Goldfield Theater

924 S. Sharp Street,
Baltimore, MD 21230

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Goldfield Theatre, Baltimore, MD

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The Argonne Theater opened on January 18, 1922 and was an African American movie theatre. The theatre had an ornamental facade of white glazed brick. It was a single story building with seating on one floor. There was a small stage which was used for occasional live performances, but these ceased in 1942 and went over to movies full-time. It was renamed the New Goldfield Theater in 1926, sometimes advertised as the Goldfield Theater and continued until closing in the early 1960’s.

After being used as a church for several years, it was abandoned and then later demolished soon after 1972.

Contributed by ronald a. rooks, Ken Roe

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kencmcintyre on March 21, 2010 at 11:56 pm

There is a photo circa 1969 here from a monograph on Baltimore theaters:

Chris1982 on May 5, 2014 at 12:40 am

There was a second Goldfield Theatre located on Warner from the early teens thru the early 1920’s.

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