Located in the southeast corner of Indiana is a small community called Osgood. With a population of approximately 1,700, the town is quieter today than it was when trains regularly traveled through Osgood a century ago. The passengers stayed in the local hotels and sought evening entertainment at movie theaters.

The Damm Theatre, owned by German immigrant Louis Damm, offered its customers everything big-city movie houses could. From first-run movies and short reels to vaudevillian skits and local amateur acts, the theater was a popular place in town. The Osgood community was so proud of its Damm Theatre that the city’s welcome sign included the motto: “Home of the Damm Theatre.”

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Phase 5 The Damm Lights Up
Click Picture Below for Phase 5 Installation of the Damm Sign - June 11 2008


 

Phase 4 Restoration
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Phase 3 Restoration
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Phase 2 Restoration

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Phase 1 Restoration
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