Item No: pdcc00021
Title: Henry Miller's concert garden. Nos. 720 & 722 Vine Str. Philadelphia [graphic] / O. Knirsch's lithy., 429 Walnut St.
Historic Street Address:
720 & 722 Vine Str
Print and Picture Collection
Free Library of Philadelphia: Castner 2:19
Sheet music cover containing an interior view of the crowded concert hall and theater operated by Henry Miller beginning circa 1854. Several men and women sit at, and converse and walk among the many tables of the seating area as a number of waiters serve the patrons. A music ensemble plays on a raised platform with guard rails in the left of the image and several people line a small stage in the center rear of the hall where a small performance appears to be happening. To the right of the performance, the stairwell to the upper balcony, lined with people, is visible. Greenery and vinery decorate the hall that includes a glass ceiling and windows, some open, across and adjacent to the balcony. After several proprietors, the theater was renamed the Lyceum in 1888.
A917.481 P536 v.2
Knirsch, Otto, b. ca. 1831 - Artist
Una & Wagner - Lithographer
Una & Wagner - Publisher
Castner, Samuel, Jr., 1843-1929 - Compiler