101 E. Center Street,
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The Herker Opera House was opened on the second floor of the building in 1895. It also went by the name Hersker’s Family Theater. It was a large four-story vaudeville house that was built directly off the railroad tracks (in rear of the building) enabling easy access to sets and other theatrical material traveling by rail. By 1909 it had been renamed Family Theater. It was remodeled in 1922 to the plans of Philadelphia architect Benjamin Rush Stevens. It was later renamed State Theater.
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