584 Campbell Avenue,
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The Rivoli Theatre opened on December 25 1926, and was designed by architect Charles H. Abramowitz. Storefront establishments are a tailor, hair salon and a bank. The building is two stories high and although the bank is attached on the right, they have two different facades but are the same building. The second floor is brick with two Ionic pilasters and over each window is a decorative feature of an urn-like cup with squiggly ribbons on each side of it. There is a decorative cornice on the roof in front.
In back is the bank drive-thru and a ladder to the roof. The back has an add on of the first story so it’s like steps. I went upstairs, but nothing like a theatre, just new paint and low ceilings, but they are the originals.
The auditorium has been demolished.
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