Little Paramount Theatre

2153 N. Lincoln Avenue,
Chicago, IL 60614

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This small theatre, seating around 300, was opened on Thanksgiving Day 1912 by George I. Wiley, for whom it was named after. It was located on N. Lincoln Avenue between W. Webster Avenue and W. Dickens Avenue in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, not far from today’s popular Oz Park.

Later, it was renamed the Lincoln-Webster Theatre. In April 1934 it was renamed Little Paramount Theatre. The theatre closed around 1951/1952 and is long gone.

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