217 W. Franklin Street,
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Firms: Stophlet & Stophlet
The Ohio Theatre was a real old timer and few are aware that it ever existed. The Ohio Theatre was opened in 1920 and was designed by Toledo, OH architectural firm Stophlet & Stophlet. On October 9, 1943 it was destroyed by fire.
It was rebuilt and although it was small with seating for 300, it was very popular and specialized in Saturday westerns and serials. The Ohio Theatre was yet another casualty of the introduction of television.
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