Wyoming Theater

736 Wyoming Street,
Dayton, OH 45410

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Mike Richardson
Mike Richardson on May 23, 2016 at 5:27 pm

Just came back from Dayton yesterday and she’s gone. By the looks of it, the roof finally collapsed by May of 2012 and they hauled her off by October 2013.

gelman on April 22, 2016 at 9:16 am

i just found three old tin cans with the movies intact from the Wyoming Theater.Also have tickets to enter for 15 cents adults,, and 10 cents children.they are a notice of under new management ,or actual tickets i am not sure.anyone interested let me know.i am not sure of the movies in them or the age? thanks,Pat

Mike Richardson
Mike Richardson on July 20, 2010 at 5:53 pm


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Wyoming – Southwest corner of Wyoming Street and Gunkel Avenue (1914-29): The Wyoming was one of the most successful silent film theaters in the city. The Wyoming was erected by Albert Staehlin, a baker by trade, in 1914. A year later real estate investor Gus. G. Kinzeler bought the theater. Kinzeler, one-time owner of Funland Theater on Valley Street, did quite well during the decade he owned the theater. When attendance began to decline, Kinzeler sold his interest in the Wyoming to Samuel D. Crumbaugh in 1925.

Mike Richardson
Mike Richardson on July 20, 2010 at 2:02 pm

Did this years convention too. Got a picture this time. Looks like somebody painted the joint. Picture on Cinematour.

Mike Richardson
Mike Richardson on May 17, 2009 at 5:36 pm

I just got back from the Dayton Amateur Radio Convention. This is what I saw. There is graffiti now in a light beige on the dark brown painted wood covering/protecting the front.