Portrait of Architect Clarence H. Blackall (1857-1942), circa 1877

Title

Portrait of Architect Clarence H. Blackall (1857-1942), circa 1877

Date

circa 1877

Description

Architect Clarence H. Blackall (1857-1942) was known for his hundreds of theaters, but he also designed one of Boston’s first skyscrapers, the nine-story Carter Winthrop Building at 7 Water St. Blackall also designed 17 theaters in and around Boston. The Colonial Theater, Boston’s oldest surviving theater, dating from 1900; the Metropolitan Theatre, now the Wang Theatre for the Performing Arts; the Wilbur Theatre, Tremont Temple; and the Modern Theatre remain.

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Rights

Public domain. Courtesy of the University of Illinois Archives, 26/4/1, Alumni and Faculty Biographical, 1882-1995

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Identifier

C.H. Blackall.tif

Files

C.H. Blackall.tif

Citation

“Portrait of Architect Clarence H. Blackall (1857-1942), circa 1877,” Moakley Archive & Institute, accessed December 5, 2019, https://moakleyarchive.omeka.net/items/show/14693.

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