The Sally & Wendell Anderson Center Theatre was originally constructed in 1929 as a part of the Henry Ford Museum, then known as the Edison Institute. The theatre was commonly used for school assemblies and contained a projection booth with Brenkert projectors. The auditorium has been refurbished and is now used as a performing arts center.
May 2001 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
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