Last year, the National Trust included historic American movie theaters on its list of the nation's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places. Description from preservationnation.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Senator Theatre - 5904 York Road, Baltimore, Md. - seats 900 - opened Oct. 5th, 1939 - architect John J. Zink - theatre was recently renovated and reopened for feature film screenings on Oct. 11th, 2013.
The Senator Theatre, Baltimore. The 900-seat Art Deco Senator Theatre is the last single-screen theater still standing in the city. This 1939 architectural jewel was designed by John Zink and features a two-story, rounded lobby, adorned from the outside with an eye-catching abundance of neon and glass brick that beckons from blocks away. Stefanie Klavens
Senator Theatre. Durkee Enterprises. 5904 York Road, Baltimore, Maryland ca. 1953 Photograph by the Hughes Company Hughes Company Collection Maryland Historical Society PP30 105-106A-54-1 Open in 1939, The Senator almost saw the end in 2010 when it...