|Sacramento, CA: Eagle Theatre|
Country: United States of America
Location: 925 Front Street (925 The Embarcadero)
Built 1849 by Hubbard, Brown & Co. as the first permanent theatre in California. Destroyed by a flood in Jan 1850. Later reconstructed at its historic location as part of the Old Sacramento State Historic Park.
Front Text: inscription: "Eagle Theatre"|
Reverse Text: "The old Eagle Theatre. 925 The Embarcadero. Old Sacramento State Historic Park, California. A recreation of the original 1849 theatre which was the first building designed expressly for live theatrical performance sin California. 19th century play productions appear Friday and Saturday evenings year-round."
Publisher: Mike Roberts, Berkeley; SC15573-3
Type: Divided Back
Front Text: "Eagle Theatre, Old Sacramento, California", inscription: "Eagle Theatre"|
Reverse Text: "Eagle Theatre. 925 Embarcadero. This was the first building to be constructed as a theater in California. The opened October 18, 1849. The flood of January 1850 ended the life of this canvassed-walled structure."
Publisher: Tahoe Foto, Zephyr Cove NV; KV8980-14
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