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Automobiles, streetcars and pedestrians are busy at the intersection of 8th and Broadway. A stop sign hangs from overhead cables. A horse-drawn wagon is loaded with boxes in front of the Garrick Theatre. "Mighty Like a Rose" is the billing. Originally called the Hyman Theatre, it was built by Los Angeles theatrical promoter, Arthr S. Hyman, sometime after 1910. In 1921 it was remodeled to a design by architect George Edwin Bergstrom. The building was replaced by the Tower Theater in 1927.
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00067235 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection L.A.-Streets-Broadway; S-000-480 8x10 CARL0000071117 http://22.214.171.124/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/106622
Garrick Theater (Los Angeles, Calif.) Stores & shops--California--Los Angeles Commercial buildings--California--Los Angeles Streets--California--Los Angeles Motion picture theaters--California--Los Angeles Central business districts--California--Los Angeles Cityscape photographs Bergstrom, G. E.(George Edwin),1876-1955 Downtown Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.) Broadway (Los Angeles, Calif.)