110-14 N. Main Street,
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Built for Olin Giese in 1920 as the Oh Gee (taken from Giese’s initials), this theater on Main Street sat around 700. It was very short-lived, however, due to competition from the larger and fancier Wildey Theatre, and closed in less than two years.
Seventeen years later, the long-disued theater was remodeled and reopened as the Lux. It remained in operation until the late 50s, and afterwards was converted over to retail use, which it continues to be used for.
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