New York, NY: Fifth Avenue Theatre (1862)

Country: United States of America
State: New York
City: New York
Location: West 24th Street (between Broadway and Fifth Avenue)

Built 1862 as an evening stock exchange. Used as a minstrel hall by Christy. 1867 first known as "Fifth Avenue Theatre". 1868 rebuilding by James Fisk. Re-opened as "Brougham's Theatre". 1869 renamed "Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre" (named after the manager, Augustin Daly). Destroyed by a fire on 1 Jan 1873.

[New York, NY: Fifth Avenue Theatre (1862)] Cigarette Trading Card
Front Text: "Daly's Old Fifth Ave Theatre, New York, 1862-1873"
Reverse Text: giving a short overview of the history of the theatre
Publisher: Between the Acts Little Cigars; Theatres Old and New Series
Size: 6.3 x 7.8 cm


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