|New York, NY: Miner's 8th Avenue Theatre|
Country: United States of America
State: New York
City: New York
Location: 312 Eighth Avenue (between 26th and 27th Streets)
[First theatre on the site built 1881 for the impresario, Henry C. Miner (1842-1900). Used for vaudeville and burlesque performances. 1902 destroyed by fire. Subsequently rebuilt.]
Opened 1903. Ca. 1925 renamed "Chelsea Theatre". Used as a cinema. Closed and demolished (in the 1950s?).
Front Text: inscription: "Miner's 8th Ave. Theatre"|
Reverse Text: "Miner's Theatre, New York City, 1903"
Publisher: Museum of the City of New York; "On Stage"; Pomegranate, Rohnert Park CA
Type: card from a postcard book
|Permanent link: http://www.andreas-praefcke.de/carthalia/id/1542|