3640 Georgia Avenue NW,
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Architects: Reginald W. Geare
The York Theatre was opened on November 27, 1919 with Douglas McLean in “23 and a Half Hours Leave”. There were 1,000 seats, all on a single floor. It was equipped with an organ, which was opened by organist Raymond E. Rapp. Later operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management, in early 1951 it was sold to District Theatres. It was closed in May 1954. In May 1957 it was sold to the National Evangelistic Center and has become a church.
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