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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 89 (77)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 89
Page 89


1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 89

REFERENCE CREDITS THE NELSON THEATRE

Mount Jackson, Virginia

OWNER AND OPERATOR: Burgess E. Nelson.

ARCHITECT: I. R. Mime.

DECORATOR: Novelty Scenic Studios.

SEATING CAPACITY: 716.

COST OF THEATRE: $30,000.

COST OF EQUIPMENT (INCLUDING AIR CONDITIONING): $34,000.

ACOUSTICAL MATERIAL: Sabimte, by United States Gypsum Company.

AIR CONDITIONING: by Prick Company, with coils by the Trans Company.

CARPETS: Crestwood, by Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Company.

CHAIRS: by Ideal Seating Company.

CHANGEOVERS: by Weaver Manufacturing Company. COIN CHANGER: Coin-O-Meter, by Universal Stamping and Manufacturing Company. CURTAIN CONTROLS AND TRACK: by Vallen, nc.

FILM CABINETS: Neumade, by Neumade Products Corporation.

GENERATORS: Transverter, by Hertner Electric Company.

LENSES: Snapllte. by Kollmorgen Optical Corporation.

LIGHTING FIXTURES: McFadden Lighting Com pany

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

PROIECTION MACHINES: Simplex E-7, by Inter national Projector Corporation.

REWINDERS: Simplex, by International Projector Corporation.

SCREEN: Walker PM, by Walker American Corporationi

SIGN AND MARQUEE: Artkratt Sign Company.

SIGN LETTERS: Artkralt Sign Company.

SOUND: Simplex Four Star, by International Projector Corporation.

TICKET-ISBUING MACHINE: Automaticket. by General Register Corporation.









































































THE AUDITORIUM is Iinished in natural Sabinite, product at the United States Gypsum Company, with the two furrows decorated in two tones of red. All fabrics are of glass. The front curtain is green with legs of light peach. The sides of the stage setting are of a coral color. The back curtain IS a light silver blue. The decoration was planned by the owner and executed by Novelty Scenic Studios.
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 89