Historical Pictorials
 
(New) Kerredge Theatre
KERREDGE THEATRE. (circa mid-1950's) - (1ST block of E.Quincy St.) - was completed in the Fall of 1902, built by hardware store owners William & Ray Kerredge (father & son). Its opulent stage saw performances by Otis Skinner, John Phillip Sousa, Fiske O’Hara, John McCormick, Sarah Bernhardt, Caruso, & many other entertainers & vaudeville groups. The Theatre burned down early in the morning of Friday, May 29th, 1959.
 
Photo: MTU Archives - Copper Country Historical Collection (donor-Earl Gagnon). Scott Hotel,(L); Kerredge Theatre (R). This photo of the Kerredge Theatre was taken in 1902, following a fire across the street (to the south). The Scott Hotel, which existed adjacent on the west side (left side in the image), would not be completed until August, 1906.
             
           
 
 
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Hancock High School National Honors Society Members prepare the Downtown Hancock Planters.
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