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Excelsior Springs, Missouri, Music Hall
Excelsior Springs, Missouri, Music Hall
TitleExcelsior Springs, Missouri, Music Hall
DescriptionThe Music Hall was located northeast of the Elms Hotel's lawn. "On May 9, 1898, when the Elms burned, the Music Hall was occupied by Captain William Abernathy's recruits for the Spanish American War. The structure burned September 24, 1908" (Soltysiak, Harry. "Reflections of Excelsior Springs." Marceline, MO: Heritage House Publishing Company, Inc., 1992. [MVSC 977.816 S69R]).
DateLate 1800s
PhotographerC. T. Pomeroy
Item TypePhotograph, b/w, 8 x 6
CollectionGeneral Collection (P1), Excelsior Springs, Number 1
Health resorts
Local SubjectExcelsior Springs, Missouri
Digital FormatJPEG
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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