Source: Andy Gray
My uncle's Johnson Construction Company projects list shows the 1941 Huron Theatre job in Pontiac. Online artifacts from its opening night in June 1942 also show the theater in Pontiac. Google Maps shows the address as being in Waterford Township.
In August 1948 (several years after he'd built the theater) my grandfather Albert S. "Al" Johnson, shot a single slide showing the exterior of the Huron. In that image, the theater appears as a typical art moderne style theater with three pairs of blue doors with matching half-moon glass ("Johnson doors").
From Cinema Treasures
Located at the busy intersection of West Huron Street and North Telegraph Road, the Huron Theatre opened in June 1942 seating 426. It lasted until December 24, 1983, when it was destroyed by fire. It was a single floor theatre with a nondescript front but had a triangular shaped marquee with a lot of neon. The upper portion of the front was in a light colored tile paneling down to street level and then changed to a darker color. Small lobby in an Art Deco motif with painting of stripes and circles on the walls.
The Huron was owned by Francis C. Bouford and Forest Kistler. The original cost was $75,000. They also owned the Oakland and later Maple Leaf Dairy Co, on Howard street in Pontiac.