Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection playbill advertisements and miscellany. 1940-1962.

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Barrymore, Ethel, 1879-1959. Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection playbill advertisements and miscellany.

Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection playbill advertisements and miscellany. 1940-1962.

Folder of miscellaneous materials found in the Richard L. Coe collection not accounted for as accompanying material with other Coe Collection material. Includes unidentifiable portions of theater programs, playbill advertisements for specific performances, flyers, etc.

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