19 Main Street,
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Architects: F. Manson Gilbert
Previous Names: Marble Hall, Riverside Theatorium
Built as the Marble Hall in 1850, it was converted into the Riverside Theatorium in 1909 using the second floor. It was remodeled into a in 1912 to the plans of architect F. Manson Gilbert. The Ohio Theater opened on the first floor of the building in 1929. Seating was listed at 800. The Ohio Theater was forced to close in 1937 due to the floods of the Ohio River. The Marble Hall building remained closed and boarded up for sometime following the floods and has since been demolished. Where the Ohio Theater once stood is now a plaza in front of new modern buildings.
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