Josephine Schlenk and Sophie Schlenk photographs of theatrical performers collection 1927-1930 1927-1930

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Josephine Schlenk and Sophie Schlenk photographs of theatrical performers collection, 1927-1930, 1927-1930

Josephine Schlenk and Sophie Schlenk photographs of theatrical performers collection 1927-1930 1927-1930

Promotional photographs of theater performers collected by sisters Josephine Schlenk and Sophie Schlenk, 1927-1930. The Schlenk sisters were cast members of the musical, , directed by Jacob J. Shubert. Many of the photographs are portraits of their fellow cast members, as well as other theatrical performers. Portraits of individuals include the Schlenk sisters, as well as James Allatin, Alice Boulden, Irene Cornell, Patsy Costello, Dulcy Dowd, Bobby Pinkus, James Rennie, Charles "Chic" Sale, Richard Bernard "Red" Skelton, Eric Titus, Lillian Ward, and Lorraine Weimar. Interior group portraits show the cast of at Bob Berger's, a restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts, 1928. The collection includes a program for at the Shubert Theatre February 6, 1928. Gay Paree Gay Paree Gay Paree

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Costello, Patsy

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Dowd, Dulcy

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Skelton, Red, 1913-1997

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Red Skelton (b. Richard Bernard Skelton, July 17, 1913-d. Sept. 17, 1997), American comedian, radio and television performer. From the description of Skelton, Red, 1913-1997 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10582271 This collection contains material dating primarily from Skelton's first marriage to wife, Edna during the 1930s and 1940s. Included are letters to Red from Don Ameche, Eddie Arnold, Bob Hope, Hedda Harper, Zazu Pitts, Nelson Rockefeller,...

Allatin, James, b. 1905

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Sale, Charles, 1885-1936

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Titus, Eric

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Shubert, Jacob J., 1878?-1963

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American theatrical producer and manager. From the description of Typewritten letter signed, dated : New York, 23 April 1912, to Mr. E.F. Stearns, 1912 Apr. 23. (Morgan Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 81013683 Prominent theatrical manager and producer. Jacob J. Shubert and brothers Sam S. and Lee Shubert founded the Shubert theater empire. From the description of Papers, 1900-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155501950 ...

Cornell, Irene

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Schlenk, Sophie, b. 1910

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Ward, Lillian

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Pinkus, Bobby, b. 1908

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Weimar, Lorraine

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Schlenk, Josephine, b. 1908

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Rennie, James, 1890-1965

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Boulden, Alice

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