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Contains mainly black-and-white photographs of dance production scenes, mostly from the latter half of the twentieth century.
News clippings and other ephemeral material concerning theatrical subjects taken from American and British newspapers and various other sources.
Printed playbills and programs with prominent male stars.
Printed playbills and programs from productions presented at theaters in New York City, New York, USA.
Includes printed sheet music, many with illustrated covers, organized by topic.
Contains prints (visual works), newsclippings, and posters displaying exterior and interior views and seating charts of international theaters, except those in Great Britain and Paris, France.
Contains prints (visual works), newsclippings, posters, photographs, and plans displaying exterior and interior views and floorplans of theaters in the United States, except those in New York, New York and Boston, Massachusetts.
Contains portrait, artist, scene, and theatre drawings and sketches related to theatrical and dance productions, collected by the Harvard Theatre Collection.
Contains printed playbills, programs, and a few posters from productions presented at theaters in countries other than the United States or Great Britain.
Contains depictions of popular entertainment including circuses, equestrian and acrobatic acts, automata, processions, pageants, tableaux, puppetry, commedia dell'arte, Harlequinade and pantomime, and burlesque performances, including advertisements, playbills, posters, programs, printed illustrations, and newspaper clippings.
Contains prints, mainly etchings, of theatrical designs dating from the late sixteenth to mid-nineteenth century.
Contains portrait prints of actors, directors, producers, theatre owners and managers, musicians, composers, conductors, and literary figures, as well as circus and side show performers, owners, and managers.
Contains photomechanical prints from theatrical productions, mainly in England and the United States.
Contains programs, newspaper clippings, prints, photographs, plans, and souvenirs relating to two jubilees and music festivals held in Boston, the National Peace Jubilee and Music Festival in 1869 and the World’s Peace Jubilee and International Music Festival in 1872.