552 State Street,
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The Oxford Theatre was opened October 9, 1910. It was a vaudeville theatre, but movies were also part of the program from its opening. With its Moorish style exterior and internal ornate plaster decorations by artist George A Forman, it proved to be a popular theatre.It was initially operated by the Ranaea Amusement Co. In 1915 it was leased to Percy G. Williams and became ‘high class photoplay house’.
By 1931 it was presenting burlesque and motion pictures. It was closed in 1945.
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