The door straight ahead leads to the ground floor, were offices etc were originally.
Inside the front door.
An office to the right.
Small "closets" to hand costumes in
Back out to the hallway
I don't know if this room was origially a large open roomn like this or not. If it was it may have been whEre the operators worked maKing the phone connetions. "Number Please." The odd thing about this building was the walls looked to be concretre and it had sort of brick like looking ceilings, at least in the rooms we were in on the third floor.
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