Category:Garde Arts Center

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The Garde Arts Center, at 325 State Street at Huntington Street in New London, Connecticut, was built in 1926 as the Garde Theatre, a vaudeville and movie house, and was designed by Arland W. Johnson in the Art Deco style. The Garde Arts Center was founded in 1985 to save and reuse the theatre, which was in danger of being demolished after closing in 1977. The Center includes the Garde Office Building, which includes a 130-seat performance space, the Mercer Building, where the Center's offices are located, and the Meridien Building. All three buildings are located on the site of the mansion of whaling merchant William Williams. (Source: [1] and [2])

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