Glenna Johnston, Orofino; John Werner, Scarsdale, NY; and Chuck Johnson, Fairbanks, AK are the winners.
The Rose Theatre is the answer for Week 129 of Orofino History Trivia, a special feature to celebrate the history and heritage of Clearwater Country. Check each day and we will give you a clue to help you discover the answer.
When you think you know the answer, drop us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include where you are from, if it is out of the area.
Join in the discovery!
Tuesday: Johnson Ave.
Wednesday: Name like a flower
Saturday: The building on the left side of the photo
Monday: Silent movies
Tuesday: Its name rhymes with "pose"
The Rose Theatre was next to Affleck Druggist and Ice Cream Soda Shop in the 1916 Bldg on Johnson Ave. of Orofino. From looking at old maps of business locations at the Clearwater Historical Museum, it does not appear that the theatre was in business very many years. This photos (courtesy of Clearwater Historical Museum) is ca. 1917.
When the photo is enlarged, it can be seen that the movie poster on the right of the building is advertising a movie called "A Girl of the Timber Claims" with the actress Constance Talmadge.
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