35 N. Pennsylvania Street,
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Opened on 14th February 1921 as Loew’s State Theatre. It was designed by architect Thomas Lamb, with architectural firm Rubush & Hunter acting as supervising architects. Seating was provided for 1,420 in the orchestra, 100 in the boxes, 108 in the loges and 920 in the balcony. It was equipped with a Moller 3 manual organ. It was remodelled to the plans of Leon Fleischman of architectural firm Lamb & Fleishman and re-named Loew’s Palace Theatre from 3rd March 1928. By 1941 it was known as Loew’s Theatre.
Loew’s Theatre was closed on 12th April 1970.
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