Union Theatre

10508 Union Avenue,
Cleveland, OH 44105

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Previously operated by: Selected Theatres Co.

Architects: Ralph Martin Hulett

Functions: Church

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The Union Theater in the late '30s.

Located at Union Avenue and E. 105th Street. The Union Theatre was opened in 1917. It was still open in 1952, but had closed by 1955.

Not to be confused with the much larger Union Square Theater at Union Avenue and E. 116th Street

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on August 28, 2018 at 6:07 pm

The Cleveland Landmarks Commission lists the Union Theatre at 10506 Union Avenue as a 1917 project designed by architect Ralph M(artin) Hulett (PDF here.) The document attributes two other Cleveland theaters to Hulett: the Reel Theatre, 2049 East 9th Street (1914) and the Gaiety Theatre, 1746 East 9th Street (1917.) Both have been demolished. He also designed two theaters in Akron, Ohio.

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