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Source: Buffalo Courier
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Temple of Music Planned”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Buffalo, New York
Date of publication: 15 May 1904
Volume number: 69
Issue number: 136
Part/Section: 4
Pagination: 29

“Temple of Music Planned.” Buffalo Courier 15 May 1904 v69n136: part 4, p. 29.
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Temple of Music (architectural reproductions).
Named persons
William McKinley.


Temple of Music Planned

     Plans are being prepared for a new music hall to be almost exactly a counterpart of the music building at the Pan-American Exposition in which President McKinley was assassinated, to be erected on the present site of the cyclorama building in Edward Street, in the rear of the Teck Theater.
     The size of the lot is 130 by 148 and the building will have a front of eighty feet in Edward Street. It is the purpose of the promoters, whose names are not yet made public, to attract summer concerts, light opera and kindred amusements to the new hall.



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