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Still Time to help fund Carl Weese's very  Important Photography Project.

Carl Weese photographs drive-in theaters and created a Kickstarter project to help him take a photographic road trip this summer.

The Chief Drive-In Theatre was opened in 1953 and to distinguish itself from the adjacent Corral Drive-In, installed a bright neon tube and porcelain sign. The highly visible Topeka Landmark sign served the Drive-In for 30 years before the theater closed in 1982. When a new shopping center was being built in 1995 on a nearby property, the sign was saved, moved and restored by Wal-Mart. The sign is a visual reminder of how creative and colorful outdoor advertising and signage once was.

The Chief Drive-In Theatre (Topeka , KS) So glad Wal-Mart kept the marquee when they bought the Drive-in property!

The first drive in movie theater 1933.... EPIC

celebrating the opening of the first drive-in movie theater June We still have 2 operating drive-ins within a 50 mile radius!

A Brief History of Drive-In Movie Theatres | Entertainment | Learnist

Going Attractions: The Definitive Story of the American Drive-in Movie Once a vibrant part of American culture, drive-ins reached their peak in the late with almost dotting the nat…

Farewell to John Margolies, who glorified the diners and motels of roadside America and left us 13,000 photos - San Pedro Drive-in Theatre, San Pedro, 1979.

Farewell to John Margolies, who glorified the diners and motels of roadside America and left us 13,000 photos

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