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1. Cyclorama Cyclorama September 1, 1926 The auditorium of the Grand Theater was round even before this theater. It had been a cyclorama. On its rounding walls, pictures had depicted the Battle of Gettysburg, a grand spectacle of its day. The...

2. Cyclorama and the Midland Hotel Cyclorama and the Midland Hotel 1887 Rooftop view looking northwest from near 8th and McGee at the Cyclorama theater and the Midland Hotel under construction. The cyclorama is advertising the showing of the Battle of Gettysburg.

3. Cyclorama Theater Cyclorama Theater 1885 Full frontal view; located at 8th and May. Sign advertises "Storming of Missionary Ridge and Look Out Mountain".

4. Cyclorama, The Cyclorama, The ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Cyclorama showing a battle scene. Front of card says "View of 'Cyclorama'..."" Back of card says: "The Cyclorama.." .Represents the Battles of Missionary Ridge, Lookout Mountain...

5. Early Kansas City Theaters Early Kansas City Theaters 2007 This book contains information about early theater in Kansas City, including facts concerning the local theaters of the 19th and early 20th century. These theaters include: Auditorium, Century, Coates...

6. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1808-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1808-1908 1908

7. The Grand Opera House and the Golden Age of the Legitimate Theatre in Kansas City The Grand Opera House and the Golden Age of the Legitimate Theatre in Kansas City April//1973 History of the Grand Opera House and its many plays, famous actors such as Ethel Barrymore and George M. Cohan, early movies, cycloramas, and other entertainment, etc., from 1891 to 1926, at 7th and Walnut...