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The original band of Sable Harmonists : respectfully announce to the ladies and gentlemen of Troy, two more of their unique and fashionable soirees, to take place at the above hall, on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, December 14th and 15th / consisting of
Title from content of broadside after header information; At head of title: Morris Place Hall.; Broadside advertising ensemble performances of the Sable Harmonists at the Morris Place Hall in Troy, N.Y. on December 14 and 15, 1849.;
Unprecedented combinations of comic talent, for four nights only! : bone squash! the happy man! Virginny mummy! / Mr. T. D. Rice the original great delineator of Negro character, and Mr. Barney Williams the celebrated Irish comedian, who, during the last
Broadside advertising performances by Tom Rice and Barney Williams with ensemble performances of "Bone Squash Diavolo", "Happy Man!", and "Virginny Mummy" at the National Theater in Boston on Monday, November 12, 1849.; Tittle from content of broadside after header information.; At head of title: National Theatre. Corner of Portland and Traverse Streets. Stage manager - Thos. Barry;treasurer - H. ... [description clipped]
Wood's minstrels / H Wood proprietor ; S. A. Wells manager ; Saturday afternoon and evening, March 13th, 1852 they will have the honor of presenting the following varied programme.
Title from content of broadside after header information.; At head of title: Wood's Minstrel Hall, formerly Fellow's Hall, 444 Broadway, above Howard street. Open every night during the week and on Wednesday & Saturday afternoons.; Broadside advertising a three-part performance by Wood's Minstrel Troupe at Wood's Minstrel Hall on Saturday, March 13th, 1852.;
[Second night] of Mr. G. W. Dixon, the distinguished national votary of the comic muse, who will deliver an entirely new Lecture on the Times, in the character of Mawworm.
Title from content of broadside after header information.; At head of title: New Theatre, Front Street.; Broadside advertising musical performances by Mr. G.W. Dixon with ensemble perfomances of the plays, "The Somnambulist", "No!", "The Spoil'd Child", "The Woodsman's Hut", "Eugene Aram", and "Turning the Tables" at the Front Street Theatre in Baltimore on November 7, 1832.; Inscribed on back: "G... [description clipped]

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