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    • Sincerely Yours Thomas Meighan

    • Meighan, Thomas, 1879-1936; Motion Picture Actors and Actresses -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Leading Men (Actors) -- United States; Actors -- New York (State) -- Great Neck
    • Black and white portrait image of actor Thomas Meighan, who lived in Great Neck, and was friends with numerous other well-known residents who lived in Great Neck (film and stage actors, Broadway producers, etc.). Image was likely a...
    • Bronx Opera House

    • Opera houses--New York (N.Y.); Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • A musical farce comedy called "Oh Johnny!" presented in three acts by Louis Isquith and Joseph S. Klein with Helen Shipman and Lorin Raker performing. Additional actors were Marga Waldron, Joseph McCallion, Frances Halliday, James Marshall, John...
    • Ye Olde Timers' Festival

    • Vaudeville; Opera houses; Actors; Biographies
    • Brochure for Ye Old Timers' Festival celebrating the actors of Vaudeville. Biographies include Lottie Gilson, George Primrose, Gus Williams, Ward & Curran, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Thorne, James Thornton, Fox & Ward and Allen & Clark.
    • Actors House

    • World War I
    • Black and white photograph of the actors houses on Camp Upton, NY. The two houses have fenced in lawns with a sign that says Grass. Keep Off. Small bushes line one of the walkways. The closest house has a screened in porch. Reprint from negative.
    • LIGHTS Club Baseball Team 1916

    • Actors; Vaudeville; LIGHTS Club--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of a group of actors inside the LIGHTS Club with a sign advertising their Monster Vaudeville Thursday Aug 19 at the American Theatre. Among those in the picture are: Harry Bulger, Victor Moors, William B. Hodge, Frank...
    • Votes for Women

    • Pianos; Actors; Men; Women; Children; Theaters
    • Black and white photograph of group of actors on stage in a variety of costumes. There is a piano in the orchestra pit.
    • [LIGHTS Club]

    • LIGHTS Club--Freeport (N.Y.); Clubs; Clubhouses; Actors; Vaudeville
    • Black and white photograph of an aerial view of the LIGHTS (Long Island Good Hearted Thespian Society) Club which was established by the actors who lived in Freeport. It was located on the Great South Bay at Fairview and St. Mark's Avenues.
    • [LIGHTS Club]

    • LIGHTS Club--Freeport (N.Y.); Clubhouses; Actors; Vaudeville
    • Black and white photograph of the LIGHTS (Long Island Good Hearted Thespian Society) Club located on Fairview Avenue and Branch Avenue. It was built in 1915-1916 as a clubhouse for the actors' colony in Freeport.
    • [Coakley, Hanvey & Dunlevy]

    • Vaudeville; Comedians; Actors; Coakley, Mike; Freeport (N.Y.)--Actors
    • Black and white photograph of the vaudeville team of Coakley, Hanvey and Dunlevy. The trio usually did their "turn" in blackface. Mike Coakley lived at 65 Nassau Avenue, Freeport, N.Y.
    • [Lights Club]

    • L.I.G.H.T.S. Club--Freeport (N.Y.); Actors; Vaudeville
    • Black and white photograph of the L.I.G.H.T.S. Club located in Freeport at the intersection of Fairview and St. Marks. This was a private club for the actors who lived in Freeport as well as others in show business who were members. It was...
    • [Coakley, Hanvey and Dunlevy]

    • Vaudeville; Comedians; Actors; Coakley, Mike; Freeport (N.Y.)--Actors
    • Black and white photograph of the vaudeville team of Coakley, Hanvey and Dunlevy. The trio usually did their "turn" in blackface. Mike Coakley lived at 65 Nassau Avenue, Freeport, N.Y.
    • [Coakley, Hanvey & Dunlevy]

    • Vaudeville; Comedians; Actors; Coakley, Mike; Freeport (N.Y.)--Actors
    • Black and white photograph of the vaudeville team of Coakley, Hanvey and Dunlevy. The trio usually did their "turn" in blackface. Mike Coakley lived at 65 Nassau Avenue, Freeport, N.Y.
    • Loving wishes for Christmas. A happy New Year

    • Christmas cards; Actors; Wright, Lola; Vaudeville
    • Black and whte postcard which is a Christmas and New Year's card with a picture of Lola Wright superimposed on a bell. Front message: "The thoughts of love are long, long thoughts, But memories sweet are longer; The Bonds of Weath are strong,...
    • [Jack Barnes]

    • Barnes, Jack; Actors; Vaudeville
    • Black and white postcard of Jack Barnes dressed in a musketeer costume as Sir William St. Joe in "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall."
    • Silver Cord

    • Opera houses--New York (N.Y.); Theater programs; Theaters--New York (N.Y.); Playbills; Advertisements; Actors
    • Flyer of Sidney Howard's dramatic play called "The Silver Cord." The three act play is about a selfish mother who attempts to keep her children dependent on her. Performance is by Laura Hope Crews and presented by John Cromwell.
    • English's Opera House Program

    • Opera houses--Indiana--Indianapolis; Theater companies; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors
    • Program for a play entitled "Cheating Cheaters" in four acts written by Max Marcin and produced by A. H. Woods. Performances by James Marlowe, Edouard Durand, Martin L. Alsop, Anne Sutherland, Cathleen Nesbitt, Frank Monroe, Winifred Harris, Gypsy...
    • Geo. M. Cohan's Grand Opera House

    • Opera houses; Music halls; Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians; Costume designers
    • Program for comedic play in four acts written by George M. Cohan and produced by Cohan and Harris called "Broadway Jones." Performances by M. J. Sullivan, George J. Cohan, George Parsons, Ada Gilman, William Walcott, Russell Pincus, Jack Klendon,...
    • B. F. Keith's Palace Theatre

    • Vaudeville; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Program for a Vaudeville music and comedy acts including Joe Laurie, Jr., Charles Morey, Charles Senna and Lew Lee, Herman and Shirley, Mille. Diane, Jan Rubini, "Bee" Palmer, Joe Browning, Kitty Doner, Moss and Frye, Lunette Sisters, and Irving...
    • [Smiling Actor]

    • Actors; Vaudeville
    • Black and white postcard of a smiling young lady bending over a table top. The message on the back: Your baby, Eleanor and is dated Feb. 4. 1912.
    • Blanch Moulton

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Bulletin No. 5, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company in a four act dramatic play by Hall Caine called “The Christian” produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Mr. Hamlin, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Hyman, Miss Mueller, Mr....
    • [Jack Barnes]

    • Barnes, Jack; Actors; Vaudeville
    • Black and white postcard of Jack Barnes posing in a Civil War costume holding a flag in his right hand and a saber in left.
    • Frank Sylvester

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians; Costume designers
    • Bulletin No. 4, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company performing a play in four acts by Charles Klein called “The Third Degree” produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Mr. Noa, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Hyman, Miss Fowler, Mr. Barbier,...
    • Brenda Fowler

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians; Costume designers
    • Bulletin No. 3, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company performing a play in four acts by Winchell Smith called “Bobby Burnit” and produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Mr. Hamlin, Miss Mueller, Mr. Donlan, Mr. Barbier, Mr....
    • Freeport Amateur Dramatic Association

    • Theaters; Actors; Musicians
    • The Freeport Amateur Dramatic Association presented T. S. Arthur’s drama “Ten nights in a bar room”. The cast included: Mr. N. B. Mulliner, Mr. J. M. Vincent, Mr. Thomas A. Smith, Mr. John Raynor, Mr. Oliver J. Smith, Mr. Platt Conklin, Mr....
    • George Barbier

    • Theater companies; Theater programs; Playbills; Advertisements; Actors; Musicians
    • Bulletin No. 6, Vol. IV for the Princess Stock Company in a three act comedic play by Augustus Thomas called “On the Quiet” produced by Elbert & Getchell. Cast in order of appearance: Miss Horne, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Noa, Mr. Hayden, Miss Fowler, Mr....
    • Hennepin Junior Orpheum Circuit

    • Vaudeville; Motion picture plays; Theater programs; Playbills; Actors
    • The Hennepin billed as the northwest’s largest and finest place of amusement. Program for the week of May 21, 1922 showcased Gladys Buckridge, Billy Casey and the Trado Twins in “Ornamental Song Bits”. Additional acts included Shriner &...

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