107 Crawford Street,
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The Rose Theatre was opened in 1927, and was managed in the early years by Nat Williams. Silent films were accompanied by a five-piece orchestra.
The facade of the Rose was a three-story affair with a Spanish Tile half-roof. Two large French doors with keystone headers were placed at the second story, and two canopied windows appeared directly above the French doors on the third story.
The Rose had a balcony and a competely rigged stage with a flyhouse.
It is especially tragic that the Rose fell to the wreckers in Thomasville—a city known internationally for its preservation activities and an award-winning and highly successful Main Street program.
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