109 N. Elm Street,
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In September 1922 Grover Campbell purchased the Strand Theater from Lee Poole who had opened it in November of 1920. Campbell remodeled the theater and renamed it the Palace Theater. It changed hands once more in 1932 when Interstate Theaters took it over.
Intersate remodeled it into a top rate attraction which had a twenty four year run and closed in 1956. The Palace Theater stood door to door with the Dreamland Theater and Texan Theater on what was known as "theater row" on Elm street.
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