111 N. 3rd Street
The former Delta Theatre is now just a shell in the long-abandoned downtown of a small Southern town. It was, supposedly, the last theatre built in downtown and was decorated in Art Moderne style. However, from the presence of bricked-in windows and the early 20th/late 19th century appearance, it probably had a previous life in what was once a bustling industrial area near the Quachita River. There is no stage or dressing space and it was probably too small to ever have been a live theatrical venue.
As much as some of us may love the ruins, and the departed city they represent, each New York buries the bones of its predecessors in its own style. (Nathan Ward)