Aloha Theatre

Aloha, WA 98571

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The Aloha Theatre was in operation in this small lumber town at least through 1930.

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JackCoursey on May 29, 2022 at 7:41 pm

Made a visit to Aloha, WA today. One can drive through this town and never know it existed. What did exist was a small lumbering community that was once home to Aloha Mill & Lumber Company, founded by R. D. Emerson and W. H. Dole in 1905. The name, a Hawaiian greeting, was chosen by members of the Dole family, who were landowners and business people in Hawaii. Hit hard with the depression, the theatre and many of the businesses in the area shut down in 1930 never to return again. Of what did exit where mostly building built on the fly almost with the intent of only being there temporary.

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