326 N. 3rd Street,
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Firms: Oppenhamer & Obel
Styles: French Renaissance
Previous Names: Stuart Theatre
The Stuart Theatre was opened January 1, 1920 with 1,197 seats. It was decorated in a Franch Renaissance style and was equipped with a Bartola pipe organ. It was taken over by Saxe in 1926 and they hire architectural firm Openhamer & Opal to renovate the theatre. It reopened on September 4, 1926 as the Wausau Theatre with Mary Pickford in “Sparrows”. The Bartola pipe organ had been replaced by a Barton organ.
It was taken over by the Fox Wisconsin Circuit in 1929 and was closed on July 28, 1960 with Paul Newman in “From the Terrace”. It was converted into a Woolworth store.
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