308 4th Avenue E,
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Architects: Franklin Cox Stanton
Styles: Spanish Renaissance
News About This Theater
- Aug 4, 2004 — Avalon Theatre Gutted by Fire!
The Avalon Theatre opened April 26, 1928 with “The Winning of Barbara Worth”. On June 1, 1952, it closed with the double feature of “Ma and Pa Kettle At The Fair” with “The Magic Carpet” and a Tom & Jerry cartoon. It is believed that architect Joseph Wohleb also had a hand in designing this theatre. The building was used as Griswold’s Office Supply store from 1989 until it was destroyed in a blaze on July 31, 2004. The four walls are still standing in 2018.
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