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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 163 (129)

1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition
1952 Theatre Catalog
1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 163
Page 163

1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 163

COMPLETING THE PLANS, here is the auditorium of Dipson's Palace. lamestown. N. Y., and the new modern lobby illustrated in the sketches.

tions of glass in the front and marquee. While this theatre was designed before government restrictions went into effect, the project was completed principally with materials which were free from controls.

To benefit by past experience is to assure continuing progress. Should any

VARIOUS GLASS PRODUCTS. terra cotterl and neon lighting, all unrestricted, combined in a dramatic front at the Paramount, Rochester, N. Y.

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future eventuality again limit or shut off completely the supplies of materials once regarded as essential to theatre remodeling, it would be well to consider what can be done with the wide variety of abundant products which have been used with notable success to achieve the results illustrated on these pages.

ALMOST UNBELIEVABLY beautiful effects resulted from the imaginative use of cast plaster units, light, and paint, in the old high lobby.

SIMPLE YET EFFECTIVE conversion of the old Lowville, N. V.. town hall produced a beautiful,

modern theatre without using precious metals.

Rather than give up in dismay when adversity threatens, it is the wise theatreman who is willing to explore new possibilities in improving his house, and the resourceful designer who can work wonders with the vast wealth of unrestricted materials on hand in any type of remodeling project.

THE EYE-ARRESTING quality 0! this stairway in the Paramount could hardly be improved upon even it many restricted materials were used.
1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 163