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Nancy Brown
Marie Cahill


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Nancy Brown

Published 1903 .
Written in English.

About the Book

Columbia Theatre, absolutely fireproof. Luckett & Dwyer, lessees and managers, N. Stein, treasurer. Marie Cahill in Daniel V. Arthur's production of "Nancy Brown," a musical comedy in two acts. Book by George H. Broadhurst and Frederic Ranken, music by Henry K. Hadley and Cole & Johnson Bros., staged by John Hyams.

Edition Notes

Columbia Theatre, Washington, D.C., week of Monday, October 19, 1903. Matinee Saturday only.

Title devised by Library staff.

Cast: Mr. George C. Boniface, Jr., Mr. Julius Steger, Mr. Harry Brown, Mr. Alf. Grant, Mr. Roy Atwell, Mr. George Beban, Mr. Henry Vogel, Mr. George Damerel, Mr. Edwin Lewis, Mr. Henry Burgess, Miss Cahill, Miss Clara Palmer, Miss Donah Benrimo, Miss Helen Sherwood, Miss Alice Knowton, Miss Josephine Karlin, Miss Maud Sloan, Miss Ruby Paine, Miss Louise Enger, Miss Beatrice Flint, Miss May Brown-Howard, Miss Ethel Hoag, Misses Estelle Rogers, Beth Titus, Sara Spoteswood, Alice Knowlton, Dolly Reynolds, Bertha Wilson, Ellen Claron, Selma La Salle, Laura Clarke, Helen Freeman, Alice Stewart, Mabel Douglas, Lillian Graham, Nellie Dunn, Vella Bradford, Ida Smith, Nellie WOod, Florence Gray, Vera Claron, Messrs. Augusta Reed, L.F. Sampson, Harry Burgess, Maxwell Sargent, W.h. Adams, F.P. McGirr, Joseph Kravenec, Harry Hazleton.

LC copy: imperfect: [8] p. only of program. Shelved under: Nancy Brown.

With advertisement for following weeks performance "A Girl from Dixie". Issued together.

In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).


Library of Congress
PN2093 .A44 1877 no. Thr. E/N

The Physical Object

1 v. (theater program).

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