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Box 3

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Contains 46 Results:

Tawny 'Lisa' Tann : advertising flyer, 1971

File — Box: 3, Folder: 41Identifier: HTC 1
Scope and Contents:

Inscribed by Tann: To Cassandra, may God watch over & protect you & make all your dreams come true, Love, Tawny Lisa Tann.

The Theatre Guild presents Paul Robeson in Othello : program, 1944 January

File — Box: 3, Folder: 34Identifier: HTC 1
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Program cover is signed by Jack Manning ("To Tudi"), Uta Hagen, and Paul Robeson ("To Tudi"), all of whom appeared in this production.

Harold Holt presents Paul Robeson with Lawrence Brown at the Piano : program, circa 1935-1936

File — Box: 3, Folder: 35Identifier: HTC 1
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For an International Celebrity Subscription Concert in London (England), Season 1935-1936. Also featuring Ellen Ballon and Lisa Minghetti with accompanist Adolph Hallis.

William Wilson's Magic Lantern and Dissolving View Entertainment : program, circa 1898

File — Box: 3, Folder: 33Identifier: HTC 1
Scope and Contents:

Playbills, programs, advertisements, and other material announcing or publicizing theatrical productions. This collection is an assembled collection. Other than format, the contents are not related.

The Poets' Theatre presents an evening of plays by W. B. Yeats : window card, 1953

File — Box: 3, Folder: 36Identifier: HTC 1
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The plays presented were "The Player Queen" and "Purgatory". Design of the card was likely by Edward Gorey.

Abbey Theatre program for "Spring" and "Temporal Powers", 1937 August

File — Box: 3, Folder: 38Identifier: HTC 1
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Plays presented were "Spring" by T. C. Murray and "Temporal Powers" by Teresa Deevy.

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane playbill for "Man of Ten Thousand" and "Harlequin Captive", 1796 January 23

File — Box: 3, Folder: 37Identifier: HTC 1
Scope and Contents:

Playbills, programs, advertisements, and other material announcing or publicizing theatrical productions. This collection is an assembled collection. Other than format, the contents are not related.

"Queer Nation Presents Voguing Superstars of 'Paris is Burning!'" : advertisement, 1991

File — Box: 3, Folder: 40Identifier: HTC 1
Scope and Contents:

Playbills, programs, advertisements, and other material announcing or publicizing theatrical productions. This collection is an assembled collection. Other than format, the contents are not related.

Royal Circus. A new burletta, called, the English Lion, or, Jovial Tars : broadside, 1786

File — Box: 3, Folder: 42Identifier: HTC 1
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Broadside printed on both sides; advertisement on verso by Mr. Hughes is dated 1786 June 12.

Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association...announce a production of "Jim the Penman" : program, 1914

File — Box: 3, Folder: 29Identifier: HTC 1
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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.

Hanlon Bros. New Fantasma : volvelle advertisement, circa 1895

File — Box: 3, Folder: 30Identifier: HTC 1
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Square volvelle printed on both sides. Illustration on front is of a clown (actor George H. Adams) squeezing an irate cat, with a window where the clown's face is. As the wheel revolves, it shows the clown with six different expressions. Text printed on the back: "Look on the Other Side and See Geo. H. Adams Sqeezing [sic] the Poor Cat, Isn't It Awful?"

Finocchio's "World's Most Famous and Talented Female Impersonators" : advertisement, circa 1960-1965

File — Box: 3, Folder: 31Identifier: HTC 1
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Advertisement and drink menu for a female impersonator show at Finocchio's in San Francisco (Calif.), annotated by an attendee.

NAACP Presents a nation-wide...television Freedom Spectacular : poster, 1964 May 14

File — Box: 3, Folder: 32Identifier: HTC 1
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Poster for the Freedom Spectacular, an observance of the 10th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision on school segregation.

The Georgian Colored Minstrel Comedy Company : handbill, 1893 February

File — Box: 3, Folder: 27Identifier: HTC 1
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Advertisement for an entertainment at Randall's Hall, West Milton (Ohio).

Lyric Theatre. Robert Rockmore presents "Run, Little Chillun!" by Hall Johnson : program, 1933 March

File — Box: 3, Folder: 26Identifier: HTC 1
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Program for "a Negro folk drama in four scenes" by Hall Johnson and directed by Frank Merlin.

The Negro Playwrights Company, Inc, presents "Big White Fog" by Theodore Ward : handbill, 1940 October 22

File — Box: 3, Folder: 25Identifier: HTC 1
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Handbill shows the cast of characters and the schedule of scenes. From dealer's description: this play was first produced by the Black unit of the Federal Theatre Project in Chicago in 1938.

Students' Dance Recitals: Martha Graham and dance group : handbill, 1941 February 1

File — Box: 3, Folder: 28Identifier: HTC 1
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One of the series, Students' Dance Recitals, this one featuring four dances. Dancers included Graham and Merce Cunningham.

Morris Brothers, Pell & Trowbridge's Minstrels : program ; Ordway Hall, (Boston, Mass.), circa 1860

File — Box: 3, Folder: 22Identifier: HTC 1
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Typescript program describing the rules of Ordway Hall and the featured entertainment, which included: clog dancers, an illusionist, Shakespearean readings, music, and more.

The Equine Wonder, Black Beauty : broadside ; University Stables, (Cambridge, Mass.), undated

File — Box: 3, Folder: 23Identifier: HTC 1
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Broadside advertising the exhibition of Black Beauty, a hermaphrodite horse, at the university stables.

Millie and Christine McKoy, conjoined twins : broadside ; Brewster Hall, (New York, NY), undated

File — Box: 3, Folder: 24Identifier: HTC 1
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Broadside featuring the singing and dancing conjoined twins Millie and Christine McKoy. The McKoy's went by the stage names "The Carolina Twins", "The Two-Headed Nightingale" and "The Eighth Wonder of the World".

The French Giant : etched portrait, circa 1822

File — Box: 3, Folder: 9Identifier: HTC 1
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An etched portrait that depicts French Giant, Louis Frenz standing dressed in uniform, extending an arm over the head of a man, near an onlooking child and woman.

U.S. General Hospital Emory (Washington, D.C.). New Year's Celebration : broadside, 1865 January

File — Box: 3, Folder: 1Identifier: HTC 1
Scope and Contents:

Playbills, programs, advertisements, and other material announcing or publicizing theatrical productions. This collection is an assembled collection. Other than format, the contents are not related.

New York Popular Publishing Company Lists of Hand, Joke and Comic Books, and Favorite Dime Song Books, undated

File — Box: 3, Folder: 2Identifier: HTC 1
Scope and Contents:

Playbills, programs, advertisements, and other material announcing or publicizing theatrical productions. This collection is an assembled collection. Other than format, the contents are not related.

Professor O.R. Gleason's Full Outfit for Handling Wild and Vicious Horses : broadside, undated

File — Box: 3, Folder: 3Identifier: HTC 1
Scope and Contents:

Playbills, programs, advertisements, and other material announcing or publicizing theatrical productions. This collection is an assembled collection. Other than format, the contents are not related.