Information for this tour was contributed by Darren Snow.
This theater was the initial component of a community center in a park-like development in suburban Minneapolis. Built for $606,000 by the Robbinsdale Amusement Corp., the Terrace seated 1,300. It was designed by Liebenberg & Kaplan, decorated by Martin Seynour, and managed by William Volk. Signage was fabricated by Ettel & Frantz and the Vent & Canopy Co. The theater was featured in the 1952 Theater Catalog.
August 2006 photos from the Carroll H Rasch collection.
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