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Playbill - Empress Hall

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Empress Hall - Claude Langdon in Assoc. with Henry Hall presents "Ranch in the Rockies" written and produced by Eve Bradfield. I believe this was an ice skating show! Empress Hall Orchestra under the direction of Harry Rabinowitz. It is 10 1/2 X 8 inches 10 pages, and in pretty good condition with minimal edge and corner wear. I think this item was glued in a scrap book at one time as there are 5 places on the back that have either black paper stuck to it or part of the image was left behind when it was removed (see second image - note the color of the back is the same blue as in the first image. I'm not sure why the back photographed so dark, but it does show the missing parts). This piece would look awesome framed! Gorgeous colors with an almost pinup flair! The Empress Hall was built in the late 1800s, eventually being rebuilt as an ice arena, but sadly no longer exists.


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