78 Smith Street,
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Previously operated by: Walter Reade Theatres
Architects: Joseph Duke Harrison
Previous Names: Reade's Strand Theatre
Originally the George West Furniture Store which was partially demolished. The 1,300-seat Strand Theatre was opened on October 22, 1917 with Milton Sills in “The Honor System”. It was located near to the Hotel Packer. On June 1, 1924 it was taken over by the Walter Reade chain who were the operators for the remainder of its life.
The Strand Theatre was still open in 1957. The building was gutted and converted into a supermarket.
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