107-111 N. 28th Street,
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The Regent Theater opened around 1910 as the Acme Theater. About three years after its opening, the Acme became the Broadway Theater. In 1916 it was renamed the Regent Theater. This appears to be a silent era theater that closed in 1930.
The building that this theater was located in was called the Acme Building. It was a three story commercial building. The building was designed with stores fronting onto the street with the Acme Theater at the rear. Early occupants of the Acme building included a jewelry shop and Tressman’s Millinery. Rooms upstairs were known as the Acme Hotel.
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