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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 54 (42)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 54
Page 54

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 54

THE OUTER LOBBY (above and left) is spacious with the floor of finished concrete for the hard usage that it will receive. A popcorn machine (by the Star Manufacturing Company, Inc.) is conveniently installed in association With a smart candy counter. In the event of future increases in this aspect ol operation, the lobby provides considerable possibility for expansion of the lacilities. An intercommunication system is handily placed [or convenience of the doorman.

THE PROJECTION ROOM (not shown) is equipped with Brenkert proiectors and Brenkert projection lamps, with rectiliars ot the Baldor Electric Company. Proiection lenses of the Kollmorgen Optical Corporation are used. The sound system is by the Radio Corporation oi America. Other items include changeovers, manufactured for the Brenkert Light Proiection Company: film cabinets, made by Neumade Products Corporation; and rewinders by the Golde Manufacturing Company.

THE THEATRE does not have an air-canditioning system. but the heating and ventilation plan includes a system of ducts which, in all probability could be used if conditions should contrive to make summervcooling desirable. Trane Company equipment has been used in the steamheated, forced-air system. with circular ceiling and semi-circular wall air diffusers installed to insure the proper distribution of air tempered to the comfort of patrons throughout the theatre.

THE INNER LOBBY (right and lett below) is carpeted, with cream and maroon the dominant colors. The walls and ceiling are faced with Nuwood tile, with light oak casings and moulding. At the far end oi the area are the rest rooms, finished in Trimedge plastic tile in marbles ized cream and maroon. Note the auditorium observation window at the door-man's station, and the way the glass is slanted to prevent any annoying reflections in the general seating area.


1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 54