1923 Avenue E,
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Previously operated by: R.M. Kennedy, Waters Theater Co., Wilby-Kincey
Architects: David O. Whilldin
Functions: Medical Center
Styles: Mediterranean Revival
Rectangular two-story brick veneer commercial building originally constructed as a motion picture theatre in the Mediterranean Revival style. Building still stands but was converted for use as a pharmacy circa 1965.
Built as the Ensley Theatre in 1927 and originally housed a Robert Morton theatre organ. The building was remodeled in 1941 and circa 1963.
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A master list of buildings designed by Birmingham architect D. O. Whilldin compiled by Thomas M. Shelby lists the Ensley Theatre as one of his projects.