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At Mrs. Beam's; a comedy çin 3 acts, written. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1923;

by C. K. Munro. London, W. Collins D 65347; William Everett Porter, sons & co., ltd. (1923) 183 p. 12mo. Washington.

28803 © May 17, 1923; 1 c. June 6; D 65467; C. K. Munro, London. 28794 Board (The) investigates; a drama in

1 act, by R. H. Cole. 2 p. 1., 18 p. Bankrupt; a play in 1 act, by M. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Sept. 15,

McCusker. 2 p. 1., 43 p. 4to. Type- 1923; D 65491; Ruth Haggin Cole, written. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1923; D Douglas, Ariz.

28804 65357; Max McCusker, Yaak, Mont.

28795 Bound or free; and, The wizard of Barbara; a romance with music in 2

words; [two plays in 1 act each) by

Catherine Turner Bryce. Boston, acts and 3 scenes, book by F.

The Atlantic monthly press (1922) Pulsifer and H. M. Webster, music

12mo. © Dec. 6, 1922; 2 c. and lyrics by F. Pulsifer. [107, p. 4to. Typewritten. [Words only)

May 10, 1923; aff. May 7; A 706929;

Atlantic monthly press, Boston. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1923; D 65254; Fay

28805 Pulsifer, Darien, Conn., and Harry McRae Webster, Monmouth Beach,

Boy (A) loved a girl; a comedy playlet 28796

of youth in 1 act, by L. Clemens. 2 p. l., Barren (The) promise; a tragedy in 2

17 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Sept. scenes, by I. Sokoloff. 12 p. fol. 10, 1923; D 65449; Le Roy Clemens, Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1923;

New York.

28806 D 65266; Ivan Sokoloff, Chicago.

28797

Brains; a play in 4 acts, by J. Mac

Donagh. 57 p. 4to. Typewritten. © Before dawn; a play in 2 acts, 8 scenes, 1 c. Aug. 17, 1923; D 65280; John

by Raymond C. Hill and M. H. MacDonagh, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Gropper. [1131 p. 4to. Typewritten.

28807 © 1c. Aug. 2, 1923; D 65184; Milton Herbert Gropper, Brooklyn. 28798 Bridal (The) shop; a musical comedy in

2 acts, by C. A. Ekerman. [18] p. Benedict Arnold; a drama of the

4to. Typewritten. Words onlyi © American revolution in 3 acts and a

1 c. July 20, 1923; D 65175; Carl Alprelude, by E. Emerson. 153 p. 4to.

fred Ekerman, Everett, Mass. 28808 Typewritten._© 1 c. Aug. 18, 1923;

© D 65289; Edwin Emerson, New

Bride (The) of Bagdad; ta play in 5 York.

28799

acts) by A. Bard. 64 p. 24mo. Printed. (Benedict de Spinoza; tragedy in 4 acts,

© Aug. 15, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 4; D by H. Krachmalkovi

65392; Andreas Bard, Kansas City, Mo.

28809

גרויסער איד כרוך שפינאַזאן דער טראגעדיע אין 4 אקמען, פון הערמאן קראכמאלניקאַוז בן ארס.

Bridge (The) builders; a play in 4 acts,

by K. M. Burke. 1 p. l., 59 p. fol. Typewritten. © 1 c. July 11, 1923;

D65115; Katherine M. Burke, New 1 p. 1., 53 p. 4to. Typewritten. ©

York.

28810 1 c. Aug. 4, 1923; D 65194; Harry Krachmalkov, Brooklyn. 28800

Bridge (A) party; a play in 1 act, by Beware of women; a play in 1 act, by

P. G. Smith. (31 p. 4to. Typewritten. P. Byron. 2 p. 1., 22 p. 4to. Type

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1923; D 65430; Paul written. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1923; D

Gerard Smith, inc., New York. 28811 65433; Paul Byron, New York.

28801

Bringing them on; comic sketch in 1 act,

by C. George. 1 p. l., 3 p. 4to. TypeBlue (The) stocking; a whimsical written. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1923; D

comedy, in 3 acts, by R. H. Gibbons. 65503; Crosby George, New York. 188, p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c.

28812 Sept. 10, 1923, D 65448; Robert Brotherly_love; a farce in 2 scenes, by Hume-Gibbons, New York.

C. H. Pool, jr. 18 p. 4to. MimeoBluffing by; an American comedy in 3 graphed. © Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. Aug.

. acts by Wep Porter ii. e. W. E. 14; D 65252; Charles Henry Pool, jr., Porteri 6 p. l., 80 p. 4to. 4to. Type- San Francisco.

28813 no. 8, 1923

28833

דיא באקעטיערס; אַדער, עהרליכע גנבים, קאַמעדיע אין 3 אקטען, פּון מ. גאלדבערג.

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Co,. 1923.

Bucketeers (The); or, Honest thieves, 44 p. 8vo.

8vo. © June 27, 1922; 2 c. comedy in 3 acts, by M. Goldberg. Nov. 27; D 65328; Katherine Minta

Garner, Newark, England. 28824 Clive; a drama of the beginning of

British rule in India, by G. L. Steinmetz.

2 p. 1., 57 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. 177, p. 4to. Ms. © 1 c. Aug. 15,

Sept. 8, 1923; D 65439; Geraldine 1923; D 65260; Michael Goldberg,

Lenington Steinmetz, New York.

28825 Spring Glen, N. Y.

28814

Clock (The) ticks on; the ending of a Bunch (A) of keys; a comedy-drama rin

drama in 1 scene, by W. H. Russell. 3 acts) by Sara Henderson. Lebanon, O., March brothers (1923) 41 p. 12mo.

3 p. l., 8 p. 4to. Typewritten. ©

1 c. Aug. 23, 1923; D 65318; William © Sept. 12, 1923; 2 c. Sept 17; D

28826 65499; March bros., Lebanon, O.

Henry Russell, Baltimore. 28815

Closing (The) of Callahan's; a 1-act Call (The) of life; a play in 3 acts, by

play in 2 scenes, by S. Robert Wyckoff. R. F. Nowak. 1 p. l., 79 p. 4to.

26 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Sept.

5, 1923; D 65397; Samuel Ryckoff, Typewritten. © 1 c. July 30, 1923;

Brooklyn.

28827 D 65151; Rudolph Frederic Nowak, San Luis Obispo, Calif.

28816 Cloud (The) that lifted; and, The power Canvas (The) kissers; a play in 3 scenes,

of the dead; [two plays) by Maurice

Maeterlinck, tr. by F. M. Atkinson. by B. Burke and A. C. O'Dea. (15)

New York and London, The Century 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug.

5 p. I., 5–354 p. 12mo. 7, 1923; D 65207; Billie Burke and A.

© Aug. 31, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 7; aff. C. O'Dea, Rockville Centre, N. Y.

28817

Sept. 8; A 711783; Century co., New
York.

28828 Case (A) of lese majesty; a better

Club (The) woman versus the critic; speech play rin 1 act, by Dora V. Smith and others, Lebanon, O., March

a play in 1 act, by E. Pastorius. 3 p. l., brothers (1923)

12mo. ©

6 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. July

27, 1923; D65275; Ethel Pastorius, Sept. 10, 1923; 2 c. Sept 13; D 65470;

Allentown, Pa.

28829 March bros., Lebanon, O. 28818

College (The) of crime; a satire-comedy Casting the stone; a play in 3 acts, by J.

in 3 acts, by K. E. Roberts. 5 p. I., 58 A. Kelly. 1941 p. 4to. Typewritten.

p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 15, © 1 c. July 16, 1923; D 65145; James A. Kelly, Brooklyn.

28819

1923; D 65258 ; Katharine Eggleston Roberts, Chicago.

28830 Cave (The) man; a comedy in 1 act, by Color-blind; a comedy drama in 3 acts, J. K. Stafford. 12 p.

4to. Type

by N. L. Daugherty. 101, p. 4to. written. © 1 c. July 30, 1923; D

Typewritten. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1923; 65277; John Kendrick Stafford, Troy, N. Y.

D 65505; Nancy Lauriene Daugherty, 28820 Kittanning, Pa.

28831 Chance (The); a play in 3 acts, by C.

Columbus and Isabella; a romantic Andrews. (1201 p. 4to. Typewritten.

drama in 10 scenes, by E. M. Feuer© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1923; D 65183; Charlton

licht. 2
2 p. l., 53 p. 4to.

TypeAndrews, Brookville, Ind. 28821

written. © 1 c. July 9, 1923; D Charge accounts; comedy-vaudeville act,

65116; Ethel Miriam Feuerlicht, by A. Irish. 1 p. I., 24 p. 4to. Type

Rockaway Park, L. I., N. Y. 28832 written. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1923; D 65466; Ann Irish, New York. 28822

Come-back (The); a 1-act play, by V.
J. Klammer.

4to." TypeCitizens; a 1 act play, by Laura Clayton written. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1923; D

King. 1 p. l., 28 p. 4to. Typewritten. 65447; Val J. Klammer, Philadelphia. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1923; D 65379; Laura

28833 King, Tannersville, N. Y. 28823

Compagnacci (I); libretto in 1 atto, Clipped wings; a comedy in 3 acts by di Giovacchino Forzano, per la

K. M. Garner) (London) The Lon- musica del maestro Primo Riccitelli. don association for the blind (1922) Milano, Casa musicale Sonzogno,

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(34) p.

Compagnacci-Continued.

Cuntenti e gabbati; commedia in 3 1923. 47 p. 12mo. (Libretto only)

atti, di Angelo Capizzi. 1 p. l., 44 p. © July 25, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 21;

4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Sept. 4, D 65302: Società anonima del teatro

1923; D 65391; Giuseppe Borruso, lirico italiano, Milan.

28834
New York.

28844

Cupboard (The); a play in 1 act, by Concert (Un) chez les fous; drame en 3 actes, de A. de Lorde et C. Foley.

August Wiesbeck, tr. by C. R. Carns. illus. 13 instalments] (In

9 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. Les

25, 1923; D 65341; Carrie R. Carns, Annales, no. 2091–2093, 22 juillet

New York.

28845 5 août, 1923) © July 22, 29, Aug. 5, 1923; 1 c. each, Sept. 6; D 65407; Dad gives in; a comedy in 3 acts, by André de Lorde et Charles Foley, H. C. Baker. [177] P. fol. TypeParis.

28835 written. 1 c. Sept. 13, 1923;

D 65482; Henry Charles Baker, Confidence (The) game; a 1 act vaude- Chicago.

28846 ville sketch, by H. G. Hawn. 1 p. l., 6 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. | Dance mad; the dancing musical 7, 1923; D 65205; Henry Gaines comedy in 2 acts, book by Tom JohnHawn, New York.

28836 stone.

4to. Typewritten.

Words only) © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; Contraband; a dramatic episode, by E.

D 65305; Thomas Arthur Johnstone, H. Rupert. 3 p. l., 20 p. 4to.' Type- East Orange, N. J.

28847 written. © ©_1 c. July 24, 1923; D 65113; Everett Henry 'Rupert, Daughter (The) of a scientist; a play Brooklyn.

28837

in 3 acts, by Bert Rudolph. 5 p. l.,

99 p. fol. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. Cook's parlor tour; a play in 1 act, by

31, 1923; D 65378; Bert Alexander P. G. Smith. 6 p. 4to. Typewritten.

Rudolph, San Jose, Calif. 28848 © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1923; D 65331; Paul Gerard Smith, inc., New York.

Daughter (A) of old Spain and other

plays; by W. J. Weir. v. 2. San 28838

Francisco, John Kitchen jr. co., 1923.

248 p. 12mo. Contents: A daughter Cousin Cornelia; a play in 3 acts, by of old Spain. -Nell's missing dad.-Ethel Fairmont i. e. E. F. Beebej

Change of residence.—Love and and R. Newhall. (122) p. 4to. Type- revolution.-Befriending the enemy. written. © 1 C. Aug. 13, 1923;

© Aug. 23, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Sept. D 65327; Ethel Fairmont Beebe and

4; A 711756; William John Weir, Roberts Newhall, Cincinnati. 28839

New York.

28848* Criminal (The); a play in 4 acts, by Dearly beloved; a coast to coast flight

E. M. Shorey. 2 p. I., 57 p. 4to. from matrimony with 2 stops for gas Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1923;

13 actsby Ruth Cross and D. WalD 65298; Ethel May Shorey, East

lace. [156] p. 4to. Typewritten. © Lynn, Mass.

28840

1 c. Aug. 7, 1923; D 65209; David Wallace, New York,

28849 Crimson polyanthus; a song at evening Destroyer of women himself destroyed; in 1 canto, by W. H. Russell. 17 p.

a great modern drama in 3 acts, by 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1923; D 65322; William Henry

H. Lindner. 43 p. fol. Typewritten.

© 1 c. July 25, 1923; D 65125; Henry Russell, Baltimore.

28841

Lindner, East Orange, N. J. 28850 Cruising (The) cheater; a 3 act drama, Destruction; society drama in 3 acts,

by Thomas Phillips. 171, p. 4to. by E. T. Summers. [67] P. fol. Typewritten. © 1°c. Aug. 14, 1923; Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1923; D 65456; Thomas Alexander Hedley D 65486; Mrs. Emoise Thomas SumPhillips, Los Angeles.

28842

mers, Jacksonville, Fla. 28851 Cry (The) of Lone Eagle; a play in Devil's (The) wife; or, Inferno, a

3 acts, by Angela Cournoyer Fiske fanciful, diabolical_tragi-comedy in [i. e.

Mrs. Frank Bennett Fiskej 3 acts, by George P. Gordel_cpseud. 6 p. l., 32 p. 4to. Typewritten. © of C. H. Schumann) and Richard 1 c. July 30, 1923; D 65153; Mrs. F. Prel ipseud. of J. Preleuthneri 8 p. l., B. Fiske, Fort Yates, N. D. 28843

illus., diagrs. 4to. Type

151 P.

no. 8, 1923

28871

written. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1923; D Dramatyshe shryften; fun Sholom 65364; Charles H. Schumann and ;

Asch.bd. I-IV) Julius Preleuthner, New York.

28852

דראמאטישע שריפטען; פון שלום אש. באנר 4-1.

34 p.

4 p.

Dillon's dilemma; a comedy-sketch in 2 acts, by T. D’A. Corrigan. 4 p. l.,

(New York, Sholom Asch committee 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c.

1922. 4 v. 8vo. © Dec. 30, 1922; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1923; D 65465; Thomas each Apr. 26, 1923; D 65063–65066; D'Arcy Corrigan, Buffalo. 28853

Sholom Asch, New York.

28862, 28863 Dishing out the dirt; a play in 1 act, Easter eggs; an Easter playlet çin 1 act]

by W. F. Dugan. 5 p. 4to. Type- by Sara Henderson. Lebanon, O., written. © °1 c. July 24, 1923;

March bros. (1923) 12 p. illus. 12mo. D 65112; William Francis Dugan,

© Sept. 12, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 17; D New York.

28854
65498; March bros., Lebanon, O.

28864 Doc Pusey; a comedy in 3 acts, by L.

B. Ely. 2 p. l., 1391 p. 4to.' Type-| Eirene; a dramatic abnormality in 1 act, written. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1923; D

by W. H. Russell. 3 p. 1., 36 p. 4to. 65292; Lewis B. Ely, St. Louis. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1923;

28855 D 65323; William Henry Russell, Baltimore.

28865 Dolly has the flu; a playlet for a very

Endimione; poema drammatico in 3 atti little boy and a very little girl in 1

dij Sibilla Aleramo. Roma, Alberto act) by Sara Henderson. Lebanon, O.,

Stock, 1923. 104 p. 12mo. © June 1, March brothers (1923)

12mo.

1923; 1 c. June 29; A-Foreign 22778; © Sept. 12, 1923; 2 c. Sept. 17; D

Alberto Stock-editore, Rome. 28865* 65494; March bros., Lebanon, 0.

28856 Enduring temples; a modern American

play in a prologue and 3 acts, by ConDon Pasquale; opera buffa in 3 acts;

rad Westervelt i. e. G. C. West[music by G. Donizetti, a new tr. by

ervelt. 2 p. l., 115 p.
]

4to. TypeH. 0. Osgood. 1 p. l., 49 p. 4to. written. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1923; D Typewritten. Words only) © 1 c.

65257; George Conrad Westervelt, July 31, 1923; D 65193; William Wade Philadelphia

28866 Hinshaw, New York.

28857

Entr'acte; a play in 1 act, by 0. Lesh.

2 p. l., 10 p. 4to. Typewritten. © Dope; a drama in 3 acts of 9 scenes,

1 c. Aug. 31, 1923; D 65381; Olga by H. Lieb.

4to. Type

Lesh, Newton Centre, Mass. 28867 written. © 1 c. July 20, 1923; D 65178; Hermann Lieb, Yonkers, N. Y. Epsteins witwe; lustspiel in 3 akten, von

28858 Emil und Arnold Golz. Wien, Otto

Eirich, 1923. cover-title, 85 p. 16mo. Dorine und der zufall; lustspiel mit musik

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1923; D 65423; Otto in 3 akten, von Fritz Grünbaum und Eirich, Vienna.

28868 Wilhelm Sterk, musik von Jean Gil- Erste (Die) nacht; musikalischer bert (pseud. of Max Winterfeld, Re

schwank in 3 akten, von Erich Urban giebuch. Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Rondo- und Hans H. Zerlett, musik von Hugo verlag, 1922. 56 p. 8vo. © 1 c.

Hirsch. Regiebuch. Berlin-WilmersJuly 10, 1923; D 65014; Rondo-verlag, dorf, Rondo-verlag, 1922. 63

p. Berlin.

28859

diagrs. 8vo. © 1 c. July 10, 1923; D

65017; Rondo-verlag, Berlin. 28869 Double (The) mystery; a Catholic mys

Esclave (L') errante; pièce en 3 actes, tery play in 3 acts, by J. P. Brentano. 3 p. l., 46 p. 4to. Typewritten. ©

et 6 tableaux, de H. Kistemaeckers.

(133) p. 1 c. Sept. 14, 1923; D 65484; Joseph

4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. P. Brentano, Brooklyn.

28860

Sept. 6, 1923; D 65409; Henry Kistemaeckers, Paris.

28870 Drama (A) of Arizona; a play in 1 act, Eulalia; a play in 3 acts and 4 scenes,

by J. Haynian. 1 p. l., 7 p. 4to. by Mary Stricker. 47 p. 4to. TypeTypewritten. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1923; written. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1923; D D 65415; Joe Hayman, New York. 65395; Mary Hamman Stricker, Hous28861 ton.

28871

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28872

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Evening's (The) just begun; comedy in Fighting back; a comedy-drama of the

3 acts by W. A. Manheimer. 38 p. prize ring, dramatized from an H. C. fol. Typewritten. © 1 c. July 30, Witwer story by R. E. Larkin. (89) p. 1923; D 65152; Wallace A. Man- 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Sept. 13, heimer, New York.

28872 1923; D 65478; Robert Emmet Larkin, New York.

28882 Exalting (The) fire; comedy drama in 4

acts, 6 scenes, by J. O'Connell. © 1 c. Final (The) test; a romantic comedyAug. 4, 1923; D 65187; James O'Con- drama in 4 acts, by M. S. Sinclair. nell, New York.

28873 [111] p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c.

Aug. 11, 1923; D 65464; Mary SherFahnen; ein dramatischer roman rin wood Sinclair, Los Angeles. 28883

einem vorspiel und 3 akten, vonj Alfons Paquet. München, Drei masken First (The) baby; a farce in 3 acts, verlag (1923] 123, [l] p. 8vo. © Jan, by S. Stone and E. M. Crane. 29, 1923; 1 c. Sept. 4; D 65419; Drei (1471 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. masken verlag, Munich.

28874 Aug. 23, 1923; D 65325; Sydney

Stone and Eleanor Maude Crane, , Fame; vaudeville act in 1 scene, by C. New York.

28884 Dunham. 1 p. l., 12 p. 4to. Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1923; D Fly (The) gal and the dumb cop; a 65206; Curtis Dunham, New York. play in 1 act, by R. Lee and D.

28875 Wright. 3 p. 4to. Typewritten.

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1923; D 65311; Fantasia (A) in G(olf); in 5 scenes, Russell Lee and Daisy Wright, East from a story by Sam Hellman entitled

St. Louis, Ill.

28885 A twosome in Tuara, dramatization by M. Leonard. 1 p. l., 14 p. 4to. Fool's gold; a comedy in 3 acts, by Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1923; W. C. Parker. 121 p. 4to. TypeD 65264; Martia Leonard, Mount written. © 1 c. July 20, 1923; D Kisco, N. Y.

28876 65118; Walter Coleman Parker, New York.

28886 Farm and society life; a play in 3 acts,

by F. R. McKean. (13) p. 4to. Type- For brides only; a comedy in 3_acts, written. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1923; D

by T. Dalton. [131] p. 4to. Type65312; Frank R. McKean, Halethorp,

written. © 1 c. July 25, 1923; Md. 28877 D 65124; Test Dalton, New York,

28887 Faschingskavalier (Der); operette in 3

For the love of Pete; a play in 3 akten, text von Georg La Tour-Albrecht und Otto Wehner, musik von

scenes, by P. G. Smith. 14 p. 4to. Paul Stumpf. Soufflier- und regiebuch.

Typewritten. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1923; Berlin - Wilmersdorf, Rondo - verlag,

D 65330; Paul Gerard Smith, inc.,
New York.

28888 1922. 80 p. diagrs. 8vo. © 1 c. July 10, 1923; D 65013; Rondo-verlag, Ber- Four-leaf clover; a drama in 3 acts, lin. 28878 by A. Rockmore. 1 p. 1.

, 67 p. 4to.

Typewritten. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1923; Father's affair; a play in 4 acts, by J. W. D 65385; Abraham Rockmore, Warfel. 1971 p. 4to. Typewritten. ©

Brooklyn.

28889 1 c. Aug. 18, 1923; D 65291; John William Warfel, Oakland, Calif.

Friend (A) and neighbor; a Modern 28879 woodman of America play in 3

[

scenes] by Charles Elbert Whelan. Fertile soil; a play in 3 acts by E. M. Rock Island, Ill., Modern woodmen U.-Angeles, tr. from the Lithuanian of America, 1923; 27 p.

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nar. 16mo. by the author. [132] p. 4to. Type- © May 15, 1923; 2 c. and aff. June 2; written. © Aug. 17, 1923; D 65281; A 708710; Modern woodmen of Ella Margaret Usell-Angeles, New America, Rock Island, Ill. 28890 York.

28880

Friendly enemies; a play in 3 acts byi Fiamminga (La); tragedia lirica in 1 Samuel Shipman and Aaron Hoff

atto, di Alberto Donaudy, per la man. New York, S. French; London, musica di Stefano Donaudy. Milano S. French, Itd., 1923. 3 p. I., 5–99 p., [etc., etc.] G. Ricordi e c. [1923] plates. 12mo. (French's standard 40 p. 12mo. Libretto only) © Aug. library ed.)) © Aug. 1, 1923; 2 c. 16, 1923; 1 c. Aug. 17; D 65301; G. Aug. 21 ; D 65299; Samuel French, Ricordi & co., Milan. 28881 New York.

28891

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