2217 N. 29th Street,
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Styles: Colonial Revival
The Jefferson Theatre was built in 1913 and designed by architect John D. Allen. The theater seated 935 and stood on 29th Street near Susquehanna Avenue. The Jefferson Theatre was remodeled in the early-1920’s, and again in 1926 when the seating capacity was increased to 1,000 by architect William H. Lee. In 1927 it was operated by Green & Altman. It was later taken over by Warner Bros. Circuit Management. It was equipped with a Pacent sound system around 1930, but had closed by 1931. Warner Bros. were still listed as the owners in the 1941 & 1943 editions of Film Daily Yearbook, but it was still (Closed). Today it is home to a church.
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