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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 122 (111)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 122
Page 122


1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 122

OWNER: Estate of Isaac W. Baldwin. OPERATOR: Warner Bros. ARCHITECT: Victor A. Rigaumont. SEATING CAPACITY: 977.

COST OF BUILDING (including air conditioning) : $220,000.

COST OF EQUIPMENT: $60,000.

SIZE OF LOT: 53' x 163'. ACOUSTICAL MATERIAL: type MW, by George R. Hall & Sons.

AIR CONDITIONING: 60 tons, by York. CARPETS: Crestwood, by Alexander Smith & Sons Carpet Co.

CHAIRS: Chief, by Ideal Seating Co. CHANGEOVERS: Thide, by Dowser. COINCHANGER: by Brandt Automatic. CURTAIN CONTROLS & TRACK: by Automatic Devices Co.

DECORATOR: by Rambusch Decorating Co.

DISPLAY FRAMES: by Lobby Display. DRAPERIES & STAGE CURTAINS: by Charles H. Kenney Studios. GENERATORS: Robin Imperial, by J. E. Robin, Inc.

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(LENSES: by Bausch & Lomb Optical

orp.

LIGHTING FIXTURES: by Rambusch

Decorating Co.

PROJECTION LAMPS: by C. S. Ash craft Mfg. Corp.

PROJECTION MACHINES: Super

Simplex, by International Projector

Corp.

RUBBER MATS: by U. S. Rubber Co.

SCREEN: by Hurley Screen Co.

EIGN & MARQUEE: by Flexlume Sign o.

SIGN LETTERS: by Wagner Sign

Service, Inc.

SOUND: PG-240, by RCA.

SUPPLY DEALER: Continental Thea tre Accessories, Inc.

TICKET ISSUING MACHINE: Auto maticket, by General Register Corp.

TICKET CHOPPER: by Goldberg Bros.

VENDING MACHINES: by Tri-State

Automatic Vending Co.

WALL FABRICS: by Charles H. Kenney Studios.





























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VIEW OF THE AUDlTOIllUM (above lelt) lacing the rear. clearly illustrates the bleacher deck arrangement at Architect Rigaumont's design. The interior color scheme is blue and coral with modern painted details and upholstered walls of blue damask. Above right is a View at the auditorium lacing the stage. The proscenium is composed 01 parallel tubing not unlike the pipes at an organ. On the side. right. is a view ol one ol the lobby stair-ways leading to the bleacher deck. And below. right. is a view at the theatre lront at night with the Strand's unique illumination in evidence.











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