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Finding Aid of the Armond Fields American Theatre collection

Finding aid prepared by Rob Gutner and Jacqueline Morin, 2011

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Fields, Armond, 1930-
Title
Armond Fields American Theatre collection
Collection no.
0337
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1895-1925
Date [inclusive]
1856-2000
Extent
96.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract
This collection documents the history of the American stage before talking cinema, reflecting the birth and death of vaudeville and the advent of the modern Broadway musical. The collection includes books, posters, theater programs, sheet-music covers, souvenirs, rare film footage of vaudevillians, including Weber & Fields, and manuscripts and research notes for Armond Fields' own books.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Armond Fields American Theatre collection, Collection no. 0337, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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Biographical Note

Armond Fields (1930-2008) was an author, artist, art collector and business consultant. Born in Chicago, Illinois, to Louis Max and Esther Fields, he attended schools in the Mid-West. He received his B.S. from the University of Wisconsin (1953), M.A. from the University of Illinois (1955) and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago (1956). He wrote several biographies, primarily on vaudeville performers. His oil paintings, drawings and prints have been exhibited in the United States and Europe. He curated, wrote catalogues, and donated the art for various exhibitions (most recently: Paris, Turn-of-the-Century, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 2003; Vaudeville is Dead! Long Live Vaudeville!, Doheny Library, University of Southern California, 2005). Fields also served as a consultant in the areas of market strategy and consumer behavior including as a self-employed marketing consultant (1969), for Interpublic Co. (marketing and research vice president, 1960-69), for Audio-Video Entertainment, Inc. (corporate officer, 2000-?) and for AltaVoice Communications (consumer behavior consultant, 2001?).

Fields was a social historian specializing in American popular theater from the late nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries. Fields began researching his own family's involvement with early musical theater in New York that led to a biography of his great-uncle Lew Fields From the Bowery to Broadway: Lew Fields and the Roots of American Popular Theatre (1993). He also wrote Eddie Foy: A Biography of the Early Popular Stage Comedian (1999), Lillian Russell: A Biography of "America's Beauty" (1999), James J. Corbett: A Biography of the Heavyweight Boxing Champion and Popular Theater Headliner (2001), Fred Stone: Circus Performer and Musical Comedy Star (2002), Sophie Tucker: First Lady of Show Business (2003), Maude Adams: Idol of American Theater, 1872-1953 (2004), Women Vaudeville Stars: Eighty Biographical Profiles (2006) and Tony Pastor, Father of Vaudeville (2007). He also authored a social reformist biography on Katharine Dexter McCormick: Pioneer for Women's Rights (2003). His interest in French culture resulted in publishing Henri Riviere (1983), George Auriol (1985) and Le Chat Noir: A Montmartre Cabaret and its Artists in Turn-of-the Century Paris (1993).

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Scope and Content

The collection consists chiefly of materials which Armond Fields used or created during the course of his research into American vaudeville and early theatre. There are copies of photographs and a few originals of some of the stars about whom he wrote, as well as other material related to the Vaudeville era: sheet music, theatre programs, newspapers, etc. Also included in the collection are all Fields' research notes for his many books as well as the drafts of the manuscripts. In addition, the collection includes audiotapes of Fields' interviews with family members of some his subjects, and videotapes of early film footage.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
2011
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Processing Information

Collection arranged and described by Rob Gutner and Rohan Panikar. Materials in file folders were kept in their original order and described by their original file folder titles.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.
  • Museum of the City of New York.
  • National Portrait Gallery (Smithsonian Institution).
  • New York Public Library.
  • University of Texas at Austin.
  • Weber & Fields (Comedy team). -- Archives

Genre(s)

  • Audiotapes
  • Ephemera
  • Manuscripts
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks
  • Sheet music
  • Slides (photographs)
  • Songbooks
  • Theater programs
  • Videotapes

Personal Name(s)

  • Adams, Maude, 1872-1953 -- Archives
  • Brady, James Buchanan, 1856-1917 -- Archives
  • Corbett, James J., 1866-1933 -- Archives
  • Fields, Armond, 1930- -- Archives
  • Fields, Lew, 1867-1941 -- Archives
  • Foy, Eddie, 1856-1928 -- Archives
  • McCormick , Katherine Dexter, 1876-1967 -- Archives
  • Montgomery, David Craig, 1870-1917 -- Archives
  • Pastor, Tony, 1837-1908 -- Archives
  • Russell, Lillian, 1861-1922 -- Archives
  • Stone, Fred, 1873-1959 -- Archives
  • Tucker, Sophie, 1884-1966 -- Archives
  • Weber, Joe, 1867-1942 -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Motion pictures--Periodicals
  • Theater--United States--History--20th century--Archival resources
  • Vaudeville--United States--History--19th century--Archival resources

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Works by Armond Fields 

 From the Bowery to Broadway 

Box Folder

 Final Manuscript Draft 

General note

Missing Pgs 441-458

1 1-5

 Final Manuscript, Proofed 

2 1-4

 Weber & Fields: Manuscript - 1st Draft 

3 1

 Weber & Fields: Topics/Chapter Outlines 1986 

3 2

 Weber & Fields: Supplementary Material 1896-1904 

3 3

 Weber & Fields: Manuscript - First Draft 

3 4

 Weber & Fields: Draft Manuscript Material 

3 5

 Drafts and Notes 

3 6

 Miscellaneous Reference 

3 7

 Marketing and Promotion Proposal 

3 8

 Lew Fields Book: Cover Designs 

4 1

 Epilogue: From the Bowery to Broadway to Beverly Hills 

4 2

 Marketing and Promotion Materials 

4 3

 Lew Fields Book/Oxford Designs 

4 4

 Photographs, Captions, Order 

4 5

 Oxford Presentation 

4 6

 Lew Fields: 1920s-30s Info 

4 7

 Lew Fields: Final Bibliography 

4 8

 Weber & Fields: Early Movies 

4 9

 From Bowery to Broadway - Index 

4 10

 Addresses and phone numbers undated 

5 1

 Sidebars undated 

5 2

 Lew Fields: Permissions undated 

5 3

 Lew Fields: Catalog of Plays, Performances, Movies, etc. undated 

5 4

 Weber & Fields: New York Clipper 1890-1896 

5 5

 Weber & Fields: Data for sections I, II, III, IV 1872-1889 

5 6

 Weber & Fields/Lew Fields Lincoln Center Scrapbooks 1904-1921 

5 7

 Weber & Fields: Outline, Notes, info. 1904-1912 

5 8

 Weber & Fields: Early Years 1878-1889 

5 9

 The Sun Dodgers undated 

5 10

 The Jolly Bachelors undated 

5 11

 The Midnight Sons undated 

5 12

 Weber & Fields - Variety Arts Archives/Scrapbooks of Susan French undated 

6 1

 Lew Fields: Interview with Ray Marcus 1990 

6 2

 Weber & Fields: Preface and Prologue Drafts undated 

6 3

 Lew Fields 1932-1941 

6 4

 Information on Vaudeville, Musical Theatre undated 

6 5

 Articles on Weber & Fields/ Children undated 

6 6

 Dorothy, Herbert, Joseph Fields: Movies, Shows, Song Lists undated 

6 7

 Fields/Shubert Data 1906-1923 

6 8

 Joe Weber: References undated 

6 9

 Fields Family Project: Pre-text Data; Picture/Quote References; Outlines; etc. undated 

6 10

 Fields Project: Bibliography, Reference Listings: Weber & Fields undated 

6 11

 Fields (+Weber) Supplemental Material 1904-1912 

6 12

 Weber & Fields: Theaters, Theater Pictures undated 

6 13

 Fields family: Genealogy, Historical Material on Family Mambers, Vital Statistics undated 

6 14

 Weber & Fields: Miscellaneous Pictures undated 

6 15

 Weber & Fields: Movies/Records undated 

6 16

 Weber & Fields/Lew Fields: Reference Material from Misc. Books/Bio Material undated 

6 17

 Misc. References to Data Sources, Information on Family Members undated 

6 18

 Lew Fields: Preface undated 

6 19

 Lew Fields: Manuscript 1925-1932 

6 20

 Lew Fields, Manuscripts & Notes 1921-1925 

7 1

 Lew Fields: Manuscript (Chap. X) 1912-1917 

7 2

 Lew Fields: Manuscript 1912-1917 

7 3

 Variety 1925-1933 

7 4

 Weber & Fields ( Variety Magazine Data) 1918-1925 

7 5

 Lew Fields: Manuscript 1904-1912 

7 6

 Lew Fields: Manuscript 1917-1921 

7 7

 Content Outline & Introduction undated 

7 8

 Lew Fields 1925-1932 

7 9

 Notecards, undated 

7 10

 "A Wedtime Story" 1936 

8 1

 "Old Dutch" undated 

8 2

 "The Hen Pecks" 1939 

8 3

 Notes/Sources undated 

8 4-5

 Eddie Foy Research Files 

Box Folder

 Manuscript Draft 

9 1-4

 Eddie Foy: Introduction-Chapter 2 

9 5-7

 Eddie Foy: Chapter 3-12 

10 1-10

 Eddie Foy: Chapter 13-Legacy 

11 1-4

 Eddie Foy: Catalog Raisonee Movies 

11 5

 Eddie Foy: Acknowledgments 

11 6

 Eddie Foy: Footnotes 

11 7

 Eddie Foy: Bibliography 

11 8

 Index and Notes 

11 9

 Eddie Foy: Movies 

11 10

 Eddie Foy: Music Sheets 

11 11

 Book Mailing List 

11 12

 Eddie Foy: Iroquois Theater Fire, Dec. 30, 1903 

12 1

 Eddie Foy: Pictures 

12 2

 Actor's Equity Strike, 1919 

12 3

 Eddie Foy, Jr. 

12 4

 Eddie Foy: William Jerome 

12 5

 Eddie Foy: Picture Captions 

12 6

 Eddie Foy: "Clowning Through Life" Colliers 1926-1927 

12 7

 Eddie Foy: Pictures (copies) 

12 8

 White Rats 1916-1917 

12 9

 Eddie Foy: Research Sources 

13 1

 Eddie Foy: Letters 

13 2

 Book Project Planning 

13 3

 Eddie Foy: Biography Material 

13 4

 Eddie Foy: Permissions 

13 5

 Eddie Foy: Photographs 

13 6

 History of Vaudeville/Humor 

13 7

 Eddie Foy: Chronology 

13 8

 Eddie Foy: Family Relations 

13 9

 Foy Family Genealogy 

13 10

 Theatre Magazine Index 

13 11

 Eddie Foy: Quotes 

13 12

 Eddie Foy III Interviews 

13 13

 Eddie Foy: Comedy, Development of (19th Century), undated 

13 14

 Eddie Foy: Posters/ Programs undated 

13 15

 Eddie Foy: 1885 

13 16

 Eddie Foy: 1886 

13 17

 Eddie Foy: David Henderson undated 

13 18

 Eddie Foy: 1888-1909 

13 19-38

 Eddie Foy: 1910-1912 

14 1-3

 Eddie Foy and the Seven Little Foys 1913-1923 

14 4-11

 Eddie Foy: Tombstone undated 

14 12

 Eddie Foy: Dodge City 1878-1879 

14 13

 Eddie Foy: Denver undated 

14 14

 Eddie Foy: Butte, Montana undated 

14 15

 Eddie Foy: New York Clipper 1875-1878 

14 16-17

 Eddie Foy: New York Dramatic News 1879 

14 18

 Eddie Foy: Leadville 1879-1880 

14 19

 Eddie Foy: New York Clipper/Dramatic News 1880 

14 20

 Eddie Foy: New York Clipper 1881 

14 21

 Eddie Foy: New York Clipper/Dramatic News 1882 

14 22

 Eddie Foy: New York Clipper 

14 23, 26-34, 36-40

 Eddie Foy: New York Clipper 1883-1907 

15 1-2, 4-11

 Eddie Foy: Salt Lake City Theater undated 

14 24

 Eddie Foy: Carncross Minstrels 1883-1885 

14 25

 Eddie Foy: Dancing Techniques undated 

14 35

 Eddie Foy: MCNY Shows 1898-1912 

15 3

 Eddie Foy: Dramatic Mirror 1907 

15 12

 Dramatic Mirror/Clipper 1908 

15 13

 Eddie Foy: New York Clipper 1909-1923 

15 14, 17-30

 Eddie Foy/ Shubert's 1904-1910 

15 15

 A. Toxen Worm/ Shubert's 1910 

15 16

 Eddie Foy: Locke Scrapbooks 1889-1923 

15 31

 Eddie Foy: 4th Marriage - Marie Combs 

15 32

 Eddie Foy 1926-1928 

15 33

 The Foys: Post 1928 

15 34

 Bryan Foy: All Foys 

15 35

 Eddie Foy: Obits 

15 36

 Eddie Foy: New Rochelle 

15 37

 Eddie Foy: Legacy 

15 38

 Manuscript Final, Introduction, and Chapters 1-3 

16 1

 Chapters 3-16 

16 2-8

 Performance Chronology, Bibliography, & Footnotes 

16 9

 Lillian Russell Research Files 

Box Folder

 Lillian Russell: References, Sources 

17 1

 Lillian Russell: Correspondence 

17 2

 Lillian Russell: Photos 

17 3

 Cosmopolitan: Lillian Russell Autobiography 1922 

17 4

 Lillian Russell: Notes 1904-1922 

17 5-8

 Lillian Russell: Notes 1908-1922 

17 6-8

 Lillian Russell: Epilogue/Legacy 

17 9

 Lillian Russell: Acknowledgments 

17 10

 Lillian Russell: Performance Chronology 

17 11

 Lillian Russell: Footnotes 

17 12

 Lillian Russell: Bibliography 

17 13

 Lillian Russell: Film Reviews, Movie Script 

17 14

 Lillian Russell: Miscellaneous Notes 

17 15

 Musical "Diamond Jim"  

17 16

 Lillian Russell: Intoduction 

18 1

 Lillian Russell: Introduction-Chapter 6 

18 1-7

 Lillian Russell: Chapter 7-12 

19 1-6

 Lillian Russell: Reminiscences - PTS 1-6 

19 7

 Lillian Russell: My Mother, Lillian Russell by Dorothy LIBERTY SERIES 1929 

19 8

 Lillian Russell: Published Material: Articles, Magazines, etc. 

19 9

 Lillian Russell: Clinton History 

19 10

 Lillian Russell: Marie Dressler 

19 11

 Lillian Russell: Notes from Books 

20 1

 Lillian Russell: Charles Leonard - Biography 

20 2

 Lillian Russell: Bibliography 

20 3

 Lillian Russell: Chicago World's Fair 1893 

20 4

 Background to New York City & Vaudeville in Late 1880s and Early 1900s 

20 5

 Lillian Russell With Weber & Fields 1899 - 1904 

20 6

 Lillian Russell: Suffragette Information 1914-1918 

20 7

 New York Clipper 1880-1912 

Scope and Content

Some articles pertain to Lillian Russell (1895-1897, 1904-1912), some articles pertain to Weber & Fields (1896-1904, 1912-1920), and some articles pertain to Lou Fields (1904-June 1912).

20 8-29

 New York Clipper 

21 11, 12

 New York Dramatic Mirror 1880-1912 

Scope and Content

Some articles pertain to Lillian Russell (1895-1912).

21 1-10, 14-21, 27

 Lillian Russell: Weber & Fields shows- New York Dramatic Mirror 1899-1904 

21 10

 Lillian Russell: Lady Teazle/ Shubert's 1904-1905 

21 13

 Lillian Russell/ Weber & Fields- Jubilee 1912 

21 22

 Variety December 1905 - June 1912 

21 23-24

 Weber & Fields ( Variety magazine data) 1912-1918 

21 25

 Weber & Fields: Reviews (Newspapers/ Magazine) 1899-1904 

21 26

 Lillian Russell: Newspapers, Articles 

Scope and Content

Articles dated 1883-1885, 1890-1897, 1904-1922, 1930s-1940s, 1945-current.

21 28-32

 Lillian Russell: Newspapers, Articles 

22 3-7, 9-10

 Lillian Russell: Pictures of 57th St. Home 1904 

22 1

 Lillian Russell: Weber & Fields shows 1898-1904 

22 2

 Lillian Russell: Death Notices, Obituaries 

22 8

 Lillian Russell: Manuscript Final 

22 11-14

 Jim Corbett Research Files 

Box Folder

 JJC: Monologues 

23 1

 Corbett: Pictures 

23 2

 JJC: Radio 

23 3

 New Orleans - Boxing History 

23 4

 Eddie Graney 

23 5

 Scientific Boxing 1905 

23 6

 New York Clipper 

23 7-16, 18, 20-22

 New York Clipper 1885-1920 

24 2-23

 British Isles 1894 

23 17

 Corbett/Lake Divorce 1895 

23 19

 Corbett Family/Father/Mother Death 1898 

24 1

 Variety 1921-1932 

25 1-3, 5-13

 Ziegfeld Follies  1923 

25 4

 Corbett: Obituaries 

25 14

 Legacy 

25 15

 Corbett: Jefferies' biography 

25 16

 Queensbury Rules 

25 17

 Boxing: Ring, Trainers, etc. 

25 18

 Ring History - Early boxing 

25 19

 Corbett: Sullivan bio 

25 20

 Corbett: Geneaology 

25 21

 W.M. Brady 

25 22

 Corbett: Research Notes - Miscellaneous 

25 23-25

 Corbett: Olympic Club 

26 1

 Bayside, Long Island 

26 2

 Corbett/Fitzsimmons 

26 3

 Corbett/McAuliffe 

26 4

 Corbett/Jefferies 

26 5

 Corbett/Sharkey 

26 6

 Corbett/McCoy 

26 7

 Corbett/Chowsky fight 

26 8

 Sullivan/Corbett fight 

26 9

 Corbett/Mitchell 

26 10

 Catalog Raisonee - Bouts, shows, movies 

26 11

 JJC: Preface-Chapter 5 

26 12-17

 JJC: Chapter 6-12 

27 1-7

 JJC: Chapter 13-14 

28 1-2

 Corbett: Bio materials 

28 3

 Corbett: Boxing career 

28 4

 Pictures 

28 5

 Corbett: Movies 

28 6

 Pictures 

28 7

 Corbett: Footnotes 

28 8

 Bibliography 

28 9

 Performance Chronology (Boxing & Theater) 

28 10

 Corbett: Research - Miscellaneous 

29 1

 Corbett: BCN (Boxing Collectors News) 

29 2

 Corbett: Manuscript Final 

29 3-9

 Fred Stone Research Files 

Box Folder

 Fred Stone 

30 1

 Fred Stone: Movies, Records, Radio 

30 2

 Montgomery & Stone - Biographies 

30 3

 Miscellaneous Notes - NYPL 1902-1950 

30 4

 Amityville Stone/Rogers 

30 5

 Edward Borein 

30 6

 Charles Rusell 

30 7

 Rex Beach 

30 8

 Will Rogers 

30 9

 Annie Oakley 

30 10

 W. Rogers Death, Funeral, Family Stories by Stones 

30 11

 Charles Dillingham 

30 12

 Dave Montgomery 

30 13

 Gus Hill 

30 14

 Early Frontier - Colorado, Kansas 

30 15

 Fred Stone: Shows 

30 16

 Fred Stone: Early Circus Career 

30 17

 Interview with Carol Stone 

30 18

 Dorothy Stone: Productions, Shows, Publicity 

30 19

 Letters: Carol, Fred, Allene 

30 20

 Paula Stone: Productions, Shows, Publicity 

30 21

 Wellington, KS 

30 22

 Fred Stone: Last Years at Home 

30 23

 Carol Stone: Shows, Productios 

30 24

 Stone Geneaology 

30 26

 Boulder (Valmont), CO 

30 27

 Early Circus (General) 

30 28

 Dick P. Sutton Circus 

31 1

 F.J. Taylor Circus 

31 2

 W.W. Cole Circus 

31 3

 Topeka Theaters & Topeka History 

31 4
Box

 Fred Stone: 1880-1917 

31

 Fred Stone: 1918-1949 

32
Box Folder

 Fred Stone: Girl From Up There 1901 

31 18

 Allene Crater 

31 21

 Fred Stone: The Wizard of Oz (New York) 1903-1904 

31 22

 Fred Stone: The Red Mill 1906 

31 27

 Fred Stone: The Old Town 1910 

31 33

 Fred Stone: Lady of the Slipper 1912 

31 34

 Fred Stone: Chin-Chin 1914 

31 38

 Fred Stone: Jack O'Lantern 1917 

31 42

 Fred Stone: Tip Top 1920 

32 3

 Fred Stone: Stepping Stones 1924 

32 9

 Fred Stone: Criss Cross 1926 

32 12

 Airplane Accident, Recovery August 1928-1930 

32 15

 Three Cheers: Roger & Dorothy 1928 

32 16

 Fred Stone: Ripples 1930 

32 19

 Fred Stone: Smiling Faces (New York) 1932 

32 22

 Fred Stone: Jayhawker  1934 

32 25

 Fred Stone: Obituaries 

32 31

 Legacy 

32 33

 Stone Letters 

33 1

 Research Sources 

33 2

 Fred Stone: Photographs 

32 3-4

 "Topekans on Stage and Screen" 

34 1

 N.V.A. 1916-1926 

34 2

 Fred Stone Autobiography in Boston Post  November 1924 - January 1925 

34 3

 The Montgomery and  Stone Story by Paula Stone 

34 4

 Fred Stone: Show Photos - Miscellaneous photos of family and career 

34 5

 Photo Captions/Stone 

34 6

 Picture Captions 

34 7

 Photographs for book 

34 8

 Preface 

34 9

 Chapter 1-5 

34 10-14

 Chapter 6-13 

35 1-8

 Chapter 14-16 

36 1-3

 Fred Stone: Acknowledgments 

36 4

 Fred Stone: Footnotes 

36 5

 Bibliography 

36 6

 Fred Stone: Chapter 1 & 2 - First Draft 

36 7

 The Stepping Stones (Dorothy Stone), Pt. 1 

36 8

 The Stepping Stones (Dorothy Stone), Pt. 2 

36 9

 Madame Tussaud and Sons' Catalogue circa 1900 

36 10

 Testimonial to the widow and son of the late Harry Glazier 1909 

36 11

 Sophie Tucker Research Files 

Box Folder

 Sophie Tucker: Introduction-Chapter 8 

37 1-11

 Sophie Tucker: Chapter 9-Epilogue (including Footnotes, References, & Bibliography) 

Scope and Content

Chapter 1 contains notes; Chapter 4 contains divorce documents.

38 1-11

 Epilogue 

38 9

 Sophie Tucker: Footnotes 

38 10

 Sophie Tucker: References, Bibliography 

38 11

 Sophie Tucker: Random Notes 1930-1965 

38 12

 Sophie Tucker: Picture Captions 

38 13

 Sophie Tucker: Photos for Book 

38 14

 Sophie Tucker: Reference Material 

39 1

 Sophie Tucker: Research Sources 

39 2

 Sophie Tucker: Biography Information 

39 3

 Sophie Tucker: Genealogical Material 

39 4

 Sophie Tucker: Letters 

39 5

 Sophie Tucker: Psychology of Sophie Tucker 

39 6

 Sophie Tucker: Musical Routines 

39 7

 Sophie Tucker: Obituaries 

39 8

 Sophie Tucker: Will 

39 9

 Sophie Tucker: Films, TV, Radio 

39 10

 Sophie Tucker: After Death Legacy 

39 11

 Sophie Tucker: Wasserman Interview 

39 12

 Hartford Theater 1899-1901 

39 13

 Red Hot Mamma circa 1920s 

39 14

 The Jews in Hartford 

39 15

 Sophie Tucker: "Jewish Women in Popular Theater" 

39 16

 Jewish History 

39 17

 Richard Kyle Fox Police Gazette 

39 18

 Sophie Tucker: Chicago Jazz 

39 19

 Sophie Tucker: Golden Jubilee album cover 

39 20

 Sophie Tucker 1906-1923 

40 1-17

 Cabarets/Reisenweber's (Legacy) 

40 15

 Sophie Tucker 1924-1939 

41 1-16

 Sophie Tucker 1939-1966 

42 1-29

 Sophie Tucker: Golden Jubilee Book 17 May 1954 

42 17

 Sophie Tucker: The Palace, New York 

42 30

 Sophie Tucker: Variety Reviews 1919-1953 

42 31

 Katherine Dexter McCormick Research Files 

Box Folder

 Family and Personal History- Stanley McCormick 

43 1

 Katherine D. McCormick: Letters, Addresses, Phone Numbers 

43 2

 Katherine D. McCormick: Letters 1996 

43 3

 Katherine D. McCormick: Letters 2001 

43 4

 Katherine D. McCormick: Book Reviews 

43 5

 Stanley McCormick Papers pre 1901 

43 6

 McCormick Family/Diary Referring to Stanley 1874-1910 

43 7

 Stanley & Riven Rock Biography 

43 8

 Courtship, Marriage, Illness, Hospitalization 1903-1908 

43 9

 Alex Beam - Katherine D. McCormick/Stanley 

43 10

 Riven Rock 

43 11

 Virginia McCormick 

43 12

 McCormick Mansion/Rush Street 

43 13

 Josephine Dexter Biography 

43 14

 Dr. Hamilton 

44 1

 International Woman's Suffragette Alliance 

44 2

 I.H. Film - (MCC Letters) 1931 

44 3

 Newton Baker/W.M. Bemis - KDM's Lawyers 

44 4

 Katherine D. McCormick: Psychology of 

44 5

 M.I.T. Dorms & Katherine D. McCormick 1959-1962 

44 6

 Nettie McCormick 

44 7

 SB Data: SBMA, Katherine D. McCormick Donations 

44 8

 Noll: The case of Stanley McCormick; Dr. Meyer, Hoch, Kraepelin & Jelliffe 

44 9

 Dr.Robert Dickinson; Birth Control 1945-1950 

44 10

 History/Development of the Pill 

44 11

 Planned Parenthood 1937-1941, 1952-1954 

44 12

 Hoagland/Neuroendocrine Lab, Early Pincus, The Pill, Hoskins 

44 13

 Abortion/Birth Control Articles 

44 14

 SB - Planned Parenthood 1964 

44 15

 Dr. Gamble, Correspondence with Katherine D. McCormick; Pathfinder Fund 1958-1962 

44 16

 PDFA/Guttmacher 1943-1960 

44 17

 American Birth Control League 

44 18

 Correspondence: Katherine D. McCormick and Elsie Clews 1894-1895 

44 19

 Katherine D. McCormick: Elsie Clews Parsons (Rye Historical Society) 1895-1896 

44 20

 Dr. Gregory Pincus, Personal papers/Diary 1953-1963 

44 21

 Correspondence: J. Dexter to Elsie Clews November 1894-September 1895 

44 22

 Correspondence: J. Dexter to Elsie Clews December 1895-October 1896 

44 23

 Katherine D. McCormick/Sanger Correspondence 1929-1962 

45 1-9

 Smith College: Sanger papers, Research sources 

45 10

 Research sources, Books, Notes 

46 1

 Dexter Geneaology: Richard to Judge Samuel 1642-1863 

46 2

 Katherine D. McCormick: Biographical Information 

46 3

 Wirt Dexter: Biography 

46 4

 Samuel Dexter (Katherine D. McCormick's Brother) 

46 5

 Dexter home: Michigan 

46 6

 Praire Ave/Early Chicago pre 1890 

46 7

 College Equal Suffrage League 1900-1906 

46 8

 Katherine D. McCormick at M.I.T. 1900-1904 

46 9

 Worcester Lab 1952 

46 10

 1904-1909 

46 11-16

 1910-1927 

47 1-19

 NAWSA 1909-1959 

47 11

 1928 

48 1

 Trial Material: Reports, Letters, Correspondence, Articles 1929 

48 2

 Custody Trial 

48 3

 Trial - Kempf/Meyer Testimony 1929 

48 4

 SM/Katherine D. McCormick Trial Material Transcripts 1929-1930 

48 5

 1929-1958 

48 1-23

 G. Calden Interview 1934-1947 

48 11

 New England Hospital 1953-1955 

48 19

 1959 

49 1

 Katherine D. McCormick: Obituaries 

49 2

 Katherine D. McCormick: Will 

49 3

 Stanley: Obituaries 1947 

49 4

 Katherine D. McCormick: Miscellaneous 

49 5-6

 Jane Peyton 

49 7

 Articles 2001 

49 8

 Katherine D. McCormick: Treatments 

49 9

 Katherine D. McCormick: Publisher Letters 

49 10

 Katherine D. McCormick: Miscellaneous Research on Index cards 

49 11-12

 Katherine D. McCormick: Preface-Chapter 33 

50 1-34

 Katherine D. McCormick: Picture Captions 

50 35

 Content Outline 

51 1

 Katherine D. McCormick: Prologue/Introduction-Chapter 8 

51 2-9

 Katherine D. McCormick: Chapter 9-10 

52 1-2

 Katherine D. McCormick: Drafts of later chapters 

52 3

 Katherine D. McCormick: Chapter 15-16 1950-1959 

52 4-5

 Katherine D. McCormick: Miscellaneous research files 

52 6-11

 Katherine D. McCormick: Final Manuscript 

52 B 1-4

 Maude Adams Research Files 

Box Folder

 Photographs undated 

53 1

 Photos- General undated 

53 2

 Introduction-Chapter 8 

53 3-11

 Chapter 9-17 

54 1-9

 Chapter 18-Epilogue undated 

55 1-4

 Picture Captions undated 

55 5

 M.A. Bibliography undated 

55 6

 M.A. Footnotes undated 

55 7
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 Maude Adams: Microfilm 

60
Box Folder

 Photos - Salt Lake Theater undated 

55 8

 Photos - Maude Adams undated 

55 9

 Salt Lake Theater Programs 

55 10

 Photos - S.L. Collegiate Institute undated 

55 11

 Photos - Annie Adams undated 

55 12

 M.A. Research Sources undated 

55 13

 Case Files on Annie Adams (#158) 1916, 1921 

55 14

 Probate Case Files - Julia Adams (#63) 1915 

55 15

 Peter Pan - London 1904 

55 16

 Drew, Southern, De Mille, Belasco undated 

55 17

 Early Touring undated 

55 18

 The Mormon Drama and Maude Adams 1965 

55 19

 Mormon History undated 

55 20

 Virginia City History undated 

56 1

 San Francisco Theater History circa 1870s-1880s 

56 2

 Virginia City Theaters - Chanfrau, Owens, Piper's Opera House, Pope, Union Sq. Company, Ward - Significance of the Era undated 

56 3

 Maude Residences 

56 4

 New Market Theater, Portland Oregon 

56 5

 Virginia Dale 

56 6

 History of Theater in Utah; History of Salt Lake Theater 

56 7

 Kiskadden/Slade 

56 8

 Maude Adams Family Tree; Annie; James Kiscadden [sic] 

56 9

 Maude Adams: James M. Barrie 

56 10

 Maude Adams: Treatment undated 

56 11

 Maude Adams Geneaology 

56 12

 Maude Adams Plays 

56 13

 Maude Adams Biographical Information 

56 14

 Maude Adams Correspondence 

56 15

 Miscellaneous Letters 1850 

56 16

 Maude Adams: Photos, Captions 

56 17

 "The One I Knew Least," article by Maude Adams 1926 

56 18

 The Young Maude Adams by Robbins 1959 

56 19

 Life Story of Maude and Her Mother by Annie Adams 1914 

57 1

 Maude Adams by Robbins 1956 

57 2

 Maude Adams: A Biography by Ada Patterson 1907 

57 3

 Letters - Scribner's/Autobiography/Articles/Book 1925-1953 

57 4

 Annie/Maude Adams Shows circa 1877 

57 5

 Performance Chronology 

57 6

 1865-1876 

57 7

 Hamlin Garland 

57 8

 Dramatic News 1877-1880 

57 9-11

 Dramatic News,  Dramatic Times,  New York Clipper 1881-1883 

57 12

 New York Clipper 1886-1897 

57 13-16

 New York Clipper 

58 1-7

 Salt Lake Collegiate Institute 1883-86 

57 17

 Chronology Miscellaneous 1900-1953 

57 18

 Belasco, De Mille Plays 

57 19

 The Little Minister 

58 8

 1898-1903 

58 9-19

 1904-1914 

59 1-2, 4, 6, 8-14

 1915-1952 

60 1-7, 10

 Adams/Barrymore/Frohman 

58 10

 Charles Frohman 

58 11

 The Dramatic Critic 

58 14

 L'Aiglon 

58 15

 John Alexander 

58 18

 Peter Pan 

59 3

 Sen. Brown & Annie 1906 

59 5

 Boynton/Robbins 

59 7

 Wills/Legal Proceedings: Julia and Annie 1921 

60 8

 General Electric 

60 9

 Cenacle Convent 1901-1922 

General note

1901 - Convent in tours; 1915-16 - Cenacle of St. Regis, NY; 1922 - Donation of home to convent

60 11

 Adams/Erlanger Suit 1935 

60 24

 Stephens College 1937-1950 

60 26

 Richard Harding Davis 

60 27

 Illness/Obituary 1953 

60 39

 After 1953 

60 40

 Tannersville Tribute 1954 

60 41

 Features of Maude's Acting Abilities 

60 42

 Personal Life/Psychology 

60 43

 Women Vaudeville Stars Research Files 

Box Folder

 Vitaphone movies 

61 1

 Research sources 

61 2

 Vaudevillians in Movies 

61 3

 Chapter One: Vaudeville Chronicles 

61 4

 Women in Vaudeville 

61 5

 Vaudeville (History; Development) 

61 6

 Legacy 

61 7

 Manuscript draft 

61 8

 Permissions 

61 9

 Bibliography 

61 10

 Photographs for book 

61 11

 Correspondence 

61 12

 Sheet Music Covers 

61 13

 Lectures 

61 14

 Research 

61 15

 Vesta Tilley 

61 16

 Bonnie Thornton 

62 1

 Fay Templeton 

62 2

 Eva Tanguay 

62 3

 Valeska Suratt 

62 4

 Blossom Seeley 

62 5

 Fritzi Scheff 

62 6

 Ziegfeld Follies 

62 7

 Loie Fuller 

62 8

 Lulu Glaser 

62 9

 Kate Castleton 

62 10

 Kate Claxton 

62 11

 Carrie Nation 

62 12

 Helen Keller 

62 13

 Evelyn Nesbit 

62 14

 Nan Halperin 

62 15

 Florence Walton 

62 16

 Ruth Etting 

63 1

 Winnie Lightner 

63 2

 Fifi D'orsay 

63 3

 Aileen Stanley 

63 4

 Pat Rooney and Marion Bent 

63 5

 Melodrama 

63 6

 Ella Shields 

63 7

 Isabelle Patricola 

63 8

 La Carmencita 

63 9

 Miscellaneous Performers 

63 10

 Lola Montez 

63 11

 Ethel Waters 

63 12

 Fannie Ward 

63 13

 Vesta Victoria 

63 14

 Bessie Wynn 

63 15

 Mae West 

63 16

 Gertrude Vanderbilt 

63 17

 Sophie Tucker 

64 1

 Evelyn Nesbit Thaw/ Russell Thaw 

64 2

 Ruth St. Denis 

64 3

 Rae Samuels 

64 4

 Lillian Russell 

64 5

 Ruth Roye 

64 6

 Blanche Ring 

64 7

 Ada Reeve 

64 8

 Rosa Ponselle 

64 9

 Molly Picon 

64 10

 Olga Petrova 

64 11

 Delia O' Callahan/Friganza 

64 12

 Carrie Nation 

64 13

 Florence Moore 

64 14

 Florence Mills 

64 15

 Bessie McCoy 

64 16

 Stella Mayhew 

64 17

 Cissie Loftus 

65 1

 Alice (and Mary) Lloyd 

65 2

 Ethel Levey 

65 3

 Grace La Rue 

65 4

 Annette Kellerman 

65 5

 Elsie Janis 

65 6

 May Irwin 

65 7

 Edna Wallace Hopper 

65 8

 Gertrude Hoffman 

65 9

 Violet & Daisy Hilton 

65 10

 Fanny Herring 

65 11

 Anna Held 

65 12

 Adelaide Hall 

65 13

 Janette Hackett 

65 14

 Minnie Guyer 

65 15

 Texas Guinan 

65 16

 Yvette Guilbert 

66 1

 Charlotte Greenwood 

66 2

 Lottie Gilson 

66 3

 Trixie Friganza 

66 4

 Irene Franklin 

66 5

 Della Fox 

66 6

 Anna Eva Fay 

66 7

 Kate Elinore 

66 8

 Duncan Sisters 

66 9

 Marie Dressler 

66 10

 Louise Dresser 

66 11

 Kitty Doner 

66 12

 The Dolly Sisters 

66 13

 Mlle Dazie 

66 14

 Maggie Cline 

66 15

 Ina Claire 

66 16

 The Cherry Sisters 

66 17

 Irene Castle 

67 1

 Emma Carcus 

67 2

 Mrs. Patrick Campbell 

67 3

 Fanny Brice 

67 4

 Marie Cahill 

67 5

 Irene Bordoni 

67 6

 Sarah Bernhardt 

67 7

 Nora Bayes 

67 8

 Ethyl Barrymore 

67 9

 Belle Baker 

67 10

 The Astaires (Fred & Adele) 

67 11

 Tony Pastor Research Files 

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 Tony Pastor: 1858-1868 

67 12-23

 Tony Pastor: 1869-1884 

68 1-16

 Tony Pastor: 1885-1895 

69 1-14

 Tony Pastor: 1896-1908 

70 1-15

 Concert Saloon Law 1862 

67 16

 Aunt Louisa Eldredge 

69 5

 Keith Proctor 

69 10

 Panic of 1893 

69 12

 Syndicate and White Rats 1900 

70 4

 Elmhurst, Long Island, New York 

70 8

 Tony Pastor: Death, Wills, etc. 

70 16

 Miscellaneous items: Pastor 1909-1913 

70 17

 Tony Pastor: Legacy 

70 18

 Tony Pastor: Financials - Theatres, Reciepts, Expenses, Salaries 

71 1

 Pastor: Family, Heritage 

71 2

 Tony Pastor: Adele Pastor 

71 3

 M.B. Leavitt & Tony Pastor 

71 4

 Tony Pastor Travel: Europe 

71 5

 Minstrelsy 

71 6

 The Elks/Jolly Corks 1867-1868 

71 7

 Correspondence 

71 8

 Tony Pastor: Research Sources 

71 9

 Tony Pastor: Music, Songs, Farces 

71 10

 Tony Pastor: Bio Material 

71 11

 People: Poole, Sanderson, Woodruff, Butler 

71 12

 Circus - General History, Pastor's Career 1847 - 1861 

71 13

 Early History/Career 

71 14

 Early New Haven, Connecticut 

71 15

 Cultural History 1830-1859 

71 16-18

 Civil War, Draft Riots 

72 1

 Cultural History 1860-1869 

72 2

 New York City Directories 1861-1827 

72 3

 Maps of New York City 

72 4

 Programs/Pastor's Theatres 

72 5

 Entry into U.S. 

72 6

 New York City: Panic of 1837 

72 7

 Barnum's Museum 

72 8

 New York City Population, Blackwell's Island 

72 9

 Early New York 1830-1860 

72 10

 Henry Clay Miner 

72 11

 Frank Pastor, William Pastor 

72 12

 Tony Pastor: Abe Hummel 

72 13

 Tony Pastor: NYP -Billy Rose Collection 

72 14

 Introduction-Chapter 10 

72 15-25

 Chapter 11-Epilogue (includes Footnotes, Bibliography) 

73 1-8

 Tony Pastor: 1891-1894 

74 1-4

 Tony Pastor: Photocopies 

74 5

 Tony Pastor: 1885 

74 6

 Tony Pastor: Miscellaneous 

74 7
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 Tony Pastor: Miscellaneous and Photos 

114

 Milestones in American Theatre 

Scope and Content

Manuscript in progress, as of Armond Field's death in 2008.

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Series 2:  Photographs and Slides 

 Photo Album 

Scope and Contents note

Photo album contains photographs of early vaudeville performers glued onto black pages. Album is 5.5 x 8 inches; fragile, some pages are detached. Actors depicted include: Viola Allen, Julia Arthur, Ethel Barrymore, Blanche Bates, Irene Bentley, Amelia Bingham, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Mrs. Leslie Carter, Emma Eames, Maxine Elliott, Grace George, Marie George, Isabel Irving, Mary Mannering, Julia Marlowe, Edna May, Chauncey Olcott, Lillian Russell, Julia Sanderson, and E.H. Sothern.

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 Photographs 

Arrangement note

Arranged by last name or title in alphabetical order

Box Folder

 Abbey, Henry E. undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 1

 Adams, Maude undated   black and white, postcard

76 2

 Alcazar Theatre, San Francisco undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white, illustration

76 3

 Anderson, Mary 1890   cabinet card

76 4

 Armstrong, Louis circa 1952   4.25 x 6 inches, black and white, postcard

76 5

 Arnold, Edward; Fields, Lew; Blossoms on Broadway 1937   8 x 10 inches, black and white

76 6

 Astaire, Fred and Adele undated   5 x 8.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 7

 Baker, Belle undated   5 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 8

 Baker, Belle undated   5 x 7 inches, color

76 9

 Barrymore, Ethel undated   3 x 6.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 10

 Barrymore, Ethel; Hopper, Edna Wallace undated   3.5 x 5.5 inches, black and white, photos glued to each side of a scrapbook page

76 11

 Bayes, Nora undated   5 x 6.75 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 12

 Bent, Marion undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 3 copies

76 13

 Berlin, Irving; Tucker, Sophie undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 14

 Bernhardt, Sarah undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 15

 Bonehill, Bessie undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

76 16

 Bordoni, Irene undated   6.5 x 8.5 inches, black and white

76 17

 Bordoni, Irene undated   4 x 4.75 inches, black and white

76 18

 Brady, William A. (James J. Corbette's manager) 1892   6 x 8.5 inches, black and white, illustration

76 19

 Brice, Fanny undated   4 x 4.5 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white, one copy and 3 copies

76 20

 Brice, Fanny undated   11 x 8.5 inches, black and white

76 21

 Broadway and Longacre Square (soon to be re-named "Times Square") 1909 

76 22

 Broadway Melody radio broadcast, Hollywood Hotel 16 July 1937   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

Figures in the photograph:

Charles Igor Gorin, Judy Garland, Sophie Tucker, Eleanor Powell, Harriet Parsons, Frances Langford, Billy Gilbert, George Murphy, Buddy Ebsen and Robert Taylor

76 23

 Cahill, Marie undated   3.75 x 5.25 inches, black and white, glued to scrapbook

76 24

 Campbell, Mrs. Patrick undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin.

76 25

 Carmencita, La undated   2 x 3.25 inches, black and white

76 26

 Carncross, John L. undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin.

76 27

 Carte, Richard D'Oyly undated 

76 28

 Carus, Emma undated   3.5 x 3.75 inches and 4 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies each

76 29

 Castle, Irene and Vernon undated   4.5 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 30

 Castleton, Kate circa 1887   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 31

 Cherry Sisters undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

76 32

 Chicago World's Fair, showing "Sandow, the Strong Man" and manager Flo Ziegfeld 1893   8 x 10 inches, black and white

76 33

 Claire, Ina undated   3 x 5 inches and 4 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies each

76 34

 Claire, Ina undated   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 copies each

76 35

 Clayton, Bessie, Twirly Whirly 1903   4 x 5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 36

 Cline, Maggie undated   4.5 x 6.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 37

 Cline, Maggie undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

76 38

 Corbett, James J. 1890   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 39

 Corbett, James J. 1892   8.5 x 11.5 inches, black and white

76 40

 Corbett, James J. 1926   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 41

 Corbett, James J. undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Photograph: Silver & Friedman, Chicago; California Historical Society

76 42

 Corbett, James J. 1892   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Photo: Morrison, Chicago; Museum of the City of New York

76 43

 Corbett, James J., bank clerk circa 1883   6.5 x 10 inches, black and white

76 44

 Corbett, James J., boxing judge circa 1926 

76 45

 Corbett, James J., building of boxing arena, Carson City, Nevada 1898   9 x 6 inches, black and white

76 46

 Corbett, James J., saloon 1902   black and white

76 47

 Corbett, James J., training camp in Asbury Park, New Jersey 1898 

Figures in the photograph:

James Corbett with Kid Levine, Tom Lansing, Connie McVey, Tom Corbett and Billy Levine

76 48

 Corbett, James J., Cashel Byron's Profession by George Bernard Shaw undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 49

 Corbett, James J., Chicago Opera House undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white, program

76 50

 Corbett, James J., Doing Our Bit circa 1917-18   5 x 7 inches, black and white, theatre program

76 51

 Corbett, James J., The Eye of Death undated   black and white, movie poster

76 52

 Corbett, James J., The Eye of Death undated   3 x 5.75 inches, color, movie poster

76 53

 Corbett, James J., Gentleman Jack 1893   5 x 7 inches, black and white, poster

76 54

 Corbett, James J., Gentleman Jack 1892   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program

76 55

 Corbett, James J., Gentleman Jim 1942   4 x 6 inches, color, movie posters, (2 photos)

Existence and Location of Originals note

Warner Brothers

76 56

 Corbett, James J., Happy Days, (with Victor McLaglen) 1930   8 x 10 inches, black and white

76 57

 Corbett, James J., A Naval Cadet, undated   4 x 6 inches, color

76 58

 Corbett, James J., The Other Girl 1916   7 x 5 inches, black and white

76 59

 Corbett, James J., portrait in top hat, undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

California Historical Society

76 60

 Corbett, James J., A Society Holdup: The Midnight Man 1919   color, movie poster

76 61

 Corbett, James J., from the New York Clipper of Corbett,  Past Sixty, Still as Spry as a Schoolboy late 1920s   newspaper photographs

76 62

 Corbett, James J. and Vera 1932   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 63

 Corbett, James J. and Vera 1926   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 64

 Corbett, James J. and Vera, with friends returning from Australia 1915   7 x 5 inches, black and white

76 65

 Corbett, James J.; Barry, Bobby circa 1925-26   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 66

 Corbett, James J.; Fitzsimmons, Bob, boxing match in Carson City, NV, San Francisco Chronicle  1897   8 x 10 inches, black and white, newspaper illustration

76 67

 Corbett, James J.; Fitzsimmons, Bob, boxing match in Carson City, NV 1897   8 x 10 inches, black and white, newspaper photograph

76 68

 Corbett, James J.; Jeffries, James J., San Francisco 1903   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 69

 Corbett, James J.: Sullivan, John L., from The Police Gazette 1892   8.5 x 12 inches, black and white, illustration

76 70

 Corbett, James J.; Tinney, Frank undated   8.5 x 12 inches, black and white, illustration

76 71

 Corbett, Olive ( nee Lake), James J. Corbett's first wife 1894   6 x 8 inches, black and white

76 72

 Corbett, Vera circa 1900   8 x 10 inches, black and white

76 73

 Corbett family circa 1885   8 x 10 inches, black and white, illustration

76 74

 Creste, Rene, Judex 1916   black and white, postcard

76 75

 Davenport, Fannie undated   cabinet card

76 76

 Dazie, Mlle. undated   2.25 x 5.75 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 77

 Dolly Sisters: [Rosika (Rosie) and Jansci (Jenny) Deutsch] undated   4.25 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 78

 Donner, Kitty undated   5 x 5.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

76 79

 D'Orsay, Fifi undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

76 80

 D'Orsay, Fifi undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 3 copies

76 81

 Dresser, Louise undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

76 82

 Dressler, Marie circa 1893   4.5 x 6.5 inches, black and white, 3 copies

76 83

 Dressler, Marie undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

76 84

 Dumar Sisters [Gracie and May] undated   6 x 7.75 inches, matted

76 85

 Dumar Sisters [Gracie and May] undated   6 x 7.75 inches, matted

76 86

 Dumar Sisters [Gracie and May] undated   6 x 7.75 inches, matted

76 87

 Dumar Sisters [Gracie and May] undated   5.25 x 7.25 inches, matted

76 88

 Duncan Sisters [Vivian and Rosetta] undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white (6 copies in 3 items)

76 89

 Early theatre: Wood engraving of an Irish comic circa 1875 

76 90

 Early theatre: Wood engravings of various performers circa 1870s 

76 91

 Elinore, Kate and Marie circa 1900   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, University of Rochester

76 92

 Emerson, Billy undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 93

 Etting, Ruth undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

76 94

 Faust, Lotta, "Salome's Dance of the Seven Veils," The Mimic World undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

New York Public Library

76 95

 Fay, Anna Eva undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 4 copies

76 96

 Fields, Dorothy; Collins, Charles, dancing circa 1930s   8 x 10 inches, black and white

76 97

 Fields, Lew 1901 

76 98

 Fields, Lew 1906   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 99

 Fields, Lew 1908 

76 100

 Fields, Lew, It Happened in Nordland circa 1904-05 

76 101

 Fields, Lew, The Barker (movie) 1917   8 x 10 inches, black and white

76 102

 Fields, Lew; Fields, Rose and family, Beverly Hills undated 

Existence and Location of Originals note

Courtesy of Ray Marcus

76 103

 Fields, Lew; Fields, Dorothy; Hayes, Helen 1938   7 x 9 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

New York Public Library

76 104

 Fields, Lew; Fields, Frances and two sons circa 1925   8 x 10 inches, black and white, torn in half

76 105

 Fitzgerald, Ellen (Eddie Foy's mother; later became Mrs. Abraham Lincoln's nurse) undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

76 106

 Corbett, James J., 1892 

76 107

 Casino Theatre, New York, 1902 

76 108

 Braham, Harry 

76 109

 Brady, Diamond Jim 1896 

76 110

 Bonehill, Bessie 

76 111

 Fox, Della undated   3.5 x 5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 1

 Fox, Della undated   cabinet card

77 2

 Fox, Della undated   cabinet card

77 3

 Fox, Richard K. (pubisher National Police Gazette) 1892   8.5 x 6 inches, black and white

77 4

 Foy, Eddie (Edwin Fitzgerald), age 13 undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 5

 Foy, Eddie circa 1872   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 6

 Foy, Eddie circa 1890   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Baker Art Gallery, Columbus, OH; Museum of the City of New York

77 7

 Foy, Eddie 1902   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 8

 Foy, Eddie, as Cassim in Ali Baba 1892   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

77 9

 Foy, Eddie, The Fallen Star, White Studio, N.Y. 1927   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

77 10

 Foy, Eddie, Mr. Hamlet of Broadway undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white, music sheet cover

77 11

 Foy, Eddie, Off the Earth, from the  New York American 1895   8 x 10 inches, black and white, drawing

77 12

 Foy, Eddie, Over the River 1912   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program cover

77 13

 Foy, Eddie, "The Orchid" 1915 

77 14

 Foy, Eddie, Up and Down Broadway 1910   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 15

 Foy, Eddie and Madeline (with Bryan, Charles & Richard) circa 1900   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 16

 Foy, Eddie and Five Little Foys 1903   8 x 10 inches, black and white

77 17

 Foy, Eddie and Seven Little Foys 1913   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 18

 Foy, Eddie and Seven Little Foys, A Favorite Fool, (with Polly Moran) 1915   6 x 8.5 inches, black and white

77 19

 Foy, Eddie and Seven Little Foys, Slumwhere in New York undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 20

 Foy, Eddie and Seven Little Foys, formal production photograph undated   6 x 8 inches, black and white

77 21

 Foy, Eddie and the Younger Foys, So This is a Restaurant 1920   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 22

 Foy, Eddie and Madeline and children, New Rochelle 1908   6 x 3.5 inches, black and white

77 23

 Foy, Eddie and Marie ( nee Combs) 1923   8 x 10 inches, black and white

77 24

 Foy Family (six of the seven children) circa 1928   5 x 7 inches, color (sepia)

77 25

 Franklin, Irene undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 26

 Friganza, Trixie undated   4.25 x 5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 27

 From the Bowery to Broadway undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white, 10 contact sheets

77 28

 Front Street, Hartford, CT, where Sophie Tucker grew up undated   8 x 4 inches, black and white

77 29

 Fuller, Loie (Marie Louise) undated   4 x 5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 30

 Gilson, Lottie undated   4.5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 31

 Gilson, Lottie undated   4.5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 32

 Gilson, Lottie undated   6 x 8.5 inches, black and white

77 33

 Glaser, Lulu undated   cabinet card

77 34

 Glaser, Lulu; Dale, Margaret undated   2-sided scrapbook piece

77 35

 Golden, George Fuller, founder of the White Rats undated   3.5 x 5 inches, black and white

77 36

 Grau, Robert undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 37

 Greenwood, Charlotte undated   5 x 5.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 38

 Greenwood, Charlotte undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 39

 Guilbert, Yvette, Linger Longer Lettie 1919   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 40

 Guinan, Texas (Mary Louise Cecilia) undated   5.5 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 41

 Hackette, Janette undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

77 42

 Hall, Adelaide, Blackbirds of 1928 1928   5 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 43

 Halperin, Nan undated   5 x 7 inches and 4.5 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 44

 Halperin, Nan undated   3 x 4.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 45

 Held, Anna undated   5 x 6.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 46

 Held, Anna undated   11 x 8.5 inches, black and white

77 47

 Henderson, David undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harvard Theatre Collection, Harvard College Library

77 48

 Hilton, Violet and Daisy undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 49

 Hoffman, Gertrude undated   7 x 4.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 50

 Hoffman, Gertrude undated   3 x 4.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 51

 Howland, Rose (Eddie Foy's first wife) undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 52

 Hummel, A.H. undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 53

 Iroquois Theatre fire, Chicago 1903   8 x 10 inches, black and white

77 54

 Irwin, May undated   4 x 5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 55

 Janis, Elsie undated   5.25 x 8.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 56

 Janis, Elsie undated   5 x 6.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 57

 Keith's Colonial Theatre, Boston (view of the stage) 1893   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

New York Public Library

77 58

 Keller, Helen; Sullivan, Annie; Jefferson, Joseph undated   4 x 5 inches, black and white, 3 copies

77 59

 Kellerman, Annette, at the Winter Garden undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 60

 Kelly, John T. undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white, 2 copies

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harvard College Library

77 61

 Klaw, Marc; Erlanger, Abraham L., New York Clipper cover 1908   5 x 8 inches, black and white

77 62

 La Rue, Grace undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 63

 Leadville, Colorado (Main Street), Theatre Comique undated   5.5 x 8.5 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Denver Public Library

77 64

 Levey, Ethel undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

77 65

 Levey, Ethel undated   4 x 6 inches; 5 x 7 inches (2 copies), black and white

77 66

 Lederer, George W. 1893 

77 67

 Lew Fields Nine baseball team 1911   8 x 10 inches, black and white

77 68

 Lewis, Tom; Docksider, Lew; Pastor, Tony undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 69

 Lightner, Winnie undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

77 70

 Lloyd, Alice undated   5 x 5.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 71

 Lloyd, Alice undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 72

 Loftus, Cecilia, Peter Pan undated   4 x 6.75 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 73

 London Theatre, early vaudeville theatre program 1887   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program

77 74

 Longacre Square (later Times Square), New York 1909 

77 75

 Majestic Theatre, New York (exterior view) 1903   6 inches, round, black and white

77 76

 Majestic Theatre, New York (newspaper photographs) undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white (2 views)

77 77

 Mayhew, Stella undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

77 78

 McCoy, Bessie undated   4 x 5.5 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 3 copies

77 79

 McCoy, Nellie, The Earl and the Girl circa 1905-06   8 x 10 inches, black and white, inscribed to "Dearest Virginia"

77 80

 McIntyre, James; Heath, Thomas (Blackface comedy team), 1901 1901   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Variety Arts Theatre Library

77 81

 Melody Man, The (Herbert Fields, Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart); Fredric March, Eva Puck, Sammy White, Lew Fields 1924   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

New York Public Library

77 82

 Mills, Florence undated   5 x 6.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

77 83

 Mills, Florence undated   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white (2 items)

77 84

 Montgomery and Stone (in blackface) circa 1899 

77 85

 Montgomery and Stone (caption: Two Young Song-and-Dance Men) undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

77 86

 Montgomery and Stone, Chin-Chin circa 1914-15   8 x 10 inches, black and white, theatre program cover

77 87

 Montgomery and Stone, The Red Mill circa 1906-07   8 x 10 inches, black and white, composite of clippings

77 88

 Montgomery and Stone, The Red Mill undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program cover

77 89

 Montgomery and Stone, Wizard of Oz 1902   8 x 10 inches, color, from a drawing

77 90

 Montgomery and Stone baseball team (James J. Corbett, center field) undated   7 x 5 inches, black and white, newspaper photograph

77 91

 Moore, Florence undated   8.5 x 8.5 inches, black and white

77 92

 Moore, Florence undated   4.5 x 4 inches, black and white

77 93

 Morando, Madeline (Eddie Foy's 3rd wife) undated   8.5 x 11 inches, black and white, photocopy

77 94

 Morando, Madeline (Eddie Foy's third wife), ballet pose and costume undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 95

 Morris, William (president William Morris Inc. Eastern) undated   8 x 8.5 inches, black and white

77 96

 Mulle, Ida undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

77 97

 Nation, Carrie undated   6 x 4 inches, black and white, 3 copies

78 1

 Nesbit, Evelyn undated   5 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

78 2

 Nucleus Hotel (3rd and Market Streets), San Francisco 1865   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Copy photoprint by T. (True) E. Hecht; California Historical Society

78 3

 Olympic Club gymnasium, San Francisco 1893   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

San Francisco: The Art Publishing Company; California Historical Society

78 4

 Palace Theatre, New York undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

78 5

 Pastor, Billy undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 3 copies

78 6

 Pastor, Fernando undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

78 7

 Pastor, Frank undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 3 copies

78 8

 Pastor, Tony undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 3 copies

78 9

 Pastor, Tony undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

78 10

 Pastor, Tony undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 11

 Pastor, Tony undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 12

 Pastor, Tony 1875   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 13

 Pastor, Tony circa 1880   5 x 7 inches, black and white

78 14

 Pastor, Tony circa 1880   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 15

 Pastor, Tony, Tony Pastor's Opera House undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

78 16

 Pastor, Tony & Company 1878   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 17

 Pastor, Tony & Company 1878   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harvard Theatre Collection, Harvard College Library

78 18

 Pastor, Tony & Company 1879   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 19

 Pastor, Mrs. Tony undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 20

 Patricola, Isabelle circa 1920s   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

78 21

 Pennington, Ann undated   black and white

78 22

 Petrova, Olga undated   3.5 x 5.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

78 23

 Picon, Molly undated   5 x 5.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

78 24

 Rehan, Ada undated   cabinet card

78 25

 Reeve, Ada circa 1900   black and white, postcard

78 26

 Ring, Blanche undated   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 3 copies

78 27

 Rooney, Pat; Bent, Marion undated   5 x 5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

78 28

 Roye, Ruth undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 29

 Roye, Ruth undated   5 x 7 inches, color

78 30

 Russell, Lillian, age 17 circa 1877   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 31

 Russell, Lillian, Howell & Meyer (photographer) circa 1880   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 32

 Russell, Lillian, Olivette Aime Dupont (photographer) 1881   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 33

 Russell, Lillian, The Snake Charmer 1881   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 34

 Russell, Lillian, Patience circa 1882   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 35

 Russell, Lillian, The Sorcerer program, Casino Theatre, New York 1883   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 36

 Russell, Lillian, Billee Taylor circa 1885   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 37

 Russell, Lillan, Polly 1885   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

78 38

 Russell, Lillian, The Brigands 1889   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 39

 Russell, Lillian, The Brigands, Benjamin J. Falk (photographer) 1889   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

78 40

 Russell, Lillian, Nadjy, Casino Theatre, New York, Benjamin J. Falk (photographer) 1889   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 41

 Russell, Lillian circa 1890   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 42

 Russell, Lillian, Poor Jonathan, Casino Theatre, New York 1890   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 43

 Russell, Lillian, The Grand Duchess, Benjamin J. Falk (photographer) 1890   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 44

 Russell, Lillian, The Grand Duchess program, Casino Theatre, New York 1891   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 45

 Russell, Lillian, La Cigale 1892   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 46

 Russell, Lillian, Wm. Morrison (photographer) 1893   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 47

 Russell, Lillian, The Princess Nicotine program cover circa 1893-94   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program cover

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 48

 Russell, Lillian, Girofle-Girofla 1894   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 49

 Russell, Lillian, An American Beauty 1896   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 50

 Russell, Lillian, J. Schloss (photographer) 1897   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 51

 Russell, Lillian, The Wedding Day (with Della Fox, Jefferson de Angelis), Pach Bros. (photographer) 1897   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 52

 Russell, Lillian, Marceau (photographer) 1898   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 53

 Russell, Lillian, I Sigh for a Change music sheet cover circa 1900   5 x 7 inches, black and white, music sheet cover

78 54

 Russell, Lillian, vaudeville program for Proctor's 23rd St. Theatre, N.Y. 1905   8 x 10 inches, black and white, program

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 55

 Russell, Lillian, photo of chromolithographic poster after photograph by Benjamin J. Falk 1906   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

78 56

 Russell, Lillian, Wildfire 1907   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 57

 Russell, Lillian, How to Live 100 Years circa 1913   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

78 58

 Russell, Lillian 1914   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

78 59

 Russell, Lillian (Marine Corps uniform) 1917   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 60

 Russell, Lillian, memorial service program 1922   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 61

 Russell, Lillian (as officer) undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

78 62

 Russell, Lillian (newspaper illustration) undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

78 63

 Russell, Lillian undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

78 64

 Russell, Lillian undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

78 65

 Russell, Lillian undated   cabinet card (autographed)

Existence and Location of Originals note

Sarony Publishing Company, NY

78 66

 Russell, Lillian undated   cabinet card

Existence and Location of Originals note

Sarony Publishing Company, NY

78 67

 Russell, Lillian undated   cabinet card

Existence and Location of Originals note

Sarony Publishing Company, NY

78 68

 Russell, Lillian undated   cabinet card

Existence and Location of Originals note

Sarony Publishing Company, NY

78 69

 Russell, Lillian undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white, photo of a cabinet card

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 70

 Perugini, Giovani 1894   8 x 10 inches, black and white, scrapbook page of cigarette cards

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 71

 Russell, Lillian (with Joe Weber, William Collier, Lew Fields), Hokey-Pokey 1912   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

78 72

 Russell, Lillian; Moore, Alexander circa 1921-22   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 73

 Russell, Lillian and Charles Leonard undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

78 74

 Russell, Lillian and Charles Leonard circa 1866   5 x 7 inches, black and white

78 75

 Russell, Lillian and Dorothy circa 1888   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 76

 Russell, Lillian; Solomon, Edward, Virginia and Paul, Gaiety Theatre, London 1883   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

78 77

 Russell, Lillian; Warfield, David; Fields, Lew; Weber, Joe, Fiddle-Dee-Dee 1900   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

New York Public Library

78 78

 Russell, Lillian; Warfield, David; Fields, Lew; Weber, Joe, Fiddle-Dee-Dee 1900   5 x 7 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

New York Public Library

78 79

 St. Denis, Ruth undated   3.5 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 1

 Samuels, Rae undated   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 items

79 2

 San Francisco, 2nd Street and Market (birthplace of James J. Corbett) 1866   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Copy photoprint by T. (True) E. Hecht; California Historical Society

79 3

 Sanderson, Henry S. circa 1884-85   4 x 6 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 4

 Schanfield, Mr. & Mrs. Solomon 1910 

79 5

 Scheff, Fritzi undated   3 x 6.75 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 6

 Seeley, Blossom undated   5 x 6.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 7

 Seeley, Blossom undated   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 8

 Sefton (Conlick), Lola undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 9

 Shields, Ella undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 10

 Shields, Ella undated   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 items

79 11

 Solomon, Edward undated   5 x 5 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 12

 Sorenson, Rasmine, Mamie Gilmore undated   3.5 x 6 inches, black and white

79 13

 Sorenson, Rasmine, Mamie Gilmore, Neptune Theater, Venice, California undated   3.5 x 6 inches, black and white

79 14

 Sorenson, Rasmine et al. behind Neptune Theater, Venice, California undated   5.5 x 4 inches, black and white

79 15

 Stanley, Aileen undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 16

 Stanley, Aileen undated   5 x 7 inches, color

79 17

 Suratt, Valeska undated   4.5 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 18

 Swain, Carrie circa 1886   5 x 5 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 19

 Tanguay, Eva undated   3.5 x 7 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 20

 Templeton, Fay undated   4 x 5 inches, black and white

79 21

 Templeton, Fay undated   4 x 5 inches, black and white

79 22

 Terry, Ellen (as "Ophelia" in Shakespeare's Hamlet) 1878   4 x 6 inches, black and white, postcard

79 23

 Thompson, Denman undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

79 24

 Thompson, Denman, The Old Homestead circa 1913   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 25

 Thompson, Jim (Eddie Foy's early partner) undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 26

 Thornton, Bonnie undated   5 x 8.5 inches, black and white

79 27

 Thornton, Bonnie undated   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 28

 Thornton, Bonnie undated   6 x 8.5 inches, black and white

79 29

 Tilley, Vesta undated   5 x 5.5 inches, black and white

79 30

 Tucker, Sophie undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York (Maurice Seymour, photographer)

79 31

 Tucker, Sophie, (age 16) circa 1900   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 32

 Tucker, Sophie (singing in blackface) circa 1908   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 33

 Tucker, Sophie, Rosie, My Dusky Georgie Rosie 1908   4 x 8 inches, black and white, phonograph record advertisement

79 34

 Tucker, Sophie (seated) undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 35

 Tucker, Sophie; Granville, Bernard; Carr, Alexander, Louisiana Lou 1912 

79 36

 Tucker, Sophie 1913   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 37

 Tucker, Sophie, "Queen of the Coon Shouters" 1913   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 38

 Tucker, Sophie (with Abuza family) 1915   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 39

 Tucker, Sophie and son, Bert circa 1917-1918   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 40

 Tucker, Sophie (in feathered hat) circa 1918-19   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 41

 Tucker, Sophie (with Ted Shapiro at piano) undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 42

 Tucker, Sophie; Shapiro, Ted; Carroll, Jack 1922   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York (Blake Black, photographer)

79 43

 Tucker, Sophie, "Some of These Days" circa 1923   8 x 10 inches, black and white, sheet music cover

79 44

 Tucker, Sophie (with mother, Jenny Abuza) circa 1926 

79 45

 Tucker, Sophie 1929   8 x 10 inches, black and white

79 46

 Tucker, Sophie, Honky Tonk (Warner Brothers) 1929   black and white, movie poster

79 47

 Tucker, Sophie, The Last of the Red Hot Mamas, from the Palace, New York City circa late 1920s   5 x 7 inches, black and white, theatre program

79 48

 Tucker, Sophie, "A Beautiful Girl Review," (Florentine Gardens) circa 1930s   5 x 7 inches, black and white, program advertisement

79 49

 Tucker, Sophie (on bicycle), Chicago 1933   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 50

 Tucker, Sophie, with band and singers 1936   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 51

 Tucker, Sophie; Garland, Judy, Thoroughbreds Don't Cry, MGM 1937   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 52

 Tucker, Sophie; Moore, Victor, Leave It to Me 1939   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 53

 Tucker, Sophie (with Irving Berlin, Jack Ruben, Sir Cedrick Hardwicke, and Eddie Cantor) 1947   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 54

 Tucker, Sophie, watercolor portrait 1953   4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches, color, 3 items

79 55

 Tucker, Sophie; Hutton, Betty; Brooks, Sheldon, (Golden Jubilee Dinner, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel) 1953   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 56

 Tucker, Sophie (Golden Jubilee Dinner, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel) 1953 

79 57

 Tucker, Sophie; Hope, Bob; Queen Elizabeth; Prince Philip (Royal Variety Performance) 1962   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 58

 Tucker, Sophie, "I'm a Red Hot Mama," from the musical Sophie 1963   5 x 7 inches, black and white, sheet music cover

79 59

 Tucker, Sophie (singing), New York 1965   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 60

 Tucker, Sophie, "Costumes of Sophie Tucker at the Palace" undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white, illustration

79 61

 Tucker, Sophie, "Oh! Papa, Oh! Papa," undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white, sheet music cover

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 62

 Tucker, Sophie and Five Kings of Syncopation undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 63

 Tucker, Sophie; Westphal, Frank undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 64

 Tucker, Sophie (standing in gown) undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 65

 Tucker, Sophie with Abuza family 1953   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 66

 Tucker, Sophie, Honky Tonk (Warner Brothers) 1929   7.75 x 12 inches, black and white, program cover

79 85

 Van, Billy B. (aka William Webster Vandergrift) circa 1920s   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 67

 Vanderbilt, Gertrude, Marcelle circa 1900   4 x 5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 68

 Victoria, Vesta undated   5 x 6 inches, black and white

79 69

 Victoria, Vesta undated   5 x 8.5 inches, black and white

79 70

 Victoria, Vesta undated   6 x 8.5 inches, black and white

79 71

 Victoria, Vesta 

79 72

 Vivian, Charles undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white

79 73

 Walton, Florence with Maurice Mouvet undated   3 x 5.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 74

 Ward, Fannie undated   5 x 5.5 inches, black and white

79 75

 Ward, Fannie undated   4.5 x 5.25 inches, black and white

79 76

 Waters, Ethel undated   4 x 5 inches, black and white

79 77

 Waters, Ethel undated   4 x 5 inches, black and white

79 78

 Wayburn, Ned undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 79

 Weber & Fields, from a Vitaphone short 1927   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Varity Arts Theatre Library

79 80

 Weber & Fields, The German Senators circa 1898   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Marc Wanamaker

79 81

 Weber & Fields, Re-United, Shubert Vaudeville, Worcester [Massachusettes] circa 1922-23   3.5 x 4.5 inches, color

79 82

 Weber & Fields, "Who gets the money first, wins" undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white, cartoon with caption

79 83

 Weber & Fields family tree, caption: "Peaches That Bloomed on the Weber and Fields Family Tree" undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

79 84

 Weber & Fields getting made up for Blossoms on Broadway, Paramount 1937   8 x 10 inches, black and white

79 85

 Weber & Fields, Weber and Fields Music Hall 1912   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 86

 Weber & Fields, Friars Club Frolic undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white, program

79 87

 Weber & Fields Stock Company circa 1901-02 

79 88

 West, Mae undated   5 x 8.5 inches, black and white, 2 copies

79 89

 Williams, Bart (inscribed to Mr. and Mrs. Armond Fields) undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

79 90

 Williams, Gus undated   4 x 6 inches, black and white

79 91

 Wilson, Gracie undated   cigarette card

79 92

 Wynn, Bessie undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Museum of the City of New York

79 93

 Weber & Fields, "Beer is Here" 1933 

79 94

 West 

79 95

 Tucker, Sophie 1913 

79 96

 Tanguay 

79 97

 Tucker, Sophie 1939 

79 98

 Stone, Allene (Crater) circa 1903 

79 99

 Stone, Allene undated 

79 100

 Stone, Allene and Dorothy undated 

79 101

 Stone, Dorothy undated 

79 102

 Stone, Ed undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

79 103

 Stone, Fred, age four undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

Existence and Location of Originals note

Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin

79 104

 Stone, Fred undated   8 x 10 inches, black and white

79 105

 Stone, Fred (as Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz) undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 106

 Stone, Fred (on trapeze), Under the Top 1919   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 107

 Stone, Fred circa 1919   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 108

 Stone, Fred (with daughters, Paula, Carol, and Dorothy) undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 109

 Stone, Fred and Ed undated   5 x 7 inches, black and white

79 110

 Stone, Fred; La Guardia, Fiorello H undated   3.5 x 4.75 inches, black and white

79 111

 Stone, Fred; Rogers, Will, et al. undated 

79 112

 Stone, Fred (with nephew Milburn Stone and Milburn's wife, Jane) undated 

General note

Milburn Stone becomes famous as "Doc Adams" in the television show Gunsmoke.

79 113

 Salt Lake Theatre 

101 1

 The Evening Curtain 29 December 1866 

101 2

 Maude Adams Birthplace 

101 3

 Pipers Opera House, Virgina City, Nevada 

101 4

 Picture of a man and a little girl 

101 5

 Baldwin Hotel 

101 6

 Picture of a little girl 

101 7

 Pipers Opera House, Virgina City, Nevada 

101 8

 A little girl leaning on a table 

101 9

 Portrait of a lady 

101 10

 Two girls holding hands undated 

101 11

 Collegiate Institute 

101 12

 San Francisco Public Library 

101 13

 Portrait of a lady holding a book undated 

101 14

 E.H. Sothern 

101 15

 Portrait of Maude Adams 

101 16

 Portrait of Charles Frohman 

101 17

 Portrait of Maude Adams undated 

101 18

 John Drew undated 

101 19

 Picture of Maude Adams 

101 20

 Picture of Maude Adams 

101 21

 Maude Adams 

101 22

 Robert Edeson 

101 23

 Portrait of Maude Adams undated 

101 24

 James. M. Barrie undated 

101 25

 Maude Adams undated 

101 26

 Portrait of Maude Adams undated 

101 27

 Maude Adams undated 

101 28

 Maude Adams - Picture from a play undated 

101 29

 Maude Adams Cottage, Ontero Park, Catskill Mountains undated 

101 30

 Picture of clipping of Hollis St. Theatre undated 

Scope and Contents note

Maude Adams in her Farewell Appearance

101 31

 Picture of a house undated 

101 32

 Maude Adams in front of a table undated 

101 33

 Picture of a room undated 

101 34

 Maude Adams as Phoebe undated 

101 35

 Maude Adams undated 

101 36

 A picture of two women undated 

101 37

 Advertisement for Peter Pan  1905 

101 38

 Portrait of Maude Adams as Peter Pan circa 1905 

101 39

 Peter Pan with Maude Adams 1907 

101 40

 Maude Adams as Peter Pan 1906 

101 41

 Maude Adams in The Jester Undated 

101 42

 Maude Adams, with toy soldiers 1909 

101 43

 Maude Adams Undated 

101 44

 A lady with a horse Undated 

101 45

 A lady dressed as a bird Undated 

101 46

 Won't You Have a Little Feather Undated 

101 47

 Picure of a house in NYC Undated 

101 48

 Maude Adams 1927 

101 49

 Portrait of Otis Skinner Undated 

101 50

 A lady and a man Undated 

101 51

 A lady lecturing a class Undated 

101 52

 Picture of an old lady Undated 

101 53

 Autographed photo of David Torrenee 

101 54

 Willard Shropshire - Husband of Rosa Stone 

101 55

 Joseph S. Stone - Family Lot 

101 56

 Helen Stone - Located on the Joseph S. Stone Family Lot 

101 57

 Burrton Cemetery - Stone 

101 58

 Located on Joseph S. Stone Family Lot 

101 59

 Stone of Anna M. 

101 60

 Tombstone of a "Stone" Family Member 

101 61

 Tombstone of "Stone" Family Members 

101 62

 Tombstone of H.M. Stone 

101 63

 Postcard of Madame Sarah Bernhardt 

101 64

 Picture of a flyer for a Jim Corbett Fight 

101 65

 Music Sheet Covers Photographs and Negatives 

101 66

 Unindentified Photographs and Negatives 

101 67
Box

 Norma Tallmadge Autographed Photo 

102

 Ethelind Terry Autographed Photo 

102

 Autographed Photo - George Jessel 

102

 Beth Beri Autographed Photo 

102

 Edna Leedom - Autographed Photo 

102

 Lola Chalfonte - Autographed Photo 

102

 Ted Weems- Autographed Photo 

102

 Mary Eaton Autographed photo 

102

 Jayne Shadduck Photo 

102

 Hilda Ferguson Autographed Photo 

102

 Watson Singers - Autographed Photo 

102

 Autographed Picture 

102

 Autographed Photo - Diana 

102

 Marie Callahan and Eddie Cantor 

102

 Corbett/Courtney 1894 

102
Box Folder

 Portrait of Katherine 

104 1

 Millicent Dexter 

104 2

 Portrait of Cyrus and Nettie McCormick 

104 3

 Portrait of Mrs. Julia Roessing and Katherine 1929 

104 4

 Victory Convention 1920 

104 5

 Photograph of Hoagland and Pincus 

104 6

 Katherine's Birth place 

104 7

 Josephine Dexter, Katherine's Mother 

104 8

 Picture of the last will and testament of Stanley McCormick 1904 

104 9

 Photograph that appeared in the book Guide to the McCormicks 1973 

104 10

 Stanley McCormick 1906 

104 11

 Dr. John Rock 

104 12

 Womens Committee Council of National Defence, Washington 1917 

104 13

 Budapest, 1913 

104 14

 Picture of Wirt Dexter 

104 15

 Dr. Gregory Goody 

104 16

 The Riven Rock 1940 

104 17

 2nd Wing McCormick Hall 1968 

104 18

 Dedication of Stanley McCormick Hall 1963 

104 19

 Mrs Herbery Carpenter, The Streets of New York 1916 

104 20

 Katherine in MIT biology lab 1904 

104 21

 Samuel Dexter 1893 

104 22

 Katherine - Age 8 

104 23

 Katherine- MIT Senior Picture 

104 24

 Portrait of Katherine McCormick, Dorms - MIT 

104 25

 50th Anniversary Chilton Club, Boston 

104 26

 Katherine's Gravestone 

104 27

 Portrait of Nettie Fowler McCormick and her son Stanley McCormick 1900 

104 28

 Picture of a Headline from The New York Evening Graphic Magazine during the Trial: McCormick vs McCormick. with Freud in the middle 

104 29

 Stanley and Katherine McCormick on their honeymoon 1904 

104 30

 Dexter Home, Michigan 

104 31

 Katherine Dexter McCormick 

104 32

 Portrait of Katherine Dexter McCormick 

104 33

 Stanley and Katherine on Honeymoon 

104 34

 Unveiling of Boston Public Library 

104 35

 Unidentified Photographs 

104 36

 Katherine D. McCormick Photos 

104 37

 Katherine D. McCormick Photos 

104 38

 Katherine D. McCormick Photo Permissions 

104 39

 Picture Photocopies 

104 40

 Negatives 

104 41-45

 Slides 

Scope and Contents note

Weber and Fields, 41 slides

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Series 3:  Sheet music 

Box Folder

 Al G. Field Minstrels Song Book circa 1914-23 

General note

[various songs]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1914-23.

80 1

 "Alexander's Ragtime Band" 1911 

General note

introduced by Emma Carus; Berlin, Irving [composer and lyricist]; Ted Snyder Co., New York, 1911.

80 2

 "Alexander's Ragtime Band" 1938 

General note

[selection]; Berlin, Irving [composer and lyricist]; Stoddon, R.S. [arranger]; B. Feldman & Co., New York, 1938.

80 3

 "Alibi Baby," Poppy 1923 

General note

starring Madge Kennedy and W.C. Fields [actors]; Jones, Stephen and Samuels, Arthur [composers]; Donnelly, Dorothy [lyricist and writer]; Harms, New York, 1923.

80 4

 "All My Life," Ladies First [musical play] 1918 

General note

sung by Nora Bayes, Irving Fisher, and Harry Akst; Sloane, A. Baldwin [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [writer and lyricist]; T.B. Harms; Francis, Day & Hunter, New York, 1918.

80 5

 "American Beauty Waltz" 1904 

General note

Beebe, Warren [composer]; Leo. Feist, New York, 1904.

80 6

 "And They Say He Went to College," The Orchid 1907 

General note

starring Eddie Foy [actor]; Furth, Seymour [composer]; Moran, E.P. [lyricist]; Shapiro, New York, 1907.

80 7

 "Babes in the Wood," Very Good Eddie 1915 

General note

Kern, Jerome [composer]; Greene, Schuyler and Reynolds, Herbert [lyricists]; Bartholomae, Philip and Bolton, Guy [writers]; T.B. Harms; Francis, Day & Hunter, New York, 1915.

80 8

 "Bagdad," The Lady of the Slipper [musical comedy] 1912 

General note

Montgomery and Stone, Elsie Janis [actors]; Herbert, Victor [composer]; O'Dea, James [lyricist]; Caldwell, Ann and McCarty, Laurence [writers]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1912; autographed by Victor Herbert.

80 9

 "Bagdad," Sinbad [the Winter Garden's Latest Extravaganza] 1918 

General note

Jolson, Al [composer]; Atteridge, Harold [lyricist]; G. Schirmer, New York, 1918.

80 10

 "Beatrice Fairfax, Tell Me What to Do" 1915 

General note

Monaco, Jimmie [composer]; Clark, Grant and McCarthy, Joe [lyricists]; Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, 1915.

80 11

 "Because You're You," The Red Mill 1906 

General note

Montgomery, David and Stone, Fred [actors]; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Blossom, Henry [lyricist and writer]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1906.

80 12

 "Because You're You," The Red Mill 1906 

General note

Montgomery, David and Stone, Fred [actors]; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Blossom, Henry [lyricist and writer]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1906.

80 13

 "Birth of Passion, The," Madame Sherry: A Three Act French Vaudeville 1905 

General note

Abarbanell, Lina and Herz, R.C. [actors]; Hoschna, Karl L. [composer]; Hauerbach, Otto [writer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1905.

80 14

 "Birth of the Blues, The," George White's Scandals 1926 

General note

Henderson, Ray [composer]; DeSylva, B.G. and Brown, Lew [lyricists]; Harms Inc., New York, 1926.

80 15

 "Broadway Melody," The Broadway Melody 1929 

General note

[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer]; Brown, Nacio Herb [composer]; Freed, Arthur [lyricist]; Robbins Music Corp., New York, 1929.

80 16

 "Chinatown, My Chinatown," Up and Down Broadway 1910 

General note

Foy, Eddie [actor]; Schwartz, Jean [composer]; Jerome, William [lyricist]; Smith, Edgar [writer]; Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, 1910.

80 17

 "Come Rally, Freeman, Rally!" 1864 

General note

Mrs. Parkhurst [composer]; Adams, John [lyricist]; Horace Waters, New York, 1864.

80 18

 "Cupid's Smiles" 1899 

General note

Cleaver, T. Allen [composer]; Grissom [lyricist]; Luckhardt & Belder, New York, 1899.

80 19

 "Day Dreams, Visions of Bliss," The Spring Maid 1910 

General note

starring Christie MacDonald [actor]; Reinhardt, Heinrich [composer]; Smith, Robert B. [lyricist]; Smith, Harry B. and Robert B. [?]; Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York, 1910.

80 20

 "Dixie" 1905 

General note

Lerman, J.W. [transcriber]; Armstrong Music Pub. Co., New York, 1905.

80 21

 "Don't Mind Me" 1897 

General note

sung by Phyllis Rankin; Fassett, Raphael [composer]; Upson, Wheelock [lyricist]; Conover Music Co., St. Paul, 1897.

80 22

 "Dusky Salome, The," Mr. Hamlet of Broadway 1908 

General note

Starring Eddie Foy; Jerome, Ben M. [composer]; Madden, Edward [lyricist]; Smith, Edgar [writer]; produced by Ned Wayburn; Trebuhs Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 1908.

80 23

 "Flag with 34 Stars, The" 1862 

General note

Root, C.S. [composer]; Hayward, Gen. W.H. [lyricist]; A.C. Peters & Bro., Cincinnati, 1862.

80 24

 "For Me and My Gal" 1917 

General note

Meyer, George [composer]; Leslie, Edgar and Goetz, E. Ray [lyricists]; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., Canada, 1917.

80 25

 "Fraidy Cat," The Wizard of Oz 1912 

General note

sung by Mary Young; Brennan, James A. [composer and lyricist]; O'Neil & Story, Boston, 1912.

80 26

 "Freckles" 1919 

General note

sung by Nora Bayes; Hess, Cliff and Ager, Milton and Johnson, Howard [composers and lyricists]; Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, 1919.

80 27

 "Game of Love," Higgledy-Piggledy 1904 

General note

starring Trixie Friganza; Levi, Maurice [composer]; Smith, Edgar [lyricist and writer]; Chas. K. Harris, New York, 1904.

80 28

 "Gee! But This is a Lonely Town" 1905 

General note

sung by Eddie Foy; Gaston, Billy [composer and lyricist]; John T. Hall Music Pub. Co., New York, 1905.

80 29

 "General Halleck's Grand March" 1862 

General note

respectfully dedicated to Major General Halleck; Winner, Septimus [composer]; Lee & Walker, Philadelphia, 1862.

80 30

 "Georgette" 1922 

General note

sung by Ted Lewis; Henderson, Ray [composer]; Brown, Lew [lyricist]; Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York, 1922.

80 31

 "Glow-Worm, The" 1902 

General note

Lincke, Paul [composer]; Robinson, Lilla Cayley [lyricist]; Jos. W. Stern, New York, 1902.

80 32

 "Going Up," Going Up 1917 

General note

musical play by Cohan & Harris; Hirsch, Louis A. [composer]; Harbach, Otto [lyricist]; Harbach, Otto and Montgomery, James [writers]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1917.

80 33

 "Good-bye," Lady Billy 1920 

General note

starring Mitzi; Levey, Harold [composer]; Sears, Zelda [lyricist and writer]; T.B. Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, New York, 1920.

80 34

 "Goodbye Girls, I'm Through," Chin-Chin 1914 

General note

starring Dave Montgomery and Fred Stone; Caryll, Ivan [composer]; Caldwell, Anne [lyricist]; Caldwell, Anne and Burnside, R.H. [writers]; Chappell & Co., Ltd., New York, 1914.

80 35

 "Good Bye Sunshine, Hello Moon" 1919 

General note

Ziegfeld Follies 1919; Eckstein, William [composer]; Buck, Gene [lyricist]; staged by Ned Wayburn; T.B Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, New York, 1919.

80 36

 "Green Grass Grew All Around, The" 1912 

General note

Eddie Foy [actor]; Von Tilzer, Harry [composer]; Jerome, William [lyricist]; Harry Von Tilzer Music, New York, 1912.

80 37

 "Hello Hawaii, How Are You?" 1915 

General note

sung by Willie and Eugene Howard; Schwartz, Jean [composer]; Leslie, Edgar and Kalmar, Bert [lyricists]; Waterson, Berlin, Snyder & Co., New York, 1915.

80 38

 "Here in My Arms," Dearest Enemy 1920 

General note

George Ford [?]; starring Helen Ford, Charles Purcell; Rodgers, Richard [composer]; Hart, Lorenz [lyricist]; Fields, Herbert [writer]; Harms, Inc., New York, 1920.

80 39

 "High-High-High Up in the Hills" 1926 

General note

Abrahams, Maurice [composer]; Lewis, Sam and Young, Joe [lyricists]; Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York, 1926.

80 40

 "Hitchy Koo" 1912 

General note

Muir, Lewis and Abrahams, Maurice [composers]; Gilbert, L. Wolfe [lyricist]; F.A. Mills, New York, 1912.

80 41

 "Hits by Jimmy McHugh" 1935 

General note

McHugh, Jimmy [composer]; McHugh, Jimmy and Fields, Dorothy and Stothart, Herbert and Adamson, Harold and Koehler, Ted and Oppenheimer, George [lyricists]; songs include: "I'm in the Mood for Love," "Don't Blame Me," "Cuban Love Song," "You're a Sweetheart," "Lovely Lady," "I Feel a Song Comin' On," "Lost in a Fog," "Where Are You?" "Too Young to Go Steady," "My Own," "Thank You for a Lovely Evening," and, "It's a Most Unusual Day;" Robbins Music Co., New York, 1935.

80 42

 "I am Cleopatra," As You Were 1920 

General note

starring Sam Bernard and Irene Bordoni; Goetz, E. Ray [composer and lyricist]; Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, 1920.

81 1

 "I Can't Tell Why I Love You, But I Do" 1900 

General note

sung by Bettina Gerard; Edwards, Gus [composer]; Cobb, Will D. [lyricist]; Howley, Haviland & Co., New York, 1900.

81 2

 "I Can't Write the Words" 1931 

General note

sung by Bernie Armstrong; Marks, Gerard and Fields, Buddy [composers and lyricists]; Remick Music Corp., New York, 1931.

81 3

 "I Happen to be There," Hotel Topsy Turvy 1898 

General note

sung by Eddie Foy; Foy, Edwin [composer]; Dunlevy, Wm. M. [lyricist]; T.B. Harms & Co., New York, 1898. Fragile and torn.

81 4

 "I Hold Her Hand and She Holds Mine" 1921 

General note

sung by Van & Schenck in Ziegfeld's Follies; Bibo, Irving [composer]; Rose, Billy and Ryan, Ben [lyricists]; Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, 1921.

81 5

 "I Love, Love (I Love You Dear)," The Red Window 1911 

General note

Gebest, Chas. J. [composer]; Pollock, Channing and Wolf, Rennold [lyricists and writers]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1911.

81 6

 "I Married an Angel," I Married an Angel 1938 

General note

Rodgers, Richard [composer]; Hart, Lorenz [lyricist]; Robbins Music Corporation, New York, 1938.

81 7

 "I Want to Be Happy," No No Nanette 1924 

General note

Youmans, Vincent [composer]; Harbach, Otto and Caesar, Irving [lyricists]; Harbach, Otto and Mandel, Frank [writers]; Harms Inc., New York, 1924.

81 8

 "If I Were On the Stage (Kiss Me)," Mlle. Modiste 1905   fragile,

General note

Herbert, Victor [composer]; Blossom, Henry [writer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1905.

81 9

 "If You Could Care," As You Were 1920 

General note

starring Sam Bernard and Irene Bordoni; Darewski, Herman [composer]; Wimperis, Arthur [lyricist]; Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, 1920.

81 10

 "I'll Be in My Dixie Home Again To-Morrow" 1922 

General note

sung by Eddie Cantor; Turk, Roy and Robinson, J. Russell [composers and lyricists]; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York, 1922.

81 11

 "I'll Dream of that Sweet Co-ed," The Fair Co-Ed 1908 

General note

Charles Dillingham's production by the Elsie Janis Company; Luders, Gustav [composer]; Ade, George [writer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1908.

81 12

 "I'll Dream of that Sweet Co-ed," The Fair Co-Ed 1908   fragile;

General note

Charles Dillingham's production by the Elsie Janis Company; Luders, Gustav [composer]; Ade, George [writer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1908.

81 13

 "I'll Keep a Warm Spot in My Heart for You," Abyssinia 1916 

General note

sung by Aida Overton Walker; Johnson, Rosamond [composer]; Johnson, J.W. [lyricist]; Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1916.

81 14

 "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," Oh Look! 1918 

General note

musical comedy with the Dolly Sisters and Harry Fox; Carroll, Harry [composer]; McCarthy, Joseph [lyricist]; Montgomery, James [writer]; staged by Robert Milton and Edward Royce; McCarthy & Fisher, Inc., New York, 1918.

81 15

 "I'm in Love with One of the Stars," The Man Who Owns Broadway 1908 

General note

musical play starring Raymond Hitchcock; Cohan, George M. [composer and lyricist]; Cohan & Harris, New York, 1908.

81 16

 "I'm in Love with One of the Stars," The Man Who Owns Broadway 1908 

General note

musical play starring Raymond Hitchcock; Cohan, George M. [composer and lyricist]; Cohan & Harris, New York, 1908.

81 17

 "In Araby with You," Criss-Cross 1926 

General note

Charles Dillingham presents Fred Stone; Stone, Dorothy [actress]; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Harbach, Otto and Caldwell, Anne [lyricists and writers]; staged by R.H. Burnside; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1926.

81 18

 "In My Harem" 1913 

General note

Berlin, Irving [composer]; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, New York, 1913.

81 19

 "In Old Ben Franklin's Day," The Ameer 1899 

General note

comic opera produced by the Frank Daniels Opera Company; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Ranken, Frederic and La Shelle, Kirke [writers]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1899.

81 20

 "In the Shade of the New Apple Tree," Hooray for What 1938 

General note

staged and directed by Vincent Minelli; Arlen, Harold [composer]; Harburg, E.Y. [lyricist]; Chappell & Co., New York, 1938.

81 21

 "Incidental Music," Monsieur Beaucaire 1903 

General note

arranged by Ernest Bucalossi; Rosse, Frederick [composer]; Hawkes & Son, London, 1903.

81 22

 "Isle D'Amour" 1913 

General note

sung by Jose Collins in Ziegfeld's Follies Series of 1913; Edwards, Leo [composer]; Carroll, Earl [lyricist]; Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, 1913.

81 23

 "I've a Garden in Sweden," Little Miss Fix-It 1911 

General note

songs of Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth; Murphy, Owens and Lipton [composers and lyricists]; Norworth Pub. Co., New York, 1911.

81 24

 "Japanese Sandman, The" 1920 

General note

Whiting, Richard A. [composer]; Egan, Raymond B. [lyricist]; Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, 1920.

81 25

 "Je Vous Aime (I Love You)," Puzzles of 1925 1925 

General note

starring Elsie Janis; Beiner, Arthur [composer and lyricist]; Harms Inc., New York, 1925.

81 26

 "Jes' Cause de Moon Was Shinin'," The Billionaire 1902 

General note

as produced by the Klaw and Erlanger Opera Company; Kerker, Gustave [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [lyricist]; Sol Bloom, New York, 1902.

81 27

 "Just Because It's You," The Little Cafe 1913 

General note

Klaw and Erlanger production; Caryll, Ivan [composer]; McLellan, C.M.S. [lyricist]; Chappell & Co., New York, 1913.

81 28

 "Just My Style," Fantana 1904 

General note

Hubbell, Raymond [composer]; Smith, Robert B. [lyricist and writer]; Shubert, Sam S. [writer]; Witmark & Sons, New York, 1904.

81 29

 "Just You and I and the Moon," Ziegfeld Follies 1913 1913 

General note

Stamper, Dave [composer]; Buck, Gene [lyricist]; Norworth Publishing Co., New York, 1913.

81 30

 "Last Farewell, The" 1903   torn and fragile,

General note

sung by Adelina Patti; Chas. K. Harris [composer and lyricist]; Chas. K. Harris, New York, 1903.

81 31

 "Let Me Live and Stay in Dixieland," The Slim Princess 1910 

General note

starring Elsie Janis; Brice, Elizabeth and King, Charles [composers and lyricists]; Ted Snyder Co., New York, 1910.

81 32

 "Let Us Waltz as We Say Goodbye" 1925 

General note

Beiner, Art L. [composer and lyricist]; Harold Rossiter Music Co., Chicago, 1925.

81 33

 "Life and Love," The Velvet Lady 1918 

General note

musical comedy by Klaw and Erlanger; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Blossom, Henry [lyricist and writer]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1918.

81 34

 "Limehouse Blues" 1922 

General note

Braham, Philip [composer]; Furber, Douglas [lyricist]; Harms, New York, 1922.

81 35

 "Looking for the Silver Lining," Sally 1920 

General note

produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Bolton, Guy and Grey, Clifford [lyricists and writers]; staged by Edward Royce; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1920.

81 36

 "Louisiana Lizabeth," The Yankee Girl 1909 

General note

starring Blanche Ring; Hobart, George V. [composer]; Hein, Silvio [lyricist]; Blanche Ring Music Co., Shapiro, New York, 1909.

81 37

 "Love Nest, The," Mary 1920 

General note

musical comedy by George M. Cohan; Hirsch, Louis A. [composer]; Harbach, Otto and Mandel, Frank [lyricists and writers]; Victoria Pub. Co., New York, 1920.

81 38

 "Love Nest, The," Mary 1920 

General note

musical comedy by George M. Cohan; Hirsch, Louis A. [composer]; Harbach, Otto and Mandel, Frank [lyricists and writers]; Victoria Pub. Co., New York, 1920.

81 39

 "Love Nest, The," Mary 1920   inside page missing,

General note

musical comedy by George M. Cohan; Hirsch, Louis A. [composer]; Harbach, Otto and Mandel, Frank [lyricists and writers]; Victoria Pub. Co., New York, 1920.

81 40

 "Lovely to Look At," Roberta 1935 

General note

starring Irene Dunne, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Harbach, Otto [lyricist]; Chappell & Co., London; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1935.

81 41

 "Make-Believe," Showboat 1927 

General note

Kern, Jerome [composer]; Hammerstein II, Oscar [lyricist and writer]; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1927.

81 42

 "Man I Love, The," Strike Up the Band 1924 

General note

Gershwin, George [composer]; Gershwin, Ira [lyricist]; New World Music Corporation/Harms, New York, 1924.

81 43

 "Mexico," Humpty Dumpty 1914 

General note

Cole, Bob [composer]; Cole, Bob and Johnson, James W. [lyricists]; Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York, 1914.

81 44

 "Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean" 1922 

General note

Gallagher, Ed and Shean, Al [composers and lyricists]; Jack Mills Inc., New York, 1922.

81 45

 "Modern Japanee, The," The Old Town 1910 

General note

[starring] David Montgomery and Fred Stone; Luders, Gustav [composer]; Ade, George [writer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1910.

81 46

 "Mon Petit (Sonny Boy)" 1929 

General note

De Sylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray; Jolson, Al [composers and lyricists]; Hely, Marc [French lyricist]; De Sylva, Brown & Henderson; Editions Francis Salabert, Paris, 1929.

81 47

 "Montezuma," Over the River 1912 

General note

Charles B. Dillingham & Flo. Ziegfeld production with Eddie Foy; Methvin, Jeanette [singer]; Eggett, Charles [composer]; Carroll, Earl [lyricist]; Leo. Feist, New York, 1912.

81 48

 "Mother" 1915 

General note

sung by Eva Tanguay; Morse, Theodore [composer]; Johnson, Howard [lyricist]; Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, 1915.

81 49

 "My Jamie is a Soldier Brave" 1864 

General note

sung by Lizzie Hutchinson at the concerts of the Hutchinson family and by the author W. Virgil Wallace at all of his concerts; Wallace, W. Virgil [composer]; Millie [lyricist]; Horace Waters, New York, 1864.

81 50

 "My Mammy: The Sun Shines East--The Sun Shines West," Sinbad 1921 

General note

Donaldson, Walter [composer]; Young, Joe and Lewis, Sam [lyricists]; Irving Berlin Co., New York, 1921.

81 51

 "My Mammy: The Sun Shines East--The Sun Shines West," Sinbad 1921 

General note

Donaldson, Walter [composer]; Young, Joe and Lewis, Sam [lyricists]; Irving Berlin Co., New York, 1921.

81 52

 "My Sunny Tennesee," The Midnight Rounders of 1921 1921 

General note

Lee & J.J. Shubert production; Cantor, Eddie [singer]; Kalmar, Bert; Ruby, Harry; Ruby, Herman [composers and lyricists]; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York, 1921.

81 53

 "'N Everything," Sinbad 1918 

General note

De Sylvia, Bud; Kahn, Gus; Jolson, Al [composers and lyricists]; Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, 1918.

82 1

 "Nell Brinkley Girl, The," The Follies of 1908 1908 

General note

Levi, Maurice [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [lyricist and writer]; staged by Julian Mitchell; Cohan & Harris Publishing Co., New York, 1908.

82 2

 "New York and Coney Island March" 1896 

General note

[Two-step]; Paull, E.T. [composer]; E.T. Paull Music Co., New York, 1896. Fragile, front cover loose.

82 3

 "Nightingale, The" 1906 

General note

sung by Edith Helena; Penn, Arthur A. [composer]; Chas. K. Harris, Chicago, 1906.

82 4

 "Oh By Jingo!" Linger Longer Letty 1919 

General note

featuring Charlotte Greenwood; Von Tilzer, Albert [composer]; Brown, Lew [lyricist]; Broadway Music Corp., New York, 1919.

82 5

 "Oh! You Circus Day" 1912 

General note

originally introduced by Montgomery and Moore in Lew Field's Hanky Panky; Monaco, Jimmie V. [composer]; Lessing, Edith Maida [lyricist]; Will Rossiter, Chicago, 1912.

82 6

 "Ol' Man River," Showboat 1925 

General note

Carl Laemmle production; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Hammerstein II, Oscar [lyricist and writer]; Ferber, Edna [novelist]; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1925.

82 7

 "Only in Dreams" 1910 

General note

Morgan, Vincent [composer]; Bigelow, Jannie P. [lyricist]; Emrys Music Co., Los Angeles, 1910.

82 8

 "Over There" 1917 

General note

Cohan, George [composer and lyricist]; Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, 1917.

82 9

 "Painting the Clouds with Sunshine," The Gold Diggers of Broadway 1929 

General note

Burke, Joe [composer]; Dubin, Al [lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1929.

82 10

 "Paragraphs," The Dollar Princess 1909 

General note

Charles Frohman's production; Fall, Leo [composer]; Grossmith, Jr., George [adapter]; Willner, A.N. and Grunbaum, F. [writers]; T.B. Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, 1909.

82 11

 "Pianoforte Selection," This Year of Grace 1928 

General note

Charles B. Cochran's 1928 Revue; Coward, Noel [composer, lyricist and writer]; Chappell & Co., New York, 1928.

82 12

 "Picket Guard, The" circa 1861 

General note

[song and quartette]; Goodwin, W.H. [composer]; Beers, Ethel Lynn [lyricist, though not cited in sheet music]; Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston, c.1861.

82 13

 "Poor Butterfly," The Big Show 1916 

General note

Hubbell, Raymond [composer]; Golden, John L. [lyricist]; staged by R.H. Burnside; T.B. Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, New York, 1916.

82 14

 "Pretty Little Heather Bell," The Lancers 1907 

General note

Henry Miller Production; sung by Cecelia Loftus; Spink, George [composer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1907.

82 15

 "Pretty Mollie Shannon", The Little Duchess 1901 

General note

sung by Anna Held; Wolff, Walter [composer]; Ryan, Geo. H. [lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1901.

82 16

 "Rememb'ring," Topsy and Eva 1923 

General note

Duncan Sisters [singers, composers, lyricists]; Cushing, Catherine C. [writer]; suggested by Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe; Irving Berlin, Inc., New York, 1923.

82 17

 "Rest, Noble Chieftain" 1865 

General note

[song on the death of President Lincoln]; Archer, C. [composer and lyricist]; Lee & Walker, Philadelphia, 1865.

82 18

 "Rip Van Winkle Was a Lucky Man," The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast 1901 

General note

Schwartz, Jean [composer]; Jerome, William [lyricist]; Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer, New York, 1901.

82 19

 "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody" 1918 

General note

sung by Al Jolson; Schwartz, Jean [composer]; Lewis, Sam M. and Young, Joe [lyricists]; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York, 1918.

82 20

 "Rose of Washington Square," Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic 1920 

General note

introduced by Fannie Brice; Hanley, James F. [composer]; Macdonald, Ballard [lyricist]; Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York, 1920.

82 21

 "Row, Row, Row," Ziegfeld Follies 1912 

General note

introduced by Elizabeth Brice; Monaco, Jimmie V. [composer]; Jerome, William [lyricist]; Harry Von Tilzer, New York, 1912.

82 22

 "Row, Row, Row," Ziegfeld Follies 1912 

General note

introduced by Elizabeth Brice; Monaco, Jimmie V. [composer]; Jerome, William [lyricist]; Harry Von Tilzer, New York, 1912. Fragile.

82 23

 "Sally," Sally 1921 

General note

produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Bolton, Guy and Grey, Clifford [lyricists and writers]; staged by Edward Royce; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1921.

82 24

 "Same Old Crowd, The," The Jewel of Asia 1903 

General note

sung by Blanche Ring; Morse, Theodore F. [composer]; Farrell, Fred C. and Joseph C. [lyricists]; Howley, Haviland & Dresser, New York, 1903.

82 25

 "Second Hand Rose," Ziegfeld Follies of 1921 

General note

sung by Fannie Brice; Hanley, James F. [composer]; Clarke, Grant [lyricist]; staged by Edward Royce; Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York, 1921.

82 26

 "Selection," The Lady of the Slipper 1912 

General note

musical comedy: Montgomery and Stone, Elsie Janis; Herbert, Victor [composer]; O'Dea, James [lyricist]; Caldwell, Ann and McCarty, Laurence [writers]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1912. [Autographed by Victor Herbert.]

82 27

 "Shine On, Harvest Moon," The Follies of 1908 

General note

sung by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth; Bayes-Norworth, Nora [composer]; Norworth, Jack [lyricist]; Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1908.

82 28

 "Since I First Met You," The Sultan of Sulu 1902 

General note

a musical comedy; Wathall, Alfred G. [composer]; Ade, George [lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1902.

82 29

 "Singin' in the Rain," Hollywood Review of 1929 1929 

General note

[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer]; Brown, Nacio Herb [composer]; Freed, Arthur [lyricist]; Robbins Music Corp., New York, 1929.

82 30

 "Silver Moon," My Maryland 1927 

General note

based on Clyde Fitch's play Barbara Fritchie; Romberg, Sigmund [composer]; Donnelly, Dorothy [lyricist and writer]; Harms Inc., New York, 1927.

82 31

 "Sit Down! You're Rocking the Boat" 1913 

General note

Schwartz, Jean [composer]; Jerome, William and Clarke, Grant [lyricists]; Harry Williams Music Co., New York, 1913.

82 32

 "Somebody Stole My Gal" 1922 

General note

Wood, Leo [composer and lyricist]; Denton & Haskins Music Co., New York, 1922.

82 33

 "Song of Love," Blossom Time 1921 

General note

[Shubert]; Schubert, Franz and Berte, Heinrich [composers]; music adapted by Sigmund Romberg; Donnelly, Dorothy [lyricist]; Karczag Publishing Co., Leo. Feist, New York, 1921.

82 34

 "Song of Love," Blossom Time 1921 

General note

[Shubert]; Schubert, Franz and Berte, Heinrich [composers]; music adapted by Sigmund Romberg; Donnelly, Dorothy [lyricist]; Karczag Publishing Co., Leo. Feist, New York, 1921.

82 35

 "Song of Love," The Grass Widow 1917 

General note

Hirsch, Louis A. [composer]; Pollock, Channing and Wolf, Rennold [lyricists and writers]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1917.

82 36

 "Sweet Dreams," Tip Top 1921 

General note

starring Fred Stone; Caryll, Ivan [composer]; Caldwell, Anne and Burnside, R.H. [lyricists]; Chappell-Harms, New York, 1921.

82 37

 "Syncopated Walk, The, " Watch Your Step 1914 

General note

musical comedy by Charles Dillingham; Berlin, Irving [composer and lyricist]; Smith, Harry B. [writer]; Irving Berlin, Inc., New York, 1914.

82 38

 "Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty" 1916 

General note

Mills, A.J.; Godfrey, Fred; Scott, Bennett [composers and lyricists]; Chappell Music, New York, 1916. One sheet only, no cover.

82 39

 "Take Me to Swanee Shore," Broadway to Paris; 1912 

General note

Muir, Lewis F. [composer]; Gilbert, L. Wolfe [lyricist]; F.A. Mills, New York, 1912. Cover only, no music sheet.

82 40

 "Tattooed Man, The," The Idol's Eye 1897 

General note

as performed by the Frenk Daniels Comic Opera Company; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [lyricist and writer]; Edward Schuberth & Co., New York, 1897.

82 41

 "Tattooed Man, The," The Idol's Eye 1897 

General note

as performed by the Frenk Daniels Comic Opera Company; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [lyricist and writer]; Edward Schuberth & Co., New York, 1897.

82 42

 "Teach Me That Beautiful Love" 1912 

General note

Schenck, Joe and Van, Gus [composers and lyricists]; Will Rossiter, Chicago, 1912.

82 43

 "Tell Me Lovers I Pray You," The Mandarin 1896 

General note

comic opera, sung by Anna Lichter at the Tivoli; de Koven, Reginald [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [lyricist]; G. Schirmer, New York, 1896 [musical supplement of the Sunday Examiner]. Fragile.

82 44

 "Tendre Aveu," Trois Morceaux Pour Piano 1894 

General note

Schutt, Edouard [composer]; N. Simrock, Berlin, 1894.

82 45

 "There'll Come a Time" 1895 

General note

sung by Lizzie B. Raymond; Harris, Chas. K. [composer and lyricist]; Chas. K. Harris, Milwaukee, 1895.

82 46

 "They Tell Me of You," The Little Duchess 1901 

General note

[Anna Held]; de Koven, Reginald [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [lyricist]; Edward Schuberth & Co., New York, 1901.

82 47

 "This Can't Be Love," The Boys from Syracuse 1938 

General note

Rogers, Richard [composer]; Hart, Lorenz [lyricist]; Chappell & Co., New York, 1938. [Dances directed by George Balanchine; book and direction by George Abbott.]

82 48

 "This is the Life" 1914 

General note

sung by Belle Baker; Berlin, Irving [composer and lyricist]; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York, 1914.

82 49

 "Till the Clouds Roll By," Oh Boy! 1917 

General note

musical comedy by Comstock-Elliot Co.; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Bolton, Guy and Wodehouse, P.G. [lyricists and writers]; T.B. Harms, Francis Day & Hunter, New York, 1917.

82 50

 "To the Land of My Own Romance," The Enchantress 1907 

General note

comic opera starring Kitty Gordon; Herbert, Victor [composer]; De Gresac, Fred and Smith, Harry B. [lyricists]; M. Whitmark & Sons, New York, 1907. [Autographed by Victor Herbert]

82 51

 "Under the Bamboo Tree," Sally In Our Alley 1902 

General note

sung by Marie Cahill; Cole, Bob [composer and lyricist]; Jos. W. Stern & Co., London, 1902.

82 52

 "Violets," ["Morgens Send Ich Dir Die Veilchen"] 1900 

General note

Wright, Ellen [composer]; Frane, Julian [lyricist, English]; Heine, H. [lyricist, German]; Boosey & Co., New York, 1900.

82 53

 "Way Down in Colon Town," In Panama 1907 

General note

Hoffman Max [composer]; Madden, Edward [lyrics]; Maguire, Sylvester and Hoffman Aaron [authors]; Rogers Bros. Music Pub. Co., New York, 1907.

82 54

 "When Day is Done" 1926 

General note

Katscher, Robert [composer]; De Sylva, B.G. [lyricist]; Harms, Inc., New York, 1926.

82 55

 "When I Leave the World Behind" 1915 

General note

sung by Fritzi Scheff; Berlin, Irving [composer and lyricist]; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York, 1915.

82 56

 "When I Would Think of You," The Old Town 1909 

General note

David Montgomery and Fred Stone; Luders, Gustav [composer]; Ade, George [writer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1909.

82 57

 "When Shall We Meet Again?" Tip Top 1921 

General note

C.B. Dillingham [producer]; Fred Stone [actor]; Whiting, Richard A. [composer]; Egan, Raymond B. [lyricist]; Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, 1921.

82 58

 "When We Are Married," The Belle of New York 1897 

General note

Morton, Hugh [composer]; Kerker, Gustave [lyricist]; T.B. Harms & Co., New York, 1897.

82 59

 "When You and I Were Young, Maggie" 1866 

General note

Butterfield, J.A. [composer and lyricist]; Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston, 1866.

82 60

 "When You're Away," The Only Girl 1914 

General note

produced by Joe Weber; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Blossom, Henry [lyricist and writer]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1914.

82 61

 "When You're Away," The Only Girl 1914 

General note

produced by Joe Weber; Herbert, Victor [composer]; Blossom, Henry [lyricist and writer]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1914.

82 62

 "Where the River Shannon Flows" 1906 

General note

sung by John Russell; Russell, James I. [composer and lyricist]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1906.

82 63

 "Who?" Sunny 1925 

General note

musical comedy by Charles Dillingham; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Harbach, Otto and Hammerstein II, Oscar [lyricists]; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1925.

82 64

 "Who Knows?" 1914 

General note

Ball, Ernest R. [composer]; Dunbar, Paul Laurence [poet]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1914.

82 65

 "Wouldn't You Like Me for a Sweetheart?" A Yankee Tourist 1907 

General note

starring Raymond Hitchcock; Robyn, Alfred G. [composer]; Irwin, Wallace [lyricist]; Davis, Richard Harding [writer]; M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1907.

82 66

 "Yankee Doodle Boy, The," Little Johnny Jones 1904 

General note

Cohan, Geo. M. [composer and lyricist]; F.A. Mills, New York, 1904.

82 67

 "Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay," The Merry Widower and the Devil 1909 

General note

Flynn, John H. [composer]; Cobb, Will D. [lyricist]; Shapiro, New York, 1909.

82 68

 "You and I," My Girl 1924 

General note

staged by Walter Brooks; Archer, Harry [composer]; Thompson, Harlan [lyricist and writer]; Leo. Feist Inc., New York, 1924.

82 69

 "You Will, Won't You?" Criss-Cross 1926 

General note

Fred Stone and Dorothy Stone; Kern, Jerome [composer]; Harbach, Otto and Caldwell, Anne [libretto]; T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1926.

82 70

 "You're Here and I'm Here," The Marriage Market 1914 

General note

starring Donald Brian; Kern, Jerome D. [composer]; Smith, Harry B. [lyricist]; Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, 1914.

82 71

 "You're the Cream In My Coffee," Hold Everything 1928 

General note

musical comedy by Alex A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley; De Sylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray [composers and lyricists]; De Sylva, B.G. and McGowan, Jack [writers]; De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., New York, 1928.

82 72

 "Zaza" unknown 

General note

Leoncavallo, R. [composer]; cover only.

82 73
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 Rose Marie Unknown 

Scope and Contents note

A Musical Play

100

 Jolly Jennie Jones  

100

 Vesta Victoria's 

100

 Algy/The Picadilly Johnny With The Little Glass Eye 

100

 Marches and Quicksteps 

100

 Ziegfeld Follies  

100

 The Big Show 

100

 Ladies First 

100

 The Nightingale 

100

 Who Knows? 

100

 Only in Dreams  

100

 Cupid's Smiles 

100

 High High Up in the Hills 

100

 I Can't Tell Why I Love You But I Do 

100

 Here's to the Rose 

100

 Furs and Frills  

100

 Violets 

100

 Piano 

100

 An Evening Love Song 

100

 Madame Butterfly 

100

 The Monthly Vocalist 

100

 Betty Be Good 

100

 Pacific Coast Musician 

100

 New York and Coney Island Cycle March  1896 

80

 Sit Down! You're Rocking the Boat 1913 

80

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Series 4:  Songbooks 

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 The Merry Widow  

General note

New musical play

95

 M'lle Modiste 

General note

A comic opera in two acts

95

 Florodora 12 November 1900 

General note

A musical comedy

95

 Little Nemo 1908 

95

 Robin Hood 

95

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Series 5:  Periodicals 

Box

 The American May 1915 

99

 The American May 1931 

99

 American Ballet Theatre 5 March 1985 - 24 March 1985 

109

 American Circus Posters Undated 

105

 American Dancer June 1938 

99

 American Weekly 23 September 1945 

84

 Argonaut 1881-1884   10 Issues

105

 Ascap Today January 1974 

99

 Bandwagon 2005-2006   8 issues

99

 The Bilboard  28 June 1913 

96

 The Billboard 16 October 1937 

96

 Broadway Weekly 1903-1904   6 issues

97

 Burr McIntosh Monthly 1904-1907   3 issues

99

 The Call Boy 2002-2006   6 issues

99

 Cinefantastique  1990-1997   58 issues

98

 Cinefantastique 

106

 Collier's 14 March 1908 

96

 Collier's 11 September 1926 

96

 Collier's 17 April 1948 

96

 Culver City Chamber Orchestra 15 November 1997   2 copies

109

 The Etude November 1914 

99

 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly 1891   5 issues

96

 Harper's Weekly 1876-1912   44 issues

84

 L'Illustration 28 January 1930 

97

 Ladies Home Journal 1895-1896   3 issues

96

 Leslie's Weekly  30 October 1902 

96

 Leslie's Weekly 1903-1911   4 issues

84

 Let's Face It undated 

99

 Liberty 5 February 1927 

96

 Life 18 April 1969 

97

 Life 1953-1990   4 issues

109

 Literary Digest 1 December 1917 

99

 Literary Digest 28 April 1928 

99

 Los Angeles Opera 2000-2001   5 issues

109

 McCall's Magazine April 1902 

Scope and Contents note

A page from McCall's Magazine

99

 The Mentor October 1928 

99

 Morning Telegraph 1912   3 issues

96
Box Folder

 New York Clipper, Maclyn Arbuckle on cover 24 September 1898 

83 1

 New York Clipper, Pearl Revare on cover 26 August 1899 

83 2

 New York Clipper, Adelina Roattino on cover 11 August 1900 

83 3

 New York Clipper, James Powers on cover 1 March 1902 

83 4

 New York Clipper, George Primrose and Lew Dockstader on cover 12 April 1902 

83 5

 New York Clipper, Henrietta Crosman on cover 14 June 1902 

83 6

 New York Clipper, Eleanor Gist on cover 28 June 1902 

83 7

 New York Clipper, John Drew on cover 26 July 1902 

83 8

 New York Clipper, Edna May Spooner on cover 2 August 1902 

83 9

 New York Clipper, Roselle Knott on cover 2 December 1905 

83 10

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Christmas 1897, watercolor drawing on cover 25 December 1897 

83 11

 New York Dramatic Mirror, John Kendrick Bangs on cover 23 July 1904 

83 12

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Margaret Ashton on cover 10 June 1905 

83 13

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Leander de Cordova on cover 15 July 1905 

83 14

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Joseph Hart and Carrie de Mar on cover 24 March 1906 

83 15

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Blanche Hall on cover 29 September 1906 

83 16

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Carleton Macy and Edna Hall on cover 3 November 1906 

83 17

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Vesta Victoria on cover 2 March 1907 

83 18

 New York Dramatic Mirror, Mrs. Fiske on cover (as Salvation Nell) 13 February 1909 

83 19

 New York Dramatic News and Society Journal, John A. Hamlin on cover 19 February 1881 

83 20
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 New Yorker 31 May 1993 

99

 Pacific Coast Musician  May 1914 

99

 Performance and Other Theatre Magazines 

117

 Performing Arts 1985-2002   16 issues

109

 Physical Culture 1918-1922   2 issues

99

 San Francisco Call 1900-1912   13 issues

105

 Saturday Evening Post  11 August 1906 

96

 Saturday Evening Post  20 March 1926 

96

 Saturday Evening Post 1924-1927   4 issues

99

 The Stage 1910-1911 

99

 The Stage 1934-1935   2 issues

97

 The Stage August 1937 

99

 Sunday Call 1901-1912   7 Issues

105
Box Folder

 Sunday Herald 25 February 1883 

Scope and Contents note

Pages from The Sunday Herald

83 11
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 Sunday Herald 1909-1910   13 issues

105

 The Tattler 13 April 1910 

97

 The Theatre 1908-1911   3 issues

96

 The Theatre January 1910 

99

 The Theatre January 1910 

105

 Theatre Arts Monthly October 1932 

99

 USA Philatelic Spring 2000 

109

 Vaudeville Times 1998-2001   5 issues

99

 Woman's Home Companion March 1902 

96

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Series 6:  Theatre Programs and Souvenir Books 

 Playbill 

Box Folder

 Playbill - Imperial Theatre 4 November 1946 

Scope and Contents note

Annie Get Your Gun

85 1

 Playbill - Uris Theatre May 1973 

Scope and Contents note

A musical Seesaw

85 2

 Playbill - Majestic Theatre 

Scope and Contents note

42nd Street

85 3

 Playbill - Broadway Theatre 2 December 1945 

Scope and Contents note

Up in Central Park

85 4

 Playbill - Forty Sixth Street Theatre 13 February 1950 

Scope and Contents note

Arms and the Girl

85 5

 Playbill - Broadway Theatre October 1966 

Scope and Contents note

Annie Get Your Gun

85 6

 Playbill - Martin Beck Theatre February 1970 

Scope and Contents note

Man of La Mancha

85 7

 Playbill - Alvin Theatre 25 June 1951 

Scope and Contents note

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

85 8

 Playbill - Alvin Theatre 19 November 1951 

Scope and Contents note

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

85 9

 Playbill - Ziegfeld Theatre 22 May 1950 

Scope and Contents note

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

85 10

 Playbill - St. James Theatre 26 January 1959 

Scope and Contents note

A musical "Flower Drum Song"

85 11

 Playbill - Imperial Theatre 7 March 1943 

Scope and Contents note

Let's Face It

85 12

 Playbill - Imperial Theatre 30 March 1942 

Scope and Contents note

Let's Face It

85 13

 Playbill - Forty Sixth Street Theatre 14 February 1943 

Scope and Contents note

Junior Miss

85 14

 Playbill - Majestic Theatre 17 May 1954 

Scope and Contents note

A musical By the Beautiful Sea

85 15

 Playbill - Imperial Theatre 7 March 1943 

Scope and Contents note

Let's Face It

85 16

 Playbill - Music Box 16 February 1949 

Scope and Contents note

They Knew What They Wanted

85 16

 Playbill - Music Box 

Scope and Contents note

As Thousands Cheer

85 17

 Playbill - The National Theatre Magazine 30 April 1990 

Scope and Contents note

The Grapes of Wrath

85 18
Box

 Playbill - Royale Theatre March 1996 

94

 Playbill - Gershwin Theatre April 1996 

94

 Playbill - St. James Theatre April 1996 

94

 Playbill - John Golden Theatre March 1999 

94

 Playbill - The Broadway Theatre March 1999 

94

 Playbill - Pantages Theatre January 2001 

94

 Playbill - Wilshire Theatre December 2001 

94

 Playbill - Neil Simon Theatre December 2001 

94

 Playbill - Walter Kerr Theatre December 2001 

94

 Playbill - Ambassador Theatre December 2001 

94

 Playbill - The Helen Hayes Theatre December 2001 

94

 Playbill - The Metropolitan Opera 2001-2002 

94

 Showbill - Ford Center for the Performing Arts December 2001 

94
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 Stagebill 1999-2000   5 programs

104

 The Playgoer 1961   2 programs

104

 Performing Arts - UCLA James A. Dolittle Theatre July 1987 

104

 Performing Arts - Shubert Theatre April 1989 

104

 Music Magazine of Los Angeles 3 December 1961 

104

 Headliner December 2001 

104

 Two Sisters and a Piano March 1999 

104
Box Folder

 Colonial Theatre 11 September 1905 

General note

Higgledy-Piggledy

85 19

 Irving Place Theatre 11 February 1895 

General note

Papageno

85 20

 The Empire Theatre 

General note

Clair de Lune

85 21

 Gaiety Theatre 9 October 1922 

General note

Loyalties

85 22

 44th Street Theatre 23 April 1923 

General note

As You Like It

85 23

 The Vanderbilt Theatre 20 June 1927 

General note

Peggy-Ann

85 24

 The Vanderbilt Theatre 29 November 1926 

General note

The Girl Friend

85 25

 Majestic Theatre 13 November 1906 

General note

The Rose of the Rancho

85 26

 Hollis St. Theatre 21 January 1907 

General note

Mice and Men

85 27

 H.C. Miner's 5th Avenue Theatre 27 October 1890 

General note

The Squire

85 28

 Majestic Theatre (Chicago) 

85 29

 New York Hippodrome 7 October 1912 

General note

Under Many Flags

85 30

 New Amsterdam Theatre 18 June 1918 

General note

Ziegfeld Follies

85 31

 The Music Box 20 March 1922 

General note

Music Box Revue

85 32

 Sam S. Shubert Theatre 13 October 1924 

General note

Greenwich Village Follies

85 33

 Chicago Stagebill 17 February 1941 

General note

My Sister Eileen

85 34

 Winter Garden 29 December 1924 

General note

Greenwich Village Follies

85 35

 Wallack's 1897-1898 

General note

The Fortune-Teller

85 36

 Hollywood Bowl 1959   3 programs

General note

Hollywood Bowl Pops

85 37-39

 Harlem Music Hall 1912 

General note

The Three Dukes

85 40

 Pantages Theatre December 1980 

General note

My Fair Lady

86 1

 Liberty Theatre 5 January 1925 

General note

Lady, Be Good!

86 2

 Metropolitan Opera House 24 March 1905 

General note

Souvenir book - Testimonial to Joseph Jefferson Holland

86 3

 Castle Square Theatre circa 1925 

General note

Anne Nichols - Abie's Irish Rose

86 4

 Biltmore Theatre 

General note

Say, Darling

86 5

 Huntington Hartford Theatre 16 November 1959 

General note

Dear Liar

86 6

 Meteropolitan Opera House 3 February 1906 

General note

Laboheme

86 7

 Hamburger's Majestic Theatre 2 May 1909 

General note

The Politicians

86 8

 The Sawdust Playhouse 29 August 1958 

General note

Plain and Fancy

86 9

 Majestic Theatre 1 February 1904 

General note

Babes in Toyland

86 10

 Shreve & Company (Cort Theatre) 25 May 1913 

General note

Hanky Panky

86 11

 Plymoth Theatre 26 August 1918 

General note

Lew Fields in Friendly Enemies

86 14

 Vanderbilt Theatre, New York City 

General note

Peggy Ann

86 15

 Hollis St. Theatre 16 May 1887 - 21 May 1887 

General note

Rice's Beautiful Evangeline

86 16

 Abbey's Theatre 4 December 1894 

General note

The Grand Duchess

86 17

 Souvenir of Benefit performance (Broadway Theatre) 7 April 1905 

General note

Souvenir of Benefit Performance for the Actors Home Fund

86 18

 Maude Adams in L'Aiglon 

General note

A pictorial souvenir

86 19

 New York Hippodrome 6 September 1921 

General note

Souvenir Book

86 20

 La Palmas Theatre 

General note

The Billy Barnes Revue

86 21

 The Hollywood Press Club 4 December 1996 

General note

Hello Jerry

86 22

 Auditorium Theatre October 1983 

General note

Sugarbabies

86 23a

 Selwyn Theatre 

86 23b

 Shubert Theatre 

86 24

 Lew Fields Theatre 2 January 1905 

General note

It Happened In Nordland

86 25

 Geo.M. Cohans Theatre 17 June 1918 

General note

The Kiss Burglar

86 26

 Sam S. Shubert Theatre 13 May 1912 

General note

Hanky Panky

86 27

 Theatre De La Renaissance 

General note

La Chatelaine

86 28

 New Theatre 

86 29

 Columbia Theatre 27 February 1893 

General note

Rice's Surprise Party

86 30

 Souvenir - 2nd Act L'Aiglon 1905-1906 

86 32
Box Folder

 Theatre National 3 September 1907 

General note

Werther

86 31

 Book of the Opera 1901 

86 33

 Olympia Theatre 19 June 1901 

86 34

 The Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association 2 June 1959 

General note

My Fair Lady

86 35

 Songbook 

86 36

 Martin Beck Theatre Undated 

General note

A Connecticut Yankee

86 37

 Coronet Theatre Undated 

General note

Dark of the Moon

86 38

 The Columbia 13 February 

General note

The Knickerbockers

86 39

 The Columbia October 16 

General note

New City Directory

86 40

 Lowell Opera House 11 September 1905 

General note

The Shepherd King

86 41

 Colonial Theatre 26 April 

86 42

 The Grand 7 December 1903 

General note

The Telephone Girl

86 43

 The Columbia 7 February 

General note

Robin Hood

86 44

 Shubert - Plymouth Theatre Undated 

General note

The Skin Game

86 45

 Riverside Theatre 24 December 1917 

86 46

 Schiller Theatre 13 February 1893 

General note

Surrender

86 47

 Bushwick Theatre 31 May 1920 

86 48

 The Auditorium 22 April 1893 

General note

America

86 49

 Schiller Theatre 24 June 

General note

Bells of Corneville

86 50

 Boston Symphony Orchestra 8 April 1921 

86 51

 Madison Street Theatre 13 June 1888 

General note

Grace, church, choir

86 52

 Harris Theatre 11 May 1920 

General note

Respect for Riches

86 53

 Criterion Theatre 24 April 1920 

86 54

 Dear Liar 

87 1

 Le Galliene Productions 

General note

Produced 3 plays by Ibsen

1. Hedda Gabler 2.  The Master Builder 3.  A Doll's House

87 2

 The Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association 7 October 1957 

General note

Annie Get Your Gun

87 3

 Russian Festival of Music and Dance 1959-1960 

87 4

 Souvenir Book of the Play 1903 

General note

Way Down East

87 5

 Cats January 1985 

87 6

 Sunrise at Campobello 

87 7

 Theatre Royal May 25, 1817 

General note

Shakspeare's Tragedy of Othello

87 8

 Tony Pastor's 14th Street Theatre 16 March 1891 

87 9

 Hollis St. Theatre 1886-1887 

General note

Rice's Beautiful Evangeline

87 10

 Grand Opera House 6 January 1894 

General note

Daughters of Eve

87 11

 Buffalo Bill's Wild West  

87 12

 Weber & Fields Pictorial Souvenir Book 

General note

Pictorial Souvenir Book

87 13

 Souvenir and Official Programme of the Actors Fund Fair 2 May 1892 - 7 May 1892 

Box

 Du Barry Was a Lady undated 

99

 Olympic Arts Festival 1 June 1984 - 12 August 1984 

109

 Greek Theatre Magazine 19 July 1958 

109

 Greek Theatre Magazine 25 July 1958 

109

 Greek Theatre Magazine 18 July 1959 

109

 NYC Official City Guide 27 December 2001 

112

 Summer Fest La Jolla 14 August 1992 - 30 August 1992 

112

 Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra 1990-1991 

112

 The Golden Age of American Theatre 1994 

112

 Los Angeles Master Chorale 29 February 1992 

112

 Music Academy of the West (Lobero Theatre) 11 August 2000-13 August 2000 

112

 Doo Dah 1 December 1991 

112

 Shrine Auditorium Undated 

112

 Garrick Theatre October 1995 

112

 Westwood Playhouse Undated 

112

 Wyndhams Theatre 27 June 1996 

112

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Series 7:  Audio-Visual 

 Audiotapes 

Box Cassette

 Annie Get Your Gun Lincoln Center Revival 1966 

General note

non-commercial

88 1

 Arms and the Girl, Let's Face It 1941, 1950 

General note

non-commercial

88 2

 "Primrose," "Tiptoes," George Gershwin; "Wildflower," Vincent Youmans undated 

General note

non-commercial

88 3

 Listener's Digest: "I Fly Anything," "We the People" 1940, 1951 

General note

Radio Yesteryear; commercial

88 4

 Listener's Digest: "Voices of the Century," "Adam and Eve" 1937 

General note

Radio Yesteryear; commercial

88 5

 Radio Yesteryear Sampler: "Themes Like Old Times" 1992 

General note

Radio Yesteryear; commercial

88 6

 Eddie Foy III, interviewed by Armond Fields 3 October 1997 

General note

non-commercial

88 7

 Eddie Foy III, interviewed by Armond Fields 9 October 1997 

General note

non-commercial

88 8

 Eddie Foy III, interviewed by Armond Fields; touring, family, children, etc. 8 June 1998 

General note

non-commercial

88 9

 Irving Foy, interviewed by Armond Fields (Interview #1) 24 October 1997 

General note

non-commercial

88 10

 Irving Foy, interviewed by Armond Fields, "Reactions to Pictures," (Interview #2) undated 

General note

non-commercial

88 11

 Madeline Foy, interviewed by Armond Fields (Interview #1) 23 November 1997 

General note

non-commercial

88 12

 Madeline Foy, interviewed by Armond Fields (Interview #2) 23 November 1997 

General note

non-commercial

88 13

 Madeline Foy, interviewed by Armond Fields; touring, family, children, etc. 9 June 1998 

General note

non-commercial

88 14

 Bill Hunley, interviewed by Armond Fields; Tombstone 18 November 1997 

General note

non-commercial

88 15

 In the Bird Cage: Texas Jim Silver undated 

General note

commercial

88 16

 Songs by Dorothy Fields undated 

General note

non-commercial

88 17

 Dorothy Fields songs undated 

General note

non-commercial

88 18

 Ethel Merman, Something for the Boys 1943 

General note

non-commercial

88 19

 Together on Broadway, Mary Martin and Ethel Merman 15 May 1977 

General note

non-commercial

88 20

 Jimmy Rogers 18 January 2000 

89 1

 Jimmy Rogers 18 January 2000 

89 2

 Judy Sloane 10 December 1999 

89 3

 Judy Sloane 4 April 2000 

89 4

 Judy Sloane Undated 

89 5

 Michael Sloan 8 May 2000 

89 6

 Carol Stone 9 December 1999 

89 7

 Carol Stone 4 May 2000 

89 8

 Carol Stone 9 December 1999 

89 9

 Carol Stone 14 December 1999 

89 10

 Betsy Baytos and Dance - Fred Stone 21 September 2000 

89 11

 Vitaphone short (James J. Corbett and Neil O'Brien) 1929 

89 12

 Interview and Nick Beck Boxing 21 October 1998 

89 13

 Will Rogers on the radio: Transcripts of national broadcasts 1994   4 audiocassettes; NOTE: housed with videotapes due to box format

General note

Will Rogers Heritage Trust; commercial.

89 14

 Video tapes   

Box Cassette

 All-Star Rarities: The Bond Rally, Riviera Dream, The Voice of Hollywood, 68 minutes 1995 

General note

Videobrary; commercial.

90 1

 Vaudeville Videos, Vol. 1, A Video Compilation, 60 minutes undated 

General note

A-1 Video; commercial

90 2

 Sloan Family Album undated 

General note

non-commercial

90 3

 Video Images Presents a Video Yesteryear; 2926. The Art of Cinema Begins. 1997 

General note

Video Yesteryear, commercial. Early films of Thomas Edison, the Lumiere Brothers, George Melies, the American Mutoscope and the Biograph companies; USA, 56 minutes

90 4

 Video Images Presents a Video Yesteryear; 2927. The House That Shadows Built.  A parade of movie stars of the "silent" era and the famous films made at Paramount during its first twenty years; USA, 47 minutes. 1931. 1998 

General note

Video Yesteryear, commercial. A parade of movie stars of the "silent" era and the famous films made at Paramount during its first twenty years; USA, 47 minutes. 1931.

90 5

 Video Images Presents a Video Yesteryear. 890. The Colgate Comedy Hour. Let's Face It 1991 

General note

Video Yesteryear, commercial. A Cole Porter musical comedy with Bert Lahr, Vivian Blaine, Gene Nelson, Betty Furness, Jimmy Gleason; 60 minutes. 21 November 1954.

90 6

 Biography of Flo Ziegfeld undated 

General note

Non-commercial.

90 7

 The Foy Family: Chips Off the Old Block 1928 

General note

Non-commercial.

90 8

 The Foy Family in Chips Off the Old Block, Vitaphone 1928 

General note

Non-commercial.

90 9

 The Foys undated 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 1

 Eccentric Dance, Fred Stone undated 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 2

 PBS [Public Broadcasting Service] Vaudeville 26 November 1997   2 tapes

General note

Non-commercial.

91 3

 PBS [Public Broadcasting Service] : Women of Tin Pan Alley August 1999 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 4

 It's Burlesque (A & E documentary) 3 May 2001 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 5

 The Nightclub Years, (A & E documentary), 2001 undated 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 6

 Corbett - McCoy, Corbett - Fitzsimmons, Corbett - Tunney undated 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 7

 Corbett, James J., Happy Days 1929 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 8

 Weber & Fields, Poolroom scene, DeForest Phonofilm 1923 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 9

 Weber & Fields, This is America, Al Jolson screen test; New York Times Square, Manhattan circa 1930 

91 10

 Weber & Fields, Twain! undated 

General note

Non-commercial.

91 11

 PBS [Public Broadcasting Service]: Early Variety January 1998 

General note

Non-commercial.

92 1

 Vaudeville on Public T.V. Undated 

92 2

 Sullivan/Corbett and Corbett/Courtney 

General note

[part of the writing is illegible]

92 3

 Video Yesteryear - His Majesty, The Scarecrow of Oz 1914 

92 4

 Video Yesteryear - The Magic Cloak of Oz 1914 

92 5

 Compact discs 

Box Disk

 Before the Rainbow: The Original Music of Oz. Selections from the 1902 'Wizard of Oz'" 1902 

General note

Hungry Tiger Press, 1999. Commercial.

92 1

 The Wizard of OZ: Vintage Recordings from the 1903 Broadway Musical undated 

General note

Hungry Tiger Press, 2003. (2-disk set). Commercial.

92 2

 "Dawn of an Era, 1905-1919" 1999 

General note

BMG Special Products, Good Music Record Co., 1999. Commercial.

92 3

 Montgomery and Stone. "Gay Paree," "Travel Travel Little Star," "A Scotch Moriah" 1910 

General note

Non-commercial.

92 4

 Music from the New York Stage, 1890-1920. Volume One: 1890-1908 

General note

Pearl, 1993. (3 disks plus liner notes). Commercial.

92 5

 Legendary Voices of Vaudeville 2000 

General note

Take Two Records, 2000. (2-disk set). Commercial.

92 6

 Miscellaneous Theatre/Vaudeville Audiovisual Materials 

Scope and Content

Audiotapes, videotapes, and some periodicals.

Box
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Series 8:  Ephemera 

Box Folder

 Siddons, Sarah 

Scope and Contents note

"Mrs Siddons as Queen Catharine" print of an engraving

93 1

 Fisher, Sally 

Scope and Contents note

Page from a theatre publication

93 2

 Weber & Fields Newspaper Photograph 

93 3

 James J. Corbett trading card 

93 4

 Woods, Edward; Howard, Miss; Kruschke Emil 

Scope and Contents note

Page from a book

93 5

 Promises Kept 29 October 1989 

93 6

 Library cards 

93 7

 Autograph of P.T. Barnum 

93 8

 The Story of Madame X 

Scope and Contents note

Story told in pictures

93 9

 Theatre Program Clippings 

93 10-11

 Marcel Marceau 1976 

93 12

 Madame Sarah Bernhardt in Vaudeville 

93 13

 The Lyceum "Faust" 

93 14

 The Best of Barrymore 

Scope and Contents note

Collector's portfolio of gold-etch prints by Lionel Barrymore

93 15

 Memorandum to Maxine Elliot 6 September 1893 

93 16

 David Belasco 18 August 1893 

93 17

 Envelope (The American Music Stamp Festival) 11 September 1996 

93 18

 Capital Tower 

93 19

 From the Bowery to Broadway Flyers 

93 20

 Miscellaneous Cards 

93 21
Box

 Pages from a scrapbook with pictures and photos 

Scope and Contents note

Pages are separate and loose

103

 Dunlap and Claypoole's American Daily Advertiser 22 May 1794 

103

 Walnut Street Theatre 11 May 1863 

103

 Boston Museum 12 September 1851 

Scope and Contents note

Benefit of Mr. Booth

103

 Maude Adams as Joan of Arc 

Scope and Contents note

Printed picture

103

 Circus Historical Society Membership Certificate 25 December 2005 

103

 Sara and Armond Fields's 25th Anniversary Celebration Undated  

Scope and Content

Drawing signed and numbered by Armond Fields. Program ticket for the event of the Fields' anniversary party.

103

 Columbia Record 

103

 Weber & Fields Golden Anniversary 25 September 1932 

Scope and Contents note

Signed page in a frame

103

 Miscellaneous Theatre/ Vaudeville 

115

 Miscellaneous Theatre/ Vaudeville 

116

 Newspaper Clippings 

Box

 "As They Looked on the West Coast" 1890 

103

 Weber & Fields 

Scope and Contents note

Egyptian Dieties, Weber & Fields Music Hall, and Newport Opera House clippings

103

 Day by Day with Dudley 

103

 Hollis St. Theatre 15 September 1894 

103

 Albaugh's Grand Opera House 10 September 

Scope and Contents note

Gentleman Jack

103

 "Pen and Inklings" from Stepping Stones 

Scope and Contents note

From Chicago Daily News

103

 Proctor's 23rd Street Theatre 27 November 1899 

103

 Weber & Fields Music Hall 10 September 1900 

103

 Weber & Fields Music Hall 23 April 1900 

103

 Miscellaneous ads 

103

 Emergency Broadway Theatre Directory 25 February 1963 

103

 Minstrel Opening Choruses and Finales 

103

 Miscellaneous clippings 

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Series 9:  Scrapbooks 

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 Untitled 

107

 Actors and singers whom I have seen 1893-1898 

108

 Actors and singers whom I have seen 1886-1890 

108

 Actors and singers whom I have seen 1884-1886 

108

 Programs, ticket stubs, etc. 1897-1915 

112-113

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Series 10:  Realia 

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 Scarecrow Doll 1902 

Scope and Content

Fred Stone played the Scarecrow in the original musical production of The Wizard of Oz in 1902. He gave his daughter Carol this souvenir doll in memory of his role in this seminal show.

110

 Weber & Fields Statuette 1912 

Scope and Content

This souvenir statuette was sold for one dollar in the lobby of every theatre in which the 1912 Weber & Fields Jubilee Tour appeared . The Jubilee marked the return of Weber and Fields to the stage and featured all the performers from the old Music Hall.

111

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Series 11:  Exhibit Materials 

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 Framed Exhibit Items 

120
Map-case Drawer

 "A Grand Reunion" 

Scope and Content

Framed photo of Joe Weber, Jim Corbett, Sam Bernard, Lew Fields, and Lillian Russell.

6 3

 Elsie Janis 

Scope and Content

Framed memorabilia of Elsie Janis: calendar, colortint photograph, signed calling card, annotated thank you card.

6 3

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