Information for this tour was contributed by Darren Snow.
Established in the mid-1920s at 210 N. Main, the Radio Theater was founded by the Brown family and later run by Don Landers, who bought another theater in another town for spare parts. He and his wife Mable ran the Radio until it closed in the 1970s. In the early years, the proprietors had a mobile unit they took around to show movies in other towns without a permanent cinema.
January 2015 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
Photos from the Darren Snow collection.
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