Bon Ton Theatre
45 Newark Avenue,
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Architects: John Bailey McElfatrick
Firms: J. B. McElfatrick and Sons
Previous Names: Grand Opera House
The Grand Opera House was opened September 14, 1891. It was renamed the Bon Ton Theatre by 1896. It became a cinema in January 1916. It was destroyed in a fire on May 28, 1917. At the time of the fire, an article in the New York Evening Telegram states that the Bon Ton Theatre was a motion picture theatre with two balconies and the fire had started inside the theatre.
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