Lansdowne Theater — Lansdowne, Pennsylvania
In 1926, the Stanley Warner Company and Herbert Effinger commissioned renowned and prolific theater architect William H. Lee to design a 1300-seat movie theater in the heart of Lansdowne’s Central Business District. Designed in the popular Hollywood Moorish style, the $250,000 theater was opened just before the advent of the “talkies” on June 1, 1927.
Modified Nikon D100 (Near Infrared Capture)
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