35 North Wyoming Street,
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The Palace Theater opened in March 1909 as both a vaudeville and film theater. Doors from the ticket booth entered directly into the bowl shaped auditorium which had 1200 seats and a decent sized balcony. The main floor was carpeted in rich velvet and the orchestra pit was separated from the audience by a large brass rail. The first three rows of seats in the balcony were upholstered in genuine leather.
The theater was quite successful, but was completely destroyed by an early morning fire in April 1917. The owners planned to rebuild, but never did probably due to competition from the new Feeley Theater across the street.
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