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A lovely big town theater in a small town built about 1926 at the edge of downtown. The theater is located behind a detached row of storefronts and apartments. The entrance is located on the corner of the block and has a rare curved marquee to match its corner location.
A small lobby leads to the back vestibule of the auditorium. There is a balcony and stage. The Capitol was operated by the ME Comerford chain of Scranton although I am not sure if it was built by them.
The theater was sold by Comerford’s successors to the Capitol Assembly of God church about 1972, which still occupies it today.
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