Restoration of Ford's Theatre, Washington D.C

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APPENDIX B--List of Productions at Ford's Theatre1
( August 1863 to April 1865)
DATEPRODUCTIONLEADING ACTORS
______________________________________________________________________________________________________
1863
27 Aug., Thurs" The Naiad Queen"Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bishop
28 Aug., Fri.SameSame
29 Aug., SatSameSame
30 Aug., Sun.Closed
31 Aug., Mon." The Naiad Queen"Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bishop
1 Sept., TuesSameSame
2 Sept., WedSameSame
3 Sept., Thurs.SameSame
4 Sept., Fri.SameSame
5 Sept., SatSameSame
6 Sept., Sun.Closed
7 Sept., Mon." The Naiad Queen"Mr. and Mrs. C.B.Bishop
8 Sept., TuesSameSame
9 Sept., WedSameSame
10 Sept., Thurs.SameSame
11 Sept., Fri.SameSame
12 Sept., SatSameSame
13 Sept., Sun.Closed
14 Sept., Mon." The Naiad Queen" and "The Delicate
Ground"
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bishop;
Charles Wheatleigh
15 Sept., TuesSameSame
16 Sept., Wed." The Naiad Queen" and "A Morning Call"Same
17 Sept., Thurs.SameSame
18 Sept., Fri." The Naiad Queen" and "A Model of a
Wife"
Same
19 Sept., SatSameSame
20 Sept., Sun.Closed
21 Sept., Mon." The Little Barefoot" Maggie Mitchell
22 Sept., TuesSame Same
23 Sept., Wed.Same Same
24 Sept., Thurs.SameSame
25 Sept., Fri.SameSame
26 Sept., SatSameSame
27 Sept., Sun.Closed
28 Sept., Mon." Fanchon the Cricket" Maggie Mitchell
29 Sept., TuesSameSame
30 Sept., Wed.SameSame
1 Oct., Thurs.SameSame
2 Oct., Fri.SameSame
3 Oct., SatSameSame
4 Oct., Sun.Closed
5 Oct., Mon." Fanchon the Cricket" Maggie Mitchell
6 Oct., TuesSameSame
7 Oct., Wed." Satan in Paris"Same
8 Oct., Thurs." Satan in Paris" and "My Precious Betsy" Maggie Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bishop
____________________
1
Evening Star, August 1863 to April 1865. Theatre advertisements generally appeared in previous day's paper or in early edition of paper on day of play.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • List of Illustrations xv
  • List of Historic American Buildings Survey Drawings xvii
  • Administrative Data 1
  • Historical Data 3
  • Part I -- Ford's Theatre Building, 1833-1862 5
  • Part II -- Ford's Theatre 1867-65 13
  • Part III -- April 14, 1865 and Its Aftermath 53
  • Architectural Data 67
  • Furnishings and Exhibition Data 101
  • Appendix A--Lincoln at Ford's Theatre 105
  • Appendix B--List of Productions at Ford's Theatre 107
  • Appendix C 123
  • Bibliography 125
  • Index 130
  • Mission 66 137
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