25 N. Washington Street,
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Styles: Romanesque Revival
Previous Names: Alhambra Opera House
The IOOF Lodge Building was constructed in 1897-1898 and was designed in a Romanesque Revival style by architect John Adam Hasecoster. The ground floor contained the 965-seat Alhambra Opera House. By 1914 it was in use as a movie theatre. It was remodeled in 1940 to the plans of New Castle, Indiana based architect C. Frank Mitchell.
The Alhambra Theatre was closed as a movie theatre in 1966. By the early-1980’s it was briefly in use as a live theatre. The building fell into disrepair and was demolished in the late-1980’s. The site is now a small public park.
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