254 Chestnut Street,
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The Park Theater opened in 1922 for vaudeville only. It later began screening films.
In 1946, it was remodeled to the plans of architect Victor A. Rigaumont. Additions to the decoration of the auditorium were 12 murals and 32 smaller panels, as well as a large ‘Mural of the Ages’ above the proscenium, which were all the work of William A. Karuso, a Hungarian born, US trained artist.
The Park Theater was closed in March 1958, and was converted into a bank.
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