107 S. Main Street,
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Built in 1903 as a grocery store/general goods store, it had a small bottling operation at the back. It was one large building which was later divided.
In 1939 it was remodeled in an Art Deco style and it opened as the Howard Theater with Myrna Loy in “Lucky Night”. The theatre had a balcony and a long seating area. Part of the K. Lee Williams Theaters Inc. circuit that operated in Arkansas and Oklahoma.
The Howard Theatre was closed in 1953 when the K. Lee Williams Theaters Inc. opened their new Howard Auto Drive-In one and a half miles north of town and the Howard Theatre sign was transferred to the drive-in. In later years the drive-in was given a new sign.
The building is now in use by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce.
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