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From the Archive: Drive-in postcards

Once you build and outfit your drive-in, you’ll need to make sure you have keepsakes and momentos for people to buy. Here are three great postcards from the American Theatre Architecture Archive.

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ID-Coeur d'Alene-Showboat DI postcard TX-Fort Worth Belknap DI postcard TX-Handley-Pike DI postcard

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  1. Michael Everett

    I’m in my 7th summer photographing for my book project, “Vintage Movie Theaters of the American West.” Tonight I’m in Hastings, Nebraska. I started the summer with a shorter 3000 mile trip through Northern California, Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada. This one will be around 6000 miles. Most of the drive-ins I photograph are in ruins. I do all 16 Western states, mostly small towns and staying off the Interstates. I plan to drive till the wheels fall off and burn, and just for the record, I’ve done it all in my faithful ’03 Honda Accord EX!

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