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The Kenosha Theatre in ruins

The Kenosha Theatre in ruins

The Hussa Brewer dates back to the 1860s & is said to be one of the earliest & most productive  regional breweries.

The Hussa Brewer dates back to the 1860s & is said to be one of the earliest & most productive regional breweries.

abandoned theatre - Recherche Google

abandoned theatre - Recherche Google

RKO Proctor’s Theatre opened in Newark, NJ on November 22, 1915 as the Proctor’s Palace Theatre. The architect was John W. Merrow, the nephew of Proctor theater circuit owner Frederick F. Proctor.    The Palace was a double decker theater, which meant that one auditorium was stacked on top of the other, a rare design choice at the time.  The lower, street-level auditorium had 2,300 seats and the upper had around 900.   The space was among the largest and most open in the area, leading the…

RKO Proctor’s Theatre opened in Newark, NJ on November 22, 1915 as the Proctor’s Palace Theatre. The architect was John W. Merrow, the nephew of Proctor theater circuit owner Frederick F. Proctor. The Palace was a double decker theater, which meant that one auditorium was stacked on top of the other, a rare design choice at the time. The lower, street-level auditorium had 2,300 seats and the upper had around 900. The space was among the largest and most open in the area, leading the…

The Grand Theatre building was built in 1885 by German immigrant Jacob Griesinger, Sr. in Steubenville, Ohio.  The remains of theater seating cover the main level of the auditorium.

The Grand Theatre building was built in 1885 by German immigrant Jacob Griesinger, Sr. in Steubenville, Ohio. The remains of theater seating cover the main level of the auditorium.

Locked up and closed to the world for 60 years, no heat, no electricity. The last performance on stage was 1934 before the city government, who wanted a new high school condemned the building before it's time. Now to expensive to renovate for today's standards and to beautiful to demolish it sits empty and quiet in Columbus Wisconsin.

Locked up and closed to the world for 60 years, no heat, no electricity. The last performance on stage was 1934 before the city government, who wanted a new high school condemned the building before it's time. Now to expensive to renovate for today's standards and to beautiful to demolish it sits empty and quiet in Columbus Wisconsin.

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