1419 N. Capitol Street NE,
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This early Washington movie theater opened in 1914 and was designed by architect B. Frank Meyers, who designed a number of the city’s early theaters. It was located on Capitol Street, near O Street.
The Liberty didn’t survive very long into the sound era of films, closing in 1931. It has long since been demolished.
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