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Title
Exterior view of Loew's State Theatre on the northeast corner of 12th and J Streets, which opened as the Diepenbrock in 1911. Was then the Strand Theatre in 1915 and as Loew's State Theatre in 1920. The structure burned in 1927. To the left is the Masonic building and the Native Sons of the Golden West at 11th and J Streets
Date Created and/or Issued
1921
Contributing Institution
Center for Sacramento History
Collection
Center for Sacramento History Photo Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Exterior view of Loew's State Theatre on the northeast corner of 12th and J Streets, which opened as the Diepenbrock in 1911. Was then the Strand Theatre in 1915 and as Loew's State Theatre in 1920. The structure burned in 1927. To the left is the Masonic building and the Native Sons of the Golden West at 11th and J Streets.
Type
Image
Identifier
ED4A4A52-E97A-4D95-902E-048049938794
1998/722/3272
Subject
Loew's State Theatre
Diepenbrock Theatre
Strand Theatre
Masonic Temple
Native Sons of the Golden West

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