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The Northside Cinema in Killeen

Description: The Northside Cinema in Killeen. The movies displayed on the sign are Gregory Peck in "Shoot Out", and Barbara Streisand in "The Owl and the Pussycat." The theater, located at the southwest corner of 38th St. and Rancier, closed in late 1999 and burned down a few years later.
Date: 1971
Partner: Killeen City Library System

[Temple Opera House]

Description: Photo of the Temple Opera House which was located on the corner of Avenue A and Oak Street in downtown Palestine. As per the 1898-1899 city directory, the manager was a man named W.E. Swift. The building has since been destroyed.
Date: unknown
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission

[Temple Opera House]

Description: Photo of the Temple Opera House which was located on the corner of Avenue A and Oak Street in downtown Palestine. As per the 1898-1899 city directory, the manager was a man named W.E. Swift. The building has since been destroyed.
Date: 1900~
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission

[Auditorium Interior Seating]

Description: Photograph of a fully lit, empty auditorium taken from the view of the stage. There are two levels, the main floor and the upper seating, both filled with rows of empty theater seats. The control room at the top of the theater in the back is also lit inside.
Date: January 2, 1959
Creator: Mears, Dewey G.
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Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Opera House

Description: Postcard of the Opera House in Hallettsville, Texas. The building is three stories high and stairs lead up to the arched main entrance. Two smaller buildings are on either side of the Opera House and seven men are standing outside on the street.
Date: unknown
Partner: Friench Simpson Memorial Library

The Crazy Theatre

Description: The Crazy Theater was located at 400 North Oak Avenue, on the east side of the street opposite the Crazy Hotel. The sign reads: "Week Commencing Monday June 22." The street does not appear to be paved, which dates the picture prior to 1914. Bennett's Office Supply now [2013] occupies the site of the former theater. The theater features in A. F. Weaver's "TIME WAS in Mineral Wells..." on page 17.
Date: 1914?
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library