Who can tell us what was once located in the middle of the aerial photograph(s) below?
The year that each aerial photo was taken is given in the upper left corner of the photo.
The clues will consist of adding another aerial photo of a later year to the set.
It's where the Bluebird Auto Theater was once located south of Uniontown, on the
east side of Cleveland Avenue, just north of Twin Hills Street.
As written by Bruce Heisler in his book:
"UNIONTOWN MY HOMETOWN 1932 - 2013 AS I REMEMBER IT GREATEST PLACE ON EARTH":
This was the site of the second outdoor movie theater in Stark County, the Bluebird
Auto Theater built in the early 1940's by Mr. Ballew. There were speakers by the
screen, none in your car. You had to roll your windows down to hear. We used to
sneak in through William Taylor's pasture to sit on the hill and watch the movies.
Below is a recent Google Maps Street View of approximately where the entrance was on
Cleveland Avenue north of Twin Hills Street:
The aerial photo below includes a white rectangle to identify the area in the aerial photos above: