Little Seneca Theater

774 Seneca Street,
Buffalo, NY 14210

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In 1912, the Red Jacket Theater opened at 774 Seneca Street. In 1924, George Gammel took over the theater and renamed it the Seneca. Gammel later had a four-theater chain in Buffalo, that did not include this theater.

Around 1930, the name was changed to Little Seneca Theater, to avoid confusion with Shea’s Seneca Theater, that opened up the street. This small, one-story brick theater remained open until around 1956. It was a furniture store in the 1980’s.

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Lost Memory
Lost Memory on February 22, 2008 at 1:29 pm

This is a photo of the Little Seneca Theater when it was used as a furniture store.

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