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Texas Theater Ticket Booth
Texas Theater Ticket Booth

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Texas Theater Ticket Booth
Description: The Texas Theater, which opened in 1931 and was once part of a chain of theaters owned by Howard Hughes, is being restored to it's original Spanish Eclectic style by the Oak Cliff Foundation. Having fallen on hard times, as had the neighborhood, and suffered an electrical fire that blackened the seating area, it is set to open again as a venue for regional live theater. It is also where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested in 1963 for the murder of a president.
Keywords: Dallas, landmarks, JFK, Oak, Cliff, Peter, A., Calvin, Texas, historic, buildings, movie, theaters, restored, small, business, ticket, booth
Date: 21.09.2007 14:33
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Added by: Peter Calvin

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Object name: Texas Theater Ticket Booth
Keywords: Dallas, Dallas landmarks, JFK, Oak Cliff, Peter A. Calvin, Texas, historic buildings, landmarks, movie theaters, restored buildings, small business, ticket booth
Special instructions: Do Not Crop!
Date created: 20.06.2005
Byline: Peter A. Calvin
Byline title: Photograher
City: Dallas
State: Texas
Country: USA
Headline: Texas Theater Ticket Booth
Credit: 2007 Peter A. Calvin
Copyright Notice: 2007 Peter A. Calvin, All Rights Reserved, 14-850-1995
Caption: The Texas Theater, which opened in 1931 and was once part of a chain of theaters owned by Howard Hughes, is being restored to it's original Spanish Eclectic style by the Oak Cliff Foundation. Having fallen on hard times, as had the neighborhood, and suffered an electrical fire that blackened the seating area, it is set to open again as a venue for regional live theater. It is also where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested in 1963 for the murder of a president.
Caption writer: Peter A. Calvin

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