320 S. Main Street,
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The Kansas Theatre was built in 1940 for Charles Barron, and was located almost directly across the street from his Barron Theatre. The new house was designed in the Art Moderne style by Winfield, Kansas, architect William N. Caton.
In 1944, Barron sold both of his theaters in Pratt to the Commonwealth Amusement circuit. The Kansas Theatre was in operation at least as late as the early-1950’s. Today its building houses the offices of the Pratt Tribune, but its theatrical past is still recognizable in the facade.
Charles Barron had operated an earlier Kansas Theatre in Pratt in the 1920’s. Additional information about either of these theaters would be appreciated.
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