6222 W. Maine Street,
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The Idaho State Historical Society notes that Henry Krech built the first store in Spirit Lake in 1907 and in the 1920’s it became the Cozy Theatre.
The Spokane Daily Chronicle reported on April 24th, 1928, that the Cozy Theatre was reopening after being destroyed by fire the previous December. The Film Daily Yearbook of 1928 listed it with 200 seats while the FDY of 1945 listed it with 249 seats. In the early-1940’s it was listed for a while as the Family Theatre.
In May of 1978 the Chronicle reported that the building was being reopened as a laundromat and the owner had found the original Cozy sign, which he placed on the building. The Spirit Lake Historic District, which includes Maine Street, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
It’s the second building from the corner of 4th Street and Maine Street, between Old West Hardware Co. and Jo’s Hole Saloon. According to the Chamber of Commerce listings, C’s Train & Antique Shop was the occupant of the building in 2013. Flickr also has some very good photos of the building.
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