928 Noble Street,
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The Noble Theatre opened in 1883 as the Opera House. It was one of the most ornate and distinctive performance halls in the Southeast. During the early-1900’s the theatre transitioned from a live performance venue to a cinema and was renamed the New Noble Theatre. In 1909 it was expanded to the plans of an architect named Oakley, form Montgomery, AL. By the early-1940’s it was operated by Paramount Picture Inc. through their subsidiary Wilby-Kinsey. The theatre was demolished in 1958.
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