216 S. Main Street,
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The Jefferson Theatre opened as a legitimate theater on November 5, 1905 and was designed by architect James M. Wood. It was destroyed by fire in 1906. A new Jefferson Theatre was built and opened in 1907, designed by architectural firm Patton & Miller. It later turned to movies and was remodelled in 1938 by Chicago based architect Lawrence Monberg or architectural firm Monberg & Wagner. It was later renamed the Goshen Theater. Today the former movie house is home to a church.
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