Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association...announce a production of "Jim the Penman" : program, 1914
Scope and Contents
Program for a theatrical production of "Jim the Penman" by Sir Charles Young, sponsored by the Massachusetts Women Suffrage Association Ways and Means Committee. The play was performed in Boston's Wilbur Theatre; it starred Almira Pitman. Suffragist Maud Wood Park gave an address between the acts of the play.
Language of Materials
English, French, German, Dutch, Italian
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research; access restrictions are noted with the item where they exist.
Extent4.4 linear feet (3 boxes and 94 folders)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2021MT-23. Purchased from Caroliniana with the Maryette Charlton Harvard Theatre Collection Fund, 2020 December 13.
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