22-24 W. Pike Street,
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The Howland Opera House was opened on March 25, 1905 and was reputed to be state-of-the-art with “new type slanting floors” and an 800-pound red asbestos curtain. It cost $40,000 and seated 1,100. Will Rogers played there, among other celebrities.
In the 1920’s it became the Rialto Theatre, with a seating capacity of 2,600 and was renovated in 1923. It was torn down in 1952. The site is now a parking lot.
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