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The Douglass Theatre, Macon, Georgia 1
Georgia, USA
The Douglass Theatre is a live performance/motion picture venue located in downtown Macon, Georgia. The theatre is named for its founder Charles Henry Douglass, 1870 - 19??, an African American entrepreneur who was already familiar with vaudeville and entertainment business.
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