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The Burbank Theatre was built by Dr. David Burbank in 1893. Dr. Burbank purchased Rancho Providencia in 1867 from David W. Alexander. In 1871 he ob…

Inside LA STAGE History: The Burbank Theatre

Some photos of the Burbank Theatre at various stages in its existence (in 1937 the building received an art deco streamlined facade):

David and his wife Clara were owners of one of the largest and most successful sheep ranches in Southern California. They built their ...

Dr. David Burbank, 1885

Dr. Burbank and his son built the Burbank Villa for the land company.

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The Burbank Theatre was built by Dr. David Burbank in 1893. Dr. Burbank purchased Rancho Providencia in 1867 from David W. Alexander. In 1871 he ob…

The Burbank Theatre was built by Dr. David Burbank in 1893. Dr. Burbank purchased Rancho Providencia in 1867 from David W. Alexander. In 1871 he ob…

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There is also a time capsule buried in the park for the people of 2060 to open ! Learning about the history of Burbank ...

The Foyer, Grand Opening Issue, November 27, 1893. [PN2000 .B9

He practiced dentistry at Waterville, Maine until 1853 when he moved west to San Francisco and set up a successful dental practice. In 1866 Dr. Burbank left ...

Some photos of the Burbank Theatre at various stages in its existence (in 1937 the building received an art deco streamlined facade):

With the money Dr. Burbank had amassed both from his career and sales of his land, he opened the Burbank Theatre in 1893, in downtown Los Angeles.

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Cover and pages two and three of Ranchos de Los Santos: The Story of Burbank

Some photos of the Burbank Theatre at various stages in its existence (in 1937 the building received an art deco streamlined facade):

Oliver Morosco in front of the Burbank's entrance. It's a photo from the November 1913 issue of Theatre Magazine.

Disney Studios - Burbank, CA

Some photos of the Burbank Theatre at various stages in its existence (in 1937 the building received an art deco streamlined facade):

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Dr. David Burbank, 1850 :: San Fernando Valley History-The Providencia Land

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Olive Avenue in Burbank, 1889

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An uncredited c.1903 look south toward the Pacific Electric Building at 6th & Main. That brick facade on the lower left is the Burbank Theatre.

Cornell Theatre In Burbank where I spent many Saturday afternoons.

Burbank 1922

Bea Bea's in Burbank, ...

A look north on Main St. from 6th with the Art Theatre on the left and the Burbank on the right. full size view | on FB/LATheatres

A view of the facade from "Crimson Kimono" (1959). The Burbank Theatre makes an appearance early in. Samuel Fuller's Columbia Pictures epic.

A great show at the Burbank: "Wild Wooly Beaver - The Best in Town." At least we get a nice look at the theatre's later moderne facade.

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The Foyer, issue of the Burbank Theater program, July 1895. [PN2000 .

Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center Burbank 1

Have you ever noticed the bust in the Central Library's courtyard? It's David Burbank!

Cover of pamphlet produced by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce, circa 1932.

Burbank United Airport

Centerfold map produced by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce, circa 1932.

Oliver Morosco

Vintage clothing shops in the Magnolia Park area of Burbank.

Webb's Department Store Glendale, CA. Many hours spent shopping there. Independent Dept. stores were the best. | Pasadena Ca | Pinterest

Parking meter enforcement in Burbank, circa 1960. (LAPL 00109864) Bizarre Los Angeles

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A great 50s view looking north on Main Street toward 5th. The Burbank Theatre (with the "Follies" vertical) is on the right.

Burbank City Hall

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In the 1960 phone book the Burbank was still listed as the New Follies Theatre.

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In the USC archives is this 1907 view is looking down on the Burbank Theatre from the Pacific Electric Building. Note the "Morosco" signage on the side of ...

(1910s)* - Five early model cars are seen parked in front of the Burbank Theatre located at 548 S. Main Street.

B is for Burbank

Via Torino Burbank, CA 91504

The Regent Theatre -- the last remaining historic movie theatre on Main St.

Burbank Fire Station 12 and engine 2015-01-25

Pendersleigh & Sons Cartography's map of the San Fernando Valley

Burbank media district along SR 134 2015-01-11

Glendale Fire Department truck in Burbank 2015-01-19

The Starlight Bowl

Burlesque star tempest Storm under the marquee at the Burbank Theatre.

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A 1945 ad for "The Amazon Yolanda" at the. Burbank. Ken McIntyre dug it out for his. Photos of Los Angeles Facebook page. full size view | on Photos of LA

Hollywood Burbank Airport - Passenger drop-off zone

Old Adobe and Well at Casa Verdugo, Burbank, California, Circa 1910-1917

Burbank Empire Center

Burbank as envisioned by Providencia Land, Water & Development Co.

Downtown Burbank train station.

Burbank City Hall

Griffith Park - Girls eating in the mess hall of Griffith Park Girls' Camp,

Burbank, California Beautiful Landscapes of Burbank, California

Burbank, California Beautiful Landscapes of Burbank, California

B'hend and Kaufmann Archives

Orpheum - Lyceum Theatre (2nd Home of the Orpheum Circuit

Olive Ave, Burbank, 1889

A B'hend-Kaufmann Collection photo of the. Picture Theatre in 1910 appearing on page 227 of "Los Angeles Before Hollywood." "A Race Track Tout's

Hollywood Burbank Airport - USGS 2006 orthophoto

The Walt Disney Studios in an aerial photo from 1999

Griffith Park - Aftermath of the 2007 fire. Both visible and infra-red wavelengths

Ken McIntyre found it in the Huntington Library collection. We're looking at the Main St. side of the theatre. Around

(1920)* - Exterior view of the Lyceum Theatre, the original Los Angeles Theater, which opened in 1888 and located at 227 South Spring Street.

1930)* - Looking south down Spring Street near 3rd Street (left, with cluster of cars), showing various structures, including the Douglas Building (left of ...

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1888)^ - View looking at the northwest corner of 2nd and Spring streets showing the newly built Bryson-Bonebrake Block. On the left is the Hollenbeck Block ...

Lockheed P-38 Lightning production line in Burbank. The site is now location of Burbank Empire Center.