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Barnum Hall Theatre of Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica, California.

  • The Barnum Hall Theatre was built in 1938 through the Federal Works Project Administration (WPA) by the architectural firm of Marsh, Smith & Powell. [1 ]
  • Built in the Streamline-Art Deco design, the hall also served as the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium when it was first built.
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