20, 2008 (online
Facade Grant Awarded
Glass Restored For Building
At 115 S. 11th
Partial Cost Reimbursed By Collinsville Downtown Inc.
More Work Accomplished & Anticipated
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Tyrell and his son sell sheet metal parts for classic cars from the building.
Renovations continue and Art indicated he may rent out portions of the historic
two story building eventually. (The phone numbers are: 697-5800, 697-1836 &
building has many different businesses in the past. The Davis family and
the One Way Church were the most recent previous occupants. They painted
the exterior in 2001. Mr Tryell plans to repaint back to a red brick color
the mid-1950, when the building was occupied by Liggett Ford, the building
was painted white.
that research of historic buildings in Collinsville is an imprecise art,
it is my best guess that the Wonderland Theatre was one of the occupants
of the same building in it's earliest years. --Ted
I assume these motion pictures were a recreation as there were obviously
no movie cameras recording the Dalton gang's Coffeyville double bank raid
addition to motion pictures the Wonderland Theatre also hosted live vaudeville
Tyrell (building owner) received a $2000 facade grant check from Mary Risley
(left) and Maureen Wright (right) of Collinsville Downtown, Inc. March 20, 2008.
The check is the maximum matching amount to reimburse $4260 spent to restore
the transom glass at 115 S. 11th (across the street from the Collinsville Post
is a sample of the special prisim glass panes installed in alternating section
of the transom windows (visible in the photo below under the metal awning which
will be removed). Many of the panes had been boarded up before the renovation