Lenox Square Peachtree Road Sign

Uploaded By

Tiny StanMalone

Featured Theater

Lenox Square Theatre

Lenox Square Theatre

Atlanta, GA

More Photos

Photo Info

Taken on: July 5, 2018

Uploaded on: July 7, 2018

Exposure: 1/4 sec, f/1.8, ISO 100

Camera: Apple iPhone 7 Plus

Software: 10.2.1

GPS: 33° 54' 2" N, -84° 22' 44" W Staticmap?center=33

Size: 1.3 MB

Views: 1,305

Full EXIF: View all

Aperture value: 2159/1273

F number: 9/5

GPS speed: 1496/23501

GPS latitude: 3354213/100

GPS dest bearing: 142124/399

Pixel Y dimension: 3024

Date time original: Thu Jul 05 18:14:46 +0000 2018

Resolution unit: 2

Y resolution: 72

Focal length in 35mm film: 28

Flash: 24

Exposure program: 2

Brightness value: -1963/3547

Subsec time orginal: 768

YCbCr positioning: 1

GPS longitude ref: W

Focal length: 399/100

Date time digitized: Thu Jul 05 18:14:46 +0000 2018

Subsec time digitized: 768

Exposure bias value: 0

Scene capture type: 0

GPS longitude: 84222177/50

Subject area: 2015151122171330

Software: 10.2.1

ISO speed ratings: 100

GPS altitude ref:

License: By

Lenox Square Peachtree Road Sign

Unfavorite No one has favorited this photo yet

Comments (2)

StanMalone on July 7, 2018 at 2:53 pm

This is the original sign for Lenox Square from when it opened in 1959. The theater sign was added in 1963 which is when the wing with the theater, Colonial grocery store, and bowling lanes opened. This picture is from July 25, 1975, the opening day for Rollerball. Love And Death was starting its 6th week and was still doing sell out business even on week nights. The day before, Return of the Pink Panther had ended its 6 week run while still doing turn away business on the weekends.

This sign could be reached with a 6 foot step ladder, and in October 1972 someone swapped the first letters of the two titles that were playing and it stayed up for an entire morning rush hour to see. The attractions at the time were DUCK YOU SUCKER, and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.

This entire sign was replaced in the summer of 1980 when the plaza over the theater was enclosed to create the food court. The new sign was only accessible by bucket truck so the theater, which was a quad by then, had to submit the titles to mall management by Tuesday for changing on Friday morning.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on July 7, 2018 at 3:19 pm

LOL! Classic attraction board tampering. Kudos, anonymous Atlantan.

You must login before making a comment.

New Comment