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The new theatre in Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia [graphic].

Continental Spirit of '76! Theatre

Park Theatre postcards.

Walnut Street Theatre postcards.

Belmont Theatre, 52nd Street below Market, Philadelphia, Pa.

Broad St. Theatre, Broad and Spruce Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.

Keith's Chestnut Street Theatre postcards.

Lyric Theatre, Broad and Cherry Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.

The new theatre in Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia [graphic] : Built 1822. Taken down 1856.

Academy of Music postcards.

Walnut St. Theatre, 9th & Walnut Sts. Built 1808. [graphic].

Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia, Pa.

Sanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third. : The shoemaker and tailor of Kensington every night this week. ... Don't forget Thanksgiving day and night Admission, 25 and 50 cents

The late theatre in Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia [graphic]: Destroyed by Fire in 1820 / Drawn & Published by W. Birch near Bristol, 1804; Gilbert Fox Aquafortus.

Eleventh St. Opera House Philada. [graphic] / Bartlett & Smith, photographers.

[Forrest Theatre during demolition for the construction of the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company building, southeast corner of Broad and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia]

Mrs. John Drew's new Arch St. Theatre Philadelphia. : Capacity of house $1000. Jos. D. Murphy, business agent & treasurer. Sept 1863.

Sanford's new Opera House! : Race St., between Second and Third Sts. Card to the public Mr. Sanford begs leave to call attention to the above place of amusement, (late Mr. J.E. M'Donough's Olympic.) Having secured a lease on liberal terms, he most respect

Walnut Street Theatre, Philada.

Arch Street Opera House.

Fox's American Theatre.

Walnut St. Theatre.

Have you seen Sanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second and Third? : Sanford's Troupe now performing to the largest audiences ever assembled to witness minstrelsy Look out for Thanksgiving day and night! The shoemaker & tailor of Kensington. A

Sanford Opera Hall! Third Street, rear of Herr's Hotel. : Third season and a new comp'y The warmest and most comfortable place of amusement in the city! Houses crowded from pit to dome! and hundreds turned away nightly. Go and see Sanford's Opera Troupe,

Money bags, Chestnut Street Theatre. Marrying for money.

Kiralfy's Alhambra Palace, Philadelphia. The illuminated gardens.

Ruins of the National Theatre, s.e. cor. of Chestnut and Ninth St. [graphic] / Painted & presented to C.A.P. by R.H. Wells, Esq.

Arch St. Theatre, above 6th St., Phila.

[Forrest Theatre prior to demolition for the construction of the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company building at the southeast corner of Broad and Sansom streets, Philadelphia ]

Chesnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia.

St. George's Hall.

Chest. St. Theatre, Phila. Pa.

Arch Street Theatre.

[Chestnut Street Theatre, 603-609 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Photograph by McClees 160 Chestnut St., Philada.

[New Chestnut Street Theatre]

[Security Bank & Trust Company, Franklin Street and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia.] [graphic] / Parker & Mullikin, photographers, P.O. Box 275, Upper Darby, Pa.

New Chestnut Street Theatre. [graphic].

[New Chestnut Street Theatre.] [graphic].

[Arch Street Theatre, 609-615 Arch Street, Philadelphia]


[Chestnut Street Theatre]. North East corner of Sixth and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia. [graphic] / Drawn and engraved on wood, by D.C. Baxter, (successor to Wm. B. Gihon,)

Photograph Album of Philadelphia and Vicinity

Views of Philadelphia

Congress Hall and New Theatre, in Chestnut Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son Neshaminy Bridge.

Sanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Wednesday evening, Dec'r 21st, 1864. Card to the public. Mr. Sanford begs leave to acquaint the unknowing, who are daily asking the question, whether ladies attend his entertainments? at the

Sanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Friday evening, December 23d, 1864. Card to the public. Mr. Sanford begs leave to acquaint the unknowing, who are daily asking the question, whether ladies attend his entertainments? at the

Sanford's new Opera House Race Street, between Second & Third, : Thursday evening, Decem'r 22, 1864. Card to the public. Mr. Sanford begs leave to acquaint the unknowing, who are daily asking the question, whether ladies attend his entertainments? at the

Photograph album of Philadelphia and vicinity

[Plate 14 and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets] [graphic].

[Plate 14 and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]

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