219 W. 6th Street,
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The Cozy Theatre was built inside former retail space. It was a small theatre, probably furnished by a local interior decorator who did a nice job on limited funds. It was opened December 14, 1914. A large concession stand dominated a cramped, narrow lobby.
The auditorium, fashioned to resemble a tent with canvas wall panels and a flax covered ceiling, was of the “reverse” floor plan, meaning the projection booth was situated in the rear of the auditorim, the screen backed up to the lobby wall, and seats faced entrance doors.
Around 1937 it was renamed Rex Theatre. It was listed as (Closed) in 1941-1943) and possibly never reopened.
The space became a jewelry store until the building burned down in the mid-1990’s.
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