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Source: Cinema Treasures
Early 20th Century view of Detroit's original theater district along Monroe Street, including the Theatre Royale and the Liberty Photo courtesy of the Library of CongressThe Liberty was a nickelodeon-turned-silent movie house in the Farmer Street theater row that opened around 1913, and lasted until 1926, closing around the time sound films were being introduced. It sat next-door to the Theatre Royale, or Royale, also on Farmer Street. The entire block of buildings has long since been torn down.