123 E. Williams Street,
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This theatre appears on the 1913 map, sharing a long wooden building with a restaurant. The basic structure dated to before 1886, and had been an implement dealership. Gradually modified over the years, by 1907 the western half was a saloon.
A stage and scenery were provided at the rear for live performances. The rear section was quite a bit wider, which must have made sightlines from the rear seats quite poor.
Although the disappearance of the railroad tracks makes placement a bit confusing, this appears to have been demolished long ago.
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