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Clune's Broadway, at 528 S. Broadway, opened in 1910. The theatre was later known as the Cameo Theatre and still survives on Broadway with retail in the lobby and the auditorium basically unchanged since the opening except for the removal of the seats. The architect was Alfred Rosenheim, who would later design the Morosco/Globe farther down the street. The card is from the collection of Cezar Del Valle.