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Summary: American sheet music, probably from the larger collection of Mrs. Heyliger de Windt; chiefly for voice and piano, some for piano solo. Box 1. Popular music (early 1800s to 1870) chiefly published in Boston by Graupner; two books written and published by Gottlieb Graupner in Boston: 1st and 2nd "improved and enlarged" edition of Rudiments of the art of playing on the Piano Forte. Box 2. Music with lyrics by: Mrs. Hemans ; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ; Oliver Wendell Holmes...
Summary: Sheet music published in America, chiefly from (but not limited to) the Raymond S. Wilkins and Evert Jansen Wendell collections; for voice and piano, some for piano solo.
Summary: American sheet music, scant few published in London; chiefly for voice and piano, some for piano solo, with lyrics by English poet Felicia Dorothea Hemans.
Scope and Contents: Draft of manuscript contract (1728) and printed broadside describing sale of the property (1860).
Summary: Includes playbills from the Cupola Players of Castine, Maine, 1957-1962; a typescript script for a Cupola Players production of "The daring escape of General Peleg Wadsworth" 1967; an undated photograph of Hatch in Castine; three phonograph records"Frank Hatch sings songs of old Castine" and "Urban redevelopment and other swan songs of old Boston" both 1961; limericks written for Hatch by the staff of the Harvard Theatre Collection; and miscellaneous printed material by and about...
Summary: Includes photographs of Larson. There are approximately 1-3 items in each envelope.
Summary: Printed plays and theatrical pamphlets signed by actor John Gilbert, 1828-1864, including some marked up as prompt books; and printed plays signed by George Peirce, 1886-1890.
Scope and Contents: Typescript plays by various authors, including: Alfred Lys Baldry, C. Lafont, Dorothy Leighton, Cyril Twyford, and Herman Vezin. Also with an autograph manuscript of La lune rousse by F. Burillon and a script by an unknown author.
Harvard Theatre Collection collection of materials related to Noel Coward's Hay fever: a play in three acts
Summary: 1925 box includes: paper cover copy of play (London: Ernest Benn Ltd), French Acting Edition, 1927; clippings; and promotional material. 1964 box includes: 2 copies of souvenir program from The National Theatre (one signed by Edith Adams); miscellaneous cast lists (one autographed by cast members); clippings; a letter to Mrs. Robert Graff.