The Resource Our theatres to-day. : Beginning of the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of early managers and players, with anecdotal account of the growth of the amusement industry. Stories and personal sketches of men and women connected with famous houses in a bygone era, as well as the present; from 1732 to 1913

Our theatres to-day. : Beginning of the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of early managers and players, with anecdotal account of the growth of the amusement industry. Stories and personal sketches of men and women connected with famous houses in a bygone era, as well as the present; from 1732 to 1913

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Our theatres to-day. : Beginning of the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of early managers and players, with anecdotal account of the growth of the amusement industry. Stories and personal sketches of men and women connected with famous houses in a bygone era, as well as the present; from 1732 to 1913
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Our theatres to-day.
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Beginning of the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of early managers and players, with anecdotal account of the growth of the amusement industry. Stories and personal sketches of men and women connected with famous houses in a bygone era, as well as the present; from 1732 to 1913
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eng
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Dimmick, Ruth Crosby
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PN2277 N5
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D6
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dictionaries
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Theater
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Our theatres to-day. : Beginning of the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of early managers and players, with anecdotal account of the growth of the amusement industry. Stories and personal sketches of men and women connected with famous houses in a bygone era, as well as the present; from 1732 to 1913
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Our theatres to-day. : Beginning of the drama on Manhattan Island and the troublous days of early managers and players, with anecdotal account of the growth of the amusement industry. Stories and personal sketches of men and women connected with famous houses in a bygone era, as well as the present; from 1732 to 1913
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1 online resource (97pages)
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online
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remote

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