Gordon's Olympia Theatre (Boston)
Gordon's Olympia Theatre (est. 1910s) in Boston, Massachusetts, was established by Nathan H. Gordon of Olympia Theatres, Inc. Architect Clarence Blackall designed the building at no.658 Washington Street, near Boylston Street in the theatre district. It later became the Pilgrim Theater. The building was demolished in 1996.
- Donald C. King. The Theatres of Boston: a Stage and Screen History. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2005.
- CinemaTreasures.org. Nathan Gordon’s Olympia circuit
- American Architect, March 31, 1915
- "Pilgrim Theatre in Boston". Cinema Treasures. Retrieved 11 December 2014.
- "Hercules Premiere at the Pilgrim, 1959". Boston Guide. Retrieved 11 December 2014.
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- Library of Congress. Drawing of Gordon's Olympia Theatre, Washington St. near Boylston St., 1921.
- Bostonian Society. Photo of 634-658 1/2 Washington Street, ca. 1958, showing Pilgrim Theater
- King, Loren (2013). "Pilgrim", Caboose.
- "Escalators for Theaters" (1913), American Architect.
- A Few Tales from the Pilgrim by Don L. Stradley, 2014.
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