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    • Academy of Music, around 1888

    • Academy of Music (Cleveland, Ohio); Theaters; West 6th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center
    • The Academy of Music, one of the most celebrated theaters in the country during the second half of the 19th Century. Partly destroyed by fire on 30 June 1889, it was rebuilt only to be completely destroyed by fire on 8 Sept. 1892.
    • Allen Theatre Orchestra in the Early 1920s

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Orchestras
    • The Allen Theatre Orchestra in the Early 1920s, most likely 1922. The Allen Theatre had a full Orchestra that would entertain both between films and productions and in their own right. The conductor of the orchestra at this time was Philip...
    • Inaugural Program from the Allen Theatre on April 1st, 1921

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Premieres; Programs; Playbills;
    • Inaugural Program from the Allen Theatre on April 1st, 1921. The Allen Theatre offered a full program of entertainment for its theatergoers when it opened. The program offers a mix of orchestra music, movies, and dancing, as well as other acts. ...
    • The Lady of the Allen Theatre

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Restorations; Conservation & restoration
    • The Lady of the Allen during the 1998 restoration of the Allen Theatre, part of Playhouse Square in Cleveland, Ohio.
    • Announcement for the opening of the Allen Theatre, 1921

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Premieres; Announcements; Playhouse Square Center
    • "Announcing the opening of the one of America's most exceptional theatres, The Allen, Playhouse Square's Newest, Euclid at E. Fourteenth Street, Direction Jules and J. Jay Allen. Presenting the utmost in photoplay attractions, Allen Premier Concert...
    • Danny Kaye at the 25th Anniversary of Playhouse Square

    • Anniversaries; Cakes; Kaye, Danny; Playhouse Square Center; Kaase's Bakery
    • From November of 1947 during a 25th Anniversary celebration of Playhouse Square. Danny Kaye is lighting the candles on a Cake from Kaase's Bakery. The photo itself was taken by the Vienna born and trained Master Pastry Chef from Kaase's Bakery.
    • Playhouse Square in March of 1940

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Keith Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Pirchner's Alpine Village (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Marquees
    • March of 1940, looking east on Euclid Ave. from East 17th Street in Cleveland, Ohio. On the north side of the street is the Palace and the State marquees. On the south side of Euclid Avenue is the Alpine Village.
    • Playhouse Square in 1956

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Recording Co.; Newman, Paul; WDOK (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio News...
    • Euclid Avenue in 1956. Loew's State Theatre is advertising a film by Cleveland's new dramatic star, Paul Newman. The offices of the Cleveland Recording Company, WDOK and the Ohio News Bureau Company are above the marquees.
    • Bulkley Building during Construction, 1919

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Construction; Construction industry; Gill, John & Sons Co.
    • The site of the Bulkley Building during the early days of construction, on August 28, 1919. The project Architect was Howard Crane and the construction was handled by John Gill and Sons. The building in the photo was, at the time, C.A. Selzer's...
    • Bulkley Building during construction, 1919

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Construction; Construction industry; Gill, John & Sons Co.
    • The site of the Bulkley Building during the early days of construction, on November 6, 1919. The project Architect was Howard Crane and the construction was handled by John Gill and Sons. The building in the photo was, at the time, C.A. Selzer's...
    • Cinerama at the Palace Theatre, 1958

    • Cinerama; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Marquees; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul
    • In 1956 the Palace Theatre removed 1800 seats from main floor (from Row 22 on back). 2 upper boxes (closest to stage on either side) were also removed to make room for installing the Cinerama equipment. It reopened November 14, 1956, with "This Is...
    • 1914 Cleveland Electrical Exposition

    • Cleveland Electrical Exposition; Wigmore Coliseum; Playhouse Square Center; East 13th St.; Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931
    • The Cleveland Electrical Exposition of 1914. Held at the Wigmore Coliseum, the forerunner of Public Auditorium and Cleveland's exhibition hall of the 1910s and very early 1920s. The Exposition was designed to demonstrate many practical uses of...
    • James Daugherty's Spirit of Cinema America Mural

    • Daugherty, James Henry, 1889-1974; Mural Art In Cleveland; State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Arson; Art objects; Murals
    • One of 4 murals designed to represent Africa, America, Asia and Europe. Daughterty painted the murals in 1921 and there were seen a break from the conventional style of the time. The Murals are 10 x 46 ft high and are called The Four...

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