Zelda Theatre

415 Hill Street,
Grafton, ND 58237

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Architects: Theodore B. Wells

Firms: Wells-Denbrook Architects

Functions: Office Space

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Zelda Theatre

The Zelda Theatre opened in 1947. It seated 400 and was open at least into the late-1950’s. The building is still standing.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on August 15, 2017 at 11:56 pm

The records of the Grand Forks architectural firm Wells-Denbrook Architects (Theodore B. Wells and Myron Denbrook, Jr.) list the Zelda Theatre at Grafton, North Dakota, as a 1945 project. Postwar restrictions on building materials could account for the opening of the house being delayed until 1947. The original owner of the Zelda was named Ted Hoffman.

The May 3, 1976, issue of Boxoffice said that Arlo Henriksen, operator of the Strand Theatre in Grafton, had taken over operation of the rival Zelda Theatre from Marvin Agotness.

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