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Downtown landmark experiences rebirth

November 14, 2013
By STACI VAN ART - Member of Mifflin Juniata Arts Council , Lewistown Sentinel

A good year for the arts was 1929. Remarque's "All Quiet on the Western Front" and Hemingway's "A Farewell to Arms," both novels that reflected on the First World War, were published. Tintin and Popeye were born, as were Audrey Hepburn, Max von Sydow and the Academy Awards. Cubist painters like Picasso and surrealists like Dali were all the rage. In the middle of the Modernist movement, a shining architectural example of the Art Deco style was built in Lewistown.

 
 

 

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