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Illustrated program of Richard Carvel, performed at the Empire Theatre, New York, starring John Drew and autographed by him, 1900

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Scope and Contents The collection spans the years 1900-1938 and is formed by items with some references to theatrical and artistic events of the period. Included are three theatrical bills, an illustrated manuscript of a poem, and a bulletin (January 1938) of the National League of American Pen Women. Two of the programs are from events held in Baltimore: a travel talk by E. M. Newman (Edward Manuel Newman, 1870-1953) during the season, 1916-1917, and a performance by the Vagabond Players (undated). A program...

Program of Newman Traveltalks (Edward Manuel Newman), performed in Baltimore, 1916-1917

 File — Container: 1 [31151030055648]
Scope and Contents The collection spans the years 1900-1938 and is formed by items with some references to theatrical and artistic events of the period. Included are three theatrical bills, an illustrated manuscript of a poem, and a bulletin (January 1938) of the National League of American Pen Women. Two of the programs are from events held in Baltimore: a travel talk by E. M. Newman (Edward Manuel Newman, 1870-1953) during the season, 1916-1917, and a performance by the Vagabond Players (undated). A program...

Official Bulletin of the National League of American Pen Women, 1938

 File — Container: 1 [31151030055648]
Scope and Contents The collection spans the years 1900-1938 and is formed by items with some references to theatrical and artistic events of the period. Included are three theatrical bills, an illustrated manuscript of a poem, and a bulletin (January 1938) of the National League of American Pen Women. Two of the programs are from events held in Baltimore: a travel talk by E. M. Newman (Edward Manuel Newman, 1870-1953) during the season, 1916-1917, and a performance by the Vagabond Players (undated). A program...

Program of The Vagabond Players of Baltimore, performing plays by Luigi Pirandello, Wilbur Daniel Steele and Susan Glaspell; Program includes mention of "war tax" and probably dates from the First World War., undated

 File — Container: 1 [31151030055648]
Scope and Contents The collection spans the years 1900-1938 and is formed by items with some references to theatrical and artistic events of the period. Included are three theatrical bills, an illustrated manuscript of a poem, and a bulletin (January 1938) of the National League of American Pen Women. Two of the programs are from events held in Baltimore: a travel talk by E. M. Newman (Edward Manuel Newman, 1870-1953) during the season, 1916-1917, and a performance by the Vagabond Players (undated). A program...

Manuscript of "The Lotos Days," an anonymous poem illustrated with drawings and photographs, undated

 File — Container: 1 [31151030055648]
Scope and Contents The collection spans the years 1900-1938 and is formed by items with some references to theatrical and artistic events of the period. Included are three theatrical bills, an illustrated manuscript of a poem, and a bulletin (January 1938) of the National League of American Pen Women. Two of the programs are from events held in Baltimore: a travel talk by E. M. Newman (Edward Manuel Newman, 1870-1953) during the season, 1916-1917, and a performance by the Vagabond Players (undated). A program...

Henry R. Bishop letter

 Collection — Container: 1 [31151030055648]
Identifier: MS-0355
Overview Henry Rowley Bishop (1786–1855) was an English musical composer. This collection consists of a hand-written letter written by Henry Rowley Bishop to James Silk Buckingham, dated April 9, 1846.

Percy Stickney Grant eulogy for Clyde Fitch

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Identifier: MS-0357
Overview Percy Stickney Grant (1860–1927) was an American priest of the Episcopal Church. Clyde Fitch (1865-1909) was an American dramatist, the most popular writer for the Broadway stage of his time (1890–1909). This collection consists of one item: Rev. Percy Stickney Grant's remarks at Fitch's funeral at New York City's Church of the Ascension in 1909.