Theatre Restoration

Theatre Restoration
In 1926, the Dunkin Theatre opened on Broadway in Cushing, a fully fledged cinema palace, complete with columns of decorative salmon-colored florets running up the front of the building to the decorative concrete cornice at the roof. Sometime during the history of the theatre, the bottom four florets of the two columns on either side of the theatre’s entrance were inexplicably knocked off to…

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