10 N. Washington Street,
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A Lyric Theatre was found in a local directory as early as 1911. The Spokane Daily Chronicle reported on July 6, 1928 that a bomb went off in the Lyric Theatre causing extensive damage. The owner was unable to supply the police with information on the perpetrator and it appears that the Lyric Theatre never opened again as a theatre.
From 1928-30 it was listed in the Film Daily Yearbook with 300 seats but was removed from the Yearbook listings by 1931.
In 1932 a church was mentioned as using the old Lyric Theatre, which was located in the Lindelle building. In 1948 a military surplus store, operated by army veterans, moved into the location. In January of 1963 the deed to the building was conveyed to the city and the site razed. Since the early-1970’s it has been a parking lot.
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