63 S. High Street,
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Styles: Italian Renaissance
Max Stearn opened the Majestic Theatre on January 12, 1914 and operated it until 1920. It opened with a seating capacity of 1,012. It was equipped with a Moller 2 manual organ which in 1917 was replaced by a Moller 4 manual 22 rank organ. In 1922 a new 3 manual Moller organ console was installed, while the 22 ranks of pipes were retained. For a time, the Majestic Theatre held out against the installation of sound, calling itself “the shrine of the silent art”.
In 1929, it became an RKO theatre. Later it was taken over by Mid-States Theaters Inc. It was closed December 31, 1949. It was demolished in January or February, 1950.
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