706 Scott Street,
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Opened January 2, 1913, the Palace Theatre was the first of WF’s four large theaters with balconies. It was later renamed Majestic Theatre and was closed October 4, 1948. It was the first of the city’s theatres to be demolished, which was in December 1951, in order to provide a parking lot for the Kemp Hotel at 8th Street & Scott Street (itself since demolished for a Holiday Inn).
It was also the only one of the three to operate during the vaudeville and silent film era and thus also had a small orchestra pit and an organ (whereabouts unknown). It was part of the Paramount-affiliated Interstate Circuit, as were the Gem Theatre, State Theatre, Strand Theatre, and Wichita Theatre.
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