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16 theaters

Times Theater, Rochester
Rochester, IN; Canon PowerShot S95
Ohio Theater, Madison
Madison, IN; Nikon N2000, 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5 Zoom Nikkor, Kodak Ultramax 400
Indiana Theater, Terre Haute, IN
Terre Haute, IN; Kodak EasyShare Z730
Palace Theater, Crossville, TN
Crossville, TN; Canon PowerShot S95
Park Theater
North Vernon, IN; Canon PowerShot S80
Lafayette Theater
Lafayette, IN; Olympus XA, Agfa Vista 200
The Crump
Columbus, IN; Pentax K10D, smc PENTAX-FA 28-80mm F3.5-4.7
Chicago Theater
Chicago, IL; Canon PowerShot S95
Plainfield, IN
Plainfield, IN; Kodak EasyShare Z730
Victoria Theater
Wheeling, WV; Kodak EasyShare Z730
Franklin, IN
Franklin, IN; Kodak EasyShare Z730
State Theater
South Bend, IN; Nikon Df, 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6 AF Nikkor
Rees Theater, sign lit
Plymouth, IN; Yashica-12, Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros, Rodinal 1+50
Arcada Theater
St. Charles, IL; Pentax K10D, smc PENTAX-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL
The Palace Theater
South Bend, IN; Nikon Df, 28-80m f/3.3-5.6 AF Nikkor
The State Theater
Logansport, IN; Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK, Ultrafine Extreme 100

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15 thoughts on “16 theaters

  1. ronian42 says:

    Indiana and Chicago for me Jim. Love the detailed stonework. As others have said, a nice little series.

  2. There are some interesting show names, for sure. I noticed that Crump Theatre and some other U.S. theatres I’ve seen in photos use the the British spelling for theatre/theater. Maybe it’s tradition? Oddly, the movie theatre in my Newfoundland home town is called The Popular Theater with the U.S. spelling. And it’s been around since my father was a boy. A newer theatre is called the Queen Street Theatre with the proper (for us) spelling. Maybe the original owner of the Popular Theater didn’t know how to spell. Anyway, I think it’s called the Classic Theater now. Same spelling of theater.

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