Lincoln Theatre

335 6th Avenue,
San Francisco, CA 94118

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Opened as the Richmond Theatre in mid-1911 on the west side of 6th Avenue, between Clement Street and Geary Street. In mid-1913, it was renamed the Lincoln Theatre.

It closed on March 31, 1940, was renovated, modernized, and converted into the Lincoln Bowl, a bowling alley. It has since been torn down.

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AndrewBarrett
AndrewBarrett on April 24, 2014 at 4:46 pm

According to “The Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ” by David L. Junchen, pg. 628, the “Lincoln Theatre” in San Francisco had a two-manual Smith theatre pipe organ.

No other details, such as # of ranks, installation date, or blower serial # are given.

Does anybody know what happened to this organ? Thanks!

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