Candida / by Bernard Shaw ; directed by Herman Shumlin - program of production at the National Theatre [New York], May 12, 1952. 1952.

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Dan H. Laurence Collection. Candida / by Bernard Shaw ; directed by Herman Shumlin - program of production at the National Theatre [New York], May 12, 1952.

Candida / by Bernard Shaw ; directed by Herman Shumlin - program of production at the National Theatre [New York], May 12, 1952. 1952.

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