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Rose Theatre

208 Pennsylvania Ave
Cle Elum WA

Demolished 1918
Record #29621  
 Opened: 1909
 Closed: 1918
 Demolished: 1918
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Information for this tour was contributed by Rosemary Putnam.

The Rose was built in 1909 by James Lane with an admission price of 10 cents for vaudeville entertainment and boxing matches. The theater came to a fiery end after a blaze erupted in debris by the building, causing the famous fire that destroyed a major part of the city.



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Last featured 5/25/2008. Last edited 5/25/2008.

 
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