“F. &. R. Move Against Invasion”

Artifact Type Sources, Trade Journals
Publication The Film Daily
Volume XLI
Number 27
Page Number 2
Place New York, NY
Publication Date August 2, 1927
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Headline: “F. &. R. Move Against Invasion”

Minneapolis — With a permit for an 800-seat theater at 3020 Hennepin Ave., granted to William Berg, Northwest Theaters (Finkelstein & Ruben) plans to reconvert the Calhoun Terrace, nearby ballroom, into a theater, seating 1,300. The move may forestall erection of the house by Berg, who would be “sandwiched” between the Calhoun Terrace and Lagoon.

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Citation “F. &. R. Move Against Invasion,” The Film Daily, August 2, 1927.
Location MinneapolisMinnesota
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