23 S. Main Street,
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Architects: Joseph Foucart
Previous Names: Glory B. Theatre
The Glory B. Theatre was opened on October 10, 1917. The famous Glory B. Theatre hosted every sort of entertainment on its spacious stage, such as grand opera, magicians, touring stock, vaudeville, and even small circuses. Of course it also presented motion pictures with and without a stage show. It was closed in 1952 and reopened in 1953 as the Miami Theatre. It was closed on April 30, 1961 with Clark Gable in “Gone With the Wind”. It was demolished in 1966.
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