Grand Street follies of 1928 portrait collection, 1928.


Grand Street follies of 1928 portrait collection, 1928.

Consists of thirteen drawings by Hy Rubin in ink, crayon and watercolor of the players in costume and two portraits of the head of Albert Carroll, one of the Folly stars, by Victor De Pauw and Aline Fruhauf.

15 drawings in 1 box.

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