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Images courtesy of the Library of Congress, Chronicling America, New Haven Morning Journal – Courier, Hyperion theatre clippings, 1900 – 1920.

Soundtrack courtesy of the Internet Archive, The Great 78, 78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings, and 78rpm Records Digitized by George Blood, L.P.

“Tell Me Pretty Maiden,” Barry Wood and The Four King Sisters; Owen Hall; Leslie Stuart, 1941

“In the Shade of the Palm,” Emilio de Gogorza; Leslie Stuart, 1921

“The Soldiers of the King,” Herbert Stuart; Leslie Stuart, April 12, 1915

“Invincible Eagle March,” Sousa’s Band, October 21, 1908

“Warblers,” Sousa’s Band, 1901

“Efter Balen (After the Ball),” Jahrl Instrumental Quintet; Charles K. Harris, 1927

“Poet and Peasant Overture,” Sousa’s Band, August 12, 1902

(top of website) Image courtesy of the Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC), “Hyperion Theatre, Chapel St., opposite Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut,” ink on paper, by Anthony F. Dumas, 1923