Curbed has the Hamilton Theatre listed as landmarks turning 100 this year: LINK
This grand theater has been bought out by developers this past year and has reportedly been used as a church, boxing venue and even a disco in the 80s. What the sketch does not convey are the caryatid molded columns on the upper floors which are easily missed if one is not specifically looking for them. These goddess sculptures are a detail of classic Greek architecture and are rarely evident uptown in the older buildings. As one can see in the lower photo, the cornice is still missing and the facade could use a good cleanup. If all goes well, maybe the new owner will take better care of this local landmark.