Opera House Improvements

Box Elder News, 4 October 1906, page 6
The Opera House management is with commendable enterprise having the Brigham play house renovated and painted. Messrs. Nichols and Jorgensen have the contract and they are doing a good job. The interior has already been given a neat coat of paint, the decorative work on the front of the balcony being especially fine. The outside woodwork is being given a much needed covering of paint, while the walls are looking clean and attractive by a coat of tinted calcimine. The Opera House has always been one of Brigham's creditable attractions, and it is gratifying to see that the present management is keeping it in up-to-date neatness and order.