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.......................................................................Others names include - Aaco Theatre & Squire Theatre

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          ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,           Above - Two looks from different angles at Belair Avenue in Aberdeen and the New Theatre.
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..................................Aaco /
              New Theatre - Aberdeen Md .............................
.......................................Early view of the New Theatre, going under the name the Aaco Theatre  .......................................Postcard Circa 1940's
  The New Theatre was on the corner of Belair Avenue just west of Rt. 40, next to Oddfellow's Hall. The old theatre was first known as the Aaco Theatre, opening in 1919, but that name was later changed, sometime in the 1940's. The theater was the only movie house for Aberdeen , and closed in the mid 1970's, after a fire at the building next door, at Oddlfellows Hall,  caused extensive damage. The building no longer still stands, after being renovated into a bank, and then torn down in 2004 for the bank parking lot, and thenin later years a new bank was built on the lot.
      In the 1970's, the New changed it's name again, to the Squire Theatre.  There was a Drive In Theater in  later years, located at Beard's Hill and Churchville Roads.


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 Aberdeen Maryland's New ( Aaco/ Squire ) Theatre in 2002 .

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 A look at the New Theatre in Aberdeen in October 2004.
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..........................................................Aberdeen Maryland
....Looking in the southwest direction, the New Theater is the second building in the group. 
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Many Thanks to Jim Lindsey of the Aberdeen Room Archives & Museum Inc.

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