2212 W. Greenfield Avenue,
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The Greenfield Theatre opened in 1910 and was designed by architect Arthus Kienappel. It was remodeled in 1923 and renamed Pastime Theatre. It suffered minor damage from a bomb explosion in June 1930. From the early-1930’s until closing in 1957 it was known as the Abbey Theatre. It then became a Sons of Norway Lodge. In recent years it became a community center but was vacant in 2018.
Details from the Wisconsin Historical Society.
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