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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.
Scope and Contents: The plays that are the subject of the clippings were produced in New York, and most are undated.
Summary: Programs, clippings, folder of nine published play texts, and a souvenir album with clipings and programs. All materials concern actress Sarah Bernhardt.
Summary: Includes letters addressed to Shaw, mostly concerning the Harvard Theatre Collection, 1915-1927; and Shaw's partial typescript memoir"Notes of my Boy-hood" describing his childhood in Maine and Boston in the 1850s and 1860s, written in 1924. Correspondents include George Pierce Baker, George M. Cohan, Gabrielle Enthoven, Minnie Maddern Fiske, and Wilhelm Gericke. All of the correspondents are from the first half of the alphabet, A through M. Some letters are addressed to Lillian Hall, Gould's...