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Casino Theatre

1912 Photo from the John Stewart collection
702 Congress Ave
Austin TX

Record #24395  
 Opened: 1907
 Closed: 1920
 Demolished: Yes (date unknown)
Architectural Style(s):
National Register:
Current Organ: none
 Also Known As: Human & Costly Theatorium

Information for this tour was contributed by John Stewart.

Opened in 1907 as the Human and Clostly Theatorium, this theater was located at 619 and 702 Congress Ave. and was operated by Chas. G. Human and S. L. and Albert Costley. The name was changed to the Casino Moving Picture Theater in 1909 and was operated by S. L. Costley and Benjamin F. Marshall. Renamed the Casino Theater in 1916, it was operated by Besserer & Marshall until 1918, then operated by J. Lee Costley until 1920, and then B. F. Marshall.

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1912 photos from the John Stewart collection.

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