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CITY DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

1912, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre William and Monroe

1913, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 512 William

1914, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 412 William

1915, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 412 William

1916, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 412 William

1917, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 412 William cor Monroe

1918, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 412 William

1919, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza 412 William

1920, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza 412 William

1921, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 412 William

1922, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 420 William

1923, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 420 William

1924, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 410–412 William

1925, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Plaza Theatre 410–12 William

1927, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Plaza Theatre 410 William

1928, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Plaza Theatre 410 William

1929, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Plaza 410 William

1930, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Plaza Theatre 512 (412) William

TELEPHONE DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

Oct 1917, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787-J

21 Jan 1918, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787-J

20 May 1918, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

1 Jul 1918, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

19 Oct 1918, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

30 Jan 1919, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

20 May 1919, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

15 Oct 1919, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

20 Jan 1920, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

20 May 1920, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

Oct 1920, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William Howard 787

May 1921, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William JE fersn-0787

10 Nov 1921, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William JE fersn-0787

22 May 1922, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William JE fersn-0787

28 Nov 1922, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William JE fersn-0787

12 Nov 1923, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William JE fersn-0787

20 May 1924, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William JE fersn-0787

10 Nov 1924, THEATRES Plaza Theatre 412 William JE fersn-0787


Premier Theatre

1912–1925?



2335 Main Street

ARCHITECT:

MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT:

NOTES: 2 story-tall brick structure. Not listed in Proceedings of the Common Council, 1908–1912.

CURRENT STATUS: Keil’s Bedding Co., Inc., Factory Showroom

REFERENCES:

Insurance Maps of Buffalo, New York (New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co., Ltd., 1900–1914), vol. 4 p. 414.

CITY DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

1912, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2331 Main

1913, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2331 Main

1914, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2331 Main

1915, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2331 Main

1916, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2331 Main

1917, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2331 Main

1918, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2331–2335 Main

1919, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2335 Main

1920, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2335 Main

1921, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2335 Main

1922, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2335 Main

1923, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2335 Main

1924, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2335 Main

1925, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Premier Theatre 2335 Main
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

Jun 1912, THEATRES Crescent 669 -J Premier Theatre 2331 Main

Oct 1912, THEATRES Crescent 669 -J Premier Theatre 2331 Main

Feb 1913, THEATRES Crescent 669 -J Premier Theatre 2331 Main

Jun 1913, THEATRES Crescent 669 -J Premier Theatre 2331 Main

Feb 1914, THEATRES Crescent 742 -W Premier Theatre 2331 Main

Jun 1914, THEATRES Crescent 742 -W Premier Theatre 2331 Main

Feb 1915, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 742-W

Jun 1915, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 742-W

Oct 1915, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 742-W

Feb 1916, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 742-W

Jun 1916, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 742-W

Oct 1916, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

Feb 1917, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

Jun 1917, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

Oct 1917, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

21 Jan 1918, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

20 May 1918, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

1 Jul 1918, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

19 Oct 1918, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

30 Jan 1919, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

20 May 1919, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

15 Oct 1919, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

20 Jan 1920, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

20 May 1920, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

Oct 1920, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main Crescent 466

May 1921, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main CR esnt-0466

10 Nov 1921, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main CR esnt-0466

22 May 1922, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main CR esnt-0466

28 Nov 1922, THEATRES Premier Theatre 2331 Main CR esnt-0466


Allendale

23 September 1913–31 December 1922



The Playhouse

1 January 1923–15 May 1926



Allendale

1927–c. 1985



207 Allen Street

ARCHITECT: Leon H. Lempert II, of Leon H. Lempert and Son Theatrical Architects

ORGAN: (Frank) Beman Symphonie Organ, purchased in 1915, blower serial number C515, 5HP, 16"WP.

NOTE: Fireproof. Front 2 stories tall; stage 3 stories tall. Built by Levin Michaels (Dewey’s father). Not listed in Proceedings of the Common Council, 1911–1913. Extensively remodeled in late 1950s or early 1960s.

CURRENT STATUS: Currently being remodeled.

REFERENCES:

Insurance Maps of Buffalo, New York (New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co., Ltd., 1899–1913), vol. 1 p. 39.

Plan # G51; Permit # 2438539.

Levyn Michaels, 205 Allen, one-story fireproof motion picture theater, $45,000. “Permits Given Eleven Motion Picture Shows. One of New Theaters Going Up at West Ferry and Grant Streets to Cost $90,000, According to Buildings Bureau.” Buffalo Evening News (29 March 1913), p. 14.

“New Theater.” The Buffalo Evening Times (30 March 1913), p. 55.

“The Allendale, Handsome New Photo Play Theater, Soon to Open.” Buffalo Evening News (20 September 1913), p. 14.

“New Allendale Theater.” Buffalo Courier-Express (11 September 1913), p. 56? or 86?

“Handsome New Theater Is Open to the Public.” Buffalo Enquirer, 24 September 1913).

“Allendale Theater Formally Opened.” Buffalo Evening News (24 September 1913).

“Allendale.” Buffalo Enquirer, 3 January 1914).

“Allendale Adds to Orchestra for Today’s Special.” The Buffalo Evening Times (8 March 1914), p. 53.

“Allendale Theater Sold to Newly Formed Company.” The Buffalo Evening Times (7 June 1914), p. 72.

“New Company Buys Allendale Theater.” Buffalo News (7 June 1914), p. 39.

“At the Allendale: Everything New, Manager, Organ and Pictures This Week.” Buffalo Express (14 January 1915), p. 49.

“At the Allendale: . . . Symphonic Organ.” The Buffalo Evening Times (24 January 1915), p. 88.

“Splendid Music Is Allendale Feature.” The Buffalo Evening Times (26 January 1915), p. 95.

“Splendid Music at the Allendale.” The Buffalo Evening Times (30 May 1915).

“Mr. Chas. Bowe to Manage Allendale.” The Buffalo Evening Times (28 November 1915), p. 12.

“Cast Chosen for Players’ First Play.” Buffalo Express (3 December 1922).

“Players Lease Allendale Theater.” Buffalo Daily Courier (24 December 1922), p. 44.

“Allendale Is Taken Over by the Players.” Buffalo Express (14 December 1922).

“Hollywood Revue, Allendale.” Buffalo Courier-Express (16 March 1930), s9p. 10.

Bob Sokolsky. “Group to Stage Plays at Allendale Theater.” Buffalo Courier-Express (6 October 1965), p. 8.



Buffalo Courier-Express (17 September 1968), p. 19.

Buffalo Courier-Express (13 November 1972), p. 79.

Buffalo Courier-Express (14 November 1972), p. 6

Buffalo Evening News (27 September 1974), p. 17.

Sally Fox. “Allendale’s Past X’ed Out by Allentown’s G Whiz Kids.” Buffalo Courier-Express (15 May 1976), p. 12 c. 1–6.

Carol Stevens. “Allendale Fete Aimed at Chills, Ills.” Buffalo Courier-Express (4 March 1982), p. A3.

Rose Ciotta. “Group Hopes for Funds to Buy, Renovate the Allendale Theater.” Buffalo News (23 August 1983).

David L. Junchen. The Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ. Vol. 1. Pasadena, Ca.: Showcase Publications, 1985, p. 90. [MUSIC DEPT. Oversize ML 561 .J86 1985 v.1]

“Allendale Renewal Put at $447,000.” Buffalo News (16 January 1985).

“Remember Allentown” (editorial), BF (21 January 1985).

Tom Buckham and Dan Herbeck. “Wet Snow Collapses Allendale’s Marquee.” Buffalo News (12 February 1985), p. A1–A2.

Tom Buckham. “Loan Action Follows Allendale Accident.” Buffalo News (13 February 1985).

Tom Buckham. “Funding Cuts Delay Allendale Restoration Project.” Buffalo News (?? ???? ????)

“Distressing Condition of Allendale Masks Firm Base to Build.” Buffalo News (25 March 1985).

Norman F. Meyer. “The Allendale: Renovation Would Be a Boon to Business.” Business Journal (6 May 1985), p. 29–30.

“Restoration/Renovation Costs for the Allendale Theater.” Business Journal (6 May 1985), p. 30.

Dale Anderson. “Decisions Give Allendale Theater a More Secure Future.” Buffalo News (8 September 1985), p. E4.

George Gates. “Theater in Allentown Auctioned to Group.” Buffalo News (29 October 1985).

“Allendale Campaign Progressing.” Allentowner Magazine, December 1985), p. 1.

“Behind the Scenes.” Elmwood Metro Community News (3 December 1985).

“Play Planned to Benefit Renovation of Allendale.” ???? (?? ???? ????)

Susan Schulman. “Panel Mapping Fund-Raisers for Allendale.” Buffalo News (???? 1985).

George Gates. “City Auction Offering Bargains, but Allendale Isn’t One of Them.” Buffalo News (?? ????)

Terry Doran. “High Hopes for the Allendale.” Buffalo News (?? ???? ????), p. E1, E3.

George Gates. “Vote Holds Key to Allendale Theater Future.” Buffalo News (?? ???? ????), p. B1, B4.

“Allendale Project Gets $500,000 from the State.” ???? (?? ???? ????)

George Gates. “Coppola, Fahey Scream a Bit over Allendale Theater Plans.” Buffalo News (?? ????), p. C11.

James Heaney. “Council Politics Kill Restoration Planned for Allendale Theater.” Buffalo News (?? ???? ????)

George Gates. “Bell Vote on Allendale Sets Stage for City Ownership.” Buffalo News (?? ????), p. B1, B4.

Terry Doran. “Troupe to Renovate, Lease Allendale.” Buffalo News (2 October 1986), p. B1.

“Opening Act of Allendale Work.” Buffalo News (25 September 1987), p. A1.

Carl Allen. “Council’s Split Takes Center Stage in Allentown Forum.” Buffalo News (6 October 1988).

Phil Fairbanks. “Fahey Rules Out Deal to Fund Renovation of Allendale Theater.” Buffalo News (28 October 1988).

George Gates. “Allendale Theater Group Prods City to Reach Accord on Funding.” Buffalo News (9 November 1988).

“Alternative Plan Offered for Allendale Theater.” Buffalo News (18 November 1988).

“Plans Are Still Stymied for Allendale Theater.” 23 November 1988).

“Allentown Association: A Letter to the Association Membership.” In the Spirit of Things at Allentown West, 30 November 1988), p. 1–2.

Tom Dooney. “Looking for a Miracle on Allen Street.” Arts in Buffalo, 1 December 1988)., p. 1, 11.

Phil Fairbanks. “TOY Objects to Allendale Theater Plan.” Buffalo News (22 May 1989), p. C1, C4.

George Gates. “City Is Suing to Let TOY Run Theater.” Buffalo News (14 June 1989), sB.

George Gates. “Council Authorizes Takeover of Allendale.” Buffalo News (16 June 1989), p. C1, C4.

George Gates. “Allendale’s Owners Plan Strategy Session.” Buffalo News (17 June 1989), p. C1, C4.

George Gates. “City Takes Title to Allendale Theater.” Buffalo News (26 June 1989), p. B1, B9.

Kevin Collison. “Film Fund-Raiser to Aid Allendale Project.” Buffalo News (?? February 1991).

Tom Buckham. “Allendale to House Youth Troupe.” Buffalo News (12 December 1995), p. D1, D4.


SOME PROGRAMMES:

“Buffalo Players Debut Tonight.” Buffalo Daily Courier (4 January 1923), p. 7.

“Buffalo Players Prove Big Hit in Initial Performance.” Buffalo News (5 January 1923).

“The Beginnings of Art.” Buffalo Saturday Night, 13 January 1923), p. 3–4.

“Real Stage Star Is Mrs. Chown.” The Buffalo Evening Times (15 April 1923).

“Harvard Glee Club to Give Annual Concert at Elmwood.” Buffalo Daily Courier (17 April 1923), p. 7 (they gave the concert at the Allendale).

“Creator of Uncle Wiggily Will Talk to Children.” Buffalo Daily Courier (22 April 1923), p. 55.

C. Pascal Franchot. “The Community Theatre in Buffalo.” Arts Journal (???? ????), p. 17.

“Garry McGarry Coming.” Arts Journal????, ?? October 1923), p. 6.

“Duncan Dancers to Appear at Playhouse Soon.” Buffalo Daily Courier (30 December 1923), p. 48. Tour of children under Isadora Duncan’s tutelage.

“Ruth Draper Coming with New Character Sketches.” Buffalo Daily Courier (13 January 1924), p. 81.

“Music and Color Mark Opening of Chauve-Souris, Jr..” Buffalo Daily Courier (13 May 1924), p. 5.

Eric S. Snowdon. “On Chooseing Plays and Players.” Arts Journal (?? ???? ????), p. 20–21.

“Music.” Buffalo Daily Courier (16 November 1924), p. 92.

“The Marmeins Coming with Drama Dances to Playhouse.” Buffalo Daily Courier (23 November 1924), p. 51.

“Buffalo Players give ‘Pinafore’ Tomorrow Night.” Buffalo Daily Courier (8 February 1925), p. 68.

“At the Playhouses.” Buffalo Evening News (10 February 1925), p. 18.

“To Launch ‘Pinafore’ on Air at Station WGR.” Buffalo Evening News (11 February 1925), p. 21.

“Playhouse: ‘Meet the Wife’.” Buffalo Evening News (24 February 1925), p. 20.

Ambrose Downs. “The Players in ‘Expressing Willie’.” Arts Journal (?? ???? ????), p. 19.

“The Dallas Players in ‘The No ’Count Boy’.” Arts Journal (15 May 1925), p. 20–22.

Edith Natalie Stark. “What Is ‘The Cue’?” Arts Journal (?? ???? ????), p. 57.

Edith Natalie Stark. “The Buffalo Players’ Plans for 1925–26.” Arts Journal (?? ???? ????), p. 52–53.

“Distinguished Dramatist to Address Buffalo Players.” Buffalo Daily Courier (6 September 1925), p. 49.

“Dr. Anspacker Will Open Players’ Season Wednesday.” The Buffalo Evening Times (6 September 1925), p. 46.

“The Playhouse and the Players.” B.A.C. Backer (1 October 1925), p. 13+.

“Players to Begin Series of One-Act Plays on Friday.” Buffalo Daily Courier (4 October 1925), p. 65.

Jerome Collamore. “The Buffalo Players’ Work Shop.” Arts Journal (?? ???? ????), p. 41–42.

“Yale Players in Comedy Charm Big Audience Here.” Buffalo Daily Courier (24 December 1925), p. 7.

“The Buffalo Players in ‘The Mikado’.” Arts Journal, ?? February 1926), p. 29+.

“Harvard Players Here Tomorrow to Present Play ‘1776’.” Buffalo Daily Courier (18 April 1926), p. 69.

“Hasty Pudding Club Performance.” Buffalo Evening News (19 April 1926), p. 12.

“Harvard Club Gives Play Monday Night.” Buffalo Evening News (19 April 1926), p. 10.

“The Arts Club Players in ‘Skybound’.” Arts Journal, Jun–Aug 26, p. 55.

Lee F. Heacock. “Community or Little Theatre—Which?” Arts Journal, Jun–Aug 26, p. 43+.

“Reorganizing the Players.” Arts Journal, September 26, p. 9.

CITY DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

1914, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Theatre Allen near Elmwood ave

1915, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Theatre Allen near Elmwood ave

1916, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Theatre Allen near Elmwood ave

1917, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Theatre Allen near Elmwood ave

1918, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Theatre Allen near Elmwood ave

1919, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Theatre 207 Allen

1920, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Allen near Elmwood ave

1921, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale The 207 Allen

1922, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale The 207 Allen

1923, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Allendale Theatre 207 Allen

1924, THEATRES: Playhouse The 213 Allen

1924, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Playhouse The 213 Allen

1925, THEATRES: Playhouse The 207 Allen

1926, THEATRES: Playhouse The 207 Allen

1927, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Allendale Theatre 207 Allen

1928, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Allendale Theatre 27 Allen

1929, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Allendale The 209 Allen

1930, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Allendale Theatre 203 Allen

TELEPHONE DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

Feb 1914, THEATRES Tupper 4506 -W Allendale Theatre 207 Allen

Jun 1914, THEATRES Tupper 4506 -W Allendale Theatre 207 Allen

Feb 1915, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Jun 1915, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Oct 1915, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Feb 1916, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Jun 1916, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Oct 1916, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Feb 1917, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Jun 1917, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

Oct 1917, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

21 Jan 1918, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

20 May 1918, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506-W

1 Jul 1918, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

19 Oct 1918, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

30 Jan 1919, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

20 May 1919, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

15 Oct 1919, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

20 Jan 1920, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

20 May 1920, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

Oct 1920, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen Tupper 4506

May 1921, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen TU pper-4506

10 Nov 1921, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen TU pper-4506

22 May 1922, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen TU pper-4506

28 Nov 1922, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen TU pper-4506

12 Nov 1923, THEATRES Allendale Theatre 207 Allen TU pper-4506

12 Nov 1923, THEATRES Buffalo Players Inc 334 Delaware av TU pper-8850

20 May 1924, THEATRES Buffalo Players Inc 334 Delaware av TU pper-8850

20 May 1924, THEATRES Playhouse The 207 Allen TU pper-4506

10 Nov 1924, THEATRES Buffalo Players Inc 334 Delaware av TU pper-8850


Jubilee Theatre

7 December 1913–____



1884 Niagara Street

ARCHITECT: Max G. Beierl

ORGAN:

NOTE: Built in 1913. Not listed in Proceedings of the Common Council, 1912–1913. Fireproof construction. At one time owned by Sid Cohen.



CURRENT STATUS: Obersheimer’s Sailor Supply, The Marine Shop.

REFERENCES:

Insurance Maps of Buffalo, New York (New York: Sanborn-Perris Map Co., Ltd., 1900–1914), vol. 4 p. 346.

Permit 19 March 1913.

Jubilee Realty company, 1284–1286 Niagara, one-story brick motion picture theater, $20,000. “Permits Given Eleven Motion Picture Shows. One of New Theaters Going Up at West Ferry and Grant Streets to Cost $90,000, According to Buildings Bureau.” Buffalo Evening News (29 March 1913), p. 14.

CITY DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

1914, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1890 Niagara

1915, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1884 Niagara

1916, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1884 Niagara

1917, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1884 Niagara

1918, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1884 Niagara

1919, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1884 Niagara

1920, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1886 Niagara

1921, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1886 Niagara

1922, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1886 Niagara

1923, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1886 Niagara

1924, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1886 Niagara

1925, THEATRES (MOVING PICTURES): Jubilee Theatre 1886 Niagara

1928, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara

1929, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Jubilee 1882 Niagara

1930, MOVING PICTURE THEATRES: Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara

TELEPHONE DIRECTORY LISTINGS:

Oct 1917, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara North 942-W

21 Jan 1918, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara North 942-W

20 May 1918, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara North 942

1 Jul 1918, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara North 942

19 Oct 1918, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara North 942

30 Jan 1919, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara North 942

20 May 1919, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara Bidwell 942

15 Oct 1919, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara Bidwell 942

20 Jan 1920, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara Bidwell 942

20 May 1920, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara Bidwell 942

Oct 1920, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara Bidwell 942

May 1921, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara BI dwell-0942

10 Nov 1921, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara BI dwell-0942

22 May 1922, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara BI dwell-0942

28 Nov 1922, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara BI dwell-0942

12 Nov 1923, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara BI dwell-0942

20 May 1924, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara BI dwell-0942

10 Nov 1924, THEATRES Jubilee Theatre 1882 Niagara BI dwell-0942

The Linden Theatre

1913–1928


New Majestic Theatre

____–____



939 Jefferson Street

ARCHITECT: William J. Kidd

MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT:

NOTES: Built in 1913, fireproof, no stage. 16' lobby, 19' auditorium. Not listed in Proceedings of the Common Council, 1912–1913. Run by the Jefferson Ex. Co. in 1914, and by D.A. Myers Amusement Co. in 1915. Became New Majestic after the Majestic at 148 East Ferry closed. As the New Majestic, it was owned by “the famous Minazackem.”

OTHER THEATRES WITH THE SAME NAME: Not to be confused with the Majestic on East Ferry, or the Majestic on West Genesee.

CURRENT STATUS: Extensively remodeled and enlarged to become the Refuge Temple of Christ Church.




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