143 4th Street,
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Architects: Abraham K. Mosley
Previous Names: Rose Theatre
The State Theatre was one of downtown Troy’s many theatres. It was built by the same architect as the American Theatre (Cinema Art) and opened as the Rose Theatre on March 31, 1923. It was operated by the Rosenthal family and all seats were on a single floor. It was later renamed State Theatre. It closed in the early-1960’s and was quickly demolished for a parking lot, which it remains to this day.
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