Maryland Pavilion

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Maryland Pavilion

Pavilion Floorplan and Interior Model


Old Glory (replica 15-star flag that inspired "Star-Spangled Banner") flew before inviting Maryland pavilion (l.) with its fine restaurant and Chesapeake Bay Wharf snack bar.

Source: News Colorfoto by William Klein, New York Sunday News, October 24, 1965

Maryland Pavilion & Singer Bowl

Source: BUSINESS SCREEN MAGAZINE Presented courtesy Eric Paddon Collection

Maryland features a maritime motif in the design of its pavilion; an 11-minute film tells how the Star Spangled Banner was written.

Maryland Pavilion
"O'er the Ramparts" is Maryland's Feature
THE STORY of the writing of our National Anthem is told in the film O'er the Ramparts, an 11-minute color picture created by Milner-Fenwick Productions for the principal attraction in Maryland's Pavilion theater.
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U. S. Rubber sponsored the film; it is narrated by Arthur Godfrey and shown on a Bauer 16mm sound projector.
Theater Entrance

Above (right) and below: entrance and interior of Maryland's theater.