THIS ATLANTA FOX THEATRE SITE, BETTER THAN WIKIPEDIA WAS CREATED BY BOB FOREMAN III IN THE 1970S. CONTACT BOB AT LOVETHATBOB@AOL.COM.

660 PEACHTREE STREET, EARLY 1930, MOTION PICTURE WORLD, MARCH, 1930.


NEWSPAPER CLIP-ART SLICK, CIRCA 1970, FROM ABC-SOUTHEASTERN THEATRES; ROXY (nee GEORGIA) DEMOLISHED IN EARLY 70'S; THE OTHER TWO LUCAS & JENKINS DOWNTOWN HOUSES, THE PARAMOUNT (nee HOWARD) AND THE CAPITOL WERE DEMOLISHED RESPECTIVELY IN THE 60'S AND LATE 40's. THE CAPITOL BUILDING STILL STANDS AS PART OF THE FORMER DAVISON'S DEPARTMENT STORE.

TWO EARLY POSTCARDS OF THE FOX-- TOP, AN ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING, SHOWING A DIFFERENT PEACHTREE STREET TREATMENT AND NO VERTICAL SIGN POSSIBLY THE THEATRE ENTRY WAS ON PONCE, THROUGH WHAT IS NOW THE VERY ELABORATE MAIN FOYER EXIT VESTIBULE; BOTTOM, AS BUILT.