1139 S. Blue Island Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Balaban, H & E
Architects: Samuel Levy
Previous Names: Palace Opera House, Glickman's Palace Theatre
The 1,433-seat Palace Opera House was built in 1908. It was designed by architect Samuel Levy, who would later be part of the Levy & Klein architectural firm. In 1915 it became Glickman’s Palace Theatre. It operated as a Yiddish theatre for a while. In 1935 it was renamed Globe Theatre, operated by the H & E Balaban chain. From 1943 it was operating as a Mexican movie theatre and the seating capacity had been reduced to 850-seats. It was still open in 1951, but was closed soon after. I has since been demolished.
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