126 W. State Street,
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Lang’s Dreamland Theatre was opened prior to December 1911. It was listed in the 1914-1915 edition of American Motion Picture Directory. By March 1916 it had been renamed New Dreamland Theatre. The New Dreamland Theatre was closed in June 1918.
It was reopened as the New Gem Theatre on July 4, 1918 by Charles T. Nickum who had been operating an earlier Gem Theatre at 241 N. Union Street. The Gem Theatre is listed in the 1928 Film Daily Yearbook with 500 seats. By 1930 it had been renamed State Theatre and had been taken over by Warner Bros. Circuit Management.
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