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Interior of Tripler Hall, 1850. In 1854 it burned down and was replaced by The New York Theatre, which was renamed The Winter Garden Theatre by the im
Interior of Tripler Hall, 1850. In 1854 it burned down and was replaced by The New York Theatre, which was renamed The Winter Garden Theatre by the impresario Dion Boucicault after extensive remodeling in 1859.
The so-called "Jenny Lind Hall", detail from a poster of 1850 before the concert hall was finished.
The so-called "Jenny Lind Hall", detail from a poster of 1850 before the concert hall was finished.
On Mercer Street. The theatre burned to the ground on January 8, 1854 and was replaced by a new theatre the same year.
On Mercer Street. The theatre burned to the ground on January 8, 1854 and was replaced by a new theatre the same year.
Laura Keene's Variety Theatre, 1856
Laura Keene's Variety Theatre, 1856
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Laura Keene
Laura Keene
The blood-stained sleeve cuff belonging to Keene on display at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.
The blood-stained sleeve cuff belonging to Keene on display at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.
Burial site at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York.
Burial site at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York.