Theatrical and Magic Posters
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|Mickey or The crimson nemesis by Robt. J. Sherman the most popular play of the age.
||Wm. H. West's Big Minstrel Jubilee (formerly of Primrose & West).
||Bronson Howard's greater Shenandoah
|The queen of Chinatown by Joseph Jarrow.
||The queen of Chinatown by Joseph Jarrow.
||Mistakes will happen written by Grant Stewart.
|Edwin Arden's romantic play, Zorah
||Man holding umbrella and another man falling
||Mr. James K. Hackett. The tree of knowledge by R.C. Carton.
|Henri Gressit presents Eugenie Blair in David Belasco's great play, Zaza
||"Where are you going my pretty maid?" "I'm going to Keith's Vaudeville, Sir," she said
||Sol Smith Russell's great play, A poor relation
|The city of New York by Walter Fessler.
||William Gillette Held by the enemy
||Chas. H. Yale's fantastic spectacle, The evil eye, or The many, merry misha
|A sumptuous revival of Bret Harte's beautiful story, M'liss
||The club's baby by Lawrence Sterner & Edw. G. Knoblaugh.
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|The new Siberia by Bartley Campbell.
||William H. West's Big minstrel jubilee a majestic enterprise.
||Old glory a story of our "blue jackets" in Chili [i.e. Chile] by Chas. T. Vincent.
|Siberia written by Bartley Campbell.
||F. Ziegfeld, Jr. presents Anna Held in Papa's wife by DeKoven & Smith.
||Rice's beautiful Evangeline
|Fred E. Wright presents Harry Gilfoil
||Francis Wilson under the management of A.H. Canby in the comic opera, Half a king
||The new Siberia by Bartley Campbell.
|David Higgins' idyl of the Tennessee mountains, At Piney Ridge
||Thos. W. Keene. Macbeth
||Marguerita Sylva in Kirke La Shelle's elaborate opera comique production, The Princess Chic book by Kirke La Shelle, music by Julian Edwards.
Now you can own a rare and unique piece of history right from the original source. These brilliant, humorous, colorful, and sometimes controversial posters speak volumes about our American Heritage. It was a time of laughter and a time of promise. America - the new world. Broadway featured the greatest performers such as Carter The Great, Kellar, Houdini, Andrew Mack, and more.
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