Loveday Opera House - East Jordan MI

Address: 209 Main Street
City: East Jordan
State: MI
Zip: 49727
County: Charlevoix
Open: 1899
Capacity: 800
Owner History: Douglas C. Loveday
Theater Type: N/A
Number of visits to this page: 12495

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General Information:

Loveday Opera House was built by Douglas C. Loveday. He immigrated from Barnstable, Devonshire, England. The opera house cost $5,000 to build and held 800 people. It was built in 1899. Later this opera house was used as the Temple Theater which is featured on this site here. Looking at current street views, it seems the building is now demolished.

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Info Updates:
5/5/2015 - Bob Loveday
Douglas Charles Loveday was my Great x2 Grandfather's brother. Yes he built Loveday Opera House in 1899 - He was actually born Oct 15 1840. I can send you things pertaining to the Opera House, or him, or both, but I would have to have an email address that I could add attachments to.
3/28/2013 - Jason
This was actually called Loveday Opera House after the man who built it (Douglas C. Loveday). He immigrated from Barnstable, Devonshire, England and was born October 15, 1840. The opera house cost 5,000 to build and held 800 people. It looks like it was built around 1899??.
Loveday Opera House - 1912 From Paul
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