The old Chestnut Street Theater. Several billboards on the street advertise shows at the theater. There are gaslamps on the sidewalk in front of the theater, and the street in front of it appears to be unpaved dirt.
Three workmen stand on what was once the main stage of the Earle Theater. The walls are still in place but the roof appears to be gone. In the opper right of the picture, two columns and a theater box can still be seen.
Architectural concept drawing showing the facade of the Midway theater. The building is in art-deco style. The marquee is elaborate, with three tiers. Above this is a tower crowned with a powerful light. This drawing depicts the theater at...
Charles Evans looks at the Keystone Theater across the Street from him. The marquee advertises the wrecking company soon to tear the theater down. "Don't miss our final feature, 'Demolition.' by Cleveland Wrecking Company."
The lobby of the Fox Theater, in its incarnation as a movie theater. The walls are mostly mirror, and two chandeliers hang from the ornate ceiling. A poster on the opposite wall from the camera advertises the first Star Trek film.
The facade of the theater, focusing on the billboards on the first and second floors. The theater appears to be reffered to as "Kieth's" in addition to "The Chestnut." The billboards advertise "The Irresistable Cyclonic Comedienne Eva Tanguay."