Harold R. Atteridge papers 1909-1939

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Harold R. Atteridge papers, 1909-1939

Harold R. Atteridge papers 1909-1939

Harold Richard Atteridge (1886-1938) was a playwright who wrote musical shows for the theatre in New York City. Collection consists of correspondence, accounts and other papers, 1909-1939, relating to Atteridge's career and business dealings. Subjects include royalties, copyright, and requests for Atteridge to write lyrics and scenes for new plays.

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Shubert Theatrical Company.

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