314 Main Street,
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Architects: Robert O. Boller
Firms: Boller Brothers
Styles: Art Deco
Replacing the towns' earlier Maple Theatre (former Princess/Orpheum Theatre) at a different location, the Maple Theatre opened on January 10, 1950 with “Challenge to Lassie” starring Edmund Gwenn & Donald Crisp. The architect was Robert Boller of the Boller Brothers in Kansas City. The design was in an Art Deco style. The theatre listed 295 seats when it opened. The Maple Theatre was closed in May 1969 with Julie Andrews in “The Sound of Music”. The building was demolished in November 1994.
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