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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 94 (82)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 94
Page 94

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 94

THE LOBBY is dominated by a large display space which, while it THE INNER DOORS, unlike the outer ones, are solid. The doorman is probably could hold three different threeosheets. has the display material positioned between the center and right doors, so that he would be in restricted to less expansive art displays abetted by scene stills. The area a position to handle the traffic for either or both, although in the less is carpeted trom wall to wall and is brilliantly, illuminated all of the time. busy periods only the right-hand door would probably be in operation.

THE CANDY STAND is located in the stanoee area, on the right iust otter passing the doorman. An RECESSED DRINKING FOUNTAINS are especially etched mirror, traming the opening of the concession recess, has been designed exactly as that which decorated in a motit germane to the shore locatrarnes the display boards in the outer lobby. The candy counter is large enough to carry a great tion 01 the theatre. Absorbing materials have variety at items well displayed. Handy storage space is provided for ready access when the need arises. been used tor acoustical property in the ceiling.

A HUGE GLASS-BLOCK WINDOW takes up most 0! the space across the AT NIGHT, or an especially dull days, a quasi-daylight ettect with. the end at the standee area. A lull-width window box, planted with ever- glass-block window can be obtained by turning on the three iloodlxghts greens and other plants, add to the effect. In the afternoon, too much especially mounted outside the building. The spill trom this. light source sun light may be prevented from entering the area by closing the curtains. is also utilized in general illumination of the emergency exxt areaways.

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 94