A Pictorial History of the American Theatre: 1860-1970

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A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE
AMERICAN THEATRE
1860-1970

BY DANIEL BLUM

NEW, THIRD, EDITION
enlarged and revised by JOHN WILLIS

CROWN PUBLISHERS, INC., NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Foreword 5
  • American Theatre — before 1860 6
  • 1860-1870 7
  • 1870-1880 17
  • 1880-1890 27
  • 1890-1900 39
  • 1900 54
  • 1901 61
  • 1902 67
  • 1903 73
  • 1904 79
  • 1905 87
  • 1996 93
  • 1907 98
  • 1908 103
  • 1909 109
  • 1910 115
  • 1911 122
  • 1912 131
  • 1913 139
  • 1914 145
  • 1915 151
  • 1916 157
  • 1917 163
  • 1918 168
  • 1919 174
  • 1920 180
  • 1921 185
  • 1922 193
  • 1923 201
  • 1924 210
  • 1925 216
  • 1926 222
  • 1927 231
  • 1928 237
  • 1929 242
  • 1930 245
  • 1931 250
  • 1932 255
  • 1933 259
  • 1934 263
  • 1935 267
  • 1936 272
  • 1937 276
  • 1938 279
  • 1939 283
  • 1940 288
  • 1941 291
  • 1942 294
  • 1943 298
  • 1944 302
  • 1945 306
  • 1946 310
  • 1947 315
  • 1948 319
  • 1949 323
  • 1950 326
  • 1951 333
  • 1952 338
  • 1953 342
  • 1954 346
  • 1955 350
  • 1956 354
  • 1956 357
  • 1957 359
  • 1958 363
  • 1959 367
  • 1960 370
  • 1961 373
  • 1962 377
  • 1963 380
  • 1964 383
  • 1965 387
  • 1966 390
  • 1967 393
  • 1968 396
  • 1969 400
  • Index 402
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