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The Aurora Theatre opened in the fall of 1919, and originally seated 600 patrons, according to an announcement in the November 8, 1919, issue of trade publication Motion Picture News. The first manager of the house was named William L. Snyder.
A Wurlitzer Hope-Jones Unit Orchestra theater organ was installed in September, 1924, to counter the competition from the new Grand Theatre, which was about to open a short distance away in East Greenville.
The Aurora Theatre was in operation until at least 1950. After the theater was dismantled, the last business to occupy the building was a restaurant called Riviera Pizza. The structure survived until October 1, 2007, when it was destroyed by fire.
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