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Let’s go out to the Movies – under the stars! On this week in 1998, The Kingman Drive-In celebrated their 50th anniversary. On the big screen were popular movies of the time which were “Godzilla” and “Deep Impact”. The Kingman Drive-In was open for just over a half a century. They had an estimated 600 speakers. The theatre was also home to the flea market on Sundays through the 1980’s and 1990’s. Kingman Drive-In closed in 2001 and the land was sold. A housing development sprung up in no time at all. Pictured below are some memories of the former Drive-In including an aerial view from 1988. (Picture Credit: Columbus Navigator/Cinema Treasures/The Columbus Dispatch/Drive-inMovies.com) ... See MoreSee Less

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Good times

I still have the 50th anniversary hat

The Kingman flea market was my big box store. I bought furniture, garden tools and housewares there over the years.

Going to the drive in was lots of fun. I saw The Exorcist there.

Sure miss that place!

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102 years ago today...The Neville Brothers garage fire occurred on June 18, 1919. James and Joseph Neville had a Buick Dealership at 70-76 North Sandusky Street. The garage was located in the area of the present day Old Bag of Nails. The fire burned up the ceiling beams and destroyed the automobiles inside. Many locals lost their vehicles in the fire. Like horses kept at a livery in town, town residents kept their automobiles at Neville's. Pictured is a 1919 snap shot of the fire damage and a 1920 post fire picture.
(Picture credit: Delaware County Historical Society)
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102 years ago today...The Neville Brothers garage fire occurred on June 18, 1919. James and Joseph Neville had a Buick Dealership at 70-76 North Sandusky Street. The garage was located in the area of the present day Old Bag of Nails. The fire burned up the ceiling beams and destroyed the automobiles inside. Many locals lost their vehicles in the fire. Like horses kept at a livery in town, town residents kept their automobiles at Nevilles. Pictured is a 1919 snap shot of the fire damage and a 1920 post fire picture.
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Joe Neville was actively involved in the Little Brown Jug inauguration.

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