116 E. Main Street,
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Architects: Harry C. Holbrook
Holding its formal opening on March 14, 1929, the Palace Theatre was Lancaster’s largest and most ornate theatre. It was designed in the Spanish style by Columbus architect Harry C. Holbrook. It was equipped with a Moller theatre organ. One of the partners in the enterprise, Leo Kessel, later operated the Broad Theatre as well.
The Palace Theatre was in operation at least into the 1950’s. It was demolished in the early-1960’s.
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