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Carnegie Hall

a famous concert hall in New York (opened 1891); endowed by Andrew Carnegie (1835--1919), Scots-born US steel manufacturer and philanthropist
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Carnegie Hall

New York’s venerable theater for concert-goers. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 460]
See: Theater
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