Information for this tour was contributed by Cliff Armitage.
The Historic Park Theatre is the oldest theatre west of the Mississippi River that was built as a motion picture theatre that is still operating Film Productions. The Park Theatre was constructed by J.L. Jackson in 1913. It was completed by C.H. Bond in 1914/15. Bond sold the building to Fred Jackson, who operated the theatre until 1922 when he sold it to Ralph Gwynn.
Photos from the Cliff Armitage collection.
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