8049 Frankford Avenue,
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Architects: William Harold Lee
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Holme Theatre
The Holme Theatre, designed by William H. Lee in 1929, was an Art Deco style movie house that could seat well over 1,300. The theatre stood on Frankford Avenue near Rhawn Street. In its last few years (1946-51) it was called the Penypak Theatre (after nearby Penypack Park). After closing as a theatre in 1959 it served briefly as an auction house. Since then a number of businesses have used it, and in 2015 it is a Pizza Hut and a Dollar Tree store.
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