Since it was the habit of Clyde Fitch to keep three or four irons in the fire at the same time, we have thought it helpful to print for the aid of the reader a complete list of the Fitch plays, adaptations, and collaborations, giving the dates of productions and the leading players. In the letters it has been necessary to bracket the names of plays as they are mentioned, and to have footnotes where essential to the clear understanding of casual references. With these edi torial accessories, we feel that not only is the reader given a portrait of Clyde Fitch, but a perspective of a whole dra matic period in which he was among the most conspicuous figures.
MONTROSE J. MOSES.
NEW YORK, June 26, 1924.