Food and Fashions of 1936 This little booklet was published by the Paramont Theater back in 1936. It was published by theaters all over the country, and included photos of the biggest silver screen stars of the day, along with various recipes. What is particularly interesting are the ads on the front and back covers for local businesses!

Paramount Theater, Circa 1920

This one can be found at the Ouachita Parish Archives page here: The known info about it can be found here: One minor quibble though. At the time this photo was taken, the building was called the Saenger Theater. It didn't become the Paramount until the thirties. I wish we knew was play … Continue reading Paramount Theater, Circa 1920

Paramount Theater

Saenger Theater circa 1920. Many long - time residents of Northeast Louisiana have fond remembrances of the old Paramount Theater building, once located at 301 DeSiard Street. The building started life back in 1912 as the second Sugar Brothers Opera House.  Brothers Barney, Sam and Isador Sugar built it. Stores and shops were on the ground floor.  … Continue reading Paramount Theater