Original Main Street Museum, Slugo M. Gagarin
Gelatin Silver Print by Slugo M. Gagarin. The Old "Main Street Museum of Art", 42 South Main Street, White River Junction, June, 1992, with Slugo Maneshevitz Gagarin, Lyle Levig and David Fairbanks Ford, ca. 1992, c.e.
History of the Structure
By the 1990s, this building, which formerly housed the second motion picture house in White River Jct., had devolved into a slum condition by the neglect of former landlord/owner. The Lena’s Lunch building—formerly the Crown Theater—also served as the towns bowling alleys, and “Papa Guiseppis,” an Italian sub-shop which featured a nighttime transvestite floorshow.
The building itself was torn down in 2005.
The Origins of the Museum
For further info, see: History of the Museum