- John Clark McCall Photographs, 1950-1972
- Roxy Theater
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- Wurlitzer organ
Organ (Musical instrument)--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
Keyboard instruments--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
Clothing and dress--Georgia
Roxy Theater (Atlanta, Ga.)
Roxy Theater (Atlanta, Ga.)--Organs
Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
- United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
United States, Georgia, Atlanta, Peachtree Street, 33.804803, -84.393633
- black-and-white photographs
- View of Clay Holbrook at the 260 special Wurlitzer pipe organ (later moved to J. B. Nethercutt's San Sylmar museum in California) in the Roxy Theater in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Keith-Albee Georgia Theater was constructed in 1926 for well over a million dollars on the site of the former Georgia Governor's mansion at 210 Peachtree Street. It seated 2,500 patrons and was originally host to various vaudeville acts, orchestral performances, and plays, as well as movies. In the 1930's the theater was renamed the Roxy. In the fall of 1938 the Roxy was refurbished in character with its original decor. The Roxy was demolished in 1972. Its Wurtlizer pipe organ was relocated to San Sylmar, a private museum in California.
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- VIS 154.03.03
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- 5 x 7 in. silver gelatin print
- Original Collection:
- John Clark McCall Photographs, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, Ga.
- Holding Institution:
- Atlanta History Center