2768 N. Lincoln Avenue,
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Architects: Clarence Hatzfeld
Firms: Hatzfeld & Knox
Functions: Beauty Salon
Previous Names: Walton Theatre, East Theatre, East End Theatre
This fairly small neighborhood theater opened as the Easterly Theatre in 1915 for the Alfred Hamburger circuit, and was located in Lincoln Park, on Lincoln Avenue, close to the “six corners” of Lincoln and Racine Avenues and Diversey Parkway.
In 1939 it was renamed Walton Theatre, but this was only for a brief time as it was re-named East Theatre in 1941. When it closed in 1951, it was known as the East End Theatre.
The building that once housed this movie theater still stands, and now is home to a hair salon.
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