10 S. Shumway Avenue,
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Originally built in 1880 to house a music hall, it opened as a skating rink. In 1912 it was converted into an opera house and in 1917 it became a movie theater named the Vanity Theater.
In 1939 it was re-named the Capitol Theater and by 1950 it is operating as the Batavia Theater. Closed in 1953, the building served various retail uses before sitting vacant for many years. In 2010, it was transformed into offices for an architectural engineering firm.
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