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Scenes from the Sublime Spectacle Everywoman

Scenes from the Sublime Spectacle Everywoman

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Scenes from the Sublime Spectacle Everywoman: Her Pilgrimage in Quest of Love


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Folio (13 3/4 X 10 1/4 inches) Detroit, Michigan: Detroit Free Press Printing Co., (circa 1913-1914) promotional advertisement of 8 unnumbered stapled pages, illustrated with full page black and white halftone photo stills of scenes from the play to be performed at Hamburger's Majestic Theatre "Two Weeks Commencing Monday, June 2, Regular Matinees." Title in large letters, cover printed in two colors, original wrappers, good condition (minor bending and curling to edges and margins - not affecting contents).

"Henry W. Savage's $60,000 Musical and Dramatic Production combining all the attractive elements of Drama-Grand Opera-Musical Comedy. The Largest Musical and Dramatic Organization ever toured. 150 People Special Symphony Orchestra. The World's Most Sumptuous Panoramic Pageant."

The Majestic was located at 845 South Broadway. It was built in 1913, and knocked down in the early 1930s. Savage was a theatrical manager. His play "Everywoman" was performed in Los Angeles shortly after the Majestic opened.


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Scenes from the Sublime Spectacle Everywoman
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Detroit Free Press Printing Co.
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Detroit, Michigan
Date Published
(circa) 1913-1914
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California and the West; Los Angeles and Southern California; Ephemera; Promotional; Southern California; Hollywood; American Theater;

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For more than 65 years, we have specialized in rare and out of print books on the Western experience, satisfying a vast and varied clientele. Our focus is on early California and Los Angeles, represented by books, ephemera, paintings, and prints. Fine press, printing history, literature, gastronomy, aviation, railroads, and voyages are also available. Our store opened in downtown Los Angeles in 1954, and is now closed; but we are still available by phone, regular mail, and email. We issue occasional catalogs online.


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