Cadman Plaza E and Tillary Street,
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This was a famous downtown Brooklyn theatre at the end of the 19th Century. The Columbia Theatre was located at 275-281 Washington Street at Tillary Street. It opened on March 7, 1892. It was briefly renamed Alcazar Theatre in 1905-1906 when it became a burlesque theatre. Renamed Columbia Theatre, it showed silent films off and on after 1908 and was taken over by Loew’s Inc. in 1909, but was never rigged for sound and closed in 1914.
It was torn down in 1919 to make way for the expansion of the main Brookyn Post Office.
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