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Howard E. Jones, Lewis Arthur Smith

Smith was well-known in Southern California for his many movie theatres designed in the 1920s; he died in 1925, during the height of the movie theatre building boom in Southern California;

PCAD id: 579


NameDateCityState
Bard's 8th Street Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1925Los AngelesCA
Bard's Hollywood Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1923Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Bard's Pasadena Theatre, Pasadena, CA1925PasadenaCA
Bard's West Adams Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1924-1925Los AngelesCA
Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA1924-1925Beverly HillsCA
Carmel Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1924-1924Los AngelesCA
Casino Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1921Los AngelesCA
Circle Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1921Los AngelesCA
D'Arche, Jessie, Apartments, 1155 West 27th Street Building, North University Park, Los Angeles, CA1920Los AngelesCA
D'Arche, Jessie, Apartments, 1157 West 27th Street Building, North University Park, Los Angeles, CA1920Los AngelesCA
El Portal Theatre, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926Los AngelesCA
Fox Theatres Corporation, Fox Uptown Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1924-1925Los AngelesCA
Fox West Coast Theatres Corporation, West Coast Riverside Theatre, Riverside, CA1928-1929RiversideCA
Highland Theatre, Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA1925Los AngelesCA
Lilly-Fletcher Building, Los Angeles, CA1921Los AngelesCA
Manchester Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1924-1925Los AngelesCA
Paige Agency Auto Dealership, Los Angeles, CA1924Los AngelesCA
Rialto Theatre, South Pasadena, CA1924-1925South PasadenaCA
Rivoli Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1921-1922Los AngelesCA
Tivoli Theatre #4, Los Angeles, CA1921Los AngelesCA
Tivoli Theatre, Sawtelle, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Tower Theatre, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1925-1927Los AngelesCA
West Adams Gardens, Los Angeles, CA1920Los AngelesCA
West Coast Theatres Corporation, West Coast Redlands Theatre, Redlands, CA1927-1928RedlandsCA
West Coast Theatres Corporation, West Coast Theatre, San Bernardino, CA1924-1925San BernardinoCA
Wilshire Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1921Los AngelesCA
Naylor, David, American Picture Palaces The Architecture of Fantasy, 219, 1981. Naylor, David, American Picture Palaces The Architecture of Fantasy, 190-191, 212-213, 217, 1981. "Manchester Theatre - Century Theatre price policies", Daily Variety, 13, col. 4, 10/19/1943. "Theater for West Adams", Los Angeles Examiner, part IV: 7, 2/15/1925. "By-bye porn house; Los Feliz area theater switches to revival policy", Los Angeles Herald Examiner, B: 1-2, 8/2/1980. "Film archivist fights to preserve Vista ", Los Angeles Reader, pt I: 3, 6/21/1985. "Crown city showhouse is planned", Los Angeles Times, part V: 12, 3/16/1924. "West Coast to spend big sum in showhouses", Los Angeles Times, 1, 02/22/1925. "To build new film theatre", Los Angeles Times, 5, 06/19/1921. "Bush Terminal Plans to Be Revised", Los Angeles Times, D2, 01/05/1930. "New theatre underway", Los Angeles Times, part V: 2, 2/1/1925. "Another link in chain of local Bard theaters", Los Angeles Times, part V: 10, 5/23/1924. "Theatres of Los Angeles including Hollywood and more.", Marquee, 30: 1, 4-29, 1998. "Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA, article 2", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 55, col 2, 05/16/1924. "Rivoli Theatre, Los Angeles, notice", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 16, col 3, 1921-06-24. "Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA, article", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 54, col. 1, 02/29/1924. "Plans for West Coast Theatre, San Bernardino", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 52, col. 1, 09/12/1924. "Tivoli Theatre Notice", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 14, col. 3, 08/26/1921. "Wilshire Theatre Article #2", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 16, col 3, 4/22/1921. "Bard's Pasadena Theatre article", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 57, col .3, 11/21/1924. "Bard's Theatre, Pasadena Description", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 54, col. 3, 2/29/1924. "Plans for the Manchester Theater, Los Angeles", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 54, col. 2, 12/19/1924. "Manchester Theatre Plans, Los Angeles", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 51, col. 2, 9/26/1924. "Bard's West Adams Theatre construction", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 55, col. 1, 1/30/1925. "Bard's West Adams Theatre Gable and Wyant", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 47, col. 3, 3/14/1924. "Casino Theatre Notice", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 20, col 3, 6/17/1921. "Rivoli Theatre, Los Angeles, notice #2", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 30, col 3, "Tivoli Theatre #4 notice", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 14, col 3, 8/26/1921. "Wilshire Theatre Article", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 11, col 3, 3/4/1921. "Highland Theatre Notice #2", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 56, col 1, 7/11/1924. "Lilly - Fletcher Building, Los Angeles", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 13, col 2, 4/1/1921. "Smith, L.A., moves office", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 46, col 2, 11/13/1925. "Picture Palace Splendor", Westways, 63: 11, 50, 11/1971.