This is the old Jewish Synagogue that used to be on First Street in Dayton. It was in use from 1893 until 1927. It is architecturally interesting because of the multiple entrances. Dayton is home to several large, active, and very diverse Jewish congregations.
This is the Victoria Theatre (yes, the British spelling, please), one of Dayton’s finest jewels. Originally built six-stories high, it has been torched, flooded, and burned since it became one of the first opera houses outside the East coast in the United States.