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SUJET (Ux) DE ROMAN; pièce en 4 | TEATRO [DI] ALESSANDRO V'ARAI,DO; I, II. actes, idej S. Guitry. 16 p.

16 p. illus. Milano, Casa editrice Sonzogno 11923] (incl. port.)

4to. (Petite illustra- 2 v. 12mo. Contents: I. L'altalena; tion, n. s. no. 89, 10 fevr., 1923) commedia in 3 atti. Il medico delle

10443 anime; commedia in 3 atti. Un marito © Feb. 10, 1923; 1 c. Mar. 12;

innamorato; commedia in 3 atti.--II. D 63910; Sacha Guitry, Paris.

Laconquista di Fiametta ; commedia in

4 atti. L'amanti del sole; dramına in SUSPICIOX; a mystery drama in 3 acts, 4 atti. Appassionatamente; coinn:edia by G. Appell and W. Dryden. (128 ) in 3 atti.

10152, 10453 p. 4to. Typewritten.

10444

© Jan. 18, 1923; 1 c. each Var. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1923; D 64023; 26; D 61035, 61036; Alessandro VaGeorge Appell and Wheeler Dryden, raldo, Milan. Los Angeles.

THÉÂTRE COMPLET DE BRIEUX.

t. 4. SWEET Rosie O'Grady; a bit of a play,

Paris, Librairie Stock, 1922. 3 p. I., in 1 act, by M. Ott. 1 p. l., 35 p. 4to.

133-363 P., 1 l. 12ing. Contents: Typewritten.

10415

L'engrenage, comédie en 3 actes.© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1923; D 63136;

Les remplacantes, pièce en 3 actes.Matthew Ott, Boston.

Maternité, piece en 3 actes. 10453* SYLVIA; a new American comedy in 3

© Dec. 30, 1922: 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; acts, by L. Osmun.

[130p.

4to. A-Foreign 21824; Delamain, BoutelTypewritten.

10446 leau & co., Paris. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1923; D 61247;

THÉÂTRE COMPLET; ide Edmond Sée. Leighton Osmun, Vladison, N. J.

I. Paris, Ernest Flammarion, 11923) SYSTEM; a comedy in 2 acts, hy G. W. C.

12mo. Cortents: La brebis ; Hill. 2 p. I., 67 p. 8vo. Typewritten.

comédie en 2 actes.--L'indiscret; 10117 comédie en 3 actes.

10453** 1 c. Jar. 12, 1923; D 63932; © Feb. 15, 1923: 1 c llar. 3; AGeorge Wilson Crockett Hill, New Foreign 21952; Ernest Famarion, Britain, Conn.

Paris

282 p.

358 p.

TABLEAUX WITH WORDS FROM THE OLD THÉÂTRE COMPLET (DE ROUX COOLUS;

TESTAMENT: by S. R. Varsh. 12 p. Ipseud. de Vax René Weill; it. 31
fol. Typewritten. Contents: Hagar.- Paris, Albin Michel (1922
Pharaoh's daughter.-Ruth.—The child 12mo. Contents: Les lleus di
Samuel.-The witch of Endor.-The l'amour. Les roses rouges. 10153***
wise woman.-King David and Bath-

© Dec. 16, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1923; Sheba.

10418

1-Foreign 21790); Albini Michel, O 1 c. Var. 19, 1923; D 63986; Paris. Susan R. Varsh, lluncie, Ind.

TEX MINUTIS BY THE (LACK; and three TIXTRUMS; a comedy in 1 act, by Mark

other plays, for out-door and in-door Reed. 16 p. 4to. Typewritten.

production, by Alice C. D. Riley, with 10419

an introduction and general rotes on © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; D) 61003; production, by Cora Ve Patten. New Mark White Reed, Waterbury, Conn. York, G. H. Doran company 1923 T1xZGRÖFIX (DIE); operette in 3 akten,

xi p., 21., 17-216 p. 12mo. Contents:

Ten minutes by the clock.-- The poet's von Leopold Jacobson und Robert Bodanzky, musik von Robert Stolz.

well.- Tom Piper auri the rig.- The Regiebuch. Berlin, Drei masken-ver

blue prince.

144453**** lag, a. g., 1921. 73 1., diagrs. 8vo.

© Mar. 23, 1923; 2 c. ard aff. l!ar. 10450

30; 4 696964; George H. Doran co.,

New York.
© July 4, 1922; 1 c. Sept. 15;
D 64253; Drei masken-verlag, a.-9.,

THERE ARE YONE SO DEAF AS THOSE WHO
Berlin.

Wox'T Hear; a play for children, in TARIS LAXIER: or,

; or, The contract, a 2 scenes, by J. F. Goodman. 14 p. 4to. drama in 3 acts, by S. Bler: 1 p. 1.. Typewritten

10454 120 p. 4to: Typewritten. 10151

© 1 c. Mar, 23, 1923; D 64029; ; 1 c. Apr. 20, 1921; D 57457; James Franklin

Franklin Goodlinani,

Goodanan, Kansas Selina Bley, Demopolis, Ala.

City:

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no. 4, 1923

10470

THOSE DREADFUL VITY-MINES. See Bob- by Fred Walton Wolfi. Indianapolis,

.

, bie (The) Bennett plays for children. Ind., Meigs publishing company, 1923.

20 p. diagr. 8vo.

10462 THREE AND THE MAX; a satiric love play

© Feb. 1, 1923; 2 c. and aff. Mar. in 3 acts, tr. and adapted from the Polish of Gabrielle Zapolska, by Mark

1; A 700599; Meigs pub. co., IndianSchweid and Samuel S. Grossman.

apolis. 1 p. l., 48 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10455

TRUTHFUT, BETTY; a Cape Cod comedy © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1923; D 64001; in 1 act, by G. L. Salisbury, jr. 1 p. Samuel S. Grossman, New York.

l., 7 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10463

© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923; D 63939; THREE PEOPLE; a play in 1 act, by F. R. Solger. 2 p. l., 12 p. 4to. Type

George L. Salisbury, jr., Wickford,

R. I. written.

10456 © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1923; D 63914; TRYING 'EM OUT; a skit for 2 characters Frederick Reinhold Solger, New York. in 1 act, by M. E. Perry. 1 p. I., 9 p.

4to. Typewritten.

10464 “THREE THOUSAND YEARS AGO; 1-act drama of the present day, by Gertrude

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1923; D 64182; Purcell. 2 p. l., 19 p. 4to. Type

Mary Ella Perry, New York. written.

10457

TURN ABOUT IS FAIR PLAY; or, The © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923; D 63942; padre of Pine Tree Gulch, a retransGertrude Marie Purcell, New York. fer of dramatic technics, in 1 act, by

G. F. Platt. 1 p. l., 18 p. 4to. TypeTHRICE-PROMISED (THE) BRIDE: a play written.

10465 in 1 act, by Cheng-Chin Hsiung. 26 p. 4to. Typewritten.

10458

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; D 61032;

George Foster Platt, Hollywood, Calif. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; D 64101; Carolina playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, TUT-EN-KHAJUN'S BRIDE; an Egyptian N. C.

romance, vaudeville sketch in 2 scenes,

by S. S. Grossman. 2 p. 1., 10 p. THUMBNAIL, CAMEOS. See Press clip

4to. Typewritten.

10466 pings.

© 1 c. Apr. 11, 1923; D 64197; TO THE LADIES. See Contemporary

Samuel Grossman, Dorchester, American plays.

Wass. TOJ PIPER AND TIIE PIG. Sec Ten

TUT-TUT; a burlesque in 1 act, by R. ininutes by the clock.

Cumming. 1 p. l., 10 p. 4to. Typewritten.

10467 Tong (TIE) WR; Chinese melodramatic

© 1 c. Apr. 11, 1923; D 64180; vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by A. Gever.

Ruth Cumming, New York. 1 p. 1., 18 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10459 © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1923; D 61188 ;

TWENTY MINUTES TO BOIL; a play in 1 Albert Geyer, Los Angeles.

act, by J[inta Durfee ii. e. lI. D.

Arbuckle; 15 p. 4to. Typewritten. TRAGEDY (THE) OF JAS; a dramatic

10168 allegory, adapted from Imre Vadách's

@ 1 c. Jar. 12, 1923; D 63929; masterpiece, by F. F. Weiss, English Minta Durfee Arbuckle, New York. revision by Sarah Foss Wolverton, versification by Ellen Stata Taylor. TWO BY TWC. Suc Among those present. 1771 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10160

TWO FELLOWS AND A GIRI. ; a comedy in © 1 c. Apr. 1-1, 1923; D 64200 ; Feri Felix Weiss, Silver Lake, Mass.

3 acts, by V. Lawrence and G. M.

Cohan. 1154; p. 4to. Typewritten. TRANSFUSIOX; (a play in 11 scenes: by

10169 W. W. Davies. Louisville, Ky., J. P. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1923; D 64161; VinMorton & company, inc., 1923. 56 p. cent Lawrence and George VI. Cohan, 4to.

10461 New York. © Apr. 16, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 19; D 64238; William Watkins Davies,

Two of A KIXD; a comedy sketch in 1 Louisville.

act, by Edmund Darby ri. e. A. E.

Darhyi 1 p. I., 8 p. 4to. Typewritten. "TRIUMPH (THE) OF LOVE; a pageant of

10470 the death and resurrection of Our © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1923; D 64216; Lord in 3 acts, prologue and epilogue Alfred Edmund Darby, New York.

S.

10471

pt. 1, n. s., v. 20

8vo.

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UNDER ONE ROOF; a play in 3 acts, by © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; D 64090;

Thyrza J. Prosser, plot suggested by Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich. Clou d'Argent. 179, p. 4to. Typewritten.

10471 | Ville (LA): 3 actes en vers, de H.

Vincent. Pierrefonds, Maurice Vesque, © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; D 64074;

imprimeur (1923) 5 p. l., 13–224 p. Jean Sweet White, New York.

10481 UNDERC U'RRENTS; a play in 4 acts, by © Mar. 8, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 16; D Julie Fay Shipman.

4to. 64211; Henri Vincent, Pierrefonds ;

, : Typewritten.

10472 (Oise), France. © 1 c. Var. 26, 1923; D 64046; Mrs. Herbert Shipman, New York.

WANDA, CHILD OF FATE; a play in 4

acts, by M. G. Cockey. 2 p. I., 68 p. UXXECESSARY THINGS; a play in 1 act,

4to. Typewritten.

10482 by Robert Blanton. 2 p. 1., 31 p. 8vo. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1923; D 64179; Typewritten.

10473 Mona G. Cockey, Laurel, Md. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1923; D. 64043; | WANTED, A DANCER. See Mirette. Robert Girvin Blanton, jr., Richmond. UPSTART (THE) NOBLEMAN; a play in

WASHINGTON, D. C.; play in 4 acts. 3 acts with an intermezzo, dancing

preceded by an episode, by H. G. Donmusic and pantomime, based on a play

nelly. (115) p. 4to. Typewritten.

10483 by Jean Baptiste Molière, tr. and adapted by J. J. Robbins. 1 p. I.,

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1923; D 63983; 123 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10474

H. Grattan Donnelly, Plymouth,

Mass. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; D 64073; John J. Robbins, New York.

WASHINGTON (THE) REVUE; a playlet

for boys, in 3 acts, by C. S. Flood. VENDETTA (UXA) INASPETTATA ; dramma

10484

(29) p. 4to. Typewritten. in 3 atti, di G. Salerno. [161 p. 8vo. Typewritten.

10475

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1923; D 64016;

Charlotte Scothan Flood, Cleveland. © 1 c. llar. 19, 1923; D 64021; Gaetano Salerno, Binnewater, N. Y. WASP (The) See One act plays, by

THE

Essex Dane. VERY BRIGHT GREEN; a comedy in 3 acts,

by P. Sheffield. 1877 p. fol. Type- | WAY (The) OF LIFE; dramatic comwritten.

10476 position, by H. V. Crawford. 22 p. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1923; D 64034;

fol. Typewritten. .

10485 Philip Sheffield, New York.

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1923; D 64220;

Helen Virginia Crawford, Lebanon, Vieux (LES); comédie dramatique en Or.

1 acte, de M. Osso. 2 p. 1., 36, (1) p. 4to. Typewritten.

10477 | WHAT'S SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE; a do

mestic comedy in 3 acts, by H. Kal© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1923; D 64105; Mathilde Osso, Paris.

manowitz, tr. by Joseph I. Tanzman.

1 p. l., 68 p. 4to. Typewritten, VIKING (THE); a sketch in 6 scenes.

10486 2 p. 1., 52 p. Typewritten. 10478 © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1923; D 64081; © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; D 63966 ;

Harry Kalmanowitz, Brooklyn. Mary Hoyt Wiborg, New York.

WHEY DO WE EAT? a comedy in 1 act, VILLAGE (THE) OF UNKNOWXS; or,

by V. Echard. 2 p. l., 22 p. fol. Rose of the Pyrenees, a play in 4

Typewritten

10487 acts, by G. C. and M. C. Turner. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1923; D 64067; 3 p. l., 48 p. 4to. Typewritten. Margaret Echard, Kansas City, Mo.

10479 © 1 c. Mar. 29. 1923; D 64077; WHEN THE WHIRIWIND BLOWS. See George Chittenden Turner and Made- One act plays, by Essex Dane. leine Chittenden Turner, Forest Hills, N. Y.

WHEN YOUTH COMES BACK; a play in

4 acts, by A. J. Sack. 2 p. l., 94 p. VILLAGE (THE) POSTMASTER ; a play in

4to. Typewritten.

10488 1 act, by F. J. Beaman. 1 p. 1., 13 p. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1923; D 64118; 4to. Typewritten.

10480 Arkady Joseph Sack, New York.

no. 4, 1923

10504

WHERE EAST MEETS WEST; Be sociable; | WISE (THE) WOMAN. See Tableaux

Little owl; three plays, by William with words from the Old Testament. A. Stigler. Memphis, Tenn., National drama company [1923] cover-title, WISH-FELLOW (THE); a musical phanvarious pagings. 12mo.

10489 tasy in 3 acts, prologue and epilogue, © Mar. 6, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; D

by H. H. Guild. [32p. fol. Typewritten. (Words only)

10498 63985; National drama co., Memphis, Tenn.

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1923; D 64094;

Helene Heathcote Guild, Indianapolis. WHERE YOU GO I GO; a play in 1 act,

by J. L. Browning. 1 p. 1., 8 p. 4to. WIT Stwosz. See Art (The) master of Typewritten.

10490 Norymberg. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; D 63965 ; | WITCH (THE) OF Exdor. See Tableaux Joseph L. Browning, New York.

with words from the Old Testament. WHITE CHIPS; a comedy in 3 acts, by, WITHOUT SIX; a play in 4 acts, by A. M. de Montalvo, Spring Byington, and

Hunter. [191] p. 4to.

4to. Typewritten. Huyler van Hoevenberg. 1931 p. 4to.

10499 Typewritten.

10491

© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1923; D 64209; © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1923; D 63978;

Ansella Hunter, Los Angeles. Marie de Montalvo, New York.

WOMAN (THE) HATERS; or, Cured, a WHITE HEATHER; a character study of

play in 1 act, by D. Bartlett. 1 p. I., Robert Burns in 7 scenes, by H. Lee.

14 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10500 1841 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10492

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1923; D 64107; © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1923; D 64232;

Donna Bartlett, Peoria, Ill. Harry Lee, Plainfield, N. J.

WONDERFUL (THE) WINDOW; a health WHITE (THE) PEACOCK; a play in 3

play for children rin 2 actsby Eleanor acts, by Olga Petrova. Boston, The

Glendower Griffith, illus. by Jessie Four seas company, 1922. 111 p. pls. 12mo.

10493

Gillespie. New York, Child health

organization of America (1922) cover© Nov. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1923;

title, 111, p. illus. 8vo.
]

10501 D 63930; Four seas co., Boston.

© Oct. 12, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Feb. WHO IS TO BLAME? a drama in 3 acts

23, 1923; A 699956; Child health orand 6 scenes, by L. A. Bellinger.

ganization of America, New York. 4 p. l., 107 p. 4to. Typewritten.

WOODEN (THE) LEG. See One act plays, 10494

by Essex Dane. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1923; D 64061; Lillian A. Bellinger, Springfield, Mass.

WORKERS (THE) AT THE LOOMS. See

One act plays by Essex Dane.
WHY MARRY? See Contemporary
American plays.

WRACK P'INT; a play in 1 act, by Paul
Green. 31 p.

31 p. 4to. Typewritten. WIDE OPEN SPACES; a comedy for vaude

10502 ville in 1 act, by B. Lewis. 5 p. 1., ,

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923; D 64100; 19 p. 4to. Typewritten. 10495

Carolina playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1923; D 64153;

N. C. Barran Lewis, New York.

WREN (THE); a play in 4 actsi by WILBUR'S COUSIN; a play in 1 act, by O. P. Parker. Memphis, Tenn., Na

Ernest Thompson. 43 i. e. 41, p. 4to. tional drama company, 1923. 34 p.
Typewritten.

10496
12mo.

10503 © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1923: D 64099:

© Mar. 6, 1923; 2 c. Mar. 17; D Carolina playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, 63984; Oliver Perry Parker, Memphis, N. C.

Tenn. WILI, INDIA WAIT? a play in 2 acts WroXG NUMBER; a sketch in 1 act, by and 3 scenesi by P. E. Smith. Win

Robert Kasper. 3 p. l., 25 p. 4to. field, Kan., Winfield publishing com

Typewritten.

10504 pany, 1923. cover-title, 12 p. 8vo.

10497

© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923; D 63938;

Robert A. Kasper, Evanston, Ill. © Apr. 3, 1923; 2 c. Apr. 14; D 64203; Phronia Eckes Smith, Win

Smith, Win- | WRONG NUMBERS. See One act plays, field, Kan.

by Essex Dane.

10505

pt. I, 11. s., v. 20

C 1 c. Mar. 14, 1923; D 63936; Noel Coward, % Curtis Brown, ltd., London.

YELLOW (The) WASP; a play in 4 acts,

by S. Kemper. 2 p. l., 109 p. 4to. Typewritten

10505 © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1923; D 63956; Sallie Kemper, Detroit. Young (The) IDEA ; a light comedy in

3 acts, by N. Coward. 90 p. 4to. Typewritten.

10506

ZR 14, 1935; a comedy in 1 act, by

W. R. Randall. 2 p. l., 18 p. 4to. Typewritten.

10507 © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1923; D 63920; William Rufus Randall, New York.

Number of entries of Dramatic compositions (including entries for 945

unpublished and other one-copy dramas) printed in the catalogue since Jan 1, 1923

1, 036

TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY

RIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909.

10507

Same. V. 3, 4. Contents: 3. Les femmes savantes (Female pedants) Le malade imaginaire (The imaginary sick man).-. L'avare. Don Juan. Les facheux.

5 © Louis Curtis, Boston, as the executor, in renewal for 28 years. R. 21559, 21560, each Aug. 17, 1922. Original entry, Dec. 13, 1891, no. 58041, and Jan. 2, 1895, no. 455.

JACK HARKAWIY; by John B. Sparrow.

1 © Elizabeth Cater Sparrow, Montreal, Canada, as the widow of the

author. R. 22549, Jan. 10, 1923. JACK HARKINNY JFLOAT IND ISHORE

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO; by John B. Sparrow.

2 © Elizabeth Cater Sparrow, Montreal, Canada, as the widow of the

author. R. 22550, Jan. 10, 1923. IN THE TOILS; by J. H. Hale.

3 © James H. Hale. Dayton, O., as the author. R. 22885, Feb. 16, 1923. VOLIÈRE; tr. by Katharine Prescott

Wormelev. 1.1, 2. Contents: 1. The misanthrope. Le Bourgeois gentilhomme.-2. Tartuff. Les precieuses redicules. George Dandin.

4 © Louis Curtis, Boston, as executor. R. 19314, Dec. 6, 1921.

RASEUR (Ux); ou, L'importun, pantomime danseé en 1 acte de Louis Ganne.

6 © Louis Ganne, Paris, as the author R. 22517, Jan. 0, 1923.

SALT O'THE EARTH; by Joseph Arthur.

7

© Charlotte Arthur, Pelham Manor, N. Y., as the widow of the author. R. 22552, Jan. 10. 1923.

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