2106 Church Street,
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The Troy Theater was built in 1940 to serve a town of 2,000 and smaller rural population. It was constructed of Waylite blocks (furnace slag cemented together under high heat and pressure). One unique feature was the installation of 27 love seats (for two), the first of their kind in Wisconsin.
Although touted as a fireproof theater, it was gutted by fire in 1974. The village hall was erected within the remaining outside walls.
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