Peery's Egyptian Theater

Peery's Egyptian Theater



After fire ravaged the Arlington Hotel on Ogden’s main boulevard, Harman W. and Louis H. Peery, sons of deceased pioneer businessman David H. Peery, set about to replace the rubble with a movie palace that would be "The Showplace of the West." Local architects were commissioned to take on the design task. They visited the newest and trendiest West Coast theatres. Swayed by the King Tut-mania of the time the duo soon had Peery’s Egyptian down on blueprints. Peery’s new 1,200-seat show house was

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