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    • Doerr Opera House Grand Opening Advertisement

    • Advertisements; Businesses; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Retail; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Newspaper advertisement for Doerr's Opera House from the May 3, 1868 issue of the Quincy Daily Herald. Text of the advertisement reads: GRAND OPENING of the OPERA HOUSE Benefit of the Quincy Library.... Doerr's Opera House operated out of the...
    • Doerr Opera House

    • Advertisements; Businesses; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Retail; Views; Quincy, Illinois;
    • The northwest corner of 6th and Maine Street. The building was erected in 1868. Originally housed Doerr Department store and Doerr Opera House. In later years the building was occupied by Hosmer's Watches, Clocks & Jewelry and finally J. C. Penny...
    • Color Guard Advertisement

    • Advertisements; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois; Vaudeville;
    • Advertisement for "Color Guard" at the Opera House September 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 [1875] for the benefit of Quincy National. Advertisement for Theatre Comique, C.C. Lowe, prop'r. Vaudeville Company. BW Newspaper Advertisement 5" x 8".
    • Academy of Music Advertisement

    • Advertisements; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Vaudeville; Dance Orchestra; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Academy of Music, also known as Pinkham Hall, Advertisement. The Academy of Music theatre was operated by Natham Pinkham on the north side of Maine street between 3rd and 4th streets, next to J.H. Wheeler Co. The building burned in 1879....
    • Washington Theatre

    • Advertisements; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Vaudeville; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Washington Theatre Advertisement. Text reads, "Washington one day only: Thursday February 4th on the stage in person. The celebrated king of jazz with his famous stars of radio, stage, screen and New York Night Life. Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra...
    • Saengerfest Advertisement

    • Advertisements; Entertainment; Music; Railroads; Transportation; Vaudeville; Musician; Festivals; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Newspaper Advertisement for Illinois State Saengerfest to be held in Quincy, IL June 5th to the 8th, 1877. Advertisement lists 30 singing societies, 3 grad concerts, 2 grand matinees, a picnic and ball as part of the festivities. Newspaper...
    • Business and Industry: G - O

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles history; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Organized alphabetically by business name. Dates currently referenced: 1878-1991. Commentary and notes by Library staff
    • First Presbyterian Church Orchestra

    • Churches; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • First Presbyterian Church Orchestra, Hannibal, MO this eleven member orchestra is shown with their instruments following a concert at the YMCA in December of 1933. Seated: Tracy Holbrook, Lorene Bates, Irene Bates, Mildred Parks (piano), Don...
    • Ringling Brothers Circus Band

    • Circus; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Ringling Brothers Circus Band 1901. George Gauweiler, Band Leader, standing front center. Text on photograph reads: No. 174 George Gauweiler's Big Show Band 28 pieces- Ringling Bros Circus 1901." BW Exterior Photograph 8" x 5".
    • Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus Band 1921.

    • Circus; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus Band 1921. Representing Quincy were three individuals; Gilbert Harland, clarinetist is the fourth from the left in the front row. Jack Walkup, baritone- trombone is the second from the left in the second row. Earl Moss,...
    • Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus Band 1921

    • Circus; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus Band 1921. Representing Quincy were three individuals; Gilbert Harland, clarinetist is the fourth from the left in the front row. Jack Walkup, baritone- trombone is the second from the left in the second row. Earl Moss,...

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