1650 W. Roosevelt Road,
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This small Near West Side theater, seating just under 300, was designed by architect Alexander Levy in 1910. It was located on Roosevelt Road, between Ashland Avenue and Paulina Street, near the present-day Chicago campus of the University of Illinois.
During the 20s, the Marks Brothers circuit operated the Marshfield.
After closing as a movie house, the former Marshfield was converted into a community center, which it served as much longer than it did a theater.
It was razed in the early-to-mid 90s, and a parking lot for a strip mall is on the site of the theater today.
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