In 1926, this theater became the fourth and final home of the Orpheum vaudeville circuit in Los Angeles. The exterior of the 12-story building is Beaux Arts in style. As with its former home at the Palace, G. Albert Lansburgh again used a French theme for the interior. The downstairs lounge is a bit more restrained, with paneling, a mock fireplace and a Spanish tile floor.
2003 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
2001 photos from the Bob Meza collection.
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