Boston Museum

Description

Shows an inerior plan from the stage of the seating and levels, numbered and with decorative elements included. "Boston Museum, on Tremont Street, near Court Street, is one of the oldest and most popular places of amusement in the city. The Museum proper is very large and interesting, with its large hall and capacious galleries filled with curiosities and works of art; while the theatre is large and well-ventilated, beautifully decorated, and comfortably furnished." From the "Stranger's Guide to Boston."

Details

Descriptive Terms

museums (buildings)
theaters (buildings)
engravings (prints)
prints (visual works)

Additional Identification Number

Prints and Engravings Collection number PR221

Physical Description

1 newspaper engraving

Collection Code

GC002

Collection Name

Prints and engravings collection, 1830s-1920s

Date of Acquisition

1932-02-19

Reference Code

GC002.01.MA.3300.002

Acquisition Type

Gift

Image Dimensions

7 x 5 (HxW)(inches)

Places

Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)

Record Details

Originator

Photo-Electrotype Co. (Boston, Mass.) (Printer)

Material Type

engravings (prints)
prints (visual works)

Subjects

Tremont Street (Boston, Mass.)

Restrictions

Fair

Description Level

Item

Location Note

Prints: Boston, Ma.: Tremont Street