Gem Theatre

111 N. Rollins Street,
Macon, MO 63552

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Functions: Office Space

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Gem Theatre

The Gem Theatre was a silent-era venue which launched on February 10, 1910 and ceased operations on January 30, 1926. The building was repurposed for other retail ventures.

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SethG on April 5, 2019 at 8:58 am

Either the address or dates are wrong. There is no theater on the east side of Rollins on the 1916 Sanborn. The building that was then 114 was a tiny jewelers shop, and is now a parking lot behind an ugly ‘60s bank. The current 114 is a florist, and certainly large enough to be a theater, but is noted as a news stand and confectionery. I suggest 111, which is a theater on the 1916 map. That building still exists as some sort of office, but has been badly mutilated by remodels.

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