American Music Hall
The theater was known as the American Music Hall when it opened in 1908. With new ownership in 1915, came the new name the Lyric Theatre.
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The building was purchased by the Newark News in 1956, and they continued to show films until 1964. It was demolished in 1965.
Morrison, Craig. Theaters. W.W. Norton & Company, 2006, p. 128, ART-181.
“The Lyric Theatre, Newark, N.J.” Architecture and Building, v. 41, October, 1908 – September, 1909, p.107-112, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=umn.31951000969825t;view=1up;seq=127. Accessed 2 December 2016.
[Lyric Theatre, Market St. near Broad St., Newark, New Jersey] / AFD 1937. Library of Congress, Photos, Prints, and Drawings, https://www.loc.gov/item/2005676558/
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