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Old Madison Square Garden, Garden Theatre, box office lobby.

Old Madison Square Garden, Garden Theatre, box office lobby.


Madison Square Garden.

Madison Square Garden.


Madison Square Garden.

Madison Square Garden.

Madison Square Garden, designed by Stanford White, on 26th Street looking west from 4th Avenue.

Madison Square Garden.

Madison Square Garden.

"2132 / Madison Sq. G." inscribed in pencil on print verso.

Madison Square Garden.

Madison Square Garden.


[Plays, "Audrey".]

[Plays, "Audrey".]

Eleanor Robson as Audrey in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by Harriet Ford and E.F. Boddington and...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Audrey".

Plays, "Audrey".

Eleanor Robson as Audrey in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by Harriet Ford and E.F. Boddington and...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "The Diplomat".

Plays, "The Diplomat".

William Collier as Nick Sportwick in Martha Morton's "The Diplomat" presented at the Madison Square Theatre...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Audrey".

Plays, "Audrey".

Eleanor Robson as Audrey in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by Harriet Ford and E.F. Boddington and...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Audrey".

Plays, "Audrey".

Eleanor Robson as Audrey and Frederick Perry as Jean Hugon in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by...

Plays, "Audrey".

Plays, "Audrey".

Eleanor Robson as Audrey in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by Harriet Ford and E.F. Boddington and...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Audrey".

Plays, "Audrey".

Eleanor Robson as Audrey in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by Harriet Ford and E.F. Boddington and...

Plays, "Gretna Green".

Plays, "Gretna Green".

Elizabeth Tyree and Max Figman in Grace Livingston Furniss' play "Gretna Green" presented at the Madison...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Photographs, Prints & Drawings

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "The Firm of Cunningham".

Plays, "The Firm of Cunningham".

A scene from Willis Steel's "The Firm of Cunningham," featuring Hilda Spong as Dora Calvert and Henry...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Gretna Green".

Plays, "Gretna Green".

Elizabeth Tyree and Max Figman in Grace Livingston Furniss' play "Gretna Green," presented at the Madison...

Plays, "The Girl from Dixie".

Plays, "The Girl from Dixie".

A scene from the musical comedy by H.B. Smith, "The Girl from, Dixie" featuring Irene Bentley and Ferdinand...

Plays, "The Man from the West".

Plays, "The Man from the West".

A scene from "The Man from the West".

Plays, "The Firm of Cunningham".

Plays, "The Firm of Cunningham".

A scene from Willis Steel's "The Firm of Cunningham," featuring Hilda Spong as Dora Calvert and Hery...

Plays, "Audrey".

Plays, "Audrey".

Eleanor Robson as Audrey and Frederick Perry as Jean Hugon in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by...

Plays, "The Girl from Dixie".

Plays, "The Girl from Dixie".

A scene from the musical comedy by H. B. Smith, "The Girl from, Dixie" featuring Irene Bentley and Ferdinand...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Mrs. Temple's Telegram".

Plays, "Mrs. Temple's Telegram".

Frank Worthing as Jack Temple, Williamds Morris as Frank Fuller, Grace Kimball as Mrs. Jack Temple and...

Plays, "Audrey".

Plays, "Audrey".

Eleanor Robson as Audrey in Mary Johnson's "Audrey," dramatized by Harriet Ford and E.F. Boddington and...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

A scene from Maurice Hennequin and Albin Valabreque's play "Make Way for the Ladies," presented by Charles...

Souvenir of the 150th Representation of The Private Secretary on Friday, February 20th 1885

Souvenir of the 150th Representation of The Private Secretary on Friday, February 20th 1885


Scene from "A Russian Honeymoon" at the Madison Square Theatre, N.Y.

Scene from "A Russian Honeymoon" at the Madison Square Theatre, N.Y.

Photographed in the Theatre at midnight, May 1st, 1883, by Falk, 949 Broadway.

[W. J. Le Moyne and Fred Robinson in "The Private Secretary".]

[W. J. Le Moyne and Fred Robinson in "The Private Secretary".]


The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "She's An Amorous Lunatic."

The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "She's An Amorous Lunatic."

Also possibly with Frank Morton.

The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "If You're Discovered You're Lost."

The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "If You're Discovered You're Lost."

With Frank Thornton and M. Morton, and also possibly Harry Hogan.

The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "There's A Burglar!"

The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "There's A Burglar!"

With M. Morton and J. Delamater.

The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "My Complaint Is Into My Chest!"

The Private Secretary - Madison Square Theatre. "My Complaint Is Into My Chest!"


["Jim the Penman" theater still.]

["Jim the Penman" theater still.]


[Setting for Act 1 of "Hazel Kirke".]

[Setting for Act 1 of "Hazel Kirke".]

Photograph by Smith's, 76 Main St., Lockport, NY.

[Eben Plympton as Lord Travers in "Hazel Kirke".]

[Eben Plympton as Lord Travers in "Hazel Kirke".]


[George R. Parks as Colonel Charles Prescott and Kathryn Kidder as Rachael McCreery in "Held by the Enemy".]

[George R. Parks as Colonel Charles Prescott and Kathryn Kidder as Rachael McCreery in "Held by the Enemy".]


[Bina Abramovitz, Maurice Schwartz and Zvee Scooler in H. Leivick's "Rags".]

[Bina Abramovitz, Maurice Schwartz and Zvee Scooler in H. Leivick's "Rags".]

Standardized transliteration of the English title is "Shmates".

Madison Sq. Theatre

Madison Sq. Theatre

Opened Nov. 30, 1865 as the 5th Ave. Opera House. 1866 - as the 5th Ave. Theatre. 1869 - as the Brougham's...

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Plays, "Make Way for the Ladies".

Photographs, Prints & Drawings

[Maud Harrison as Georgiana Tupper  in "Our Society".]

[Maud Harrison as Georgiana Tupper in "Our Society".]


Maurice Barrymore as "Captain Swift."

Maurice Barrymore as "Captain Swift."


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