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Thomas Paul
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From: Baltimore, MD
Registered: Mar 2003


 - posted March 18, 2003 03:44 PM      Profile for Thomas Paul   Author's Homepage   Email Thomas Paul         Edit/Delete Post 
Greetings to all !
I invite all of you to a tour of Present Day Baltimore, and what has happened to the movie theatres of yesterday. Please feel free to visit WWW.Kilduffs.com and let me know what you think.
Sincerely,
Thomas

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Norman Plant
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From: St Louis, MO
Registered: Mar 2003


 - posted March 24, 2003 01:38 PM      Profile for Norman Plant   Email Norman Plant         Edit/Delete Post 
I enjoyed the site and look forward to further updates. Baltimore has some of the most unique architecture in the country, and the theaters are no exception.

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Dan Gibbs
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From: Baltimore, MD
Registered: Jul 2003


 - posted July 29, 2003 09:15 PM      Profile for Dan Gibbs   Email Dan Gibbs         Edit/Delete Post 
Hey, y'all...

I haven't updated my old website in...oh, about three years, and I know I ought to move/revamp/rebuild it completely, but as it stands I have a few old postcard shots of Baltimore's theatres on there, and a few Richmond tidbits as well. Have a look, if you'd like; hopefully I'll get the time to rebuild the site sometime in the near future.

www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Lot/4836

regards,
Dan

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