Thursday, January 26, 1882
The New-York Herald, Jan 27, 1882 (opposite)
The Baltimore Sun, Jan 27, 1882
Mr. Oscar Wilde delivered his lecture on "The English Renaissance" at the Academy of Music last night. About 800 persons were in the audience. Considering the weather there was quite a large turn out of ladies. Altogether the audience was a fair representation of the beauty and culture of the city.
516 North Howard Street, Baltimore, MD
Bayles/Yeager Online Archive of the Performing Arts
702 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD
In its time the structure has been a house of worship (1924), and office space. The exterior has undergone changes but the interior was restored in 1997 including a centerpiece domed skylight of hand-painted Italian glass.
* Not the hotel of the same name currently on West Franklin Street, which was built in 1907.
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