The beautifully maintained West Side Theatre, Newman, CA. Opened in 1940.
The Crest Theatre, Sacramento, CA. Built in the shell of the old Hippodrome Theatre in 1948 and opened in 1949. Still a beautiful gem shining in Sac.
Art deco justice.
Fireworks over Donner Lake.
The Portola Fire Station
First Presbyterian Church of Portland
Lincoln United Methodist Church, Lincoln, CA, built in 1890.
Saint John's Episcopal Church, Marysville, CA. This room contains the windows from the original 1854 building, but this building was built in 1942.
St. Joseph Catholic Church, Mayrsville, CA. Built in 1855.
Saint John's Episcopal Church, Marysville, CA. This window is from the "Ghirardelli Hall"section of the church. Apparently, same same guy who invented the chocolate was also a pastor here and his daughter continued to fund the church.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Red Bluff, CA, opened in 1906.
The State Theatre, Red Bluff, CA. Opened in 1944.
Old Saint Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco, CA. Built in 1854 and once the tallest building in the city.
You will be assimilated to our way of thinking. Resistance is futile.
Marysville United Methodist Church, built in 1927.
Saint John's Episcopal Church, Marysville, CA. This window is from the original 1854 building, but the building itself was built in 1942.
The Nickelodeon (or The Nick), Santa Cruz, CA. Opened in 1969.
The Rogue Theatre, Grants Pass, OR. Opened in 1938 and still serves as a live performance theater.
The Mission Theater, Portland, OR. The building was constructed in 1912 and served as a church. It was opened as a theater (and appropriately named) in 1987.
The Rheem Theatre, Moraga, CA. Opened in 1957.
The Roslyn Theater, Roslyn, WA. This theater was converted from an out of business mortuary. Located in the same town that "Northern Exposure" was filmed in.
The Guild Theater, Sacramento, CA. Opened in 1915 as the Victor Theatre, it became the "New Oak Park Theatre" in 1931, and then the Guild Theater in 1951.
The Auburn Avenue Theater, Auburn, WA. The building itself was built circa 1900 as a carriage station, then used as a bus station before converting to a theater.
The Alameda Theatre, Alameda, CA. Opened in 1932.