13 Wallis Street,
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Previously operated by: E.M. Loew's Theaters Inc.
Architects: George Swan
Functions: Live Performances
Previous Names: Fine Arts Theatre
The theatre was managed by Harris and Glover Ware and was named for Lucy Larcom, a 19th Century Beverly writer. It opened as a movie and vaudeville house. Later, it was run by the Ramsdell Brothers and still later by E.M. Loew’s Theatres.
After World War II, it was renamed Fine Arts Theater, and still later went over to XXX films before being acquired by the Le Grand David magic troupe which operates the nearby Cabot Street Theatre.
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