Charles Pfaff's obituary in the New York Times characterizes him as the proprietor of the famous Bohemian "chop house" at 647 Broadway that flourished between 1860 and 1875 ("In and Ab
In this piece to Mr. Editor, Figaro writes about his distaste for false anonymous reports. He also gives a list of current theatrical events. Figaro ends his column with a note that Pfaff has sold his bar to the Messrs. Kruyt.
Figaro mentions that Booth is currently the "great attraction" at the Winter Garden (5).
Figaro mentions that Kellogg's benefit was postponed and announces that it has been rescheduled (5).
Figaro writes that "PFAFF HAS SOLD OUT" and has sold his bar to Messrs. Kruyt (5).
Figaro writes that he saw Mr. Editor enjoying a performance of The Serious Family at Wallack's (4).
Figaro writes that "A Well-Known New Yorker" has reported that Wallack has left the stage to write a play. Figaro argues that it is well known among the theatrical community that Wallack is currently too ill to perform (5).
The Vault at Pfaff's
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