Hahn and Hayes: 4550 Navarre Avenue, Oregon, Ohio

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Hahn and Hayes: 4550 Navarre Avenue, Oregon, Ohio

Description

Architectural drawings of The Parkside Drive In for Parkside Theatres Inc., created on September 20, 1948. These drawings are have drawings that are white line on blue paper as well as pencil on tan paper and were created by the Hahn and Hayes architectural firm of Toledo, Ohio. There is no commission number listed for this project. The drawings include plans for the site, ticket office, and screen tower. Drawings of the projection, concession, and restroom building include a drainage plan, floor plan, roof plan, and north, south, east and west building elevations. The Parkside Drive In opened in April of 1949 with a single screen. Renamed in 1987 to be the Sundance Kid Drive In, as of 2020 it is still operational with twin screens.

Citation

“Hahn and Hayes: 4550 Navarre Avenue, Oregon, Ohio,” Toledo Lucas County Public Library, accessed November 30, 2022, https://tlcplarchitecture.omeka.net/items/show/157.

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