Sunday, May 15, 2011

The Woodward




Built in 1915, The Woodward was once a neighborhood theater and is now home to Greg’s Antiques. The building has a wonderful patterned brick façade and colorful woodwork and still has the look of a theater from the front. The highlight of this building is the two female statues that adorn both sides of the entrance.





The Woodward
1404 Main Street, Over The Rhine

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear grif ,

My name is John Buz and I am a contributor at www.MyCityAntiquing.org, a wiki project. I am currently working on articles about Cincinnati fleas, antique shops and malls, Greg's Antiques in particular, and am in need of some photos for the article.

I wanted to inquire in regards to your photo:
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-6tt8wrWMaU4/TdCVx_buLLI/AAAAAAAADAs/n01-FwyXS50/s1600/Picture%2B013.jpg

Would you be willing to give MyCityAntiquing.org permission to use it for the project?

If you agree to let MyCityAntiquing.org to use the photo, please specify the terms of permission in your reply so I can upload it with the correct license terms:
1.) I certify that I am the owner of this photo. I grant MyCityAntiquing.org and its owner to use this photo for any purpose with attribution to me as the photo owner.
2.) I certify that I am the owner of this photo. I release all rights of this photo and place this photo in the public domain.

I thank you in advance and look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,
John Buz.

grif said...

No problem John, be glad to. I went to your site and submitted the photo using the form - you should see it waiting for you. While I was at it, I submitted a couple of suggestions of shops for you as well. Hope you like them and thanks for reading.