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
Journalist Amy Davis discussed Tuesday her book-in-progress, “Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Movie Theaters.” She presented a slide show of some of vintage photos of the once-grand movie theaters of the city, as they appeared during the golden-age of movie ...
[70 Baltimore Area B-Movie Theater Promo Fliers] by [Film]: [Advertising] (Baltimore): various, [ca. 1960-63]. Near fine. Various sizes and formats. Broadsides and folded pamphlets. Generally very good or better. Easily near fine overall. An evocative and varied collection of movie-house marketing fliers from Baltimore and ... more Offered By Brian Cassidy, Bookseller