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English: Looking east and south on Broadway opposite Waverly Place, in New York City. Built as a church, this theatre changed names many times, as listed below; for details, see Brown, Thomas Allston A History of the New York Stage, Vol. 2, pp. 376 (“The Athenæum”) - 398 (Dodd, Mead and Company; New York; 1903)
|Source||The Broadway Annual, p.517 (George Routledge and Sons, London and New York, 1868)|
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