Downtown Dayton Arcade - Photowoody
Tony Staub and Photographer John Murphy, Co-conspiritors in the case of the Arcade in my quest to make fine art in abandoned places.  In my mind, Tony is a Dayton Hero.  His Brownfield charity accepted the Arcade from Tom Danis in interest of finding someone to redevelop the landmark.  If he had not, the Arcade would surely have become rubble and one more parking garage.  Tony hosted John and me, and others on many tours and visits to the Arcade.  I am grateful.  In the windows are three of my photos which were printed for display by Bob Shiffler.  These images are included on this page.

Tony Staub and Photographer John Murphy, Co-conspiritors in the case of the Arcade in my quest to make fine art in abandoned places. In my mind, Tony is a Dayton Hero. His Brownfield charity accepted the Arcade from Tom Danis in interest of finding someone to redevelop the landmark. If he had not, the Arcade would surely have become rubble and one more parking garage. Tony hosted John and me, and others on many tours and visits to the Arcade. I am grateful. In the windows are three of my photos which were printed for display by Bob Shiffler. These images are included on this page.

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