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His theater struggled to make a profit for three years before closing in 1936.
The screen and equipment were purchased by a new owner and moved to Union, New Jersey.
Historical Society of Pennsylvania From its earliest days, Admiral Wilson Boulevard held attractions for the area's motorists. opened the first drive-in movie theater on Admiral Wilson Boulevard in 1933.
He based his theater on tests he conducted in his own driveway in nearby Riverton.
It began in the late 1890s as a reaction to crowded, dirty tenement housing and industrial neighborhoods and gained popularity throughout the early twentieth century.
Leavitt, who was a native of nearby Riverton, New Jersey, created this plan for Camden's future based on these principles.
The drive-in format became a national sensation and during its peak in the 1950s and 1960s, with thousands of drive-in theaters operating throughout the United States.
Hollingshead's patent, however, was largely ignored and he was denied royalty payments.
Sound was provided by massive speakers built by Camden's RCA company.
Leavitt's plan included open green areas along the Cooper River, extensive public parks, and wide new boulevards lined with trees, including Admiral Wilson Boulevard.
Though Admiral Wilson Boulevard was constructed as planned, most of Leavitt's ambitious ideas were abandoned.
In February 2011, a judge ruled in Campbell’s favor.
An appeal filed by Fulbrook failed, and the Sears building was demolished in 2013 to make room for a new office park.
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