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Author: D W GriffithEdward E RiceJohn Herbert CorningJoseph CawthornEugene CowlesAll authors
Publisher: 1899-1940.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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A collection of souvenir programs for theater and motion picture performances found in the Library of Congress Rare Book and Special Collections Division Theater Playbills and Programs collection. Includes illustrations by Ralph Barton, Asa Cassidy, Howard Chandler Christy, Marc Gambier, Ernest Haskell, Al Hirschfeld, N. Remisoff, Sarony, Soudeikine and others published by R.G. Craerin, R.H. Russell, Herbert S.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Display cards
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Named Person: Maude Adams; Viola Allen; Maurice Evans; Minnie Maddern Fiske; Mary Mannering; Julia Marlowe; Alice Nielsen; Raimu; E H Sothern
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D W Griffith; Edward E Rice; John Herbert Corning; Joseph Cawthorn; Eugene Cowles; Richie Ling; Alice Nielsen; Guy Standing, Sir; Hall Caine, Sir; Clyde Fitch; Paul Leicester Ford; Victor Herbert; Robert Hichens; Justin H McCarthy; Langdon Elwyn Mitchell; Frederic Norton; Louis Napoleon Parker; Channing Pollock; Edward E Rose; Edmond Rostand; William Shakespeare; Harry B Smith; John M Snyder; Stanislaus Stange; Leo Trevor; Actors' Fund of America.; Teatr "Letuchai︠a︡ myshʹ".; Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 830123522
Notes: Title devised by Library staff.
LC copy 1 of Mary Mannering in "Janice Meredith" accompanied by display card advertising sale of the souvenir program. Card removed from item and shelved with Thr E/J Oversize under "Janice Meredith".
Description: [30] items : ill. (some color) ; 39 x 30 cm or smaller.
Contents: Box 1: (A-E): Folder 1 (no. 1): Actors National Memorial Day, Dec. 5th, 1919: To the Actors Fund of America (2 copies) --
Folder 2 (no. 2): Maude Adams in "L'Aiglon" (1900) (2 copies). (no. 2b): Maude Adams in "L'Aiglon" (1900 with variant cover and cover title) --
Folder 3 (no. 3): D.W. Griffith presents "America" (1924) --
Folder 4 (no. 4): Souvenir book of "As Ye Sow" (1906?) --
Folder 5 (no. 5): "Bailieff's Chauve-Souris" Bat Theatre, Moscow [1925] --
Folder 6 (no. 6): Julia Marlowe as "Barbara Frietchie" (1900) (2 copies) --
Folder 7 (no. 7): The picture book of "Becky Sharp" (1900) --
Folder 8 (no. 8): "Ben Hur" (1926) --
Folder 9 (no. 9): "Brother Officers" (1900) (2 copies) --
Folder 10 (no. 10): "Chu Chin Chow" (1917) --
Folder 11 (no. 11): Souvenir program. Edward E. Rice's testimonial in celebration of his forty years in management, 1877-1917 (Oct. 28, 1917). Box 1: (F-J): Folder 12 (no. 12): Viola Allen in Hall Caine's new play "The Eternal City" (1902) --
Folder 13 (no. 13): "La Femme du Boulanger" (1940) --
Folder 14 (no. 14): "The Fool" (1923) --
Folder 15 (no. 15): Miss Alice Nielsen in "The Fortune Teller" & "The Singing Girl" (1899) --
Folder 16 (no. 16): "The Garden of Allah" (1911) --
Folder 17 (no. 17): "Gone With the Wind" (1939) --
Folder 18 (no. 18): Twelfth annual revue of the Green Room Club (1915) --
Folder 19 (no. 19): "Henry IV" (part I) (1939) --
Folder 20 (no. 20): "The Highlanders, 1739-1939" (1939) --
Folder 21 (no. 21): "If I Were King" (1901) --
Folder 22 (no. 22a): Mary Mannering as "Janice Meredith" (1900) (2 copies). (no. 22b) Mary Mannering in "Janice Meredith" (1900 with variant cover and cover title) --
Folder 23 (no. 23): "Joseph and His Brethren" souvenir book of the play (1913).
Other Titles: Aiglon.
As ye sow.
Balieff's chauve-souris.
Barbara Frietchie.
Becky Sharp.
Brother officers.
Chu Chin Chow.
Eternal city.
Fool.
Fortune teller.
Garden of Allah.
Gone with the wind.
Green Room Club twelfth annual revue.
Henry IV, part 1.
If I were king.
Janice Meredith.
Joseph and his brethren.
Singing girl.
America (Motion picture)
Ben-Hur (Motion picture : 1925)
Femme du boulanger (Motion picture)
Gone with the wind (Motion picture)

Abstract:

A collection of souvenir programs for theater and motion picture performances found in the Library of Congress Rare Book and Special Collections Division Theater Playbills and Programs collection. Includes illustrations by Ralph Barton, Asa Cassidy, Howard Chandler Christy, Marc Gambier, Ernest Haskell, Al Hirschfeld, N. Remisoff, Sarony, Soudeikine and others published by R.G. Craerin, R.H. Russell, Herbert S. Stone and Company and others.

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