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(Two related handbills): Martin Jones Takes Pleasure in Presenting the Drama "Mulatto" at the Ambassador Theatre by  Langston) (HUGHES - First edition - 1936 - from Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA (SKU: 415860)

(Two related handbills): Martin Jones Takes Pleasure in Presenting the Drama "Mulatto" at the Ambassador Theatre

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(Two related handbills): Martin Jones Takes Pleasure in Presenting the Drama "Mulatto" at the Ambassador Theatre

by (HUGHES, Langston)

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New York: Ambassador Theatre, 1936. Unbound. Fine. Two small related handbills for the production of *Mulatto*. Both fine. A publicity card, printed on postcard stock, for Hughes' play, then in its 9th month at the Ambassador Theatre. Attendees are requested to write a comment about the play on the verso, address it to a friend, and the theatre will then post the card for them. Accompanied by another card bearing a character portrait of Mercedes Gilbert, who assumed the role of Cora Lewis in the play on short notice after Rose McClendon fell ill and later died of pneumonia. The card bears the caption of the "Postal Telegraph Guide's Autograph Club," and specifically refers to the production. Uncommon ephemera.

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Bookseller’s Inventory #
415860
Title
(Two related handbills): Martin Jones Takes Pleasure in Presenting the Drama "Mulatto" at the Ambassador Theatre
Author
(HUGHES, Langston)
Format/binding
Unbound
Book condition
Used - Fine
Quantity available
1
Publisher
Ambassador Theatre
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1936
Keywords
Drama, Ephemera, Music, AmerLit20thCent, African-Americana, SouthernAuthor/Interest, Sociology, PoliticalBooks, WesternAmericana
Bookseller catalogs
Drama; Music; African-Americana;

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