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Strand

17 Patton Ave., Asheville, North Carolina

Dates of Operation 1915* - unknown
Performance Types movies
Capacity 375 (1926*)
Racial Policy presumed white
Descriptionadmission price: 5 and 10 cents
Noteschanged opening year based on Ad from Asheville Citizen, September 29, 1915
Building Notesone story
Associated Persons
NameRole
Layne, R. Henry manager (1920*)
Moyers, Haller P. manager (1919*)
Stewart, J. P. musician (1920*)
Associated Organizations
NameRelationship
Blomberg Amusement Company unknown
Strand Amusement Co. unknown
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Newspaper Clippings

  1. Strand - Ad - first ad
    Asheville Citizen - 9/29/1915
    Tags: admission price; film title; music
  2. Majestic - Ad - A Sparkling Musical Comedy and Vaudeville Treat The "Honeymoon Limited"
    Asheville Citizen - 4/15/1926
    Tags: film title; hours of operation; music; vaudeville
  3. Princess Theatre - Ad - first ad
    Asheville Citizen - 4/15/1926
    Tags: admission price; film title
  4. Strand - Ad - The Barrier by Rex Beach
    Asheville Citizen - 4/15/1926
    Tags: film title

City Directories

  1. City Directory of Asheville, N.C., 1916.
    unknown publication - 1916