National Theater: Detroit. and National Theater Buillding. on Monroe east of Woodward
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Exterior view of the National Theater on Monroe Street in Detroit, Michigan. The building designed by Albert Kahn in Art Nouveau style opened in 1911 as a vaudeville house, later it was a movie theater and then a burlesque house, in the 1960's it's name changed to the Palace and it showed adult films, it closed in 1975.