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Orpheum Theatre

118 N Howard St
Spokane WA

Demolished 1958
Record #33119  
 Opened: 1917
 Closed: Yes (date unknown)
 Demolished: 1958
Capacity: 1253 seats
Architectural Style(s):
National Register:
Current Organ: none
 Also Known As: Pantages

Information for this tour was contributed by James Hulsey.

The Pantages Theatre, also known as the Orpheum, was built in 1917 on the 100 block of Howard street. It changed its name to the Orpheum in 1930 and converted entirely to movies in 1932. It was torn down in in 1958. The site now consists of the Parkade Plaza and Rite Aid Drug Store.


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Last featured 4/19/2009. Last edited 4/19/2009.

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