301 Main Street,
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Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Liberty Theater, Royal Theater
The Seneca Theater at 301 Main Street was built in 1927. When the Seneca Theater opened, it was called the Liberty Theater. This theater was built on the site of a former Opera House that was constructed in the 1890’s. Moving pictures were shown at the Opera House as early as 1909.
In 1927 the decision was made to replace the Opera House with a “modern movie theater”. The Liberty Theater was remodeled around 1951 and at that time the name was changed to the Seneca Theater. This theater remains open today.
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