De Luxe Theatre

287 N. Maria Avenue,
St. Paul, MN 55106

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Previously operated by: Finkelstein & Ruben

Architects: Franklin H. Ellerbe

Functions: Fraternal Hall

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De Luxe Theatre, St. Paul, MN

The De Luxe Theatre opened in 1915 with seating listed at 393. By 1926 it was operated by the Finkelstein & Ruben chain. It was operated by Minnesota Amusement for a while. This was a small neighborhood house.

The theatre closed in 1950 and the building is now used for the Eagles Aerie No.33 FOE.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on June 30, 2014 at 4:19 pm

The De Luxe Theatre probably went into operation in 1915. A Mr. Graham of the De Luxe Theatre in St. Paul was mentioned in the February 19, 1916, issue of The Moving Picture World.

The issuing of the construction permit for the De Luxe Theatre, located on Maria Avenue between Third and Conway Streets and owned by C. L. Graham, was reported in the October 24, 1914, issue of The Construction News. The architect for the project was F. H. Ellerbe.

The firm Franklin Ellerbe founded at St. Paul in 1909 is, after a few name changes and mergers, still in operation as AECOM.

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