750-52 N. Clark Street,
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Opened as Immenhausen’s Theatre in 1913, it was designed by the firm of Walker and Lowell and designed in the Georgian Revival style. Later in 1913, it was renamed the Standard Theatre. The theater was located on Clark Street at Chicago Avenue, in Chicago’s Near North Side neighborhood.
In the 1960’s, the Standard Theatre closed, but was reopened in 1969 as the Le Image Cinema, showing art and foreign fare. It was screening gay porn by the early-1970’s and closed in the very early-1980’s as the Image Cinema.
Today the building houses a liquor store.
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