2701 W. North Avenue,
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Architects: Henry L. Newhouse
This large neighborhood theatre, seating 1,906, was built originally for the Schaefer Brothers circuit, opening on November 8, 1917 with Douglas Fairbanks in “The Man From Painted Post”. It was later operated by the V.T. Lynch circuit followed by Balaban & Katz. It was equipped with a Barton 3 manual organ. The theatre also had a dance hall.
It was located in the Humboldt Park neighborhood on W. North Avenue between N. Fairfield Avenue and N. Washtenaw Avenue. The Crystal Theatre closed in the mid-1960’s and was razed soon after closing.
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