178 Park Avenue,
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Prior to showing movies the Lyceum Theatre was an established theatre hall. In 1906 it was moved from it’s frontage on Park Avenue to the rear of the property to allow for the contruction of two retail stores. Entrance was then on a narrow walkway between the stores. Movies were only one of the sources of entertainment available. With the opening of the Star Theatre in 1913 the days of the Lyceum Theatre as a movie house were over.
It burnt down in 1915. Attempts to revive the Lyceum Theatre occurred in 1923 and 1924 when movies were shown in the school hall of St. Martin’s under that name.
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