61 Main Street,
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The Palace, (wow, what a misnomer) was built for a gentleman named Mr. Bondi in 1929. Its life as a movie theatre was extremely short — the theatre was converted to a bowling alley in 1938 and then into office space in 1985. The small marquee and vertical are still intact.
In the long hallway which leads to the small offices (not much bigger than office cubicles) are the original ticket wicket and pictures of the theatre after its conversion to a bowling alley. Probably a cute tiny theatre judging from what’s remaining; but a Palace it ain’t.
The theatre was the width of four bowling alleys and about fifteen feet longer than an alley. There was a small restaurant in the front part of the bowling alley. In naming his theatre Mr. Bondi exemplified both humor and imagination.
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