WyoMovies ® Studio Rewards Cards are welcome. Empress Theatre, Second Street, 1913. The theatre had 850 seats icluding 432 on the parquet and dress circle, thirty-two boxseats and 204 reserved balcony seats in addition to general admission. Discover, Mastercard and Visa accepted. The Fox fell on hard times. The studio is still in business, operated by the fourth generation of the same family. Music this page: Take Your Girlie to the Movies.
Admission required for children under age 2 if they occupy a seat. Those entering the theatre were required to wear hazardous material suits. Studio City® features 10 auditoriums with luxury electric recliners and wall-to-wall screens. An asbestos curtain could be dropped in th event of a fire to further separate the stage from the auditorium. Svenson Located on Second Street, north of Ivenson Aveune was the Empress Theatre, Laramie's first movie palace. Other early movie theatres in Laramie included Root's Opera House and the American Theatre. Take your lessons at the movies, And have love scenes of your own; When the pictures over and it's time to leave, Don't forget to brush the powder off your sleeve; Take your girlie to the movies, If you can't make love at home.
From Wyoming Tales and Trails This Page: Second Street, Fox Theatre. In addition to studio photographs he made a number of photos in the 1920's documenting Laramie and its area. The contractor for the construction of the theatre was the W. During the days of silent movies, the theatre featured its own orchestra to provide additional thrills to the action upon the screen. A five-piece orchestra provided musical background for the movies. Take your lessons at the movies, And have love scenes of your own; Tho she's just a simple little ribbon clerk, Close your eyes and think you're kissing Billie Burke; Take your girlie to the movies, If you can't make love at home.
Take your girlie to the movies, If you can't make love at home; Pick a cozy corner where it's nice and dark, Don't catch influenza, kissing in the park. The interior was done in shades of tan and brown. Congratulatory telegrams arrived from the manager of the Capitol Aveune and Atlas Theatres in Cheyenne. Take your girlie to the movies, If you can't make love at home; There's not little brother there who always squeals, You can say an awful lot in the seven reels. Second Street, looking north toward the Empress Theatre, undated. Admission was higher than the other two theatres: twenty-five cents to the auditorium and fifteen cents to the balcony. .
The pigeon droppings on the auditorium floor were a foot and a half deep. Root's Opera House was ten cents. Children are charged adult prices for R-rated programs. Empress Theatre, Second Street, undated. Laramie Historic Photos, Second Street continued -- Wyoming Tales and Trails L aramie P hotos Continued from previous page. Throughout the summer of 1912 the Boomerang gave weekly updates on the progress of construction.
The building on the right where the Cowboy Saloon is now located is Steve Frazier's garage. Empress Theatre, Second Street, undated. During the 1918 influenza scare, all theatres and soda fountains were temporarily closed. But the Empress was a true palace. On the mighty Hammond, courtesy of Horse Creek Cowboy Beatrice Fairfax gives advice, To anyone in love; That's why Johnny Gray, Wrote to her one day; 'When I call to love my girl, Her folks are always there; That's why I'm blue, What shall I do? In June the boomerang reassured its readers that the latest fire protection methods were being utilized. In the fall of 2009, the City completed demolition of the building.
Svenson 2nd Street, photo by H. In addition to photography, Svenson was a beekeeper, gardener and raised Belgian hares. Svenson came to the United States from Germany in 1903 and joined his brother John Henning in Omaha in 1905. The American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming maintains over 20,000 negatives of photographs taken by the family. Albany National Bank of Laramie, 2nd Street, approx.
The scenery shipped in from Denver was installed. The second building to the right of the theatre with the automobile parked in front is Steve Frazier's Garage. The grand piano was tuned. Closed captioning and visual narration available for most programs. In 1905, he opened a photography studio in Laramie. The cast of the opening performance arrived by Pullman.