THE NEW GRAND THEATRE, TRULY GRAND
The Grand Theatre, located at 6th and Walnut Streets, the finset motion picture theatre owned by Negroes in the South, has thrown open its doors to the public. This house will feature high class pictures and first class music by Brown's Grand Theatre Orchestra. Air changed every three minutes by modern machinery assures comfort to the patrons. The picture machines are of the most improved modern type producing screen effects restful to the eye. The inner lobby, the stately auditorium with its beautifully painted walls and rich hangings make the house a "thing of beauty and joy forever."
There is absolutely no excuse for self respecting Negroes to climb the tiresome steps to the roof of white theatres rather than patronize their own high class motion picture house. Louisville Negroes should take pride in the fact that they have now the finest picture house owned by Negroes in the conntry.
The admissions are popular prices, 15,20, and 25 cents.
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