420 Saint Charles Avenue,
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Firms: Fromherz & Drennan
The Liberty Theatre opened in 1918, next to the St. Charles Theatre (aka Orpheum Theatre), on St. Charles Avenue. It, like the St. Charles Theatre, was part of the Saenger Amusement chain.
The Liberty Theatre closed in 1955, and was demolished a few years later (followed not long afterward by the St. Charles Theatre, which ended its days as a nightclub). The Pan-American Life Insurance Building was later constructed on the site of the two theaters.
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