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Palace Theatre

1994 Photo from the John Lewis collection
117 W Broad St
Quakertown PA 18951

Record #26312  
 Opened: 1920
 Closed: Yes (date unknown)
 Current Use: Retail
Capacity: 686 seats
Architect(s): Jerome S Landes
Architectural Style(s):
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Current Organ: none
 Also Known As:

Information for this tour was contributed by Ed Buchinski.

The Palace was the first theater built by Souderton PA Architect, Jerome S Landes. In 1922, his second, the Broad Theatre in Souderton PA opened, and in 1924 his Grand Theater in East Greenville opened.

Only the Grand remains in operation.

The Palace has been home of Dimmig Appliance since its closing sometime in the late 1950s. The appliance store has many old posters to celebrate the life that the building once supported. The Palace and the Broad were both located less than a block on the same railroad line, the Reading Railroad Bethelehem - Philadelphia line.

The Palace and Broad theaters were extremely similar in appearance, size, and design.

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February 2013 photos from the John Lewis collection.

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November 1994 photos from the John Lewis collection.

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