National Theatre

402 Main Street,
Woodland, CA 95695

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The National Theatre opened in 1922. It was destroyed in a fire in April 1936.

Contributed by Ken McIntyre

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on August 22, 2014 at 11:09 pm

This item from the May 21, 1921, issue of Building & Engineering News could have been about the house that became the National Theatre:

“Construction To Start Immediately THEATRE. ETC. Cost. $85,000

“WOODLAND, Yolo Co., Cal. West Main Street. Brick drama and motion picture theatre and store building, 40x160. seating 900 persons. Owner — W. W. Stuart Webster. Architect & Contractor — E. L. Younger Porter Bldg., Woodland, Calif. A Robert Morton organ to cost $15,000 has already been purchased.”

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