The American stage of to-day
Eaton, Walter Prichard
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This edition was published in by Small, Maynard and Co. in Boston.

Written in English

338 pages

“Largely descriptions or criticisms of present-day plays and actors, indicating the trend of the theater and its success in satisfying the American public.”
– – A.L.A.Catalog 1904 – 1911

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The American stage of to-day.
1908, Small, Maynard
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The American stage of to-day
1908, Small, Maynard and Company
in English
Cover of: The American stage of to-day
The American stage of to-day
1908, Small, Maynard and Company
in English
Cover of: The American stage of to-day.
The American stage of to-day.
1908, Small, Maynard
Cover of: The American stage of to-day
The American stage of to-day
1908, Small, Maynard and Co.
in English
Cover of: The American stage of to-day.
The American stage of to-day.
1908, Small, Maynard
in English

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The American stage of to-day

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“Largely descriptions or criticisms of present-day plays and actors, indicating the trend of the theater and its success in satisfying the American public.”
– – A.L.A.Catalog 1904 – 1911

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The American stage of to-day

This edition was published in by Small, Maynard and Co. in Boston.


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Dewey Decimal Class
792
Library of Congress
PN2266 .E3

The Physical Object

Pagination
x p., 1 l., 338 p.
Number of pages
338

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL21270128M

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