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The Guyan Theatre opened on April 1, 1950. The facade was decorated in two types of marble facing. There was a centrally place vertical name sign and a V shaped marquee. The semi-circular lobby had a cove around the ceiling edges which containted concealed lighting.
Inside the auditorium, seating was provided in orchestra and balcony levels. Lavish large murals on the sidewalls were the work of interior decorator Hanns R. Teichert Co., and depicted local Indian lore, industry and the Hatfield-McCoy fued. They were illuminated by fluorescent black light.
The Guyan Theatre was demolished and replaced by a parking garage.
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