|Indianapolis, IN: Hilton U. Brown Theatron|
Country: United States of America
Location: Butler University campus; W 49th Street
Open-air theatre, built 1955 by converting parts of a former football stadium (Butler Bowl, since 2017 Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl). Named after the journalist, Hilton Ultimus Brown (1859-1958). Demolished 2004.
Picture: left: Hinkle Fieldhouse (basketball and multi-purpose sports venue), right: entrance to Hilton U. Brown Theatre|
Front Text: "Fieldhouse and Theatron, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana", inscription: "Hilton U. Brown Theatron"
Reverse Text: "Fieldhouse and Theatron, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana. Fieldhouse - One of the largest in the world, was dedicated in 1928. It has been host on many occasions to some of the best basketball teams in the nation. Hilton U. Brown Theatron - Has a seating capacity of 3500 and is operated during the summer, showing popular musical productions."
Publisher: Meserve Distributing Company, Carmel IN; Curteichcolor; 0DK1259
Type: Divided Back
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