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Salt Lake Theatre Programs

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Title Salt Lake Theatre Programs
Collection MSS B 44 The Theater Programs Collection, 1866-1997
Publisher Published by Utah State History; digitized by Merrill-Cazier Library, Utah State University; hosted by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1904; 1905
Date Digital 2015-01-29
Source Container Box 2
Spatial Coverage United States; Utah; Salt Lake County; Salt Lake City
Subject Theater--Utah--History--20th century; Salt Lake Theatre; Vaudeville; Utah--Drama; Utah--Music and Musicians; Daniels, Frank, 1860-1935; Bowen, Emma Lucy Gates, 1880-1951; Salt Lake Symphony Orchestra; Elliott, Maxine, 1868-1940; Morris, William, 1861-1936; Dunn, Arthur; Warde, Frederick B., 1851-1935; Kidder, Kathryn; Hopper, Edna Wallace, -1959; Studdiford, Grace van ; Whittlesey, White, 1860 or 1861-1940; Ysaye, Eugene, 1858-1931
Description Program for Frank Daniels in "The Office Boy," September 29-30, October 1, 1904. Program for Emma Lucy Gates and Salt Lake Symphony Orchestra, October 20, 1904. Program for Maxine Elliott in "Her Own Way," November 17-19, 1904. Program for Dorothy Morton in "Glittering Gloria," November 22, 1904. Program for "A Chinese Honeymoon," November 25, 1904. Program for William Morris in "Who's Brown," December 8, 1904; and Arthur Dunn in "The Runaways," December 9-10, 1904. Program for Frederick Warde and Kathryn Kidder in "The Winter's Tale," January 2-3, 1905; and Frederick Warde and Kathryn Kidder in "Salammbo," January 5, 1905. Program for Edna Wallace Hopper in "Captain January," January 12-14, 1905. Program for Rose Melville in "Sis Hopkins," January 20-21, 1905. Program for The Salt Lake Symphony Orchestra, January 16, 1905. Program for "Creatore and his Italian Band," with Joanna Barili, January 27-28, 1905; and Program for William H. West and the "Big Jubilee Minstrels," January 26, 1905. Program for "Mother Goose," March 7-11, 1905. Program for Henry W. Savage's English Grand Opera Company and Orchestra, "Lohengrin," March 27-29, 1905; "Carmen," March 28, 1905; "Tannhaeuser," March 29, 1905; "La Bohem," March 29, 1905. Program for Grace Van Studdiford in "Red Feather," April 3-7, 1905. Program for "Macbeth," April 21, 1905. Program for The Salt Lake Symphony Orchestra, April 19, 1905. Program for White Whittlesey in "Heartsease," May 1, 1905; "The Second in Command," May 2, 1905; and "Soldiers of Fortune," May 3, 1905. Program for performance of Ysaye, May 11, 1905; and "Testimonial to Phil Margetts," May 15, 1905. Program for "Much Ado About Nothing," May 22-23, 1905; "Romeo and Juliet," May 23, 1905.
Type Image; Text
Format image/jpeg
Language eng
Rights Management Online access. Reproduction and use by permission from Utah State History.
Is Part of http://heritage.utah.gov/apps/history/findaids/B00044/B0044.xml
Scanning Technician Matt Wilkinson
Metadata Cataloger Melissa Coy; Matt Brunsvik
Conversion Specifications Original scanned with Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, 21 megapixel digital camera and saved as 400 ppi uncompressed TIFF, 16 bit depth. JP2000 display images generated in CONTENTdm at 20:1 compression ratio with 8 bits.
ARK ark:/87278/s60595vx
Setname dha_tpc
Date Created 2015-02-02
Date Modified 2015-02-02
ID 546849
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s60595vx
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