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Source: Cinema Treasures
Notable only due to the fact that it was one of only a couple of theaters designed by famed Detroit architect Albert Kahn (the National, downtown, is his best known theater in the city). The Jefferson opened in 1914, and could seat 376. Closed by the late 40s, the theater was apparently torn down shortly thereafter.