The movie house on East Sixth was destroyed May 24th, 1950. . . The blaze broke out at about 3:45 P.M. About 75 people escaped unharmed. By time the blaze was brought under control over 100 firefighters from around the area were on hand. . . [Source: Gary Cornell's unfinished work on the History of the ELFD, Chapter 10, Major Fires.]
From a different angle.
From ground level.
The picture below shows the American Theatre in 1914. It was well decorated in red, white and blue bunting to celebrate the opening of the Lincoln Highway.
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