A piece of movie theater history as we look back at the theaters that once were, and some that still are.
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Documents & Information
- Milwaukee Movie History - provided by Larry Widen
- "A century at the movies - Milwaukee theater whetted appetites of filmgoers" - JSOnline article written by Larry Widen (link to web page not available)
- "Ghosts of the Garfield" - JSOnline article written by Larry Widen (link to web page not available)
Related Web Sites
Theatre Historical Society of America
The Theatre Historical Society of America is dedicated to documenting the rich heritage of historic theatres in the United States -- from 19th century opera houses, early nickelodeons, small town and neighborhood theatres, to ornate movie palaces, drive-ins, and even early multiplexes.
Wisconsin Historical Society
If you are interested in historical Wisconsin references, photos, and other information, this may be a valuable resource for you.
A database devoted to gathering information about movie theater preservation and awareness The site welcomes information from site visitors and often contains photos and details about historical theaters.
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