203 N. Sale Street,
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This theatre appears on the 1929 Sanborn, in a small one story stone building, which appears to have been constructed around 1895 in association with the Masonic Lodge on the corner.
By 1910, it was one of four nearly identical storefronts, and housed a drugstore. While the map shows a consistent height across the little block of storefronts, at some later point the theatre and the space to the east were given a very strange remodel and all the openings were bricked up.
It’s unclear what the status of the building is, but it is not vacant. For some idea of what it probably looked like, the eastern two storefronts appear to be in original condition.
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