Information for this tour was contributed by Daniel Gibbs.
The theatre De Luxe of Hagerstown opened in 1915. It was designed by Thomas Lamb and bears marked resemblance (inside) to that architect's Hippodrome in Baltimore. It has been well maintained, though the current paint job is unimaginative. The old lobby and facade burned in the 1970s, but thankfully, the theatre was saved. With a small new facade, it now shows an occasional movie, but is primarily a performing arts venue and home to the Maryland Symphony Orchestra.
June 1992 photos from the John Lewis collection.
Photos from the John Miller collection.
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