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An evening crowd gathers under the marquee of the Hyman Theater on the southwest corner of 8th and Broadway. A lone bicycle leans on the curb in front. The theater was built by Los Angeles theatrical promoter Arthr S. Hyman, sometime after 1910 and later became the Garrick, a motion picture theater. The original facade was by the Los Angeles architect firm, Train & Williams. 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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00015346 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection L.A.-Theaters-Hyman.; C-(270) 4x5 CARL0000003861 http://22.214.171.124/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/89955
Hyman Theater (Los Angeles, Calif.) Entertainment events--California--Los Angeles Theaters--California--Los Angeles Hyman, Arthur S Downtown Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.) Broadway (Los Angeles, Calif.) Eighth Street (Los Angeles, Calif.) Train & Williams