327 S. Main Street,
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Previously operated by: Rodgers Theatres
Functions: Fraternal Hall
The Main Theatre opened on Main Street in 1914. In 1922 it was renamed Yale Theatre. In 1933 it was taken over by I.W. Rogers, along with the Lyric Theatre on Vienna Street. During this time, the Yale Theatre was remodeled and enlarged as well as acquiring an ornate marquee and vertical signage. (Rodgers demolished the Lyric Theatre in the late-1930’s, and built a new theater on its site, named after himself, which was razed in 2006).
The Yale Theatre operated until at least the mid-1950’s. It is currently home to a local Moose Lodge.
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