G. E. Calthrop costume designs for Cavalcade, 1931.

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G. E. Calthrop costume designs for Cavalcade, 1931.

Original watercolor, pencil, and ink costume designs by G. E. Calthrop (Gladys E. Calthrop). Most designs include annotations designating the following: sketch number; act and scene number; actor's name; and colors, fabrics, and ornaments to be used in design. All designs are unsigned. Also includes: a theater program which contains a photograph of the cast and also G. E. Calthrop; a numbered autograph manuscript list recording all the drawings included in this collection; and the cover from the case formerly holding these designs.

1 box (.5 linear feet)

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