Nowadays the standard reference for Riemann's Existence theorem is SGA1, where the proof heavily relies on Serre's GAGA. I imagine that the theorem is much older, as its name suggests, and that its original proof is quite different. I thought it would be instructive for me to look at how this theorem was viewed in the pre-SGA era.

### Question

Where does a proof of Riemann's Existence Theorem original appear? Or better yet, where is a readable summary of it in English (or somewhat less preferably in French)?