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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 52 (40)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 52
Page 52

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 52

THE PROJECTION ROOM ot the Hamilton Theatre (Ieit) is spacious, allows tor ample room around all the various items of equipment, including the amplifier racks and the record player. The rewmd room (right), also with plenty of room in which to work, is equipped With both hand and automatic rewinders. As is generally recommended, this room is equipped with a port from which the screen may be watched.

THE PLAN 01 the auditorium shows the efficient portico and lobby 01 the theatre between them. layout of the theatre, with the ladies' anteroom The boiler room is located at the rear 01 the and toilet oft one side of the promenade and the building in what is virtually a separate struc men's anteroom and toilet oft the other, and the ture, with an entrance to it only Item the outside.

THE HEATING AND VENTILATING SYSTEM involves an oil-tired boiler (left) and fans (right). At present the theatre is not equipped with air-conditioning, although very probably it could be installed quite easily at a later date. The boiler room, as will be noticed from the floor plan, is located at the back of the auditorium and at the right of the screen, but with entrance only trom outside the building.



Hamilton Township. New Jersey

OWNER AND OPERATOR: Trenton-New Erunswwk Theatre Company.

ARCHITECT: William I. Hohauser.

SEATING CAPACITY: 1,000, on one floor.



GENERAL CONTRACTOR: H. D. Best McCatirey Company.


PLUMBING: William F. Hindley.

ELECTRICAL WORK: F. J, Carr and Son.

LANDSCAPING: Ribsam Nurseries.

CARPETS: Crestwood, by Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Company, through Greater New York Carpet House, Inc.

CHAIRS: Bodilorm, by American Seating Company.

CHANGEOVERS: Thide, 'by Dowser Manulacturing Company.

CURTAIN CONTROLS AND TRACK: ADC, by Automatic Devices Company.

DIRECTIONAL SIGNS: by Charles I. Winston and Company, Inc.

FILM CABINETS: Neumade, by Neumade Products Corporation,

GENIERATORS: Robin-Imperial, by I. E. Robin, nc.

HEATING AND VENTILATING: Bailer, by POCiiic Steel Boiler Corporation; Esso oil heater, for the Standard Oil Company (New Jersey); Ian, by New York Blower Company.

LENSES: Super Cinephor, l/Z.0, Balcote'surfaced, by Bausch and Lamb Optical Company.

LIGHTING FIXTURES: Downliqhtinq, by Klieql Brothers; special lixtures, by Charles J. Winston and Company, Inc.

PROJECTION LAMPS: Peerless Magnarc, by I. E. McAuley Manufacturing Company.

PROJECTION MACHINES: Super Simplex, by International Projector Corporation.

REWINDERS: Hand, by Neumade Products Corporation: automatic, by Goldberg Brothers.

RUBBER MATS: by Hamilton Rubber Company.

SCREEN: Hurley WS-lS, by Hurley Screen Com pany.

SOUND: Photophone, PG l40-A, by Radio Corporation at America.

SUPPLY DEALERS: National Theatre Supply Division of National-Simplex-Bludworth, Inc, and Joe Hornstein, Inc.
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