Color image of the Grand Theater outside, 2017.

Grand Theater exterior

Grand Theater outside, 2017.

Color image of Jeff and Jeanie Hiller, ca. 2000.

Jeff and Jeanie Hiller

Jeff and Jeanie Hiller, ca. 2000.

Black and white photograph of Ernotte and Ardis Hiller (seated), holding Mary Hiller; in the back are Chuck Hiller (right) and Jeff Hiller (left), 1961.

Ernotte Hiller and family

Ernotte and Ardis Hiller (seated), holding Mary Hiller; in the back are Chuck Hiller (right) and Jeff Hiller (left), 1961.

Black and white photograph of Marge McKenzie, Louise Hiller, and Charles Hiller at the Grand Theater, ca. 1940s.

Marge McKenzie, Louise Hiller, and Charles Hiller

Marge McKenzie, Louise Hiller, and Charles Hiller at the Grand Theater, ca. 1940s.

Black and white photograph of Charles and Louise Hiller sitting in theater seats, ca. 1940s.

Charles and Louise Hiller in the Grand Theater

Charles and Louise Hiller sitting in theater seats, ca. 1940s.

Black and white photograph of Louise Hiller, ca. 1915.

Louise Hiller

Louise Hiller, ca. 1915.

Black and white photograph of the Grand Theater, 1913.

Grand Theater, 1913

The Grand Theater, 1913.

Black and white photograph of the Children at a Christmas matinee at the Grand Theater, ca. 1950s.

Children’s matinee at the Grand Theater

Children at a Christmas matinee at the Grand Theater, ca. 1950s.

Grand Theater, Crookston

For over one hundred years, the Grand Theater of Crookston has kept up with the times, transforming itself from a venue for vaudeville and plays to a movie palace for silent films and, finally, “talkies.” By evolving to keep up with technology and the demands of the public, the Grand has remained a vital part of Crookston community life.

Black and white photograph of firefighters battling the flames in the Opera House Block in 1987.

Opera House Block firefighters

Firefighters battle the flames in the Opera House Block in 1987.

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