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Once a vaudeville theater, the Palace Theater has decayed for past decade

...over Franklin glowed "Spickett's Palace Theater." Back then it was a vaudeville theater owned and operated by John Spickett, complete with high ceilings, a balcony and tiered seating that could seat 700 people."It's just a fascinating...

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In Alaska In 1913, John Spickett's Orpheum Theatre opened at the foot of Main Street in Juneau. In 1937, Mrs. Nell Scott of Seldovia was sworn in as Alaska's...

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In Alaska In 1913, John Spickett's Orpheum Theatre opened at the foot of Main Street in Juneau. In 1937, Mrs. Nell Scott of Seldovia was sworn in as Alaska's...

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In Alaska In 1913, John Spickett's Orpheum Theatre opened at the foot of Main Street in Juneau. In 1937, Mrs. Nell Scott of Seldovia was sworn in as Alaska's...

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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1913, John Spickett's Orpheum Theatre opened at the foot of Main Street in Juneau. In 1937, Mrs. Nell Scott of Seldovia was sworn in as Alaska's...

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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1913, John Spickett's Orpheum Theatre opened at the foot of Main Street in Juneau. In 1937, Nell Scott of Seldovia was sworn in as Alaska's first...

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...Street. When it opened in 1916 as the 650-seat Spickett's Palace Theatre, it was the fourth movie house in town. John Spickett, who also ran the two Orpheum theaters in Juneau and Douglas, competed with W.D. Gross for Juneau's silent film...

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Palace Theatre to shut down

...Street. When it opened in 1916 as the 650-seat Spickett's Palace Theatre, it was the fourth movie house in town. John Spickett, who also ran the two Orpheum theaters in Juneau and Douglas, competed with W.D. Gross for Juneau's silent film...

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