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MS 3099, Hambleton Theatrical Collection, 1790-1941 | Maryland Historical Society

MS 3099, Hambleton Theatrical Collection, 1790-1941

Finding Aid to the Hambleton Theatrical Collection, MS 3099

H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society

 

Collection summary

Title

Hambleton Theatrical Collection

Creator

Hambleton, T. Edward.

Call number

MS 3099

Inclusive dates

1790-1941

Bulk dates

1870-1940

Extent

17 boxes. 11 oversize items.

Abstract

Series I: Theater programs, schedules, and other related ephemera. Series II: Peale Museum exhibit materials, including notes and captions. Series III: Theatre-Royal title pages and lithographs. Series IV-IVa: Copies and manuscripts of plays. Oversized: Large theater ephemera items.

Administrative summary

Repository

H. Furlong Baldwin Library

Maryland Historical Society

201 W. Monument St.

Baltimore, MD 21218

www.mdhs.org

specialcollections@mdhs.org

Access restrictions

Open to the public without restrictions.

Use restrictions

Permission to quote must be received in writing from the Special Collections Librarian.

Provenance

Unknown.

Accession number

Unknown.

Processing note

Lara Westwood processed and created the finding aid for this collection in 2012 and Judy Hallfrisch, March, 2015.

Historical Note

The Hambleton Theatrical collection documents theater across the ages with a focus on Baltimore-area productions and playhouses. The material, originally held by the Peale Museum, appears to have been donated by T. Edward Hambleton, a prominent Broadway producer and avid theater-goer, who grew up in Baltimore (Md.). The Peale Museum used these items to build an exhibit on the history of theater from the late 1800’s to the 1940’s, especially in Baltimore. The notes of which are also a part of the collection.

The collection primarily holds ephemera, such as playbills, tickets, and advertisements, from many important Baltimore theaters. The materials included showcase the variety of productions staged in the city from elaborate productions at Ford’s Grand Opera House, amateur performances of the Paint and Powder Club, and events held at the Baltimore Stadium. A variety of plays were collected along with this material. Some contain notes from the actors or directors that may have performed them. Also included are lithographs and title pages from the plays adapted for performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London, England, published by John Bell. Bell printed multiple works meant for popular consumption on famous British poets, playwrights, and authors, including The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to Churchill and The British Theatre series. 

Scope and Content

The collection is divided into series based on content.  Series I-IA contains theater-related ephemera, such as programs, playbills, and schedules. The folders are organized alphabetically by theater, performance location, performance group, or production group. Within the folders, the materials are ordered chronologically when the origin date could be indentified. Items from this series too large to be housed in the boxes are noted as oversized. Series II is the exhibition material on theater in Baltimore (Md.) and abroad from the Peale Museum. The items, such as captions and notes, are grouped into folders based on content. Series III holds title pages and lithographs of plays and operas performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane in London, and are ordered by date and alphabetically by title. The lithograph is filed with the corresponding title page if available. Series IV-IVA includes copies of plays and manuscripts of plays are organized alphabetically by playwright and work title. Additional material was found and added to collection in 2015. These documents have been added to the end of the collection in Series IA and Series IVA.

Note that photographs associated with this collection have been removed to PP271, the Hambleton Theatrical Photograph collection.

Container List

Contents                     

Description

Span Dates

Folder

Box

Series I: Theater Ephemera

 

 

 

 

Academy of Music

 

Undated-1900

1

1

Academy of Music

 

1905-1908

2

1

Academy of Music

 

1909-1910

3

1

Albaugh’s Lyceum Theatre

 

1881-1894

4

1

Albaugh’s Lyceum Theatre

 

1894-1910

5

1

Auditorium Theatre

 

1908-1924

6

1

Bach Club

 

1938-1941

7

1

Baltimore Histrionic Association!

 

1851-1852

8

1

Baltimore Museum of Art

 

Undated-1940

9

1

The Baltimore Music Club

 

1938-1940

10

1

Baltimore Stadium

 

1940-1941

11

1

Cadoa Hall

 

1939-1940

12

1

Catherine Hooper Hall (Goucher College)

 

1940

13

1

Concordia Opera House

 

1871-1878

14

1

Constitution Hall

 

1939-1940

15

1

Dennis Dance Theatre

 

Undated

16

1

Emmanuel Church, Baltimore (Md.)

 

1941

17

1

Eugene Martinet, Inc. (Hotel Belvedere)

 

1941

18

1

Evergreen Theatre

 

1940-1941

19

1

Fifth Regiment Armory, Baltimore (Md.) (All-American Youth Orchestra)

 

Undated

20

1

Ford’s Grand Opera House

 

1867-1895

21

1

Ford’s Grand Opera House

 

1904-1928

22

1

Ford’s Theatre

 

1915, 1939-1940

23

1

Ford’s Theatre

 

Undated, 1941

24

1

The Hilltop Theatre

 

1940-1941

25

1

Holliday St. Theatre

 

Undated, 1857-1919

26

1

Johns Hopkins Playshop

 

1936-1940

27

2

Lehmann’s Hall

 

1878

28

2

The Little Theatre

 

Undated

29

2

Lyric Theatre

 

1906-1939

30

2

Lyric Theatre

 

1940

31

2

Lyric Theatre

 

1940

32

2

Lyric Theatre

 

1941

33

2

Maryland Music Appreciation Program

 

1940

34

2

Maryland Theatre

 

1905-1909

35

2

Maryland Theatre

 

1912-1941

36

2

Miscellaneous Minstrel Shows

 

Undated, 1878

37

2

Miscellaneous Theatrical Productions

 

1886, Undated

38

2

The Mountain Choir Festival

 

1938

39

2

Music Hall

 

1900

40

2

New Lyceum Theatre

 

1921

41

2

Paint and Powder Club

 

1894-1895

42

2

Paint and Powder Club

 

1895

43

2

Paint and Powder Club

 

1895

44

2

Paint and Powder Club

 

1906

45

2

Paint and Powder Club

 

1907

46

3

Paint and Powder Club

 

1908

47

3

Paint and Powder Club

 

1910, 1913

48

3

Paint and Powder Club

 

1914, 1916, 1923-1925

49

3

Peabody Institute, Conservatory of Music

 

1939-1941

50

3

Rivoli Theatre

 

1922

51

3

Sanderson’s Opera House

 

Undated

52

3

The Theatre Guild/ The Theatre Society in Baltimore

 

1940-1941

53

3

The Vagabond Players

 

1940-1941, Undated

54

3

Series II: Peale Museum Exhibit

 

 

 

 

Peale Museum Exhibit 

Exhibit documents

Undated

55

3

Peale Museum Exhibit

Exhibit documents

Undated

56

3

Peale Museum Exhibit

Exhibit documents

Undated

57

3

Peale Museum Exhibit

Exhibit documents

Undated

58

3

Peale Museum Exhibit

Exhibit documents

Undated

59

3

Peale Museum Exhibit

Exhibit documents

Undated

60

3

Series III: Title Pages and Lithographs

 

 

 

 

Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane

Title Pages and Lithographs

1791-1793

61

3

Theatre-Royal , Drury Lane

Title Pages and Lithographs

1791

62

3

Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane

Title Pages and Lithographs

1792

63

3

Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane

Title Pages and Lithographs

1793

64

3

Series IV: Plays

 

 

 

 

 

Love’ Telegraph

Undated

MS 3099.1

4

 

Miscellaneous script covers and parts of plays.

Undated

MS 3099.2

4

 

Noel; Christmas. A dramatic sketch in one act. (Two copies)

1906

MS 3099.3

4

 

The Oppressed Country.

Undated

MS 3099.4

4

Allingham, John Till

Transformation; or, Love and Law.

Undated

MS 3099.5

4

Brooke, Frances, William Shield, and Charles-Simon M. Favart

Rosina.

Undated

MS 3099.6

4

Colman, George and Jean Nicolas Bouilly

Love Laughs at Lock-Smiths: A comic opera, in two acts.

1804

MS 3099.7

4

Colman, George

X, Y, Z.

Undated

MS 3099.8

4

De Witt, R. M. and George Wevill

The Thespian Speaker.

Undated

MS 3099.9

4

Dumas, Alexandre

Pauline.

Undated

MS 3099.10

4

Holcroft, Thomas

Try Again

Undated

MS 3099.11

4

Jonson, Ben

Every Man in His Humour.

Undated

MS 3099.12

4

Keating, E. H.

The Yellow Dwarf.

Undated

MS 3099.13

4

Kemble, Mrs. Charles

Personation; or, Fairly Taken In.

Undated

MS 3099.14

4

Kenney, James

Spring and Autumn: or, The Birds of Fifty.

1855

MS 3099.15

4

Kenney, James

Sweethearts and Wives.

1823

MS 3099.16

4

Knight, Thomas

The Honest Thieves: A farce in two acts.

Undated

MS 3099.17

4

Knowles, James Sheridan

The Hunchback.

1846

MS 3099.18

4

Knowles, James Sheridan

Love: A play in five acts.

1839

MS 3099.19

4

Knowles, James Sheridan

The Wife: A Tale of Mantua.

1875

MS 3099.20

4

Knowles, James Sheridan

Virginius.

1820

MS 3099.21

4

Knowles, James Sheridan

The Wrecker’s Daughter.

1836

MS 3099.22

4

Kotzebue, Augustus Frederic Ferdinand von

The Stranger.

1787

MS 3099.23

5

Lacy, Rophino

Doing My Uncle.

1866

MS 3099.24

5

Legouve, Ernest

Medea.

1866

MS 3099.25

5

Leland, Oliver S.

Beatrice; or, The False and the True.

1858

MS 3099.26

5

Lemon, Mark

Sea and Land.

1852

MS 3099.27

5

Leslie, Henry and Nicholas Rowe

The Orange Girl. An entirely original drama, in a prologue and three acts.

Undated

MS 3099.28

5

Leslie, Henry

The Sin and the Sorrow.

1866

MS 3099.29

5

Lovell, Maria

Ingomar, The Barbarian.

Undated

MS 3099.30

5

Lunn, Joseph

Fish Out of Water.

Undated

MS 3099.31

5

MacFarren, George

The March of Intellect: A monodramatic bagatelle, in one act.

Undated

MS 3099.32

5

Mackaye, Steele

Hazel Kirke.

1899

MS 3099.33

5

Maddox, J. M.

The Violet.

1840

MS 3099.34

5

Marengo; Translation by Isaac C. Pray

Pia De Tolomei.

1866

MS 3099.35

5

Marryat, Florence and Sir Charles L. Bart Young.

Miss Chester.

1872

MS 3099.36

5

Marshall, R.

Shades of Night.

1895

MS 3099.37

5

Marston, Westland

Pure Gold.

Undated

MS 3099.38

5

Matthews, Charles

Used Up.

1846

MS 3099.39

5

Maurice, Walter and James Rice

Ready-Money.

Undated

MS 3099.40

5

Mayhew, Augustus and Sutherland Edwards

Christmas Boxes.

1860

MS 3099.41

5

Mayhew, Henry

The Wandering Minstrel.

Undated

MS 3099.42

5

Merivale, Herman C.

Peacock’s Holiday.

Undated

MS 3099.43

5

Merritt, Paul

Glin Garth; or, The Man in the Cleft.

1872

MS 3099.44

5

Milner, H. M.

Victorine, the Maid of Paris.

Undated

MS 3099.45

5

Morton, John Maddison

Box and Cox. A romance of real life, in one act.

Undated

MS 3099.46

5

Morton, John Maddison

Cousin Lamkin. An original farce, in one act.

1842

MS 3099.47

5

Morton, John Maddison

The Midnight Watch! An original drama, in one act.

1848

MS 3099.48

5

Morton, John Maddison

Mother and Child Are Doing Well.

Undated

MS 3099.49

5

Morton, John Maddison

Poor Pillicoddy.

Undated

MS 3099.50

5

Morton, John Maddison

The Two Buzzards; or, Whitebait at Greenwich.

Undated

MS 3099.51

6

Morton, John Maddison

What Do They Take Me For?

Undated

MS 3099.52

6

Morton, John Maddison

Who’s My Husband?

1847

MS 3099.53

6

Morton, Thomas

A Roland for Oliver.

1855

MS 3099.54

6

Morton, Thomas and J. M. Thomas (John Maddison)

The Writing on the Wall!

Undated

MS 3099.55

6

Mosenthal, S. B.

Deborah.

1866

MS 3099.56

6

Moser, Herr G. Von

On Change.

1885

MS 3099.57

6

Mowatt, Anna Cora

Fashion; or, Life on New York.

1854

MS 3099.58

6

Murray, William

Dominique the Deserter; or, The Gentleman in Black.

Undated

MS 3099.59

6

Newton, Charles E.

Cast Upon the World.

Undated

MS 3099.60

6

O’Hara, Kane

Tom Thumb.

Undated

MS 3099.61

6

Ohnet, Georges

The Iron Master.

Undated

MS 3099.62

6

O’Keefe, John

The Castle of Andulsia: A comic opera, in three acts.

Undated

MS 3099.63

6

Otway, Thomas

Venice Preserved.

Undated

MS 3099.64

6

Oulton, Walley Chamberlain

Botheration; or, a ten year’s blunder.

1828

MS 3099.65

6

Oxberry, W.

The Actress of All Work; or, My Country Cousin: a comic sketch, in one act.

Undated

MS 3099.66

6

Palmer, T. A.

Woman’s Rights.

1886

MS 3099.67

6

Paul, Howard

The Mop Cap; or, Love Disguises.

1853

MS 3099.68

6

Payne, John Howard

Brutus; or, The Fall of Tarquin: A historical tragedy in five acts.

1850

MS 3099.69

6

Payne, John Howard

Therese; or, the Orphan of Geneva: A drama in three acts.

Undated

MS 3099.70

6

Peake, R. B.

Master’s Revival; or, a day at Boulogne: A farce in two acts.

Undated

MS 3099.71

6

Philips, Mrs. Alfred

Caught in His Own Trap.

Undated

MS 3099.72

6

Pinero, Arthur W.

Hester’s Mystery: A comedy in one act.

Undated

MS 3099.73

6

Pitt, G. Dibdin

The Jersey Girl; or, Les Rouge Voleurs.

Undated

MS 3099.74

6

Pitt, G. Dibdin

The Last Man; or, The Miser of Elthan Green.

Undated

MS 3099.75

6

Planche, J. R. and Charles Dance

Olympic Revels or Promethis and Pandora.

Undated

MS 3099.76

6

Planche, J. R.

The Bee and the Orange Tree; or, four wishes.

1845

MS 3099.77

6

Planche, J. R.

The Follies of a Night; A vaudeville comedy, in two acts.

1842

MS 3099.78

6

Planche, J. R.

The Golden Branch.

1847

MS 3099.79

6

Planche, J. R.

The Invisible Prince; or, the Island of Tranquil Delights.

Undated

MS 3099.80

6

Planche, J. R.

The King of the Peacocks.

1848

MS 3099.81

7

Planche, J. R.

Not a Bad Judge.

1848

MS 3099.82

7

Planche, J. R.

The Prince of Happy Land: or, the Fawn in the Forest.

1851

MS 3099.83

7

Planche, J. R.

Secret Service.

Undated

MS 3099.84

7

Poole, John

Hamlet Travestie.

Undated

MS 3099.85

7

Poole, John

Paul Pry.

Undated

MS 3099.86

7

Poole, John

Simpson and Co.

Undated

MS 3099.87

7

Poole, John

Tribulations; or, Unwelcome Visitors.

1825

MS 3099.88

8

Popcock, I.

Rob Roy Macgregor; or, “Auld Lang Synge.”

Undated

MS 3099.89

8

Pritchard, J. V.

Daniel Rochat.

Undated

MS 3099.90

8

Rae, Charles Marsham

Fame.

Undated

MS 3099.91

8

Ranger, Edward

The Romantic Widow.

1846

MS 3099.92

8

Ransom. H. A. V.

The Man Who Wasn’t.

Undated

MS 3099. 93

8

Reeve, Wybert

A Match for Mother-in-Law.

Undated

MS 3099.94

8

Reeve, Wybert

Parted: An English Love Story.

Undated

MS 3099.95

8

Reeve, Wybert

Won At Last!

Undated

MS 3099.96

8

Ring, I. H.

The Irish Tutor.

Undated

MS 3099.97

8

Robertson, T. W.

Birds of Prey; or, A Duel in the Dark.

Undated

MS 3099.98

8

Robertson, T. W.

The Chevalier de St. George.

1845

MS 3099.99

8

Robertson, T. W.

David Garrick.

Undated

MS 3099.100

8

Robertson, Williams

Ernestine.

Undated

MS 3099.101

8

Rodwell, G. Herbert

The Chimney Piece; or, The Married Maid: A Laughable Farce.

Undated

MS 3099.102

8

Rodwell, J. Thomas G.

More Blunders Than One.

Undated

MS 3099.103

8

Rodwell, J. Thomas G.

A Race for a Dinner.

1829

MS 3099.104

8

Rowe, Nicholas

Jane Shore.

Undated

MS 3099.105

9

Sardou, Victorien

La Tosca; Argument of the Play of Drama in five acts.

1891

MS 3099.106

9

Sarvin, Geo. A.

Model of a Wife.

Undated

MS 3099.107

9

Scribe and Legouve

Adrienne Lecouvereur.

1866

MS 3099.108

9

Selby, Charles

A Day in Paris.

Undated

MS 3099.109

9

Selby, Charles

My Friend in the Straps.

Undated

MS 3099.110

9

Selby, Charles

The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor’s Dream. A romance of real life in five chapters.

Undated

MS 3099.111

9

Selby, Charles

The New Footman.

Undated

MS 3099.112

9

Selby, Charles

The Young Mother.

Undated

MS 3099.113

9

Shakespeare, William

All’s Well That Ends Well.

Undated

MS 3099.114

9

Shakespeare, William

Othello, The Moor of Venice.

Undated

MS 3099.115

9

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley

The Duenna; A comedic opera, in three acts.

Undated

MS 3099.116

9

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley

Pizarro: A tragic play, in five acts.

Undated

MS 3099.117

9

Simpson, J. Palgrave and Edmund Yates

Black Sheep.

Undated

MS 3099.118

9

Simpson, J. Palgrave

Dreams of Delusion.

Undated

MS 3099.119

10

Simpson, J. Palgrave

Jack in a Box!

Undated

MS 3099.120

10

Simpson, J. Palgrave

Second Love: An original drama, in three acts.

Undated

MS 3099.121

10

Smith, W. H.

The Drunkard; or, The Fallen Saved.

Undated

MS 3099.122

10

Somerset, C. A.

The Fall of Algiers, by Sea and Land: A grand nautical melo-dramatic spectacle, in two acts.

Undated

MS 3099.123

10

Stirling, Edward

Mrs. Harris!

Undated

MS 3099.124

10

Stirling, Edward

The Rag-Picker of Paris and the Dress-Maker of St. Antoine.

Undated

MS 3099.125

10

Suter, W. E. and T. H. Lacy

The Angel of Midnight.

Undated

MS 3099.126

10

Suter, W. E.

The Child Stealer.

Undated

MS 3099.127

10

Suter, W. E.

A Glass of Water. “Great Events from Trifling Causes Spring.” Or, a comedy, in two acts.

Undated

MS 3099.128

10

Talfourd, Francis

King Thrushbeard! Or, A Little Pet and the Great Passion!

Undated

MS 3099.129

11

Talfourd, Francis

Macbeth. Somewhat removed from the text of Shakespeare.

Undated

MS 3099.130

11

Taylor, Tom

The Babes in the Wood.

Undated

MS 3099.131

11

Taylor, Tom and Charles Reade

The King’s Rival; or, The Court and the Stage.

Undated

MS 3099.132

11

Travers, William

Kathleen Mavourneen; or, St. Patrick's Eve.

Undated

MS 3099.133

11

Young, Sir Charles Lawrence

Montcalm.

Undated

MS 3099.134

11

Series IVA: Plays

 

 

 

 

 

Cumberland’s British Theatre.

1836?

MS 3099.136

11

 

The Histrionic Speaker.

1872

MS 3099.137

11

Dimond, William

The Aethiop; or, The Child of the Desert.

Undated

MS 3099.138

12

French, Samuel

A Few Plays Recommended to Amateurs.

1906-1907

MS 3099.139

12

Kenney, James

False Alarms.

1807

MS 3099.140

12

Reynolds, Frederick

The Blind Bargain.

Undated

MS 3099.141

12

Sardou, Victorien

Diplomates.

1894

MS 3099.142

12

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley

The Critic: A Tragedy Rehearsed.

1779

MS 3099.143

12

Somerset, Charles A.

A Day After the Fair.

1828

MS 3099.144

12

Taylor, Tom

Nine Points of the Law

1859

MS 3099.145

12

Taylor, Tom

Plot and Passion

1853

MS 3099.146

12

Taylor, Tom

Retribution.

1856

MS 3099.147

12

Taylor, Tom

Stillwaters Run Deep.

1855      

MS 3099.148

12

Taylor, Tom & Charles Reade

Two Loves and a Life.

1854

MS 3099.149

12

Tobin, John

The Honey-moon.

1805

MS 3099.150

12

Townsend, Charles

Rio Grande.

1891

MS 3099.151

12

Townsend, Thompson

The Lost Ship; or, The Man- of-War’s Man and the Privateer.

Undated

MS 3099.152

12

Troughton, Adolphus Charles.

Wooing in Jest and Loving in Earnest.

1858

MS 3099.153

12

Walcot, Charles M.

Hiawatha: or, Ardent Spirits and Laughing Water.

1856

MS 3099.154

12

Waldauer, Aug.

Fanchon, the Cricket.

1862

MS 3099.155

12

Ware, J. R.

The Juggler; or, Father and Daughter.

Undated

MS 3099.156

12

Webb, Charles

Belphegor, the Mountebank; or, Woman’s Constancy.

1850s

MS 3099.157

12

Webster, Benjamin

The Dead Heart.

1864

MS 3099.158

12

Webster, Benjamin

The Miseries of Human Life.

1845

MS 3099.159

12

Weston, J. M.

Lucretia Borgia.

1844

MS 3099.160

12

Wigan, Alfred

₤500 Reward!

1845

MS 3099.161

12

Wilks, Thomas Egerton

Ben the Boatswain.

1839

MS 3099.162

12

Wilks, Thomas Egerton

My Wife’s Dentist.

Undated

MS 3099.163

12

Wilks, Thomas Egerton

Raffaelle the Reprobate

1850?

MS 3099.164

13

Wilks, Thomas Egerton

‘Tis She.

1838

MS 3099.165

13

Williams, Barney

Art O’Brien: The Flower of Kilmona

1873

MS 3099.166

13

Williams, Barney

Brian O’Linn.

Undated

MS 3099.167

13

Williams, Thomas J.

A Cure for the Fidgets.

1869?

MS 3099.168

13

Williams, Thomas J.

Found in a Four-Wheeler.

1866

MS 3099.169

13

Williams, Thomas J.

Larkin’s Love Letters.

1866

MS 3099.170 

13

Wood, Mrs. Henry

East Lynne.

Undated

MS 3099.171

13

Wooder, J. P.

A Twice Told Tale.

Undated

MS 3099.172

13

Woodward, J. A.

Bouquet.

Undated

MS 3099.173

13

Young, Charles L.

Charms.

1871

MS 3099.174

13

Young, Charles L.

Gilded Youth.

1872

MS 3099.175

13

Young, Charles L.

Shadows

1871

MS 3099.176

13

Oversized Theater Ephemera

 

 

 

 

Academy of Music

 

1880-1895

 

 

Albaugh’s Lyceum Theatre

 

1884

 

 

Ford’s Grand Opera House

 

1871-1894

 

 

Ford’s Theatre

 

Undated

 

 

Front Street Theatre

 

1871

 

 

Harris, Britton, and Dean Co.

 

1895

 

 

Holliday St. Theatre

 

Undated, 1857, 1872

 

 

Howard Auditorium

 

1895

 

 

Kernan’s Monumental Theatre

 

1896

 

 

Lyric Theatre

 

1906-1909

 

 

Maryland Institute

 

Undated

 

 

Music Hall

 

1895

 

 

Odeon Varieties!

 

1871

 

 

Series IA: Theater Ephemera 

 

 

 

 

Academy of Music

Programs, news clippings

1916-1945

1

14

Academy of Music

Programs

1945-6

2

14

Ballet Russes

Programs

1916-1939

3

14

Baltimore Music Club

Programs

1941-1945

4

14

Baltimore Museum of Art

Programs, news clippings

1939-1943, n.d.

5

14

Baltimore Theatres, miscellaneous

Programs, playbills

1877-1945

6

14

Bethlehem & PA Theatres

Programs, news clippings

1932-1945

7

14

Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church

Programs

1941-1945

8

14

Cadoa Hall

Programs

1941-1945

9

14

Ford's Theatre

Programs, news clippings

1878-1945

10

14

Hilltop Theatre

Programs, playbills

1942-1945

11

14

International Companies, miscellaneous

Programs, news clippings

1911-1940

12

14

Johns Hopkins Musical Association

Programs

1922, 1942

13

14

Lyric Theatre-B & O Railroad Glee Club

Programs

1943-1945

14

14

Lyric Theatre-Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Programs

n.d., 1924-5

14

15

Lyric Theatre-Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Programs

1942-3

14

16

Lyric Theatre-Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Programs

1943-4

14

17

Lyric Theatre-Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Programs

1944-5

14

18

Lyric Theatre-Boston Grand Opera Company

Programs

1944

14

19

Lyric Theatre-Metropolitan Opera

Programs

1929-45

14

20

Lyric Theatre-National Symphony Orchestra

Programs, playbills

1943-5

14

21

Lyric Theatre-Philadelphia La Scala Opera

Programs,  order forms

1942-5

14

22

Lyric Theatre-Philadelphia Symphony

Programs

1944-5

14

23

Lyric Theatre, miscellaneous performances

Programs

1909-1945

14

24

Maryland Theatre

Programs

1941-3

15

1

Metropolitan Opera House

Programs

1914-1944

15

2

Movie Theatres

Programs, news clippings

1926-1943

15

3

New York Theatres, miscellaneous

Programs

1905-1943

15

4

Peabody Institute

Programs, news clippings

1918-1945

15

5

Philadelphia Theatres

Programs

1931

15

6

Roland Park Woman's Club

Programs

1941-2

15

7

Vagabond Theatre

Programs

1943-5

15

8

War Benefits

Programs, news clippings

1918-1945

15

9

Washington, D.C. miscellaneous

Programs, playbills

1871-1944

15

10

Series IVA: Plays

 

 

 

 

A'Beckett, Gilbert Arthur

Lending a Hand--Farce in one act

1867

1

16

A'Beckett, Gilbert Arthur, Esq. (J. Alexander signature)

The Roof Scramble--Grand Burlesque Ballet Opera

n.d.

2

16

A'Beckett, Gilbert Arthur & Lemon, Mark

Don Caesar de Bazan

1844

3

16

Albery, James

Two Roses--Comedy in three acts

1880

4

16

Alfiere's (translation Isaac C. Pray

Myrrha--Tragedy in five acts

1867

5

16

Allen, James (See Dilley, Joseph J.

Chiselling

1870

6

16

Almar, George, Esq. Signature David Kelley)

The Earl of Poverty or The Old Wooden House of London Wall

n.d.

7

16

Almar, George,  

Oliver Twist--Drama in four acts

n.d.

8

16

Anciet-Bourgeouis (See IV Bridgeman)

The Black Doctor

n.d.

9

16

Anonymous (2 copies- one signed, annotated Dan l Kelley)

Cab Driver No. 23

n.d.

10

16

Appleton, Nathan (signed by translator to Barney Williams)

Reconciliation--Comedy in four acts from Raimond Deslandes

1871

11

16

Archer, Thomas, Esq. (Signed J. Ring)

Amodeus or The Little Devil's Share--Drama in two acts

n.d.

12

16

Archer, Thomas, Esq. (Signed J. Ring)

Marguerite's Colours or Passing the Frontier--Comic drama in two acts

1847

13

16

Augier, Emile

The Adventuress--Comedy in four acts

1888

14

16

Ballou, M.M. Esq. (signed Robert Ransom)

Miralda or The Justice of Tacon--Drama in three acts

1882-3

15

16

Banim, John & Shiel, Richard Lalor

Damon & Pythias

n.d.

16

16

Barnett, C.Z. (Signed Jno. Daly)

The Polka or Dancing for the Million!--Farce in one act

n.d.

17

16

Barnett, Morris

The Serious Family--Comedy in three acts

1850

18

16

Barriere, T. (See Suter, W.E.)

The Angel of Midnight

n.d.

19

16

Barrymore, W., Esq. (Collection of Ferd. A.W. Converse)

Wallace:  the hero of Scotland--Historical drama in three acts

n.d.

20

16

Bayly, Thomas Haynes

Perfection or The Maid of Munster--farce in one act

n.d.

21

16

Beaumont, Francis & Fletcher, John (annotated)

Rule a Wife and Have a Wife

n.d.

22

16

Bellows, Rev Henry W., D.D. (Signed J. Jackson?)

The Relation of Public Amusements to Public Morality--Address

1857

23

16

Bernard, Bayle

The Four Sisters--Original farce in one act

n.d.

24

16

Bernard, Bayle

The Passing Cloud--Romantic drama in two acts

n.d.

25

16

Bernard, William Bayle

The Conquering Game--Petite comedy in one act

n.d.

26

16

Bernard, William Bayle (signed J.H. Ring?)

His Last Legs--Farce in two acts

n.d.

27

16

Bernard, William Bayle (Two copies)

The Nervous Man & The Man of Nerve

n.d.

28

16

Blake, Thomas G.

Lonely Man of the Ocean or Night before the Bridal--drama in three acts

n.d.

29

16

Blanchard, E.L. Esq.

The Artful Dodger--Farce in one act

n.d.

30

16

Bouricault, Dion (Signed by author?)

Andy Blake or The Irish Diamond--Comedy in two acts

1856

31

16

Bouricault, Dion (Signed by A.D. Togh?, Geo. F. Browne)

London Assurance--Comedy in five acts

n.d.

32

16

Bouricault, D.L.

The Willow Copse--Drama in five acts

1855

33

16

Brereton, Austin (Signed J. Jackson

Dramatic Notes--A Year-Book of the Stage

1882-3

34

16

Bridgeman, , I.V. (translated from Anicet-Bourgeous & Dumanoir

The Black Doctor  (Le Docteur Noir)

1846

35

16

Bridgeman, I.V. (signed Mrs. Edwin Forrest, Catharine N. Snidlain?)

A Good Run for it--Farce in one act

n.d.

36

16

Brookes, Sheridan

Calypso, Queen of Ogygia--Original burlesque in one act

1865

37

16

Brough, Robert & Edwards, Sutherland

Mephistopheles or An Ambassador from below--Extravaganza in one act

n.d.

38

16

Brough, William, Esq.

The Corsair or Little Fairy at the bottom of the Sea--New Christmas burlesque & pantomime

n.d.

39

16

Brough, William, Esq.

The Field of the Cloth of Gold--Original grand historical extravaganza

n.d.

40

16

Brough, William, Esq.

Prince Amabel or The Fairy Roses--Original fairy extravaganza

1862

41

16

Brougham, John

Lottery of Life, a story of New York--Original local drama in five acts

1867

42

16

Brougham, John

Night and Morning--Drama in five acts

n.d.

43

16

Brougham, John, Esq. (two copies)

Po-ca-hon-tas or The Gentle Savage-Original aboriginal erratic operatic extravaganza

n.d.

44

16

Bruton, James

Bathing--Farce in one act

n.d.

45

16

Buckingham, Leicester

Faces in the Fire--Comedy in three acts

1865

46

16

Buckingham, Leicester

Little Red Riding Hood--New & original burlesque extravaganza

1861

47

16

Buckingham, Leicester

Silken Fetters--Comedy in three acts

1863

48

16

Buckstone, John Baldwin, Esq.

The Flower of the Forest:  A Gypsy Story--Original drama in three acts

1847

49

16

Buckstone, John Baldwin, Esq.

The Green Bushes or A Hundred Years Ago--Original drama in three acts

1845

50

16

Buckstone, John Baldwin, Esq.

Happiest Day of my Life--Farce in two acts

n.d.

51

16

Buckstone, J.B. Esq. (signed Wm. Moran)

Jack Sheppard--Drama in four acts

1854

52

16

Buckstone, John Baldwin

A Kiss in the Dark

1840

53

16

Buckstone, J.B.

The Lottery Ticket or The Lawyer’s Clerk--Farce in one act

n.d.

54

16

Buckstone, John Baldwin

Luke the Labourer--Domestic drama in three acts

n.d.

55

16

Buckstone, John Baldwin, Esq. (2 copies, 1  signed Wm. C. Herald)

Presumptive Evidence or Murder Will Out--Domestic drama in two acts

1855

56

16

Buckstone, John Baldwin (signed Geo. A. Darrin?)

Rural Felicity--Comedy in two acts

1856

57

16

Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton (2 copies, 1 signed J.H. Ring)

The Lady of Lyons:  Love and Pride--Play in five acts

1861

58

16

Bulwer, Sir Edward Lytton

Money--Comedy in five acts

n.d.

59

16

Burnand, F.C., Esq.

Fair Rosamond or The Maid, the Maze, and the Monarch!--Burlesque

1862

60

16

Burnand, F.C., Esq.

Madame Berliot's Ball or The Chalet in the Valley--Comic drama in two acts

1863

61

16

Byron, Henry J.

Aladdin or The Wonderful Scamp!--Original burlesque extravaganza

1861

62

16

Byron, Henry J. (signed property of H.E. Dixey

Bits of Burlesques, being extracts from the Extravaganza of Henry J. Byron

n.d.

63

16

Byron, Henry J.(signed David Kelley)

Blow for Blow--Original drama in prologue and three acts

n.d.

64

16

Byron, Henry J. 

Cycil's Success--Original comedy in five acts

1870

65

16

Byron, Henry J.

The Girls--Original modern comedy in three acts

1879

66

16

Byron, Henry J. (signed, but can't read)

Maid and the Magpie or the Fatal Spoon--Burlesque burletta

1858

67

16

Byron, Lord

Werner--Tragedy in five acts

1826

68

16

New York Theatres, miscellaneous

Alice in Wonderland

n.d.

69

16

Centlevre, Mrs.

The Wonder--Comedy in five acts

n.d.

70

16

Chaliapin, Feodor

Text Book of Songs

1923

71

16

Cheltnam, Charles Smith

Deborah or The Jewish Maiden's Wrong!--Drama in three acts

1864

72

16

Cheltnam, Charles Smith

Edendale--Original drama in three acts

1869

73

16

Clarke, N.H. Belden, Esq.

O'Neal the Great or Cogger na Caillie--Drama in three acts

n.d.

74

16

Coffey, C. Esq.

The Devil to Pay--A ballad farce

1824

75

16

Collier, William

The Blacksmith or A Day at Gretna Green!--Musical farce

n.d.

76

16

Colman, George, the Elder

Clandestine Marriage--Comedy in five acts

1824

77

16

Colman, George, the Elder (signed Ferd Converse)

The Jealous Wife--Comedy in five acts

1761-1846

78

16

Colman, George, the Younger (signed property of Geo. A. Saurin?)

Blue Devils--Pleasing and neatly arranged trifle from the French of Patrat

1798

79

16

Colman, George, the Younger (signed C. Mestayr?)

The Heir at Law--Comedy in five acts

1808

80

16

Colman, George, the Younger

The Poor Gentleman--Comedy in five acts

1800

81

16

Colman, George, the Younger (see Planche, J.R.

Olympic Revels

n.d.

82

16

Cooke, Mr. Thomas

The Triumphs of Love and Honour--Play as it is acted by His Majesty's Servants

n.d.

83

16

Cooper, Fox, Esq.

Jenny Jones--An opera in one act

1838

84

16

Courtney, John (signed E.H. Everitt)

Eustace Baudin--Original drama in three acts

1854

85

16

Coyne, J. Stirling (2 copies

Black Sheep00Comedy in three acts

1861

86

16

Dumanoir (See Bridgeman, I.V.

The old Chateau or a Night of Peril--Drama in three acts

1854

87

16

Coyne, J. Stirling

William and his Dinah--Original and pathetic heart-rending tragedy in three sad scenes

1854

88

16

Craven, H.T. (Signed Dan'l Kelley)

Coals of Fire--Comedy drama in three acts

1871

89

16

Daly, Augustin, Esq. (Property of Sara Von Leer)

Frou Fro--Comedy of powerful human interest in five acts

n.d.

90

16

Dance, Charles

Delicate Ground or Paris in 1793--Comic drama in one act

n.d.

91

16

Dance, Charles, Esq.(Mr. Marlborough, Dan'l Kelley)

Naval Engagements--Comedy in two acts

1838

92

16

Dance, Charles (See Planche, J.R.

Olympic Revels

n.d.

93

16

Danvers, H.(J.H. Ring 1857)

A Conjugal Lesson--Comic scene in one act

1857

94

16

De Beauvoir, Roger (See Robertson, T.W.

The Chevalier de St. George

n.d.

95

16

De Foe, Daniel (See D. - - G. Robinson Crusoe)

Robinson Crusoe or The Bold Buccaniers

n.d.

96

16

De Naux, Prosper & Legouve, Ernest (Dan’l Kelley)

Louise de Lignerolles--Tragic drama in five parts

n.d.

97

16

Deslandes, Raimond (See Appleton, Nathan)

Reconciliation--Comedy in four acts from Raimond Deslandes

1871

98

16

D. - - G.

How to die for love--Farce in two acts

n.d.

99

16

D. - - G. (See De Foe, Daniel)

Robinson Crusoe or The Bold Buccaniers (signed B. Debar, J. Mintley)

n.d.

100

16

Dilley, Joseph J.(John Gardner Esq. with author's comps, Dan’l Kelley)

Carrone--Original drama in two acts

n.d.

101

16

Dilley, Joseph J. (Miss Lulu Brown)

Glimpse of paradise--Farcial comedy in two acts

1887

102

16

Dilley, Joseph J & Allen, James

Chiselling--Farce in one act

1870

103

16

Dorsey, Mrs. Anna H.

Irish Improvisatrice--Legend of Ulster

1848

104

16

Dumanoir (See Bridgeman, I.V.

The Black Doctor

1846

105

16

Dumas, Alexander, the younger (Signed Sarah Bernhardt 1880)

La Dame aux Camelias (Camille)

1880

106

16

Dunlap, William (altered from the German)

Peter the Great or the Russian mother--play in five acts

1814

107

16

Edwards, Sutherland (See Brough, Robert)

Mephistopheles or An Ambassador from below--Extravaganza in one act

n.d.

108

16

Edwards, Sutherland (See Mayhew, Augustus)

Christmas Boxes

n.d.

109

16

Elliston, R.W.

Venetian Outlaw

1805

110

16

Farquhar, G. (A.W. Gregory)

The Inconstant--Comedy in five acts

1847

1

17

Hardwicke, Pelham

Bachelor of Arts--Comic drama in two acts

1853

2

17

Harris, A.

The Avalanche or Trials of the heart--Romantic drama in three acts

1854

3

17

Harrison, Mrs. Burton

Alice in Wonderland--Play for children in three acts

1890

4

17

Harvey, Frank (Robt. Ransom)

Bought--Original play in three acts

1873

5

17

Hazelwood, C.H.

Going to Chobham or Petticoat Captains

n.d.

6

17

Hazelwood, C.H.

The Mother's Dying Child--Original drama in three acts

1864

7

17

Hill, F.S., Esq.

The Shoemaker of Toulouse or The Avenger of Humble Life--Drama in four acts

1834

8

17

Hill, F.S., Esq.

The Six Degrees of Crime or Wine, Women, Gambling, Theft--Melodrama in six parts

1856

9

17

Hook, Theodore Edward, Esq. (J.H. Ring)

Tekeli or The Siege of Montgatz-Melodrama in three acts

n.d.

10

17

Howard, Bronson

Saratoga or Pistols for Seven--Comic drama in five acts

1874

11

17

Howard, Bronson

Young Mrs. Winthrop--Play in four acts

1899

12

17

Hugo, Victor (See Weston, J.M.)

Lucretia Borgia

n.d.

13

17

Irving, Henry

English Actors--their characteristics and their methods

1886

14

17

Jerrold, Douglas, Esq. (signed A.J. Foster?)

Black-eyed Susan or All in the Downs--Nautical and domestic melo-drama in three acts

1841

15

17

Jerrold, Douglas, Esq.

The Golden Calf--Comedy in three acts

1832

16

17

Jerrold, Douglas (signed G.T. Marchant)

The Prisoner of War--Comedy in two acts

1842

17

17

Jerrold, Douglas (Chas, F. Mestayer?)

The Rent Day--Domestic drama in three acts

1846

18

17

Johnson, Samuel, L.L.D. (See Shakespeare, William)

All's well that ends well

n.d.

19

17

Johnstone, J.B.

The Gipsy Farmer or Jack and Jack's brother--Drama in two acts

1849

20

17

Jones, Henry A.

Harmony--Domestic drama in one act

1879

21

17

Jones, Henry A.

An Old Master--Comedy in one act

n.d.

22

17

Keating, Miss (Miss Julia May with author's compliments)

Plays for the Parlour

n.d.

23

17

Kelley, Daniel

Deep as the Sea--An episode of the diamond fields

n.d.

24

17

Leeds, Josiah W.  (J.O. Jackson)

The Theatre--An Essay upon the non-accordancy of stage-plays with the Christian profession

1886

25

17

Levy, S. Yates

The Italian Bride--Play in five acts

1856

26

17

Macready, Mrs.

Memoir with opinions of the press

1857

27

17

Mahler, Gustav

Eighth Symphony thematic analysis by Richard Specht--English version Philip H. Goepp

1916

28

17

Marshall, Thomas, Esq. (J.O. Jackson)

Lives of the most celebrated actors and actresses

1846

29

17

A farce in one act

Mariana or The Coquette--Comedy in three acts

1868

30

17

Morton, John M., Esq.

A Husband to Order--Serio Comic Drama in two acts

n.d.

31

17

Morton, John Maddison, Esq.

A Regular Fix! Farce in one act

1860

32

17

Murray, Lindley (JO Jackson)

Extracts from the writings of divers eminent authors.... evils & pernicious effects of stage plays

1799

33

17

Nobles, Milton

Shop Talk--Stage stories &anecdotes of the theatre, reminiscences, dialogues, character sketches

1890

34

17

O'Keefe, John, Esq.

The Dead Alive or Double Funeral--Comic opera in two acts

1789

35

17

O'Keefe, John, Esq. (Warren & Wood?)

The Farmer--presented by Geo. Washington Page, Esq. in 1855 when Chestnut Theatre demolished

1800

36

17

Pollack, Walter Herries & Lady Pollock

Amateur Theatricals

1879

37

17

Rodwell, G.H.

Teddy the Tiler--Orig

n.d.

38

17

Rostand, Edmond

L'Aiglon--Play in six acts (act 2)

1900

39

17

Shakespeare, William

Coriolanus or the Roman Matron--tragedy in five acts

n.d.

40

17

Shakespeare, William

Julius Caesar

n.d.

41

17

Shakespeare, William

The Merchant of Venice--Comedy in five acts (Miss Pinckney as Leonardo, Balthazar, Stephano)

n.d.

42

17

Shakespeare, William (John E. Owens)

Mid-summer Night's Dream--Comedy in three acts

n.d.

43

17

Shakespeare, William

Much ado about Nothing--Comedy in five acts (Miss Pinckney as Borachio, Friar

1875

44

17

Shakespeare, William (John E. Owens)

The Tempest--Play in five acts

n.d.

45

17

Shakespeare, William (John E. Owens)

Twelfth Night or What you will--Comedy in five acts

n.d.

46

17

Shakespeare, William

Tragedy of Macbeth as produced by Edwin Booth

1868

47

17

Simms, W. Gilmore

Atlantis:  A Story of the Sea

1848

48

17

Stevens, Thomas Wood (Robt W. Hyde)

A pageant of the Italian Renaissance

1909

49

17

Taylor, Bayard (R. Hawley?)

Prince Deukalion:  A lyrical drama

1878

50

17

Wilson, T. Walter (J.O. Jackson)

Dramatic Notes--An Illustrated Year-book of the Stage

1881-1882

51

17

Witherspoon, Rev. John, D.D., L.L.D.

A serious inquiry into the nature and effects of the stage & Burning of the Theatre at Richmond

1818

52

17

The Theatre

Remarks on the Theatre and of the Late Fire at Richmond, in Virginia

1814

53

17

Calamity at Richmond

A Narrative of the conflagration of the theatre

1811

54

17