Opened on September 16, 1911, in the Monroe theater district, the National started out as a vaudeville house, switching to movies early in its life. In later years, the National operated as a burlesque house until switching to adult films in the early 1970s under the name of the Palace. The Palace closed in 1975.
May 2002 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
July 2001 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
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