105 W. Brady St.
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The Brady Theater is a theater and convention hall located at the corner of Brady and Boulder in downtown Tulsa. Construction began in 1912 and the structure was completed in 1914. It subsequently underwent remodels in 1930 and 1952. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In 1921, the facility was used as a a detention center during the Tulsa Race Riot. (formerly Tulsa Convention Hall and Tulsa Municipal Theater)