Broadway Thr/Louisville KY

One of the most popular stops on this summer’s Conclave was the Broadway Theater in Louisville KY.  Once a glamorous movie palace, the building today houses an office supply company.  The owners have a great deal of respect for the history of the building and have incorporated its rich background as they made it acceptable for their needs today.

Debbie Humphreys found this GREAT website with many photos of the Broadway in its heyday!

http://brokensidewalk.com/2008/11/10/east-broadway-theater-a-hidden-gem/

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Broadway Thr/Louisville KY

One of the most popular stops on this summer’s Conclave was the Broadway Theater in Louisville KY.  Once a glamorous movie palace, the building today houses an office supply company.  The owners have a great deal of respect for the history of the building and have incorporated its rich background as they made it acceptable for their needs today.

Debbie Humphreys found this GREAT website with many photos of the Broadway in its heyday!

http://brokensidewalk.com/2008/11/10/east-broadway-theater-a-hidden-gem/

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