323 E. Main Street,
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Firms: Weeks and Day
Styles: Spanish Renaissance
Previous Names: Yosemite Theatre, Loew's State Theatre, Fox State Theatre
The Yosemite Theatre was opened on July 6, 1892. It was remodeled by architects Weeks & Day in 1920 and re-named Loew’s State Theatre on November 17, 1920 with Carol Dempster “The Love Flower”. In 1922 it was sold to Fox West Coast Theatres
Listed in the 1941 & 1943 editions of Film Daily Yearbook as the Fox State Theatre with a seating capacity given as 1,510. In the 1950 & 1952 editions it is the State Theatre with a slightly reduced seating capacity.
Following the closure in 1954 of the towns' Esquire Theatre, the name was transferred to this theatre.
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