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Finally found: the address of the Lyric Theatre at 132 N. 13th, with 847 seats.
The Lyric was demolished in 1927 to prepare the site for the new Stuart Theatre. News clippings are in photo section.
Closed May 4, 1971.
The Nebraska/Orpheum was at 1146 P Street, NW corner. Two images of Sanborn Maps in photos section show it as the Orpheum and later as the Nebraska. Panera Bread is on the corner today.
According to the Sanborn Insurance Maps of 1944 (see photo), the Liberty theatre was located at 309 Hobson Way.
The Rex Theatre was found on the Sanborn Maps of 1950 (see Photo section) at 1425 S. Main.
According to the Anderson Daily Bulletin on 12/06/2009, the Colonial Theatre at 2307 Columbus Ave opened as the Kaybee in 1928 and was renamed the Colonial in 1937. It was razed in February 1974.
Two stories from the Anderson Daily Bulletin are in the photo section. The Riviera was located at 1135 Meridian Street. Built in 1919 and demolition began in November of 1980.
Facebook lists Tell City Cinema at 122 US Highway 66 E
Closed January 15, 2016
The Blue Hen Mall at 655 Bay Road is currently home to Delaware Health and Social Services.
Ad for Meginnis & Schaumberg, Architects in photo section.
According to the Brownfield News, Earl Jones opened the Rialto on May 7, 1925.
The theater was featured in July 1995 issue of Texas Monthly
According to the Brownfield News, the Regal Theatre opened on February 14, 1951. On June 25, 1970, it reopened as a twin theater designed by Brasher, Goyette and Rapier. Ads in photo section.
On January 21, 1971, the Brownfield News noted that Sammy Jones and his Regal Twin rated a feature article in the January 18 edition of Box Office magazine.
November 19, 2004, was the last day of operation for the Plaza 4. The Lincoln Grand opened the next day
The Lincoln Grand opened on November 20, 2004 with 3,200 seats.
The Rivoli Theatre opened December 14, 1926 and closed June 1, 1971.
Sources: Brownsville Herald; San Benito News
The Capitol Theatre opened February 14, 1928 and closed April 30, 1966. Opening ad in photo section
Architect Jack Corgan designed the Grande Theatre. His ad is in the photo section.
The theater was demolished in January 2016. In operation for more than 12 years and closed for 7 years.
Regal Cinemas are now confirmed
AMC Theatres Completed their Acquisition of Starplex Cinemas on December 16, 2015.
Now an AMC Theatre
AMC Salina 10
Numerous sources in the old Brownsville Herald place the Grande Theatre at 1114 E. Washington. The Alamo Clothing Co., as the signage on building reads, lists their address as 1114 E. Washington. Also listed on the Sanborn Maps of 1949 (See photo section).
1949 news clip now in photo section.
The Queen Theatre opened on February 4, 1926 and was closed by Interstate Theatres on January 5, 1961.
The Architect was W.A. Velten.
Grand opening photo of theatre is in photo section.
Source: Brownsville Herald
Grand Opening ad is now among the photos.
The Lyric was located at 1207 Main Street (Source: Commerce Journal), most recently Kartridge Corner*.
Sanborn Maps also show an unnamed theater at 1207 Main Street.