Strand Theatre

107 S. Broadway,
Greensburg, IN 47240

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1936 Greensburg Daily News print ad courtesy Andie Dilkes.

Opened prior to 1926 on the west side of S. Broadway, in the first block off the public square. Located in the first city hall building. It converted from silent films to talkies in March 1929, showing Nancy Carroll & Gary Cooper in “The Shopworn Angel”.

The Strand Theatre was closed in 1941.

Contributed by David Zornig

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SethG on May 13, 2021 at 11:01 am

The correct address today is 107. The building was constructed some time before 1883, when the map shows the northern 2/3 as a ‘Fire Eng. Ho.’, with the foundation of the southern third (to be a hook & ladder house) laid. It was still used as the city hall/fire station on the 1913 map, with an address of 107-111. Unfortunately, no later maps are available online. The building today is office space. I neglected to take a picture for some reason.

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