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From Cinema Treasures
The Jonesville Theater was created for Norman H. Widger by architect Charles Howard Crane. It closes during its initial ten year lease and taken over by Mrs. Alfred C. Lane in 1919 who runs it until collapsing at the Theater on March 10, 1931. Exactly one year later on March 11, 1932, the Theater was destroyed by a massive fire. The Saulk Theatre was built on the site.