1102 Main Street,
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Previously operated by: Fox Midwest Theatres
Architects: Charles A. Smith
The Strand Theatre was opened May 15, 1917 with Marguerite Scott in “Snow White”. In 1926, its owner, M.G. Kirkman, opened another theatre, called the Muriel Theatre, across the street.
From September 1929 it was operated by Fox Midwest Amusement Corp. and the Strand Theatre is mentioned in the 1951 20th Century-Fox consent decree. The theatre was closed on April 11, 1950. It was reopened in 1953 and was closed on April 7 1963 with Philip Carey in “Black Gold”.
The building was converted to retail space, and was for a while the location of a Goodwill Store. As of March, 2009, it is vacant. By 2022 it was operating as a bar/special events place named The Strand
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