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  • Historic Photos of Litchfield Opera House

    Image 1: Opera House at Litchfield. Photograph Collection, Postcard 1908. Location no.MM5.9 LT3.1 r5 Negative no. 41409

    Image 2: Opera House, Litchfield. Photograph Collection, Postcard ca. 1910 Location no. MM5.9 LT3.1 r13 Negative no. 104554

  • Image 3: Greetings from Litchfield Photograph Collection, Postcard ca. 1910 Locationno. MM5.9 LT6 r1 Negative no. 102148

    Image 4: Litchfield Opera House, 126 North Marshall Avenue, Litchfield. Photograph Collection 10/1983 Location no. MM5.9 LT3.1 p5 Negative no. 06471-13

  • Image 5: Postcard of Opera House. Source: Unknown.

    Image 6 : Litchfield Community Building. Date unknown (likely after 1935 as center column between entry door and flyhouse have been removed).

  • Current Exterior Photos of Litchfield Opera House.

    Image 7: Western faade (main) and southern faade.

    Image 8: Southern faade.

  • Image 9: Southern and eastern faade.

    Image 10: Eastern faade.

  • Image 11: Northern and western faade

    Image 12: Northern faade

  • Image 13: Southern faade.

    Image 14: Southern facade, ground level. Spalling bricks, missing bricks, improper mortar and patching techniques.

    Image 14

    Images 15-16

    Images 19-21

  • Image 15: Southern faade masonry, located on second story

    Image 16: Southern faade masonry, located on second story

  • Image 17: Southern faade. Deteriorated mortar and masonry near roofline and gutter system.

    Image 18: Southern faade. Deteriorated mortar and masonry near roofline and gutter system.

  • Image 19: Southern faade at base of building near side entrance.

    Image 20: Southern faade at base of building near side entrance

  • Image 21: Southern faade at base of building near side entrance

    Image 22: Southern facade, ground level. Spalling bricks, improper mortar and patching techniques.

  • Image 23: Southern faade; view of mortar and bricks.

    Image 24: Eastern faade. Test panels to be located on south and east faade.11

    Image 25

  • Image 25: Eastern faade. Note patching of crack in masonry and rusted metal cornice.

  • Image 26: Northern and western faade.

    Image 27: Northern faade. Damaged brick around the furnace vent

    Image 27

    Images 30-32

    Image 28

    Image 29

  • Image 28: Northern faade. Notice damaged parapet

    Image 29: Northern faade. Deteriorated windowsill.

  • Image 30: Western faade. Deteriorated windowsill

    Image 31: Close up of damaged windowsill

  • Image 32: Western faade window profile

    Image 33: Brick windowsills on southern and eastern facades will be repaired and repointed. Sandstone sills will NOT be installed, as the south and east sides never had stone sills.

  • Image 34: Western faade. Deterioration of parapet wall.

    Image 35: Western faade. Deterioration of parapet wall and parapet cap. Rusted cornice.

  • Image 36: Southwestern corner of parapet wall.

    Image 37: Northern faade parapet wall.

  • Image 38: Northern faade parapet wall.

    Image 39: Western faade parapet wall

  • Image 40: Western faade, rusting of cornice.

    Image 41: Rusting of metal cornice.