71 W. Lincolnway,
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A report in the Economist, February 14, 1920. Page 382
‘Theater, Store and Office Building’
Architect Henry L. Newhouse, 4630 Prairie Avenue, is receiving bids on a two-story building, 72x82, to contain a modern theater with a seating capacity of 1,500, and stage, four stores, and fifteen offices, to be erected at a corner of W. Lincolnway and Lafayette Street in Valparaiso, Indiana, for the G.G. Shauer & Sons Company of that town. The theater will be fireproof reinforced concrete construction, with steel trusses, and the building will have pressed brick and stone front, steam heat, tile flooring, and will cost $ 100,000.
Later renamed Premier Theater, it was closed in 1981.
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