667 Princeton Avenue (Martin Luther King Boulevard),
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This was a small theatre on Princeton Avenue. The interesting thing is that the theatre seemed to be related to the Rialto on Parkway Avenue. A bicycler would carry the reels between the Rialto and the American. I suspect that the owners of the two theatres only paid for the presentation at the Rialto. The booth in the American remained and was used as the office for the little theatre. The American was not used as a theatre after the 1940s.
The little theatre became a Tracy’s Five and Dime store. It was very crowded with merchandise and narrow aisles. The store retained the sloping theatre floor.
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