Boston, MA: Keith's Theatre

Country: United States of America
State: Massachusetts
City: Boston
Location: Tremont Street / 547 Washington Street

Opened 24 Mar 1894 as "B. F. Keith's New Theatre". Used as a vaudeville theatre. Ca. 1928 sold to the Shubert organization. Re-opened 1 Apr 1929 as "Apollo Theatre", later renamed "Lyric Theatre". In the 1930s converted into a cinema, re-opened as "Normandie Theatre". Later renamed "Laffmovie Theatre". Demolished in the 1950s in favour of a parking lot (later used as a site for an extension of the Boston Opera House, formerly the B. F. Keith Memorial Theatre), with only the entrance in Washington street remaining (currently used as a shop).

Links: CinemaTreasures, Wikipedia

Boston, MA: Keith's Theatre Front Text: "Keith's Theatre, Boston, Mass."
Publisher: Reichner Bros., Boston, München, Leipzig
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Sent: from Boston to St. John, N. B. (Canada), 1907

Boston, MA: Keith's Theatre Front Text: "Grand Stairway, Tremont Street Entrance, Keith's Theatre, Boston, Mass."
Reverse Text: "Keith's Theatre, is 'one of the sights of Boston, and the Tremont Street entrance one of the ornaments of that noted thoroughfare.' The picture on the other side is of a grand stairway, said to be handsomest outside Grand Opera House, Paris."
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

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