The Green Street Theater (631 Green Street) was originally a live theater and then cinema before going dark. The theater was
razed in 1955 to make room for a parking lot. The collection consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, a scrapbook,
sheet music, and a souvenir program.
The Green Street Theater (631 Green Street) was built in 1865 and destroyed in the 1906 Earthquake. The theater was immediately
rebuilt and served off and on as a live theater or cinema until it was razed in 1955 to make room for a parking lot for the
neighboring Bank of America. In 1929 the show "Easy for Zee Zee" played for a record number of weeks and ended after several
murders including the death of the shows leading man.
1 pamphlet box.
(.25 Cubic Feet)
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