204 N. Pittsburgh Street,
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The 1908 Sanborn shows this vaudeville theater operating in a deep single-story wooden structure. This was a simple box with a lobby at the front, and a small stage at the rear. Only the back wall is metal clad, and it is noted as offering ‘continuous performance’. It suffered a fire in 1908. The structure was likely originally built around 1896 as a tailor’s shop, and the rear section with stage added on.
By 1914, the small wooden structures had been replaced by a large 2-story McCrory’s 5&10, which may be the existing structure, albeit much remodeled.
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