A miracle. Temple Theatre and Egyptian Musee, Philadelphia, Pa., destroyed by fire Monday, Dec. 17, 188[6]

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Title

A miracle. Temple Theatre and Egyptian Musee, Philadelphia, Pa., destroyed by fire Monday, Dec. 17, 188[6]

Description

Photograph of wax depiction of the crucifixion. This was the only exhibit remaining after a fire at the Temple Theatre and Egyptian Musee. Printed in bottom left corner of photograph: "Copyright 1887 by Geo. C. Brotherton" (i.e., George Childs Brotherton?).

Source

Date

1887

Format

image/jpeg

Language

eng

Type

Image

Identifier

100.5.1886, Dec. 27

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Physical Dimensions

18" x 14"

Files

100_5_1886_december_27.jpg

Collection

Citation

Brotherton, George Childs. , “A miracle. Temple Theatre and Egyptian Musee, Philadelphia, Pa., destroyed by fire Monday, Dec. 17, 188[6],” Catholic Historical Research Center Digital Collections, accessed July 25, 2021, https://omeka.chrc-phila.org/items/show/6855.