3034 Rose Street,
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Opened on December 25, 1948, the Rose Theatre was one of a number of theatres built in the Quonset Hut-style. It was built and designed by Fairfield Enterprises, Inc. of Chicago, under the supervision of their chief engineer T.J. Theodore. The material used in the construction of the auditorium was aluminium.
A modest neighborhood house, the Rose Theatre was later renamed the Village Cinema and after screening adult movies for a while, it closed in 1981 and was subsequently demolished.
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