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Forgotten Paramount Theater, Newark, New Jersey Opened on Market Street in 1895 and later remodelled in the Art Deco style, the Newark Theater – as it was originally known – was one of the most popular attractions of downtown Newark. Renamed the Paramount, it featured vaudeville (variety shows) and later film before the curtain fell for the final time on April 1, 1986. Mae West set a box office record at the Paramount Theater in 1939 and a young Jerry Lewis worked there as an u

Former splendour - Proctor's Palace Theatre in Newark, New Jersey.

Art Deco detail. Boston Avenue Methodist Church, Tulsa, OK

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Abandoned Windsor Wax Building - Then and Now

The abandoned Windsor Wax Building has been a landmark of Hoboken, New Jersey since the company was established in 1923.

The New Amsterdam on West 42nd Street, designed by Henry Herts and Hugh Tallant in 1903 as one of the first buildings with an Art Nouveau interior in the US, and renovated by Disney nearly a century later, is "either one of the most gorgeous or one of the gaudiest theaters" on Broadway, said recommender Geoffrey Greene.

Le Grand Rex is the largest cinema, theater and music venue in Paris, with 2,800 seats