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A City With a Rich and Significant Theater History – Auburn NY

Kudos to the historians and historic theater devotees who spent years crafting a detailed and historically accurate timeline of Auburn NY’s multifaceted theater history.  Auburn is also noted as the place where Theodore Case invented the process of sound on film.

http://auburnpub.com/lifestyles/new-film-documents-auburn-s-theatrical-history/article_c896c11b-d28e-5eca-8060-04d27ef74fb8.html

Shown below – a 1938 view of Auburn’s only remaining movie palace. Today this amazing Eberson creation is endangered and in derelict condition.  Multiple local citizen advocacy groups are currently laboring to get this theater into responsible hands and restored to its former glory.

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One Comment

  1. Laurel Auchampaugh

    Bravo Karen!

    We strove to have this article be a positive approach.

    Thank you for sharing this with all your contacts

    Bless you.

    Laurel Auchampaugh

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