Thal and Jokel: 426 Saint Clair Street, Toledo, Ohio

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Thal and Jokel: 426 Saint Clair Street, Toledo, Ohio

Description

Architectural drawings of the alterations designed for the Palace Theater. These drawings are black ink on linen, and were created by the Thal and Jokel architectural firm of Toledo, Ohio. The commission number for this project is listed as #332. The drawings include floor plans of the basement, first floor, and balcony. There are also drawings of the ceiling, balcony boxes, and auditorium floor. Formally known as The Empire Theater, The Palace Theater was transformed from a vaudeville theater to a movie theater as a result of the alterations. The Palace Theater along with the neighboring Rivoli Theater were demolished in 1969.

Citation

“Thal and Jokel: 426 Saint Clair Street, Toledo, Ohio,” Toledo Lucas County Public Library, accessed September 26, 2022, https://tlcplarchitecture.omeka.net/items/show/93.

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