Music Hall Place, April 1, 1900
Rickards, A. H.
- Street-level view looking northeast down Music Hall Place from Winter Street. An ornate lantern is installed on an archway at the opening to Music Hall PLace. A small group of pedestrians are seen on the left side of the image and a few people are seen on Music Hall PLace. Several business signs are affixed to the exterior of the buildings in the foreground. Written in pencil on verso The day ... read moreof the Old Music Hall was long and its influence great in the musical and entertainment industry in Boston. For years, from 1852, it flourished the best without neglecting the more popular and so became an institution of which Boston has reason to be proud. With its central location and its easy approach by two entrances it offered convenience both for the carriage trade of the Symphonies, and the other thousands who came on foot. 8 3/4 x 7 1/2 Photographsread less
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