510 Elm Street,
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Architects: William Harold Lee
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Young's Elm Picture Theatre
Originally opened as Young’s Elm Picture Theatre in 1912. The Elm Theatre closed in 1928 without converting to sound.
It was redesigned by architect William H. Lee in 1938 and reopened on September 24, 1939 with Jackie Cooper in “Streets of New York”. It was operating into the late-1950’s. It was later demolished and replaced by low income housing known as Northgate Apartments.
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