Information for this tour was contributed by Chuck McLaughlin.
The Grand Opera House was located in the Hyde Block in the upper Pierre Street area, in the same building that the Corner Drug is in, although it was down the hill towards the alley. The Opera House was opened and operated by the Hyde family for many years. In the 1940s, the State Theatre Company took it over and the name changed to the Grand Theatre. The Grand Theatre was later remolded into the Studio Theatre. The Grand was the only theatre in town from the time the old State burned down, and the New State was built. The name has again changed, reverting back to the Grand Opera House.
August 2003 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
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