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Mountain View Theatre, 228 Castro Street
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The Mountain View Theatre was opened in 1926 and was built by the Minton Lumber Company for Fritz Campen. Located in the 200 block of Castro Street, the theater underwent remodeling in 1962. Due to competition from large theater chains, the Mountain View Theatre closed in 1986. More recently, the building has been used for live concerts and as a nightclub/restaurant. Mountain View, California.
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