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A vaudevil, sung by the characters at the conclusion of a new farce called the Boston blockade. [Five eight line verse] [Boston: Printed by John House, 1776].

A vaudevil, sung by the characters at the conclusion of a new farce ca...

Positive Photostat.; Verse.; Boston Blockade. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 3 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collect... More

Theatre. on Saturday evening, October 27th 1810, will be presented (Last time) a comedy in five acts, (now performing with great applause in London) called, High life in the City ... To which will be added, a celebrated farce, called Who's the d

Theatre. on Saturday evening, October 27th 1810, will be presented (La...

1049 B11 0 26 42.; Rec. R. B. 10-30-42.; On verso: Park Theatre, N.Y.; 1049 B11 02642. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. P... More

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

70344 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Pat, "Wow! Wow! but it's awful."; Schmelzer, "How can she liv mid such a face?" Created and "copyrighted 1898 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin, U.S.A." ... More

A musical farce comedy, The air ship by J.M. Gaites.

A musical farce comedy, The air ship by J.M. Gaites.

Caption: A spring morning in Dawson City. Created and "copyright 1898 by The H.C. Miner Litho. Co., N.Y." No. 6322. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Caption: Oh! Mama. Created and "copyright 1898 by The H.C. Miner Litho. Co., N.Y." No. 6170. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

"Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: A funny story. Created and "copyrighted 1898 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin, U.S.A." Direction of Charles Marks. Lower right corner is missing. No. 3497. Forms part of: Theatrica... More

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

72239 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: All over. Created and "copyrighted 1898 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin, U.S.A." Direction of Charles Marks. No. 3496. Forms part of: Theatrical poster... More

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

This is it, Johnny on the spot a "Bill Nye" musical farce.

70343 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Who wins? Created and "copyrighted 1898 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin, U.S.A." Direction of Charles Marks. No. 3499. Forms part of: Theatrical poster... More

This is it, Johnny on the spot a Bill Nye musical farce, "nuff sed".

This is it, Johnny on the spot a Bill Nye musical farce, "nuff sed".

66213 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Created and "copyrighted 1898 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin, U.S.A." Direction of Charles Marks. No. 3504. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Librar... More

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

"Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Madeline Marshall. Caption: The Dresden doll. Created and "copyright 1898 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin, U.S.A." No. 3229. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library o... More

Why Smith left home Broadhurst's latest farce : by George H. Broadhurst, author of What happened to Jones.

Why Smith left home Broadhurst's latest farce : by George H. Broadhurs...

46412 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Don't say a word. Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co, Cin., U.S.A." No. 3973. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library... More

A hired girl the big farce comedy success.

A hired girl the big farce comedy success.

14047 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Watch her, she is funny. Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin., U.S.A." No. 3664. Piece missing from upper right side. Forms p... More

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst, author of What happened to Jones, The wrong Mr. Wright.

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst...

26418 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Act II: A "touching" scene. Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin., U.S.A." No. 3846. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collecti... More

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst, author of What happened to Jones.

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst...

37098 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Auntie, have a piece of cake? Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin., U.S.A." No. 3926. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collec... More

Who is who the real thing in farce comedy.

Who is who the real thing in farce comedy.

Caption: Act 2nd A basket dilemma. Created by The U.S. Printing Co., Russell-Morgan Print, Cincinnati & New York. No. 4190. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

A hired girl the big farce comedy success.

A hired girl the big farce comedy success.

14049 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: She is great. Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin., U.S.A." No. 3665. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst, author of What happened to Jones.

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst...

"Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Take all the lessons you want. Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin., U.S.A." No. 3923. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst, author of What happened to Jones.

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst...

38628 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: Oh, what a headache! Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin., U.S.A." No. 3924. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Lib... More

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst, author of What happened to Jones.

Broadhurst's latest farce, Why Smith left home by George H. Broadhurst...

37095 U.S. Copyright Office "Russell-Morgan Print." Caption: If she leaves to-day, you get one hundred dollars. Created and "copyrighted 1899 by The U.S. Printing Co., Cin., U.S.A." No. 3925. Forms part of: The... More

Smyth & Rice present Willie Collier in his new farce Mr. Smooth

Smyth & Rice present Willie Collier in his new farce Mr. Smooth

Created and "copyright 1899 by The Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati & New York." N.Y. no. 8736. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Charles Frohman presents the latest Parisian farce success, The husbands of Leontine

Charles Frohman presents the latest Parisian farce success, The husban...

Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

The big farce comedy, Hello Bill a whole lot of fun - in 3 hours.

The big farce comedy, Hello Bill a whole lot of fun - in 3 hours.

Caption: Bunch of big bills: Ha! Ha!! Ha!!! Created and "copyright 1900, by The H.C. Miner Litho. Co., N.Y." No. 7851. Some pieces of poster missing. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Mark E. Swan's latest farcical success, the effervescent ecstasy, Whose baby are you? a splendid cast present this fantastic farce.

Mark E. Swan's latest farcical success, the effervescent ecstasy, Whos...

D12997 U.S. Copyright Office Created and "copyright, 1900, by The U.S. Printing Co, Russell-Morgan Print, Cincinnati & New York." Direction, Fitzgerald Murphy. No. 4644. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collect... More

Broadhurst's latest farce, The house that Jack built by Geo. H. Broadhurst.

Broadhurst's latest farce, The house that Jack built by Geo. H. Broadh...

"Author of What happened to Jones, Why Smith left home, The wrong Mr. Wright, etc., etc." Created and "copyright, 1900, by the U.S. Printing Co., Russell-Morgan Print., Cincinnati & New York." No. 4818. Forms p... More

Broadhurst's latest farce, The house that Jack built by Geo. H. Broadhurst.

Broadhurst's latest farce, The house that Jack built by Geo. H. Broadh...

D16861 U.S. Copyright Office "Author of What happened to Jones, Why Smith left home, The wrong Mr. Wright, etc., etc." Created and "copyright, 1900, by the U.S. Printing Co., Russell-Morgan Print., Cincinnati &... More

Percy G. Williams presents The four Mortons breaking into society a musical farce in three acts.

Percy G. Williams presents The four Mortons breaking into society a mu...

Caption: Who said A.P.A.? Created and "copyright 1905 by The U.S. Lithograph Co., Russell-Morgan Print, Cincinnati & New York." Music by Gus Edwards; play by Lee Arthur and Robert B. Smith. No. 8625. Forms part... More

On duty, George Kleine presents the uproarious melodramatic farce by Augustine McHugh, Officer 666 in five parts

On duty, George Kleine presents the uproarious melodramatic farce by A...

Motion picture poster for "Officer 666" shows a caricature of a policeman with arms raised as if directing traffic. "From the play by arrangement with Messrs. Geo. M. Cohan and Sam Harris." Title from item.

Cupid turns the tables

Cupid turns the tables

Motion picture poster for "Cupid turns the tables" shows a man standing in the middle of two women all with their eyes wide and mouths open in surprise; one woman clutches the man's arm. Title from item. Captio... More

You never can tell A Selig farce comedy.

You never can tell A Selig farce comedy.

Motion picture poster for "You Never can Tell" shows two men dressed as gladiators in front of a motion picture camera. In the lower left is an insert for "Who Got Stung" showing a group of women attacking a g... More

Popular Priced Theatre presents a hilarious farce by Paul Vulpius "Help yourself."

Popular Priced Theatre presents a hilarious farce by Paul Vulpius "Hel...

Poster for Federal Theatre Project presentation of "Help Yourself" at the Adelphi Theatre, showing a man with his finger to his lips and holding a bag of money. Date stamped on verso: Sep 12 1936. Work Projects... More

[Two contact sheets showing young adults acting in a medical farce and in a song and dance production, and African American and other children playing around and climbing on street sign at the corner of Cowell and Pride streets, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]

[Two contact sheets showing young adults acting in a medical farce and...

Illus. in album: A city experienced: Pittsburgh, Pa., a photographic interpretation / W. Eugene Smith, v. 2, E5-R184 & E5-R185.

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Includes image of theater poster advertising play: Coming! Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken. Caption: Gosh! Ain't that a bird! Created and "copyrighted by The H.C. Miner Litho. Co., N.Y." No. 6171. Forms ... More

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken

Includes image of theater poster advertising play: Coming! Selden's funny farce, A spring chicken. Caption: Gosh! Ain't that a bird! Created and "copyrighted by The H.C. Miner Litho. Co., N.Y." No. 6171. Forms ... More

The roaring success, George H. Broadhurst's latest farce, What happened to Jones

The roaring success, George H. Broadhurst's latest farce, What happene...

C259505 U.S. Copyright Office "An 18 karat comedy without a flaw N.Y. Telegram; You laugh until the tears roll down your cheeks Alan Dale-N.Y. journal." Broadhurst Bros., proprietors. Caption: Jones gets his wi... More

The roaring success, George H. Broadhurst's latest farce, What happened to Jones

The roaring success, George H. Broadhurst's latest farce, What happene...

C259505 U.S. Copyright Office "An 18 karat comedy without a flaw N.Y. Telegram; You laugh until the tears roll down your cheeks Alan Dale-N.Y. journal." Broadhurst Bros., proprietors. Caption: Jones gets his wi... More

The funny farce comedy, The prodigal father

The funny farce comedy, The prodigal father

C249093 U.S. Copyright Office Caption: Fanny Temple. Created and "copyright 1897 by The H.C. Miner Litho. Co., N.Y." Lower corners missing. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

The funny farce comedy, The prodigal father

The funny farce comedy, The prodigal father

C249093 U.S. Copyright Office Caption: Fanny Temple. Created and "copyright 1897 by The H.C. Miner Litho. Co., N.Y." Lower corners missing. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Proposals for printing by subscription a dramatic piece, or political farce entitled, Federalism triumphant in the steady habits of Connecticut or, The turnpike-road to a fortune .... [n.p., 1802?].

Proposals for printing by subscription a dramatic piece, or political ...

1. Chester, Leonard, 1750-1803. Federalism triumphant. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portf... More