67 Cass Avenue,
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It was built into the mezzanine and first floor of the Daily Monitor-Leader Building, which had been designed by architects Weston & Ellington. The Emsee Theatre opened in August 1946. Seating was provided for 787 in the orchestra level and 276 in the balcony level.
Operating mainly as a second run theatre, it was always independently operated and was closed in 1959. The nine floor building it was in, is now called the Price Building, and lays abandoned.
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