ROBERT WILLIAMS BUCHANAN (1841 - 1901)

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BUCHANANíS THEATRICAL VENTURES IN AMERICA

A few more pictures

The Hoffman House, New York
(on the corner of Broadway and Twenty-fifth street.)

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(1895)

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The Pavilion Hotel, New Brighton, Staten Island.

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[From The Daily Graphic (New York) (13 January, 1887).
Click the picture for the full page with another drawing of the interior.]

 

Buchananís next known address in New York was 42 East 23rd Street, Madison Square. Iíve been unable to find any pictures of that building from 1884/85, but it was demolished and replaced by the one below in 1905.

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Walt Whitmanís house in Camden, New Jersey, as it looks today.

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Poetry
Plays
Fiction

 

Essays
Reviews
Letters

 

The Fleshly School Controversy
Buchanan and the Press
Buchanan and the Law

 

The Critical Response
Harriett Jay
Miscellanea

 

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