A closed Art Deco structure in New Ulm, Minnesota.

Early Deco had elements similar to Art Noveau, such as flowers and more curves than later Deco. I found the name of this style—-Streamline Moderne. What beautiful words. It appeared later in the Deco period.

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    Streamline is an amazing style and and there are still a few examples of it around, though some of the more famous ones...
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    New Ulm, Minnesota Disused theater in MN.
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