Palace Theatre

327 Main Street,
Buffalo, NY 14202

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Palace Theatre...Buffalo NY

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The Palace Theatre was opened around the 1920’s. It was a three story building with a vertical two story tall sign outlined in light bulbs. Yellow lettering spelled out ‘PALACE’. Below the sign was an arched marquee outlined in bulbs that extended out over the theatre entrance.

The Palace Theatre was still operating in 1950.

It is not to be confused with the Palace Theater (aka Varsity Theater, Capri Art Theater on Bailey Avenue.)

Contributed by Don Lewis

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TivFan
TivFan on February 6, 2013 at 5:06 am

This theater was located on Main Street (near North Division) at Shelton Square. Photos of this theatre can be seen at wnyheritagepress.org, by clicking on “Shelton Square” on the “Downtown Buffalo” list. The Palace can be seen behind the bus shelter. In one photo, only a partial glimpse can be seen at the extreme left. A postcard shot can be seen by clicking on “Iriquois Hotel”. Scroll down and there is a postcard of Main Street which shows the full facade of the Palace, to the right.

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