Princess Theatre

112 S. Anderson Street,
Elwood, IN 46036

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Princess Theatre

The Princess Theatre launched in a retail building saying back to the R.L. Lesson store in 1882. 25 years later, it was home to the Princess Theatre launching in 1907 in downtown Elwood. The thirty-year lease ended for the Princess Theatre in 1937. Warmly remembered, its name would be fused into the Royal Princess Theatre in 1960.

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SethG on July 11, 2020 at 6:13 pm

Address is wrong, and this has not been demolished. The syntax in this entry is a bit weird, but I assume the building ‘dated back to’ 1882. It certainly appears on the 1892 map. The correct address is 112, and the building was there as of the 2018 streetview, when it was vacant. It had indeed originally been a store, and the masons met on the second floor for some time.

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