File:Metropolitan Hall (New York City) aka Tripler Hall aka Tripler's Hall, destroyed in 1854.tiff
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English: Metropolitan Hall was replaced the year it burned down by a new theater which, after several other names, eventually became The Winter Garden Theatre.
|Source||Putnam's Monthly Magazine of American Literature, Science and Art Volume 3 Issue 14 (February 1854), p. 146. At Cornell University Library: Making of America.|
|Author||Wells, artist. Richardson & Cox, engravers.|
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