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J. H. Green & Company Building, 202 High Avenue West, Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, IA



B&W Photos

HB416149
North Front

HB416150
East Side And North Front

HB416151
Interior, Detail Of Plasterwork On West Wall Of Auditorium Balcony

HB416152
Interior, Detail Of Plasterwork On Ceiling

HB416153
Interior, Plasterwork On Ceiling

HB416154
Interior, Detail Of Plasterwork Near Stage, Above Exit Doors

HB416155
Interior, Detail Of Plasterwork

HB416156
Auditorium, Looking South

HB416157
Basement Plan

HB416158
Basement Plan With Mechanical Systems Indicated

HB416159
First-floor Plan With Floor Finishes

HB416160
First-floor Plan With Electrical System

HB416161
Mezzanine-floor Plan

HB416162
Mezzanine-floor Plan With Electrical System

HB416163
Half Plan Of Balcony, Half Plan Of Main Ceiling

HB416164
Longitudinal Section

HB416165
Revised Part Of Longitudinal Section

HB416166
Fan Room And Roof Plan, Mezzanine-floor Plan

HB416167
Front Elevation And Details

HB416168
East Elevation

HB416169
Interior Details, Including Elevation Of Proscenium

HB416170
Structural Details


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Item Title


Location
202 High Avenue West, Oskaloosa, IA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS IA-167
Building/structure dates: 1874 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1984 demolished
Significance: The Rivola Theatre is a significant example of an early movie house. The building possesses architectural merit, exemplified by the bracketed tin cornice, tripartite arched windows, pedimented side windows, and use of ornamental quoins.

Subjects
Offices
Theaters
Warehouses


Related Names
Green, John H.
Terrell, George J.
Thomas, Peter L.


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. NORTH FRONT
2. EAST SIDE AND NORTH FRONT
3. INTERIOR, DETAIL OF PLASTERWORK ON WEST WALL OF AUDITORIUM BALCONY
4. INTERIOR, DETAIL OF PLASTERWORK ON CEILING
5. INTERIOR, PLASTERWORK ON CEILING
6. INTERIOR, DETAIL OF PLASTERWORK NEAR STAGE, ABOVE EXIT DOORS
7. INTERIOR, DETAIL OF PLASTERWORK
8. AUDITORIUM, LOOKING SOUTH
9. BASEMENT PLAN
10. BASEMENT PLAN WITH MECHANICAL SYSTEMS INDICATED
11. FIRST-FLOOR PLAN WITH FLOOR FINISHES
12. FIRST-FLOOR PLAN WITH ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
13. MEZZANINE-FLOOR PLAN
14. MEZZANINE-FLOOR PLAN WITH ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
15. HALF PLAN OF BALCONY, HALF PLAN OF MAIN CEILING
16. LONGITUDINAL SECTION
17. REVISED PART OF LONGITUDINAL SECTION
18. FAN ROOM AND ROOF PLAN, MEZZANINE-FLOOR PLAN
19. FRONT ELEVATION AND DETAILS
20. EAST ELEVATION
21. INTERIOR DETAILS, INCLUDING ELEVATION OF PROSCENIUM
22. STRUCTURAL DETAILS


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