Valley Theater

406 Valley Street,
Dayton, OH 45404

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Functions: Church, Fraternal Hall

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S.J. Rola opened his new $50,000 Valley Theater on June 30, 1920 with Alice Joyce in “Slaves of Pride” supported by a two-reel comedy short. The venue had an events area to host dances and became a long-running fraternal hall first known as the White Eagle Hall in 1926. Charles Pfiefer took over the venue that year. The theater remained silent with Pfiefer closing it on April 17, 1930 and offering the building for sale. The equipment was then sold in October of 1930.

The theater became a full-time fraternal hall and also a place of worship. The building has since been demolished.

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