2724 N. Milwaukee Avenue,
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The Harding Theatre was one of the largest of the theatres of the Logan Square neighborhood, originally seating just under 3,000. It was the sister theatre of the Congress Theatre, also in Logan Square, and the Tower Theatre in Woodlawn.
The Harding Theatre, located on N. Milwaukee Avenue between N. Spaulding Avenue and N. Sawyer Avenue, was originally built for the Lubliner & Trinz circuit opening October 12, 1925 with Lewis Stone in “What Fools, Men!”. Within a few years was acquired by Balaban & Katz. The Harding Theatre had a 3/18 Wurlitzer organ which was opened by organist Edward E. House. The Harding Theatre was closed in 1963 and demolished a year later.
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