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Front Street Theatre playbill


A playbill for performances at Front Street Theatre on October 3rd, 1845, described as a "Benefit and last appearance of Mrs. C. Kean and Mr. C Kean who will appear together in tragedy and comedy ... The Stranger, in 5 acts, and the comedy of the Honey Moon, compressed in 3 acts." Front Street Theatre was once located at 300-312 North Front Street in Baltimore, Maryland but was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1904.




Baltimore: Printed by Bull & Tuttle



6.5 x 20 inches


1 sheet

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