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    Many prominent citizens have called Gloversville home. Among them are Lucius Littauer, who became a Congressman, and through his generosity had the city's first hospital built. A bronze statue of Littauer stands today on the grounds of the former high school at the corner of N. Main Street and Prospect Avenue.
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    Richard Russo, born and raised in Gloversville, is the author of "Mohawk", "Nobody's Fool", which was made into a film starring Paul Newman, "Empire Falls", which became a mini-series on HBO, and most recently, "Bridge of Sighs", a current best seller.
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    Kasson Building
    Gloversville at one time boasted many theatres and opera houses. The Kasson Opera house in Memorial Hall on Main Street hosted many prominent entertainers, such as Sarah Bernhardt, the first lady of the stage, Evelyn Nesbit, the Girl in the Red Velvet swing who was married to Harry Thaw whose claim to fame was that he murdered the famed architect Stanford White whom he believed soiled his lovely wife Evelyn. John Phillip Sousa and his Military Band played and the theatre still stands today.
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    The Darling Theatre located on Elm Street presented many of the popular plays of the era including "Uncle Tom's Cabin", and other plays of social significance. John Phillip Sousa and his Military Band played and the theatre still stands today.
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