1124 South Street,
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Built in 1889 as a church. It was converted into the Gayety Theater by architects Rowe & Dagit. Later renamed Gibson’s Standard Theater, it was closed in 1935, but later reopened after alterations had been carried out by architect Angus S. Wade. Closed again in 1954 when it suffered hurricane damage, it was demolished soon after.
The former location is now a vacant lot. There is a historical marker at the location which may refer to this theater.
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