Soaring Through the World

Thursday, June 14, 2012

A Photo a Day: My Daily Sustenance, Day 166

The Wysor Building was filled with offices.

 "Built in 1904 by architect Cuno Kibele, the Wysor Building was razed in 1986 after a fire damaged the structure. The archive has drawings, photographs and building specifications in its Kibele and Garrard Architectural Records Collection."  So you can see those drawings, photographs, etc. here.

Wysor Grand Theatre marquee
Spurgeon Greene Photographs Collection, Digital Media Repository, Ball State University Libraries. Copyright 2006. Ball State University. All Rights Reserved."

Wysor's name was also used as the name of a movie theater known as the 
Wysor Grand Theater. My younger brother and I watched lots of westerns at Saturday matinees here.  

1 comment:

GB said...

Ah. Childhood memories of cinemas. Wonderful - most of the time.