266 S. Main Street,
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Architects: Albert Carey Martin
Located in downtown Los Angeles at the intersection of S. Main Street and 3rd Street. The Liberty Theatre was built in 1910 and opened in early-1910. It was still operating in 1926, when the seating capacity was given as 600. It had closed by 1930. It had a very fancy, finely decorated façade which was topped by a female statue (of Liberty?), all removed many years ago.
It is not to be confused with the Liberty Theatre, 136 S. Main Street which had the earlier names of Novelty Theatre and Chinese Theatre and operated into the 1950’s.
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