222 South Santa Fe Avenue,
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Originally built in 1928 to house the Limon-Bell Tire company which occupied the building until October 1938 when it was renovated to house the Vogue Theatre.
At its opening the Vogue Theatre presented itself as the “Modern Streamlined” theatre and provided stiff competition for the Fox Watson Theatre, located directly across the street. When the Dickinson Theatre chain did not renew the lease the accounting firm of Clubine and Rettele, located next door north expanded into the theatre space.
All that remains of the theatre today is the original streamlined Art Moderne marquee.
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