200 Whitfield Street,
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Functions: Office Space
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Enfield Theatre
This theatre is a modest streamline structure located on the corner across from ‘downtown’. It’s not clear when it was constructed, but the 1921 map shows a house on this corner. The style would indicate sometime around 1940. It was operating as the Enfield Theatre by 1938. By 1940 it had been renamed Levon Theatre.
The one oddity is that due to the angle of the intersection, the front is not aligned 90 degrees with the side walls.
The Levon Theatre was still open in 1957. It has been long closed, and the marquee has been removed. Plate glass now covers the ground floor, and the interior appears to have been chopped up into offices, which are shared by the city and the local community college.
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