170 Johnson Street,
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The State Theatre was the largest of the six theatres during the heyday of movie theatres. It was opened as the Apollo Theatre in January 1926, with seating listed at 1,160 in its Atmospheric style auditorium. It was across the street from the smaller Winona Theatre that opened in the same year. Within six months it was taken over by Publix and renamed State Theatre. It was remodelled to the plans of architectural firm Liebenberg & Kaplan in 1929, and again in 1935. In 1935 through to its closing it was operated by Minnesota Amusement Co.
The State Theatre closed in the 1970’s and from what I could find it has since been demolished. Any further information on the State Theatre would be appreciated.
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