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1900 West Highway 89
Logan, Utah
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Salt Lake City, Utah

The Colonial Theatre was built by the Auerbach brothers in 1908 at a cost of $150,000 to show plays by traveling companies with the Northwestern Theatrical Association.  The interior was decorated with ivory and gold, with green sidewalls, carpets and draperies.  It had a seating capacity of 1936, with box seats and two balconies.  It showed movies as the Victory Theatre.  About 1942 it was destroyed by fire.

 
 
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The concrete screen tower of the Drive-In has been painted white and serves as a sign for Utah State University.  The drive-in sits alongside the highway to Logan.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 26 April 2003

Drive-In Theatre
1900 West Highway 89
Logan, Utah
 
Status:
Closed 
Open:
Before 1955  
Closed:
After 1969