The Harding Theater

The Harding Theatre opened on April 8, 1926 with Colleen Moore in “Irene”, a second-run attraction. It was built by Samuel H. Levin with the Reid Brothers as architects. As a link in the Levin chain of neighboorhood theaters known as San Francisco Theatres, Inc. it served as a neighborhood film house until it closed in 1970.

In the intervening years it has been a venue for The Lamplighters, a Gilbert and Sullivan group, and, more recently, as a church, which moved out in 2004.
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