Ramsdell Theatre, Manistee, MI

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THS’s second stop of the day is the 1903 Ramsdell Theatre in Manistee, Michigan. The building was built by Thomas Jefferson Ramsdell and the final design was executed by Chicago architect Solon Spenser Beman. The building also includes a hall with parlors, a drawing room and a grand assembly hall. THS will be having lunch in the grand assembly hall. The theatre is currently owned by the City of Manistee.

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  1. Gary Parks

    Hooray! I never thought I’d be on the receiving end of these updates, but I’m really grateful for them. It’s the next best thing to being there. Wait–wasn’t that a tag line from a photo commercial from the 70s? Have fun guys–and I’ll look forward to further peeks into what you’re seeing! Meanwhile–what a nice pastoral fire curtain!!

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