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1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition, Page 99 (77)

1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition
1945 Theatre Catalog
1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition, Page 99
Page 99

1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition, Page 99

traffic areas with either carpeting or terrazzo. Interiorp

walls will be of decorative plaster, with plaster light troughs; while the acoustical treatment will be accomplished by theuse of fabric-covered, rock-wool blankets. i ' V

Air conditioning will be through a combination of well water, filters, coils, fans, and sheet metal ducts; with an under-floor tunnel for the re-circulation of air. It is proposed to heat the building with hot water from a natural gas hot water boiler and flowing through the same coils.

.The approximate cost without ground will be $125,000.

In design, the front elevation actually becomes a part of a long side elevation due to the peculiarities of the location. Below the marquee, an attractive result Will be accomplished with a combination of

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quee itself. is a six-line, V-shape'd type; held", above the niarquee consists entirely of terra cotta. .with a molded frieze and coping above, and a single

.marble ornament inserted. The tower at the left of ' i

the front elevation is Ornamented by artistically-dc; signed, deep-channel letters spelling out the theatre name.. . 7 t

The floor plan is such that no light can approach the screen during daytime operation.

The spacious lobby will be completely flanked on; one side (20 feet) by a large confectionery counter, with the necessary storage facilities back of the exterior display frames. In addition, there is a ladder and changeable-letter closet which can be entered from the outside.

.The menis and ladies' lounge rooms are entered from the standee area; but their rear walls provide thswee a: ctrve of th f
1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition, Page 99