848 Gallia Street,
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Architects: Martin Laurence Millspaugh
Firms: Carmichael & Millspaugh
The largest and finest vaudeville theatre in south-central Ohio, the LaRoy Theatre in Portsmouth, Ohio, was a joint venture of two local businessmen: Simon Labold and Thoms Conroy.
The LaRoy Theatre opened January 11, 1926 with “high-class vaudeville” and silent films. In the summer of 1928 it was taken over by the Schine Circuit Inc. By 1941 it was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp. The theatre was the entertainment showplace of the region until it closed in 1973 for a street-widening program. The final film was “Gone With the Wind”.
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