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Will await authentication, ideally from a source at Hillside.
That ... "contraption" houses the stairway to the projection booth, up and down of which I've traveled several miles, over the years.Roderick Grant wrote:If you scroll to the left on that Flickr image, the first photo in the series shows a lapped board contraption on a low-riding roof on Hillside. What is that?
My guess is a housing for some sort of necessary that would not look good if exposed, but I have never been sure.
https://www.behance.net/gallery/8047895 ... OL-THEATER
It appears to be draftings made in 2019 about Hillside during the Restoration work. Super interesting.
https://www.behance.net/gallery/8414408 ... FOYER-ROOF
Always glazed in my time, but unremarkably enough so that you would seldom if ever look twice at the window. While carrying heavy cases of film (and new and old projectors) up and down those stairs, a fellow would only be grateful for the light the window provided.Roderick Grant wrote:Rood, the Flickr photos seem to indicate that the window on the end is not glazed. Is that so? The plan says "EXIST WINDOW TO REMAIN."