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Theater programs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Durkee Enterprises theatre ephemera collection

Identifier: DURK

Ephemera from one of the oldest and largest Baltimore movie circuits, Durkee Enterprises. The collection is mostly made up of programs, but also includes brochures, newspapers, and magazines from 1922-1965.

Dates: 1922-1965

Ford's Theatre collection

Identifier: MS 0369

This is an artificial collection that contains financial records and theater programs from Ford's Theatre in Baltimore, dated 1880-1917.

Dates: 1880-1917

Friemoth theatre scrapbook

Identifier: 2007-036-LIB

George Dobbin Brown scrapbooks

Identifier: MS 0154

This collection is comprised of 6 scrapbooks kept by George Dobbin Brown (1874-1958).

Dates: 1833 - 1906

Hambleton Theatrical collection

Identifier: MS 3099

This collection documents theater across the ages with a focus on Baltimore-area productions and playhouses. Primarily holds ephemera, such as playbills, tickets, and advertisements, from many important Baltimore theaters, as well as notes from an exhibit on theater history created from collection materials at the Peale Museum in Baltimore

Dates: 1790 - 1941

Mahrenholz collection of Baltimore-German theater photographs

Identifier: PP 0129

This collection contains portraits of theatrical groups at the Deutscher Theater-Verein circa 1939, a wedding anniversary, and a New Year's party (1938-1939) at the Deutsches Haus.

Dates: 1938-1939

Otto Kamberger theater ephemera collection

Identifier: MS 3153

This collection contains ephemera related to Otto Kamberger’s theatrical enterprises in Brunswick, Maryland. There are also items related to other Maryland theaters and theatrical events.

Dates: circa 1900-1910

Theater Playbill collection

Identifier: MS 2415

Collection consists of the printed playbills for Thomas Wall's Maryland Company of Comedians which performed at the Theatre in Annapolis in 1781 and at the New Theatre in Baltimore in 1782.

Dates: 1781 - 1796