200 N. Water Street,
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Architects: Lee Arden Thomas
Styles: Art Deco
The Palace Theatre opened in 1923 with 500 seats and a Robert Morton 2 manual 4 ranks pipe organ. The organ was removed from the theatre in November 1932 and was installed in the Clough-Barrick mortuary in Salem. It was destroyed by fire in April 1935. A new Palace Theatre was built and opened later in 1935.
The Palace Theatre closed briefly in July/August 2002 to fix its deteriorating roof and ceiling which began endangering the safety of theatre patrons. New carpeting and new seats were also installed. It suffered damage from a fire in 2012. Repairs were carried out and it reopened September 14, 2012. It was still a first-run single screen movie theatre until late January 2023 when it closed.
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