120 Court Row,
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The 1923 Sanborn shows movies being offered in a small wooden one story building. This building may have been associated with the store to the west. Neither one appears on the 1910 map.
This was an extremely crude building for such a late date, even in a small town, and it is long since demolished. I’ve used the address given on the map (the street was then known as Court Place), but it seems to have been just west of the current 104, a small bungalow that was probably constructed soon afterwards. That makes it the parking lot behind city hall.
Note:The 1926 edition of Film Daily Yearbook give the names of three theatres operating in Greenville, KY: Lillian, Pitts & Queen. In 1928 they had been joined by the Mecca Theatre. By 1928 & 1929 only the Lillian & Mecca were operating.
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