Fox Theater

Marye, Alger and Vinour
1929



Views from the northeast and southeast

This movie theater is in the grand tradition of showplace grand movie palaces. Designed originally as a temple for the Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine, it was taken over by William Fox when the project had economic problems (Gournay 99).
The Moorish design is evident in the minarets, onion dome, shapes of doors and windows, lattice work, and decorative patterns.
 

Views of the entrance and marquee

 

The south side and onion dome

 
 

The southwest corner

 

A blind arcade detail



Work Cited: Text by Isabelle Gournay. AIA Guide to the Architecture of Atlanta. Athens and London: U of GA P, 1993.

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