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Looking Back at Playhouse Square in History 

PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
The Stillman Theatre
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
"Jacque Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," the play that helped galvanize the revival of Playhouse Square.
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
Prospect Theatre, 1919
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
A theater within the Hippodrome. Weldon Carpenter found a lost roll of film in the 1970s, which he did not develop until the 2000s. This photo was on that roll.
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
Ornate furnishings at one of Playhouse Square's theaters.
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
The Hippodrome
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
Playhouse Square during construction of the Allen Theatre, 1921
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
Playhouse Square in the early 20th century.
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
The lobby of the Ohio Theatre, 1921.
PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
The marquee at the Allen.
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An ornate stairway in the Hippodrome.
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PHOTO COURTESTY OF WELDON CARPENTER
The Stillman Theatre
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