16th Street Theater
166 16th Street,
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The Universal Theater opened in 1914 and served the community for many decades. A Wirlitzer theatre organ, opus 1678, style 235 was installed in the Universal Theater on 7/23/1927.
It was a small theatre with a church-like facade and started out showing silents with vaudeville acts. By late 1927 it had been renamed the 16th Street Theater. It eventually became a late-run house before closing.
It housed a plumbing business for many years and was demolished in 2004.
Rumor has it that open lot on the western side of the site of the 16th Street was once an outdoor theater.
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