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Lyceum Theater in Peoria, Illinois.
Lyceum Theater in Peoria, Illinois.
TitleLyceum Theater in Peoria, Illinois.
SubjectTheaters
Automobiles
Marquees
Canopies
Signs (Notices)
DescriptionIn 1911, Felix Greenberg and Charles Nathan rebuilt the old Pete Weast theater into the Lyceum theater. It was a silent motion picture theater that ran until 1930. Its address was 328 Fulton St. The two story building has a marquee with many signs around the outside, and one of them reads: "the Shopper's Theater." There is an automobile parked outside the building. This image can be found in Ray Brian's Pictorial History of Peoria Amusements, Book Two.
CreatorRay Brian
PublisherBradley University Library
DateCa. 1911
TypeImage
Format35mm slide
SourceImage PHS-P44 in the Peoria Historical Society Image Collection, Bradley University Library, Special Collections Center
RightsThis resource is provided for educational purposes only. Copyright to these images is held by the Peoria Historical Society or other persons/entities; images may not be downloaded, reproduced, or distributed in any format without written permission. Any attempt to download, copy in any manner, and/or circumvent the access controls placed on these files is a violation of United States and international copyright laws and is subject to criminal prosecution. For more information, contact the Special Collections Center of the Bradley University Library (309) 677-2822 frey@bradley.edu.
CollectionPeoria Historical Society Image Collection (Bradley University)
IdentifierPHS-P0044
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