The History of SonLight


Southwest Builder & Contractor

April 25, 1924, Page 53, Col 1

Harry Z. Adams, Orange, is having plans prepared by Stanley J. Symmons for a theater to be erected at southwest corner of Glassell St and Maple Ave, Orange, for himself; the theater has been leased to West Coast Theaters, Inc.  It will have a seating capacity of about 1800 and there will be a large lobby, foyer and 2 stores...$125,000.  The lessee will do the interior decorating for the theater and will install the $15,000 pipe organ.

May 2, 1924, Page 56, Col 2

Harry J. Simons...has completed plans for a Class C theater building to be erected at the corner of Glassell Street and maple Avenue, Orange, for Harry Z. Adams, Orange; it will have a seating capacity of 1300 with main floor and balcony...and there will also be 2 stores.  Cost $125,000.  The theaters, Inc. who will install a $15,000 pipe organ and spend about $30,000 on interior decorating.


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