East Lake Theatre, 1537 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Razed)

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East Lake Theatre (Razed)

East Lake Theatre-1953 (mnhs. org)
1537 E. Lake St (Google-2011)
Address: 1537 Lake Street E
Neighborhood/s: Powderhorn Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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State/province
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Hennepiin County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: Abt. 1914
Historic Function: Theater/concert hall

Powderhorn Park Minneapolis Hennepiin


The East Lake Theatre was a 525 seat neighborhood theater, in business from about 1914 to the mid 1950s. The Lake Amusement Company was the owner of the East Lake Theatre along with the Lake Theatre (27th & Lake St) and El Lago Theater (36th & Lake St). The location is now the drive-thru of the Franklin Bank.

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