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Bay Theatre Final Concert Slide Show
Date: 7/9/2007 Album ID: 294748
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A sold out crowd fills the Bay Theatre in Seal Beach for the last Wurlitzer pipe organ concert. The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona.
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6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, plays the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/23/07 - People line up at the Bay theatre in Seal Beach for the last concert for the Wurlitzer pipe organ before it is removed from the theatre and moved to Arizona where it is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona.
The concert sold out filling the theatre.
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6/23/07 - A sold out crowd starts to fill the Bay Theatre in Seal Beach before the start of the last Wurlitzer pipe organ concert before the start of the process of removing the organ (and pipes) so they can be moved to Phoenix Arizona.
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6/23/07 - Pipes from the Seal Beach Bay Theatre pipe organ and the grand piano that is being donated to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/23/07 -
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/23/07 - A sold out crowd fills the Bay Theatre in Seal Beach before the start of the last Wurlitzer pipe organ concert before the start of the process of removing the organ (and pipes) so they can be moved to Phoenix Arizona.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, talks about the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/23/07 - A sold out crowd fills the Bay Theatre in Seal Beach before the start of the last Wurlitzer pipe organ concert before the start of the process of removing the organ (and pipes) so they can be moved to Phoenix Arizona.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, talks about the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, talks about the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, talks about the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, talks about the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, talks about the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/21/07 - Inside the pipe room for the Bay Theatre pipe organ in Seal Beach. The organ is being donated to the nonprofit Beatitudes Campus in Phoenix Arizona after the last concert this Saturday June 23, 2007, at 2 p.m.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, talks about the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
6/23/07 - Ron Rhode, Curator and Principle Organist, plays the Bay Theatre Wurlitzer pipe organ in Seal Beach before a packed crowd for the final concert of the organ at the theatre.
The organ is being donated by Richard Loderhose, who purchased the theatre in 1975, to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona. The process of removing the organ will begin Sunday morning after the concert.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/23/07 - Richard Loderhose, who purchased the Bay Theatre in 1975, talks about the Wurlitzer pipe organ he's donating to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona, at the start of the last organ concert at the theatre.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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6/23/07 - The Bay Theatre's grand piano will also be donated with the Wurlitzer pipe organ to the Beatitudes Campus, a nondenominational retirement center in Phoenix Arizona.
Photo by Steven Georges/Press-Telegram
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