167 Johnson Street,
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Built and opened as the Opera House on December 5, 1892, it was designed by architect Oscar Cobb. In December 1925 it was renamed State Theatre, but this didn’t last long, as in September 1926 it was renamed Winona Theatre and opened as a movie theatre. It was operated by Minnesota Amusement Co. (Publix) from the early-1930’s, and was remodelled in the late-1930’s and again in 1950 to the plans of architectural firm Liebenberg & Kaplan. It closed on October 16, 1978 with Richard Dreyfuss in “The Goodbye Girl”. It later became a restaurant and bar called Emils. It was demolished in 1990.
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