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When the theater opened in 1917, it was known as the Alhambra Theatre. In the 1940s, it was renamed the Coronet Theatre and twenty years later, it became the Capri. The entire structure seen here has since been demolished. Exterior of a commercial building located at 128-136 W. Main Street in Alhambra. Businesses occupying the building, left to right, Granada Beauty Shop, R.G. Field Co. real estate office, the Alhambra Theatre, a Santa Fe ticket office and an eatery. The theater marquee indicates that Mother Machree, starring Belle Bennett, and Hair Trigger Baxter, with Bob Custer, are being shown.
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00014405 Security Pacific National Bank Collection Alhambra-Theaters; N-000-512 5x7 CARL0000025025 http://22.214.171.124/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/86660
Capri Theatre (Alhambra, Calif.) Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company Motion picture theaters--California--Alhambra Marquees--California--Alhambra Stores & shops--California--Alhambra Beauty shops--California--Alhambra Restaurants--California--Alhambra Streets--California--Alhambra Lost architecture--California--Alhambra Alhambra (Calif.)