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GRAND OPENING DAY OF THE FOX ON BROADWAY AND A TERRIFIC PIC OF THE TICKET BOOTH
The famous ticket booth in storage at the Oregon Historical Society.
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Oh, how I wish we could find a place in this city for this Grand Lady of ours to breathe once again!
Much time and anticipated excitement was spent on the sidewalks of Broadway, waiting in line, looking at lobby cards and counting our spare change just to make sure we had enough for at least TWO bags of popcorn and a soda, because, after all, it WAS a double feature!
Jim Kahn |
April 18, 2011 at 11:53 AM
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