The KiMo was designed and built in 1927 using the style and designs that were very common to several Native American cultures in the American southwest at that time.
Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the design elements of the KiMo Theatre are preserved for their original cultural significance.
Although today the swastika can evoke negative emotions, the KiMo invites visitors to remember that the original meaning of this ancient sacred symbol is one of life and prosperity.
Collectors Guide, swastika history
Additional information can be found in a very thorough article at,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika which was the source of the following paragraphs.
"The history of the swastika goes back to the origins of the Eurasian Continent. The swastika is an important symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, among others, and was also used in Native American and Jewish faiths prior to World War II. By the early twentieth century it was regarded worldwide as symbol of good luck and auspiciousness."