Edged artwork on the side of the theatre now facing Lagoon Avenue.
Inside of the roughly 900 seat theatre when Citizen Kane was out.
Early picture of the Concession Stand with the gigantic mirror in the background. The large mirror is a feature the lobby still has today.
Early picture of the lobby area.
Early picture looking up towards the projector from the front of the stage.
Camera looking up Hennepin Avenue from Lake Street in an early photo. Notice the rails for street cars which were used at the time.
Front of the Theatre. Photo was taken right around 1939 when "Hollywood Cavalcade" was released, and can be seen on the marquee.
View of the Theatre from the balcony as it looks today. It was renovated and re-opened in 2012. Capacity now sits at around 350, down from around 900.
Rocky Horror fans attending a midnight showing in the late 1970's.
Front of the Uptown around the late 1970's.
Entrance to the Tunnels under the Uptown Theatre.
The Kid's house from Purple Rain as it is today. No one currently lives there.
First Avenue Night Club as it is today.
Looking down the First Avenue side of the club. Each star has the name of an artist or band who has performed there.
Photo was taken May 8th, 2016, 17 days after Prince's death.
View looking down the 7th Street side of the club, hence, "First Avenue and Seventh Street Entry." Notice the Depot Tavern sign. The building was refurbished into a nightclub from an old Greyhound bus depot, and was originally called "The Depot".
View of Paisley Park from the Highway. It was Prince's living quarters, recording studio, and also had a large concert hall/space where he would perform his impromptu concerts.
Back Entrance from Audubon Road.
View from Audubon Road looking towards the highway.
Notice how all the grass has disappeared due to so much foot traffic. The Soil was smoothed over and hardened. It looked like this all the way down from one end of the fence to the other.
Amazing artwork and memorials lined every foot of the fence that was accessible.
Thousands of thoughts, prayers, and signatures from mourners.