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Landmark Theatre/Syracuse, NY

The Post Standard (Syracuse, NY)

September 7, 2010 Tuesday

FINAL EDITION/ OPINION; Pg. A13

LANDMARK RENOVATION A FITTING TRIBUTE

On behalf of the officers, directors and members of the Theatre Historical Society of America, I extend congratulations to the Landmark Theatre on its upcoming renovation project.

Syracuse once boasted numerous glamorous, exciting palaces dedicated to the elegant experience of motion pictures. Sadly, today, Syracuse is left with only one remaining such palace, but what a grand and glorious example it is!

The people of Syracuse are indebted to those early visionaries who took a stand against demolition and neglect and preserved this wonderful theater for future generations. It is a fitting tribute to their tenacity that today’s stewards are continuing to care for and protect the Loew’s State.

Bravo to the Syracuse Area Landmark Theatre group, the city of Syracuse and all the faithful friends and patrons of the Loew’s State/Landmark Theatre. Your foresight will ensure a great future for one of the all-time great movie palaces of America!

Karen Colizzi Noonan

President, Theatre Historical Society of America

Elmhurst, Ill.

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Landmark Theatre/Syracuse, NY

The Post Standard (Syracuse, NY)

September 7, 2010 Tuesday

FINAL EDITION/ OPINION; Pg. A13

LANDMARK RENOVATION A FITTING TRIBUTE

On behalf of the officers, directors and members of the Theatre Historical Society of America, I extend congratulations to the Landmark Theatre on its upcoming renovation project.

Syracuse once boasted numerous glamorous, exciting palaces dedicated to the elegant experience of motion pictures. Sadly, today, Syracuse is left with only one remaining such palace, but what a grand and glorious example it is!

The people of Syracuse are indebted to those early visionaries who took a stand against demolition and neglect and preserved this wonderful theater for future generations. It is a fitting tribute to their tenacity that today’s stewards are continuing to care for and protect the Loew’s State.

Bravo to the Syracuse Area Landmark Theatre group, the city of Syracuse and all the faithful friends and patrons of the Loew’s State/Landmark Theatre. Your foresight will ensure a great future for one of the all-time great movie palaces of America!

Karen Colizzi Noonan

President, Theatre Historical Society of America

Elmhurst, Ill.

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