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FOX THEATER print Detroit FOX THEATRE photo
FOX THEATER print Detroit FOX THEATRE photo
Photo #64
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by Jan Kaulins


FOX THEATER DETROIT photo picture photography art print for sale. FOX THEATER DETROIT art pictures photo art prints for sale: This brilliant color Detroit Fox Theatre photo is made from an original BLACK AND WHITE HAND-COLORED photo. This Detroit landmark Fox Theater building was designed by architect C. Howard Crane. It was built in 1928. A few years ago the Detroit Fox Theatre was totally renovated and became the cornerstone for the rebirth of downtown Detroit Michigan and the Detroit theatre and entertainment district. The Detroit Fox Theatre has the distinction of being the largest continually operating theatre in the country, and is certainly a Detroit treasure. In the photo we see pictured on the marquee "Elvis- The Concert". The venue of the historic Detroit Fox Theatre ranges broadly from live musicals and magic performances to movies and musical performances.

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