316 Third Street,
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Built by Robert Davenport in 1910, it operated as the Davenport Theater and then the Pastime Theater until 1916 when it became the Metro Theater.
From 1919 to 1936 it was operated by owner George W. Johnson under a lease agreement with the municipally-owned Auditorium Theater. When the lease arrangement collapsed the Metro Theater business, but not the building, was sold to Eddie Ruben who remodeled it into a stunning streamline Moderne style with 520 seats.
It was operated by Ruben’s Welworth Theaters until 1951. It has been closed since and is now a retail store.
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