2220-2222 63rd Street,
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The Columbia Theatre was an early photoplay house which opened November 26, 1913. It was the only theatre ever to serve the Uptown Kenosha business district, and it never converted to sound films. It was a family-operated showplace with a then-typical arched entrance facade. Little is known of the Columbia Theatre and photographs are rare.
It seems to have closed when the production of silent films came to a halt, and it was converted to an upscale restaurant, the Ambrose Fine Foods. It was destroyed by fire in the very early-1960’s and the property was leveled to create a parking lot for a nearby bank.
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