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1. 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...

2. Henry Clark Henry Clark 1908 Photo and bio of Henry Clark (1849-1907), a Civil War veteran from New York, engaged as a theater actor and oil speculator in the Midwest, moving to Kansas City in 1876, building the Newmarket Theater...

3. Kansas City Appearance of Sarah Bernhardt Kansas City Appearance of Sarah Bernhardt Collection contains an April 9, 1913 program for the Orpheum Theater with an appearance by the actress Madame Sarah Bernhardt as the title role in the play "Lucrece Borgia" by Victor Hugo.

4. Orpheum Theater Orpheum Theater 1900 Full frontal and side view of first theater; located on northeast corner of 9th and May.

5. Orpheum Theater Orpheum Theater

6. Orpheum Theater Orpheum Theater Postcard of Orpheum Theater

7. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p007 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p007 1895-1907 Northern part of early Kansas City in the Garment District from W. 7th Street south to W. 10th Street and from Washington east to Central. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page showing adjoining...

8. Theater Fire Theater Fire January/19/1893 Article with illustration about the fire practically destroying the 9th Street Theater at 9th and May Streets. Later renovated into the Orpheum Theater.