139 N. 11th Street,
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The Temple Theatre was located on N. 11th Street, a block from Garrison Street at North B. Street. Built in 1929 as a Masonic Temple, it had an 800-seat auditorium which was equipped with stage facilities. It had been operating as a movie theatre prior to 1941, when it was listed as (Closed), but had re-opened by 1943 under the direction of Paramount Pictures Inc. through their subsidiary M.A. Lightman. The entrance to the Temple Theatre was via emergency exits to the auditorium on North B. Street. It was taken over by Malco Theatres and they erected a large freestanding sign on the sidewalk of North B Street. The lease on the building to Malco Theatres allowed the Mason’s use of the building at certain times. The Temple Theatre was still open in 1955.
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