53 3rd Street SW,
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Architects: Joseph E. Nason
Previous Names: State Theatre
Built on the site of the Lounge Theatre. The first State Theatre in town was opened January 27, 1928 with “The Better Ole”. It was equipped with a Page organ. In May 1928 it had a new operator and was renamed Huron Theatre. It was part of Minnesota Amusements in the late-1940’s, headquartered in Minneapolis. President was Harry French. The chain operated theatres in Minnesota, the two Dakotas and Wisconsin.
The Huron Theatre was closed following a fire on January 19, 1957 and was demolished in 1959.
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