Carter Named Manager of Alhambra Theatre
Ogden Standard Examiner, 2 September 1923, page 19
Wallace Carter, well known in western theatrical circles as “Wally,” will assume the management of the Alhambra theatre, succeeding H. E. Skinner, who recently sold his entire interests in the Alhambra theatre to A. L. Glassmann and has resigned as manager.
Mr. Carter has had years of experience in the theatre game, and though still a young man, was practically raised in the profession. When the Sullivan and Considine circuit first opened the Empress theatre in Salt Lake, Mr. Carter was employed as treasurer, later joining the Wilkes chain of stock theatres and was located at Los Angeles, Seattle and Salt Lake. When Marjorie Rambeau now one of Broadway's stage stars was making her western tour he went on the road in a managerial capacity. He later managed The Symphony theatre at Los Angeles, afterwards taking over five smaller houses. During the past two years he has been identified with the Pantages theatre at Salt Lake.