Souvenir programs of theatrical productions, 1883-1965.


Souvenir programs of theatrical productions, 1883-1965.

Theatrical souvenir programs from the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Walter Hampden. (person)

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Alice Nielsen (person)

Ford, Paul Leicester, 1865-1902 (person)

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ugene W. (Eugene Wiley) Presbrey (person)

Itala Film Company of Torino (corporateBody)

Rice, Edward E. (Edward Everett), 1848-1924 (person)

Arlington Theatre (corporateBody)

Ruth Clifford. (person)

Royal Strand Theatre (corporateBody)

Byrne, Charles Alfred, 1848-1909 (person)

Pauline Hall (person)

Richard Caton Woodville. (person)

Drury Lane Theatre (corporateBody)

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Belmont, Eleanor Robson, 1879-1979 (person)

Lowell was an American poet. From the description of Letters concerning Amy Lowell, 1925-1935 and undated. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 83898015 Eleanor Robson Belmont was born in Lancashire, England in 1879. In 1897, she graduated from St. Peter's Academy, in Staten Island, New York. Upon graduation, Belmont became an actress in California and New York. After her marriage to August Belmont on February 26, 1910, she quit the acting business and focused her atten...

Lyceum Theatre (corporateBody)

Mary Mannering. (person)

Le Moyne, Sarah Cowell, 1859-1915 (person)

Lecocq, Charles (person)

F. C. Whitney (person)

Howard Talbot. (person)

Oliver Morosco. (person)

George Dance (person)

Collier, Constance, 1878-1955 (person)

Fred Stone. (person)

Her Majesty's Theatre (corporateBody)

Theatre Royal (corporateBody)

Greene, Clay Meredith, 1850-1933 (person)

Whiting, John, 1917-1963 (person)

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Robert Browning (person)

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Farwell, Arthur, 1872-1952 (person)

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Boston Athletic Association (corporateBody)

John Cumberland. (person)

Fred Terry. (person)

George Farquhar (person)

Tyler, George Crouse, 1867-1946 (person)

Carr, J. Comyns (Joseph Comyns), 1849-1916 (person)

English dramatist; collaborator of Arthur Sullivan. From the description of Autograph letter signed : 18 Eldon Road, Kensington, [London], to Mary Frances Ronalds, [1900 Nov.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270125578 British critic and dramatist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [London], to Mr. Eller, [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270133457 Epithet: writer of plays British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue...

Winchell Smith (person)

Gifford Cochran. (person)

Cohen, Alexander H., 1920-2000 (person)

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Frank Curzon (corporateBody)

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Henri Février (person)

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C. W. (Charles Walter) Couldock. (person)

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Charles Major (person)

Cosmo Hamilton (person)

Potter, Paul M. (Paul Meredith), 1853-1921 (person)

Journalist and dramatist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Paris, to Luther Munday, [1895] Sept. 14. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270618822 ...

Lyn Harding. (person)

Sidney Jones. (person)

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Viola Allen. (person)

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Henry King (person)

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Kyrle Bellew. (person)

Margaret Illington. (person)

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Lewis Waller (person)

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Smith, Harry Bache, 1860-1936 (person)

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Anne Caldwell (person)

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Frederic Solomon. (person)

Theatre Guild (corporateBody)

Established in New York City in 1918, and initially administered by a board of managers, the Theatre Guild was for the greater part of its history co-directed by Lawrence Langner and Theresa Helburn, with Langner’s wife, Armina Marshall Langner, serving several administrative roles. Throughout the twentieth century the Theatre Guild was instrumental in improving the quality of American theatre, introducing audiences to new playwrights and forms of dramatic writing, stagecraft, and musical theatr...

Ross, Adrian (person)

John Luther Long (person)

Mr. Horace Sedger. (person)

Elliott, William (person)

Epithet: Reverend; MA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000980.0x000184 Epithet: Captain British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000980.0x000182 William Elliott joined the British Naval Franklin Search Expedition, 1852-1854 (leader William Pullen), as clerk in charge in HMS North Star, the store ship for the British Naval Franklin Searc...

Julia Nielson. (person)

Davis, W. Mills (Wade Mills) (person)

C. B. (Charles Bancroft) Dillingham. (person)

Mitchell, Langdon Elwyn, 1862-1935 (person)

Mitchell wrote the plays "Becky Sharp" and "The New York Idea" among many others. From the description of Papers, 1890-1934. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 31178976 Langdon Elwyn Mitchell (1862-1935), American poet and playwright, used the pseudonym John Philip Varley. His best-known plays were Becky Sharp (1899) and The New York Idea (1906). He taught playwriting at the University of Pennsylvania from 1928 to 1930. His father was S. W...

Colonial Theatre (corporateBody)

Simon, Charles (person)

Charles Simon (1915-2009) was a Cleveland, Ohio-area educator and language expert, as well as a veteran of World War II. Simon began his teaching career in 1938, but his career was put on hold when he enlisted in the Army in 1942. Stationed in England, France, and Germany during World War II, Simon used his extensive language skills as a member of the civilian censorship department. He used much of his leave time to assist survivors from concentration camps. During his time statione...

Comedy Theatre (corporateBody)

Robert Courtneidge (person)

Crane, William H., 1845-1928 (person)

Sheehan, Joseph F., 1869-1936 (person)

William Elliott (person)

Evelyn Millard. (person)

George Edwards. (person)

Rose, Edward E. (Edward Everett), 1862-1939 (person)

Ethel Barrymore. (person)

Augustus Pitou. (person)

Fletcher, Percy E. (Percy Eastman), 1879-1932 (person)

John Drew. (person)

New Columbia Theatre (corporateBody)

Eugene O'Neill (person)

Fiske, Harrison Grey, 1861-1942 (person)

Biographical Notes Minnie Maddern Fiske 1865, Dec. 19 Born Marie Augusta Davey, New Orleans, La. 1868 First stage performance, as the young Duke of York in Shakespeare's Richard III 1880 Appeared on New York st...

Leontine Sagan (person)

Hamilton, Henry (person)

Epithet: afterwards Professor of Political Economy Aberdeen British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001219.0x000090 Epithet: of Ballymacoll British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001299.0x000061 Title: 3rd Earl of Drogheda British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Descrip...

Lionel Monckton. (person)

Lily Elsie. (person)

Metropolitan Opera Company. (corporateBody)

Hurgon, Austen (person)

Braham, John J. (person)