16 East Main Street,
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The independently-operated Main Theatre opened by H.L. McIntyre and R.I. Diffenderfer with the film “Reputation” on August 29, 1921. The silent-era theatre was part of the Exchange Building along with the Exchange Hotel, the Gregory Florist, a basement billiard parlor, Main Billiards, and the Exchange Barber Shop with barbers Spooney Cramer and Frenchie Frare. The Gregory Bros. Circuit took on the theatre and operated to its closure on June 19, 1926 with its final showing of “The Big Show”. Five and dime retailer S.S. Kresge’s took on the Exchange Building forcing the hotel, florist, barber, and theatre out.
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