Ellen Van Volkenburg-Maurice Browne general correspondence, 1911-


Ellen Van Volkenburg-Maurice Browne general correspondence, 1911-

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SNAC Resource ID: 7973777

University of Michigan

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The Drama League of America was founded in Chicago in 1910 to stimulate interest in and support drama. In 1929 it affiliated with two other groups to form the Church and Drama League. The merger was never officially carried out and in 1931 the Drama League of America ceased operations. From the description of Drama League of America records, 1910-1931, bulk (1927-1931). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122615946 The Drama League of America (DLA) was founded in ...

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