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003Theatre:
1922 Chromolithographed cover of Theatre Magazine by
Clara Elsene Peck.
12 x 9 in. $40



004thea: 1901 Ethel Barrymore Portrait. The portrait of Ms. Ethel Barrymore was published in a 1901 issue of Leslie's Weekly. It shows a photograph of the young actress and socialite surrounded by a lovely border. 11x16 in. $30



005Theatre:
1957 Civic Light Opera Souvenir Program for Mary Martin in Annie Get Your Gun, co-starring John Raitt, with a special feature, "Our Brazilian Adventure" by Mary Martin.
12 x 9 in. $50



006Theatre:
1859 Wood engraved scene titled, "Sir John Falstaff Examining the Recruits Provided for him by Justice Shallow." Painted by John Gilbert. -- From the Exhibition of the
British Institution.
16 x 11 in. $40



007thea: 1920 Silent Movie Card. Print was published in 1920 as a movie card for the silent movie "The World and His Wife." The caption reads "What are you doing here?" Placards such as this one were used to promote silent screen films in Hollywood's early days. 11x14 in. $40



008thea: 1920 Silent Movie Card. Print was published in 1920 as a movie card for the silent film "His Own Law," starring Hobart Bosworth. 11x14 in. $40



010thea: 1877 Jesters. Wood engraving from an 1877 issue of Harper's Weekly shows a court jester confiding in his prop. The title is "Friends in Council." Print is accompanied by text describing the history of court jesters. 11x16 in. $40


 

011thea: 1882 Punch and Judy in Paris. Hand-colored, old wood engraving by C.S. Reinhart published in an 1882 issue of Harper's Weekly shows a Punch and Judy show in Paris. 11x16 in. $40


015thea: 1915 Actress Portrait: Phyllis Neilson-Terry. Color lithographed cover to the Oct. 1915 issue of Theatre Magazine, featuring a portrait of Phyllis Neilson-Terry, a popular stage actress. 10x13 in. $50


016Theatre:
1869 Hand colored steel engraving titled, "The Jester," which was engraved by D. Appleton & Co., New York. Image shows a Jester well-liked by birds and a
monkey sitting by.
15 x 11 in. $50



017Theatre:
Hand colored steel engraving showing Mr. Hackett as Falstaff quoting one of his lines, "Who comes here? My doe?" From the Merry Wives of Windsor, Act 5, Scene 5. Engraved by John Tallis & Co., New York.
10-1/2 x 7 in. $40



018thea: 1905 Actress Portrait: Eleanor Robson. Color lithographed cover to the June 1905 issue of Theatre Magazine, featuring a portrait of Eleanor Robson, a popular stage actress. 10x13 in. $50



019thea: 1913 Actress Portrait: May de Sousa. Color lithographed cover to the Dec. 1913 issue of Theatre Magazine, featuring a portrait of May de Sousa, a popular stage actress. 10x13 in. $50


020Theatre:
1888 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engravings showing Scenes and Characters from "A Midsummer Night's Dream," as Produced at Daly's Theatre. Drawn by
Frederick Barnard.
16 x 10-1/2 in. $60


021Theatre:
1878 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving showing Theatrical Scene-Painting at Work.
Drawn by C. Graham.
16 x 11 in. $50


022thea: 1910 Actress Portrait: Mary Boland. Color lithographed cover to the Nov. 1910 issue of Theatre Magazine, featuring a portrait of Mary Boland, a popular stage actress. 10x13 in. $50



023thea: A wonderful 1947 twelve page program from the Earl Carrol Theater Restaurant in Hollywood, CA. The stage show was titled "The Most Beautiful Girls In The World". This program is from his 10th year featuring reviews of the shows, their radio broadcasts, celebrities and actual show scenes. 12x9 in. $35


024Theatre:
1950 San Francisco Civic Light Opera program for South Pacific from The Playgoer shown at the War Memorial Opera House.
9 x 6 in. $30

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