127 Elm Street,
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The Lyceum Theatre opened in 1923 at 7 Oak Street. It was remodeled in 1931. Around 1950, the theatre was relocated to 127 Elm Street, in a Quonset Hut style building, where it remained in operation until December 23, 1957 when it closed with “Curse of Frankenstein” and “X for Danger”.
The original Lyceum Theatre on Oak Street later became a Knights of Columbus hall, and the Lyceum Theatre on Elm Street became an American Legion hall after closing. Both remain in these uses today.
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