"One of the finest examples of the fantasy architecture popular for the movie theaters of the 1920s and 1930s."—National Register of Historic Places
This book documents the history of this glorious theater—the piece de resistance of movie house tycoon Marcus Loew—from its dazzling beginnings on Syracuse’s “Little Broadway” in 1928 through its inspiring rescue from demolition and into its new life, which began in 1978 as the nonprofit, citizen-owned Landmark Theater.
Alfred Balk is a former editor at Saturday Review, Columbia Journalism, and World Press Review magazines and has written several books and articles. He caught journalism at Columbia and Syracuse Universities.
Distributed for Alfred Balk
7 x 10.25, 80 pages, 33 color, 78 black and white illustrations