Casino Theatre

423 Delaware Street,
Leavenworth, KS 66048

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The Casino Theatre was opened by pioneer movie exhibitor C.F. Mensing in 1908. Mensing later acquired several other theaters in Leavenworth, and the Casino Theatre was closed and replaced by a Masonic Temple by 1920.

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SethG on May 18, 2024 at 11:23 am

Should be listed as demolished. If the address is correct, the 1905 map shows this space as ‘To Be Penny Amusement Parlor’. The space next door at 421 is the Peoples Theatre on that map. By Nov. 1913, this space is vacant, and 421 is selling boots & shoes. Both were part of a large set of three story brick storefronts constructed prior to 1883. The appearance may have been similar to the still extant portion at 417 (419 has been remuddled). The Masonic Temple was constructed in 1914, which involved the demolition of 421-425.

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