1227 N Street,
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Architects: Carl Boller
Previous Names: New Lincoln Theatre, Fox-Lincoln Theatre
Opened May 18, 1925 with Gloria Swanson in “Madame Sans Gene”. The Boller Brothers were the architects of this 1,600 seat theatre (850 orchestra, 750 balcony). R.E. Hall & Company were the consulting engineers. The Lincoln Theatre was operated by Paramount-Publix. By 1957 it was operated by the Cooper Foundation.
It was closed in 1961 and demolished in 1962.
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