Edison Theatre gets a facelift in Florida
Eloise Pennington, trainer/graphics specialist, for Fort Myers, Fla., submitted this photo of the old Edison Theatre taken in January in Downtown Fort Myers. The landmark, built in 1941, recently got a facelift and is currently renovated office space. Thomas Edison kept a winter home in Fort Myers, and the town has been used as a location for films such as “Drums Along the Mohawk” and George Romero’s “Day of the Dead.”
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