318 W. Seventh Street,
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This Palace Theatre was the first theatre in Los Angeles to have this name. It was built in 1910 in the 300 block of West Seventh Street, on the south side. It’s location was across the alley immediately west of Loew’s State Theatre.
The two theaters were never neighbors, though. In 1920, before the Loew’s State Theatre was opened, the Palace Theatre was remodeled into retail space for the Vogue Millinery Company and the Model Cloak and Suit House. The building still exists today as a GNC General Nutrition Center store.
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