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THE 1980 U.S.G.F. INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS
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THE 1980 U.S.G.F. INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS

By United States Gymnastic Federation

New York: George Fenmore, 1980. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. (22)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Bound in pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Spectators' guide and competition form with unused score cards. Event held at the Hartford Civic Center.

$22.00

NEW YORK CITY BALLET:  Souvenir program and calendar, 1984-1986
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NEW YORK CITY BALLET: Souvenir program and calendar, 1984-1986

By Emerson, Jane, editor

New York: Souvenir Book Publishers, 1985. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. (36)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Lists the dancers along with articles on: "George Balanchine" by Lincoln Kirstein; "Peter Martins" by Mike Steele; "Jerome Robbins" by Mike Steele; "Poulenc Sonata"; "Gounod Symphony"; "Eight Lines"; "Firebird"; "Cortege Hongrois"; "Eight Miniatures"; &c. Bound in color-pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9"

$28.00

"THE NUTCRACKER":  A Classical Ballet in 2 Acts, 4 Scenes and Prologue
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"THE NUTCRACKER": A Classical Ballet in 2 Acts, 4 Scenes and Prologue

By New York City Ballet

New York: New York City Ballet, 1973. Softcover. Fine. pp: 31, (1); illustrated throughout from photographs. Includes a two-page essay by W.H. Auden, "Ballet's Present Eden: Example of The Nutcracker." Bound in color-pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program.

$28.00

THE NEW YORK EXPERIENCE--TRANS-LUX EXPERIENCE THEATER: ROCKEFELLER CENTER...
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THE NEW YORK EXPERIENCE--TRANS-LUX EXPERIENCE THEATER: ROCKEFELLER CENTER...

By Russell, Rusty

New York: George Fenmore, 1980. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. (18)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Bound in pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program.

$17.00

THE NEGRO ENSEMBLE COMPANY PRODUCTION OF "A SOLDIER'S PLAY" .... Place: Fort Neal, Louisiana.  Time: 1944
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THE NEGRO ENSEMBLE COMPANY PRODUCTION OF "A SOLDIER'S PLAY" .... Place: Fort Neal, Louisiana. Time: 1944

By Fuller, Charles

New York: George Fenmore, 1983. Softcover. Fine. (18)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Bound in pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program. Murder mystery involving the murder of a black sergeant on a Louisiana army base during World War II, with racial overtones.

$39.00

"ICE DANCING"--Starring John Curry and JoJo Starbuck...
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"ICE DANCING"--Starring John Curry and JoJo Starbuck...

By Curry, John

New York: George Fenmore, 1977. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. (18)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Includes "John Curry: An Appreciation" by Patricia Barnes, and "John Curry: One Skater's Life" by Barbara Newman. Bound in color-pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program.

$17.00

HUME CRONYM, ANNE JACKSON, ELI WALLACH IN "PROMENADE ALL,"  A NEW COMEDY...
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HUME CRONYM, ANNE JACKSON, ELI WALLACH IN "PROMENADE ALL," A NEW COMEDY...

By Robison, David V.

New York: Larc, Inc, 1972. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. (14)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Bound in decorated wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program.

$22.00

MURRAY LOUIS DANCE COMPANY
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MURRAY LOUIS DANCE COMPANY

By Lampert, Anne, editor

New York: George Fenmore, 1979. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. (18)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Bound in color-pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program.

$22.00

COQUELICO:  THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF PRAGUE.  In cooperation with Michael Butler, Gene Kelly, Alan Jay Lerner...
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COQUELICO: THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF PRAGUE. In cooperation with Michael Butler, Gene Kelly, Alan Jay Lerner...

By Coquelin, Olivier

New York: George Fenmore, 1979. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. (18)pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. Bound in decorated wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program from this multimedia circus show from the National Theatre of Prague.

$22.00

"THE NUTCRACKER":  SOUVENIR BOOK
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"THE NUTCRACKER": SOUVENIR BOOK

By Hoffmann, E.T.A. & Alexandre Dumas

New York: Souvenir Book Publishers, 1977. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. (34)pp; full-page color plates throughout, some with text on facing leaves. Bound in color-pictorial wrappers, 12" x 9" Souvenir program.

$28.00

GROUP OF 35 PICTORIAL MUSIC FOLIOS:  Containing words and music to songs performed in films of the 1930s
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GROUP OF 35 PICTORIAL MUSIC FOLIOS: Containing words and music to songs performed in films of the 1930s

By American Movie Music

various places: various publishers, 1930. First Editions. Softcover. Very Good. Listed by film, company, song title, and lyricist/composer: ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND, 20th C Fox; "Alexander's Ragtime Band", Irving Berlin. BARBARIAN, MGM; "Love Songs of the Nile", Freed & Brown. BIG BROADCAST OF 1937, Paramount; "You Came to My Rescue", Robin & Rainger. COLLEGE HUMOR, Paramount; "Learn to Croon", Coslow & Johnston; COWBOY FROM BROOKLYN, Warner Bros.; "Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride", Johnny Mercer; CROONER, Vitaphone; "Sweethearts Forever", Friend & Caesar; DAMES, Warner Bros.; "I Only Have Eyes for You", Dubin & Warren; DANCING SWEETIES, Warner Bros & Vitapone; "Kiss Waltz", Dubin & Burke; FIREFLY, MGM; "Giannina Mia", Harbach & Friml; FLIRTATION WALK, First National & Vitaphone; "Mr. & Mrs. Is the Name", Dixon & Wrubel; FOOTLIGHT PARADE, Warner Bros.; "Honeymoon Hotel", Dubin & Warren; GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS, Fox Film; "Hold My Hand", Yellen & Henderson; GIVE ME A SAILOR, Paramount; "What Goes on Here in My Heart", Robin & Rainger; GO INTO YOUR DANCE, First National; "About A Quarter to Nine", Dubin & Warren; GOING HOLLYWOOD, Cosmopolitan; "We'll Make Hay While the Sun Shines", Freed & Brown; GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933, Warner Bros & Vitaphone; "Shadow Waltz", Dubin & Warren; GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933, First National; "I'm Goin' Shoppin' with You", Dubin & Warren; GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933, First National; "Lullaby of Broadway", Dubin & Warren; HARD TO GET, Warner Bros.; "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby", Warren & Mercer; HELLO, EVERYBODY!, Paramount; "Moon Song", Coslow & Johnston; KID MILLIONS, Samuel Goldwyn; "Okay Toots", Kahn & Donaldson; MOULIN ROUGE, 20th Century; "Coffee in the Morning and Kisses in the Night", Dubin & Warren; MOULIN ROUGE, 20th Century; "Song of Surrender", Dubin & Warren; MURDER AT THE VANITIES, Paramount; "Cocktails for Two", Johnston & Coslow; NEW YORK TOWN, Columbia; "You Oughta Be in Pictures", Heyman & Suesse; ONE HEAVENLY NIGHT, Samuel Goldwyn; "Heavenly Night", Eliscu & Brown; SHOW BUSINESS, RKO Radio Pictures; "It Had to Be You", Kahn & Jones; SING, BABY, SING, Movietone; "You Turned the Tables on Me", Mitchell & Alter; SOME LIKE IT HOT, Paramount; "The Lady's in Love with You", Loesser & Lane; STINGAREE, RKO-Radio Pictures; "Tonight Is Mine", Kahn & Harling; SWEET MUSIC, Warner Bros.; "Ev'ry Day", Kahal & Fain; TOO MUCH HARMONY, Paramount; "Thanks", Johnston & Coslow; TIMES SQUARE LADY, MGM; "What's the Reason (I'm Not Pleasin' You)?, Poe and Grier & Tomlin and Hatch; TOP HAT, RKO-Radio; "Cheek to Cheek", Irving Berlin; TWENTY MILLION SWEETHEARTS, Warner Bros.; "I'll String Along with You", Dubin & Warren. Occasional music store stamp or light name.

$220.00

UNCLE SAM PRESENTS IRVING BERLIN'S ALL SOLDIER SHOW, "THIS IS THE ARMY" -- Company of 300 Soldiers: Souvenir Book.  Written and designed by Sergeant Michael Wardell
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UNCLE SAM PRESENTS IRVING BERLIN'S ALL SOLDIER SHOW, "THIS IS THE ARMY" -- Company of 300 Soldiers: Souvenir Book. Written and designed by Sergeant Michael Wardell

By Berlin, Irving

NY: Broadway Theatre, 1942. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 18pp; illustrated throughout from candid photographs of the show. Bound in pictorial stiff wrappers, 12" x 9" The money raised by this super-patriotic show went to the Army Emergency Relief Fund "to alleviate hardship and distress suffered by families of the men of the Service."

$22.00

DOROTHY HODGKIN DORSEY PRESENTS JOHN CHARLES THOMAS, BARITONE:  Sunday Afternoon, Oct. 15, 1939, Constitution Hall, Washington
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DOROTHY HODGKIN DORSEY PRESENTS JOHN CHARLES THOMAS, BARITONE: Sunday Afternoon, Oct. 15, 1939, Constitution Hall, Washington

By Thomas, John Charles

Washington DC: Mrs. Dorsey's Concert Bureau, 1939. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 16pp; several illustrations from photographs. Bound in pictorial wrappers. Signed twice on the cover by John Charles Thomas and with a few bars of music inked in the upper margin. 8.75" x 6" John Charles Thomas (1891-1960) was a Pennsylvania-born star of opera and operetta as well as a popular concert baritone and occasional star of hit Broadway musicals. The program for this concert included nine selections sung by Mr. Thomas.

$83.00

FRED WARING'S PENNSYLVANIANS:  Souvenir Program
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FRED WARING'S PENNSYLVANIANS: Souvenir Program

By Waring, Fred

Delaware Water Gap, PA: Shawnee Press, 1954. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 16pp; text illustrated from photographs. Bound in pictorial wrappers, 11" x 8.5". A prior owner's tidy notes on the covers and throughout, amplify the printed program notes.

$17.00

JUDY GARLAND, 1922-1969:  A Special Tribute Issue.  Introduction by Joe Morella and Edward Z. Epstein.  Liza Minnelli: I Remember Mama.  Judy's Movies
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JUDY GARLAND, 1922-1969: A Special Tribute Issue. Introduction by Joe Morella and Edward Z. Epstein. Liza Minnelli: I Remember Mama. Judy's Movies

By Garland, Judy

NY: Skywald, 1969. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 66pp; illustrated throughout from photographs, including four in color on both sides of the covers. Bound in color-pictorial wrappers, 11" x 8.25"

$17.00

THE BIGGEST SHOW OF STARS FOR '57 ... Company of 100.  Harold Cromer, M.C. [Souvenir Program]
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THE BIGGEST SHOW OF STARS FOR '57 ... Company of 100. Harold Cromer, M.C. [Souvenir Program]

By Super Attractions

USA: Super Attractions, 1957. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. 24pp; illustrated throughout from photographs. This hard-to-find program contains portraits (some full-page with facsimile signatures) and brief biographies of the performers in this early rhythm & blues/rock n roll show. Bound in pictorial stiff wrappers, 12" x 9" On the bill were: Fats Domino and His Orchestra; Clyde McPhatter; Bill Doggett with Crying Tommy Brown; LaVern Baker; Chuck Berry; The Moonglows; The Five Keys; The Five Satins; Ann Cole; Eddie Cooley and the Dimples; Charles Brown; The School Boys; Paul Williams and His Big Band.

$220.00

HOUSTON FIRE DEPARTMENT ALL STAR JAMBOREE:  SAM HOUSTON COLISEUM.  Starring--in person-- The Crew Cuts, Homer & Jethro, Slim Whitman, Maddox Bros. & Rose, Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely, The Texas Stompers, Sonny James, Belew Twins, Hank Locklin, Hank Morton, Johnny Hicks MC, Sandy Sandifer and Band.  Ed McLemore, Producer
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HOUSTON FIRE DEPARTMENT ALL STAR JAMBOREE: SAM HOUSTON COLISEUM. Starring--in person-- The Crew Cuts, Homer & Jethro, Slim Whitman, Maddox Bros. & Rose, Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely, The Texas Stompers, Sonny James, Belew Twins, Hank Locklin, Hank Morton, Johnny Hicks MC, Sandy Sandifer and Band. Ed McLemore, Producer

By Texas, Houston

Houston, Texas: Houston Fire Department, 1955. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. Original program. (8)pp, printed in blue and red; 15 illustrations from photographs. Includes a portrait and a biographical sketch of each performer. Bound in self-wrappers, 11" x 8.5" Benefit Houston Firemen's Pension and Benevolent Fund, with credit to supervision by Chief J.W Lobue.

$83.00

AMERICAN PLAYS PRINTED 1714-1830:  A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
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AMERICAN PLAYS PRINTED 1714-1830: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORD

By Hill, Frank Pierce, compiler

New York: Burt Franklin, 1970. Reprint. Hardcover. Fine. pp: xi, (i), 152; frontispiece and full-page view of the Park Theater, New York. Bound in brown cloth, gilt spine lettering. 7.25" x 5" Contains 347 entries, some annotated. This bibliography was first published by Lenox Hill in 1934.

$22.00

CARTE DE VISITE OF PRINCE ALBERT EDWARD [later Edward VII] AND PRINCESS ALEXANDRA AND PRINCE VICTOR,  PHOTOGRAPHED BY HILLS & SAUNDERS OF ETON & OXFORD
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CARTE DE VISITE OF PRINCE ALBERT EDWARD [later Edward VII] AND PRINCESS ALEXANDRA AND PRINCE VICTOR, PHOTOGRAPHED BY HILLS & SAUNDERS OF ETON & OXFORD

By Albert Edward and Alexandra

London: A. Maron, Son & Co, 1870. Original document. Good. Sepiatone image of the family group. Below the image is printed "Prince & Princess of Wales & Prince Victor." Image from the ca. 1865 original is lightly foxed. On the verso: "Photographers to Her Majesty the Queen - H.R.H. the Prince of Wales / Hills & Saunders / Eton & Oxford," and the publisher's imprint. 4" x 2.5"

$28.00

CARTE DE VISITE OF ENGLISH-AMERICAN ACTOR GEORGE HOLLAND, PHOTOGRAPHED BY GURNEY & SON
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CARTE DE VISITE OF ENGLISH-AMERICAN ACTOR GEORGE HOLLAND, PHOTOGRAPHED BY GURNEY & SON

By Holland, George

New York: Gurney, 1860. Original document. Very Good. Head-and-shoulders sepiatone image of Holland in coat and vest, dickey and bow tie, looking slightly to his left. Below the image is printed "Gurney & Son, Fifth Ave., N.Y.," over which is written in ink "Geo. Holland" [not an authentic signature]. Holland (1791-1870) was born in London. After playing minor roles there and in Liverpool, he was performing at the Haymarket Theatre by 1825, and at New York's Bowery Theatre by 1827, toured the South with his "Whims of A Comedian" in the early 1830s, &c.

$72.00

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