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PREFATORY NOTE. 

Under the provisions of the. act of Congress approved July 8, 1870, "An act to 
revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights," 
the registration of works in which copyright was claimed was transferred to the 
Library of Congress. The first registration under this act was dated July 10, 1870, 
and the fu-st registration for a dramatic work was made on July 21 , the same year. 
The present catalogue of Dramatic Compositions Copyrighted in the United States 
includes all titles for dramatic works registered from July 21, 1870, to December 31, 
1916, inclusive; upwards of 60,000 titles. It does not represent, however, a collec- 
tion of the same number of deposited works. Under the legislation in force from 
July 8, 1870 to July 1, 1909, it was customary to file the title-page of the di-ama in 
advance of the deposit of copies and subsequently deposit the required copies. The 
result has been that a great many titles were filed for registration which were not 
followed by the deposit of copies. This was especially so in the case of dramas, and 
it is estimated that in more than 20,000 cases, while the title has been recorded, no 
copies have been received. It has been deemed advisable to include in this catalogue 
all titles recorded ; and where no copies have been found, the failure to receive them 
is indicated by the omission of any date of copies received. 

By the copyright act of 1909, the preliminary deposit of the title-page was 
abolished and registration has only been possible upon the deposit of the dramatic 
work, two copies in the case of a published drama and one manuscript copy in the 
case of an unpublished play (where "copies have not been reproduced for sale"). 

This catalogue it is hoped will speak for itself. The bibliographical form was 
adopted after careful consideration of the many questions involved. It is thought 
that the arrangement by titles in one alphabet for the whole collection will prove the 
most serviceable. The titles in this alphabet are numbered consecutively, and from 
the index the citation is to the number following the title of each play, instead of to the 
printed page. This direct citation it is believed will be found a distinct advantage. 
A supplementary alphabet includes the titles registered while the printing was in 
progress, and contains about 3,500 titles. 

Because of the great bulk of the work, it has been necessary to make each 
entry in a very condensed form and to supply the facts to be recorded, and which 
are repeated in relation to each title — name and address of claimant; date of deposit 
of title and registration; date of publication (for pubHshed dramas), and date of 
deposit, together with class designation and entry number — in an arbitrarily devised 
form of abbreviated statement. ^This should be properly understood to prevent 
mistakes. Following this prefatory note are printed careful explanations with 
examples. The different provisions of the various copjTighted laws should be 
clearly borne in mind to correctly interpret the indications found in the cop}Tight 
paragraph follo^^^ng each title. From 1870 to June 30, 1909, the date of the regis- 
tration of the title-page was the date upon which the term of copyright protection 
began to run. From July 1, 1909, this is so only in the case of unpublished dramas 
C'not reproduced in copies for sale"); but the beginning of this term of copyright 
is indicated by the date of the receipt of one manuscript copy (the deposit of a 
title-page having been abrogated). Since July 1, 1909, however, the beginning of 



PREFATORY NOTE. 

the copyright protection in the case of each dramatic work pubHshed since that 
date is the date of 'publication, which is indicated by the arbitrary sign © C' copy- 
righted") authorized by the copyright act, followed by such stated date of pubhca- 
tion. 

From 1870 to 1899 all copyi-ight registrations were made without any class 
designation of the worlvs in one series of numbered entries for each year. To 
indicate such entries the year date is followed by the entry number (e. g., "1875: 
13297"). 

Dimng the year 1900 the cop}Tight records were for more convenient use 
divided into four classes: "A," "B," ''C," and "D." In this classification dra- 
matic compositions were designated "A." From 1901 the class designation *'D" 
was used up to July 1, 1909, and after that date also under the express provision of 
section 5 of the copyright act which then went into effect. The entries for all classes 
of copyright works were given a new series of twentieth centur}^ numbers from Janu- 
ary 1, 1901, and the designation briefly indicated (e. g., dramatic compositions, 
''xxc, class D, No. 18971"). 

The main alphabet of the titles of the registered dramas contains cross-references 
from aU alternative, or secondary or translated titles; and also from the titles of all 
plays contained in any volume or volumes of collected dramas. The alphabet of 
titles is followed by an alphabetical index containing references from the names of 
aU authors, joint authoi-s, editors, translatoi's, and copyi-ight proprietors; together 
with cross-references from pen-names, pseudonyms, etc. 

This catalogue was under contemplation and was carefidly planned for many 
yeai-s before it became possible to carry out the work. The supervision of the final 
preparation of the catalogue was intrusted to Mi*. Henry S. Parsons, Chief of the 
Catalogue and Index Division of the Copyi-ight Office, and he has devoted to the 
details of the work um-emitting care and attention. The original title cards were 
prepared by the indexing and cataloguing force of his division, but the task of 
unifying the title entries, making sm'e of absolute accuracy, and the general editing 
of the printer's copy from A to Z has been the work of Mrs. Mary Wright Davis. 
Faithful and intelligent assistance in this task has been rendered by Dr. Woodbmy 
Pulsifer and Mi". Earl M. Jeffrey, and the titles in foreign languages have been care- 
fully revised by Dr. George C. Keidel, all members of the Copyi-ight Office force. 

The cojjyi-ight act provides that the register of copyi-ights at stated intervals 
shall print complete and indexed catalogues for each class of copyi-ight entries, and 
expressly provides that such consolidated catalogues and indexes shall be supplied 
" to all persons ordering them at such prices as may be determined to be reasonable" 
by the Superintendent of Public Documents. In accordance with this provision of 
law 1,000 copies of the present work is offered to subscribei-s at a price of $4 for the 
set of tAvo volumes, bound in cloth. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thorvald Solberg, 

Register of Copyriglits. 
Herbert Putnam, 

Lihrarian of Con/p'ess. 

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EXPLANATIONS WITH EXAMPLES. 

Tlie complete title of the drama is in each case followed by a paragraph con- 
taining (1) the name and address of the copyright owner; (2) the date of the entry; 
(3) the date of the deposit of copies in the Copyright Office; (4) the date of publi- 
cation, for works deposited since July 1, 1909, under the present law; and (5) the 
class designation and registration number by which the entry is identified on the 
copyright records. Since the provisions of the copyright law have been altered 
from time to time during the period covered by this catalogue, the order and sig- 
nificance of the copjTight paragraphs show a corresponding variation. For a com- 
plete guide to these differences reference should be made to the carefully selected 
examples with full explanations and to the list of abbreviations which follow. 

EXAMPLES. 

The actual samples below are followed by explanations to indicate 
the proper reading of the data : 

Aaron Burr; or, The kingdom of silver, liistoi-icr.l drama in 4 acts, by C. E, jqqq*^*''^ P"*^'' *° 
Stouks. Doylestown, O., George A. Corbus, 1887. 

© Cliarles Erastus Stoaks, Doylestown, 0.; 1886; 28114, Dec. 13; 2c. 
Dec. 18, 1877. 36 

Explanation : The above title was received for copyright registra- 
tion in the name of Charles Erastus Stoaks, of Doylestown, Ohio, on 
Dec. 13, 1886, from which date the original 28-year period of 
copyright protection began ; the title was recorded as entry no. 28114 
of that year; two published copies were received to complete the 
entry on Dec. 18, 1887. 

After the circus; farce in 1 act, by Lawrence Chenoweth. Clyde, O., Ames Entries in 1900. 
pub. CO., 1900. 17 p. 12". (Ames's series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 422.) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1900 A : 29671, Dec. 6 ; 2c. Dec. 8. 496 

Explanation : Ames pub. co., claimants of copyright, filed title of 
work on Dec. 6, 1900, from which date the 28-year term of protec- 
tion began; title recorded as entry no. 29671 in Class A of that year; 
two published copies were received on Dec. 8, 1900. 

Across the desert; drama in 4 acts, by Wayne Campbell. Typewritten. jan°*i*^\90l'^^and 
© H. Walter Van Dyke, Baxter. la.; D: 404, Apr. 8, 1901; 2c. May 6, Jufy l,' 1909.' 
1901. 

Explanation: H. W. Van Dyke, of Baxter, Iowa, is the claimant 
of copyright; recorded as Class D, no. 404; title received for regis- 
tration on Apr. 8, 1901, from which date begins the 28-year term of 
protection; two typewritten copies received on May 6, 1901. 

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EXPLANATIONS WITH EXAMPLES 



Dramas registered after Jan. 1, 1901, were given a consecutive 
(century) series of registration numbers as " Class D." 

Entries after Admiral Peters; comedy in 1 act, by W. W. Jacobs and Horace Mills, New 
fSd^ dSas. ^°"' York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd. 13 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 16, 1909; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1909; D: 16812; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 301 

Explanation: Copyright was secured by publication on Sept. 16, 
1909, from which date the 28-year term began; two copies were de- 
posited in the Copyright Office on Sept. 17, 1909, and were recorded 
as Class D, no. 16812, in the name of the claimant, Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 

On July 1, 1909, the revised and consolidated copyright act of Mar. 
4, 1909, went into effect, under which the copyright term, in the case 
of published works, begins from the date of publication with notice 
of copyright, instead of from the date of registration in the Copy- 
light Office as under previous legislation. 

JuF^r mg'^^Um- ^-^^tement (The); drama in 4 acts, by W. B. Carlock. 176 p. obi. 16°. Type- 
published dramas. written. 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1913 ; D : 34193 ; Wayne B. Carlock, San Francisco. 46 

Explanation: One unpublished typewritten copy of the above 
drama was received in the Copyright Office on Aug. 18, 1913, from 
which date the copyright term runs ; it was recorded as Class D, no. 
34193, in the name of the claimant. Wayne B. Carlock, of San 
Francisco. 

Should a drama which is entered as unpublished be subsequently 
published the law provides for the making of a new entry. 

Christus; a mystery in 3 parts, by H. W. liOngfellow. Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1886. 

© Houghton, Mifflin & co., Boston; 1886: 28719, Dec. 16; 2c. Dec. 20. 

7279d 

Same. 

© Ernest W. Longfellow, Cambridge, Mass., in renewal for 14 years 
from Sept. 30, 1900; 1900 A: 12737, May 21. 727!)e 

Same. 

© Ernest W. Longfellow, Cambridge, Mass., as child of the deceased 
author, in extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 5061, Jan. 14, 1914. Ke- 
newal entry May 21, 1900, no. A : 12737. 7279 f 

Explanation : The above three entries show the registration of an 
edition of " Christus " in 1886, a 14-year renewal of the same in 1900, 
and a further 14-year extension of the term in 1914. 

The present copyright law permits a renewal of an entry, during 
the last year of the original term, for a second term of 28 years. If 
such an entry has already been renewed for 14 years under the pre- 
vious law, it can be extended for a further term of 14 years. This 
gives in either case a total of 56 years' protection. 

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Renewal entries. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



© sign to indicate publication or copy- 

right registration 

Ic. 1 copy deposited 

2c. 2 copies deposited 

A Class A, Books 

A ad int. Class A ad interim, Books published 
abroad in English entered for the 
ad Interim term 

A-Foreign Class A-Foreign, Foi'eign books in a 
foreign language 

arr. arranged 

aufl. auflage 

bd. band 

bearb. bearbeitet 

bros. brothers 

O Class C, Musical compositions 

cie. compagnie 

CO. company 

D Class D, Dramatic compositions 

ed. edition, edited 

exr. executor 

front. frontispiece 

g. m. b. h. Gesellschaft mit beschrankter haf- 
tung 

hrsg. herausgegeben 

i. e. that is 

illus. illustration, illustrations 

Impr. imprimerie 

Also the customary abbreviations for names of 



inc. 


incorporated 


jr. 


junior 


1. 


leaf, leaves 


ltd. 


limited 


ms. 


manuscript 


n.p. 


no place of publication 


nar. 


narrow 


no. 


number 


nr. 


numero 


numb. 1. 


numbered leaves 


obi. 


oblong 


p. 


page, pages 


p.l. 


preliminary leaves 


port. 


portrait 


pseud. 


pseudonym 


pt, pts. 


part, parts 


pub. 


publishing 


res. no. 


reservation number, Books entered 




for copyright reservation under 




the act of Mar. 3, 1905 


rev. 


revised 


sr. 


senior 


suppl. 


supplement 


t 


tome 


tr. 


translated, translation 


u. 


und 


T. 


volume, volumes 


vs. 


versus 


nonths and states. 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A chacun son grelot; fantasie en 1 acte, par 
Milo de Meyer et Fernand de Rouvray. 
Paris, C. Joubert. 18 p. 8". 

© Oct. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 2, 1912 ; D : 31516 ; 
Joubert, Paris. 1 

A. D. T. no. 1534. 

© R. A. Barnet, Boston; 1900, A: 10682, 
Apr. 27. 2 

A. D. 1; the year one; or. The charioteer, by 
Cliarles Barnard. 

© Neil Burgess, Highlands, N. J.; 1892: 
29042, July 12. 3 

A. D. 1813; or, America's triumph, a histori- 
cal spectacular naval melodrama in 5 acts, 
by A. A. Stone. Typewritten. 

© Abbie Anna Stone, Milwaukee ; 1893 : 
24544, May 20 ; 2c. June 22. 4 

A. D. 1900; or, What we are coming to, an 
original comedy in 4 acts, by J. Bradford. 

© Joseph Bradford, Boston ; 1879 : 14721, 
Nov. 3. 5 

A. D. 1912; 1 act comedy, by M. E. Moore. 20 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1912; D : 29472 ; Marion E. 
Moore, Stapleton, N. Y. 6 

A. D. 1999; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by M. B. 
Moore. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1912; D: 29167; Marion E. 
Moore, Stapleton, N. Y. 7 

a farce in 3 acts, by M. E. Moore. 46 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1912; D: 30937; Marion E. 
Moore, Stapleton, N. Y. 8 

A, D. 1999, a prophecy; comedy sketch, by J. 
Hawkins. 12 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 20, 1912; D: 28367; Jack Haw- 
kins, Chicago. 9 
A. D. 2000; or. The century plants, a comic 
opera in 2 acts, by G. H. Kerr, music by 
Bowness Briggs. Typewritten. 

© G. H. Kerr, Wilmington, Del.; 1894: 
12237, Mar. 1 ; 2c. Apr. 20. 10 

A. D. 2,000, a mystery. See Anno Domini 
2,000, a mystery. 

A. D. 2016; comedy of the future in 3 acts, 
by Helen Ormsbee. 97 p. 4". Typewritten. 
© Ic. :May 17, 1915 ; D : 40682 ; Helen Brad- 
bury Ormsbee, Brooklyn. 10a 



A fuerza de punos; zarzuela en 1 acto, dividido 
en 3 cuadros, en prosa y verso, letra de Emilio 
G. del Castillo y Javier de Burgos, mtisica del 
maestro Arturo Saco del Valle. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles, 1912. 47 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 24, 1912; 2c. Mar. 13, 1912; D: 
29773; E. G. del Castillo y J. de Burgos, 
Madrid. 11 

A. G.; lustspiel in 3 aufziigen, von Ricbard 
Wilde. Berlin, E. Bloch. 87 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1913; D: 33328; Eduard 
Bloch, Berlin. 12 

A gloria; monologo dram^tico en prosa, origi- 
nal de A. Diaz Enrich. Madrid, Sociedad de 
autores espanoles, 1914. 13 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38254; Angel Diaz Enricb, Madrid. 12a 

A la fuerza ahorcan; comedia llrica en 1 acto, 
dividido en 2 cuadros en prosa, de C. Merino, 
mtisica del maestro Eduardo G. Arderlus. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1911. 
41 p. 12°. 

© May 26, 1911; 2c. May 27, 1911; D: 
24318; Cecilio Merino, Madrid. 13 

A la luz de la luna; paso de comedia, by S. & J. 
Alvarez Quintero. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espaiioles, 1908. 19 p. 12°. 

© Serafln y Joaquin Alvfirez Quintero, Ma- 
drid; D: 13470, July 25, 1908; 2c. July 25, 
1908. 14 

A la moderna; comedia en 2 actos, por F. Ace- 
bal. Madrid, Renacimiento, 1914. 189 p. 
12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
.38261; Francisco Acebal, Madrid. 14a 

A la orillica del Ebro; juguete en 1 acto y en 
prosa, original de A. Mestres, tr. y arr. al 
castellano de P. Parellada. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1913. 20 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36523: Apeles Mestres y Pablo Parellada, 
Madrid. 14b 

A la pinata! 6 la verdadera natchicha; revista 
polltica en 3 cuadros, origina'i. mtisica de los 
maestros Hermoso y Calleja. Madrid, Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles, 1907. 32 p. 12°. 

© Luis de Larra y Ricardo Fernandez 
Blanco, Madrid ; D : 10059, May 29, 1907 ; 2c. 
May 29, 1907. 15 



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A la puerta del cafe; entremes en prosa con 
un nuniero musicn, original de Angel Torres 
del Alnnio y Antonio Asenjo. M.idrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espauoles, 1914. 27 p. 12°. 
© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40057 ; Torres del Alamo y Asenjo, Madrid. 

15a 

A la vera der quere; sainete andaluz en 1 acto, 
dividido en 2 cuadros de P. Perez Fernandez 
y J. Ganiero. nifisica del maestro Alvarez del 
Castillo. Madrid, R. Velasco, 1909. 42 p. 
12°. 

© Nov. 18. 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17487 : Pedro Perez Fernandez y Jose Gamero, 
Madrid. 16 

A. Lanyom; vigjatek 2 felvonfi shan, irta Pasztor 
Arpfid. Budapest Rozsavolgyi es tilrsa kiadt'isa, 
1913. 84 p. 16°. 

© Jan. 23, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1913 ; D : 32750 ; 
Eozsavcilgyi & co., Budapest, Hungary. 16a 

A. Mann; dramatic sketch in 2 acts, by J. H. 
Wade. 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 13, 1912; D: 29359; Jeannette H. 
Wade, La Grange, 111. 17 

A-number-one; comedy drama in 4 acts and 6 
scenes, by W. F. Crockett. 59 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 3, 1913 ; D : 34926 ; Will F. Crock- 
ett, Chicago. 18 

A oriTlas del Ebro; humorada comico-llrica de 
costumbres argonesas en 1 acto, dividido en 3 
cuadros, en prosa y verso, original de M. de 
LTIotellerie y. L. Navarro Serrano, nifisica del 
maestro Emilio Alvarez L6pez. Madrid [So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles] 1913. 53 p. 12°. 

© Mar, 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36563; Mnnuel de L'Hotellerie y Leon Navarro 
Serrano, Madrid. 18a 

A Roma se va per todo; quisicosa politica en 1 
acto, dividido en 3 cuadros y una apoteosis. en 
verso y prosa, original de J. Quilis Pastor, mii- 
sica del maestro Porras. Madrid, Sociedad de 
autores espafioles, 1910. [2], 37 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 29, 1910 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1910 ; D : 22430 ; 
Jose Quilis Pastor, Madrid. 19 

A. S. ; disparate estilo vaudevillesco en 3 actos y 
en prosa, original de M. Caba y J. Alba. Ma- 
drid, Sociedad de autores espauoles, 1915. 73 
p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915 ; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915 ; D : 40082 ; 
Manuel Caba y Jos6 Alba, Madrid. 19a 

A (The) string; comedy in 3 acts, by Van Zo 
Post. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1911; D: 25951; Van Zo Post. 
New York. 20 



A temps; com^die en 2 actes pour jeunes demoi- 
selles, par Mme. De Kermen. New York. W. 
R. Jenkins company [1914] 23 p. 12°. ([Thea- 
tre pour la jeunesse, no. 17] ) 

© Sept. 28, 1914 ; 2c. Oct. 21, 1914 ; D : 38638 ; 
Wm. R. Jenkins co., New York. 20a 

• petit drame en 2 actes pour les ^coles de 

demoiselles, par Madame de Kermen. 

. © Valerie de Kermen, New York; 1896: 
17175, Mar. 17. 21 

A ... tocar a misa; caso de infidelidad morgnna- 
tica, miistico-monAstica, Ifrico y coreografica, 
original de Ernesto Tecglen, miisica de Mo- 
desto Romero. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1911. 13, [2] p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21, 1911 ; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911 ; D : 25013 ; 
E. Tecglen, Madrid. 22 

A ver si va a poder ser; revista fantfistica de 
actualidad, en 1 acto, divide en un prologo, 
5 cuadros y apoteosis, en prosa y verso, origi- 
nal de Ernesto Polo. Javier de Burgos y Luis 
Linares Becerra, musica de los maestros Can- 
dela y Goncerlian. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espafioles, 1910. 55 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 29, 1910; 2c. Oct. 30, 1910; D: 22439; 
E. Polo, J. de Burgos y L. Linares Becerra, 
Madrid. 23 

Aar-u-ag-oos; or. An East Indian drug, an en- 
tirely original farce in 1 act, by Malcolm S. 
Taylar. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1884 : 25576, Dec. 
22 ; 2c. Dec. 22. 24 

Aarbert; a drama without stage or scenery, 
wrought out through song in many metres, 
mostly lyric, by W. Marshall. New York, New 
Amsterdam book co. 

© William Marshall, England; 1898:16463, 
Mar. 11; 2c. Mar. 15. 25 

Aaron and Theodosia; or. The fate of the Burrs, 
a drama in 5 acts, by B. McCrary. 69 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ben McCrary, Salt Lake City; D:1664, 
Mar. 29, 1902; 2c. Mar. 29, 1902. 26 

Aaron Boggs, freshman; college comedy in 3 
acts, by Walter Ben Hare. Chicago, T. S. 
Denison & company [1913] 87 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 17, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 20, 1913 ; D : 34766 ; 
Eben H. Norris, Chicago. 27 

Aaron Burr; by C. M. Holloway. 

© Charlotte Molyneux Holloway, New Lon- 
don, Conn.; 1900 A: 3793, Feb. 10. 28 

a drama, by A. Leach. 

© Anna Leach, New York; 1900 A: 14067, 
June 6. 29 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



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Aaron Burr — Continued. 

a drama in 4 acts, by Defentliy Wriglit (W. 

Minturn) 

© William Minturn, New York; 1878:6916, 
June 8 ; 2c. July 3. 30 

a play in 4 acts, by Wm. L. O'Brien. 82 p. 



8°. 

© Emma O. O'Brien, Minneapolis; D : 14280, 
Nov. 13, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 13, 1908. 31 

— a revolutionary drama in 1 act, by H. 
Hooker. 

© Helen Hooker, Chicago ; 1898 : 39113, June 
27. 32 



— a romantic drama in 4 acts, by L. F. Pierce. 
Typewritten. 

© L. France Pierce, Chicago ; D : 328, Apr. 9, 
1901; 2c. Apr. 9, 1901. 33 



— a tragedy in 5 acts, by M. E. Thornton. 

© Marcellus Eugene Thornton, Hickory, 
N. C. ; D : 763, Aug. 15, 1901. 34 

01% A dream of empire, a romantic drama 



in 5 acts, by L. O'Shaughuessy. 

© Louis O'Shaughuessy, Cincinnati; 1881: 
8858, June 6. 35 

— or. The kingdom of silver, historical 



drama in 4 acts, by C. E. Stoaks. Doyles- 
town, O., George A. Corbus, 1887. 

© Charles Erastus Stoaks, Doylestown, O. ; 
1886 : 28114, Dec. 13 ; 2c. Feb. 18, 1887. 36 

Aaron Burr, a tale of the Revolution; a drama 
in 4 acts, by M. I. Wishaar. 

© Marie Ida Wishaar, Oakland, Cal. ; D : 
7520, Oct. 19, 1905. 37 

Aaron Burr's dupe; by S. Carpenter. 

© Sarah Carpenter, Pittsburgh; D : 728, 
Aug. 7, 1901. 38 

Aase fiskerpike; eventyrkomedie med sange til 
norske folkemelodier audet oplag, af Mar- 
grethe Munthe. Krlstiania, J. W. Cappelens 
forlag. 85 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912; Ic. Mar. 10, 1913; Ic. May 
10, 1913 ; D : 33137 ; J. W. Cappelens- forlag, 
Christiania, Norway. 39 

Abadiah Squaffles from Squashtown; a new 
and original comedy-drama in 4 acts, 4 scenes, 
by T. E. Powers. 

© Thomas E. Powers, Brooklyn; 1889: 
7168, Mar. 6. 40 

Abajo la sicalipsis! mon61ogo original de E. 
Tecgleu, mfisica de Modesto Romero. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espauoles, 1911. 13 p. 
12°. 

© Dec. 30. 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28170 ; 
Ernesto Tecglen, Madrid. 41 



Abandoned (The) bride; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. J. L. Stilwell. 96 p. f. Typewritten, 

© Laura Jean Libbey Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 12045, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1908. 42 

Abandoned, deserted, skipped, jumped, shook, 
shaken, or slid. 

© William O. Haskell, jr., East Lebanon, 
N. H. ; 1880 : 1245, Jan. 21. 43 

Abandoned farms; comedy drama. 

© Melvin L. Severy, Boston; 1894:35582, 
July 25. 44 

Abanicos japoneses; humorada en 1 acto, divi- 
dido en 3 cuadros en pro'sa, de R. Asensio 
Mas, musica del maestro Rafael Calleja. 
Madrid, R. Velasco. 41 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16906; Ramon Asensio Mas, Madrid. 45 

Abatement (The); drama in 4 acts, by W. B. 
Carlock. 176 p. obi. 16°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1913; D: 34193; Wayne B. 
Carlock, San Francisco. 46 

Abbe (The) and the actress; a tale of Versailles 
in the reign of Louis xv, a comedy in 4 acts, 
by A. C. Gunter. 

© A. C. Gunter, San Francisco; 1878: 
3951, Apr. 3, 47 

Abbe Lawrence; a drama in 5 acts, by J. W. 
Conway. 64 p. S". Tyi:>ewritten. 

© J. W. Conway, Norton, Kan.; D:4383, 
Dec. 12, 1903; 2c. Dec. 12, 1903. 48 

Abbertons (The); drama in 4 acts, by E. Ruber, 
100 p. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1909; D: 16793; Edwin 
Ruber, Philadelphia. 49 

Abbey Desmond; a drama in 4 acts, by R. 
Quinn. 

© Richard Quinn, Chicago ; D : 1730, Apr. 
14, 1902. 50 

Abbot's (The) nap; a playlet, by Louis de 
Coucy. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gustave Frohmau, New York; D : 11207, 
Aug. 20, 1907; 2c. Aug. 20, 1907. 51 

Abdel Kadir's Eg-yptian mythology and 
transformations; Egypt B. C, 1300, The 
double chest mystery, by J. L. Smith. 

© James L. Smith, Brooklyn ; 1894 : 59171, 
Dec. 18. 52 

Abdel Kadir's mystical lock and chain cross; 
Egyptian necromancy, by J. L. Smith. 

© James L. Smith, Brooklyn ; 1894 : 59172, 
Dec. 18. 53 

Abdication (The); a drama, by Florence Louise 
Gailey. 

© F. L. Gailey, Detroit ; D : 8860, July 25, 
1906. 54 



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74 



Abducted. 

© Jones Kelly, Allegheny City, Pa.; 1880: 
8439, June 2 ; 2c. June 28. 55 

or. The moonshiners of Rocky Ridge. 

© Charles Glenn, Allegheny City, Pa. ; 1880 : 
9919, June 26. 56 

Abduction; an American romance in 5 acts, by 
C. MacRae. Ms. 

© Charles MacRae, New York; 1874: 14661, 
Dec. 5; 2c. Apr. 6, 1875. 57 

farce in 1 act, by C. Raven. 2, 16 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1913 ; D :34937 ; Carol Raven, 
New York. 58 

Abductors (The); by G. F. Steely. 

© Guy P. Steely, Chicago ; D : 1094, Nov. 13, 
1901. 59 

Abdul incog. ; musical comedy in 2 acts, by Fred- 
erick W. McQuigg. 86 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 26, 1909; D: 17539; L. C. Mc- 
Quigg, Chicago. 60 

Abe; comedy in 4 acts, by H. W. Styer. 

© Harry Wasson Styer, San Francisco; 
1888 : 18324, June 27. 61 

Abe Zekener; or, I am U, by Harry E. Lloyd. 
© W. B. Blaisdell and Frank Jones, New 
York ; 1886 : 14730, June 28. 63 



or, I and U. 

© James Clinton Lewis, Hartford; 1886: 
12977, June 3. 63 

Abeaxis; comedy opera in 2 acts, libretto by W. 
L. Sawyer, music by John B. Whoriskey. Bos- 
ton, 1891. 

© Walter L. Sawyer, Portland, Me.; 1891: 
24910, July 8. 64 

A'Becket; historical tragedy in 5 acts, by 
Charles Osborne. 

© E. J. Parker and Dominick Murray, New 
York ; 1893 : 13146, Mar. 15. 65 

Abelard and Heloise; by H. Gingold. Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1906. 16°. 

© Helene Gingold, London ; D : 8929, Aug. 7, 
1906 ; 2c. Aug. 7, 1906. 66 

Aben-Ali; spectacular operatic extravaganza. 

© A. L. Baker, Chicago ; 1897 : 34136, June 
5; 2c. June 7. 67 

Abendsonne; schauspiel in 1 aufzug, von Ludwig 
Fulda. Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Felix Bloch erben, 
1914. 39 p. 8". 

© Ic. Nov. 14. 1914 ; D : 38807 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 67a 



Abenteuer (Ein) ; eisenbahncoupe-scherz in 1 akt 
und 2 verwandlungen, von E. Zadeck. 11 p. 
4". Tj'pewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1^4; D: 36279; Eugen Za- 
deck, Leipzig. 67b 

Abenteuer (Ein) in Mekka; operette in 3 akten, 
von Alexander Galliano. 94 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Mar. 24, 1911 ; D : 23736 ; Spitz & Mor- 
genstern. New York. 68 

Abenteurerin (Die); lustspiel in 5 akten und 
einer verwandlung, von Henry Wenden. Ber- 
lin-Ch., Vita deutsches verlagshaus [1908] 
205 p. 12°. 

© Vita, deutsches verlagshaus, Berlin ; D : 
14100, Oct. 19, 1908 ; Ic. Oct. 19, 1908. 69 

Abgrund (Der); drama in 3 acts, by Z. Libin. 
104 p. 4". Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 12, 1910; D: 23166; Wm. 

Kramer's sons. New York. 70 

Abierta toda la noche; sainete llrico en 1 acto, 
letra de G. Jover y E. Arroyo, musica de los 
maestros Quislant y Badia. Madrid, Sociedad 
de autores espanoles, 1912. 33 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 6, 1913; 2e. Mar. 7, 1913; D: 32553; 
Gonzalo Jover y Enrique Arroyo, Madrid. 71 

Abigail; play, by E. Naumann. 16 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1913 ; D : 33103 ; Edmund Nau- 
mann, Frankfort on the Main, Germany. 73 

Abijah Beaupole's store. See Bijah. 

Abime (L') (Abyss); piece en 4 actes, par B. 
Taft. 102 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1913 ; D : 33227 ; Bernard Taft, 
New York. 73 

Abisag; modernes schauspiel in 4 akten, von 
]Max Kempner-HochstJidt. Berlin, Vertriebs- 
stelle d. Verbaudes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller, g. m. b. h., 1914. 103 p. 8°. 

© Ic. May 20. 1914; D: 37098: Vertriebs- 
stelle d. Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 73a 

Abishag the Shulamite; drama in 3 acts and 4 
scenes, by Ed N. Briiel. 19 y). 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 6, 1912; D : 29891 ; Eduard N. 
Briiel, New Rochelle, N. Y. 74 

Abon Hassan; or, The sleeper awakened, play 
in 3 acts, by A. Gerrish Jones. 3 v. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1914 ; D : 38343 ; Abbie Ger- 
rish Jones, San Francisco. 74a 

Abortion; play in 1 act, by E. G. O'Neill. 15 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1914 ; D : 37066 ; Eugene Glad- 
stone O'Neill, New London, Conn. 74b 



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95 



About four o'clock; comedietta, by M. Bam- 
berger. 14 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 29, 1910; D: 21448; Michael 
Bamberger, Indianapolis. 75 

About hell; a play in 3 acts, by M. Krauskopf. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1S78. Ms. 

© Morris Krauskopf, Brooklyn; 1880: 
15877, Oct. IS; Ic. Oct. 18. 76 

About June sixteenth. See John Brown's hat. 

About Thebes; a play, by Mrs. Barney. 27 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Alice P. Barney, Washington ; D : 15464, 
Mar. 27, 1909; 2c. May 4, 1909. 77 

About town; an entirely original comedy, by S. 
Fiske and Bertie Vyse. New York, 1873. 

© Stephen Fiske, United States; 1873: 
10114, Sept. 8. 78 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by Adolph 

Shillix. Typewritten. 

© John H. Russel, United States; 1893: 
53834, Dec. 5; 2c. Jan. 24, 1894. 79 

Above reproach. See Senator's (The) wife. 

Above the clouds; a sensational drama, by J. 
M. Findull. 

© J. M. Findull, New York; 1871:7902, 
Aug. 25. 80 

■by the author of Sylvia's soldier, etc. Bos- 



ton, G. M. Baker and company. 

© George M. Baker, United States; 1876: 
13984, Dec. 15; 2c. Dec. 19. 81 

Above the law; play in 1 act, by E. F. Hague 
and J. B. Hague. 37 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1913; D: 32840: Elizabeth 
Fern Hague and John Butler Hague, New 
York. 82 

play in 2 acts, by C. Slade. 58 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 10, 1913; D: 33760; Constance 

Slade. New York. 83 

Above the limit. Typewritten. 

© Charles E. Grapewin, New York; 1900 

A : 9886, Apr. 18 ; 2c. Apr. 18. 84 

by George Totten Smith and C. Grapewin. 



100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 13, 1909; D: 17689; Charley 
Grapewin, West End, N. J. 85 

Abraam Tarnapol; drama in 4 acts, by B. C. 
Stasheff. 

12 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1913 ; D : 34603 ; Boris Charles 
Stasheff, New York. 86 



Abracadabra; a lyric play in 3 acts, with songs, 
choruses and ballet, by J. Volk, music by C. 
Christrup. 

© John Volk, New York; 1889:1717, Jan. 
12. 87 

Abraham Lincoln. 

© Dickson and Talbott, Indianapolis : 1891 : 
32765, Sept. 14. 88 

a drama, by A. H. Wood. 

© Alph Hamilton Wood, Liberal, Mo. ; 1883 : 
21C5, Feb. 1; 2c. June 30. 89 

a drama, by B. C. Chapin. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Benjamin Chester Chapin, New York; 
D : 6947, July 11, 1905 ; 2c. July 1, 1905. 90 

— historical drama in 4 acts, by M. L. D. 
Buuge. Milwaukee, Co-operative printery, 
1911. 38 p. 24". 

© July 29, 1911; 2c. July 31, 1911; D: 
24814; Martin L. D. Bunge, Milwaukee. 91 

— a tragedy in 5 acts, by J. Schleyer. 

© John Schleyer, Circleville, Ohio; 1882: 
1027, Jan. 20. 92 

— or. The rebellion, drama in 5 acts, by F. P. 
Norton. 61 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 25, 1911 ; D : 25307 ; Franklin P. 
Norton, New York. 93 

— See also Historical stories in dramatic 



form. — Six dramas of American romance and 
history. 

Abraham Lincoln, a nation's idol; American 
historical drama in 4 acts and 17 scenes, by 
W. A. Burke and F. J. Murray. 134 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Mar. 30, 1915; D: 40215; William A. 
Burke and Francis J. Murray, Portland, Or. 

93a 

Abraham P. Aaron, the Hebrew drummer; a 
vaudeville sketch for one character, by A. 
Morgenroth. 

© Amelia Morgenroth, New York; D: 
11132, July 1, 1907. 94 

Abraham's ready grave; drama in 4 acts, by 

S. Goldfaden. 

100 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Jan. 8, 1914 ; D : 35591 ; Samuel Gold- 
faden, Brooklyn. 94a 

Abrahams testament; lustspiel aus dem ghetto 
einer kleinen stadt in 23 szenen, von Emil 
Ferdinand Malkowsky und Egon H. Stras- 
burger. 31p. 12°. Printed. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1912; D: 31728; Oesterheld 
& CO., Berlin. ^5 



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118 



Abram's Christmas; a 1 act comedy, by W. 
Robyns and Melvin Wiustock, with sugges- 
tions by Frank Bush. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Robyns, New York; D : 12695, 
Mar. 28. 1908; 2c. Mar. 28, 1908. 96 

Abrazo de Vegara; zarzuela en 1 acto y 4 
cuadros, en prosa y verso [de] L. de Larra, 
G. Cereceda y T. Lopez Torregrosa. Madrid, 
R. Vela SCO. 41 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16873; Luis de Larra, G. Cereceda y Tomas 
Lopez Torregrosa, Madrid. 97 

Abreise (Die); musikalisches lustspiel in 1 
aufzuge, dichtung von A. von Steigeutepch, fiir 
die biihne bearbeitet von Ferdinand graf 
Sporck, musik von Eugen d'Albert. 

© Max Brockhaus, Leipzig; 1898:54368, 
Sept. 17 ; 2c. Sept. 17. 98 

Abreme la Puerta; opereta en 1 acto y 3 cua- 
dros, letra de F. Trayzoz, mtisica del maestro 
Amadeo Vives. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espauoles, 1910. 33 p. 12°. 

© May 19, 1910 ; 2c. May 20, 1910 ; D : 21093 ; 
Fiacro Trayzoz, Madrid. 99 

Abroad in the back yard. 

© Grace Henderson Mathewson, Los An- 
geles ; 1900 A : 17726, July IS. 100 

Absalom; a dramatic rendering of the 11-18 
chapters of 2d Samuel in 4 acts, adapted to 
stage work by T. C. Rice. 

© Thomas Carey Rice, Worcester; D : 4563, 
Jan. 29, 1904. 101 

in 5 acts, by R. J. Yv^ells. 56 p. f°. Type- 



written. 

© Rollins J. Wells, Sioux Falls, S. D. ; D : 
2717, Dec. 15, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 15, 1902. 103 

a tragedy. 

© Clarence Loeb, St. Louis; D : 6317, Mar. 
11, 1905. 103 

Absalom, prince of Judah; a drama in 5 acts, by 
Henry Fitch Taylor. 4°. Typewritten. 

© H. F. Taylor, Cos Cob, Conn.; D : 6478, 
Apr. 8, 1905; 2c. Apr. 8, 1905. 104 

Abschied; schauspiel in 3 akten, von Renato Si- 
noui, deutsch von Otto Eiseuschitz. 86 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 21, 1913; D: 32734; Comoedia, 
Vienna. 105 

Absconder (The); dramatic composition, by 
Douglas Dyrenforth. 63 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1910 ; D : 20822 ; Louise B. 
Dyrenforth, Chicago. 106 

dramatic sketch in 1 act, by H. Van De- 
mark. 7p. (In Stylus, V. 1, no. 35, Sept. 7, 
1912.) 

© Sept. 7, 1912 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1912 ; D : 30965 ; 
Harry Van Demark, Houston. 107 



Absent (L'); piece en 4 actes, par Georges 
Mitchell. Paris, A. Joanin & cie., 1904. 3 p. 1., 
135 p. 12°. 

© A. Joanin & co., Paris; D:4571, Feb. 1, 
1904 ; 2c. Feb. 1, 1904. 108 

Absent-minded (The); from the German of 

Kotzebue. 

© R. J. Hindman, Albany ; 1873 : 4308, Apr. 
. 23. 109 

Absent-minded (The) suffragette. 5 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© IMa W. Maclean, New York; D : 14934, 
Jan. 28, 1908; Ic. Jan. 20, 1909; Ic. Jan. 28, 
1909. 110 

Absent treatment; comedy in 1 act, by Frank 
Staples. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 27, 1910; D: 22932; Frank Sta- 
ples, Pasadena. Ill 

a comedy in 3 acts, by H. J. Holt. 3 v. f°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1912; D: 29862; Harrison 
Jewell Holt, Portland, Me. 112 

Absentee (The) See Dream (The) of gold. 

Absentee (The) husband; play in 3 acts, by P. 
Chynoweth. 76 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1913; D: 34183; Phillips 
Chynoweth, Madison, Wis. 113 

Absinthe; a drama. f°. Typewritten. 

© J. Earl Strong, New Castle, Ky. ; D : 8450, 
Apr. 30, 1906; 2c. Apr. 23, 1906. 114 

dramatic conception, by B. E. Matthews. 



6 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1910; D: 20343; Bob E. Mat- 
thews, New York. 115 

play in 1 act, from the French of Charles 



Foley, by L. J. Vance. 20 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 24, 1913 ; D : 33879 ; Louis Joseph 
Vance, New York. 116 

Absinthe (The) drinkers of Paris. See Worm- 
wood. 

Absinthe (The) fiend; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by C. R. Harding. 35 p. f°. Typewritten 

© Ic. Sept. 30, 1912; D: 30999; C. R. Hard- 
ing, Atchison, Kan. 117 

pantomime in 2 scenes with dancing, by 



J. G. Alexander. 3 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1914; D: 37901; Joseph 
Grubb Alexander, AUentown, Pa. 117a 

Absintheur (The); a drama of Paris, being a 
dramatization of Marie Corelli's Wormwood, 
by Mrs. M. F. Fishel. 

© Mrs. Meyer Frank Fishel, New Orleans; 
1898:13892, Feb. 26. 118 



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139 



Absorbing passion; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Bertha Pogson. 91 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© B. Pogson, Hamburg, Germany; D : 8903, 
July 20, 1906; 2c. July 20, 1906. 119 

Absurdities of a nightmare. Sec Nightmare 
(A) 

Abt (Der) von St. Bernhard; schauspiel in 5 
akteu, von Anton Ohorn. Berlin, Vita, 
deutsches verlagshaus, 1906. 2 p. 1., 3-140 p. 
12°. 

© Vita, deutsches verlagshaus, Berlin; D: 
9064, Sept. 10, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 10, 1906 120 

Abtriinnig; dramatische skizze, von Clara 
Huge. Proof. 

© C. Ruge, New York; D : 8311, Mar. 31, 
1906 ; 2c. Mar. 31, 1906. 121 

Abuelito (El); pasillo comico en 1 acto y en 
prosa, original de F. Quintilla y V. Casaiia. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espauoles, 1911. 

18 p. l2^ 

© Dec. 30. 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28143 ; 
Francisco Quintilla y Valeriano Casaiia, Ma- 
drid. 122 

Abyss. See Abime (L') 

Abyssinia; a musical comedy in 6 scenes, book 
and lyrics by J. A. Shipp and A. Rogers. t°. 
Typewritten. 

© J. A. Shipp and Alex Rogers. New York; 
D : 7765, Dec. 26, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1905. 123 

or, The Negus, a comic opera in 3 acts, 

by F. Dupree. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank Dupree, Denver ; D : 2298, Aug. 5, 
1902 ; 2c. Aug. 5, 1902. 124 

Acacia cottage; a comedy in 1 act, by B. Or- 
ange. 

© Samuel French, New York; D : 8950, 
Aug. 11, 1906. 125 

a comedy in 2 acts, by B. Orange. New 



York. S. French [1900] 11 p. 12^ 

© Samuel French, New York; .D : 8777. 
July 3, 19€6 ; 2c. Dec. 28, 1906. 126 

drama in 4 acts, by A. H. Brown. 39 p. 



f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 3, 1911; D: 24121; Alice H. 
Brown, Davenport, la. 127 

Academia de besos; enseiianza c6mico-lfrico- 
bnilnble, en un curso abreviado. letra de F. 
Roig Bataller. mfisica del maestro Federico 
Chaves. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
pauoles. 1910. 15 p. 12°. 

© May 23. 1910; 2c. Mav 24, 1910; D: 
21145; F. Roig Bataller, Madrid. 128 



Academia taurina; entremes c6mico-Krico, 
original y en prosa, de Mariano Tirado Fer- 
niiudez, mi'isica de los maestros Jose Lucio 
Mediavilla y Rafael Gayoso. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espauoles, 1910. 22 p. 12°. 

© May 23. 1910; 2c. May 24, 1910; D: 
21179; Mariano Tirado, Madrid. 129 

Academy (The) mystery; musical comedy in 3 
acts with 9 scenes, book and lyrics by F. G. 
Kertson. 30 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 30, 1913; D: 33657; Felix G. 
Kertson, Los Angeles. 130 

Academy (An) picture; play in 1 act, by Ethel 
Chilliug^'orth. London, Joseph Williams, ltd. 
9 p. 8°. 

© Oct. 16, 1911; 2c. Oct. 6, 1911; D: 25412; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 131 

Acadia; or. The Acadians, opera in 3 acts, 
libretto by M. J. Hand and E. R. Banks, 
music by J. Carroll Chandler. 

© M. J. Hand, Baltimore ; 1893 : 37332. 
Aug, 12. 132 

Acadia, a last chapter in American history; 
historical, spectacular and musical drama, by 
P. H. Smith. 

© Phillip H. Smith, Bawling, N. Y. ; 1895: 
15627, Mar. 18; 2c. Mar. 18. 133 

Acadian postscript; a historical drama in 5 
acts, by W. S. Kerr. Oakland, Cal., Harring- 
ton-McInnis co. [1907] 4 p. 1., 67 p. front. 

(port.) 8°. 

© W. S. Kerr, Oakland, Cal.; D:9873, Jan. 
3, 1907; 2c. Feb. 12, 1907. 134 

Acadians (The) See Acadia. 

Accepted (The) bracelet. See Muriel. 

Accident (The); an American play in 3 acts, by 
C. D. Lancaster. SO p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 4. 1910; D: 20956; Charles D. 
Lancaster, Shelbyville, Ind. 135 

a dramatic episode in 3 acts, by Maurice 



Ha gem an. 

© Alice Hageman, New York ; D : 13955, 
Sept. 30, 1908. 136 

an incident of Paris, by E. Besserer. 10 p. 



4". Typewritten. 

© Eugenie Besserer, New York ; D : 10824, 
June 22, 1907; 2c. June 21, 1907. 137 

play in 3 acts, by P. McAllister. 178 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 13, 1909 ; D : 17079 ; Paul McAllis- 
ter, New York. 138 

Accident (Un) grave. See Ultimatum (L') 

Accidental (The) plot; by two gamblers. 

© John Paine, Washington; 1897:22418; 
Apr. 9. 139 



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160 



Accidents of marriage; drama in 4 acts, by Hy- 
man Mysell. 

82 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. July 18, 1913 ; D : 33841 ; Julius Bro- 
der, New York. 140 

Accidents will happen; by V. Gillette. 

© Viola Gillette. New York ; D : 8033, Feb. 
20, 1906. 141 

Accolade (The); play in 1 act, by Gaston Ger- 
vex [pseud, of Mrs. Montague Fowler] 21 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1911; D: 25535; Montague 
Fowler, London. 142 

Accommodating (An) crook; dramatic absurdity 
in 1 act, by H. Leighton, founded on a short 
story by Cyrus Townsend Brady entitled A 
paternal burglar. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1914 ; D : 35781 ; Harry Leigh- 
ton, New York. 142a 

Accomplice (The); drama in 1 act, by F. D. S. 
Bethune. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 1, 1912; D: 31295; F. D. S. 
Bethune, New York. 143 

Accomplished at last; a 3 act sporting play, by 
J. D. Wright, unp. f. Typewritten. 

© John Dawson Wright, New York; D: 
11381, Sept. 19, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1907. 144 

Accomplished (An) liar. 

© Edwin B. Pope, Scbrewsbury Pork, Mo.; 
D : 16170, June 26, 1909. 145 

Accomplishments; by Aaron Hoffman. 3 p. f. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 13, 1911 ; D : 25263 ; Joseph K. 
Watson, New York. 146 

Accord (L') parfait; coniedie en 3 actes, par T. 
Bernard et M. Corday. (L'lllustration the- 
atrale, 8e annee-203, 17 fevrier, 1912.) 

® Feb. 17, 1912 ; 2c. Mar. 2, 1912 ; D : 28909 ; 
Tristan Bernard & Michel Corday, Paris. 147 

Accordee (L') de village; pastorale xviii^ siecle 
en 1 acte, paroles de Paul Steck et H. de 
Chennevieres, musique de Paul Steck. Nice, 
P. Decourcelle [1908] 48 p. 12". Livret. 

© Paul Decourcelle, Nice, France ; D : 13194. 
June 15, 1908 ; 2c. June 15, 1908. 148 

a.ccording to Dr. Dane; drama in 3 acts and 6 
scenes, by H. A. Woodworth. 50 p. 4°. Type- 
•^ritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 21, 1913; D: 32739; Helen Alden 
Woodworth, Brookline, Mass. 149 

According to Hoyle. 37 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Addison Burkhardt and Frank X. Finne- 
gan, Chicago ; D : 6649, May 8, 1905 ; 2c. May 8, 
1905. 150 



According to the code; play in 3 acts, by C. W. 
Hartridge. 88 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1914; D: 37596; Chfford 
Wayne Hartridge, New York. 150a 

According to the evidence; play in prologue, 3 
acts and epilogue, by E. L. Reizenstein. 106 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 21, 1914; D : 37094 ; Elmer L. 
. Reizenstein, New York. 150b 

Accouchement (The); comedy in 1 act, by C. A. 
Plamondon, jr. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 18, 1913; D: 35181; C. Ambrose 
Plamondon, jr.. New York. 151 

Account rendered; drama in 1 act, by J. H. Tur- 
ner. 14 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 20, 1913; D: 34740; John Hast- 
ings Turner, London. 152 

Accounting (The); play in 1 act, by M. Moore 
Clement. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 18, 1914 ; D : 37621 ; Maud Moore 
Clement, Chicago. 152a 

Accused (The) See Silent (The) witness. 

Ace high; a 1 act play, by E. S. Tupper. 14 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1912 ; D : 29162 ; Edith Ses- 
sions Tupper, New York. 153 
Ace (The) of clubs; a melodrama in 9 tableaux, 
tr. and adapted by A. Hoffman. 

© A. Hoffman, San Francisco ; 1891 : 17308, 
May 11. 154 

Ace (The) of hearts; a play in 1 act, by James 
Willard. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank- Goldsmith, New York ; D : 14277, 
Nov. 13, 1908; 2c. Nov. 13, 1908. 155 
or. The orphan heiress; an original pro- 
tean drama in 4 acts, by Scott Marvel (Daw- 
son Findley) 

© Dawson Findley, New York ; 1894 : 1677, 
Feb. 13. 156 

Ace (The) of spades; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by M. K. Synon. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mary Katherine Synon, Chicago; D: 
11819, Nov. 27, 1907; 2c. Nov. 27, 1907. 157 
Acherly's honey-moon; a society play in 5 acts, 
by R. E. Mack. 

© R. E. ]Mack, New York ; 1875 : 7336, July 
13. 158 

Achievement (The); 4 act drama, by M. M. 
YN'alsh. 50 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 10, 1911; D: 24905; Margaret 
Mansfield Walsh, Cincinnati. 159 

Achill; tragodie in 3 akten, von Ernst Rosmer 
[pseud, of Elsa Porges Bernstein] Berlin, S. 
Fischer verlag, 1910. 3 p. 1., 9-123, 1 p., 1 1. 
12". 

© May 28, 1910; 2c. June 17, 1910; D: 
21355 ; S. Fischer verlag, Berlin. 160 



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180 



Achilles and Hector. 

© Harry Montague, United States; 1879: 
14021, Oct. 22. 161 

Achsa, the faithful; a drama in 5 acts, by H. L. 
Hoyt. 

© Henry L. Hoyt, Portland, Or.; 1895: 
G5260, Dec. 24. 162 

Achsah. 

© Zula M. Taylor, Seattle; D : 2014, June 
16, 1902 ; 2c. June 30, 1902. 163 

Acid drops. See Four one-act plays. 

Acid (The) test; comedy-drama in 3 acts, by 
C. E. Summers. 130 p. 4°. Tyi">ewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 6. 1913; D: 34032; Charles Ed- 
win Summers, New York. 164 

drama in 3 acts, by H. A. Adams. 78 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 11, 1913 ; D : 34398 ; Henry Aus- 
tin Adams, La Jolla, Cal. 165 

— playlet of modern life in 1 act, by Mr. and 



Mrs. R. Rogers. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 14, 1914; D: 39089; Mr. and 
Mrs. Robt. Rogers, New York. 165 a 

Acquitte; par Ernest Pont. 2 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1912; D: 30007; Gaumont 
CO., New York. 166 

Acreditado (Ed) don Felipe; agencia comico- 
llrico-matrimonia], en 1 acto, 2 cuadros y 
un telegrama. letra de Torres del Alamo y 
Asenjo, mtisica de los maestros Noir y Al- 
caraz. Madrid, Sociedad de autores espan- 
oles, 1910. 34 p. 12°. 

© May 19, 1910; 2c. May 20, 1910; D: 
21095; Torres del Alamo y Asenjo, Madrid. 

167 

Across the Atlantic; a sensational historical 
drama in 4 acts. 

© John W. Ransone, St. Joseph, Mo. ; 1879 : 
10145, Aug. 1. 168 

Across the border; drama in 4 acts and a pro- 
logue, by L. J. Cella. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Louis J. Cella, New York; D : 11945, 
Dec. 19, 1907; 2c. Dec. 19, 1907. 169 

play in 1 act, by Joe Barrett. 7 p. f °. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1913; D: 32282; John J. 
Barrett, West Haven, Conn. 170 

— play of the present in 1 act, by Beulah 
Marie Dix (Beulah Flebbe) 75 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1914; D: 38857; Beulah 
Flebbe, Waban, Mass. 170a 



Across the border — Continued. 

a play of the present in 1 act and 4 scenes, 

by Beulah Marie Dix. New York, Henry Holt 
and CO., 1915. 3 pL, 96 p. illus. 12°. 

© Feb. 20, 1915; 2c. Mar. 11, 1915: D: 
39953 ; Henry Holt & co., New York. 170b 

or, Margarita, drama of the Mexican revo- 



lutionary movement in 4 acts, by E. M. Dol- 
sen. 68 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1910 ; D : 21765 ; Ethel Mow- 
bray Dolsen, Los Angeles. 171 

— See also Indian's (An) revenge. 



Across the continent; a draana by James Mc- 

Closkey. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, Brooklyn; 1870: 
5188. Dec. 27. 172 

a drama of thrilling sensational interest in 



3 acts and a prologue, by James McCloskey. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, New York; 1870: 

704, Aug. 6. 173 

1st scene of 4th act of a play in 4 acts, tele- 



graph scene, by James McCloskey. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, Detroit; 1870:2787, 
Oct. 13. 174 

Across the dead line. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Samuel M. Young, Terre Haute, Ind. ; D : 
6748, May 31, 1905 ; 2c. June 1, 1905. 175 

Across the Delaware; in 4 acts, by W.L.Roberts. 

© William Lynch Roberts, Chicago; D: 
32, Jau. 12, 1901. 176 

pi-elude to A Hessian ; or. The angel of 



Trenton, a drama in 1 act, by Barba Rossa 
[pseud.] 

© William Otto Soubron, Milwaukee ; D : 
1047, Oct. 31, 1901. 177 

— Sec also Elsa. — Hessian (A) 



Across the desert; drama in 4 acts, by Wayne 
Campbell. Typewritten, 

© H. Walter Van Dyke, Baxter, la. ; D : 404, 
Apr. 8, 1901 ; 2c. May 6, 1901. 178 

Across the eastern continent; a sensational 
melodrama in 4 acts, by W. L. Roberts. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© William Lynch Roberts, Gainesville, Fla. ; 
D : 9632, Dec. 13, 1906; 2c. Jan. 20, 1908 179 

Across the frontier; or. The refugee, romance 
of Mexico in 3 acts, by W. J. Ferguson. 4 v. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Apr. 22, 1914 ; D : 36790 ; William J. Fer- 
guson, Brooklyn. 179a 

Across the hills; a western romance in 4 acts, 
by W. L. Ballauf, jr. 

© William L. Ballauf, jr., Baltimore; 1893: 
40654, Oct. 18. 180 



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203 



Across the isthmus; a meloclraiua in 4 acts, by 
Frederic Dumouliu. 57 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John T. Prince, jr., New York; D : 6810, 
June 12, 1905; 2c. June 12, 1905. 181 

Across the lines; a drama of the Civil War, by 
J. M. Hanson. 

© Joseph Mills Hanson, St. Louis ; D : 8006, 
Feb. 7, 1906. 182 

a protean play in 1 act, by Preston Kendall. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© P. Kendall, Lamar, Col.; D : 9671, Dec. 1, 
1906; 2c. Dec. 1, 1906. 183 

Across the ocean; a play in prologue and 5 acts, 
by J. W. Lewis. 

© J. Winder Lewis, Baltimore; 1872:5110, 
May 16. 184 

a protean comedy in 2 acts, by H. C. Curley 

and W. Schaeffer. 

© H. C. Curley and Wm. Schaeffer. Balti- 
more ; 1879 : 15568, Nov. 18. 185 

Across the Pacific; a melodrama in 4 acts by C. 
E. Blauey. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York ; 1900 A : 745, 
Jan. 8. 186 

Across the plains; a drama in 3 acts, by E. 
Spencer. 

© Edward Spencer, Randallstown, Md. ; 

1871 : 873, Feb. 4. 187 

Across the Rio Grande; an original melodrama 

in 5 acts, representing facts and incidents in a 

great city, dramatized by W. E. Fearing. 

© William E. Fearing, Columbus, O. ; D : 
3105, Mar. 9, 1903. 188 

Across the trail; a new spectacular sensational 
drama in 4 acts, by A. and O. Clifford. 

© Adelaide and Orson Clifford, New York; 
1893 : 15056, May 22. 189 

a realistic sensational drama in 4 acts, by 

Edward K. Harris. 
© Fred J. Wildman, Chicago; 1897:63220, 

Nov. 11 ; 2c. Dec. 6. 190 

Across the water; an original and sensational 

drama in 4 acts, by E. P. Tborne. 

© Edwin F. Thorne, Washington ; 1873 : 26, 
Jan. 3. 191 

Act (An) of God. See Manikin (The) 

Act to order; comedy sketch in 1 scene, by J. M. 
Wiest. 22 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1909; D: 16937; John M. 
Wiest, Ashland, O. 192 

Acte; musikalisches drama in 4 aufziigen, text 
und musik von Joan Manen. deutsche iiber- 
setzung von E. Scbultz-Hencke. Leijizig, 
Briissel. A. Cranz; London, Cranz & co. [1908] 
48 p. 16°. [Libretto only.] 

© Aug. Cranz, Leipzig ; D : 13209, June 17, 
1908 ; 2c. June 17, 1908. 193 



Acting' (An) academy, the greatest school on 
earth; by W. E. Cowan. 

© William E. Cowan, New York; 1SS7: 
31498, Dee. 6. 194 

Acting (The) governor; a drama in 5 acts, by 
M. B. Owen. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Marie Bankhead Owen, Montgomery, 

Ala.; D: 12450, Feb. 28, 1908; 2c. Feb. 28, 

. 1908. 195 

play in 4 acts, by M. B. Owen. 125 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 3, 1913; D: 33704; Marie Bank- 
head Owen, Montgomery, Ala. 196 

Acting in an angle; comedy farce in 1 act, by 
P. D. Hickman. 15 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 15, 1914; D: 35069; Paul Don 
Hickman, Pearl River, N. Y. 196a 

Actions speak louder than words. See Vice 
versa. 

Actophatic remedies. 8 p. f°. Tyi^ewritteu. 

© Bobby Gaylor, Chicago; D : 2103, July 
11, 1902 ; 2c. July 11, 1902. 197 

Actor (The); satirical drama in 1 act, by R. V. 
Lee. 21 p. 4° Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16. 1913; D: 35362; Rowland 
Vance Lee, New York. 198 



or, A son of Thespis, an original comedy- 
drama in 4 acts, by M. Nobles. Philadelphia, 
Ledger job print, 1891. 

© Milton Nobles, Brooklyn; 1891:27406, 
July 31 ; 2c. Sept. 4. 199 

Actor (The) and his pupil; a comedy sketch, 
by B. G. Woodruff, stage name Bayard Ful- 
lerton. 

© Bayard G. Woodruff, New York; 1893: 
36973, Aug. 9. 200 

Actor and servant; a Dutch farce in 1 act, by 
F. L. Cutler. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1884 : 20172, Dec. 
27 ; 2c. Dec. 27. 201 

Actor (The) and the janitor; comic novelty act, 
by Harry L. Newton. New York, M. Wit- 
mark & sons. 12 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 1, 1914; 2c. Sept. 2. 1914; D: 
38029 ; M. Witmark & sons. New York. 201a 

Actor and the law. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Tom P. Morgan, Rogers. Ark.; D : 7973, 
Feb. 10, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 10, 1906. 



13 p. 4°. 



202 
Type- 



Actor (The) and the maid 
written. 

© Albert Cowles, Williamsport, Pa.; D: 
5394, Aug. 8, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 8, 1904. 203 

Actor's (The) adopted daughter. See Zizi. 



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226 



Actor's (An) benefit; comedy in 1 act, by J. I. 
Tanzman. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph I. Tanzman, New York ; D : 16027, 
June S, 1909; 2c. June 8, 1909. 204 

Actor's (An) Christmas, a failure. See Cin- 
ders Jimmie in Faded roses. 

Actor's (An) daughter; or, A chip of the old 
block; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by P. G. 
Hubert. 

© P. G. Hubert, New York; 1887:4932, 
Mar. 2. 205 

See also Zi Zi. 



Actor's (The) dream; a play in 5 acts and pro- 
logue, by W. J. Kohler. 

© William John Kohler, San Francisco; 
1S90 : 26811, Sept. 1. 206 

Same. 

© William J. Kohler, San Francisco; 1890: 
35608, Nov. 12; 2c. Nov. 12. 207 

Actor's (The) family. 

© Frank B. Carr, United States; 18S6: 
26939, Nov. 29. 208 

Actor's (An) fate; a new and original story, by 
C. A. Byrne, the right to dramatize belonging 
and reserved to Josh Hart. 

© C. A. Byrne, United States; 1876:1811, 
Feb. 11. 209 

Actor's (The) holiday; a farce comedy. 

© Al. Caldwell, Cincinnati; 1894:22067, 
Apr. 30. 210 

Actor's land; realistic sketch of stage life, by 
P. Pauli. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1911; D: 25084; Pauline 
Pauli, Coytesville, N. J. 211 

Actor's (An) love; drama in 1 act, by H. E. 
Smith. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28, 1914; D: 36197; Henry Er- 
skine Smith, New York. 211a 

Actor's (An) romance; by Theodore Kremer. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Harvey Cook, Brooklyn; D : 4656, Feb. 
26, 1904 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1904. 212 

Actor's (The) scheme; or. How we got our 
dinner, a farce by Jos. P. Walsh. Clyde, O., 
Ames' publishing co. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1891:9844, 
Mar. 16; 2c. Mar. 26. 213 

Actor's (An) town; a comic play in 3 acts, by 
C. Lee. 

© Colton Lee, Washington; D : 2140, July 
19, 1902. 214 

Actors' troubles; vaudeville act, by Edward 
Coughlin. 14 p. 4°. Tyiiewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1915 ; D : 39823 ; Siskie Relg, 
Chicago. 214a 



Actor's (The) wife; play in 1 act, by O. T. 
Johnsone. 28 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 5, 1913 ; D : 33149 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 215 

Actress (The) Typewritten. 

© W. J. Hurlbut, New York ; D : 4415, Dec. 
21, 1903; 2c. Dec. 21, 1903. 216 

by G. Nagel. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 26, 1910 ; D : 21182 ; Geo. Nagel, 
Newark, N. J. 217 

a drama, by A. P. Morris, founded upon his 



revised work. Confessions ^ of an actress; or, 
Men and women exposed, written by herself, 
revised for publication by A. P. Morris. 

© Anthony P. Morris, Chicago ; 1891 : 3688 ; 
Jan. 26. 218 



— drama in 3 acts and 3 scenes, by E. B. de 
Ligny. 50 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3, 1910 ; D : 21940 ; Ernest B. de 
Liguy, New York. 219 

•play in 1 act, by R. Morris. 23 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 28, 1915; D: 41110; Ramsay 
Morris, Jersey City. 219a 

- or, Venus of the Nile, comedy with music 



in 1 act, play and lyrics by T. Stempfel, jr., 
music by Herbert P. Stothart. 23 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 23, 1913; D: 33303; Theodore 
Stempfel, jr., New York. 220 

Actress and artist; or, Nell G Wynne's gift, an 
ideal comedy in 3 acts, by W. F. Sage. 

© Will F. Sage, Boston; 1881:10507, July 
6. 221 

Actress (The) and the burglar; an original 
sketch, by W. Fessler. Typewritten. 

© Walter Fessler, Greenville, Pa.; 1897: 
16258, Mar. 9; 2c. Mar. 10. 222 

Actress and the fool; playlet in 2 acts, by E. T. 
Yarnell. 33 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1910 ; D : 20160 ; Ellis T. Yar- 
nell, Los Angeles. 223 

Actress and the maid. 7 p. f". Typewritten. 
© Eliuore sisters, Brooklyn; D : 9891, Feb. 
2, 1907 ; 2c. Jan 21, 1907. 224 

Actress and the woman; 1 act play, by M. E. 
McCann. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 2, 1909 ; D : 17334 ; Jlargaret E. 
McCann, New York. 225 

Actress (An) home; in 1 act, by H. K. Stein- 
rueck. 22 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1910; D: 21648; Henry K. 
Steinrueck, New York. 226 



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249 



Actress (An) home— Coutinued. 
1 act play, by H. K. Steinrueck. 4 p. Type- 
written. 

(c) Ic. Feb. 1, 1910; D: 20087; Henry K. 



Steinrueck, New York. 



227 



Actress (The) ladies; 1 act comedy drama, by 
Frank McCul lough. 4°. Typewritten. 

1© F. McCullough, Trenton, N. J.; D : 6713, 
May 22, 1905 ; 2c. May 10, 1905. 228 

Actress (The) manager; vaudeville sketch for 
three people, by M. H. Munn, 16 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 3, 1912 ; D : 30278 ; Mattie Hughes 
Munn, Scranton, Pa. 229 

Actress vs. press; a 1 act sketch, by L. S. Voll- 
nier. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 13, 1914 ; D : 38798 ; Lula S. Voll- 
mer, Atlanta. 229a 

Actresses' (The) Christmas. 12 p. 4. Type- 
written. 

© Daniel Hope, Philadelphia; D : 14202, 

Nov. 4, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 4, 1908. 230 

a comedy drama in 1 act. 12 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© George W. Marks, Philadelphia ; D : 14233, 
Nov. 7, 1908; 2c. Nov. 7, 1908. 231 

Actress's chaperon; playlet in 1 act, by J. 
Rrockman. 17 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 28, 1910; D: 20048; Jerome 
Brockman, New York, 232 

Actress's stratagem; vaudeville farce in 1 act, 
by A. Geyer. 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1913; D:32G95; Albert 
Geyer, Los Angeles. 233 

Acts, 25 and 26. See Paul before Agrippa. 

Actuality; a play by Leonidas Irwin Luton. 65 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© L. I. Luton. Detroit; D : 9690, Dec. 1, 
1906 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1906. 

Acushla machree. See Irish loyalty. 



234 



Ada; a drama in a prologue and 3 acts, by A. C. 
Gunter. 

© A. C. Gunter, New York; 1878: 9650; 
Aug. 22 ; 2c. Sept. 27, 1879. 235 



56 p. 



Adah, the daughter of Jephthah; a drama in 5 
acts founded on the Biblical tale, by G. N. Wis- 
haar. 

© Grace N. Wishaar, Oakland, Oal.; D; 
7306, Sept. 25, 1905. 238 

Adalina's arrival; or, There's no place like old 
Connecticut, [by] H. Elliott McBride. 

© P. Garrett & co., Philadelphia; 1889: 
36740, Dec. 4. 239 

Adam; ein vorspiel, [und] Hippolytos, trago- 
die, von Siegfried Lipiner. Stuttgart, W. 
Spemann, 1913. 153 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 25, 1913; 2c. June 20, 1913; D: 
33548; W. Spemann, Stuttgart, Germany. 

240 

Adam and Eve; farcicnl fact in 4 acts, by Mrs. 
C. A. Doremus and J. Burnett Larric. 126 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1912; D: 28838; A. H. 
Woods, New York. 241 



-play in 3 acts, by N. H. Homstine. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 29, 1912 ; D : 28887 ; Nathan H. 
Homstine, Philadelphia. 236 

Ada Mitchell; or. The curse fulfilled, a drama 
in 4 acts, by J. C. Hull. 

© Johnson C. Hull, Brooklyn; 1885:1689. 
Jan. 19. 237 



— -or. He, she and It, an absurdity in 1 act, 
by G. Barr. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Barr, New York ; D : 1244, Jan. 
3, 1902; 2c. Jan. 3, 1902. 242 

— or. Paradise lost, a burlesque in 2 acts, by 



W. G. Baker. 

© William G. Baker and Fred A. Freese, 
San Francisco ; 1882 : 21064, Dec. 12. 243 

•or. The golden fleece, farce in 3 acts, 



adapted from the French of Henri Keroul 
and Albert Baree, by F. H. James, iv, 124 p. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1910; D: 21280; Fred H. 
James, New York. 244 

— See also Tamara. 



Adam and Eve and the serpent in Eden; by 
J. Buruside. f°. Typewritten. 

© Jean Burnside, New York ; D : 10253, 
Mar. 26, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1907. 245 

Adam and Eve in Eden; a 1 act play, by W. 
Stanton Howard. 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© W. S. Howard, New York; D:9658, 
Dec. 18, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 18, 1906. 246 

Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden. 

© Bennett D. Marks, Chicago ; 1899 : 68738, 
Oct. 23. 247 

Adam Bede; a drama, by M. St. John. 

© Mary St. John, New York ; D : 1528, Mar. 
7, 1902. 248 

in 4 acts, by W. Howell Poole. Type- 
written. 

© William C. Cowper, New York ; 1900 A : 
27530, Nov. 6 ; 2e. Nov. 6. 249 



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270 



Adam. Bede — Continued. 

a play dramatized from George Eliot's 

novel, by M. C. Craft. Oakland, Cal., The 

Oaliland tribune, 1901. 85 p. 8°. 
© Mabel Clare Craft, Oakland, Cal.; D: 

1010, Oct. 25, 1901 ; 2c. Nov. 20, 1901. 250 

a play in 5 acts, dramatized from George 



Eliot's celebrated novel, by F. H. Mead and 
T. D. Beasley. Typewritten. 

© F. H. Mead and T. D. Beasley, San Di- 
ego, Cal. ; 1897 : 25901, Apr. 26 ; 2c. May 21. 

251 

a play in 5 acts, founded on George Eliot's 



famous novel, by R. I. Weed. 

© Robert Lewis Weed, New York ; 1900 A : 
331, Jan. 3; 2c. Jan. 3. 252 

— Same. [New York, 1899] 111 p. 8". 

© R. L. Weed, New York; 1899:46820, 
July 19; 2c. Aug. 4; 2c. July 19 ( tj^pewritten ) , 

253 

— See also Hetty Sorrel. 



Adam, Eve and the servant in the garden of 
Eden; by E. Barnum. 10 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Edgar Barnum, New York; D : 12788, 
Apr. 20, 1908; 7c. Apr. 20, 1908; Ic. May 1, 
1908. 254 

Adam Goodwon; farce in 1 act, by F. J. Stan- 
ton. Norwich, N. Y., F. J. Stanton. 12 p. 8°. 

© Aug. 10, 1911; 2c. Aug. 12, 1911; D: 
24918; Frank J. Stanton, Norwich, N. Y. 

255 

Adam Harney; or. The outlaw reclaimed, a 
drama of California in the days of the Forty- 
niners, by H. Morford. 

© Henry Morford, New York; 1876:3574, 
Mar. 24. 256 

Adam Killjoy; comedy playlet in 1 act, by 
Stephen G. Champlin. 12 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 4. 1914; D: 39002; Harry Hol- 
man, Tyrone, Okl. 256a 

Adam the Second. 

© Will C. Matthews, Ivy City, D. C. ; 1899 : 
82837, Dec. 22. 257 

Adam to Columbus; play in 1 act, by Wm. B. 
Bennett. 8 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 29, 1912; D: 30377; Wm. Ben- 
don Bennett, Milaca, Minn. 258 

Adamina; zarzuela en prosa y verso en 1 acto 
y 4 cuadros. de J. Samaniego y E. Ramos 
Padilla, musica del maestro Federico Chaves. 
Madrid, R. Velasco. 39 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16897; Juan Samaniego and Enrique Ramos 
Padilla, Madrid. 259 



Adamless (An) Eden; by H. Saville Clarke. 
Typewritten. 

© Boosey & co., London; 1900 A: 11697, 
May 9; 2 c. May 9. 260 

spectacular extravaganza in 2 acts, by S. T. 



Jack. 

© Sam T. Jack, Chicago ; 1895 : 12828, Mar. 
4. 261 

sex comedy in 3 acts, by C. Moore, 76 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1915: D: 39921; Carlyle 
Moore, Dingmans Ferry, Pa. 261a 

Adamo; or. The man without a soul, a play, 
by G. Lipsher. 

© George Lipsher, New Orleans; 1895: 
19334, Apr. 8 ; 2c. Apr. 6. 262 

Adam's ancestors; patriotic romance in 3 acts, 
by W. jMunsell. 151 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1912; D : 29675 ; Warren Mun- 
sell, Des Moines. 263 

Adam's dream; a miracle play for children, by 
A. Corbin. 

© Alice Corbin, Lake Bluff, 111. ; D : 13043, 
May 23, 1908. 264 

and two other miracle plays for children, by 



A. Corbin, with illustrations after the manner 
of the old English woodcuts by Wm. P. Hen- 
derson, and music for the little songs and cho- 
ruses in the plays by Roy McWilliams. New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1909. 2 p. 1., vii-xii 
p. 1 1. 55 p. illus., plates, music. 12°. 

© Sept. 7, 1909; 2c. Sept. 13, 1909; A: 
247247 ; Alice Corbin, Lake Bluff, 111. 265 

Addio, Madretta and other plays; by S. Young. 
Chicago, Charles H. Sergei & co., 1912. 137 p. 
12°. Contents : Addio. — Madretta. — The star in 
the trees. — The twilight saint. — The dead 
poet. — The seven kings and the wind. — The 
queen of Sheba. 

© Dec. 20, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 23, 1912 ; D : 31867 ; 
Stark Young, Austin, Tex. 266 

Adeda; or, The priest's infatuation, a play in 5 
acts. 

© J. C. Porter, St. Louis; 1885:23159, Nov. 
5. 267 



— or, The story of a dagg'er, a play in 5 acts. 

© J. C. Porter, St. Louis ; 1884 : 11398, June 
6. 268 

Same. 



© Jno. C. Porter, St. Louis; 1890:18663, 
June 9. 269 

Adelaide; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, by T. F. 
Clark. 

© Thomas F. Clark, New York ; 1872 : 4012, 
Apr. 16. 270 



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Adelaide — Continued. 

1 act pl:iy, adapted from the Gei-man of 

Hugo Muller, by D. Bispham. Typewritten. 

© David Bis^pbam, New Yorlc; 1897:4908, 
Jan. 14 ; 2c. Jan. 14. 271 

Adele; play in 3 acts, by Paul Herve, English by 
A. Pbllipp, music by Jean Briquet. 3 v. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1913 ; D : 32096 ; Adolf Philipp 
CO., New York. 272 

or, Under a cloud, a drama by W. Ware, 

arr. from Sylvanus Cobb's story of The lost 
heir. 

© Willie Ware, Brooklyn ; 1872 : 1203 ; Feb. 
7. 273 

a drama in 4 acts, by W. Ware. 



© Willie Ware, New York ; 1871 : 7838, Aug. 
22. 274 

Adele Marot; a melodrama in 5 acts, by E. Mor- 
timer. 

© Edmund Mortimer, New York; 18S8: 
9969, Apr. 5. 275 

Adele. the saleslady; a drama, by J. A. Mack, 
from the novel The saleslady, written by him 
for the New York weekly, under the pseudo- 
nym of Esther Clare Summerson. New York, 
John Polhemus, 1879. 

© John Alfred Mack, New York; 1879: 
12864, Sept. 27 ; 2c. Sept. 27. 276 

a drama founded on the novel entitled The 

saleslady; or, Alone in the world, by J. A. 
Mack (Esther Clare Summerson.) 

© John Alfred Mack, New York; 1878: 
11627, Oct. 9. 277 

a play, dramatized by arrangement with 

Street & Smith, from the exciting story pub- 
lished recently in the New York weekly. 

© G. W. Ridden, New York; 1881:8854, 
June 6. 278 

Adele Volkart; schauspiel in 3 akteu, von J. 
Neumann. 48 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1912 ; D : 31145 ; Jacques Neu- 
mann, Vienna. 279 

Adeline's bond; a drama in 5 acts, by A. C. Guu- 
ter. 

© Archibald C. Gunter, New York; 1881: 
20556, Dec. 31. 280 

Adella; a drama in 4 acts, by J. Constas. 72 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© John Constas, Washington ; D :15308, Mar. 
11, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 11, 1909. 281 

Adept (The); a scenario of a drama in 3 acts, 
by M. Linwood Severy. Typewritten. 

© Melvin L. Severy, Boston; 1894:35581, 
July 25 ; 2c. July 24. 282 



Adhemar; an original play in 4 acts, by P. Wil- 
stach. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Paul Wilstach, New York; D : 5526, Sept. 
13, 1904; 2c. Sept. 13, 1904. 283 

Adinelle; a drama in 4 acts and a prologue, by 
E. Garmont. 

© Emil Garmont, Chicago; 1884 : 11(559, 
June 9. 284 

Adios, Malaga la bella; zarzuela c6mico-dra- 
matica de costumbres malagueiias en 1 acto 
y 3 cuadros, en prosa, original, [de] A. Saenz 
y Saenz, musica de Cabas Quiles. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1908. 43 p. 
12°. 

© Antonio Saenz v Saenz, Madrid ; D : 
14689, Jan. 2, 1909; 2c. Jan. 4, 1909. 285 

Adirondack (An) adventure; an original 
American comedy in 3 acts, by O. Logan and 
Anna Jenness Miller. 

© Olive Logan, Washington; 1898:71123, 
Dec. 7. 286 

Adirondack folks; a mountain romance in 4 
acts, by H. P. Bigelow. 

© Harry Pavne Bigelow, Baldinsville, N. Y. ; 
1899 : 32355, May 3 ; 2c. May 26. 287 

Adirondacks (The); an American society play 
in 3 acts. 

© Wm. H. Leake, United States; 1878: 
11333, Oct. 2. 288 

an original play in 4 acts, by F. Cowan. 

© Fletcher Cowan, Hoboken, N. J.; 1893: 
48887, Nov. 2. 289 

Adita, son of the Sioux; an Indian drama in 3 
acts, by Francis La Flesche and H. Kane. 98 
p. obi. 16°, Typewritten. 

© Helen P. Kane, Washington; D : 13799, 
Aug. 20, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 3, 1908. 290 

Adjoining' (The) flat; by Joseph A. Westhauser. 
7 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1911 ; D : 24839 ; James Fran- 
cis O'Donnell, Cincinnati. 291 

sketch, by J. A. Westhauser. 6 p. f°. 

Tyiiewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23. 1910; D: 20868; Joseph A. 
Westhauser, St. Paul. 292 

Adland. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Theodore Waters, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ; D : 
9298, Oct. 20, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 26, 1906. 293 

Admetus, a Thessalian fantasy; drama in 4 
acts, by I. E. Outcault. 50 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 36565; Irving E. 
Outcault, San Diego, Cal. 293a 

Same. Chula Vista, Cal., Denrich press 

[1914] 80 p. plates. 8°. 

© Dec. 7, 1914; 2c. Jan. 4, 1915; A: 391235; 
Irving E. Outcault, San Diego, Cal. 293b 



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316 



Admirable (The) Bashville; or, Constancy un- 
rewarded, being the novel of Cashel Byron's 
profession done into a stage play in 3 acts 
and in blanli verse, with a note on modern 
prizefighting, by Bernard Shaw. New York, 
Brentano's, 1913. 74 p. 16". 

© Sept. 10, 1913; 2c. Nov. 13, 1913; A: 
361164; G. B.' Shaw, London. 294 

Admirable Crichton; a play, by M. Goldsmith. 
92 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Milton Goldsmith, Philadelphia ; D : 2617, 
Nov. 5, 1902; 2c. Feb. 2, 1903. 295 

Admirable Miranda; written for the Hopeful! 
well affected chib, bv P. L. Clark. Westfleld, 
Mass., 1905. 34 p. 12". 

© Patty Lee Clark, Westfleld, Mass.; D: 
7386, Oct. 10, 1905; 2c. Oct. 28, 1905. 296 

Admiral (The) Typewritten. 

© Paul W. Hyde. Pittsburgh; 1899:83842, 
Dec. 27 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1900. 297 

a dramatic triad, by C. Pendleton. 

© Charlotte Pendleton, Philadelphia ; 1889 : 
2270, Jan. 18 ; 2c. Jan. 29. 298 

Admiral Att; comic opera libretto in 2 acts, 
words and lyrics by Joseph Blethen. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Alden Joseph Blethen. jr., Seattle; D: 
5766, Oct. 24, 1904 ; 2c. May 3, 1905. 299 

Admiral Cupid; a spectacular romantic comic 
opera in 3 acts, written by D. F. R. McGregor, 
composed by Max Hirschfeld. 

© Donald Fitz Randolph McGregor, Brook- 
lyn ; 1894 : 19352, Apr. 14. 300 

Admiral Guinea. See Three plays; by W. E. 
Henley and R. L. Stevenson. 

Admiral Peters; comedy in 1 act, by W. W. 
Jacobs and Horace Mills. New York, S. 
French ; London, S. French, ltd. 13 p. 12". 

© Sept. 16, 1909; 2c. Sept 17, 1909; D: 
16812; Samuel French, ltd., London. 301 

Admiral's (The) daughter; in 4 acts, by E. L. 
Joslin. Typewritten. 

© Edith L. Joslin, Boston; 1900 A: 31442, 
Dec. 28 ; 2c. Dec. 28. . 302 



— a poetical drama in blank verse, founded on 
the massacre of St. Bartholomew in France, 
by W. W. Campbell. 

© W. Wilfred Campbell, Ottawa, Canada; 
1898 : 35328, June 9. 303 



— or. The slave ship, marine comedy in 1 act, 
dialogue by N. Waybura and John T. Nichol- 
son. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1914 ; D : 38447 ; New Wayburn, 
New York. 303a 



Admirer (The) See New (The) woman. 



Adolphe Challet; an emotional play in 5 acts, bv 
G. M. Ciprico. 

© George M. Ciprico, San Francisco; 1881: 
12104, Aug. 5. 304 

Adonis; a burlesque extravaganza in 2 acts and 
5 scenes, by W. Gill. 

© William Gill, New York; 1884:12044, 
June 13. 305 

Adonis (The) ballet; in several compositions, in- 
vented and arr. by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; 1887:1725, 
Jan. 21. 306 

Adonis in France; burlesque, t^y H. M. Pitt. 

© Henry Maeder Pitt, New York; 1887: 

5325, JMar. 7. 307 

Adonis in Paris; burlesque, by H. M. Pitt. 

© Henry Maeder Pitt, New York; 1887: 

5326, Mar. 7. 308 

Adopted; an original moral drama in 5 acts, by 
J. F. Wagner and F. Rode. 

© Jobn F. Wagner and Fred'k. Rode, New 
York ; 1878 : 7563, June 27. 309 

(Die adoptirten); a comedy-drama in 4 

acts, by Hugo Buerger. 

© Imre Kiralfy, United States; 1877:12535, 
Oct. 30. 310 

Adopted (The) child; play in 4 acts, by B. Wit- 
kowski. 50 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1913 ; D : 35571 ; Birdie Wit- 
kowski, Chicago. 311 

Adopted daughter; a brilliant new melodrama 
in 4 acts. f°. Typewritten. 

© Israel M. Silkworth, Baltimore; D : 8248, 
Mar. 29, 1906; 2c. Mar. 29, 1906. 312 

Adopted son. See Minstrel boy. 
Adopting a baby. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Dorotby Usner Baxter, New York ; D : 
5264, June 16, 1904; 2c. June 16, 1904. 313 

Adopting Lucy; play by Richard E. Harcourt, 
[pseud, of F. A. Paillou.] 14 p. 4°. Type- 
w^ritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 4, 1912 ; D : 28218 ; F. A. Paillou, 
St. Louis. 314 

Adoption (The) and other sketches. See Man 
(The) behind the screen. — Treva. 

Adoption (The) of Archibald; a farcical com- 
edy in 3 acts, by E. Selwyn. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edgar Selwyn, New York; D : 2395, Sept. 
30, 1902; 2c. Sept. 30, 1902. 315 

Adoptirte (Die); lokal-posse mit gesang in 3 ak- 
ten uud 4 bildern, nebst 1 vorspiel. Die iiber- 
raschten junggesellen von E. Boremsky und M. 
Cohnheim. 

© Eugene Boremskv and Max Cohnheim, 
New York; 1883: 10700, June 12. 316 



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337 



Adoptirten (Die) See Adopted (The) 

Adora; a new comedy-drama, by Edwin F. De 
Nyse. 

© Kiralfy brotliers, New York ; 1875 : 7823, 
July 27. 317 

Adorable Elizabetli; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Eugene Latour. 

© Roxbury pub. co.. New York ; 1899 : 76303, 
Nov. 22 ; 2c. Nov. 15. 318 

Adoration (The) of the Magi kings. Sec Dawn 
(The) of redemption. 

Adrian the patriarch; a drama in 5 acts, by A. 
T. Mitchell. 

© Alexander T. Mitchell, Philadelphia: 
1883 : 5421, Mar. 23. 319 

Adriana Lecouvreur; commedia-dramma di E. 
Scribe ed E. Legouve, ridotta in 4 atti per la 
scena lirica da A. Colautti ; musica di Fran- 
cesco Gilea. New York, V. Ciocia [1902] 120 
p. 12°. 

© Edoardo Sonzogno, Milran ; D : 2514, Oct. 
30, 1902 ; 2c. Oct. 30, 1902. 320 

Adrienne; a 1 act play In blank verse. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

I© Marjorie Benton Cooke, Chicago; D: 
6746, May 29, 1905; 2c. May 29, 1905. 321 

• or, Love versus passion, play in 4 acts, by 

A. I. Finkle. 82 p. 4". Tyi)ewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 11, 1913; D: 34402; Alex. I. 
Finkle, New York. 322 

Adrienne Feyh; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by 
J. Robertson. 

© James Robertson, United States; 1878: 

446, Jan. 9. 323 

Adrienne Lecouvreur; a lyrical drama in 4 acts, 

by A. Colautti, music by Francesco GUea. New 

York, F. Rullman [1906] 75 p. 8°. 

© F. Rullman. New York; D : 9122, Sept. 21, 
1906 ; 2c. Nov. 12, 1906. 324 

piece en 6 actes [par S. Bernhardt] [Paris, 

Impr. de I'lllustration] 1907. 2 p. 1., 73 p. 
12°. 

© Sarah Bernhardt. Paris; D : 10413, Apr. 
25, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 25, 1907. 325 

•play in 5 acts, by Sarah Bernhardt, the 



story in English and French, by Charles Al- 
fred Byrne. New York, F. Pullman [1905] 
23 p. 8°. 

© F. Rullman, New York ; D : 7675, Dec. 7, 
1905 ; 2c. Dec. 13, 1905. 326 

Adrift; a romantic idyl in 5 acts, by J. A. 
Stevens. 

© John A. Stevens, United States; 1887: 
1933, Jan. 24. 327 

a society play in 3 acts, act 2, by N. Ames, 

i. e. Eleanor Maria Easterbrook Ames. 

© Nellie Ames, Brooklyn ; 1874 : 510, Jan. 



Adrift in New York; by S. MacDonald. 40 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Sara MacDonald, New York; D:8336, 
Apr. 13, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 13, 1906. 329 

a comedy drama in 4 acts, by N. S. Wood. 

© N. S. Wood, New York ; 1889 : 8235, Mar. 
14. 330 



a dramatic composition, by H. Alger, jr. 

© Horatio Alger, jr.. New York ; 1889 : 4209, 
Feb. 5. 331 

Advance (The) agent. 198 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Wm. B. Young, Chicago ; D : 12602, Mar. 
24, 1908; 2c. Mar. 24, 1908. 332 

1 act play, by R. Warner. 16 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Richard Warner, New York ; D : 13070, 
May 27, 1908; 2c. May 27, 1908. 333 

or, Her mother's last wish, 1 act playlet, 

by D. Howe. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 2, 1912; D: 28919; Den Howe, 
Baltimore. 334 

Advance edition of the Republican national 
convention; a travesty in 1 act, by Douglas 
Malloch, staged under the direction of Otis B. 
Thayer. 13 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 10, 1912; D: 29631; Press club 
of Chicago, Chicago. 335 



See New (The) woman's 
Advent. See Plays; by August Strindberg. 



Advanced woman 
club. 



Adventure (An); by O. Dymow. 

^poHcniecTBie; nbeca Bt o^hom'B ^^'SficTBiH. 
Ociina JIfiiMOBa. 
28 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Mar. 11, 1915; D: 39918; Ossip Dy- 
mow, New York. 335a 

play in 5 acts, by H. B. Binns. 104 p. 12°. 



Printed. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1910 ; D : 22643 ; Henry Bryan 
Binns, Eden Bridge, England. 336 

— romantic variation on a Homeric theme [in 
5 acts, by] H. B. Binns. New York, B. W. 
Huebsch : Loudon, A. C. Fifield, 1911. 5 p. 1., 
96 p. 16°. 

© Feb. 16, 1911; 2c. Feb. 20, 1911; D: 
23442 ; Henry Bryan Binns, London. 337 

— See also Balaustion's Euripides. 



15. 



328 



Adventure galley; play in 4 acts, by B. Bloch. 
109 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19, 1914; D: 37357; Bertram 
Bloch, New York. 337a 



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349 



Adventure (An) in justice; or, Hobbe's hobby, 
comedy drama in 4 acts, by E. O. Tilburne. 
160 p. f°. Tyiiewi-itten. 

© Ic. Nov. 20, 1914; D:38SG0; Edward 
Oliver Tilburne, St. Paul. 337b 

Adventure (An) in the land of Nod; by F. G. 

Ilonth and Justin Paige. 4". Typewritten. 

© Francis Greye Routh, Cincinnati ; D : 

10200, Mar. 23, 1907; 2c. Mar. 23, 1907. 338 

Adventure (The) of a New York detective. 
f^ce Limber Jim. 

Adventure of Lady Ursula; comedy in 4 acts, 
by Anthony Hope [pseud, of Antbony Hope 
Hawkins] New York, S. French; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1910. 4 p. 1., 7-137 p. 12". 

© June 15, 1010; 2c. June 15, 1910; D: 
21340; Samuel French, ltd., London. 339 

Adventure (The) of Mary. See St. Patrick's 
eve. 

Adventure (The) of the Lady Ursula; a com- 
edy in 4 acts, by Anthony Hope [pseud, of 
Anthony Hope Hawkins] New York, R. H. 
Russel."l89S. 3 p. 1., 125 p. illus. pi. 8°. 

© R. H. Russel, New York; 1898:67846, 
Nov. 21 ; 2c. Dec. 24. 340 

Adventurer (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by Al- 
fred Capus, tr. from the French by Benedict 
Papot. {In Drama, no. 16, Nov. 1914; peri- 
o.lical © Dec. 2, 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 19, 1915 ; B : 
32S0S3; Drama league of America, Chicago) 

340a 

humane play in 4 acts, by D. Oppenheim. 

143 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1909 ; D : 17738 ; David Op- 
penheim, New York. 341 

Adventurers; by M. W. Brooks. 66 p. f". 
Typewritten. 

© Mary Wallace Brooks, Grafton, Ontario, 
Canada; D : 12108, Jan. 13, 1908; 2c. Feb. 24, 
1908. 342 

pageant in 4 parts, by J. B. Carrington. 



48 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1913; D: 36065; John B. Car- 
rington, San Antonio. ■■ 342a 

Adventures; or. The woman-hater, vaudeville 
sketch, by U. Akerstrom. 28 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 27, 1910 ; D : 21657 ; Ullie Aker- 
strom, Brooklyn. 343 

Adventures in Cuba. See Maine (The) disas- 
ter. 

Adventures in the far West. See Jack Wilson, 
the scout. 

Adventures in the old land and the new. ilee 
Eviction (The) 

5379—15- 



Adventures of a bachelor; by Mrs. Mark Pea- 
body. 

© Louise E. Paullin, New York ; 1881 : 5022, 
Apr. 2. 344 

Adventures of a cast-ofc; photo drama for 
cleanup week in 11 incidents, by A. Pennewell. 
(In Oak leaves, v. 34, no. 20, May 8, 1915) 

© Riay 8, 1915 ; Ic. May 15, 1915 ; D : 41024 ; 
Aimer Pennewell, Oak Park, 111. 344a 

Adventures (The) of a college bride. See Ma- 
sonic (The) ring'. 

Adventures (The) of a hard boiled egg; by 
Barry Gray. 9 p. 4°. Typ'ewritten. 

© James L. Harkless and Madeline Hart- 
ford, Belle Vernon, Pa.; D : 14523, Dec. 12, 
1908 ; 2c. Dec. 12, 1908. 345 

Adventures (The) of a lively hussy. See Lady 
Betty Martingale. 

Adventures (The) of a love letter. See Scrap 
(A) of paper. 

Adventures (The) of a sealed packet. See Na- 
bob's (The) fortune. 

Adventures of a speculative Yankee. See 
Hezekiah Hapgood. 

Adventures (The) of a telegraph operator. See 
Curious. 

Adventures (The) of Ademont; by F. E. Moore. 
15 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 19, 1911; D: 24729; F. E. Moore, 
Milwaukee. 346 

Adventures of Aladdin and his lamp. See 
New (A) version of The adventures of Alad- 
din and his lamp. 

Adventures of an actress; up-to-date musical 
sketch in 1 scene, by E. B. Egan. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Edith Barnes Egan, Brooklyn; D: 11966, 
Dec. 21, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 8, 1908. 347 

Adventures (The) of an Irish guide. See 
E.ody, the rover. 

Adventures (The) of Arthur Lynch. See High 
treason. 

Adventures (The) of Atwood; by W. L. Harts- 
horn. 116 p. Typewritten. 

© W. L. Hartshorn, Hanover, N. H. ; D: 
1203, Dec. 21, 1901; 2c. Dee. 21, 1901; 2c. 
printed ed. Apr. 18, 1903. 348 

Adventures of Barney, the guide; an original 
melodramatic episode, together with original 
scenes, songs, and tableaux, written, composed 
and designed by J. MacEvoy. 

© John MacEvoy, New York; 1872:3348, 
ApJ^ 1. 349 



■ See also Haunted (The) guide. 



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Adventures (The) of Chlora; play in 5 acts, by 

F. H. Shelton. 55 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 4, 1913; D: 32185; Fredk. H. 
Sbelton, Philadelphia. 350 

Adventures (The) of Don Juan; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by R. Mansfield. 

© Richard Mansfield, United States; 1890: 
3S697, Dec. 8. 351 

Adventures (The) of Don Quixote de la Man- 
cha and his squire Sancho Panza; farce- 
comedy in 5 acts, dramatized from the novel 
of Micuel de Cervantes Saavedra, by I. Lud- 
low. 125 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1912 ; D : 31507 ; Israel Lud- 
low, New York. 352 

Adventures (The) of Fred Esteller. See Ten 
thousand. 

Adventures of Hypatia; a play in 4 acts, found- 
ed on Charles Kingsley's novel of that name, 
by G. Stuart Ogilvie. Rahway. N. J., The Mer- 
shon CO., 1894. 

© W. Heinemann, London; 1894:7317, 
Apr. 2. 353 

Adventures (The) of Jack; comedy in 2 acts, by 

G. F. Gundelfinger. 80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1911; D: 24153; Geo. F. Gun- 
delfinger, New Haven. 354 



Adventures (The) of Legate Grove, 
der a cloud. 



See Un- 



Ad ventures (The) of Little Red Riding Hood; 
an operetta in 4 acts, by Richard Hardman. 

© Roxbury pub. co.. New York ; 1899 : 76331, 
Nov. 22; 2c. Nov. 15. 355 

Adventures (The) of Louis Casimir; a roman- 
tic drama in 4 acts, by F. Hall. 

© Franklin Hall, Philadelphia; D : 3039, 
Dec. 9. 356 

Adventures (The) of Lydia. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Moses Goldstein, Brooklyn ; D : 1194, Dec. 

18,1901 ; Ic. Nov. 9,1901 ; Ic. Feb. 21, 1902. 357 

Adventures (The) of Miss Linn; by H. Rogers. 

© Harry Rogers, New York; 1900 A: 27559, 
Nov. 6. 358 

Adventures of Mr. Tom and the baron; a farce 
in 3 acts, by F. Summerfield. Typewritten. 

© Fred Summerfield, New York; 1899: 
35272, May 26 ; 2c. May 26. 359 

Adventures (The) of Mutt and Jeff; musical 
comedy in 1 act, by J. Lyle. 10 p. f". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1911; D: 23334; Jack Lyle, 
New York. 360 

Adventures (The) of one O'Billiard McWil- 
liams. See Comedy (The) of the Killtown 
rivals. 



Adventures (The) of our commercial travel- 
ers. See Pluck. 

Adventures (The) of Peck's bad boy; a farce 
comedy in 1 act, by C. Francis. 16 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 26, 1912 ; D : 30108 ; C. Francis, 
Hornell, N. Y. 361 

Adventures of Pinocchio; arranged from the 
■ Italian of C. Collodi [pseud, of Carlo Loren- 

zini] by Emily Gray. Chicago, A. Flanagan 

company [1911] 79 p. illus. (part col.) 

16". 

© Dec. 20, 1911; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1911; A: 

305136; A. Flanagan co., Chicago. 362 

Adventures (The) of Polly. See Girl worth 
while. 

Adventures (The) of Sherlock Holmes. See 
Sign of the four. 

Adventures of Smith & Jones; a farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. J. Murray. 

© John J. Murray, Cincinnati ; 1898 : 65109, 
Nov. 7. 363 

Adventures (The) of the bad boy; an original 
3 act comedy, by William J. Hand and Ulysses 
D. Newell. 63 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Union amusement co.. New York ; D : 
10597, May IS, 1907 ; 2c. July 15, 1907. 364 

Adventures (The) of the Yama Yamas; play. 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York; D: 
13395. July 22, 1908. 365 

Adventures of Tom and Jerry; or, Cafe La 
Trouble. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fre<l Roger Imhof, Rock Island. 111.; D: 
4907, Apr. 20, 1904; 2c. Apr. 20, 1904. 366 

Adventures (The) of Tom Sawyer; play in 4 
acts, by P. Kester. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 2, 1914 ; D : 36212 ; Paul Kester, 
Alexandria, Va. 366a 

Adventures (The) of Tom Van Aster; by the 

mythsterious cuss. 

© Charles A. Glyn, New York ; 1882 : 10357, 
June 22. 367 

Adventuress (The); a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by B. IL Hilton. 

© Susan Denin, New York; 1871:11355, 
Dec. 1. 368 

a comedy in 4 acts, by Emile Angler. 

© F. Rullman, New York ; 1888 : 27474, Sept. 
27; 2c. Oct. 8. 369 

a drama in 5 acts, by J. W. Hartley. 

© J. Warren Hartley, Philadelphia; 1893: 
17475, Apr. 8. 370 

musical comedy in 2 acts, by W. Chase and 

C. Nathan. 94 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 6, 1912; D: 30455; Will Chase 
and Casper Nathan, New York. 371 



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389 



Adventuress (The) — Continued. 

an original American play in 4 acts, by A. 

Pitou. 

© Augustus Pitou, New York ; 1874 : 10212, 
Aug. 3. 372 

a play. 

© A. W. Hammond, New York ; 1879 : 57fiO, 
Apr. 29. 373 
play in 1 act, by H. Whitaker. 17 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1914; D : 3G299 ; Herman 
Whitaker, Piedmont, Cal. 374 
romantic tabloid in 3 acts, by W. C. Her- 
man. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 1914. 
30 p. t". Mimeographed. 

© Dec. 1, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 18, 1914 ; D : 39141 ; 
Alex. Byers, Chicago. 374a 

or, Lady Evelyn's triumph; a drama in 4 

acts, by W. Burt Emerson. Clyde, O., Ames 
publishing company. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1S93 : 9225, Feb. 
20; 2c. Feb. 20. 375 

Adversaire (L'); comedie en 4 actes, par Alfred 
Capus. Paris, E. Fasquelle, 1904. 3 p. 1., 280 
p. 12". 

© Eugene Fasquelle, Paris; D : 4749, June 
2, 1904; 2c. Dec. 28, 1903; 2c. Jan. 29, 1904. 

376 

See also Theatre complet; [de] Alfred Ca- 
pus. 

Advertised. 12 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Edgar Stoltz, San Francisco; D : 8194, 



Mar. 19, 1906; 2c. Mar. 19, 1906. 

A. Stiles. 



f°. 



377 
Type- 



Advertised for; by J 
written. 

© James A. Stiles, Brooklyn ; D : 12390, Feb. 
19, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 12, 1908. 378 

Advertisement; play in 4 acts, by Basil Mac- 
Donald Hastings. New York, S. French; 
London, S. French, ltd. 114 p. 12°. 

© May 18, 1915 ; 2c. May 20, 1915 ; D : 40811 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 378a 

Advertisement (The) writer. 

© George R. Craw, Chicago ; D : 11944, Dec. 
19, 1907. 379 

Advertiser (The); comedy in 3 acts, by J. Me- 
dill Patterson. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 8, 1912; D : 29634 ; Joseph M. 
Patterson, Chicago. 380 

Advertising agent; dramatic composition in 3 
acts, by E. W. Scully. 88 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1910; D: 20252; Eugene W. 
Scully, Montvale, N. J. 381 

a modern drama, by C. T. Cargill. 

© C. T. Cargill, Newport, Ky. ; 1895 : 37016, 
July 17 ; 2c. July 29. 382 



Advertising brings results; a comedy sketch in 
1 act, by M. Coe and Lulla Cortelyou. 15 p. 
f. Typewritten. 

© Marie E. Coe, Melrose, Cal.; D: 15889, 
May 19, 1909 ; 2c. May 19, 1909. 383 

farce in 1 act, by M. Coe and L. Grant. 16 

p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic, June 16, 1914 ; D : 37329 ; Marie Coe 
and Leila Grant, Los Angeles. 383a 

Advertising for a husband; farce in 1 act, by 
Charles S. Bird. New York, S, French ; Lon- 
don, S, French, ltd. 28 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 28, 1911 ; 2c, Dec. 2^8, 1911 ; D : 28109 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 384 

play in 1 act, by H. A. Littledale. 16 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2. 1914 ; D : 37199 ; Harold A, Lit- 
tledale, New York. 384a 

Advertising (The) girls; a masque of very fly 
leaves in 2 scenes, by Amelia Sanford. Bos- 
ton, W. H. Baker & co., 1900. 18 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; 1900 A : 
1037, Jan. 11 ; 2c. Jan. 31, 1900. 385 

Advertising (The) man; comedy in 4 acts, by 
F, W. Robinson. 117 p, 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic, Jan. 21, 1914 ; D : 35736 ; Fred Warner 
Robinson, New York. 385a 

See also Land (The) of Lag. 



Advertising (The) of Kate; play in 4 acts, by A. 
N. Meyer. 129 p. 4". Typewritten, 

© Ic. June 22, 1912; D: 30085; Annie 
Nathan Meyer, New York. 386 

Advice; a play in 1 act, by C. L. Fox, 4°. 
Typewritten, 

© Constance Le Vien Fox, New York ; D : 
5763, Nov. 12, 1904; 2c. Nov. 12, 1904, 387 

Advice ltd. ; comedy drama in 4 acts, by M. C. G. 
Bright. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept, 10, 1914 ; D : 38079 ; Mary Chave- 
lita Golding Bright, Loudon, 387a 

Advice to husbands. See Estranged. 

Advice wanted; vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by 
William and Josephine Giles. New York, Dick 
& Fitzgerald. 6 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 2, 1915; 2c. Aug. 3, 1915; D : 41407 ; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 387b 

Adviser; comedietta in 1 act, by L. Karr. 24 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 190Q; D: 17156; Louise Karr, 
New York. 388 

Adzuma; or. The Japanese wife, a play in 4 
acts, by E, Arnold. New York, Charles Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1893, 

© Edwin Arnold, Great Britain ; 1893 : 4128, 
Jan. 19 ; 2c. Jan. 20. 389 



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412 



Aegtesland; spil i 3 akter med forspillet De 
uuge dr0mme ;if E. Gad. Kj0benhavn og 
Kristiania, Gyldendalske boghandel, Nordisk 
forlag, 1913. 2 p. 1. 64 p. 8°. 

© Oct. 25, 1913 ; 2c. Nov. 4, 1913 ; D : 34935 ; 
Emma Gad, Copeuhagen. 390 

Aeneas; a drama. 

© Charles Gildelaaus, St. Louis; 1SS4 : 20437, 
Oct. 10 ; 2c. Oct. 10. 391 

Aeneas at the court of Dido. 102 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Robert Hammond Real, Baltimore ; D : 
3824, Aug. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 12, 1903. 392 

Aeneid. See Dido. — Flight (The) of Aeneas. 

Aenone; an emotional drama in 5 acts, trans- 
lated and adapted from the French by A. Fal- 
lon. 

© Anita Fallon, San Francisco; 1888: 22104, 
Aug. 1. 393 

Aerial (An) excursion. Typewritten. 

© Walter P. Portman, Chicago; D : 7430. 
Oct. 20, 1905 : 2c. Oct. 20, 1905. 394 

Aerial (An) honeymoon; musical comedy in 2 
scenes, by P. Goldmann. 10 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1911; D: 24148; Philipp Gold- 
mann, New York. 395 

1 act operette, by P. Goldmann. 12 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1910; D: 22974; Philipp Gold- 
mann, New York. 396 

pantomimic musical comedy in 3 acts, by 



John F. Byrne. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Sept. 8, 1914 ; D : 38065 ; Andrew S. Byrne 
and James A. Byrne, Norwich, Conn. 396a 

Aerietta, the smug-g'ler's daug'hter; a nautical 
extravaganza in 3 acts, by L. N. Fletcher, Li- 
bretto. 

© I>ewis Nehemiah Fletcher, Kansas City, 
Mo. ; 1883 : 12550, July 9. 397 

opera, a nautical extravaganza in 3 acts, by 



L. N. Fletcher, music composed by Edw. W. 
Thompson. 

© Lewis Nehemiah Fletcher, Kansas Cltv, 
Mo. ; 1883 : 17470, Sept. 22 ; 2c. Nov. 5. 398 

Aero (The) club; a comedy in 3 acts, by Sydney 
Rosenfeld. 

© S. Rosenfeld, New York ; D : 9574, Dec. 4, 
1906. 399 

Aero-nots (The); 1 act vaudeville farce, by M. 
Ott. 19 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© le. Feb. 20, 1912; D: 28783; Mathew Ott, 



Aeronaut (The). 35 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Aaron Hoffman and Taylor Granville, 
New York ; D : 9505, Nov. 23, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 
1906. 401 

■a musical play in 2 acts, book by Palmer 



Morse, music by Guy Bevier [pseud, of G. B. 
Williams] 

© Guy Bevier Williams, Milwaukee ; D : 
10238, Mar. 29, 1907. 402 

an original play in 4 acts, by Charles Ul- 



Wollaston, Mass. 



400 



rich and H. Gilbert. 

© Harry Gilbert, Cincinnati ; 1881 : 11500, 
July 25. 403 

Aeroplane (An) flirtation; vaudeville sketch in 
2 scenes, by G. F. Sturgis. 20 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 24, 1911; D: 23182; Granville 
Iforbes Sturgis, Denver. 404 

Aesop, the fool; a classic drama in 4 acts and 8 
scenes, by L. P. Brown. 

© Laurence Parmley Brown, New York: 
1896 : 15405, Mar. 9. 405 

Aesthetics (The); an original comedy in 3 acts, 
by Hazel Wood (M. B. Smith). 

© Magda B. Smith, New York; 1881:4382. 
Mar. 22. 406 

Affaeren: komedie i 5 akter, af H. Nathansen. 
K.i0benhavn og Kristiania, Gyldendalske bog- 
handel. Nordisk forlag, 1913. 2 p. 1., 164 p. 
32°. 

© Oct. 29, 1913 ; 2c. Nov. 13, 1913 ; D : 35004 ; 
Henri Nathansen, Copeuhagen. 407 

Affair (The) at the rectory. 14 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Walter II. Fell, Trenlon. N. J.; D : 6.558. 
Apr. 21. 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 21, 1905. 408 

Affair (An) at West-Gate. 4°. Typewritten. 
© J. Benson Stafford, Buffalo; D : 10502, 
May 6, 1907; 2c. May 6, 1907. 409 

Affair (An) in a studio; play in 1 act, by L. A. 
Pape. 8 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 13, 1912; D: 31387; Leon A. 
Pape, Philadelphia. 410 

Affair (The) in the barracks; English version 
of Stein and Soehngen's German play entitled 
Kasernenluft in 4 acts, by C. M. S. McLellan. 
150 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1911 ; D : 24441 ; Liebler & co.. 
New York. 411 

Affair (An) of business; vaudeville sketch in 1 
act, by B. W. Musson. 

© B. W. Musson, Rochester, N. Y. ; 1898: 
19547, Mar. 16. 412 



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434 



Affair (An) of honor; a pautomime in 1 act, by 
J. Perie. Typewritten. 

© Junette Perie, New York; 1898:48492, 
Aug. 17 ; 2c. Nov. 4. 413 

piny in 1 act, by Margaret Raven. 22 p. 

4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 23, 1912; D : 28811 ; E. Daniell 
Lockwood, New York. 414 

See also Cosa (Una) del honra. 



Affair (An) of state; a play in 4 acts. 

© George Porter, Bridgeport, Conn. ; D : 
10152, Mar. 15, 1907. 415 

Affair (An) of the family. 30 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Robert Marcus Rcliinks, Birmingham, 
Ala. ; D : 13319, July 10, 1908 ; 2c. July 10, 1908. 

416 

Affair (An) of the heart; a melodrama in 5 acts, 
by A. E. Rice. 

© Alfred E. Rice, Portland, Or.; D : 7109, 
Aug. 15, 1905. 417 

Affair (The) of the pink gown; a play in 1 act, 
by C. E. Rich. 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Cbarles Edward Rich, New York; D: 
2101, July 10, 1902 ; 2c. July 10, 1902. 418 

Affair of the sword; by F. G. Blakeslee and 
Henry McMauus. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fred G. Blakeslee, Hartford; D : 9090, 
Sept. 15, 190G ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1906. 419 



Affaire (L') Clemenceau. 
(The) case. — Iza. 



See Clemenceau 



Affaire (L') Coverly. See Tichborne (The) 
claimant. 

Affaire d'amour de Mme. Blanche; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by M. Walsh. 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklyn; 1898:24550, 
May 20. 420 

Affaire d'lionneur; by Wm. D. Hall. 7 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

• © Minnie and Etbel Nye, Philadelphia ; D : 
5774, Nov. 15, 1904; 2c. Nov. 15, 1904, 421 

Affaire (Une) d'or; comedie en 3 actes, par M. 

Gerbidon. 32 p. (L'lllustration theatrale, 
' 8^ annee.— 224, IG novembre, 1912.) 

© Nov. 16, 1912 : 2c. Dec. 7, 1912 ; D : 31613 ; 

Marcel Gerbidon, Paris. 422 

Affaire (L') de I'hotel Bitch. See Hotel (The) 
Hitch case. 

Afi'aire (L') des poisons; piece en 5 actes, de V. 
Sardou. [Paris, Impr. de l'lllustration] 1908. 
2 p. 1., 96 p. S". 

© Victorien Sardou, Paris; D : 12436, Feb. 
27, 1908; 2c. Feb. 27, 1908. 423 



Affaire (L') Dreyfus; or. The Devil's Island's 
martyr, tr. from the French L'afCaire Drey- 
fus; ou, Le martyr de I'lle du Diable, a his- 
torical drama in 5 acts and 9 tableaux, by 
J. B. Bouzelli and U. Rustique. 41 p. f°. 

© J. B. Bouzelli and Urbain Rustique, Mon- 
treal, Canada; D : 4809, Mar. 21, 1904. 424 

Affaire Fousseret; schauspiel in 3 aufziigen, von 
Felix Philippi. Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Felix 
Bloch erben. 110 p. S". 

© Ic. Jan. 28. 1914 ; D : 35S12 ; Felix Bloch 
erben. Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 424a 

Affaire (L') Grisel; drame fin 3 actes, [par] 
Lucieu Besnnrd. 

© Felix Demoly, Paris ; D : 10180, Mar. 21, 
1907. 425 

Affaire (Une) pcandaleuse; vaudeville en 4 
actes, i)ar Paul Gavault and Maurice Ordon- 
ueau. Paris, P. V. Stock, 1904. 170 p. 12°. 

© P. V. Stock, Paris ; D : 5948, Dec. 22, 1904 ; 
2c. Dec. 22, 1904. 426 

Affaires (Les) sont les affaires; piece en 3 
actes, de O. Mirbeau. 

© Octave Mirbeau. Paris; D : 3335, Apr. 25, 
1903 ; 2c. Apr. 27, 1903. 427 

Affairs (The) of men; play in 3 acts, by A. C. 
Carruthers. 19 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1914; D: 38435; Arthur C. 
Carruthers, New York. 427a 

Affairs of state; an American comedy, by W. 
Sikes. 

© Wirt Sikes, New York ; 1874 : 2038, Feb. 
20. 428 

Affectation; a musical comedy in 2 acts, de- 
picting the fashionable life. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Julius Wedekind, New York; D : 2521, 
Oct. 31, 1902; 2c. Oct. 31, 1902. 429 

Affection (An) of the heart; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by Eugene Latour. 

© Roxbury pub. co.. New York ; 1899 : 
76305, Nov. 22 ; 2c. Nov. 22. 430 

Affinities; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by H. M. 
Yost. 97 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. xMav 27, 1912; D: 29813; Howard M. 
Yost, Cleveland. 431 

Affinity. 4". Typewritten. 

© Richardson William Dickenson, Sioux 
Falls, S. D. ; D : 2028, June 20, 1902; 2c. June 
20, 1902. 432 



— 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Greenman Howser, Chicago ; D : 14053, 
Oct. 14, 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 14, 1908. 433 



— by W. J. Carter. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 14, 1910 ; D : 17938 ; William J. 
Carter, New York. 434 



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453 



Affinity — Continued. 

family tragedy of the present times in 4 

acts, by Dr. G. Keitz. 123 p. f. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1913 ; D : 32161 ; Gustav Keitz, 
New Orleans. 435 

a play iu 4 acts, by A. M. Bradley. 4". 



Typewritten. 

© Alice M. Bradley, Croton-on-Hudson, 
N. Y.; D: 13549, Aug. 15, 1908; 2c. Aug. 15, 
1908. 436 

— play iu 1 act, by A. B. Ebin. 22 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1914 ; D : 35610 ; Alexander B. 
Ebin, New York. 436a 

— playlet in 1 act, by S. Sbatford. 9 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1914 ; D : 36928 ; Sarah Shat- 
ford. New York. 436b 

Affinity and duty; or, Evangeline and 
Gretchen, play in 1 act, by Anna Turnworm 
[pseud, of M. A. Wolff] 34 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1913; D: 34180; Mary A. 
Wolff, Montgomery, Ala. 437 

Affinity beach, and The girl from Mars; piece 

in 2 acts, by Joe Opp. 45 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 11, 1914 ; D : 37293 ; Joseph Opp, 

New York. 437a 

Affinity (The) bug. 

© Sanford H. Dickinson, Buffalo; D : 15650. 
Apr. 19, 1909. 438 

Affinity (The) garden; a 1 act playlet, by M. S. 
Parr. 19 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Margaret S. Parr, Philadelphia ; D : 15172, 
15172, Feb. 25, 1909; 2c. Feb. 8, 1909. 439 



play in 3 acts, by M. S. L. Parr. 133 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1913 ; D : 34314 ; Margaret S. 
Linn Parr, Collingswood, N. J. 440 

Affinity (The) marriage; a play in 4 acts, by C. 
A. McMullen. 92 p. 12°. 

© Clarence A. McMullen, Oakland, Cal. ; D : 
15510, Apr. 1, 1909; 2c. Apr. 27, 1909. 441 

Afflicted by affinities; a playlet in 1 act, by 
J. W. Allen. 21 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. May 8. 1912; D: 29289; J. Weller 
Allen, Richmond, 111. 442 

Afflicted (The) family; or, A doctor without 
a diploma, a farce comedy in 4 acts, by Mal- 
colm Stewart Taylor. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 
© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1884 : 11352, June 
5 ; 2c. June 5. 443 



Affranchis (Les); piece en 3 actes, par Marie 
Leneru. Paris, Librairie Hachette et cie., 
1911. 227 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 21, 1911; 2c. May 12, 1911; D: 
24192 ; Hachette & co., Paris. 444 

Affranchisement (The) of Louise; play in 3 

acts, by B. Israeli. 114 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1912; D: 29486; Baruch Is- 

. raeli, Washington. 445 

Affreux (L') homme; piece en 2 actes [de] M. 
Vaucaire et Y. Mirande. Paris, I.ibrairie the- 
atrale, 1909. 37 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 15, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 27. 1909 ; D :17785 ; 
Maurice Vaucaire et Yves Mirande, Paris. 

446 

Afloat and ashore; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. F. 

Mil liken. 

© James F. Milliken, New York; 1885: 
27730, Dec. 28. 447 

Afreet (The); play in 1 act by A. Winspeare. 
31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 7, 1915; D : 39714 ; Anthony 
Winspeare, London. 447a 

Africa; or, Livingstone and Stanley, a new 
drama, by John F. Poole. 

© Josh Hart, New York; 1872:9274, Aug. 

29. 448 

Africain (L') See Hamza. 

Africaine (L'); a grand opera in 5 acts, com- 
posed by Giacomo Meyerbeer, adapted from 
the French of E. Schribe, by W. E. Hoffmann. 
© Kate Glover, New York ; 1895 : 51831, Oct. 
12; 2c. received. 449 

African (The) box; or. The magician's trou- 
bles, arr. bv Charles White. New York, R. M. 
De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
14042, Dec. 30; 2c. Mar. 1, 1S76. 450 

African (An) changed. See Their last hope. 

African (The) dodger. Sec Oh promise me. 

African (An) king; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 
Madeline Merli. 

© Charles E. Blaney, New York; 1900 

A : 15381, June 21. 451 

African prince, his capture and escape from 
bondage; or. All for his sister. 

© Elizabeth It. J. Hensen, Chicago; D: 
6955, July 12, 1905. 452 

African (The) princess. Sec Urlina. 

Africanus Blue Beard; a musical Ethiopian bur- 
lesque, by Frank Dumont. New York, R. M. 
De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1876: 
14574, Dec. 29; 2c. Sept. 15, 1877. 453 



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474 



Afrikaforscher (Der); dialog fiir 3 weibliche 
luul 1 miinuliclie rolle, von E. Totzke. Antigo, 
Wis., Antigo publishing co. 1 p. 1., 12 p. 24". 
(Dialoge und vortriige fiir jugendvereine, no. 
43) 

© Nov. 10, 1013; 2c. Nov. 20, 1913; D: 
35069; Antigo pub. co., Antigo, Wis. 454 

Afrikaner; lustspiel in 4 aufziigen [von R. Her- 
manns! Elberfeld. A. Martini & Griittefien, 
g. in. b. h., 190G. 114 p. 16°. 

© Rudolf Hermanns. Elberfeld, Germany; 
C : 131973, Oct. 15, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 15, 1906. 

455 

Afrikanische (Der) Bismarck und die Eng- 
lander. Sec Buren-keile. 

Afrimerican (The); or, Before the war and 
after emancipation, from barbarism to 
bondag'e, and from soldier to citizen, an 
original dramatic production, by W. Foote. 

© William Foote, New York; 1891:11137, 
Mar. 26. 456 

Afro (The) American adventurer; 4 act drama, 
by J. N. Smith. 

© Jean Nuton Smith, Indianapolis; 1896: 
63818, Nov. 23. 457 

After; an original drama in 1 act, by Scott Bat- 
tarns. 

© J. M. Hill, New York ; 1888 : 16478, June 
8. 458 

play in 1 act, by F. Bruegger. 18 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 36492; Frederick 
Bruegger, Chicago. 458a 

After a fashion; or, A doctor without a 
diploma, a farce comedy in 4 acts, by M. 
Taylor. 

© Malcolm Taylor, Chicago; 1878:1185, 
Jan. 28. 459 

After a fortune; or, Foiled by dogs, a border 
drama in 4 acts, by W. D. Marine. 

© Will D. Marine, Indianapolis ; 1890 : 2335, 
Jan. 17. 460 

After a storm comes a calm; a comedietta in 1 
act, by John Maddison Morton. 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York ; 1886 : 30298, 
Dec. 29 ; 2c. Aug. 30, 1888. 461 

After all; comedy in 4 acts, by H. M. Sankey. 
40 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1911 : D : 28101 ; Howard M. 
Sankey, Richmond, Ind. 462 

comedy in 3 acts, by P. K. Driden. 116 p. 

f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1913; D : 33207 ; Paul K. 
Driden, Reading, Pa. 463 



After all — Continued. 

dramatic poem, by Harriet Monroe. {In 

Poet lore, v. 12, no. 3, Julv-Sept., 1900 : period- 
ical © NoA^ 17, 1900; Ic. Nov. 1, 1900; Ic. 
Nov, 4, 1900; B: 18129; Poet lore co., Boston) 

463a 

Sec also Passing (The) show. 

After all the judgment; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
C. Nicholson. Ill p. blueprint plans, obi. 24°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1913 ; D : 32277 ; James Calvin 
Nicholson, Hartford. 464 

After business hours; a comtedy in 4 acts, from 
the German of Blumenthal, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1886:22031, 
Oct. 1. 465 

Same. 

© by Joseph F. Daly and Richard Dorney, 
New York, as executors, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 4977, Jan. 7, 1914. Origi- 
nal entry, Oct. 1, 1886, no. 22031. 465a 

After centuries; [scenario for play in prologue 
and 3 acts] by M. P. Welch. 8 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 25, 1909 ; D : 16628 ; Mary Parkes 
Welch, Roland Park, Md. 466 

After dark in Deadwood and I/eadville. 

© James Lewer, Denver ; 1879 : 11562, Aug. 
30. 467 

After death; a 5 act sensational melodrama, by 
R. A. Farrelly. 

© Richard A. Farrelly, New York; 1894: 
6557, Jan. 27. 468 

After forty years; sketch, by F. Allen. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Mar. 14, 1910; D: 20446; Frederick 
Allen, Salt Lake City. 469 

After it happened; by Lewis Allen. 2 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 31, 1913 ; D : 35066 ; Jack Boyce. 
New York. 470 

After many days; drama in 4 acts, by Vivian 
Page. 67 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1911; D: 24369; Gustave 
Frohman, New York. 471 

an original drama in 3 acts, by Allisto 

[pseud, of E. M. Bradford] 

© E. M. Bradford, Augusta, Wis.; 1893: 
10016, Feb. 24. 472 

a play in 4 acts, by E. B. Tilton. 

© Edwin B. Tilton, Brooklyn; 1897:45510, 
Aug. 12. 473 

a play in 4 acts, by K. Lee. 

© Kenneth Lee, New York; 1899:70943 



Oct. 31. 



474 



23 



474 



DKAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



493 



After many days — Continued. 

play in 4 acts and prologue, by A. E. Ives 

and A. Prescott. 119 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. S, 1915; D: 40308; Alice E. Ives 
and Augusta Prescott, New York. 474a 

play in prologue and 3 acts, by J. H. Price. 

125 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 13, 1914 ; D : 35643 ; J. Hyde Price, 
New York. 474b 

-play in 3 acts, by E. Locke. 60 p. 4°, 

Typev/ritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 13, 1910; D: 20786; Edward 
Locke, New York. 475 

or, Her choice, in 5 acts, by Judith Holman 

[pseud, of L. W. Law] 55 p. 4°. Tj^pewritten. 
© Ic. June 7, 1911 ; D : 24425 ; Lizzie Wood- 
bury Law, New York. 476 

in 3 acts, by Judith Holman [pseud. 



of L. W. Law] 45 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© lo. Sept. 19, 1930 ; D : 22110 ; Lizzie Wood- 
bury Law, New York. 477 

After many years; a play in 4 acts, by J. G. 
Spencer. 

© J. G. Spencer, Rutland, Vt. ; 1896 : 5133S, 
Sept. 12. 478 

Sec also Half hours of vaudeville. — Heart 



(The) of crime. 

After midnight. 8°. Typewritten. 

© A. J. Spencer and Sargent Aborn, New 
York ; D : 4505, Jan. 15, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1903. 

479 



play in 1 act, by M. Levine. 18 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1914 ; D : 36246 ; Morris Levine, 
Bayonne, N. J. 479a 

After nineteen years. See Simple Bill. 

After seven years; by C. W. Sweetland. 14 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Claire Wickham Sweetland, Thomaston, 
N. Y.; D: 12612, Mar. 25, 1908; 2c. Mar. 16, 
1908. 480 

play in 4 acts, by L. Burte. 42 p. f°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. July 27, 1911 ; D : 24783 ; Lloyd Burte, 
Brooklyn. 481 

a thrilling sensational melodrama in 4 acts, 



by Charles H. Flemming. 

© Daniel A. Kelly, Baltimore ; 1887 : 19321, 
July 27. 482 

- — See also Gold (The) king. — Marley "Water. 



After six years; western drama in 1 act, by A. 
:\IacHugh. 15 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© lo. Feb. 28. 1912; D: 28862; Augustin 
MacHugb New York. 483 



After 16 years; play hi 4 acts, by M. Gabel. 

122 p. 4°. Ms. 

© 3 c. Oct. 3, 1914; D: 38398; Max Gabel, 
Brooklyn. 483a 

After taps; a drama in 3 acts, completed by K. 

E. Baker, from notes and unfinished manu- 
• script of the late George M. Baker. Boston, 

Walter H. Baker & co., 1891. 
© Rachel E. Baker, United States; 1891: 

2779, Jan. 19 ; 2c. Feb. 20. 484 

military comedy drama in 4 acts, by G. F. 

Dittniar and C. F. Dittmar. 

© George F. Dittmar and Charles F. Ditt- 
mar, Jersey City ; 1889 : 10698, Apr. 4. 485 

After ten years; a romantic drama in 3 scenes, 
liy W. G. Duncan. Typewritten. 

© William G. Duncan, New York ; D : 62. 
Jan. 22, 1901; 2c. Jan. 22, 1901. 486 



— slice of life in 3 episodes, by R. T. Ketter- 
ing. 15 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3. 1915 ; D : 40257 ; Ralph Thomas 
Kettering, Chicago. 486a 

or, The maniac wife, an original romantic 



drama in 3 acts, by B. W. Hollenbeck. Clyde, 
O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1886 : 3554, Feb. 
10; 2c. Feb. 10. 487 

After the ball; by T. Irwin. 34 p. 8". Type- 
written. 

© Thomas Irwin, Toronto, Canada ; D : 
4300, Nov. 25, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 25, 1903. 488 

dramatic composition in 1 act, by A. Simon. 

© Albert Simon, Cincinnati, O. ; D : 4712, 
Mar. 11, 1904. 489 

a farcical comedy in 3 acts, adapted from 

the French of M. Pontin, by Joseph Herbert. 
Typewritten. 

© T. W. and C. B. Mullalv, New York: 
1893 : 34232, July 22 ; 2c. July 31. 490 

play in 1 act, by E. Saltus. 18 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 2, 3913; D: 33124; Edgar Saltus. 
New York. 491 

vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by Henry E. 



Shelland. New York, Dick & Filzgerald [1906] 
6 p. 16". 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York ; D : 8821, 
July 12, 1906; 2c. Aug. 14. 1906. 492 

— or. The dark hour before the dawn, drama 
in 1 act, by H. F. Taylor. 19 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Henrv Fitch Taylor, Cos Cob, Conn. : D : 
6456, Apr. 4, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 4, 1905. 493 

— See also Mad (The) count. 



24 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



513 



After the barber's ball; play in 1 act, by J. Mc- 
Cree. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1913; D: 33775; Juuie Mc- 
Cree, New York. 494 

After the battle; a war drama, by F. Barclay. 
© Fannie C. Barclay, New York; 1897: 6274, 
Jan. 21. 495 

After the christening'. Sec April fool. 

After the circus; farce in 1 act, by Lawrence 
Clienowoth. Clyde, O., Ames pub. co., 1900. 
17 p. 12°. (Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 422) 

© Ames pnb. co., Clyde, O. ; 1900 A : 29671, 
Dec. 6 ; 2c. Dec. 8. 496 

After the concert; vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by 
A. Stewart. 21 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 7, 1914 ; D : 37500 ; Andrew Stew- 
art, Washington. 496a 

After the election; by J. C. and H. B. Dox. f° . 
I'ypewritten. 

© Julia Cockle Dox and Hamilton Bogavt 
Dox, Peoria, 111. ; D : 11880, Dec. 7, 1907 ; 2c. 
Jan. 8, 1908. 497 

After the elopement; sketch by O. T. Jobnsone. 
6 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1911 ; D : 25424 ; Otto T. Jobn- 
sone, Brooklyn. 498 

After the fair; acrobatic rural novelty skit, by 
Charles Horwitz. 7 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Sept. 22, 1913; D: 34505; Adolph and 
Anne Kern, Findlay, O. 499 



play in 1 act, by Charles Horwitz. 10 p. 

4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1913; D: 33070; Frank De 
Mora and Anna Graceta, Findlay, O. 500 

After the fire. See Plays; by August Strind- 
berg. 

After the French ball. See Beautiful (A) liar. 

After the game; a college comedy in 2 acts, by 
Liudsev Barbee. Chicago, T. S. Denison, 1907. 
31 p. 16°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 11290, Sept. 4, 
1907 ; 2e. Oct. 25, 1907. 501 

■play in 1 act, by J. B. Foster. 14 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1911; D: 25248; Julia B. 
Foster, Berkeley, Cal. 502 



After the girl; revusical comedy in 2 acts and 6 
scenes, written and composed by Paul A. 
Kubens, lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Paul 
A. Rubens. 2 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 16, 1914 ; D : 36030 ; Gaiety thea- 
tre CO., ltd., London. 503a 

Same. London, Chappell &, co., ltd. 30 p. 



8". 

© Feb. 9, 1914 ; 2c. Feb. 10, 1914 ; D : 35986 ; 
Chappell & CO., ltd., London. 503b 

After the honeymoon; a farce in 1 act, by Wal- 
lace Nisbet. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 
1913. IS p. 12°. 

© Jan. 29, 1913 ; 2c. Jan. 31, 1913 ; D : 32270 ; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 504 

sketch by E. H. Loeffler. 19 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 3, 1914 ; D : 37724 ; E. H. Loffler, 
Pittsburgh. 504a 

sketch, by J. R. Shryock. 24 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1910; D: 20453; J. R. Shry- 
ock, New York. 505 

After the masquerade; play in 1 act, by J. J. 
Bennett and F. B. Darling. 18 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1913 ; D : 34439 ; Jules J. Ben- 
nett and Fayette B. Darling, New York. 506 

After the matinee. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Eugenie Blair, New York; D: 11387, 
Sept. 20, 1907; 2c. Aug. 30, 1907. 507 

^by Mrs. L. S. Bishop. 5 p. 4°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1910; D: 21227; Mrs. L .S. 

Bishop, Los Angeles. 508 

— comedy episode, by J. F. White. 7 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1913; D: 32712; Jack F. 

White, Chicago. 509 



— a comedy in 1 act, by Hellen [sic] Morrison 
Howie. 
© Penn. pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1899 : 47042, 

510 



— vaudeville sketch, by F. J. Conroy. 15 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1911; D: 25533; Frank James 
Conroy, Brooklyn. 503 



July 20; 2c. July 20. 

After the meet; comedy sketch, by Vail Wright. 
13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1911; D: 25342; Robert 
Francis Ford, Boston. 511 

After the night comes the dawn; a drama in 4 
acts. 67 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Arthur Hodges, Chicago ; D : 14984, Feb. 
3, 1909; 2c. Feb. 4, 1909. 512 

After the opera; a dramatic sketch in 1 act, by 
F. Summerfield. Typewritten. 

© Fred Summerfield, New York; 1899: 
23504, Apr. 3; 2c. Apr. 3. 513 



25 



514 



DRAMATIC COMrOSITIONS 



537 



After the opera — Continued. 

a fiiroif-al comedy (with or without music) 

in 4 acts, by A. C. Gunter. 
© A. C. Gunter, New York; 18S0 : 590n, 

Apr. IC. 514 

After the play; by K. E. Cummings. 13 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© ]c. Nov. :i, ion; D:2uGfM; Ralph E. 

CumniiriKH, Han Diego, Cal. 515 

dramatic sltetch, by Harry W. Osborne. 

Chicago, T, S. Den i sou & co. 13 p. 12". 

© IXf,-. 1, 1910; 2c. Dec. 5, 1910; D : 22725 ; 
T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 516 

After the race; jilay in 1 act, by McCree and 
Clark. 13 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sei)t. n, 1912; D: 30743; xMcCree & 
Clark, New York. 517 

After the raid; by K. W. Christy. G p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© II. W. Christy, New York ; D : 13093, 
Sei)t. 1, lfX)8; 2c. Sept. I, 1908. 



518 



After the show. 8". Typewritten. 

© Thomas William Murray, New York; D: 
5981, Dec. 29, 1904; 2c. Dec. 10, 1904. 519 

1 act musical farce comedy in 2 scenes con- 
ceived and coniftoscd by F. C. Klver.s, iyiics l)y 
Geo. Totten Sniitli, music by Rose Mobley. 23 
p. 4". Typewritten. 

© F. Clarenz Rivers, Brooklyn; D : 13.374, 
July 20, KXt8; 2c. .July 20, 1008. 520 

After the stampede; a i)Iay in 1 act, by W. li. 
'J'ucker. 12 ]>. t". Tyi)ewrlUen. 

© Ic. June 7, 1912; D: 29899; William I>. 
Tucker, Chicago. 521 

After the storm; an original comedy drama In 5 
acts, by E. R. Tilton. Typewritten. 

© Edwin B. Tilton, United States; 189.5: 
57052, Nov. 11 ; 2c. Jan. 6, 189G. 522 

After the war. 

© Travers-Vale, Monroe, Ga.; 1898:30220, 
May 10; 2c. May 18. 523 

drama in 4 acts with prologue, by D. Llcht- 

blan. 47 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tune .3, VAir, ; D : 408.34 ; Danton Llcht- 
blau. New York. 523a 



— or. The old plantation. 

© G. L. Stout, New York ; 1871 : 1077, Feb. 
28. 524 

n drama of southern life In 3 nets, by 



O, L. SI out. 

© G. L. Stout, United States; 1873:0.501. 



After thirty years; or, A modern version of the 
old play of Sweethearts, a play in 1 act, by E. 
R. (.'omlns. 

© Eliza l)eth Barker Comins, Jamaica Plain. 
Mass. ; D : 10292, Mar, 28, 1907. 52e 

or, The twin daug'hters of Count Valdimir, 



a Bussian exile, by P. Whitworth. 

© I'ahiga Whitworth, Oakland, Cal.; 1892: 
10480, Mar. 7, 527 

After three score years and ten; or. You're 
only old and in the way, drama in 3 acts and 
3 scenes, by D. V. Steiner. 13 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1910; D : 20521 ; D. Verne 
Steiner, Manor, Pa. 528 

After twenty years. 

© Phil R. Wilmarth, Vermont, 111.; 1900 A : 
11.3.S0, May .5. 529 



— a drama in 4 acts, by C. Parker. 

© Clara Parker, Lesueur, Minn.; 1896: 
63299, Nov. 19. 530 

— a drama in r)ro]ogue and 5 acts, by J. C. 



Webb. Typewritten. 

© John Crittenden Webb, Chicago; 1888: 
3720, Feb. 4 ; 2c. Nov. 20, 1890. 531 

— a drama iu 3 acts, by R. L, Vioran. 98 p. 
4". Tyr>ewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1913; D: 35405; Raoul L. Vio- 
ran, Chicago. 532 

— an emotional American drama in 5 acts, in- 
cluding iirologue, by G. M. Clprico. 

© George M. Ciprlco, San Francisco; 1884: 
9920, May 14. 533 

a play in 1 <nct, by L. Grant. 13 p. 4°. 



TyiK!written. 

© Lawrence Grant, London; D : 14908, Jan. 
27, 1909; 2c. Mar. 11, 1909. 534 

After Worcester fight. See Bagged (A) cava- 
lier. 

After years of waiting; a nielodrama in 5 acts, 
by M. I'.arry and S. II. Maguire. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Matthew Rarry and Sylvester II.Maguire, 
New York ; D : .5428, Aug. 12, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 12, 
1904. 535 

Afterglow (The); a monologue, by J. Bell- 
Kanske. 4 i». f". Typewritten. 

© Jiilta Rell-Ranske, New York; I): 1.5891, 
May 20, 1!)09; 2c. M.-iy 20, 1909. 536 

play in 3 acts, by W. Cluxton. 101 p. 4". 



Jinie 10. 



525 



TyjK'writlen. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1011; D: 2,3393; Walter Clux- 
ton, Boston. 537 



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COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



559 



Afterglow (The) — Continued. 

or, Two islands, a play, by De Wolfe Allen 

[pseud, of A. A. Adiemau] 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. A. and M. M. Adleman, Bridgeport, 

Conn.; D : 10948, July 10, 1907; 2c. July 10, 

1907. 538 

See also Christine Mallory. 

Aftermath (The) 

© Flora II. Ingersoll, Grand Junction, Col. ; 
D : 13824, Sept. 18, 1908. 539 

comedy in 4 acts, Wilbur C. Dwight and 

John Cobb, jr. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1913; D:33G05; William II. 
Denny, New York. • 540 

a drama in 3 acts, by J. Ilartmann and S. 



Stange. 

© Jacob Ilartmann, Stanislaus Stange and 
Ward Bingley, New York; 1890:25599, Aug. 
18. 541 

by K. Jones. 102 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1913; D: 34433; Kallulu 
Jones, New York. 542 

— a drama of the West in 4 acts, by F. H. 
Inger.soll. 332 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1910; D: 20290; Flora II. In- 

543 

80 p. 4". 



gersoll, Grand Junction, Col. 
— play in 4 acts, by F. T. Holt. 



Typewritten. 

© Sept. 9, 1912; D: 30774; Florence T. Holt, 
Burlington, Vt. 544 

by L. Thompson. 67 p. f". Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. May 23, 1914 ; D : 37111 ; Lulu Thomp- 
son, Oakland, Cal. 544a 

— pl.iy in 1 act, by A. Wynne. 14 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1915; D: 41380; Anna Wynne, 
New York. 544b 

— by II. I. O. Griffith. 12 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. F(;b. 13, 191.^; I) : 39695; Helen Isabel 
Ottilie Griffith, New York. 544c 

play In 3 acts, by L. N. Roberts. 104 p. 

12". Printed. 
© Ic. Dec. 4, 1914; D : 39084 ; Lewis Niles 
Roberts, London. 544d 

Aftermath (The) of promise; an original 
drama in 4 acts, l)y Smith Sulton-P.ro(»me. 

© Alice M. Smith, Tacoma ; D : 1137, Nov. 
30, 1901. 545 

Afternoon (An) call; by M. F. McCann. 9 p. 
4". Tyiiewritt(^n. 

© Ic. Miir. 11, 1910; D : 20461 ; Margaret E. 
McCann, New York. 546 

8ee also Talking (The) -woman. 



Afternoon (An) mixup. Typewritten. 

© Mattie Keeue, New York ; D : 3738, July 
20, 1903 ; 2c. July 20, 1903. 547 

Afternoon (An) rehearsal; by L. M. Knapp. 

© Lizzie Margaret Knapp, Hartford; 1892: 
15816, Apr. 11; 2c. May 20. 548 

Afternoon (An) tea; a Mother Goose play for 
children in 3 acts [by L. I. W. Kent] 10 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Louise Irwin Whitenian Kent, German- 
town, Pa. ; D : 12334, Feb. 8, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 30, 
1908. 549 

a play for twelve girls or young ladies, by 

E. E. Hewitt. 

© Fillmore bros. co., Cincinnati; D:9170, 
Sept. 17, 1906. 550 

Afterward; a play in 2 scenes, adapted from 

Jack Ijondon's Just meat, by II. II. Kirschner. 

© Richard H. Kirschner, Boston; D : 10244, 

Apr. 1, 1907. 551 

Afterwards; play in 1 act, by Marion Roberton. 
London, Joseph Williams, ltd. 10 p. S°. 

© Nov. 23, 1911; 2c. Nov. 20, 1911; D: 
25794; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 552 

Again. 60 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© James Orman Gray, Vancouver, Canada; 
D: 12920, May 7, 1908; 2c. May 7, 1908. 553 

piny in 3 acts and 5 scenes, by Mrs. James 

P.hiine Walker. 119 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 27, 1911; D: 25863; Mary S. 
Walker. Yonkers. N. Y. 554 

Against her will; an original melodrama of city 
life in 5 acts and 7 scenes, by C. M. Seay. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Charles M. Seay, New York; D:5015, 
May 13, 1904 ; 2c. May 13, 1904. 555 

Against himself; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
I). L. Hart. 

© Daniel L. Hart, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; 1890; 
60.q(>, Fel). 19; 2c. Mar. 4, 189L 556 

Against his will; a melodrama in 4 acts, by C. 
R. Clifford. 

© C. R. Clifford, New York; 1881:11547, 
July 26; 2c. Aug. 17. 557 

Against odds; drama adapted by N. G. Hill from 

Elisid)eth Buerstenbinder's novel, Glueck auf. 

© Nellie Grayson Hill, Brookline, Mass.; 

1898:39834, July 1. 558 

Against suicide. See Statue (A) of bullets. 

Against the day; T)lay In 4 acts, by S. J. Bell. 
44 ]). f. TyiK^writlen. 

© Ic. May 10, 1910; D: 21008; Stanley ^J 
Bell, Oakland, Cal. 



559 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



583 



Against the law; draiim in 3 acts, by J. H. Solo- 
tai-off. Gl p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1914 ; D : 37073 ; John H. So- 
lotarofE, New Yorlv. 559a 

an emotional society drama in 4 acts, by 



T. Addison. 

© Thomas Addison, Boston; 1888:8404, 

Mar. 21. 560 

— play in 4 acts, by S. Greene. 56 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© le. Ang. 30, 1913; D: 34385; Samuel 
Greene. New Yorlc. 561 

Against the stream; a drama in 4 acts, by F. E. 
Ailcen. 

© Franlv B. Aiken, New York ; 18SG : 12182, 
May 24. 562 

Against the tide; an original drama in 5 acts, 
by S. F. Norton. 

© Sarah F. Norton, Westfield, N. Y. ; 1876: 
1104, Jan. 24. 563 

or. Right vs. wrong, an original drama with 



the following effects, the parapet walls, the 
snow slide. 

© Edward Ilemmiugs White, San Fran- 
cisco ; 1872 : 63S9, June 14. 564 

Against the world, or, Life in London, a drama 
in 4 acts, by J. A. Telgmann. 

© Julie A. Telgmann, New York; 1889: 
25109, Aug. 16 ; 2c. Sept. 9. 565 

Against this nation. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ruth Everett, New York; D : 4660. Feb. 
27, 1904; 2c. Feb. 27, 1904. 566 

Against time; a sensational drama. 

© Viola A. Fortescue, New York; 1891: 
7418, Feb. 26. 567 

Agamemnon. See Orestes. 

Agatha; a dramatization of Agatha Page, by I. 
Henderson. 

© Isaac Henderson, Boston; 1892:42299, 
Oct. 19. 568 

Agatha Page. See Agatha. 

Age and youth; or, A fast old widow, a com- 
edy in 4 acts, by W. P. Arnold. 

© W. P. Arnold, Litchfield, Ky. ; 1881 : 5813, 
Apr. 16 ; 2c. May 13. 569 

a comedy in 3 acts, by W. P. Arnold 

© W. P. Arnold, Litchfield, Ky. ; 1880 : 6038, 
Apr. 17. 570 

Age (L') d'aimer; pi6ce en 4 actes, par P. Wolft". 

© Pierre Wolff, Paris; D : 6387, Mar. 23. 
1905; 2c. Mar. 23, 1905. 571 

Age (L') difiacile; comedie en 3 actes, de Jules 
Lemaitre. 

© Daniel Frohman, New York; 1895:9239. 
Feb. 27 ; 2c. Feb. 27. 572 



Age of innocence; a comediette by F. Fenn. 

© Frederick Fenn, Loudon ; D : 5898, Dec. 12, 
1904 ; 2c. Dec. 12, 1904. 573 

Age (The) of isms. 

© Philip Henry Shevlin, Cincinnati; 1898: 
77316, Doc. 31. 574 

Age (The) of kinder-right. See Heir (The) to 
- the soft-soap millions. 

Age (The) of stone; play in 1 act, by J. M. Van 
Deurson. 9 p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. Mar. 20, 1914; D: 36465; J. M. Van 
Deurseu, San Bernardino, Cal. 574a 

Age (The) of taffy; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by D, R. Young. 

© David R. Young, Brooklyn ; 1886 : 29000, 
Dec. 18. 575 

Age (The) of the catacombs. See Fabiola. 

Agence (L') Legris; drame en 6 actes [par] J. 
Roullet. Paris, Librairie theatrale, 1909. 3 p. 
1., 161 p. 12°. 

© Jacques Roullet, Paris; D : 14829, Jan. 18, 
1909 ; 2c. Jan. 18, 1909. 576 

Agenda matrimonial; annuncio comico-lirico en 
medio acto, original, en prosa y verso, mfisica 
del maestro J. M. P. Requejo. Madrid, Socle- 
dad de a uteres espanoles, 1907. 20 p. 12°. 

© Jose Maria P. Requejo y Manuel Real, 
Madrid; D : 10314, Apr. 10, 1907; 2c. Apr. 9, 
1907. 577 

Agent and the widow; by R. Stodart and C. 
Lindsay. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert Stodart and Clarence Lindsav, 
New York ; D : 7959, Feb. 8, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 8, 
1906. 578 

Aggrandizer (The); comedy in 4 acts, by J. I. 
McNeill. 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 2, 1911; D: 24115; Joseph Igna- 
tius McNeill, St. Joseph, Mo. 579 

Agilulf den vise; dramatisk digt, af Hans E. 
Kinek. Kristiania, H. Ascbehoug & co. (W. 
Nygaard) 1906. 379 p. 12°. 

© res. under act of Mar. 3, 1905, by II. 
Ascbehoug & co., Christiania, Norway ; res. 
690 ; Ic. Dec. 13, 1906. 580 

Agitator (The) 

© Joseph A. Campbell, Boston ; 1891 : 25298, 
July 13. 581 

Same. 

© Thomas Paine Abbott, Worceyter; D: 
6026. Jan. 9, 1905. 582 

a play in 5 acts, by T. J. Lamar. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Theodore J. Lamar, Anniston, Ala. ; D : 
5370, Aug. 1, 1904 ; 2c. July 22, 1904. 583 



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605 



Agitator (The) — Continued. 

prompt book, by A. Ramspacher. 56 p. 4". 

Typewritten, 
i© Anna Ramspacber, Pbiladelpbia ; D : 

13548, June 17, 1908; 2c. Aug. 14, 1908; 2c. 

printed ed. July 22, 1909. 584 

Ag-lae; a play in 4 acts and a prologue, by F. H. 
Norton. 

© Frank H. Norton, New York ; 1871 : 10754, 
Nov. 11. 585 

Ag'lavaine and Selysette; a drama in 5 acts, by 
]\rauriee Maeterlinck, introduction and tr. by 
Alfred Sutro. New York, Dodd, Mead and 
company, 1911. xxvi p., 1 1., 165 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 15, 1911; 2c. Nov. 16, 1911; A: 
300747 ; Dodd, Mead & co., New York. 586 

tr. by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. 

Clarke, (/n Poet lore, v. 14, no. 4, Oct.-Dec, 
1903 ; periodical © Poet lore co., Philadelphia ; 
B : 70537, Feb. 25, 1&04 ; Ic. Jan. 20, 1904 ; Ic. 
Feb. 25, 1904) 587 

Ag-nes; an original comedy, by Victorien Sardou, 
tr. by A. E. Koen. 

© Agnes Ethel Koen, New York ; 1872 : 9284, 
Aug. 29. 588 

play in 4 acts, by George Cameron [pseud. 



Agnes Surriage — Continued. 

a drama in a prologue and 4 acts, founded 

on a true romance of New England, by I. Birm- 
ingham and Mercedes Leigh. 

© Isabel Birmingham, Plainfield, N. J. ; D : 
9233, Oct. 15, 1906. 594 



of Gladys Drew] 4v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Sidney Drew, New York; D: 11637, Oct. 
31, 1907; 2c. Oct. 31, 1907. 589 

Agnes Bernauer; ein deutsches trauerspiel in 5 
akten, von Friedrich Hebbel; ed. with intro- 
duction and notes by Camillo Von Klenze. New 
York, Oxford university press, American 
branch ; [etc., etc.] 1911. 1 p. 1., xL, 178 p. 12". 
(Oxford German series. General editor, J. 
Goebel) 

© Feb. 6, 1911 ; 2c. Feb. 7, 1911 ; A : 280634 ; 
Oxford university press, Auier. branch, New 
York. 589a 

volksschauspiel in 5 aufziigen, von Otto 

Ludwig. 

© Albert Ahn, Cologne, Germany; 1899: 
58938, Sept. 14 ; 2c. Sept. 14. 590 

von Friedrich Hebbel, ed. by M. Blakemore 

Evans. Boston, New York [etc.] D. C. Heath 

& CO. [1912] xxxiii, 163p. front, (port.) 16". 

© Mar. 8, 1912; 2c. Mar. 15, 1912; A: 

305975; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 591 

Agnes Jordan; schauspiel in 5 akten [von] G. 
Hirschfeld. 

© George Hirschfeld, New York; 1897: 
56948, Oct. 8; 2c. Oct. 9. 592 

Agnes Surriage; by Mrs. E. N. Morgan. Type- 
written. 

© Mrs. Edmund Nash Morgan, Cleveland; 
D : 941, Oct. 10, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 10, 1901. 593 



a play in 4 acts, by A. Brownell. 

© Athertou Brownell, Boston; 1900 A: 
28555, Sept. 22. 595 

or, A maid o' Marblehead, drama in 4 acts, 

by II. L. Rice and E. Holloway. 

© Harriette L. Rice, Providence, R. I., and 
Elizabeth Holloway, New York; 1900 A: 9706, 
Apr. 16. 596 

Agnostic (The); drama in 4 acts, by Andrew J. 
George. 85 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1911; D: 28105; Joseph A. 
Schreiner, Brooklyn. 597 

Agonists (The); a triology of God and man, by 
Maurice Hewlett. Minos, king of Crete. — 
Ariadne in Naxos. — The death of Hippolytus. 
New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1911. xi p., 2 1., 
[2], 5-235 p. 12". 

© May 6, 1911 ; 2c. May 12, 1911 ; A : 286854 ; 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 598 

Agoracritus of Paros; a Greek tragedy in a pro- 
logue and 5 acts, by A. W. Brayley and C. T. 
Grant. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Wellington Brayley and Charles 
T. Grant, Boston; 1890:27914, Sept. 11; 2c. 
Sept. 23. 599 

Agrafe (L'); comedie en 1 acte, par E. Grenet- 
Dancourt et Jean Destrem. 

© Paul Ollendorff, Paris; D : 6703, May 22, 
1905 ; 2c. May 22, 1905. 600 

Agramahra; a tragedy in 5 acts, tr. from the 
German of Joseph Weilen, by H. Hernstein, 
and adapted for the English stage by Matilda 
Ilerou. 

© Herman Hernstein, New York ; 1871 : 
9492, Oct. 10. 601 

Same. 

© Carrie Hernstein, Creston, la., in renewal 
for 14 vears from Oct. 10, 1899 ; 1899 : 45611, 
July 13. 602 

Agreeable (An) mistake; a comedy in 1 act, by 
A. L. Zeller. Typewritten. 

© Arthur L. Zeller, St. Louis ; 1898 : 56283, 
Sept. 26 ; Ic. Sept. 26. 603 

Agrippina. 

© Mary Flountine Hall, Rome; D : 6226, 
Feb. 15, 1905. 604 



— a tragedy, by N. Giansanti. 

© Norbcrto Giansanti, Vallombrosa, Italy; 
D : 7671, Dec. 7, 1905. 605 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



626 



Agua de mayo; comedia en 2 actos y en prosa, 

original de Jorge y Jose de la Cueva. Madrid, 

Sociedad de autores espauoles, 1910. 59 p. 12°. 

© Sept. G, 1910 ; 2c. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 21973 ; 

Jorge y Jose de la Cueva, Madrid. 606 

Agua de noria; zarzuela eu mi prologo y 4 eua- 
dros, en prosa, original de M. Ecliegaray, mti- 
sica del maestro Amadeo Vives. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1911. 47 p. 12°. 
© May 26, 1911; 2c. May 27, 1911; D: 
24310; Miguel Ecliegaray, Madrid. 607 

Agua dulce; a pastoral drama In 4 acts, by A. 
Adams. 

© Andy Adams, Colorado Springs, Col.; 
D : 8175, Mar. 16, 1906. 608 

Aguafuerte; cuadro de costumbres, en 1 acto y 
2 cuadros, en prosa, original de F. J. Cortezo 
y J. Leirado. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espauoles, 1910. 32 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 6, 1910 ; 2c. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 21988 ; 
F. J. Cortezo y J. Leirado, Madrid. 609 

Aguas termales; paso de comedia, original de 
E. Amado. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
pauoles, 1915. 37 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915: D: 
41079 ; Enrique Amado, Madrid. 609a 

Aguja (La) de marear; comedia en 1 acto y en 
verso [de] F. Flores Garcia. Madrid, R. Ve- 
lasco, 1909. 27 p. S°. 

© Francisco Flores Garcia, Madrid ; D : 
16153, June 23, 1909; 2c. June 23, 1909. 610 

Aguja (La) hueca; comedia en un prologo y 3 
actos, en prosa, inspirada en la uovela del 
mismo titulo de Maurice Leblauc, por Heraclio 
S. Viteri y Enrique Grimau de Mauro. Ma- 
drid, Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1912. 
62 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31571 ; 
H. S. Viteri y E. Grimau de Mauro, Madrid. 

611 

Ah — da staun' ich; schwank in 1 akt. von Pierre 
Veber. deutsch von F. Steffan und Carl Scbon- 
feld. 27 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Ic. June 15, 1911 ; D : 24482 ; Drei mas- 
ken verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 612 

Ah Fu; comedy in 3 acts, by S. Bayfield. 120 p. 
4°. Tyi)evi^ritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1915; D: 40753; St. Clair 
Bayfield, Nev?- York. 612a 

Ah Sin; a drama by B. Harte and S. L. Clemens. 
Hartford, 1876. 

© Bret Harte and Sam'l L. Clemens, United 
States; 1876: 11948, Oct. 25. 613 

Ah Sing's genuine opium den; a light farce 
comedy in 2 acts, by F. Leighton. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Fred Arthur Leighton, Boston; 1899: 
56127, Sept. 1 ; 2c. Sept. 7. 614 



Ah Som; drama in 3 acts, by G. Carpenter. 118 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 29, 1913; D: 33359; Grant Car- 
penter, San Francisco. 615 

Ah! those women; a comedy in 3 acts, by S. C. 
de Soissons. Typewritten. 

© S. C. de Soissons, Campello, Mass. ; 1895 : 
19094, Apr. 9 ; 2c. Apr. 9. 616 

fAhab und Elijah; a historisch-theologische 
opera iu 4 akteii, by A. Goldknopf.] 

© Abrahm Goldknopf, New York ; D : 8334, 
Apr. 13, 1906. 617 

Ahasuerus; libretto of the oriental music drama 
in 3 acts of 2 scenes each, by W. D. Chenery. 
Springfield. 111., W. D. Chenery. 24 p. 16°. 

© June 22, 1911; 2c. Feb. 15, 1912; D: 
28757 ; William Dodd Chenery, Springfield, 
111. 618 
a spectacular play, by J. Rettig. 

© John Rettig, Cincinnati ; 18SS : 10489, 
Apr. 11. 619 

or, Queen Hester, an historical operetta of 

5 acts and 15 scenes, by A. Goldfaden. 

© A. Goldfaden, New York; 1888:2169, 
Jan. 19. 620 

Ahead of the game; a 1 act dramatic sketch, by 
F. J. Ben man. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich. ; D : 1504, 
i\[ar. 1, 1902; 2c. Mar. 1, 1902. 621 

Ahkoond (The) of Swat. Tyi^ewritten. 

© George H. Broadhurst, Chicago; 1893: 
54193, Dec. 8 ; 2c. Sept. 26. 622 
a comic opera in 2 acts, by William Hamil- 
ton Cline. 

© Amelia B. Cline, Kansas City, Mo. ; D : 
3131, Feb. 11, 1903. 623 

a comic opera, libretto by F. H. Wakefield. 

© Frank Henry Wakefield, Detroit; 1895: 
15241, Mar. 16. 624 

See also Akond (The) of Swat. 

Ahmed; or. The captive prince, founded on 
Irving's tale of The Alhambra, by Julia E. 
Spofford. New York, Douglas Taylor, 1874. 

© Julia E. Dunn, New York; 1874:8449, 
June 23. 625 

Ahnen und enkel; 5 stiicke, von H. Miiller- 

Schlo.sser. 70 p. 4°. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915 ; D : 40742 ; Hans Muller- 
Sehlosser, Kaiserwerth, Germany. 625a 

Ahnengalerie (Die); lustspiel in 3 aufziigen, von 
Leo Walther und Ludwig Heller. Miinchen, 
Drei masken-verlag, g. m. b. h. 75 p. 12°. 

'© ]c. June 15, 1911 ; D : 24483 ; Drei masken- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 626 



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627 



COPYEIGHTED IK THE UNITED STATES 



647 



Ahnfrau (Die); by Franz Grillparzer, ed. with 
Introduction, notes and vocabulary by Freder- 
ick W. J. Heuser and George H. Danton. New 
Yorli, Henry Holt & co., 1907. 257 p. port. 
24". 

© Henry Holt & co., New York ; D : 11.504, 
Oct. 11, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 11, 1907. 627 

Ahora si que va de veras; 6, Negros y rojos, 
apuntes de actualidad en 1 acto y 4 cuadros, 
libro de Conrado Abad y Francisco Lombardia, 
musica de los maestros L. Arnedo y T. San 
Jose. Madrid, Sociedad de autores espauoles, 
1910. 4.5 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 29, 1910 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1910 ; D : 22432 ; 
C. Abad y F. Lombardia, Madrid. 628 

Ahrinziman; a romantic tragedy of ancient Per- 
sia, by A. Silvani and M. D. Buchanan. 51 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Anita Silvani, St. Joseph, Mich., and Mar- 
cia Darrah Buchanan, Chicago ; D : 12591, Mar. 
11, 1908 ; 2c. Mar. 11, 1908. 629 

Ahrinziman, the Persian; an adaptation by F. 
Lomas of the book, The strange story of Ah- 
rinziman, by Anita Silvani. f. Typewritten. 

© Frank Lomas, Chicago; D: 12120, Jan. 4, 
1908 ; 2c. Jan. 4, 1908. 630 

Ahrsdorfer (Die) frau; ein lustiges spiel in 3 
akten, von Adolf Eberhard Thiele. Berlin, E. 
Bloch, 82 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1913 ; D : 33456 ; Eduard Bloch, 
Berlin. 631 

Ahuitzotl, the Aztec heir; a drama in 4 acts, by 
E. H. and H. S. Gurney. Typewritten. 

© Harry Stanton Gurney, Brighton, Mass.; 
1896 : 4509, Jan. 15 ; 2c. Jan. 22. 632 

Aida; by Antonio Ghislanzoni, music by Giuseppe 
Verdi, etl. and with an introduction by W. J. 
Henderson. New York, Dodd, Mead & com- 
pany, 1911. xxiv, 135 p. 24°. 

© Nov. 15, 1911; 2c. Nov. 16, 1911; A: 
2979(85 ; Dodd, Mead & co., New York. 633 

a drama in 4 acts, by T. H. French. , 

© T. H. French, New York; 1873:13551, 
Nov. 21 ; 2c. Nov. 28. 634 

Aidzumka; a play in 4 acts, by C. Skinner. 

© Constance Lindsay Skinner, Los Angeles ; 
D : 8539, May 16, 1906. 635 

Aigle (L'); epopee lyrique en 3 parties et 10 
tableaux, par Henri Cain et I>ouis Payen 
[pseud, de Albert Lienard], musique de Jean 
Nougues. Paris, Enoch & cie., 1912. 82 p. 
12°. 

© Feb. 23, 1912 ; 2c. Feb. 24, 1912 ; D : 28822 ; 
Enoch & CO., Paris. 636 



Aiglon (L'); drame en 6 actes en vers [par] Ed- 
mond Rostand. Paris, E. Fasquelle, 1900. 254 
p. 12°. 

© E. Fasquelle, Paris; 1900 A: 14571, June 
12 ; 2c. June 12. 637 

■ Same. Paris, Pierre Lafitte et cie. 3 p. 1., 

3-337, [2] p. col. front., illus., col. plates. 4°. 

© Feb. 17, 1911 ; 2c. Mar. 4, 1911 ; D : 23541 ; 
Pierre Lafitte & co., Paris. 638 

Aigrette (L'); piece en 3 actes, de D. Niccodemi. 
Paris, Monde illustr^, 1912. 32 p. ports. 4°. 
(Edition du Monde illustre, no. 21.) 

© Mar. 30, 1912; 2c. Apr. 16, 1912; D: 
29377; Dario Niccodemi, Paris. 639 

Aika; a grand spectacular drama, written for the 
Kiralfy bros., by Brothers Boulton. 

© Kiralfy bros., New York; 1874:10512, 
Aug. 8. 640 

Aileen aroon; Irish drama in 3 acts, by F. X. 
Fiunegan. 94 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1909 ; D : 17111 ; Frank X. Fin- 
negan, Oak Park, 111. 641 

Aimable (L') voleur. See Gentle (The) thief. 

Aime pour soi-meme; comedie en 1 acte, de 
Andre Barde. Paris, Librairie theatrale du 
nouveau siecle, 1910. 24 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 1, 1911 ; 2c. Oct. 23, 1911 ; D : 25500 ; 
G. Ondet et M. Viterbo, Paris. 642 

Aim.ee Devere. 

© Ernest Salvator, New York; 1895:65928, 
Sept. 20; 2c. Sept. 21. 643 

Aimee's fate; daughter of Roger La Honte, 
tr. and adapted from Roger La Honte, an 
American drama in 2 parts, 3 acts each, by 
M. E. Osbon and P. S. M. Munro. 

© M. E. Osbon and P. S. M. Munro, United 
States ; 1889 : 30650, Oct. 9. 644 

Aimgiad and Dinarzade; an original drama in 5 
acts, by J. C. O'Neil. 

© John C. O'Neil, Brooklyn; 1873:8230, 
July 17 ; 2c. Aug. 4. 645 

Aims and ends; a play in 4 acts, adapted from 
an English novel, by S. B. Alexander. 

© Sigmund B. Alexander, Boston; 1889: 
17822, June 11 ; Ic. June 11. 646 

Ainee (L') See Eldest (The) Miss Peterman 

Ainsworth; or, The stolen bonds, a highly sen 
sational American drama in 5 acts, by J. A 
Bi'own. 

© Junius A. Brown, Farmiugton, 111.; 1880 
2376, Feb. 13. 647 

Ain't he grand? comedy skit, by W. C. Hayes, 
9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 22, 1914 ; D : 37391 ; William C. 
Hayes, New York. 647a 



31 



647 



DKAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



669 



Air-castle (The) man; comedy in 3 acts, by J. 
F. Ballard and Edwin Kanck. 130 p. 4°. 
Tj-pewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 20, 1915 ; D : 39552 ; John Fred- 
erick Ballard, New York. 647b 

Air castles; comedy in 4 acts, by P. C. Willard. 

© Paul C. Willard, Utica, N. Y. ; D : 10782, 

June 17, 1907. 648 

play in 1 act, by E, Kennedy. 8 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 11, 1911 ; D : 24190 ; Edwin Ken- 
nedy, Liver more, Cal. 649 

Air devils; drama in 4 acts, by H. I. Dodge. 
128 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 6, 1915 ; D : 39884 ; Henry Irving 
Dodge, New York. 649a 

Air, earth and water. See Azurine. 

Air (The) king'; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. B. Smith. 146 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; D : 15322, 
Mar. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1909. 650 

Aire pure; comedia en 1 acto y en prosa, de 
Xavier y Fernando Cabello y Lapiedra. Ma- 
drid, R. Vela SCO. 40 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 23. 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16908; Xavier y Fernando Cabello y Lapiedra, 
Madrid. 651 

Aires de la sierra; zarzuela en 1 acto, dividido 
en 3 cuadros, en verso y prosa [de] A. Osete, 
musica de Courado del Campo y Gregorio Bau- 
dot. Madrid. Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 
1909. 38 p. 8°. 

© Antonio Osete, Madrid ; D : 15472, Mar. 
27, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 27, 1909. 652 

Aires del Moncayo; zarzuela de costumbres ba- 
tnrras eu 1 acto y 4 cuadros, de T. Aznar y 
J. J. Lorente, mfisica del maestro Luis Aula. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1909. 
38 p. 12". 

© July 2. 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16248 ; 
Tomils Aznar y Juan Jose Lorente, Madrid. 

653 

Airman (The); a dramatico-musical extrava- 
ganza in 3 parts, by N. A. TefEt. 61 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1912; D: 29033; Nathan A. 
Tefft, Bangor, Me. 654 

Airship (The) 30 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Mabel F. Loving, St. Joseph, Mo. ; D : 
7906, Jan. 27, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1906. 655 

an aerial pantomimic comedy in 3 acts, by 

J. F. Byrne. 

© John F. Byrne, Norwich, Conn. ; 1895 : 
50811, Oct. 7. 656 

a drama of 8 scenes, by I. N. Terrill. 

© I. N. Terrill, Lansing, Kan. ; 1898 : 53347, 
Sept. 12. 657 



Airship (The) — Continued. 

a musical comedy, by J. E. Browne. f°. 

Typewritten. 
© J. Edwin Browne, Washington ; D : 8337, 

Apr. 13, 1906; 2c. Apr. 13, 1906. 658 

a musical comedy farce in 3 acts, by J. M. 



Gaites. 

© Joseph M. Gaites, New York; 1897 
28402, May 8. 



659 



— a play of modern life in 4 acts, by W. H. 
Carson. 4". Typewritten. 

© William Henry Carson, New York; D: 
11732, Nov. 4, 1907; 2c. Nov. 4, 1907. 660 



— n scenic farcical comedy in 3 acts, by F. 
Cnshman and J. Shriver Murphy. 

© Frank Cushmau, Philadelphia; 1896: 
57378, Oct. 19. 661 

— or. Three men in a boat, a musical farcical 



extravaganza, by J. C. Moore. 

© Jas. C. Moore and J. A. Murphy, Phila- 
delphia ; 1896 : 19319, Mar. 28. 662 

Airship (The) king; a 4 act melodrama, by C. 
E. Blaney. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, Freeport, 111.; 1897: 

17215, Mar. 15. 663 



Airship war-ship; monologue, by Frank Gra- 
ham. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1909; D: 17515; Joe Opp, 

New York. 664 

Akbar. f. Typewritten. 

© Albert Goldberg, San Francisco ; D : 4360. 
Dec. 9, 1903, Ic. Dec. 31, 1903. 665 

Akhoond; a comic opera in 3 acts, book and 
lyrics by F. T. Richards, music by F. Dewey 
Richards. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frederick T. Richards, New York; D: 
7340, Sept. 29, 1905; 2c. Sept. 29, 1005. 666 

a comic opera in 2 acts, book and lyrics by 



F. T. Richards, music by F. Dewey Richards. 
95 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frederick Thompson Richards, New 
York; D : 11006, July 12, 1907; 2c. July 12, 
1907. 667 

Akond (The) of Swat; comic opera in 3 acts, by 
T. W. King. 

© Thomas Worthington King, Siasconset, 
Nantucket, Mass. ; 1894 : 30382, June 4. 668 

See also Ahkoond (The) of Swat. 



Akrobaten; schauspiel aus dem zirkusleben in 4 
akten, von Paula Busch und Hermann Stein. 
Berlin, E. Bloch. 87 p. 8". 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1913; D: 33459; Eduard 
Bloch, Berlin. 669 



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COPYRIGHTED IIST THE UNITED STATES 



690 



Al aire libre; entremes original y en prosa de J. 
Aguado y M. Nieto. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espaiioles, 1915. 14 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; 
D : 41082 ; Jose Aguado y Miguel Nieto, 
Madrid. 669a 

Al borde del precipicio; zarzuela dramatica, en 
1 acto, dividido eu 3 cuadros, en prosa, origi- 
nal de M. de Cea, musica del maestro Emilio 
Alvarez Lopez. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles. 1910. 30 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 29, 1910 ; 2e. Oct. 31, 1910 ; D : 22427 
Manuel de Cea, Madrid. 670 

Al cine; caricatura madrileiia de R. Lopez-Mon 
tenegro, musica del mismo autor. Madrid 
Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1907. 32 p 
12°. 

© Ramon Lopez-Montenegro, Madrid; D 
1102S, July 22, 1907 ; 2c. July 22, 1907. 671 

Al. Doug'lass, king'. 

© Mary E. Waddington, Norman, Okl. ; D : 
3023, May 21, 1908. 672 

Al fin, solos!! ; 6, La noche del amor, juguete 

comioo lirico en 1 acto, original y en prosa de 
E. Lopez-Mariu y J. Juan Cadenas, mfisica del 
maestro Ramon Lopez - Montenegro. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1911. 36 p. 
12°. 

© Dec. 30, 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28169 ; 
E. Lopez-Marm y J. Juan Cadenas, Madrid. 

673 

Al. Martin's country store; a comedy drama in 
5 acts, by Archibald Humboldt [pseud, of G. O. 
March] and Martelle Everette. Lebanon, O., 
March brothers [1903] 63 p. 12°. 

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 3956, Sept. 
16, 1903; 2c. Nov. 27, 1903. 674 

Al. Rich's jolly follies; burlesque in 2 acts, by 
John Arthur. Ill p. 4°. Tpewritten. 

© Ic. June 29, 1912; D: 30128; Al. Rich, 

New Yorli. 675 

Alabama (An) claim; original comedy in 2 acts. 

© Mrs. L. E. Johnson, New York; 1S72 : 
10552, Oct. 3. 676 

Alabama mamray; monologue, by C. Hill. 4 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 17, 1911; D: 23115; Christine 
Hill, Los Angeles. 677 

Aladdin; or. The genii and the lamp, a spec- 
tacular extravaganza in 4 acts, invented and 
designed by D. Henderson. Typewritten. 
[Description of scenes and characters only] 

© David Henderson, Kansas City, Mo. ; 
1892 : 47563, Nov. 22 ; 2c. Sept. 6, 1893. 678 
or. The wonderful lamp, a Chinese roman- 
tic comedy, by H. E. Hard, specialties by Stan- 
ley Schell. New York, E. S. Werner & com- 
pany [1905] 32 p. 16°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D : 6845, 
June 20, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 19, 1905. 679 



Aladdin, jr. ; a tale of a wonderful lamp. Type- 
written. 

© David Henderson, Chicago ; 1894 : 12628, 
Mar. 3; 2c. Mar. 19. 680 

Aladdin up to date; a comic conceit in 1 act of 
2 scenes, contrasting the Orient and the Occi- 
dent. 5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© George Urie Stevenson, Chicago ; D : 
14580, Dec. 21, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 21, 1908. 681 

Aladdin's joy; or, Except ye become, play in 3 
acts, by J. K. Sawyer. 28 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1914; D:, 38942; Jeannette 
Ketchum Sawyer, Cleveland. 681a 

Aladdin's wonderful lamp. See Arabian (The) 
nights. 

Alahdie; or, The judge of Swanzy, an American 
drama of Puritan days in 5 acts, by William 
Ottomore. 

© W. O. Soubron, Milwaukee; 1880:6111, 
Apr. 19. 682 

Alamo (The) 

© Moncure Lyne, Richmond; D : 6406, Mar. 
27. 1905. 683 



Same. 47 p. 12°. Printed. 
© E. Unorna Dodge and Geo. M. Scarbor- 



ough, New York ; D : 8415 ; Apr. 25, 1906 ; 2c. 
June 14, 1906. 684 

historical drama in 5 acts, by R. G. Taber. 



Typewritten. 

© Ralph Graham Taber, New York; 1897: 
64038, Nov. 17 ; Ic. Nov. 17. 685 

•or, Remember the Alamo, historical and 



open air spectacle and fire works drama, with- 
out words, by L. Leubrie. 

© Lou Leubrie, Memphis, Tenn. ; 1889 : 20181. 
June 28. 686 

Alan Chapel's wife; a play in 3 acts, by R. M. 
Towusend. 106 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ralph Milburn Townsend, Philadelphia ; 
D : 15209, Mar. 1, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 1, 1909. 687 

Alarm (The); 1 act playlet, by Edyth Aurania 
Ellerbeck [pseud, of E. E. Read and Aurania 
Ellerbeck] 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1911 ; D : 23445 ; Edyth Eller- 
beck Read, Salt Lake City. 688 

vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by M, R. Fawcett. 



Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1912. 7 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 14, 1912 ; 2c. Feb. 15, 1912 ; D : 28693 ; 
Marion Roger Fawcett, London. 689 

Alarm (The) bell; a melodrama in 5 acts, by A. 
H. Simon. 

© A. H. Simon, St. Paul; 1895:5465 Jan. 
22. 690 



5379—15- 



33 



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t)I{AMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



715 



Alarm (The) clock; fifteen minnte vaudeville 
sketch, by G. B. Hamilton. 9 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Gertrude Brooke Hamilton, Washington; 
D : 10694, June 3, 1907 ; 2c. June 3, 1907. 691 

an original musical comedy in 3 acts. 

© N. D. Roberts and Charles S. Rogers, 
United States ; 1885 : 9871, Apr. 30. 692 

Alarm (An) of fire; comedy in 1 act, by Helen 
Sherman Griffith. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1911. 17 p. 12". 

© Aug. 31. 1911 ; 2c. Sept. 1, 1911 ; D : 25124 ; 
Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 693 

Alarming- (An) situation. See Cook (The) and 
' the copper. 

Alaska; a drama in 4 acts, by Lock Wood 
[pseud, of W. L. Lockwood] 

© W. L. Lockwood, Saratoga, N. Y. ; D: 
1057, Nov. 2, 1901. 694 

great drama of the Noithwest, by Lincoln J. 

Carter, f. Typewritten. 

© American amusement assn., Chicago; D: 
6604, Apr. 29, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 29, 1905. 695 

historical impersonation, by Eliza Bryant 

Parker. New York city. The Woman's board 
of home missions of the Presbyterian church 
in the U. S. A. [1912] 14 p. 12°. 

© June 6, 1912 ; 2c. Aug. 5, 1912 ; A : 316818 ; 
Woman's board of home missions of the Pres- 
byterian church in the U. S. A., New York. 696 



Alaskan (The) — Continued. 

or. Pals, by W. D. Caddell. 



17 p. 8°. 



a melodrama in 5 acts, by J. B. Benton. 

© Jay B. Benton, Boston ; 1897 : 42147 ; July 
23. 697 

Oder, Die goldgruben im Klondyke, 

melodrama mit gesang in 5 akten, von A. 

Mesco. 
© Adam Mesco, New York; 1897:46341, 

Aug. 18. 698 

Alaska (The) monai'ch; a drama, by A. Golze. 

Typewritten. 

© Albert Golze, Philadelphia; 1896:5841, 
Jan. 22; Ic. Jan. 22. 699 

Alaska or bust; dramatic composition, by H. R. 
H, Hayward. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 4, 1910 ; D : 21254 ; Harry R. Hill 
Hayward, Wichita. 700 

Alaskan (The); an original comic opera, book 
and lyrics by Joseph Blethen, music by Harry 
Girard. New York, M. Witmark & sons [1907] 
148 p. 8°. 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York; D: 
11404, Sept. 23, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 21, 1907. 701 

■ — — an original comic opera in 2 acts and a 
prologue, book and lyrics by Joseph Blethen. 
40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. J. Blethen, Seattle; D : 8997, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2c. July 11, 1907. 702 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 7, 1910 ; D : 20124 ; William Doug- 
las Caddell. Chicago. 703 

See also Snowballing. 

Altany (The) depot; a farce, by W. D. Howells. 
New York, Harper and brothers, 1892. 68 p. 
inch 7 pi. 24°. (Harper's black & white se- 
ries) 

© Harper & bros.. New York; 1891:33022, 
Sept. 16; 2c. Oct. 10. 704 

Alberta, the midget; an original domestic 
drama in 3 acts, by J. J. McCloskey. 

© James J. McCloskey, Brooklyn ; 1871 : 
4204, IMay 6. 705 

Albion and Rosamund. 

© Elizabeth Altheimer, St. Louis ; D : 6139. 
Jan. 25, 1905. 706 

tragedy in rythmical prose, by E. Al- 
theimer. 79 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1910 ; D : 22216 ; Elizabeth Al- 
theimer, St. Louis. 707 

Alboin and Rosamond; tragedy, by B. T. 
Graves. 79 p. obi. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 28. 1910; D : 20004 ; Beldeu Tay- 
lor Graves, St. Louis. 708 

Album (The); a descriptive, humorous sketch, 
by R. A. Barnet. 

© R. A. Barnet, Boston ; 1896 : 8991, Feb. 7. 

709 

a play in 1 act, by V. Page. 6 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 4, 1912 ; D : 29581 ; Vivian Page, 
New York. 710 

Album (The) of life's pictures; original musical 
comedy act, by J. Hart. 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 6. 1912; D: 30453; Joseph Hart. 
New York. 711 

Album (The) of minstrelsy. 

© Lew Dockstader, New York ; D : 6819, 
June 8, 1905. 712 

Ar.;uquerque; drama in 4 acts, by C. M. Horton. 
85 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1910 ; D : 20913 ; Charles Mar- 
cus Horton, New York. 713 
Alcalde (The) de Zalamea; a drama adapted to 
the American stage from the Spanish of Cal- 
deron, by A. Pierra. 

© A. Pierra, Philadelphia; 1881 : 18024, Dec. 

2; 2c. Feb. 17. 18S5. 714 

Alcalde (The) of Zalamea; a comedy, by Cal- 

deron de la Barca, tr. from the Spanish by 

Jose Silvia. 

© Marian F. Delanoy, Alameda, Cal. ; 1S98: 
43590, July 20. 715 



34 



716 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



733 



Alcaldesas (Las); zarznela comico-dramatica, 
en 1 ncto, dividido en 4 cuadros, en verso, orig- 
inal de J. Alegre Ortiz, musica del maestro 
Pascnal E. Morera. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espaiioles, 1910. 46 p. 12°. 

© May 19, 1910; 2 c. May 20, 1910; D: 
21086 ; Juan Alegre Ortiz, Madrid. 716 

Alcestis; a drama [by] C. Montenegro. Boston, 
Tlie Poet-lore company, 19€9. 4 p. 1., 7-110 p. 
12°. 

© Sept. IS, 1909; 2c. Nov. 29, 1909; A: 
251881 ; Carlotta Montenegro, Louisville. 717 

Alcestis (The) of Euripides; ed. with an intro- 
duction and critical and exegetical notes, by 
H. W. Ilayley. Boston, Ginn & co., 1898. 
Ixxxvii, 178 p. 8°. 

© H. W. Hayley. Middletown, Conn. ; 1898 : 
40036, July 2 ; 2c. Sept. 2. 717a 

tr. into English rhyming verse with explan- 



atory notes b,y Gilbert Murray. London, G. 
Allen & Unwin, ltd. [1915] xvi, 81, [1] p. 12°. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1915; A ad int. 2324; pubd. 
Apr. 26, 1915 ; Oxford university press, Ameri- 
can branch. New York. 717b 

Same. New York, Oxford university press. 



American branch, 1915. xvi, 82 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 29. 1915; 2c. and aff. May 5, 1915; 
A : 398679 ; Oxford university press, Amer. 
branch. New York. 717c 

Alchemist (The); play by Margaret Raven. 
33 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1912; D: 28556; E. Daniell 
Lock wood. New York. 718 

Alchemists (The); musical comedy in 2 acts, 
by C. H. Arnold and M. W. Jackson. 89 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1910 ; D : 20699 ; Mervyn Wads- 
worth Jackson and Clement H. Arnold, San 
Francisco. 719 

Alchemy. See Eastward hoe. 

Alchemy and empire. See Gottlieb Eaust. 

Alcibiades; a drama in 7 tableaux, founded on 
the life of the ancient Greek hero, arr. and tr. 
by M. Coe and E. Patrizi. 88 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© .Marie Coe and Ettore Patrizi. San Fran- 
cisco; D:6671, May 15, 1905; 2c. May 15, 
1905. 720 

Alcide Pepie; drama in 1 act, by A. Massard 
and A. Vercourt. 43 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 17, 1911 ; D : 239S5 ; Armand Mas- 
sard and Alfred Vercourt, Paris. 721 

piece en 1 acte, par A. Massard et A. Ver- 
court. Paris, Georges Ondet, 1913. 42 p. 12°, 
© Nov. 8. 1913 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1913 ; D : 35096 ; 
G. Ondet, Paris. 722 



Aldemon's daug'hter; or, Cassilda, tragedy in 
prose in 4 acts, by F. Dorbesson, New York, 
1890. 

© Fern Dorbesson, United States; 1890: 
4696, Feb. 7, ; 2c. May 9. 723 

Alderman (The); an American comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by K. La Shelle. 

© Kirke La Shelle, Chicago; 1891:23589, 
June 29. 724 

■dramatic playlet, by D. S. Kusell. 17 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1912; D: 31178; Dan S. 
Kusell, Chicago. , 725 

— a farce comedy in 3 acts, by Mrs. C. Dam- 
sea ux. 

© Mrs. C. Damseaux, New York; 1890: 
22635, July 16. 726 

a play in 1 act, by J. T. Prince, jr. 16 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© John T. Prince, .jr., Chicago ; D : 13296, 
July 6, 1908; 2c. July 6, 1908. 727 

a political travesty in 3 acts, by B. H. 



Ridgely and I. Dinkelspiel. TyiDewritten. 

© B. H. Ridgely and I. Dinkelspiel. United 
States ; 1891 : 28172, Aug. 5 ; 2c. Aug. 5. 728 

Alderman O'Haggerty; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
F. S. Gibbs. Portland, Me., Bryson & Welch, 
1894. 

© Gus Bothner, New York ; 1894 : 4801, Jan. 
19. 729 

Alderman's (An) election; or, An alderman's, 
in 3 scenes, by J. E. Howard. 

© Joseph E. Howard, New York; 1898: 
55593, Sept. 22. 730 

Aldini; romantic comedy in 4 acts, by H. H. 

Morrill. Springfield, Mass., 1911. 38 p. nar. 

12°. 

© Jan. 2, 1912; 2c. Dec. 23, 1911; D: 28136; 

Henry H. Morrill. Springfield, Mass. 731 

Aldyth and Tostig; or, A southern tale, an 

emotional play in 5 acts, by F. J. Hallo. 

© Frank J. Plallo, Minneapolis; 1893: 13S33. 
Mar. 20. 732 

Alegre (El) Manchezo; viaje comico-lirico-bail- 
able-cinematografico, en 5 cuadros, dos inter- 
medios y una apoteosis, en prosa original de A. 
Caamano, I. Soler. y A. Custodio, mflsica de 
los maestros Alvira y Andreu. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles, 1909. 42 p. 12°. 
© Nov. 18, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909 ; D : 17470 ; 
Angel Caamano, Isidro Soler y Angel Custodio. 
Madrid. 733 

Alegre (La) primavera; revista en 1 acto, 
dividido en 4 cuadros, original de Eduardo 
Haro y Joaquin Aznar, mfislca del maestro 
Teodoro San Jose. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles, 1914. 37 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914: D 
38211 ; E. Haro y J. Aznar, Madrid. 733& 



35 



734 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



756 



AlegTia (La) de vivir; comedia en 4 actos y en 
prosa, por Antonio Paso y Joaquin Abati. Ma- 
drid, Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1911. 
92 p. 12°. 

© May 26, 1911 ; 2c. May 27, 1911 ; D : 24308 ; 
A, Paso y J. Abati, Madrid. 734 

Alegria (La) del abuelo; zarziiela en 1 acto y en 
verso, libro de Jackson Veyan y Flores Gon- 
zalez, niGsica del maestro Mauzauares. Ma- 
drid, Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1911. 
35 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 30, 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28159 ; 
Jackson Veyan y Flores Gonzalez, Madrid. 735 

Alegria (La) del amor; fantasia llrica en 1 acto, 
dividldo en 6 cuadros, en prosa y verso, origi- 
nal de Ramon Asensio Mas y J. J. Cade- 
nas, mfisica del maestro Pablo Luna. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1913. 46 p. 
12". 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
30554; Ram6n Asensio Mas y Jose Juan Cade- 
nas, Madrid. 735a 

Alegria (La) del batallon; cuento militar com- 
puesto para representarse en 1 acto,dividido en 
4 cuadros, en prosa, de C. Arnicbes y F. Quin- 
tana, mfisica del maestro Jose Serrano. Ma- 
drid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1909. 
54 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16247 ; 
Carlos Arnicbes y Felix Quintana, Madrid 

736 

Alerte (L'); piece en 3 actes, de F. de Nion et 
Dupuy-Mazuel. 19 p. (Supplement gratuit S,u 
no. 2887 du Monde illustre, 27 julliet 1912) 

© July 27, 1912; 2c. Aug. 21, 1912; D: 
30589 ; Frangois de Nion et Dupuy-Mazuel, 
Paris. 737 

Alessandro and Ramona; or. Old mission bells, 
a drama in 5 acts. 

© J. Augustus Grabam, Los Angeles ; 1894 : 
30377, June 4. 738 

Aleta; or. Too bashful to marry, a comic 
libretto, by Mrs. H. E. Lindley. 

© Mrs. H. Esselstyn Lindley, Detroit ; 1888 : 
12000, Apr. 25. 739 

Alethea; a dramatic opera. 29 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Albert Gallatin Wbeeler, jr., Chicago; D: 
6157, Jan. 30, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 26, 1905. 740 

Alethoscope (The). 

© O. P. Wilson, S. E. Curtis, and Alan H. 
Sterne, New York; 1897: 11038, Feb. 13. 741 

Alexa; a romantic drama in 4 acts, with a trans- 
formation scene, by G. V. Butterfield. 

© George V. Butterfield, Boston; 1884: 
23550, Nov. 25. 742 



Alexander Borgia; a drama in 4 acts, by G. 
Tisue. Typewritten. 

© Gaston Tisne, New York; D : 805, Aug. 
26, 1901 ; Ic. Aug. 26, 1901 ; Ic. Oct. 3, 1901. 

743 

Alexander Hamilton; American historical 
drama in 4 acts, by W. H. Bryant. 53 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1910; D: 22690; William 
Henry Bryant, Denver. 744 

a drama in 6 acts, by T. H. Sayre. Ms. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York ; 1876 : 13699, Dec. 
11; 2c. Dec. 11. 745 

Alexander the Great. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Victor Mapes, New Rocbelle. N. Y. ; D : 
3368, May 2, 1903; 2c. May 12, 1903. 746 

Alexander, the priest; a libretto, by W. A. 
Swank. 

© William A. Swanic, Norfolk, Va.; 1882: 

6048, Apr. 17 ; 2c. Aug. 14, 1884. 747 

Alexandra; a drama in 4 acts, by A. Venturi. 

© Cliarles S. Morley, Philadelphia; 1881: 
18252, Nov. 25. 748 

a drama in 4 acts, by M. Walsh and M. J. 



I 



Safford. 

© Marie Walsh and Mary J, Saflford, Brook- 
lyn ; D : 4684, Mar. 5, 1904. 749 

a drama, tr. from the German and adapted 



to the English stage, by W. L. Hubbard. 

© Wm. L. Hubbard, Chicago; 1888:12620, 
Apr. 30. 750 

Alexandria. 

© Lillian Lester, Minneapolis; 1893:12384. 



Mar. 10. 



751 



Alexandria Scobel; tragedy in 3 acts with pro- 
logue, by P. Lucchetti. 40 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Mar. 31, 1910; D: 20643; Francesco 
Lucchetti, Philadelphia. 752 

Alexis; drama in 3 acts and 1 scene, by L. Flem- 
ing. 65 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 28, 1910; D : 20045 ; Luke Flem- 
ing, Tarrytown, N. Y. 753 

Alfaric, the Goth; play in 5 acts. 

© Albert Carr, New York ; 1874 : 13334. Oct. 
28. 754 

Alfred Sheerwood; a drama of 4 acts, by O. C. 
Warrick. 

© Oliver Colman Warrick, Indianapolis; 
1898 : 33993, May 20. 755 

Alger (The) family; a society-drama in prologue 
and 3 acts, by Alfred K. Heilmann. 

© A. K. Heilmann, San Francisco; D: 5679: 
Oct. 22, 1904. 756 



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COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



779 



Algeda; a comedy in 4 acts, by A. A. A. Silber. 
Typewritten. 

© Albert A. A. Silber, Jacksonville, Fla. ; 
1895 : 30329, June 7 ; 2c. Aug. 3. 757 



Algiers. 

© Byron B. Viets, Cleveland: 
May 12. 



18S8 : 13958. 
758 



15 p. 



Algy; play in 1 act, by Thomas Thome. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1911; D : 23054 ; J. B. Hollis, 
New York. 759 

Alhakhan, an Arab in Italy; a drama in 5 acts, 
by S. J. Marshall. 

© Sidney John Marshall, Chicago; 1884: 
17915, Sept. 4. 760 

Alhambra; a burlesque extravaganza in 3 acts, 
by F. IT. Norton. 

" © Frank H. Norton, New York ; 1873 : 1771, 
Feb. 21. 761 

See also Ahmed. — Eayhannah. of the pal- 
aces. 

Ali Baba; spectacular opera in 4 acts, tr. and 
adapted by A. Hoffman. 

© A. Hoffman, San Francisco ; 1891 : 17304. 
May 11. 763 

or, Morgiana and the forty thieves, a spec- 
tacular extravaganza in 4 acts, originated and 
designed by D. Henderson, libretto by Harry 
B. Smith, lyrics by Harry B. Smith, Franklyn 
W. Lee and John Gilbert. Typewritten. 

© David Henderson, Chicago ; 1892 : 17703, 
Apr. 23 ; 2c. Apr. 23. 763 



• or. The forty female thieves, a spectacular 

burlesque in 3 contortions, adapted from the 
Arabian nights by J. S. Edwards. 

© James S. Edwards, United States; 1888: 
30588, Oct. 2G. 764 

Ali Baba and the forty thieves; play in pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by J. H. Thacher. 42 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1913; D: 34687; John H. 
Thacher, Kansas City, Mo. ^ 765 

Ali Baba, jr.; or, Morgiana and the forty 
thieves, a spectacular extravaganza in 4 acts, 
by Harry B. Smith. Typewritten. 

© David Henderson, United States; 1892: 
1860, Jan. 11 ; 2c. Jan. 11. 766 

Ali-bebe; on, Les quarante voleuses, operette 
en 2 actes et 4 tableaux, de Emile Codey et 
Trebla, musique nouvelle et arrangee par M. 
G. Goublier. Paris, Libra irie theatrale du 
nouveau si&cle, 1910. 104 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 1, 1911 ; 2c. Oct. 23, 1911 ; D : 25556 ; 
G. Ondet et M. Yiterbo, Paris. 767 



Alias Brown; satirical farce in 3 acts, by E. J. 
Whisler. Boston, Walter H. Baker & co., 
1914. 66 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 15. 1914; 2c. Aug. 17, 1914; D: 
378U9; E. J. Whisler, Tucson, Ariz. 767a 

Alias Irish Tessie; by A. Cowles. 14 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1910; D: 21387; Albert 
Cowles, AVilliamsport, Pa. 768 

Alias Jimmy Valentine; by Paul Armstrong. 
80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1909; D: 17728; Liebler & 
CO., New York. , 769 

Alias Johnson; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. Osgood. 

© Whitman Osgood, Washington; 1888: 

18209, June 25. 770 

Alias Mr. Roseberry; a melodramatic comedy 

in 1 act, by W. N. Lawrence and J. Wilkie 

Rusk. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19. 1912 ; D : 30032 ; Walter N. 
Lawrence, New York. 771 

Alias Pittsburg Annie; drama in 3 scenes, by 
C. F. Ivins. 20 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1911; D : 24202 ; Clifford F. 
Ivins, Red Bank, N. J. 772 

Alias Trixie Kix; in 1 act, by Gordon Davis. 
18 p. 4°. TjT)ewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 27, 1910; D: 21890; Gordon 
Arthur Davis, Spokane, Wash. 773 

Alias Winnie Montgomery; play in 1 act, by 
W. T. Clark. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

©Ic. Apr. 6, 1915; D: 40276; William T. 
Clark, Brooklyn. 773a 

Alibi (An); a comedy in 5 acts, by J. W. Con- 
way. 

© John William Conway, Norton, Kan.; D: 
2906, Jan. 26, 1903. 774 

a drama in 5 acts, by H. Benhayon. 

© H. Benhayon, San Francisco ; 1883 : 5501, 
Mar. 24. 775 

drama in 3 acts, by H. M. Graves. 135 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 4. 1013; D: 31877; Harry M. 
Graves, New York. 776 

piece en 3 actes, par G. Trarieux. 61 p. 8°. 

Printed. 

© Gabriel Trarieux. Paris; D: 12909, May 
6, 1908; 2c. May 6, 1908. 777 

Alice; an emotional drama in 5 acts, by Alfred 
Atherley. 

© A. Kraetzer, New York; 1877:13658, 
Nov. 24. 778 

Alice and the eight princesses; a musical ex- 
travaganza in 2 acts, book and lyric by Glen 
MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert. Type- 
written. 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York ; D : 7256, 
Sept. 14, 1905; 2c. Sept. 12. 1905. 77P 



37 



780 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



798 



Alice Dillon; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by J. C. 
E. Kaiser. 45 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John C. E. Kaiser, Oreen Bay, Wis.; D: 
8277, Apr. 5, 1006; 2c. Apr. 5, 19U6. 780 

Alice Harvey, the mill girl; a drama in 4 acts, 
dramatized from E. S. Getchell's story of that 
title by E. I.. Brown. 

© Engrene L. Brown, Dover, N. H. ; 1875: 
4082, Apr. 24. "^Sl 

Alice in Blunderland. {In Will Rossi ter's vaude- 
ville prompter, no. 4) 

© Will Rossiter. Chicago; D : 4070, Oct. 5, 
1903; 2c. Oct. 5, 1903. 782 

Alice in Stageland; a musical extravaganza in 
3 acts, by J. K. Bangs and R. C. Penfield. 

© John Kendrick Bangs and Roderic C. 
Penfield, New York ; D : 3425, May 7, 1903. 

783 

Alice in the transformation of Washington; 
play in 4 acts, by F. H. Cook. 46 p. t". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1911 ; D : 24281 ; Francis H. 
Cook, Spokane, Wash. 784 

Alice in Wonderland. Typewritten. 

© Edward Westcott Peckham, Orange, N. J. : 
1900 A : 5368, Feb. 27 ; 2c. Feb. 27. 785 

by Lewis Carroll [pseud, of Charles Lut- 

widge Dodgson], scenario [in 1 ct] by A. F. 
Coffin. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1909; D: 16502; Alice Fenn 
Coffin, Montclair, N. J. 786 

drama in 3 acts, by C. R. Macauley and 



William W. Young. 119 p. 4". Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1914; D: 36394; Charles R. 
Macauley, New York. 786a 

■dramatization of Lewis Carroll's book, by 



A. Gerstenberg. 104 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 17, 1913 ; D : 33243 ; Alice Gersten- 
berg, Chicago. 787 

•dream play in 4 acts, being a dramatization 



of Lewis Carroll's book, by Elizabeth Alden 
Curtis. 93 p. 4". Typewritten 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1912; D : 30478 ; F. Ernest 
Holman, Rockland, Me. 788 

— a fairy spectacle in 3 acts, by W. G. Kauf- 
mann. 

© William G. Kaufmann, Pittsburgh; D: 
39SS, Sept. 22, 1903. 789 

an operetta, in prologue and 2 acts, by D. 



H. Leonard. Typewritten. 

© Hope Leonard, New York; 1899:76059. 
Nov. 21; 2c. Nov. 21. 790 



Alice in Wonderland — Continued. 

a play compiled from Lewis Carroll's 

stories, by Emily Prime Delafield. 

© Dodd. Mead & co., New York; 1898: 

63073, Oct. 27. 791 

-a play for children in 3 acts, dramatized 



by Mrs' Burton Harrison, with tableaux, 
soncs, and dances, illustrated by John Tenniel. 
New York, The De Witt pub. house. 

© R. H. Russell & son. New York; 1890: 
41274, Dec. 26; 2c. Dec. 26. 792 

play in 3 acts, prologue and epilogue, drama- 
tized by E. L. Heinsling [from book by 
Charles 'Lutwidge Dodgson]. 26 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 2, 1915 ; D : 39840 ; Edwin Louis 
Heinsling, Norwalk, Conn. 792a 

Sec also In Wonderland. 

Alice Kirkwood; a drama in 4 acts, by L. C. 
Morse. 

© Leonard C. Morse, New York; 1882- 

18855, Nov. 6. 793 

Alice mine. 4". Typewritten. 

© George R. Morse and Theodore E. Lyon, 
New York ; D : 10050, Mar. 1, 1907 ; 2c. .Alar. 1, 
1907. 794 

Alice, the actress; or. The midnight marriage, 
a drama in prologue and 4 acts, dramatized 
by W. A. J. Hohlbein and W. B, Jerrom. 

© W. A. J. Hohlbein and Wm. B. Jerrom, 
Baltimore; 1873:4909, May 6. 795 

Alice, the star of the mines; an original melo- 
drama in 4 acts and a prologue, by F. B. Crit- 
tenden (Fred Archer). 

© Fred B. Crittenden, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1890 : 23207, July 23. 796 

Alice unafraid; play in 3 acts, by L. Bi-ewer. 
95 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1910; D: 20219; Layton 

Brewer, New York. 797 

Alice's visit to friends in Kentucky; play in 4 
acts, by G. Hicks. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D : 38271 ; Gertrude 
Hicks, Rockford, 111. 797a 

Alicia; opereta en 1 acto, original de G. Jover y 
J. Canovas. mtisica del maestro Manuel G. 
Llopis. Miidrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles, 1915. 39 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41067; Gonzalo Jover y Joaquin CJinovas, 
Madrid. 797b 

Alida; or, Love and war, a spectacular drama 
in 6 acts, by J. O. Shultes, 

© .L O. Shultes, New York; 1887:12565. 
May 12. 798 



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COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



822 



Alien (The); play in 3 acts, bv M. Crighton and 
W. Elliott. 107 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 4, 1914 ; D : 35914 ; Marian Crigh- 
ton and William Elliott, New York. 798a 

Aliens. 

1© Mjtrtha Nelson McCan, Los Angeles; D: 
11367, Sept. 17, 1907. 799 

comedy drama in 3 acts, by B. H. Voigt. 



3v. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. June 6, 1913 ; D : 33416 ; B. H. Voigt, 
Brooklyn. 800 

Alimony. 4". Typewritten. 

© Herman Lee Meader, New York ; D : 7746, 
Dec. 21, 1905; 2e. Dec. 21, 1905. 801 

American drama of to-day in 3 acts, by 

U. S. Logan and R. D. Robin.son. 44 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

.© Ic. Apr. 2, 1914; D : 36594 ; U. S. Logan 
and Ralph D. Robinson, Brooklyn. 801a 

a comedy in 4 acts, by W. V. Pettit. 87 p. 



4". Typewritten. 

© Wm. V. Pettit. New York ; D : 1395S, Sept. 
30, 190S; 2c. May 20, 1909. 802 

- — ^ comedy in 3 acts, by L. S. Levy. 105 p. 
4'. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 30, 1912; D : 30382 ; Leo S. Lew. 
Oakland, Cal. 803 

play in 1 act, by F. J. MacBeath, jr. 8 p. 



f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9. 1913 ; D : 33745 ; Francis J. 
MacBeath, jr., Philadelphia. 804 

Alimony (The) club; a comedy sketch in 1 act, 
by R. A. Deaves. Typewritten. 

© Rillie A. Deaves, Rye, N. Y. ; 1S96: 68961, 
Dec. 19; 2c. Dec. 19. 805 

modern comedy in 3 acts, by A. Luzzi and 



A. Mittenthal. 150 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 29, 1910 ; D : 21675 ; Arthur Luzzi 
and Aubrey Mittenthal, New York. 806 

a musical farce in 3 acts and epilogue: 



scenario, by K. G. McLoughlin. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

'© Ic. Jan. 13, 1912; D: 29105; Katherine 
G. McLoughlin, New York. 807 

Alimony Isle; comedy opera in 2 acts, by C. 
Horwitz. 

© Charles Horwitz. New York ; D : 6327, 
Mar. 13. 1905. 808 

Alimony (The) man; a comedy in 3 acts, by G. 
W. Ogden. 48 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Geo. W. Ogden, Kansas Citv, Mo.; D: 
16090, June 17, 1909; 2c. June 25, 1909. 809 

Al-i-situ; drama of ancient Egypt in 2 acts, by 
P. M. Barker. 37 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1914 ; D : 387S1 ; Percival M. 
Barker, New York. 809a 



Alison Kent; by R. K. Snow. 4°. Tyiiewritten. 

© Robert Keith Snow, Boston ; D : 6245, 

Feb. 20, 1905; 2c. Mar. 6, 1905. 810 

Alixe; an emotional comedy in 4 acts, by A. 
Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York ; 1873 : 1342, 
Feb. 10. 811 

Alkali Ike drops in. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Tom P. Morgan, Rogers, Ark. ; D : 7049, 
July 31, 1905; 2c. July 31, 1905. 812 

All a mistake; by E. Holland. Typewritten. 

© Edwin Holland, West Somerviile, Mass.; 
1900 A: 6042, Mar. 12; 2c. Mar. 12. 813 

-farce comedy, by W. C. Parker. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Walter C. Parker, Elmira. N. Y. ; 1898: 
64696, Nov. 4; 2c. Nov. 9. 814 

a farce comedy in 3 acts, by W. C. Pa river. 



Chicago, T. S. Deuison [1903] 54 p. 16° 

© Thomas S. Denisou, Chicago ; D : 3848, 
Aug. 19, 1903; 2c. Sept. 25, 1903. 815 

playlet in 1 scene, by W. S. Fish. 16 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 28, 1914; D:. 35832; William 
Sampson Fish, Oakland, Cal. 815a 

All aboard; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by M. Ott. 

© Matthew Ott, New York; 1898:33524, 
May 31. 816 

All aboard for Mars; a spectacular comedy in 
2 acts, by H. H. LaMount. 39 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Harrv H. LaMount, Johnstown, N. Y. ; 
D : 14778, Jan. 9, 1909; 2c. Dec. 31, 1908. 817 

All about a watch, you may call it; a burlesque 
comedy in 4 acts, by Sarah Emily Pierce; 
adapted from The walking doll. 

© E. O. Middlebrook, New York; 1885: 
6408, INIar. 17. 818 

All about Adam; comedy in 2 acts, by Alice C. 
Thomp.son. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1911. 
24 p. 12^ 

© Feb. 7, 1911 : 2c. Feb. 8, 1911 ; D : 23294 : 
Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 819 

All about Goldstein; a Hebrew monologue, by 
Harry L. Newton and A. S. Hoffman. Cbicago, 
The Dramatic publishing company [1902] 6 p. 
12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago; D : 2538. 
Nov. 3. 1902; 2c. Nov. 17, 1902. 820 

All about lobsters, 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© L. Demain Grange. Boston; D;5620, Oct. 
10. 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 10, 1904. 821 

All abroad; a musical farce in 2 acts, written 
by Owen Hall and James T. Tanner, book of 
lyrics by W. H. Risque, music by Frederick 
Rosse. London. Willcocks & co., ltd. 

© Willcocks & CO., ltd., London; 1895: 
19903, Apr. 11; 2c. Apr. 11. 822 



39 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



844 



All alone; or, The darkest hour, a local drama 
in 1 act, by F. T. Shaw. 

© Fred T. Shaw, New York; 1873:10006, 
Sept. 23. 823 

All (The) America eleven; an entertainment 
for boys in 1 scene, by M. N. Beebe. Boston, 
W. H. Baker & co., 1909. 8 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 14235, 
Nov. 7, 1908; 2c. Dec. 3, 1908. 824 

All at sea; by Arthur Law. London, J. Wil- 
liams, ltd. [1904J 20 p. 8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London ; D : 5397, 
Aug. 9, 1904; 2c. Aug. 9, 1904. 825 

musical comerly in 3 acts, by B. B. Lysset. 



All for a girl — Continued. 

romantic operetta in 2 acts, by Charles 

Bradley and M. E, Marks. 2 v. 4°, Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1915 ; D : 39493 ; Maurice E. 
Marks, New York. 834a 

an up-to-date drama in 3 acts, by W. A. 



17 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1913; D: 33099; Benjamin B. 
Lysset, Brooklyn. 826 

All broke up; a comedy in 4 acts [by] K. T. 
Deroode. 

© Kate T. Deroode, Covington, Ky. ; 1SS5 : 
19296, Sept. 12. 827 

All but lost. See While life shall last. 

All Charley's fault; an original farce in 2 acts, 
by Anthony E. Wills. Boston, W. H. Baker & 
CO., 1905. 50 p. 12". 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D : 7200, 
Sept. 2, 1905; 2c. Sept. 28, 1905. 828 

All correct; an American sensational comedy in 
5 acts, by C. Winter. 

© C. Winter, Rock Island, 111. ; 1879 : 10427, 
Aug. 6; 2c. Aug. 6. 829 

All crazy; a new farcical comedy, by W. Barry 
and H. Fay. 

© William Barry and Hugh Fay, New 
York ; 1884 : 17560, Aug. 30. 830 

All done by kindness; play in 1 act, by R. H. 
Preston. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 10, 1915; D: 40608; Robert 
Harry Preston, New York. 830a 

All due to the manag'enient ; monologue for a 
gentleman, by Helen Locke. Chicago, The 
Dramatic pub. co. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1897 : 59887, 
Oct. 22; 2c. Oct. 21. 831 

All fools day; a comedy in 3 acts, by W. M. 
Williams. 

© Wilbur M. Williams, Holden, Mo. ; 1887 : 
1282, Jan. 15. 832 

All for a box; comedy in 4 acts, with songs, by 
A. Guillet. 

© Alexandre Guillet, Cleveland; 1886: 
28113, Dec. 13. 833 

All for a girl; a play in 4 acts, by R. Hughes. 
© Rupert Hughes, New York ; D : 13506, 
\ug. 5, 1908. 834 



Brady. 

© Wm. A. Brady, New York; 1896:3325, 
Jan. 9. 835 

All for a nickel. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Alice Marcus, New York; D : 11774, Nov. 
20, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 20, 1907. 836 

All for a woman; comedy drama, by R. J. Beck- 
hard and M. Freeman. 

© Ruy J. Beckhard & Maurice Freeman. 
Boston ; D : 6502, Apr. 12, 1905. 837 

All for an ambition; a curtain raiser, or 1 act 
comedy, by R. B. Longmire. Typewritten. 

© Robert Bill Longmire, Chicago; 1893: 
20002, Apr. 24; 2c. Apr. 16, 1896. 838 

All for gold; by K. Williams. 

© Kittle Williams, Chicago; 1884:9211, 
May 3; 2c. June 21. 839 

or, Another unfortunate, an original Amer- 
ican melodrama in 5 acts and 3 tableaux, by 
R. N. Moffat and F. L. Griffith. 

© Robert N. Moffat, San Francisco; 1891: 
20242, June 2. 840 

• or. Little Violet, a drama in 5 acts and 5 

tableaux, by J. D. Graham. 

© John D. Graham, United States; 1876: 
14015, Dec. 16. 841 

All for her; comedy drama in 1 act, by P. S. M. 
jNIunro. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1912; D: 29452; P. S. M. 
Munro, Brooklyn. 842 

All for his sister. See African prince, his cap- 
ture and escape from bondage. 

All for love; play in 1 act, by E. Rothman. 9p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27, 1015 ; D : 40780 ; Eugene Roth- 
man, Coney Island, N. Y. 842a 

or, Love flows on forever, a play in 1 act, 

by J. M. Colville. Typewritten. 

© J. M. Colville, Philadelphia ; 1899 : 15S03, 
Feb. 28; 2c. Feb. 28. 843 

or. Which will win him? a Christmas idyl 

in 5 acts, bj' E. A. Locke. 

© E. A. Locke, United States; 1874:11570, 
Sept. 30. 844 

See also Clarice. — Lighting the trades. — 

Narrow (A) escape. — Representative English 
dramas from Dryden to Sheridan. — Sweet- 
hearts. 



40 



845 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



869 



All for Mary; a comedy in 3 acts, by G. F. 
Steely. 4". Typewritten. 

© Guy F. Steely, Oak Park, 111.; D : 9655, 
Dec. 17, 190G; 2c. Dec. 17, 1906. 845 

All for Milly; an original farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by F. Cowan. 

© Fletcher Cowan, Hoboken, N. J. ; D : 1300, 
Dec. 16, 1901. 846 

All for money; comedy-drama in 4 acts, by H. 
Feierstein. 116 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1909 ; D : 16808 ; Henry Feier- 
stein, New York. 847 

All for sweet charity; comedy for three males 
and nine females, bv Frances Aymar Mathews. 
New York, E. S. Werner & co., 1907. 17 p. 
12". 

© Edgar S. Werner & co.. New York ; D : 
11683, Nov. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 22, 1907. 848 

All for the country; musical playlet, by T. G. 
Springer and R. H. Kirschner. 8 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. .May 14, 1913 ; D : 33224 ; Julius Shum- 
sky. New York. 849 

All for you; a dramatic composition in 3 acts, 
by C. A. Loder. 

© Chas. A. Loder, Areola, Pa. ; 1898 : 49877, 
Aug. 2. 850 

All Hallow's eve; a drama of to-day embodying 
a superstition of yesterday, by George Jacques 
Byrne and L. Elbert Landone. 

© Leon E. Landone and G. J." Byrne ; D : 
9285, Oct. 8, 1906. 851 

All her own fault; a drama in 4 acts, by C. E. 
Newton. 

© Charles E. Newton, Matawan, N. Y. ; 1873 : 
G346, June 5. 852 

All husbands are alike; a play in 4 acts, by 
F. Voorhies. Typewritten. 

© Felix Voorhies, New Iberia, La. ; 1899 : 
81702, Dec. 18; 2c. Jan. 13, 1900. 853 

All in a dormitory; a musical comedy libretto 
in 2 acts, by T, B. Donaldson. 42 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Thomas B. Donaldson, Philadelphia ; D : 
11725, Nov. 12, 1907; 2c. Nov. 12, 1907. 854 

All in a fog. See Who is who? 

All in a lifetime; a 5 act drama, by G. A. 
Weber. 50 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Gustav Adolph Weber, West Duluth, 
Minn.; D : 12009, Dec. 30, 1907; 2c. Feb. 10, 
1908. 855 

All in a nig'ht; musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. F. Ferguson, jr. 37 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1913: D : 34984 ; Robert F. 
Ferguson, jr.. New York. 856 



All in a whirl; 2 act musical satire, by P. I. 
Cook. 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1909 ; D : 17400 ; Paul Irving 
Cook, San Francisco. 857 

All in der family; a Dutch sketch in 2 scenes, 
by McDermott and Trumble. New York, 
Happy hours company. 

© Happy hours co., New York; 1875: 10550, 
Oct. IS; 2c. Nov. 5. 858 

All in the family, t". Typewritten. 

© Paul Harris, Chicago; D : 4013, Sept. 26, 
1903; 2c. Sept. 10, 1903. 859 

a farce-comedy in 3 acts, l)y J. Crawford. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© James Crawford, San Francisco ; D : 
13811, Sept. 15, 1908; 2c. Aug. 4, 1908. 860 

a fRrce in 1 act, by Edmund Day. Type- 



written. 

© Fred Edwards, New York; D : 644, July 
8, 1901 ; 2c. July 8, 1901. 861 

— a legitimate musical comedy in 3 acts. 

© Peck and Fursman, New York; 1891: 
38147, Oct. 24. 862 

— an original monologue. 6 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Tom P. ]\Iorgan, Rogers. Ark. ; D : 14346. 
Nov. 21, 1908; 2c. Nov. 21, 1908. 863 

All in the way of life; or, The philosopher, 
musical variety sketch, written and composed 
by Alfred B. Sedgwick. New York, R. M. De 
Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1876: 
8902, July 31 ; 2c. Dec. 28. 864 

All in vain; a comedy in 3 acts, by S. G. 
Eghian. 

© Setrak G. Eghian, Ogden, Utah; D : 12237, 
Jan. 24, 1908. 865 

All is fair. 10 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Teresa Crowley, Brookline, Mass.; D: 
12243, Jan. 25, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 25, 1908. 866 

All is fair in love and war; military specialty 
in 1 act, by W. A. Vallee. 1 p. f. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1913 ; D : 33985 ; Wm. Albert 



Vallee, Birmingham, Ala. 



867 



a musical sketch, book by L. P. Brown. 

© Lawrence Parmly Brown. Peekskill. 
N. Y. ; D : 3833, Aug. 15, 1903. 868 

All is well that ends well. See Maid (The) of 
the lighthouse. 

All kinds of a hero. 

© Alta M. Coultas, Chicago; D : 14272, Nov. 
12, 1903. 869 

All lights out. See At the sound of taps. 



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DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



892 



All made up; musical farce libretto, in 2 acts, 
by A. N. C. Fowler. 71 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1911 ; D : 23832 ; A. N. C. Fow- 
ler, CSleus Falls, N. Y. 870 

All men are born equal; comedy by J. L. Nor- 
ris. 103 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1910; D : 203GS ; Joseph L. 
Norris, New York. 871 

All men to be cliloroformed at sixty; a comedy 
in 4 acts, by D. K. Ford. 40 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Daniel K. Ford, St. Paul ; D : 10540, May 
11, 1907; 2c. May 11, 1907. 873 

All (The) mighty dollar; by Jessie Villars 
[pseud, of J. V. Stineman] 

© Emorv G. Stineman, Chester, Pa. ; D : 

3482, May 25, 1903. ♦ 873 

See also Almighty (The) dollar. 

All millionaires; in 4 acts, by C. G. Harger, jr. 
Tyiiewritten. 

© C. G. Hari>;er, jr., Washington: 1894: 
59030, Dec. 18; 2c. Dec. 21. 874 

All-of-a-sudden Peggy; light comedy in 3 acts, 
i)y Ernest Denny. New Yorli, S. French ; 
Loudon, S. French, ltd. 159 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 27, 1910 ; 2c. Oct. 29, 1910 ; D : 22409 : 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 875 

All-of-it; a burlesque on Olivette, arr. and 
dramatized by F. Eversmann, jr. 

© Fred Eversmann, jr., Baltimore; 1881: 
4876, Mar. 31. 876 

All on a rainy day; or. Circumstantial evi- 
dence. 11 p. 4°. Tyiiewritten. 

© Clara Haeucheu, Chicago ; D : 8633, June 
4, 1906 ; 2c. June 4. 1906. 877 

All on a summer's day; comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. B. Cooke. 83 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Marjorie Benton Cooke, Chicago ; D : 
1466, Feb. 19, 1902; 2c. Feb. 19, 1902. 878 

a play for girls, by B. Lawrence Jenkins. 

■© Hints pub. co.. New York ; D : 3293, Apr. 
9, 1903. 879 

All on account of a bonnet; petite comedie in 1 
scene, for 3 performers, by Mrs. V. Sharpe 

Patterson. 

© Mrs. V. Sharpe Patterson, Columbus, O. ; 
1898:55293, Sept. 21. 880 

All on account of a kiss. 

© I>oula Jockusch, Galveston, Tex. ; 1896 : 
9515, Feb. 8. 881 

comedy drama in 4 acts, by E. M. Kirkland. 

70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

® Ic. July 25, 1910; D : 21642 ; Elizabeth M. 
Kirkland, Chicago. 882 



All on account of a license; an improbability 
in 1 act, by D. J. Fingalton. 10 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Albert F. Neumann, New York ; D : 12892, 
May 4, 1908; 2c. May 4, 1908. 883 

All on account of a petticoat. Typewritten. 

© Josie Morris Sullivan, New York; 1899: 
3316, Jan. 7 ; 2c. Jan. 7. 884 

All on account of an actor; a farce in 1 act, by 
Louis Latham Wilson. PLiiladelphia, The 
Penu publishing company, 1904. 15 p. 12°. 

<© Penn i)ub. co., Philadelphia; D : 4974, 
May 2, 1904; 2c. May 2, 1904. 885 

All on account of an heir; a farcical problem 
play in 4 acts, by L. Jordan. 4 v. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 22, 1914; D: 38580; Leslie Jor- 
dan, Oxford Depot, New York. 885a 

All on account of Aunt Sally; in 1 act, by H. 
M. Stratton. 15 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1911 ; D : 24469 ; Henriet Mil- 
ner Stratton, Lcs Angeles. 886 

All on account of Eliza; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Ij. Ditrichstein. Typewritten. 

© Leo Ditrichstein, New York ; 1900 A : 
20135, Aug. 13 ; 2c. Aug. 13. 887 

All on account of Jane; comedy in 1 act, by L. 
Silvers. 11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1914; D: 36060; Lew Silvers, 
Princeton, Wis. 887a 

All on account of professor. 47 p. 8". Type- 
written. 

I© Harrv L. Dixson, Northfield, Minn.; D: 
3059, Feb. '27, 1903; 2c. Feb. 27, 1903. 888 

All on account of the baby; a play in 1 act, by 
P. W. Hyde. Typewritten. 

© Paul Woodworth Hyde, Pittsburgh; D: 
516, May 27, 1901; 2c. July 16, 1901. 889 

All on account of the duke. 3 p. f. Type- 
written. -, 

© .Teannette Baum, New York; D:2017. 
June 17, 1902; Ic. June 9, 1902. 890 

All on account of the movies; play in 1 act, by 
D. Vanderen, jr. 46 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 10, 1913; D: 35302; David Van- 
deren, jr., Brooklyn. 891 

All over town; musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
H. B. Smith. 104 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

® Ic. June 9, 1915; D : 40881 ; Harry B. 
Smith, New York. 891a 

All rivers meet at sea; sketch, by E, Davis. 
34 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1912; D : 29151 ; Edwards 
Davis, New York. 892 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



910 



All's fair; comedy in 3 acts, by E. G. Birge. 
69 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 30, 1911; D:2562S; Edward G. 
Birge, Altoona, Pa. 893 

All's fair in love. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© \'alerie Bergere, Bangor, Me. ; D : 2S21, 
Jan. 7, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 7, 1903. 894 

a colonial costume comediette, by A. Miller 

and E. Browning. T>'pewritten. 

© Asblev Miller and Ethel Browning, New 
York ; D : 943, Oct. 11, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 11, 1901. 

895 

comedy sketch by I. Birne. 8 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 23, 1913 ; D : 34232 ; Irving Birne, 
Brooklyn. 896 

See also Farmer Porkberry. 

All's fair in love and politics; comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by George Griffith. 110 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1914 ; D : 35842 ; G. C. Grif- 
fith, Cleveland. 896a 

All's fair in love and war; by R. Sailer. 

© Randolph Sailer, Philadelphia; 1899: 
26682, Apr. 17. 897 

1 act playlet, by M. E. Pesnel. IS p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1915; D: 40816; Maximilian 
Edwin Pesnel, East Orange, N. J. 897a 

All's for the best. See Sheriff (The) of Ran- 
dall's forge. 

All's quiet on the Potomac. See Fortune (The) 
of war. 

All's well, etc. 

© Ludwig H. Henning, Johnstown, Pa. : D : 
13504, Aug. 4, 1908. 898 

All's well that ends swell; by T. B. Donald- 
son. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas B. Donaldson, Philadelphia ; D : 
7328, Sept. 27, 1905; 2c. Sept. 27, 1905. 899 

All's well that ends well; by William Shaks- 
peare, ed. with notes, introduction, glossary, 
list of variorum readings, and selected crit- 
icism by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. 
[1st folio ed.] New York, Thomas Y. Crowell 
& CO., [1909] 4 p. 1., vii-xix, 216 p. front. 
16°. 

© T. Y. Crowell & co.. New York; A: 
233348, Mar. 12, 1909; 2c. Mar. 13, 1909. 900 

ed. by John L. Lowes. New York, The 

Macmillan company, 1912. xiv, 157 p. front. 
24°. (The Tudor Shakespeare) 

© Dec. 4, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 5, 1912 ; A : 328691 ; 
Macmillan co., New Yox'k. 901 



All's well that ends well — Continued. 

ed. with notes by William J. Rolfe. Har- 
per's library ed. New York and London, Har- 
per & brothers, 1898. 188 p. front, illus. 12". 
(Shakespeare's complete works) 

© Harper & bros.. New York; 1898:32091, 
May 24 ; 2c. Jan. 13, 1899. 902 

an original sketch, by Billy B. Van. Type- 



written. 

© Mrs. and Mr. Lincoln, New York; 1898: 
66183, Nov. 12; Ic. Nov. 12. 903 



— with a special introduction by Andrew 
Lang and an original frontispiece by Dudley 
Hardy. [The University press Shakespeare. 
Renaissance ed.] New York, George D. 
Sproul, 1907. xxiii, 134 p. front. 4°. (The 
complete works of William Shakespeare, with 
annotations and a general introduction by Sid- 
ney Lee. V. 5) 

© University press, Cambridge, Mass.; A: 
174174. Apr. 16, 1907; 2c. Apr. 16, 1907. 904 



(Shakespeare's comedy of); ed. with notes 

bv William J. Rolfe. New York, Harper Sr 
brothers, 1881. 180 p. front, illus. 16". 

© Harper & bros.. New York; 1881:2665. 
Feb. 21 ; 2c. Mar. 15. 905 

Same. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Amer- 
ican book company [1905] 232 p. incl. front., 
illus. 16". 

© 'William J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass.; A: 
111764, Mar. 18, 1905; 2c. Apr. 14, 1905. 906 

Same. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Amer- 
ican book company [1909] 2 p. 1., [9]-188 p. 
front., illus. 16°. 

© William J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from Feb. 21, 1909; A: 
228505, Jan. 20, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 20, 1909. 907 

See also Serenade (The).— Shakespeare's 

w^orks. 

All's well that ends well at Hartwell; by S. F. 
Morris. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Samuel Frederick INIorris, New York; D: 
7743, Dec. 8, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1906. 908 

All's well with the maids; play in 3 acts, bj 
R. Sayler. 153 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1912; D: 30476; Roy Sayler, 
Chicago. 909 

All Scotch; tartan revue in 5 scenes, by Harry 
Grattan [pseud, of H. W. Plunkett] 34 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

'© Ic. Apr. 26. 1915 : D : 40939 ; Henry Wil- 
loughby Plunkett, London. 909a 

All sorts; a musical farce comedy, written and 
compo.sed by P. Gaunt. 

© Percy Gaunt, New York ; 1895 : 2«5n5, 
May 27. 910 



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931 



All sorts and conditions of men; a play in 3 
acts, by T. Reets. 4". Typewritten. 

© Tenaj Reets, England; D : 205S, June 27, 
1902; 2c. June 27, 1902. 911 

All stars; or, A manager's trials, farce in 1 
act, by O. E. Young. Cbicago, Dramatic pub. 
CO., 1907. 15 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago; D: 12018, 
Dec. 31, 1907; 2c. Dec. 31, 1907. 912 

All tang'led up; a farcical comedy In 3 acts, by 
CliJirles Townsend. Boston, W. H. Baker & 
CO., 1903. 42 p. 16°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D:4275. 
Nov. 20, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. G, 1904. 913 

All that glitters; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
by P. H. McCaigue. 112 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Philip Henry McCaigue, Marblehead, 
Mass.; D : 13904, Sept. 22, 190S; 2c, Oct. 5. 
1908. 914 

All that g'litters is not gold; or, The poor girl's 
diary, a comic drama in 2 acts, by Thomas and 
J. M. Morton. New American ed., correctly 
re-printed from the original authorized acting 
ed. New York, H. Roorbach. 

© Harold Roorbach, New York ; 1889 : 37517, 
Dec. 9: 2c. Dec. 14. 915 

All that matters; play in 4 acts, by C, McEvoy. 
138 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1911; D: 23293; Charles Mc- 
Evoy, London, 916 
All the comforts of home; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by W. Gillette. New York, Harold Roorbach. 
© William Gillette, New York ; 1897 : 22817, 
Apr. 12 ; 2c. Oct. 11. 917 

All the rage; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by W. 
D. Eaton. 

© William D. Eaton, Chicago; 1878:837, 
Jan. 18. 918 

All the to-morrows shall be as to-day; vaude- 
ville sketch, by M. King. 6 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic, Oct. 19, 1914 ; D : 38537 ; Mayme King, 
Buffalo. 918a 

All the way you look at it; a drama in 4 acts, 
by L. J. L. Stilwell. 64 p. f°. Typewritten, 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 12088, Jan. 3, 1908; 2c. Apr, 28, 1908. 919 

All the world's a stage; a monologue, by E, A. 
Woolf. 11 p. 4°, Typewritten, 

© Edgar Allan Woolf, New York; D : 8310, 
Apr, 9, 1906 ; -2c. Apr. 10, 1906. 920 

All the year round; a series of entertainments 
for every month in the year, by Harriette 
Wilbur. Boston, W, H, Baker & co., 1909. 
97 p. 12°, 

© Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston ; D : 15929, 
May 13, 1909; 2c. June 29, 1909. 921 

All through Steele. See O'Connor's oath. 



All to smash; play in 1 act, by M. E. Pesnel, 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Seiit. 27. 1911; D: 25331; Maximillian 
Edwin Pesnel, Brooklyn. 922 

All upset; by Robert C, V, Meyers, 

© Lyceum pub. co,, Philadelphia ; 1898 : 
73710. Dec. 17; 2c, Dec, 21. 923 

All wrong; original playlet in 1 act, by H, Sel- 
man. 15 p, 4°, Typewritten, 

© Ic, May 14, 1914; D : 37035 ; Harold Sel- 
man, Jersey City. 923a 

playlet, by H. Rempel. 13 p. 4°. Type- 



written, 

© Ic. June 8, 1915 ; D : 40983 ; Harriet Rem- 
pel, New York. 923b 

Alladine and Palomides; by Maurice Maeter- 
linck [in 5 acts] tr. by the editors [of Poet- 
lore] {In Poet-lore, v. 7, nos. 6-7. June-July, 
1895; periodical © Poet-lore co,, Philadelphia, 
1895:12425) 924 

See also Plays (The) of Maurice Maeter- 



linck. 

Allan Quartermain; a spectacular drama in 4 
acts, by M. Booth. 

© jNIarion Booth, New York ; 1887 : 19030, 
July 23. 925 

or. The children of the Sun, operatic drama 

in 4 acts, libretto by G. B. Densmore, music 
by Alfred A. Batkin and T. Havermeyer 
Northrup. San Francisco, Batkin & Northrup. 

© Batkin & Northrup, San Francisco ; 1887 : 
27924, Oct. 28. 926 

or, The sun worshippers, a spectacular 



operatic drama in 5 epochs, written by I, 
Tyrrell. 

© Inigo Tyrrell, San Francisco; 1887; 



29047, Nov. 9; 2c. Nov. 9. 



927 



Allatoona; an historical military drama in 5 
acts, by Judson Kilpatrick and J. O. Moore, 

© J. Owen Moore, Washingtonville, N. Y. ; 
1876 : 395, Jan. 8 ; 2c. Jan. 12. 928 

a play in 4 acts, by S, H. M. Byers. 122 

p. 12°. 

© Samuel H. M. Byers, Des Moines; D: 
7688, Dec. 6, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 18, 1905. 929 

Allegory of the sun god; in 4 acts, by R, Craig, 
jr. 

© Robert Craig, jr., Jersey City; 1873: 
8837, Aug, 4 ; 2c. Oct. 29. 930 

Allene Gilbraith; a drama, by H. H. Gardener. 
Act 4. Typewritten. 

© Helen H. Gardener, New York ; 1900 A : 
3401, Feb. 6; 2c, Jan. 22. 931 

Allen's farewell. See Manchester (The) mar- 
tyrs. 



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947 



Alles fiir die firma; lustspiel in 3 akten, von 
M. Hennequin und G. Mitchell. Berlin, 
Biihnenverlag Ahn & Simrock. 68 p. 8". 

© Ic. June 29, 1912 ; D : 30126 ; Buhnenver- 
lag Alan & Simrock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 932 

Alles mobil; lustspiel in 3 akten, von Wilbeliu 
Jacoby und Hans Linck. Berliu-Wilmersdorf, 
Felix Blocli erben, 1914. 3 p. 1., 68 p. 8". 

© Ic. Nov. 14, 1914 ; D : 38809 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 932a 

Alles um geld; ein stiick, von Herbert Eulen- 
berg. Leipzig, E. Rowohlt verlag, 1911. 92 p. 
8". 

© Sept. 15. 1911; 2c. Sept. 11, 1911; D: 
25180; Ernst Rowohlt, Leipzig. 933 

Alley (The) L. See Girl (A) detective. 

Alliance (The) of millions; 3 act drama, by H. 
H. Peck. 56 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 29, 1910; D: 22178; Harry H. 
Peck, Boston. 934 

Allida; or. The lioness in the lamb skin, a 
play in 4 acts, by T. Davis. 

© Thomas Davis, New York; 1884:13719, 
July 5. 935 

Allie; by M. Mawlette. 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mona Mawlette, New York; D : 14556. 

Dec. 17, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 17, 1908. 936 

Allies; play in 1 act, by A. F. Hopkins. 14 p. 
4°. Tyi>ewritten. 

© Ic. May 8, 1915; D : 40602 ; Alfred F. 
Hopkins, Bethesda, Md. 936a 

Alligator (The); comedy farce in 3 acts, by A. 
T. Oakes. 

© A. T. Oakes, New York; 1890:33125. 
Oct. 24. 937 

Allison's lad, and other martial interludes; 
being six 1 act dram;is, by Beulah Marie Dix. 
New York, Plenry Holt & co., 1910. 214 p. 
12°. 

Contents. — Allison's lad. — The hundredth 
trick. — The weakest link. — The snare and the 
fowler. — The captain of the gate. — The dark 
of the drwn. 

© Feb. 11, 1910; 2c. Feb. 14, 1910; D: 
201S2; Henry Holt & co.. New York. ^ 938 

Allotting the bride. See Game (A) of chance. 

Allright (The) girl; play in 2 acts, by Paul 

Ki'ye [pseud, of Paul Koester] 36 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 1914; D: 39303; Paul Koes- 
ter, London. 938a 

Allrightnikes (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by 
Abraham S. Schonier. 80 p. 8". Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1910; D: 20920; David Kess- 
ler and Max R. Wilner, New York. 939 



Alma; or. Held in bondage, a drama in 3 acts, 
founded upon Ouida's novel Held in bondage, 
by F. Marsden [pseud, of W. A. Sliver] 

© Fred Marsden, New York; 1871:3443, 
Apr. 17. 940 

Alma (El) de Garibay; revista fantdstica en 1 
acto, dividido en 5 cuadros en colores y 1 en 
negro, original, libro y musica de Enrique 
Garcia Alvarez, Antonio Lopez Monis y 
maestro Barrera. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles, 1914. 44 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40078; E. Garcia Alvarez y A. Lopez Monls. 
Madrid. . 940a 

Alma (El) del querer; sainete andaluz en 1 
acto, dividido en 3 cuadros, original de P. 
Perez Fernandez, mtisica de los maestros 
Vives y Barrera Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles, 1910. 47 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 29, 1910 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1910 ; D : 22426 ; 
P. Pei'ez Fernandez, Madrid. 941 

Alma grande. 

© Maria Christina Mena, New York; D: 
15608, Apr. 8, 1909. 942 

Alma mater; college comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by E. A. Aisenstadt. 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1909 ; D : 16994 ; Esek Albert 
Aisenstadt, Chicago. 943 

^8 act play, by S. H. Picchianti. 75 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 10, 1912; D: 31101; Silvio H. 

Picchianti, New York. 944 

or, The Georgetown centennial and other 



dramas, by M. S. Pine [pseud, of Sister Mary 
Paulina Finn] Washington, Georgetown visi- 
tation convent, 1913. 254, [2] p. 8°. 

© May 31, 1913; 2c. June 4, 1913; A: 
346852; Munder-Thomsen co., Baltimore. 

945 

Alma (El) muerta; tragedia en 3 actos, original 
de A. Guimeni. tr. del Catalan por L. Via. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1913. 
72 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914: D: 
36514 ; Angel Guimerd y Luis Via, Madrid. 

945a 

Alma otrera; entrem§s en verso original, de J. 
Hnete Ordoiiez. Madrid. Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1909. 19 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17474; J. Huete Ordonez, Madrid. 946 

Alma's growing old. See King Midas' secret. 

Alma, the encumbrance; a play in 3 acts, by 
Edith Oakenfull. 4°. Typewritten. 

© E. Oakenfull, Brooklyn ; D : 5682, Oct. 21, 
1904; 2c. Nov. 8, 1904. 947 



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970 



Alma, where do you live? in 3 acts, by G. V. 
Hobart. 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© le. Sept. 12. 1910; D: 22034; George V. 
Hobart, Pelham Manor, N. II. 948 

Almanac (The); a musical farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by W. D. Marine. 

© Will D. Marine, Indianapolis; 1890: 
12929, Apr. 19. 949 

Almanzor; a tragedy in 5 acts, by W. D. Fox. 

© W. D. Fox, Murfreesboro, Tenn. ; D : 1651, 

Mar, 26, 1902. 950 

Almas bohemias; coniedia lirica en 1 acto y 3 
cuadros, en prosa, original de J. Romeo y Sauz, 
mfisica del maestro San Felipe. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles, 1911. 47 p. 12°. 
© Ang. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25050; Jose Romeo y Sauz, Madrid. 951 

Almas distintas; zarzuela dramfitica en 1 acto 
y 3 cuadros, libro de V. de la Vega, mtisica del 
maestro Padilla. INIadrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1911. 43 p. 12°. 

© May 26, 1911; 2c. May 27, 1911; D: 
24311 ; Ventura de la Vega, Madrid. 952 

Almas grandes; comedia lirica, en 1 acto, 
dividido en 3 cuadros, en verso, original de F. 
Madrigal Alvaro, musica de los maestros San 
Jose y BrU. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles, 1910. 42, [1] p. 12°. 

© Sept. 6, 1910 ; 2c. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 21962 ; 
Francisco Madrigal Alvaro, Madrid. 953 

Alma's return; play of to-day in 1 act and 2 
scenes, by J. Lait. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 10, 1914; D: 39059; Jack Lait, 
Chicago. 953a 

Almighty (The) dollar; a play in 5 acts. 

© Henry Markinfield Addey, New York; 
1874 : 6358, May 9. 954 

play in 1 act, by T. Dixon. 22 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 23, 1912; D: 29464; Thomas 
Dixon, New York. 955 

See also All (The) mighty dollar. 



Almost — Continued. 

a dnimatic gem, by F. L. Whittier. 9 p. 



f°. 



Almira; a drama in 5 acts and 7 scenes, by F. 
;M. Franklin. 

© Frank M. Franklin, New York; 1892: 
25099, June 15. 956 

Almond (The) blossom; a 1 act play, by F. S. 
Hughes. 

© Frederic S. Hughes, New York ; D : 4538, 
Dec. 16, 1903. 957 



Almost; drama in 5 acts, by I 
written. 

© Lillian Lester, Minneapolis 
Jan. 16; 2c. Mar. 10. 



Lester. Type- 
1893 : 3 



^5S6, 
958 



Typewritten. 

© Frank Ti. Whittier, Cambridge, Mass. ; D : 
15705, Apr. 24, 1909; 2c. Apr. 24, 1909. 959 

a playlet, by Herbert Erman. 22 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© H. Erman, Cleveland; D : 9664, Dec. 19. 
1906 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1906. 960 

Almost a baroness; comedy-drama in 4 acts, by 
B. p:yferth. 

© Bruno Eyferth, Duluth, Minn.; 1898: 
15732, Mar. 7 ; 2c. Apr. 8. 961 

Almost a detective; a play in 1 act, by Charlie 
Harowitz. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© IC: July 3, 1912 ; D : 30170 ; Al. Fyne and 
Carl Goe, New York. 962 

Almost a hero; comedy playlet, by O. J. Hartley. 
12 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Julv 16, 1909; D: 16333; Ora J. Hart- 
ley, Brazil, Ind. 963 

a farce comedy in 1 act and 3 scenes, by C. 

Kelly. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1914; D : 38851 ; Claud Kelly, 
Los Angeles. 963a 

Almost a life; a drama in 6 tableaux, from the 
French, by E. Henderson. 

© Ettie Henderson, New York; 1878:3711, 
Mar. 28. 964 

Same. Author's copy. New York, 1878. 

© Ettie Henderson, New York; 1878: 14146. 
Dec. 3 ; 2c. Dec. 3. 965 

Almost a marchioness; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by J. H. Havlin. 

© John H. Havlin, Cincinnati ; 1885 : 14474, 
July 6. 966 

Almost a millionaire; comedy skit, by Harry A. 
Usher. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 24, 1914 ; D : 37393 ; John Walter 
Usher, Jersey City. 966a 

Almost a queen. 

© Lottie C. Park, Los Angeles; D: 10182, 
Mar. 20, 1907. 967 

Same. 43 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Lottie C. Park, Los Angeles; D : 9967, 
Feb. 14, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 4, 1907. 968 

Almost a tragedy. 

© Edwin B. Pope, Schrewsbury Park, Mo. ; 
D : 10173, Jun 20, 1909. 969 

Sec also Eternal (The) feminine. 

Almost an alderman; 1 act comedy, by A. 
Singer. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1911; D: 25429; Alex. Singer, 
Otisville, N. Y. 970 



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Almost an elopement; comedy sketch, by J. 
Ferrar. 15 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 31, 1910 ; D : 22450 ; Jules Ferrar, 
New York. 971 

Almost married; farce-comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
J. Green. 35 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 22, 1911; D: 23717; Howard J. 
Green, San Francisco. 972 

Almost persuaded; by R. B. Kegerreis. 14 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Robert B. Kegerreis, Richland, Pa. ; D : 
10146, Mar. 15, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 15, 1907. 973 

Almost ready; sketch in 1 act, by F. Wallace. 
IS p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1911; D : 23241 ; Frederick 
Wallace, New York. 974 

Aloe (The); play in 1 act, by K. C. Beale. 12 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 7. 1915; D : 40871 ; Katharine 
C. Beale, Washington. 974a 

Aloha oe (Farewell to thee); Hawaiian ro- 
mance in 1 act, by U. B. Wainwright, jr. 9 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 25, 1914 ; D : 36154 ; Dallas Bache 
Wainwright, jr., Washington. 974b 

Alone; a drama in 5 acts, by F. H. Nelson. 
© Frank H. Nelson, Baltimore ; 1872 : 2646, 
Mar. 18. 975 

phiy in 3 acts, by C. J. Rieder. 33 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10, 1911 ; D : 25742 ; C. J. Rieder, 
Cincinnati. 976 

a society drama in 3 acts and 6 tableaux. 



by G. Van Dee. 

© Grace A'an Dee, Philadelphia ; 1875 : 
4169. Apr. 27. 977 

Alone in a great city; a drama in 6 acts, by 
H. G. Clarke. 

© Henrv Gustavus Clarke, United States; 
1888 : 18918, July 2. 978 

written and constructed by L. Grover _^and 



L. Grover, jr. 

© Leonard Grover and Leonard Grover, jr.. 
United States ; 1887 : 2317, Jan. 29. 979 

Alone in Greater New York; a melodrama in 
4 acts, by John A. Fraser. Typewritten. 

© Flora M. Fraser, Chicago; 1899:10337, 
Feb. 3; 2c. Feb. 23. 980 

Alone in London; original and realistic modern 
drama in a prologue, 4 acts and 8 tableaux, 
by R. Buchanan. 

© Robert Buchanan, New York ; 1885 : 5164, 
Mar. 2. 981 



Alone in New York; an original melodrama in 
4 acts, by Scott Marble and Frank Harvey. 

© Thomas H. Davis and William T. Keogh, 
New York ; 1896 : 41125, July 15 ; 2c. July 14. 

982 

Alone in the world; a 4 act melodrama, by 
Owen Davis. 

© Charles B. Goes, Chicago; D : 1303, Jan. 
10, 1902. 983 

See also Adele, the saleslady. 

Along came Ruth; comedy in 3 acts, adapted by 
Holman Day. from the French La demoiselle 
de magasin, by Fonson and Wicheler. 89 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1914; D : 36275 ; Henry W. 
Savage, inc.. New York. 983a 

Along the Kennebec; a rural comedy in 4 acts, 
by Eunice Fitch. Tjijewritten. 

© Reno and Curtis, New York ; 1899 : 19138, 
Mar. 14; 2c. Mar. 14. 984 

Along' the levee; by H. B. Lewis. 8 p. 4°. 
Tn^ewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 30, 1909 ; D : 17232 ; H. B. Lewis. 
Muskegon, Mich. 985 

Along the Missouri; by Harry Van Demark. 
Philadelphia, Penn publishing co., 1909. 65 p. 
12". 

© Nov. 30. 1909 : 2c. Dec. 6. 1909 ; D : 17626 : 
Penn pub. co.. Philadelphia. 986 

Along the Mohawk; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by H. H. Para more and Nelson Lewis. 

© James L. Class, Chicago; D : 1949, Jan, 
18, 1902. 987 

Along the Potomac; sketch in 3 scenes, adapted 
and arr. by J. F. Luitich. 

© John F. Luitich, Galveston, Tex. ; 1900 A : 
22016, Sept. 4. 988 

Along the Rialto. 9 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Alice Marcus, New York; D : 11778, Nov. 
20, 1907; 2c. Nov. 20, 1907. 989 

Along the Wabash. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Bobbv Fountain, Clinton, Mo.; D : 2574, 
Nov. 10, 1902; 2c. Nov. 10, 1902. 990 

comedy drama, by T. Dreisser. 

© Theodore Dreisser, New York; 1895: 
29743, June 3. 991 

Alonzo's letter; a monologue for a lady in 1 
scene, by Charles Barnard. New York, E. S. 
Werner,' 1897. 

© Edgar S. Werner. New York; 1896: 
56479, Oct. 12; 2c. Nov. 9. 992 

Alonzus Dabble, Esq.; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. N. Fort. 

© John Neil Fort, West Philadelphia, Pa.; 
1871 : 11357, Dec. 1. 993 



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DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



1013 



Alpenkonig- und menschenfeind. See Rappel- 
kopf. 

Alpha and omega; ji romantic drama in 4 acts, 
by H. Williams. 

© Hayes Williams, Chicago ; D : 468, May 
15, 1901. 994 

Alpha Edison's hundredth birthday; by J. M. 
Clarke and M. Delano. 17 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Josephine M. Clarke and Mortimer De- 
lano, United States; D : 12S76, May 1, 190S; 
2c. May 25, 1908. 995 

Alphonse and Gaston; a comedy in 3 acts. 
Typewritten. 

© D. E. Lester co.. New York ; D : 1381, Jan. 
31, 1902; 2c. May 7, 1902. 996 

a farce-comedy, by Fi-ank Dumont. New 

York, The Empire city job print, 1902. 27 p. 
8°. 

© Gus Hill, New York ; D : 1636, Mar. 22, 
1902; 2c. May 12, 1902. 997 

a farcial comedy in 3 acts, by Frank Du- 



mont. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Hill, New York; D : 1424, Feb. 10, 
1902; 2c. Mar. 25, 1902. 998 

3 act comedy. 

© Charles B. Goes, Chicago; D : 1456, Feb. 
17, 1902. 999 

Alphonsus, emperor of Germany; [by George 
Chapman] with introduction and notes by 
Herbert F. Schwarz. New York and London, 
G. P. Putnam's sons, 1913. xxxv, [4], 105 p. 
8°. 

© Mar. 14, 1913; 2c. Mar. 18, 1913; A: 
332840; Herbert F. Schwarz, % G. P. Put- 
nam's sons, New York. 1000 

Alpine (The) storm; spectacular extravaganza 
vaudeville sketch, by W. L. Ferris. 11 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© W. L. Ferris, New York; D : 15385, Mar. 
19, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 19, 1909. 1001 

Alpsburg; comic opera in 2 acts, by T. Stempfel, 
jr. 91 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1910; D: 20649; Theodore 
Stempfel, jr., Indianapolis. 1002 

Alroy; a romantic play in 4 acts, founded on 
D'Israeli's The wondrous tale of Alroy, by 
J. Templeton. New York, 1873. 

© John Templeton, New York ; 1873 : 9845. 
Sept. 2. 1003 

Als ich noch im fluegelkleide . . .; lustspiel 
in 4 aufziigeu, von Albert Kehm u. Martin 
Frehsee. Berlin-Charlottenburg, Biihnenvei'lag 
anstalt fiir aufCiihrungsrecht, g. m. b. h., 1914. 
96 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1914 ; D : 36878 ; Anstalt fiir 
auffiihruugsrecht dramatischer werke d. liter- 
atur u. musik, g. m. b. h., Charlottenburg, 
Germany. 1003a 



Als ich wiederkam; lustspiel in 3 aufziigen, von 
Oscar Blumenthal und Gustav Kadelburg. 
New York, I. Goldmaun, 1899. 96 p. 8°., 

© Heinrich Conried, New York ; 1899 : 
79455, Dec. 7 ; 2c. Jan. 10, 1900. 1004 

Alsace; piece en 3 actes, par G. Leroux et L. 
Camille. 30 p. (In La petite illustration, no. 
2.— 8 mars. 1913, serie theatre — no. 1) 

© Mar. 8, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 31, 1913 ; D : 32786 ; 
Gaston Leroux et Lucien Camille, Paris. 1005 

playlet in 1 act, by C. M. Bruno. 4 p. t". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 15, 1915; D: 39408; Charles M. 
Bruno, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 1005a 

Alsace and Loraine; or, The barter of a soul 
for an hour's happiness to Zamiel the black 
prince of hell. 3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lsabelle Lowe, Chicago ; D : 2325, Sept. 13, 
1902; 2c. Sept. 27, 1902. 1006 

Alshohada (The martyrs to love and country) ; 
drama in 1 act, by H. F. Lane. 8 p. f". 
Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Oct. 8, 1913 ; D : 34657 ; Helen F. Lane, 
San Francisco. 1007 

Alt Heidelberg; schauspiel in 5 aufziigen, von 
Wilhelm Meyer-Forster. 

© Emanuel Lederer, New York ; D : 2640, 
Nov. 22, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 12, 1902. 1008 

Alt-nevie (Die) welt. See Weg (Der) zu licht. 

Alt-Potsdam; oder, Die erste eisenbahn; oder, 
Dem vergniigen der einwohnei', heimat- und 
liederspiel, von Axel Delmar; musik von Wal- 
ter von Simon. Potsdam, A. W. Hayn's erben 
(Curt Gerber), 1914. 100 p. 12°. 

© May 23, 1914; Ic. Sept. 26, 1914; D: 
3S325; Biihnenverlag Ahn & Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 1008a 

Altar (The); 1 act play, by C. Rakestraw. 
21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Chauncey Rakestraw, New York ; D : 
6656, May 11, 1905; 2c. May 4, 1905. 1009 

Altar (The) fire; or, A woman of character; 
or, A woman's honor, an American tragedy, 
by E. W. Fish. 

© Everett W. Fish, Chicago; 1878:7446. 
June 24. 1010 

Altar (The) of duty; a picture in 1 panel, by M. 
Bayly. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 23, 1910 ; D : 21870 ; Monte Bayly, 
London. 1011 

Altar (The) of love; an Egyptian tragedy, by A. 
Lanston. Typewritten. 

© Aubrey Lanston, Washington ; 1897 : 
16714, Mar. 11; Ic. Mar. 11. 1012 

Altar (The) of Mammon. 

© Lottie Blair Parker, Thomaston, N. Y. ; 
1900 A: 13061, May 24. 1013 



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1034 



Altar of riches; comedy of American finance in 
4 acts, by Cbarles Ulrich. Chicago, T. S. Den- 
ison. 79 p. 16". 

© Sept. 27, 1909; 2c. Sept. 29. 1909; D: 
16953; T. S. Denison, Chicago. 1014 

Altar of Urauia; play in 3 acts, by W. T. Nash. 
104 p. Typewritten. 

i© Ic. Oct. 19, 1909 ; D : 17144 ; W. T. Nash, 
Chicago. 1015 

Alte burschenherrlichkeit; studenten-operette 
in 3 akten, text von Karl Biberfeld, musik von 
Ludwig Heidingsfeld. Berlin [etc.], Verlag 
von A. Ahn. 55 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 2, 1910; 2c. Feb. 18, 1910; D: 20228; 
Albert Ahn, Cologne, Germany. 1016 

Alte (Die) gnaedig'e; schauspiel in 5 aufziigen, 
von Gustav Wied. Berlin [etc.], A. Juncker 
[1908] 2 p. L, 119 p. 12°. 

© Axel Juncker, Berlin ; D : 14055, Oct. 14, 
1908; 2c. Oct. 14, 1908. 1017 

Alte (Das) heim; lustspiel in 3 akten, von Gus- 
tav Esmann, deutsch von I. Jakob Anders. 
Berlin, Vita, deutsches verlagshaus [1907] 
99 p. 12". 

© Vita, deutsches verlagshaus, Berlin ; D : 
10435, Apr. 26, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 26, 1907. 1018 

Alte (Das) lied in dur; tragodie in 4 akten, von 
Carl Erich Behrens. 2. aufl. [Hamburg] Vei'- 
lagsgesellschaft Hamburg m. b. h., 1912. 83 
p. 8°. 

© Jan. 30, 1912 ; 2c. Mar. 11, 1912 ; D : 28993 ; 
Verlagsgesellschaft Hamburg m. b. h., Ham- 
burg, Germany. 1019 

Alter ego. 

© Eileen F. Seymour, Boston ; D : 15745, 
Apr. 30, 1909. 1020 

a comedy drama in 4 acts, by Hiram [pseud. 

of W. J. Ferguson] 

© W. J. Ferguson, Brooklyn; 1882:15056, 
Sept. 11. 1021 

comedy in 3 acts, adopted from the Ger- 
man, by A. De Prosse. 

© Angelo De Prosse, Chicago; 1895:30784, 
June 10; 2c. June 10. 1022 

Alternative (The) ; or. The blunders of Backus, 
comedy-drama in 3 acts, by W. M. Day. [4], 
91 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 8, 1912; D: 29308; William M, 
Day, Cincinnati. 1023 

Althaea Surratt; or, The loss to a nation by 
the freak of a fool; or. Why Lincoln was 
killed, a tragedy in 4 acts, by T. Davis. 

© Thomas Davis, New York ; 1885 : 5762, 
Mar. 9. 1024 



Althea; a play in 4 acts, by E. L. Masters. Chi- 
cago, The Rooks press, 1907. 155 p. 12°. 

© Edgar Lee Masters, Chicago; D : 9998, 
Feb. 20, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1907. 1025 

a romantic comic opera in 3 acts, libretto by 



Wm. Caroline and John J. Flynn, music by 
K. S. Poppen. 

© R. S. Poppen, St. Louis; 1889:27651, 
Sept. 10; 2c. Oct. 10. 1026 

or, A trip to Mars, operatic extravaganza 



[by] F. E. Cosby. 

© Frank E. Cosby, Richmond; 1898:8068, 
Jan. 27. 1027 

Althoug'h he seemed to fail; play in 3 acts, by 
L. M. Meyer. [1], 69 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 20, 1914 ; D : 37623 ; Leta Moore 
Meyer, Benson, Neb. 1027a 

Alto! y alojamiento; juguete c6mico-lfrico en 1 
acto, dividido en 2 cuadros [de] S. Maria 
Granes y F. Bello, musica del maestro Hipo- 
lito Rodriguez. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1909. 35 p. 8°. 

© Salvador Maria Gi'anes y Florencio Bello. 
Madrid ; D : 16124, June 23, 1909 ; 2c. June 23, 
1909. 1028 

Altruist (The); comedy in 3 acts, by V. Page. 
[6], 31 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 16, 1910; D: 22573; Vivian Page, 
New York. 1029 

Altruists (The); play in 1 act, by F. G. Powell. 
20 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1915 ; D : 39516 ; Francis Giles 
Powell, Boston. 1029a 

Alumni (The) play; a farce in 1 act, by Clara 

Plarriet Sherwood. New York, T. H. French. 

© T. H. French, New York; 1891:42778, 

Nov. 30; 2c. Dec. 2. 1030 

Alvin Gray; or, The sailor's return, a comic 
opera in 3 acts, written and composed by C. A. 
White. 

© C. A. White, Boston ; 1882 : 8470, May 24. 

1031 

Alvin Joslin; a sensational character comedy in 
4 acts, by C. L. Davis. 

© Charles L. Davis, New York ; 1879 : 11818, 
Sept. 5. 1032 

Alvina; or, A g'amfcler's crime, a sensational 
drama in 4 acts, by J. Jnrow. 

© Joseph Jarow, United States; 1881: 
13044, Aug. 24. 1033 

Alvira Slimmins; a comedy in 4 acts, adapted 
fi-oni Miss Slimmins' window, by M. Truleigh. 
Ms. 

© Mary Truleigh, California; 1882:9943, 
June 17 ; 2c. June 24. 1034 



5379—15- 



49 



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1054 



Alvise; a tragedy in 3 acts, by P. Brandreth. 
100 p. 12°. 

<c) Paulina Brandreth. Ossining, N. Y. ; A: 
142536, Apr. 6, 1906; Ic. Mar. 31, 1906; Ic. 
Apr. 6, 1900. 1034a 

Always; playlet in 1 act, by M. Sackolsky. 6 p. 
f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 6, 1913; D: 34434; Malvano 
Sackolsky, New York. 1035 

Always on hand; or. The outlaw's retreat, a 
play illustrating western life in 5 acts, by I. 
Epstein. 

© Isaac Epstein, New York; 1879:3050, 
Mar. 5. 1036 

Always ridiculed; tr. from a Spanish play, by 
Jose Echegaray entitled Siempre en ridiculo. 
152 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Cornelia Baker, Chicago ; D : 10557, May 
13, 1907; 2c. May 13, 1907. 1037 

Always the woman. 

© Samuel Shipman, New York; D : 14566, 
Dec. IS, 1908. 1038 

Am hochzeitsmorgen; posse in 3 aufziigen, von 
W. Bhimont. 

© Wilbelm Blamont, New York; 1895: 
29600, June 3. 1039 

Am I a Chinaman? by L. Sully and A. Kelcy. 

II, 36 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1910; D: 21274; Lew Sully 

and Alfred Kelcy, Chicago. 1040 

Am I your wife? a playette in 1 act, by Edmund 

Day. 21 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Gardner Crane, San Fi-ancisco ; D : 1872, 
May 12, 1902 ; 2c. May 12, 1902. 1041 

Am Rhein; romantische fantasie in 4 bildern, 
von Robert Wilhelm. musik von Paul Beck 
und R. I. Beck. 27 p. 4". Typewritten. 
[Text only] 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1914; D: 38526; Reinhold I. 
Beck, Hanover, Germany, 1041a 

Am wege; drama in 1 akt, von C. Ruge. Proof. 

© Clara Ruge, New York; D:7968, Feb. 9, 

1906 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 1906. 1042 

Amabel; or. A woman of to-day, play in 4 acts, 

by A. D. Hunt. [31, 123 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 7. 1910; D : 22S35; Anita Dunbar 

Hunt. New York. 1043 

Amalgam; drama of gold land in 4 acts, by 

S. Smith. 

© Sam Smith, San Francisco; 1878:14936, 
Dec. 20. 1044 

Amalg'amated babies; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. W. Goodrich, F. Ferguson and M. Sa- 
bine. [105] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 5, 1912; D: 28947; Henry W. 
Goodrich, Frank Ferguson and Martin Sabiue, 
New York. 1045 



Amalg'amator (The); a modern play dealing 
with frenzied finance and the system, by Wil- 
liam Anthony McGuire. 

© W. A. McGuire, New York; D : 11463, 
Oct. 5, 1907. 1046 

Amanda; play in 4 acts, by P. S. Morris. 4 v. 
4°. Typewritten. 

. © Ic. Dec. 12, 1913 ; D : 35314 ; Pauline Sey- 
mour Morris, New York. 1047 

Amanda Minton's dream; play in 3 acts. 40 p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1912 ; D : 29188 ; Herbert T. 
Strong and Charles L. Philhower, Chatham, 
N. J. 1048 

Amanda on No Petticoat Island; comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Mrs. B. A. Armstrong. 102 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 14, 1915; D: 40650; Mrs. B. A. 
Armstrong, Minneapolis. 1048a 

Amanda's spook; 1 act farce, by P. Wolff. 30 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 28, 1915, D : 40786 ; Perlita Wolff, 
New York. 1048b 

Amanecer; comedia en 3 actos y en prosa, origi- 
nal de G. Martinez Sierra. Madrid, Sociedad 
de autores espanoles, 1915. 86 p. 8°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41051 ; Gregorio Martinez Sierra, Madrid. 

1048c 

Amants (Les) de Ferrare. See Guilty (A) 
love. 

Amanuensis. 

© Franklin File, New York; 1887:6338, 
Mar. 17; 2c. Mar. 24. 1049 

Amaranth and Llewella, the squire's daugh- 
ters; by Kennieth Waldo Lloyd [pseud, of 
Mary Jane Lloyd Cotton]. [2], 98 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1911; D: 23274; Mary Jane 
Lloyd Cotton, Chicago. 1050 

Amaryl. 101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Andrew Amos, Des Moines ; D : 2732, Dec. 
18, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 18, 1902. 1051 

Amaryllis; or. Love and fate, a drama in 5 
acts, by A. M. Steele. 

© Asa M. Steele, Philadelphia ; 1897 : 48368, 
Aug. 28. 1052 

or, Mammon and gammon, an original 



comic opera in 2 acts, written by Harry B. 
Smith, composed by H. H. Thiele. 

© William Young, jr., Milwaukee; 1886: 
14464, June 24. 1053 

Amata, the vestal; a grand opera libretto in 3 
acts, by J. W. Mitchell. 

© John William Mitchell, Los Angeles; 
1892:47524, Nov. 22. 1054 



50 



1054a 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



1076a 



Amateur (An); play in 1 act, by C. A. Allen. 
8 p. f". Ms. 

I© Ic. July 8, 1914; D: 37498; Carroll A. 
Allen, Des Moines. 1054a 

Amateur anarchists; play in 1 act, by A. L. 
Bethel. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1909; D: 17195; Allan L. 
Betbel, St. Louis. 1055 

Amateur art carnival. 

© Henry Redington Browne, Fitchburg. 
Mass. ; 1887 : 3524, Feb. 14. 1056 

Amateur (The) benefit; a dramatic entertain- 
ment in 3 acts, by B. Howard. 

© Bronson Howard, United States; 1881: 
4873, Mar. 31. 105T 

Amateur burglar night; a twenty minute 
sketch, by P. A. Heege. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Philip A. Heege, New York; D: 13292, 
June 23, 1908 ; 2c. June 23, 1908. 1058 

Amateur (The) detective; an original farce in 2 
acts, by W. H. Cooper. 

© William Henry Cooper, Leechburgh, Pa.; 
1873:6622, June 13. 1059 

Amateur (The) lawyer; breach of promise, 
burlesque court, lovers in trouble, farce-com- 
edy, by E. S. Mitchell. Shelby, Neb., 1897. 

© Ensign S. Mitchell, Shelby, Neb.; 1897: 
63514, Nov. 13; 2c. Nov. 13. 1060 

Amateur night; a vaudeville monologue. f°. 
Typewritteu. 

© Irene Currie Love. Hamilton, Canada; 
D: 13722, Sept. 4, 1908; 2c. Sept. 4, 1908. 1061 

or, On Friday night, a vaudeville sketch, 

by A. J. Flynn. 

© Al. J. Flynn, Chicago; D : 12160, Jan. 11. 
1908. 1062 

Amateur night at the Bowery; a 1 act dramatic 
composition, by F. J. Beaman. 18 p. 8°. 
Tyjiewritten. 

© Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich.; D: 
11816, Nov. 16, 1907; 2c. Nov. 16, 1907. 1063 

Amateur night in New York; a comedy in 2 
acts, by W. H. Rudolph. 

© William H. Rudolph, New York; D: 
11974, Dec. 23, 1907. 1064 

Amateur (An) philanthropist; or, The mil- 
lionaire and the con-man. 28 p. 4". Type- 
writteu. 

© Aaron S. Hoffman, New York; D : 1956, 
May 31, 1902 ; 2c. May 31, 1902. 1065 

Amateur (The) phrenologists; a little comedy, 
by H. S. Drayton, illustrated by G. P. Hin- 
man. New York, Fowler & Wells co. (Human 
nature library, no. 22.) 

© Fowler & Wells co.. New York; 1893: 
26798, June 3. 1066 



Amateur pirate; dramatic composition, by E. M, 
Bennett. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1911 ; D : 24941 ; Edward Mil- 
ton Bennett, New York. 1067 

Amateur (An) princess; pathetic comedy sketch, 
1 act. 16°. Tj'pewritten. 

© Marcla Darrah Buchanan, Kansas City, 
Mo. ; D : 8987, Aug. 23, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 23, 1906. 

1068 
Amateur road agents. See Jack Sheppard and 
Joe Blueskin. 

Amateur (An) snap shot; or, Photographic 
blunders. Typewritten. 

© Anais Redin Moliere, San Francisco ; 1900 



A : 10423, Apr. 24 ; 2c. Apr. 3. 



1069 



Amateur (An) sport; comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; D : 11000, 
July 19, 1907. 1070 

Amateur (The) suffragists; play in 5 acts, by 
E. Fancher. [1], 51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1912; D: 31046; Edith Fan- 
cher, River Forest, 111. 1071 

Amateur (An) tragedy; farce in 1 act, by Isidor 
Toruberg. [2], 34 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 31, 1910 ; D : 21921 ; Samuel Torn- 
berg, New York. 1072 

Amateur (An) triumph; a comedietta in 1 act, 
by Paul P. Davis. Philadelphia, The Penn 
publishing company, 1895. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1895 : 39206, 



July 30; 2c. July 30. 



1073 



Amateurs (The); burlesque in 1 act, by Ray- 
mond M. Robinson. Philadelphia, Penn pub- 
lishing company, 1914. 17 p. 12°. 

© July 14, 1914 ; 2c. July 15, 1914 ; D : 37572 ; 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 1073a 

[2], 



comedy in 1 act, by R. M. Robinson. 

17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1913 ; D : 33273 ; Raymond M. 
Robinson, Maiden, Mass. 1074 

an original comedy in 2 acts, by C. Rose, jr. 

© Con Rose, jr.. United States; 1873:1551, 
Feb. 15. 1075 

or, Cupid vs. the stage, a dramatic sketch, 

by R. Peralta-Galindo. 23 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© R. Peralta-Galindo, Oakland, Cal. ; D: 
6415, Mar. 28, 1905 ; 2c. Mar. 28, 1905. 1076 

Amateur's (The) dream. See Uncle's picture 
on the wall. 

Amazing Amanda; play in 3 acts [by E. H. 
Sothern] 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 2, 1914 ; D : 38677 ; E. H. Sothern, 
Litchfield, Conn. 1076a 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



1099 



Amazing (An) Halloween; trick vaudeville 
sketch, by W. Haulou and Q. Kilby. 8 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1913; D: 32097; William 
Hanlou and Quincy Kilby, Boston. 1077 

Amazing (The) widow; romantic drama in 4 
acts, by L. H. Mitchell. 4 v. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1913; D : 34499 ; Lebbeus 
Horatio Mitchell, St. Paul. 1078 

Amazon (The) ; in 3 acts, by W. A. Ryan. Type- 
written. 

© William Aloysius Ryan, St. Louis ; D : 
36, Jan. 14, 1901 ; Ic. Jan. 14, 1901. 1079 

play in 4 acts, by S. E. Reynolds. [97] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 19, 1911; D: 23135; Seruah E. 
Reynolds, New York. 1080 

Amazon and the student; scenario, by A. Char- 
wate. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25. 1909 ; D : 17225 ; Arthur Char- 
wate, New York. 

Amazon (An) king; or, A dress rehearsal, a 
musical absurdity in 2 acts, by C. B. Cory. 
Boston, Alfred Mudge & son, 1893. 

© Charles B. Cory, Boston; 1893:41873, 
Sept. 16; 2c. Sept. 16. 1082 

Amazon (The) queen; a spectacular drama in a 
prologrue and 3 acts, by L. Vider, founded upon 
the French novel La Venus noir, by Adolphe 
Belot. 

© Louis Vider, New York ; 1882 : 5131, Apr. 
1 ; 2c. Apr. 5. 1083 

Amazonia; a musical comedy in 3 acts, libretto 
and lyrics by D. H. Day, and music by J. A. 
Morris, f". Typewritten. 

© David Henry Day and J. Arndt Morris, 
Duluth. Minn.; D : 1875, May 12, 1902; 2c. 
May 13, 1902. 1084 

Amazonian (The) corps; a drama of army life. 

© Linda W. Slaughtei', Bismark, N. D. ; 

1884 : 4465, Mar. 3. 1085 

Amazons (The); a farcical romance in 3 acts, 
by A. W. Pinero. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1895. 

© Arthur W. Pinero, London ; 1895 : 36642, 
July 15 ; 2c. July 31. 1086 

piny in 3 acts, by R. Cuno. 23 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1913; D: 32234; Roelants 
Cuno, New York. 1087 

Amazon's (An) love; a melodrama in 5 acts, 
by W. S. Bilbie. 

© Walter S. Bilbie, Ann Arbor ; 1885 : 25509, 
Dec. 5. 1088 



Amazons (The) of Castle Ursale; Sumner and 
Dinsmore's musical conceit in 3 acts, libretto 
by E. A. Sumner, music by L. Diusmore. 

© E. A. Sumner and Lon Dinsmore, Bos- 
ton ; 1886 : 1894, Jan. 23. 1089 

Ambassador (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by 
John Oliver Hobbes [pseud, of Mrs. Pearl 
Mary Teresa (Richards) Craigie] New York, 

• F. A. Stokes company, 1898. viii p., 2 1., 173 p. 
12°. 

© Frederick A. Stokes co.. New York; 
1898 : 60572, Oct. 15 ; 2c. Nov. 10, 1898. 1089a 

a comic opera libretto in 3 acts, by S. B. 

Alexander. Typewritten. 

© Sigmund B. Alexander, Boston; 1892: 
18373, Apr. 27 ; Ic. Apr. 27. 1090 

Ambassador (The) extraordinary; a musical 
farce in 3 acts, book by H. W. Yeager, Helen 
Beresford and T. Wefing, lyrics by H. Beres- 
ford, music by T. Wefing. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Harry W. Yeager, Helen B. Ford and 
Theodore F. Wefing, New York; D : 6350, Mar. 
10, 1905; 2c. Mar. 1, 1905. 1091 

Ambassador's (The) daughter; or. Humanity 
and politics, drama in 4 acts, by A. Goldknopf. 

© Abraham Goldknopf, New York; D: 
11704, Nov. 8, 1907. 1092 

Ambassador's (The) ward; a comedy, by Eliza- 
beth Ronele [pseud, of E. E. Witherspoon] 

© Eleanor Elizabeth Witherspoon, Wash- 
ington ; D : 15356, Mar. 16, 1909. 1093 

Ambassadress (The) decides; play in 5 acts, by 
J. R. Mann. [1], 93 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1913; D: 33750; J. Rexford 
Mann, New York. 1094 

Amber, a daughter of Bohemia; a drama in 5 
acts, by E. C. Thayer. 

© Ella Cheever Thayer, Boston; 1883: 
25293, Dec. 31. 1095 

Ambidexter (The) of Milan; a play in 5 acts, 
by A. L. Adams. 

© Andrew Lemuel Adams, New York ; 1890 : 
25720, Aug. 19. 1096 

Ambition. 4°. Typewritten. 

© luternntl. copyright bureau, ltd., London ; 
D : 6017, Jan. 6, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 0, 1905. 1097 

a comedy, by G. Haas. 

© Gustavus Haas, New York; 1874:13113, 
Oct. 22. 1098 

comedy-drama in 1 act, by J. L. Swift and 

Robert B. Howatson. [3], 11 p. f". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1910 : D : 22169 ; J. Lionel 
Swift and R. Bryce Howatson, San Fran- 
cisco. 1099 



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COPYETGHTED IN THE UlSriTED STATES 



1122 



Ambition- — Continued. 

comedy in 1 act, by C. Moore. 17 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 24, 1911; D: 24276; Carlyle 

Moore, New York, 1100 

comedy in 3 acts, by A. Corbett. 

© Adolplie Corbett, New York ; 1891 : 2577. 
Jan. 17. 1101 

a drama in 5 acts, by L. Natbal. 

© Louis Natbal, New York; 1885:26499. 
Dec. 16. 1102 



— a drama of political life, by H. R. Durant. 
151 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Harold R. Durant, Waterbury, Conn.; D: 
13440; July 30. 1908; 2c. July 30, 1908. 1103 

— -a 4 act drama, by J. Mauldin. 

© Jane Mauldin, New York; 1894:48915, 
Oct. 19. 1104 

— in 3 acts, by M. H. Manning, music by Ber- 



nadette F. Morreau. 

© M. H. Manning, Portland, Me.; 1900 A: 
31105, Dec. 24. 1105 

modern drama in 4 acts, by W. A. Hayes. 

[73] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1914; D: 37856; William 
Alois Hayes, Philadelphia. 1105a 

play in 3 acts, by Helen Faustina. [3], 98 p. 

4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1913 ; D : 32850 ; John F. Flagg, 
Brooklyn. 1106 

society drama in 5 acts, bv H. Wayne Ellis, 

rev. by F. H. James. [2], 101 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 28, 1913; D : 33651 ; Fred H. 
James, New York. 1107 

tragedy in 4 acts, by A. W. Powell. 61 p. 

f. Typewritten. 

© Alma Webster Powell, Brooklyn ; D : 
8911, Aug. 3, 1906; 2e. July 27. 1906. 1108 

by J. W. Holleubeck. 



© Jerome W. IloUenbeck, Dixon, Ilk ; 1875 : 
5854, June 5. 1109 



Ambition 
Purim. 



in Whitechapel. See Power of 



Ambition (The) of Marjorie; a play in 4 acts, 
by J. Cumberland. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John Cumberland, Mavwood, N. J. ; D : 
11127, Aug. 3, 1907 ; 2c. July 5, 1907. 1110 

Ambition (The) of Sarah. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Eleanore I. Mulholland, Long Island, N. 
Y ; D : 5471, Aug. 22, 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 4, 1904. 

1111 

Ambition's curse. See Estelle. 



Ambition's end; tragedian act, bv A. J. Price. 
[1], 2 p. r. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1914; D: 36579; Arthur J. 
Price, New York. 1111a 

Ambition's victim; or. The swallows, a sensa- 
tional play in 5 acts, by T. McKeon. Phila- 
delphia. 

© Thomas McKeon, United States; 1882: 
15118, Sept. 12. 1112 

Ambitious (The) French maid; musical comedy 
sketch, by Z. de Nemeth. 6 p. f. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1911; D: 25579; Zoltan de 
Nemeth, New York. 1113 

Ambitious Jean Bishop; comedy in 4 acts, by 
S. D. Gaspers, ill p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb, 3, 1913 ; D : 32174 ; Sebastian D. 
Gaspers, Chicago. 1114 

Ambitious (The) Mrs. St. Clair. See Wild 
rose. 

Ambitious (The) model; by A. Yarington. 

© Adeline Yarington, New York ; 1895 : 
15443, Mar. 18. 1115 

Ambrose; a play in 4 acts, by M. R. McSpadden. 

© Marrvot R. McSpadden, Chicago ; D : 5390, 
Aug. 8, 1904. 1116 

Ambrosial (The) cordial; humorous sketch, by 
D. L. Beckingsale. 22 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1910; D: 22675; Daniel 
Loftus Beckingsale, San Francisco. 1117 

Ame (L') de I'empereur; pi&ce historique en 5 
actes et 9 tableaux, de P. Lamarche. 22 p. 
t". 

© Pierre Lamarche, Paris; D : 6231, Feb. 
10, 1905; 2c. Feb. 16, 1905. 1118 

Ame (!*') des heros; piece en 1 acte en vers, 
par P. Bilhaud et M. Carre, lere partie. 
p. 6&-72. 4°. 

© Paul Bilhaud et Michel Carre, Paris: D: 
10949, July 11, 1907; 2c. July 11, 1907. 1119 

Ame (L') du desert (The soul of the desert); 
song and dance scenic pantomime in 1 act, by 
R. Dore. 5 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 20, 1912 ; D : 30668 ; Robert Dor6, 
New York. 1120 

Amedaun (The); by Sam C. Miller. Typewrit- 
ten. [Note. — Copies deposited bear title, 
Terry, the omadaun.] 

© Thomas Henrv Marks. Perth. Ontario. 
Canada; 1897:38345, June 30; 2c. June 11. 

1121 



Ameer (The). 

© Fred M. lUuken, New York; 1896: 31890, 
May 26. 



1122 



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1147 



Ameer's (The) bride. 

© Fred M. Ranken, New York ; 1896 : 31S91, 
May 26. 1123 

Amelia La Motte; an emotional drama in 5 acts, 
by J. Kanfmann. 

© Josie Kaufmann, Port Richmond, N. Y. ; 
D : 7212, Sept. G, 1905. 1124 

Amelia; a play in 5 acts, by A. H. Smallman. 
© Amelia H. Smallman, San Francisco ; D : 
3636, May 29, 1903. 1125 

Amelia Bouchard; romantic drama in 4 acts, 
scenes laid in ^Marseilles, France, by J. San- 
son. 

© Joseph Sanson, Philadelphia; 1880: 
13458, Sept. 3. 1126 

Amelie, duchesse de St. Germain; a romantic 
opera in 3 acts, by C. O. Tyler, music by Fred- 
erick Coit Wight. New London, Conn., 1902. 
75 p. 12°. [Libretto only.] 

© Cornelia Osgood Tyler, New London, 
Conn. ; D : 3333, Apr. 24, 1903 ; 2c. May 2, 1903. 

1127 

Amendment no. 5; comedy in 3 acts, by M. 
Michelson. [2], 44 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1913; D: 33102; Miriam 
Michelson, San Francisco. 1128 

America. 

© E. W. Fordyce, Anniston, Ala. ; D : 14170, 
Oct. 3, 1908. 1129 

Same. Typewritten. 

© Ida Cross, Chicago ; 1898 : 27545, June 8 ; 



Ic. June 9. 



1130 



— -a dramatic operatic historical spectacle, by 
I, Kiralfy. 

© Irare Kiralfy, New York; 1892:23879, 
June 7. 1131 

a dramatic representation of the history of 



our country, combining history, music and 
art, compiled and adapted for schools, semi- 
naries, and literary associations, by H. O. 
Ladd. 

© Horatio O. Ladd, Plymouth, N. H. ; 1876 : 
11970, Oct. 26. 1132 

grand historical allegory in 3 parts, past. 



present and future, by Bartley T. Campbell, 
with music, songs, comicalities and magnifi- 
cent tableaux. 

© Samuel A. Barr, Pittsburgh; 1871:4776, 
May 22; 2c. May 22. 1133 

grand historical spectacle in 2 acts and a 



prologue and 21 tableaux [by] I. Kiralfy, mu- 
sic by Angelo Veuanzi. 

© Imre Kiralfy. New York ; 1893 : 17631, 
Apr. 10 ; 2c. Apr. 11. 1134 



America — Continued. 

a grand national and military ballet di- 

vertisement, by B. Kiralfy. 
© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; 1888:7887, 

Mar. 16. 1135 

opera libretto in 3 acts, by F. Dorbesson, 



New York, 1890. 

© Fern. Dorbesson, United States; 1890: 
4695, Feb. 17. 1136 

— an original historical spectacle in 3 acts, by 
J. E. M. Sanford. 

© J. E. M. Sanford, Boston; 1885:26492, 
Dec. 16. 1137 

a patriotic pageant for young people, by 



M. E. Beedy. 

© Mary B. Beedy, Chicago ; 1891 : 1789, Jan. 
12. 1138 



— a play in 3 acts, by A. Donovan. Scenario. 
11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Andrew Donovan, Chicago ; D : 15342, 

Mar. 12, 1909; 2c. Mar. 12, 1909. 1139 

— or. Our country's progress, an historical 



drama, by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, New York ; 1872 : 11498, Oct. 
29. 1140 

an original drama in 3 acts, by J. F. 



Poole. 

© John F. Poole, New York; 1873:2394, 
Mar. 11. 1141 



— or. The eagle's flight. 

© Louisa Lee Anstey, New York; 1890: 
5932, Feb. 18; Ic. Feb. 18, 1890. 1142 

or, The land we love, an original romantic 



military drama in 3 acts, by J. Templeton. 

© John Templeton, New York ; 1873 : 9850, 
Sept. 2. 1143 

America and Columbia; opera comique, in 2 
acts, by P. Wales, composed by L. Wales. 

© Philip and Leonard Wales, New York; 
1885: 1S613, Sept. 2; 2c. Feb. 3, 18S6. 1144 

America for Americans; by J. Dandy. 8 p. t". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 16, 1910 ; D : 20214 ; Jess Dandy, 
New York. 1145 

America Hawaii burlesque. Typewritten. 

© Harry Emerson, United States; 1898: 
62991, Oct. 26; Ic. Oct. 26. 1146 

America 100 years since. Sec Spy (The) 

America, our chosen country; a drama in 4 
acts, by Meyer Abraham Novick. 

© M. A. Novic-k, Brooklyn; D : 11649, Oct. 
26, 1907. 1147 



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1172 



American (The). f°. Typewritten. 

I© Marion F. Creighton, Cleveland; D: 
7914, Jan. 29, 1906; Ic. Jan. 29, 1906. 1148 

a comedy in 3 acts, by W. E. M. Golden. 

© W. E. M. Golden, New Harmony, Ind. ; 
1889:22519, July 22. 1149 

drama in 4 acts, by M. L. Arnold. [121] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 14, 1914; D : 37567 ; Morris Le 
Roy Arnold, Minneapolis. 1149a 

a drama of society in 5 acts, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1876:13938, 
Dec. 15. 1150 

an entirely new and original comedy in 3 



acts, by H. H. Wiuslow. 

© Herbert Hall Winslow, New York ; 1891 : 
21056, June 8. 1151 

play in 4 acts, by P. L. Wilde [pseud, of P. 



L. Weil] [182] p. 4". Typewritten, 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 1913 ; D : 34137 ; Percival L. 
Weil, New York. 1153 

American (An) abroad. See Cow (The) boy. 

American (An) alliance; a drama in 3 acts, by 
C. Fletcher. 

© Coyne Fletcher, Washington; 1899: 
50299, Aug. 4. 1153 

Ajnerican (The) ambassador; comedy in 4 acts, 
by N. Hichardson. 151 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. May 5, 1915; D: 40885; Norval Rich- 
ardson, Rome. 1153a 

American (The) ambassador's daughter; 
drama in 4 acts, by A. S. Kronold and M. J. 
Corcoran. 48 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1912; D: 30865; A. S. Kro- 
nold and M. J. Corcoran, New York. 1154 

American (The) ambassadress; or. It happened 
in Nordland, a musical play in 2 acts, words 
by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Her- 
bert, f. Typewritten. 

© M. Witmark & sous, New York ; D : 5804, 
Nov. 21, 1904; 2c. Nov. 21, 1904. 1155 

American (The) and French beauties extrava- 
ganza and burlesque cc; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, written and arr. by W. B. Watson and 
H. C. Bryant. 

© W. B. Watson and Harry C. Bryant, New 
York; 1897:7786, Jan. 28. 1156 

American assurance; a comedy in 3 acts, 
adapted by C. A. Shaw. 

© Charles A. Shaw, Washington; 1894: 
44279, Sept. 21. 1157 

an original farcical comedy in 3 acts, by 

Mrs. R. Pacheco. 

© Mrs. Romualdo Pacheco, New York ; 
1893:53831, Dec. 5. 1158 



American (The) ballot; or, Uncle Sam, [by] 
B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; 1887:7573, 

Mar. 30. 1159 

American (The) baron; a comedy -drama in 4 
acts, written and adapted by N. Salsbury. 

© N. Salsbury, United States; 1879:5398, 
Apr. 23. 1160 

American (The) tarouess; a Franco- American 
drama in 4 acts, by Joaquin Miller. 

© C. H. Miller, Somerville, N. J.; 1882: 
5317, Apr. 4. 1161 

American beauties; a comedy in 1 act from the 
German, by Abel B. Seaman. 11 p. 12". 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D : 962, 
Sept. 28, 1901; 2c. Nov. 13, 1901. 1162 

American (An) beauty; society play in 4 acts, 
by J. C. Webb. 

© John Crittenden Webb, Chicago ; D : 1021, 
Oct. 28, 1901. 1163 

American (An) beauty and an English beast; 
play in 1 act, by Peter Banks [pseud, of H. S. 
Wagner] 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19, 1912 ; D : 30026 ; Hazel Shep- 
pard Wagner, Toronto, Canada. 1164 

American born; comedy in 3 acts, by A. Marix. 
103 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 10, 1912; D: 31645; A. Marix, 
New York. 1165 

play in 4 acts, by A. Marix. 4 v. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1913; D: 32703; A. Marix, 
New York. 1166 

See also Spanish (The) cavalier. 

American (An) boy; a farce comedy in 3 acts. 
Rochester, N. Y., 1891. Tyi^ewritten. 

© Geo. W. Heath, Rochester, N. Y. ; 1891: 
6201, Feb. 14; 2c. Aug. 18. 1167 

a melodrama in 5 acts, by L. Greene. 

© Leonard Greene, Washington ; D : 1652, 
Mar. 26, 1902. 1168 

a play in 4 acts, by K. Emmett and Hubert 

Sackett. 

© Katie Emmett, New York ; 1894 : 58025- 
58027, Dec. 13. 1169-1171 

American (The) boy and geisha girls in Ja- 
pan; plav in 1 act, by Hazel Belle Cabine. 
[11] p. 12"'. Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1914 ; D : 36832 ; Hazel Cabine, 
Middletown, Cal. 1171a 

American (An) bride. 8". 

© Leslie Gufnell Peacock. Ireland ; D : 5570, 
Sept. 28, 1904; 2c. Dec. 12, 1904. 1172 



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1197 



American bull bats. 

® John F. Kellam, Atlanta ; D : 14613, Dec. 
24, 1908. 1173 

American (The) bullfighters; a blackface ro- 
mance of old Mexico in 2 scones, by J. Farrell. 
18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph Farrell and William Sutton, Chi- 
cago; D: 11968, Dec. IS, 1907; 2c. Dec. 18, 
1907. 1174 

American caste; a drama of the North and 
South, in 4 acts, by T. B. Thorpe. 

© T. B. Thorpe, New York ; 1873 : 310, Jan. 
13. 1175 

American (An) cigarette; by Eudora Belle 
Cauthorn. 

© Mrs. Franklin Cauthorn, Mexico; D: 
1131, Nov. 27, 1901. 1176 

See also Calamity Jane. 

American (An) citizen; original comedy in 4 
acts, by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. 

© J. H. Ryley, New York ; 1895 : 56305, Nov. 
6. 1177 

American (The) claimant; comedy in 4 acts, by 
F. A. Harris. 

© Franc A. Harris, Boston; 1878:4409, 
Apr. 12. 1178 

American (The) clergyman; a drama in 6 acts, 
including 3 tjibleaux, by F. Danz, sr. St. 
Paul. 

© Frank Danz, sr.. United States; 1886: 
4872, Feb. 27; 2c. Mar. 22. 1179 

American (The) colony; a dramatic comedy in 
4 acts, by M. A. Kraus. 

© Maurice A. Kraus, New York ; D : 273. 
Mar. 28, 1901. 1180 

American (The) consul; an emotional drama in 
4 acts, adapted from the French, by Lorin Jas- 
per Howard. 

© Howard & Doyle, Chicago; 1898:48033, 
Aug. 15. 1181 

American (The) count; or, One of the best, 
drama in 3 acts, by R. H. Arnold. 

© R. H. Arnold, Rochester, N. Y. ; D : 4036, 
Oct. 1, 1903. 1182 

American (An) countess; an American comedy 
in 4 acts, written and arr. by H. "Wilson. 

© Harry Wilson, Vineland, N. J.; 1895: 
46656, Sept. 13; 2c. Sept. 14. 1183 

an original emotional drama in 5 acts and 

6 tableaux, by A. Hinchcliffe and G. de Valois 
[pseud, of Marie Walsh] founded upon Etta W. 
Pierce's story, music by A. Hinchcliffe. Ms. 
© A. Hinchcliffe and G. de Valois. United 
States; 1879 : 13182, Oct. 6; 2c. Jan. 22, 1885. 

1184 



American (An) Countess — Continued. 



a play in 4 acts, by H. Carroll. 

© Howard Carroll, New York; 1884:25575, 
Dec. 22; 2c. Jan. 16, 1885. 1185 

or, A hunt for a title, a comedy in 1 act, 

by J. F. Gesner. 
© John F. Gesner, New York; 1893:9063, 
. Feb. 18. 1186 

American (The) cricket; a musical comedy- 
drama in a prologue and 3 acts, by S. H. 
Gardner. 

© Samuel Hayes Gardner, Philadelphia; 
1878:8481, July 22. 1187 

American (The) crisis; or. Senate of 1860. 
© J, E. Gillespie, Kearney, Neb. ; 1884 : 7283, 
Apr. 4. 1188 

American (An) daisy. Typewritten. 

© Edward Carpenter, Philadelphia; 1895: 
5885, Jan. 24; 2c. Mar. 6. 1189 

American (The) detective; a local drama of 
love, crime and mystery, by M. Turck. 

© INIarius Turck, New York; 1873:14999, 
Dec. 29. 1190 

American diplomacy; by Van Zo Post. 90 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1910 ; D : 20168 ; Van Zo Post, 
New York. 1191 

American drummer; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by C. Black. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 
1910. 40 p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Feb. 28. 1910 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1910 ; D : 20369 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 1193 

American (An) duchess; a drama in 4 acts, by 
M. T. Allen. 

© Marie Towusend Allen, New York ; D : 
14042, Oct. 5, 1908. 1193 

melodrama, from the Duke's secret by Char- 
lotte Braeme, by M. Owen. [45] p. f . Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 10. 1911; D: 23608; Martha 
Owen, Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. 1194 

a play in 4 acts, by H. C. Colwell. 147 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Henry C. Colwell, Kittanning. Pa. ; D : 
15377, Mar. 18, 1909; 2c. Apr. 5, 1909. 1195 

American (An) duel; a dramatic play, by H. 
Allen. 

© Harry Allen, United States; 1889:4457. 
Feb. 7. 1196 

American (The) dutchess; or, Kristidorie. 

© Minnie Blakestone Douglas, Cedar 
Rapids, la.; 1897:19542, Mar. 25. 1197 



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1223 



American (An) earl; a drnma of to-day, in 5 
acts, by S. Silverburg. New York [etc.] Lon- 
don, The Neely co. [1900] 143, [1] p. 12". 

© Samuel Silverburg, Brooklyn; 1900 A: 
8695, Apr. 4: 2c. Nov. 8. 1198 

an original American, novel comedy drama 

in 4 acts, by M. J. Hooley. 

© M. J. Hooley, Oakland, Cal. ; 1897 : 31804, 
May 25. 1199 

American (The) emperor; a drama in 5 acts, by 
J. C. Buchnnan. 

© J. C. Buchanan, Dwight, 111. ; 1887 : 17055, 
July 1. 1200 

American (The) empire. See Kingcraft. 

American (The) express; a musical drama, by 
S. M. Landis. 

© Simon M. Landis, New York ; 1883 : 2486, 
Feb. 6. 1201 

American (An) family; comedy in 4 acts, origi- 
nal, by F. F. Mackay. 

© Frank F. Mackay, New York; D : 4327, 
Nov. 24, 1903. 1202 

Same. 

© F. F. Mackay, Bay Ridge, N. Y. : D: 
6620, Apr. 5, 1905. 1203 

American (The) gaiety girls burlesque co. 

© Fred Harvey, New York; 1895:2.5377. 
May 8. 1204 

American (An) gentleman; a romantic melo- 
drama in 4 acts, by W. Bonelli. 

© William Bonelli, New York ; 1900 A : 8009, 
Mar. 27. 1205 

American (An) Gil Bias; a play. 

© Benjamin R. Davenport, Buffalo; 1891: 
15926, Apr. 30. 1206 

American girl. 4". Typewritten. 

© Alma Adair. Paris, Ky. ; D : 2610. Nov. 13. 
1902; 2c. Nov. 13. 1902. 1207 



— a comedy, by A. E. Dickinson. 

© Anna B. Dickinson, Elizabeth, N. J. ; 
1880:13051, Aug. 25. ^ 1208 

a comedy drama in 4 acts, by H. G. Don- 



nelly. 

© H. Grattan Donnelly, Philadelphia ; 1891 : 
33039, Sept. 16. 1209 

a comedy in 3 acts, by J. B. Runnion. Chi- 



cago, Rand, McNnlly & co., 1879. 

© James B. Runnion, Chicago; 1879:601, 
Jan. 14. 1210 

melodrama in 5 acts, by N. N. Emerson. 



61 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1909 ; D : 17553 ; Nelson N. 
Emerson, Minneapolis. 1211 



American girl — Continued. 

■ a musical comedy in 2 acts, by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; D:6615, 
May 2, 1905. 1212 

a musical play in 2 acts, libretto and lyrics 

by A. Gillespie, score by Frederic Chapin. 59 
p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Arthur Gillespie, Chicago; D : 8833, July 
16, 1906; 2c. July 16, 1906. 1213 

Sec affio Americangirl (Das). — Girl of Illi- 
nois. — My Margaret. 

Anaerican (Das) girl am fiirstenschloss (The 
American girl at kings-castle); comic opera 
libretto in 3 acts, by F. Schneider. 58 p. 4°. 
Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1912; D: 30788; Fred 
Schneider, Clifton, N. J. 1214 

American (The) girl at kings-castle. See 
American (Das) girl am fiirstenschloss. 

American (An) girl in Paris; play in 1 act, by 
Nat Le Roy. [1], 13, [1] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1913; D : 32259 ; Charles 
Jacklin and Gertrude Lang, New York. 1215 

American (An) harem; a comedietta in 1 act. 
Chicago, The Dramatic publishing co. [1897] 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago; 1897:59873, 
Oct. 22; 2c. Oct. 21. 1216 

American hearts; comedy for two males and 
two females, by Frances Aymar Mathews. 
New York, E. S. Werner & co., 1907. 13 p. 
12*. 

© Edgar S. Werner & co.. New York; D: 
11684, Nov. 7, 1907; 2c. Nov. 16, 1907. 1217 

American (The) Hebrew; a comedy drama of 

New York life in 5 acts and 7 scenes, by E. W. 

Scully. 
© Eugene W. Scully, New York; 1892: 

52891, Dec. 24. 1218 

American (An) heiress; comedy in 1 act, by 

Jack Burnett. [1], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1911; D: 23789; Edna Pihl- 
feldt, Chicago. 1219 

a drama in 4 acts, by C. Ulrich, jr. 

© Charles Ulrich, jr., United States; 1881: 
9175, June 11. 1220 

dramatic composition in 5 acts, by W. C. 

Stanke. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1910; D : 20094 ; William C. 
Stanke, Hoboken, N. J. 1221 

or, Ovir colony, an original play in 4 acts. 



by F. Reinau. 

© Francis Reinau, New York; 1893:169.39, 
Apr. 5. 1222 

American heiresses; a satirical society comedy 
in 4 acts, by Saint Aubin [pseud, of A. A. 
Corbett] 

© Adolph Saint Aubin, New York; 1895: 
50126, Oct. 2. 1223 



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1246a 



American (The) heirs; a comedy in 3 acts, by American (An) in a foreign prison, unjustly 



M. Bates. 
© Morgan Bates, Chicago ; 1S87 : 2228, Jan. 



28. 



1224 



American (An) hero. 

© Josepli J. Heuuessy, New York ; D : 2734, 
Dec. 18, 1002. 1225 

a spectacular comedy drama in 5 acts. 

© Clint C. Ford, Pulaski, Tenn. ; 1891: 
33042, Sept. 16. 1226 



American (An) heroine; drama in 5 acts, by 
N. Marinncci, tr. from the original Italian by 
Francesco Ventresca. [20] p. 4". Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 25, 1914; D: 37399; Nicodemo -^^^^^f^^^ ^-^^ ^^^^'' ^^ American drama, by 
Marinucci, New York. 1226a '^' '^ r^or,^„ 



condemned to death. 

© J. Edward Buckley, New Orleans; 1899 
A: 79291, Dec. 6. 1235 

American (An) in heaven. Sec George Wash- 
ington. 

American (The) in London; sensational drama 
. in 5 acts, by A. L. Johnson. 

© Annie Lewis Johnson, Philadelphia ; 
1884 :12210, June 16 ; 2c. June 16. 1236 

American jocl^ey; by A. J. Freedman. 11 p. f. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 26, 1909; D: 17538; Alan J. 
Freedman, Pioche, Nev. 1237 



drama in 6 acts, by N, Marinucci, and tr. 

from the Italian by Yittorio Marinucci. 25 p. 
8° Ms. 

© Ic. June 3, 1914; D: 37212; Nicodemo 
Marinucci, New York. 1226b 

American humorist. 

© Frederick Ludtke Niblo, New York ; 1899 : 
54455, Aug. 26. 1227 

American (An) hustler; by W. Fletcher. 

© Walter Fletcher, Bath Beach, N. Y.; 
1887:26731, Oct. 17. 1228 

a comedy drama in 4 acts, by William S. 



C. T. Dazey. 

© C. T. Dazey, Cambridge, Mass.; 1881: 
6791, May 2. 1238 

a drama in 5 acts, by Ben Rhodes. 

© John L. Obenderf, Los Angeles; 1899: 
40770, June 22. 1239 

American (An) lady; a comedy, by H. J. Byron. 
New York, 1873. 

© Mrs. J. Wood, United States ; 1873 : 1550, 
Feb. 15. 1240 

a 4 act comedy-drama, by L. Auld. f°. 



Gill. Chicago, T. S. Denison, 1906. 70 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 9059, Sept. 
10, 1900 ; 2c. Oct. 20, 1906. 1229 



— a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by F. S. Gibbs. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Bothner and Geo. F. Hall, New 
York ; D : 2083, July 3, 1902 ; 2c. July 24, 1902. 

1230 



Typewritten. 

© Lucius Auld. Buffalo; D : 13059, May 25, 
1008; 2c. May 22, 1908. 1241 

American (An) lord; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by A. S. Kellie. Bradford, Pa., D. W. 
Lerch, 1894. 

© A. Stevenson Kellie, Bradford, Pa. ; 1894 : 
26756, May 28. 1242 

American lords; by C. S. Rogers. 

© Charles S. Rogers, Hot Springs, Ark.; D: 
193, Mar. 11, 1901. 1243 



American (The) idea; comedy in 1 act, by L. American (The) Macs; or. An Irish stew, 
Carthew. [2], 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1913; D: 35219; Lily Carthew, 
Roxbury, Mass. 1231 



© Joe McNeil, United States; 1889:7457, 
Mar. 8. 1244 



— an original musical comedy in 3 acts, by G. 
M. Cohan. New York, Press of Pusey & com- 
pany [1909] 32 p. f°. 

© George M. Cohan, New York; D : 15274, 
Mar. 8, 1909; 2c. Mar. 6, 1909. 1232 

Bar Harbor; or. The professor's daughter. 



an American comic and romantic opera in 3 
acts, written and composed by O. P. Sweet. 
© O. P. Sweet, Boston ; 1892 : 1555, Jan. 8. 

1233 

American ideals; or. Ourselves as others see 
us, comedy in 4 acts, by L. D. Syle. 

© L. Du Pont Syle, Berkeley, Cal.; 1894: 
60056, Dec. 24. 1234 



American made; a dramatic composition in 2 
acts, by J. M. Weber and L. M. Fields. 

© Joseph M. Weber and Lewis M. Fields, 
New York; 1897:32228, May 27. 1245 

American (An) marquise. See Old Tompkins' 
millions. 

American (An) marriage; a drama in 4 acts, 
by C. Logan. 

© Celia Logan, United States; 1883:15050, 
Aug. 15; 2c. Dec. 27. 1246 

American milestones; drama in 3 acts, by F. F. 
Kelly. [130] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1914; D : 37071 ; Florence 
Finch Kelly, New York. 1246a 



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1247 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



1269 



American (An)_millionairess. See Black (The) 
art. 

American money; a play in 3 acts, by G. W. 
Pacaud. Typewritten. 

© George Wasliington Pacaud, Stanfold, 
Canada ; 1894 : 54579, Nov. 23 ; 2c. Nov. 23. 

1247 

American (The) Monte Carlo; an opening d, la 
Chicago. 

© M. J. O'Neill, Chicago ; 1892 : 33560, Aug; 
15. 1248 

American nobility. 4". Typewritten. 

© Constance Le Vieu Fox, New York; D: 
7771, Dec. 27, 1905; 2c. Dec. 27, 1905. 1249 

drama in 4 acts, by R. G. Mullen. [2], 

63 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 13, 1912; D: 30836; Richard G. 
Mullen, Marlboro, Mass. 1250 

See also His lordship. — Liberta. 



American (An) nobleman; a drama, by E. S. 
Getchell. 

© Ellen S. Getchell, Boston; 1875:13390, 

Dec. 18. 1251 

American (An) pasha; an original comedy in 3 
acts, by W. C. Reynolds. 

© William C. Reynolds, Chicago; 1881: 

4082, Mar. 17; 2c. July 2. 1252 

rev. by the author. 

© William C. Reynolds, Chicago; 1883: 

13627, July 25 ; 2c. Aug. 8. 1253 

American (An) peer; a comedy, by M. A. E. 
White and F. Dana. 

© Michael Alfred Edwin White and Fran- 
cis Dana, New Yorii ; D : 3410, May 11, 1903. 

1254 

American (An) Portia; by I. C. Tichenor. 65 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1910 ; D : 21762 ; Ira C. Tiche- 
nor, Los Augeles. 1255 

American (An) prince; a drama in 3 acts, by 
E. F. Riggs. 

© E. F. Riggs, New York ; 1895 : 28545. May 
27. 1256 

American princess; a comedy drama in 3 acts 
and prologue, by E. Best. 

© Eva Best, Dayton, O. ; 1886 : 22341, Oct. 5. 

1257 

a play in 4 acts, by Henry Raeder. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 5871, 
Dec. 5, 1904; 2c. Dec. 5, 1904. 1258 

a play in 3 acts, by B. C. MoElhany. 19 p. 

f. Typewritten. 

© le. Jan. 25, 1915 ; 1) : 39525 ; E. C. McEl- 
hany, Manistee, Mich. 1258a 



American (An) production; comedy, by N. 
Clark. Typewritten. 

© Nathaniel L. Clark, Brooklyn; 1894: 
30556, June 5 ; 2c. June 5. 1259 

American (An) queen. See Betsy Patterson. 

American (The) B,e volution; a scenic, dramatic 
and historical spectacle. Typewritten. 

© Joseph T. McCaddon, Philadelphia; 
1892 : 50600, Dec. 12 ; 2c. Jan. 28, 1893. 1260 

See also Independence. 

American (The) Rhine gold. See Hendric 
Hudson. 

American (An) romance; a drama in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by F. Knell. 

© Frederick Knell, jr., Roxbury, Mass.; 

1896:47308, Aug. 20. 1261 

American romance and history. See Six 
dramas of American romance and history. 

American slavery in 1831. See Nat Turner. 

American (An) soldier; a drama in 4 acts, by 
W. A. Whitecar. 

© W. A. Whitecar, New York ; 1893 : 46834, 
Oct. 19. 1262 

American (An) soldier of fortune; a melo- 
drama in 4 acts, by E. De Corsia. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Edward De Corsia, New York ; D : 8335, 
Apr. 13, 1906; 2c. Apr. 13, 1906. 1263 

American (The) style; a comedy drama, by W. 
M. Lawrence. 

© William Moore Lawrence, Milwaukee; 
1883 : 5693, Mar. 28. 1264 

American suffragette; drama in 4 acts, by D. L. 
Loughborough. 114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1909; D: 17313; Dwight L. 
Loughborough, Los Angeles. 1265 

American (The) tel., tel., and tel. company, 
limited; play in 3 acts, by C. F. Richardson. 
22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1913; D: 32481; Charles F. 
Richardson, Boston. 1266 

American (The) tigers; play in 3 acts, by H. 
L. Clark. 

© Harriette Lewis Clark, Indianapolis; D: 
8464, Apr. 14, 1906. 1267 

American (The) Venus up to date; monologue, 
by Baroness von Wrede. 4 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Baroness Ray von Wrede, Brooklyn; D: 
14422, Dec. 1, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 25, 1908. 1268 

American (The) way. 

© Charles Stewart Booth, New Orleans; D: 
12599, Mar. 23, 1908. 1269 



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1293 



American (The) way — Continued. 

a comedy drama in 4 acts, by Harold A. 

Robe. 90 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Frank M. Witmark, New York; D : 11139, 
Aug. S, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 8, 1907. 1270 

a farce in 3 acts, by M. E. Smitli. 95 p. f». 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 24, 1912; D: 30093; Mary Ellis 
Smitli, La Grange, 111. 1271 



a sketch in 1 act, by S. R. Chesley. [9] p. 

4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1913 ; D : 32351 ; Solomon 
Russell Chesley, Baltimore. 1272 

American (An) widow; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. K. Chambers. [1G3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 19, 1909; D: 16593; H. Kellett 
Chambers, Darien, Conn. 1273 

American woman; a drama in 4 acts, by C. E. 
Banks. 

© Charles Eugene Banks, Chicago; D : 5523, 
Sept. 10. 1904. 1274 

Same. Chicago and New York, The dra- 
matic publishing company [1905] 51 p. 16°. 

© Dramntic pub. co.. Chicago; D : 7726, 
Dec. 35, 1905; 2c. Dec. 15, 1905. 1275 

Americangirl (Das); operette in 3 akten, von 
Julius Blumenthal, musik von Kurt Zorlig. 
[137] p. 4". Typewritten. [Text only] 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1913; D:349S7; Ed. Bote & 
G. Bock, Berlin. 1276 

Americano (The); a romantic drama in 4 acts, 
by L. Pendleton. 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Louis Pendleton, Philadelphia ; D : 47.54, 
Mar. 19, 1904 ; 2c. May 12, 1904. 1277 



Americanos (Los) in San Dieg"o. 
(The) on the Jamul. 



See Eaid 



Americans (The); comedy in 3 acts, by E. Eis- 
ner. 4". Typewritten. 

© Edward Eisner, New York; D : 6677, Mav 
17, 1905; 2c. May 17, 1905. 1278 

Americans abroad; a comedy of international 
contrasts, by E. Fawcett. 

© Edgar Fawcett, New York ; 1881 : 15376, 
Oct. 6; 2c. Oct. 6. 1279 

See also Grand tour. 



Americans at home; an original American com- 
edy in 3 acts, adapted by O. Fawcett. 

© Owen Fawcett, New York ; 1873 : 2634, 
Mar. 17. 1280 

American's (The) gold; a romantic drama in 5 
acts, by A. Pitou. 

© Augustus Pitou, United States; 1875: 
11144, Oct. 25. 1281 



American's (An) home. 

© "William Chandler Patterson, New York; 
D : 16087, June 17, 1909. 1282 

Americans (The) in London; sensational drama 
in 5 acts. 

© Annie Lewis Johnson, Indianapolis ; 1883 : 
23966, Dec. 24. 1283 

Americans of '76; a drama of the Revolution 
in 8 scenes, by B. Betts. Typewritten. 

© Brooks Betts, Brooklyn; 1900 A: 6767, 
Mar. 13; 2c. Mar. 13. 1284 

Americanus; or, Empire ag'st republic, a 
drama in 3 acts, by W. B. 

© William Bush, Chicago; 1874:8704, June 
29 ; 2c. May 22, 1876. 1285 

-or. Empire anti republic, a drama in 3 

acts, tragi-comical, by Unicus [pseud, of W. 
Bush] Rev. ed. 

© William Bush, Chicago ; 1876 : 9164, Aug 
5; 2c. Aug. 9. 1286 

America's enemies; a war drama in 3 acts, by 
F. Butler. 

© Fay Butler, Baltimore ; 1898 : 31733, May 
21. 1287 

America's triumph. See A. D. 1813. 

America's versatility over all nations, and the 
champion of the world; by F. Ilassall. Type- 
written. 

© Frank Hassall, East Grand Forks. Minn. ; 
1895 : 48363, Sept. 23 ; Ic Sept. 23. 1288 

America's Vesta Tilley. 

© Dolly E. Howe, New York ; D : 7138, Aug. 
21, 1905. 1289 

Americus; comedy of the nations in 4 acts, by 
D. Potter. [3], 120 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Nov. 16, 1914 ; D : 38815 ; Dorothy Pot- 
ter, Seattle. i289a 

an open air pyrotechnical spectacular pro- 



duction. 

© Charles Harkinson and Eugene Kernan, 
Washington ; 1894 : 7042, Jan. 30. 1290 

Americus comedy four; vaudeville act, by O. M. 
Scott. 3 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1912 ; D : 28551 ; O. M. Scott, 
Chicago. 1291 

Amerika abroad; comic opera in 2 acts, book 
and lyrics, by C. Stratton. 110 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1913; D: 32922; Clarence 
Stratton, St. Louis. 1292 

Amerikaneren ; folkeskuespil i 3 akter, af Olav 
Omvik. Kristiania, H. Aschehoug & co., 1913. 
2 p. 1. 49 p. 12". 

© Nov. 19. 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 29, 1913 ; D : 35488 ; 
H. Aschehoug & co., Christiania, Norway. 1293 



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1310 



Ames (The) affair; comedy in 1 act, by R. Gar- 
land. [2], 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1912; D: 31121; Robert Gar- 
laud, Baltimore. 1294 

Am^es (Les) ennemies; drame en 4 actes en 
prose, par Paul Hyacintbe Loyson. Paris, 
Edouard Pelletan, 1907. 15S p. 16°. 

© P. H. Loyson, Paris; D : 11996, Dec. 28, 
1907; 2c. Dec. 28, 1907. 1295 

Amethyst (The); a drama in 4 acts, by W. P. 
Campbell. 

© W. P. Campbell, Wamego, Kan.; 1889: 
7122, Mar. 5 ; 2c. May 31. 1296 

Ami (L') d' enfance. See Canasson. 

Ami (L') Fritz; comedie en 3 actes par Erck- 
mann-Cbatrian, adapted to the use of Ameri- 
can schools and colleges and annotated in Eng- 
lish by Alfred Hennequin. 

© by Louise Quail, Ludington, Mich., as 
cbild of the deceased author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 6379, Feb. 6, 1915. 
Original entry, Nov. 11, 1887, no. 29160. 1296a 

See also Amico (L') Fritz.— Friend Fritz. 



Amiable (The) Mr. Anthorpe; a play in 4 acts, 
by Kenneth Lee. 

© Martha Lee, New York; 1896:26762, 
May 1. 1297 

Arnica; dramma lirico in 2 atti, di Paolo Berel, 
musica di Pietro Mascagni, versione ritmica di 
Giovanni Targioni-Tozzetti. Libretto. Paris, 
Choudens, 1905. 28 p. 12°. 

© Choudens, Paris ; D : 6565, Apr. 24, 1905 ; 
Apr. 24, 1905. 1298 

poeme dramatique en 2 actes, de Paul Berel, 



adaptation lyrique de Paul Collin, musique de 
Pierre Mascagni. Livret. 36 p. 12°. 

© Choudens, Paris; D:6213, Feb. 13, 1905; 
2c. Feb. 13, 1905. 1299 

Ajnico (L'); bozzetto dramma tico in 1 atto, di 
J. Ponte. 14 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1912; D: 30883; Joseph 
Ponte, New York. 1300 

Amico (L') Fritz (Friend Fritz); lyric comedy 
in 3 acts, founded upon the Erckmann Chatrian 
comedy of the same name, by P. Suardon, 
music by Pietro Mascagni, Euglish version by 
Nathan Haskell Dole. Libretto. 

© G. Schirmer, New York ; 1891 : 39150, Oct. 
31. 1301 

lyric comedy in 3 acts, text by P. Suardon, 



Amico (L') Fritz (Friend Fritz) — Continued. 

opera by Pietro Mascagni, English version 

by W. G. Day. [Vocal score, English and 
Italian] 

© Willard G. Day, Baltimore ; 1891 : 31369, 
Sept. 4; Ic. June 13, 1892; 2d copy also re- 
ceived. 1303 

See also Ami (L') Fritz. — Friend Fritz. 



music by Pietro Mascagni, tr. from the original 
Italian by Fred Lyster. New York, F. Rullman. 

© F. Rullman, New York ; 1892 : 31357, July 
28. 1302 



Amies du Petit Chaperon rouge. See Drame3 
et comedies, par Marguerite Dupres. 

Amietta; an historical drama in 4 acts, by A. 
Gross. 

© Anna Gross, New York ; D : 10150, Mar. 
2, 1907. 1304 

Amigo (El) de la pipa; .iuguete c6mico en 2 
actos, el segundo dividido en 2 cuadros, en 
prosa, inspirado en un cuento tS-rtaro, escrito 
por los sefiores Jackson VeySn y Feman-Gon- 
zalez. ^Madrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 
1913. 153 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 6, 1913; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913; D: 32576; 
Jose Jackson Veyan y Fernan-Gonzftlez, Ma- 
drid. 1305 

Amigo (El) Melquiades; 6, Por la boca muere 
el pez, sainete de costumbres madrileiias en 1 
acto, dividido en 3 cuadros, en prosa, original 
de Carlos Arniches, mlisica de los maestros 
Valverde y J. Serrano. Madrid, Sociedad de 
autores espanoles, 1914. 70 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38203 ; Carlos Arniches, Madrid. 1305a 

Amigo (El) Nicolas; aventuras c6mico-liricas 
divididas en 3 cuadros en prosa, libro de G. 
Jover y E. G. del Castillo, mfisica de los maes- 
tros Quislant y Badia. Madrid, Sociedad de 
autores espaiioles, 1911. 77 p. 12°. 

© May 26,1911 ; 2c. May 27,1911 ; D : 24314 ; 
Gonzalo Jover v Emilio G. del Castillo, 
Madrid. 1306 

Amina; or, The shah's bride, an original comic 
opera in 2 acts, by H. Brunswick, composed by 
F. Wink. 

© Herman Brunswick and Frederick Wink, 
Philadelphia ; 1890 : 14212, Apr. 29, 2c. May 27. 

1307 

Amis and Amile; an opera libretto in 1 act, 

by H. H. Howard. [2], 50 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1913; D: 31885; Homer H. 

Howard, Cambridge, Mass. 1308 

Amis de collage; comedie en 1 acte, de Daniel 
Jourda. Paris, C. Joubert. 44 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 20, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911 ; D : 28092 : 
Joubert, Paris. 1309 

Amish (The) girl. 

© John D. Missimer, Reading, Pa. ; 1883 : 
1472, Jan. 22. 1310 



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1329 



Amizonia; a comic opera in 3 acts, words by 
E. B. Haiues, music by J. G. Zabriskie. 

© Edward B. Haines and John G. Zabriskie, 
Patersou ; 1894 : 12626, Mar. 3 ; 2c. Sept. 14. 

1311 

Amo y criado; comedia en 3 actos y en verso, 
de Francisco de Rojas, refundida en 4 por 
T. Luceno. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
pauoles, 1911. 76 p. 12". 

© Aug. 21, 1911 ; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911 ; D : 25021 ; 
Tonias Luceno, Madrid. 1312 

Amona; an opera, by B. T. Trego. 

© Benj. T. Trego, Saginaw, Mich.; 1896: 
64620, Nov. 27. 1313 

Among' southern pines; or, A daughter of the 
South, by Robert M. Sperry. Typewritten. 

© R. M. Sperry, Bridgeport, Conn. ; D : 3454, 
May 6, 1903; 2c. June 9, 1903. 1314 

Among' the Berkshires; or. New England folks, 

a rural drama in 3 acts, by Antbony E. Wills. 

New York, Dick & Fitzgerald [1906] 42 p. 16°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 8826, 

July 12, 1906; 2c. Aug. 10, 1906. 1315 

Among- the breakers; a drama in 5 acts, by 
Clarence Black. 45 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16376 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 1316 

a drama in 2 acts. Boston, G. M. Baker & 

CO. 

© George M. Baker, Boston ; 1873 : 726, Jan. 
25; 2c. Jan. 27. 1317 

Among the Irish; an original farce comedy in 3 
acts and 6 scenes, by E. W. Scully. 

© Eugene W. Scully, Des Moines; 1889: 
3106, Jan. 26; 2c. Mar. 5. 1318 

Among the moonshiners; or, A drunkard's 
legacy, a temperance drama in 3 acts, B. G. 
McFall. Clyde, O., Ames publisbing co. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1897:50563, 
Sept. 10; 2e. Sept. 11. 1319 

See also Heroine (The) of the mountain 

rift. — Kentucky (A) heroine. 

Among the Mormons; a drama of real life in 6 
tableaux, by G. B. Densmore and L. E. 
Granger. 

© L. E. Granger, Boston; 1880:9444, June 
21. 1320 

Among the pines; an American romantic play 
in 5 acts, by W. R. Wilson and James P. 
Wilson. 

© William R. Wilson, New York; 1888: 
29197, Oct. 15; 2c. Sept. 17. 1321 

■ a romantic drama in 4 acts, by W. R. Wil- 
son and J. P. Wilson. 

© Will. R. Wilson and James P. Wikson, 
New York; 1886:13002, June 3; 2c. Sept. 
17, 1888. 1322 



Among the poor; play in 4 acts, by O. Davis. 
114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1915 ; D : 40824 ; Owen Davis, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 1322a 

Among the Rockies; an original romantic and 
picturesque drama In 5 acts, by J. J. Mc- 
Closkey. 

© James J. McCIoskey, Brooklyn; 1886: 
17903, Aug. 5. 1323 

Sec also Tried and true. 

Among the sweet magnolias; a play in 4 acts 
and 5 scenes, by Eunice Fitch. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© E. Fitch, Chicago ; D : 9589, Dec. 6, 1906 ; 
2c. Dec. 6, 1906. 1324 

Among the unknown; by H. L. Gibney. 

© H. Louis Gibney, Columbus, O. ; D : 3047, 
Feb. 25, 1903. 1325 

Amongst the people; or. The spirit of the time, 
a melodrama in 4 acts, by D. Lasson. 

33 p. 8". 

© David Lasson, Philadelphia; D : 16091, 
June IS, 1909 ; 2c. June 28, 1909. 1326 

Amor als pilot; operette in 1 akt, von Richard 
Manz, musik von August Leon. Leipzig, Fritz 
Schuberth, jr., 1914. 51 p. 12°. [Text only] 
© Ic. June 1, 1914; D : 37170 ; Fritz Schu- 



berth, jr., Leipzig. 



1326a 



Amor & compagnie; eiue burleske in 1 akt, von 
Max Neal uud Max Ferner. 32 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 7, 1912; D: 29598; Alfred Spitz, 
New York. 1327 

Amor and Psyche; a melotragedy in 1 act, by 
C. A. Kaiser. Typewritten. 

© Charles A. Kaiser, Brooklyn; 1900 A: 
22090, Sept. 5 ; 2c. Aug. 31. 1328 

Amor (El) bandolero; zarzuela en 3 cuadros, de 
S. y J. Alvarez Quintero, mtisica de los maes- 
tros Bravo y Torres. Madi-id [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1913. 48 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36556; Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, 
Madrid. 1328a 

Amor baturro; zarzuela en 1 acto y 3 cuadros, 
en verso y prosa, original [de] A. FernAndoz 
Arreo, mtisica de Mario Breton. 32 p. 12". 

© Antonio Fernandez Arreo, Madrid ; D : 
14696, Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 1329 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



1344 



Amor de hennana; zarzuela en 1 acto y 3 cua- 
(Iros, en prosa, original [de] L. Dieguez Bar- 
rios, musica del Francisco A. de San Felipe. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1908. 
44 p. 12". 

© Luis Dieguez Barrios. Madrid ; D : 135S8, 
Aug. 19, 1908; 2c. Aug. 19, 1908. 1330 

Amor de imbecil; zarzuela melodi'amatica iu- 
spirada en el asunto de una novela francesa, 
en 1 acto y 4 cuadros y en prosa por J. M. 
Martfn de Eugenio, niGsica de los maestros G. 
Arderius v Carvajal. Madrid, R. Velasco, 1909. 
32 p. 12°. 

© Nov. IS, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909 ; D : 174S5 ; 
Jose Marfa Martin de Eugenio, Madrid. 1331 

Amor divinus; play in 4 acts, by Paul Herbert 
[pseud, of H. O. Towne] [3], 60 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© ic. Feb. 27, 1911 ; D : 23576 ; Helen Olcott 
Towne, Flushing, N. Y. 1333 

Amor (El) en cuarta-plana. See Piedra (La) 
filosofal. 

Amor (El) es uno; coraedia en 2 actos y en 
prosa, original de J. R. Castellanos. Mad- 
rid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1910. 45 p. 
8°. 

© May 23, 1910 ; 2c. May 24, 1910 ; D : 21136 ; 
Julio R. Castellanos. Madrid. 1333 

Amor eterno; entremes en prosa, original de 
Nicanor P^'ernslndez-Brocliado. Madrid [So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles] 1907. 14 p. 12°. 
© Fernandez-Brochado, Madrid ; D : 11484, 
Oct. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 7, 1907. 1334 

Am.or (El) facil; refundicion, sainete lirico en 1 
acto, dividido en 4 cuadros, original y en 
prosa, de C. Allen-Perkins, mtisica de los 
maestros Luis Foglietti y Jose Cabas. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1915. 
43 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25. 1915; D: 
41071; Carlos Allen-Perkins, Madrid. 1334a 

Amor libra; coniedia en 3 actos y en prosa, orig- 
inal de R. de Zayas Enriquez. [3], 111 p. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1912; D : 31034 ; Rafael de 
Zayas Enriquez, New York. - 1335 

Amor, love, I'amour; Love across the cen- 
turies (L'amour a travers les siecles), grand 
spectacular, musical, and descriptive dramatic 
and poetical ballet, libretto composed by 
Luigi Manzotti, music specially composed by 
Romualdo MarenCo. 

© Edmund Gerson, United States; 1886: 
5269, Mar. 5. 1336 

Amor (El) mismo; boceto de comedia en 1 acto 
y en prosa, original de J. Arias Hernanz. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1914. 
22 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17. 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38198; Jose Arias Hernanz, Madrid. 1336a 



Amor (El) tardio; drama rom^ntico en 3 actos, 
de A. Instia y A. Hernandez Cata. Madrid, 
Societlad de autores espaiioles, 1915. 169 p. 
12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41096; Alberto Instia y Alfonso Hernandez 
Cata, Madrid. 1336b 

Amor (El) y el gabinete; juguete comico en 1 
acto y en prosa [de] J. Montenegro y Penela. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1908, 
34 p. 12°. 

© Jose Montenegro y Penela, Madrid; 
D: 13464, July 25, 1908; 2c.vJuly 25, 1908. 

1337 

Amor y flores; sainete lirico en 1 acto y en 
prosa, original de J. G. Renovales, mtisica del 
maestro Manuel Quislant. Madrid, Sociedad 
de autores espaiioles, 1912. 43 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31582 ; 
Juan G. Renovales, Madrid. 1338 

Amor y gloria; comedia lirica en 1 acto, di- 
vidido en 4 cuadros, en prosa, original de M. 
Garrido, mvisica del maestro Teodoro San 
Jo.se. INIadrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 
1914. 37 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40089; Manuel Garrido, Madrid. 1338a 

Amor y poesia; comedia en 1 acto y 2 cuadros, 
en prosa y verso, original de M. de L'Hotel- 
lerie Falloisse. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1910. 30 p. 12°. 

© May 23, 1910; 2c. May 24, 1910; D: 
21138; Manuel de L'Hotellerie Falloisse, 
Madrid. 1339 

Amor y vino; juguete comico en 1 acto original, 
en prosa y verso [por] G. Peraita y E. Armen- 
god. Madrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 
1908. 35 p. 12° 

© Gabino Peraita and Emilio Armengod. 
Madrid; D : 13870, Sept. 21, 1908; 2c. Sept. 21, 
1908. 1340 

Amorcage (L'); comedie legSre en 3 actes, de L. 

Xanrof et G. Guerin. 185 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Feb. 8, 1910 ; D : 20140 ; Leon Xanrof 

and Gaston Gueriu, France. 1341 

Amore (L') dei tre re; poema tragico in 3 atti, 

di Sem Benelli. Milano, Fratelli Treves [1910] 

4 p. 1., 118 p. 12°. 

© Mav 1, 1910 ; 2c. May 2, 1910 ; D : 20929 ; 
S. Benelli, Milan. 1342 

musica di Italo Montemezzi. Milano, 

G. Ricordi & co. [1913] 36 p. 12°. 

© May 3, 1913 ; 2c. May 5, 1913 ; D : 33136 ; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 1343 

tragic poem in 3 acts, by Sem Benelli, Eng- 



lish version by R. H. Elkins, music by Italo 
Montemezzi. New York, G. Ricordi & co. 
[1913] 61 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 23, 1913; 2c. Dec. 24, 1913; D: 
35428 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 1344 



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Amore e dolore; drarama in 2 atti, per 11. 
Soriano. Newark, Rando press, 1913. 52 p. 
12°. 

© July 10, 1913; Ic. June 25, 1913; Ic. July 
7, 1913; D: 33735; Rocco Soriano, Newark, 
N. J. 1345 

Amore e perdizione. Sec Liebe und verderben. 

Amore fatale. See Segreto (II) dell' assas- 
sino. 

Amore (L') m.edico. See Doctor Cupid. 

Am.ores (Los) de un sonam^bulo; juguete c6mico 
en 1 acto y eu prosa, original [de] F. Poza 
Matesanz. Madrid, R. Velasco, 1907. 31 p. 
12°. 

© Faustino Poza Matesanz, Madrid; D: 
11481, Oct. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 7, 1907. 1346 

Amorita; opera comlque in 3 acts, libretto by 
Genee and Riegen, uuisic by Alpbouse Czi- 
bulka, tr. and adapted by Geo. Goldinark and 
Sydney Rosenfeld. 

© Heinricli Conried, New York ; 1885 : 18895, 
Sept. 7; 2c. Nov. 21. 1347 

Amorosi fratelli; opera, di D. Vaninetti. [54] 
p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Nov. 2, 1911 ; D : 256G2 ; Daniele Vani- 
netti, Medford, N. Y. 1348 

Amour, or, The Arabian nights, a spectacular 
drama in 4 acts. 

© C. R. Gardiner and J. H. McCulloch, 
Philadelphia ; 1876 : 8337, July 13. 1349 

Amour (L') a quinze ans; fantaisie en 1 acta 
[par] Serge Basset. Paris, C. Joubert. 29 p. 
12°. 

© Aug. 1, 1909 ; 2c. Aug. 2, 1909 ; D : 166S5 ; 
Joubert, Paris. 1350 

Amour (L') a travers les siecles. See Amor, 
love, I'amour. 

Amour (L') buissonnier; comedie en 2 actes, 
par Roman Cool us [pseud, of R. C. Weill] 
20 p. (Supplement gratuit au no. 2974 du 
Monde illustre, 28 mars 1914) 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Apr. 16, 1914; D: 
36720; R. Weill, Paris. 1350a 

Amour d' artiste (Artist's love); musical com- 
edy in 1 act and 2 scenes, books, lyrics, and 
music by R. C. Michel. [1], 30 p. 4°. [Li- 
bretto only] Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 26, 1912; D: 30638; Rodolphe 
C. Michel, New York. 1351 

Amour (L') de 1' Apache (The love of the 
Apache); pantomime, by L. Paiges. [14] p. 
8". Ms. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1912; D: 28596; Les Paiges. 
San Francisco. 1352 



Amour (L') de I'artiste; drama, 1 act, 2 scenes, 
by G. jMolasso. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1910; D: 21308; Giovanni 
Molasso, New York. 1353 

Amour (L') defendu; comedie en 3 actes, par 
P. Wolff. 28 p. (L'lllustration theatrale, T 
annOe, 196, 23 decembre 1911) 

© Dec. 23, 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 12, 1912 ; D : 28289 ; 

■ Pierre Wolff, Paris. 1354 

Amour (L') en banque; comedie-fantaisiste en 3 
actes et 4 tableaux [par] L. Artus. Paris, 
Libra irie theatrale, 1908. 204 p. 12°. 

© Louis Artus, Paris; D : 12123, Jan. 6, 

1908 ; 2c. Jan. 7, 1908. 1355 

Same. Paris, Monde illustre, 1911. 36 p. 4°. 

© Sept. 2, 1911 ; 2c. Sept. 30, 1911 ; D : 25353 ; 
Louis Artus, Paris. 1356 

Amour (L') en cage; comedie en 3 actes, par 
A. de Lorde, Funck-Brentano et J. MarsMe. 
32 p. (Supplement gratuit au no. 2867 du 
Monde illustrg, 9 mars 1912) 

© Mar. 9, 1912 ; 2c. Mar. 23, 1912 ; D : 29132 ; 
A. de Lorde. Funck-Brentano et J. Marsele, 
Paris. 1357 

Amour et patrie. See Love and country. 

Amour et piston; vaudeville militaire en 2 actes 
et 4 tableaux [par] Marcel Guillemaud et 
Jacques Bernou. Paris, C. Joubert [1909] 
79 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 30, 1909 ; 2c. Oct. 4, 1909 ; D : 16998 ; 
C. Joubert, Paris. 1358 

Amovir (L') libre; operette ai'istophanesque, en 
4 actes, par Edouard Adenis, musique de 
Rodolphe Berger. Paris, Louis Digonde-Dio- 
det, 1912. 142 p. 12°. [Libretto] 

© Apr. 19, 1912 ; 2c. Apr. 20, 1912 ; D : 29426 ; 
Louis Digonde-Diodet, Paris. 1359 

Amour (L') medecin. See Doctor Cupid. 

Amour mendiant; comedie en 1 acte, en vers, 
par Emile Bessiere. Marseille, France, Edi- 
tion nouvelle [1910] 32 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 24, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 20, 1910 ; D : 22858 ; 
Bessiere, Marseille, France. 1360 

Amour posthume. See Ultim^atum (L'). 

Amour (L') qui tue. See Love (The) that 
kills. 

Amour (L') sur la branche; comedy in 4 acts, 
by Theodore Barri&re and Teissier, of Paris. 

© Frederic Delgado, Brooklyn ; 1872 : 7269, 
July 8. 1361 

Amour tzigane; opera -comique en 3 actes, mu- 
sique de Franz Lehar, adaptation frangaise 
de Jean Benedict et H. Gauthier-Villars. 
Paris, M. Eschig, 1912. 114 p. 16°. [Text 
only] 

© Apr. 20, 1912 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1912 ; D : 29438 ; 
Max Eschig, Paris. 1362 



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Amulet (The) See Romany (The) trail. 

Amulet (The) of Kos; a musical extravaganza 
hi 3 acts, book aud lyrics by F. Merrill. 93 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Franlv Merrill, Minneapolis; D : 426G0, 
Apr. 1, 190S; 2c. Apr. 3, 1908. 1375 

Am.usenient (The) bureau; comedy in 1 act, 
by A. Cowles aud H. Royton. [1], 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1913 ; D : 33441 ; Albert Cowles 
and Helen Royton, Far Rockaway, N. Y, 1376 

Amusing the baby; sketch :for two males, by 
Frank Dumont. 8 p. 12". 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York ; D : 6043, 
Dec. 28, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 27, 1904. 1377 

Amy, a child of the circus; a drama in 4 acts, 
by Miron LefEngwell. Chicago, Chicago manu- 
script CO., 1909. 53 p. f. Mimeographed. 

© Alexander Byers, Chicago ; D : 14493, Dec. 
Walsh. 10, 190S; 2c. Jan. 11, 1909. 1378 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklyn; 1899:17148, Amy Dorrit (Little Dorrit); a drama in 4 acts. 



Amour (L') veille; com^die en 4 actes [par G.-A. 
de Ca ilia vet et R. de Flers. Paris, Impr. de 
rillustratlon] 1907. 2 p. 1., 90 p. 12°. 

© G. A. de Caillavet and Robert de Flers, 
Paris; D : 11674, Nov. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 7, 1907. 

1363 

Amourette (L'); pi&ce en 3 actes, de P. Veber. 
Paris, P. V. Stock, 1905. 152 p. 16". 

© P. V. Stock, Paris; D : 7142, Aug. 22, 
1905; 2c. Aug. 22, 1905. 1364 

Amoureuse; comedy in 3 acts, by Georges de 
Porto-Riche, put into English by Charles Al- 
fred Byrne. 96 p. 4". Printed. 

© F. Rullman, New York ; D : 5749, Nov. 10, 
1904; 2c. Nov. 10, 1904. 1365 

by M, Walsh. 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklyn; 1890:10046, 
Feb. 2. 1366 

(Love sick); comedy in 3 acts, by M. 



Mar. 6. 
— See also Cupid's rival. 



1367 



Amours d' un pasha; a drama in 5 acts, rev. 
and amplified by W. Busch. 

© William Busch, St. Louis; 1887:7135, 
Mar. 26; 2c. Apr. 7. - 1368 

drama in 1 act, by W. Bush. 



© William Bush, United States; 1877: 7956, 
July 9 ; 2c. Oct. 5. 1369 

Amours (Les) de Cleopatra. See Miss Cleo- 
patra. 

Amphibious (The) lover; land or sea, which 
shall it be? an operetta in English. 

© Charlotte Ida Franklin, Shrewsbury, N. 
J. : 1878 : 10626, Sept. 14. 1370 

Amphitryon; lustspiel von Heinrich von Kleist, 
fiir die blihne eingerichtet und neu herausge- 
geben von G. Stommel. Hamburg, Verlagsge- 
sellschaft Hamburg, m. b. h., 1911. xxiii, 90 
p. 8°. 

© Nov. 30, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1911 ; D : 28128 ; 
Gottfried Stommel, Diisseldorf, Germany. 

^ 1371 

Amputation (The); drama in 4 acts, by B. Hen- 
nessy. 50 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1911; D : 23041 ; Earl Hen- 
nessy, Chicago. 1372 

Same. 62 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 13, 1911; D: 24684; Earl Hen- 
uessy, Chicago. 1373 

Amra, a trag'edy and spectacle; a book for an 
opera in 2 acts, by H. M. Brown. 106 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Horace Manchester Brown, Milwaukee; 
D : 3243, Apr. 4, 1903 ; 2c. Dec. 18, 1905. 1374 



founded upon Chas. Dickens' story, by John 
Brougham. New York, 1873. 

© F. B. Dobson, United States ; 1873 : 13824, 
Nov. 29. 1379 

Amy Robsart; an historical play in 6 acts and 
4 tableaux, dramatized by J. Melville Snyder. 

© Julia Melville Snyder, San Francisco; 
1884 : 18S36, Sept. 19 ; 2c. Sept. 28, 1885. 

1380 

a play in 6 acts, dramatized from Sir Wal- 



ter Scott's Kenilworth, by Mrs. W.A.Vigoreux. 

© Mrs, W. A. Vigoreux, San Francisco 
1884:20691, Oct. 14. 1381 

a tragedy in 5 acts, dramatized from Vic 



tor Hugo's [dramatization of Scott's] Kenil 
worth, by Mrs. W. A. Vigoreux. 

© Mrs. W. A. Vigoreux, San Francisco 
1881 : 19913, Dec. 22. 1382 

Amy, the prison flower; an original comedy 
drama in 5 acts and 7 pictures, dramatized 
on episodes from Charles Dickens' story of 
Little Dorrit, by Edmvmd Coleman. 

© Martha Wren Collins, Cincinnati; 1887: 
30830, Nov. 29. 1383 

Anahuac; mediaeval romance, by E. Weston. 
[25] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1911; D: 25458; Edith Wes- 
ton, St. Louis. 1384 

Anarchist; comedy playlet in 1 scene, by H. S. 
Sheldon. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1909; D: 17064; Harry So- 
phus Sheldon, Chicago. 1385 

a drama of American modern life in 4 acts, 

by J. Bonner. 

© John Bonner, San Francisco; 1888: 
11596, Apr. 20. 1386 



5379—15- 



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1406 



Anarchist — Continued. 

a dramatic sketch in 1 act, by G. B. Seitz. 

38 p. 4°. JNIs. 

© Ic. July 29, 1909; D: 16415; Geo. B. 

Seitz, Minot, Mass. 1387 

■play in 1 act, by F. M. Lightner. [1], 16 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 15, 1913 ; D : 35348 ; Frances M. 
Lightner, Detroit. 1388 

Anarchist Island. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Stanley Waterloo, Chicago ; D : 8764, 
June 28, WOO ; 2c. June 28, 1906. 1389 

Anarchists (The); a comedy of adventure in 3 
acts, by G. B. Seitz. [150] p. f". Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1910; D: 21808; George 
Brackett Seitz, Minot, Mass. 1390 

Anarchists (The) of Chicago. Sec Wag-es. 

Anarchy. See Paul Kauvar. 

Anastacia; 4 act domestic drama, by D. A. 
Reynolds. [3], 86 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1913; D: 33483; D. A. 
Reynolds, New York. 1391 

Anathema; ti-agedy in 7 scenes, by Leonid An- 
dreyev, authorized tr. by Herman Bernstein. 
New York, Macmillan co., 1910. [6], 211 p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 12, 1910; 2c. Oct. 14, 1910; D: 
22284 ; Macmillan co., New York. 1393 

tr. by H. Bernstein, 

© Herman Bernstein, Brooklyn; D : 15541, 
Apr. 5, 1909. 1393 

Anatol; a sequence of dialogues, by Arthur 
Schnitzler, paraphrased for the English stage 
by Granville Barker. New York, M. Ken- 
uerley, 1911. 3 p. 1., 125 p. 12°. 

© May 4, 1911; 2c. June 27, 1911; A: 
292163; Mitchell Kennerley, New York. 1394 

Anatomical (The) enigma. See Supper (A) 
of swords. 

Ancestor (The); a play, by H. M. O. Conwell. 
© H. M. O'Kane Conwell, Larchmont, N. Y. ; 
D : 7439, Oct. 21, 1905. 1395 

Ancestor -worshippers; play in 3 acts, by M. J. 
Newman. 57 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1909 ; D : 17640 ; Mordecai 
Jesse Newman, Chicago. 1396 

Ancestral (An) quintet; by J. L. Andrews. 
17 p. 24°. 

© Julia Lincoln Andrews, Hartford; D: 
1765, Apr. 19, 1902; 2c. Apr. 21, 1902. 1397 

Ancestress (The) See Ancetre (L') 



Ancetre (L') (The ancestress); lyric drama in 
3 acts [English version C. T. Mason] music 
by Camille Saint Saeus. New York, Charles 
E. Burden. 27 p. 4°. 

© Dec. 20. 1911; 2c. Dec. 21, 1911; D: 
28206 ; C. E. Burden, New York. 1398 

Anchorage (The); a play, by A. R. Haven. 

© Albert Roland Haven, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
• 1890:19878, June 19. 1399 

Anchored; comedy-drama in 2 pictures and 2 
acts, by M. Z. Jaffa. [2], 102 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1912; D: 30405; M. Z. Jaffa, 
Los Angeles. 1400 

■ a musical review in 2 acts, by C. Davis and 



F. M. Witmark. 

© Collin Davis and Frank M. Witmark, 
Chicago; D : 3022, Feb. 20, 1903. 1401 

Anchorite (The); a play in 6 acts and 12 
scenes, by W. Osgood. 

© Whitman Osgood, Washington; 1887: 
30S29, Nov. 29. 1402 

Anciano, la lengua ten; extremes zorrillesco 
original y en verso, letra de A. Sanchez Car- 
rere, mlisica de Modesto Romero. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espauoles] 1913. 22 p. 
12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
3C551; Adolfo Sanchez Carrere, Madrid. 

1402a 

Ancient America. See Arizona. 

Ancient order of knights of chivalry; a bur- 
lesque initiation in 1 scene, by O. E. Young. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1906. 29 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 8984, 
Aug. 22, 1906; 2c. Oct. 16, 1906. 1403 

And along came Pauline; playlet in 1 act, by 
S. E. Koner. [1], 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1914; D: 37773; Samuel E. 
Koner, New York. 1403a 

And company; comedy in 1 act, by A. Hoffman. 
10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 29, 1915 ; D : 41359 ; Aaron Hoff- 
man, New York. 1403b 

And George did it; play in 1 act, by A. Colby. 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. IS, 1913; D: 32710; Archie 
Colby, New York. 1404 

And he did; farce comedy, by R. Stovel. 17 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1910 ; D : 21025 ; Rex Stovel. 
San Francisco. 1405 

And he didn't shoot the gun off neither; by 
Juuie McCree. 18 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1909; D: 16798; M. M. 
Thomas and W. M. Fuller, New York. 1406 



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1425 



And he made good; play in 1 act, by Anne 
Snowden. [1], 33 p. 4°. Tyi^iewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1914; D: 37320; Howell 
Snowden, Oxnard, Cal. 1406a 

And his wife came in; play in 1 act, by G. S. 
Walworth. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1913; D: 34618; George S. 
Walworth, New York. 1407 

And it came to pass; a sketch by G. C. Cook. 
23 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Gertrude Cbadwick Cook, San Francisco ; 
D : 15293, Mar. S, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1909. 

1408 

Same. 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 e. Mar. 22, 1910; D : 20541 ; Gertrude 
Chadwick Cook, San Francisco. 1409 

And it wasn't the least what the gentleman 
meant; play in 3 acts and 4 scenes, by F. 
Noi'dstrom. [90] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1912; D: 29368; Frances 
Nordstrom, Washington. 1410 

And lemon pie intermittingly, and the song 
of the lemon picker. 

© Jesse Lauhie Dellenbaugh, Salem O. ; 
1900 A: 24227, Sept. 29. 1411 

And Mary did; farcical comedy in 4 acts, by 
F. H. Babcock. 118 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1915 ; D : 39420 ; Fred Hayes 
Babcock, Chicago. 1411a 

And now mother wants to vote; farcical com- 
edy in 1 setting, by T. W. Wharmby. 3 v. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© 1 c. July 22. 1913; D: 33863; Thomas 
Washington Wharmby, New York. 1412 

And Pippa dances. See Dramatic (The) works 
of Gerhart Hauptmann. 

And she never told a lie; play in 1 act, by 
J. Cunningham. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Dec. 21. 1910; D:228S6; James 
Cunningham, New York. 1413 

And so they v/ere married; comedy of the new 
woman, by Jesse Lynch Williams. New- Y'ork. 
Charles Scribner's sons, 1914. 5 p. I., 242 p. 
8". 

© Oct. 17, 1914 ; 2c. Oct. 21, 1914 ; D : 38099 : 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 1413a 

And son; by K. Abbott, drama in 4 acts. 21 p. 
8°. 

© 1 c. Oct. 29, 1909; D: 17253; Keene 
Abbott, Omaha, Neb. 1414 

And the critic passeth by; a satiric pastel in 
1 act, by I. K. Moyse. 5 p. f. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1913; D: 32190; Isador K. 
Moyse, New York. 1414a 



And the floods came; farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Koblitz. [99] p. f". Typewritten. 

© 1 c. May 6, 1914; D: 36953; Albert 
Koblitz, Cleveland. 1414b 

farce in 3 acts, by A. Koblitz. [110] p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1913; D: 34166; Albert 
Koblitz, Cleveland. 1415 

And the greatest of these; dramatic sketch, by 
E. Clifton. 11 p. f;. Tyiiewritten. 

© 1 c. July 18, 1911 ; D : 24714 ; Ethel Clif- 
ton, New York. 1416 

And the greatest of these is charity; by E. 
Stehli. 78 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Dec. 3. 1909 ; D : 17600 ; Edgar Stehli, 
Montclair, N. J. 1417 

And the lamp went out; pantomime in 1 act, 
by Jessie Palmer Pierce. Lebanon, O., March 
brothers [1913] 14 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 21, 1913; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1913; D: 
34858; March bros., Lebanon, O. 1418 

And the tempest raged; play in 3 acts, by 
J. W. Evans. 52 p. f". Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Dec. 18, 1909; D: 17746; James W. 
Evans, Spokane. Wash. 1419 

And the villain still pursued her; farce in 3 
acts, by Joseph Le Brandt. 81 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© 1 c. Dec. 4, 1909 ; D : 17616 ; Perkins D. 
Fisher, Newton, Mass. 1420 

And thereby hangs a tale; comedy by E. Knob- 
lauch. [2], 139 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© 1 c. June 14, 1910; D: 21336; Edward 
Knoblauch, New York. 1421 

And they married. See Polly's burglar. 

And they voted for women; satyrical farce in 
1 act. by A. D. Leveridge. [39] p. 24°. 
Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1911; D: 25386; Athos D. 
Leveridge, New York. 1422 

And what happened then? a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Strong. [81] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Austin Strong, Philadelphia ; D : 10227, 
Mar. 28, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1907. 1423 

And why not? by M. Clover and L. Conly. 91 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1909; D : 17572 ; Luella 
Conly, Pasadena, and Madge Clover, Los 
Angeles. 1424 

Andaluces (Los); juguete comico en 1 acto y 
en prosa, originnl de M. Romerales Lozano. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1912. 
36, [2] p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912; D: 31.566; 
Manuel Eomerales Lozano, Madrid. 1425 



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1445 



Andalucia; dramatic composition, by Enrico 
Manofuerte. 

© Ferdinand Warnlve, Berlin; 1896:67139, 
Dec. 9. 1426 

Andalusia; libretto for a comic opera in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by Friars Valentine [pseud, of 
Percy Friars Valentine] [84] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1913; D: 34867; Percy Friars 
Valentine, San Francisco. 1427 

Andere (Der); scbauspiel in 4 aufziigen, von 
Paul Liudau. 

© Emanuel Lederer, New York; 1893: 10153, 
Feb. 25. 1428 

tragiscbe komodie, von Julius Bab. Berlin, 



S. Fischer, 1907. 158 p. 12°. 
© S. Fiscber, verlag, Berlin ; D : 9026, Sept. 

I, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 31, 1906. 1429 

Andere (Die) halfte; drama in 3 akten, von 
Franz Kaibel. Berlin, Vita, deutsches ver- 
lagsbaus. 74 p. 12°. 

© Vita, deutscbes verlagsbaus, Berlin; D: 
9825, Jan. 21, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 22, 1907. 1430 

Andersen; mJircbenspiel in 7 verwandlungen 
und einem vor- uud nachspiel, von L. Nowak 
und I. Kwapil, das bucb fiir die deutscbe 
biibne von Euiil Kliiger, musik von Oscar Ned- 
bal. Leipzig, Josef Weinberger [1914] 27 p. 
12°. 

© Feb. 28,1914 ; 2c. July 11,1914 ; D : 37-537 ; 
Josef Weinberger, Leipzig. 1430a 

Anderson's extra; a comedy in 1 act, by G. 
Moyston. 

© Guy Moyston, Memphis, Tenn. ; D : 15899, 
May 20, 1909. 1431 

Anderson ville; or, The scout's last shot, a 
military drama in 5 acts, by T. N. Wilson. 

© T. N. W^ilson, Dayton, O. ; 1883:6927, 
Apr. 12. 1432 

Anderson ville, on picket or in prison; by E. C. 
Parsons. [25] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Edward C. Parsons, Granite City, 111.; 
D : 7118, Aug. 16, 1905 ; 2c. Aug. 16, 1905. 

1433 

Andrea Chenier; a musical drama in 4 acts, 

libretto by Luigi Illica, music by Umberto 

Giordano. New York, S. French & son [1896] 

© J. H. Mapleson, London; 1896:61861, 

Nov. 12 ; 2c. Nov. 12. 1434 

Andrea del Sarto; drama in 3 akten, nach 
Alfred de Musset. frei bearbeitet von Paul 
Braun. 120 p. 12°. 

© Maurice Magnus, Berlin ; D : 7697, Dec. 

II, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 18, 1906. 1435 



Andreas Hofer; drama in 5 akten, von Walter 
Lutz. Stuttgart, Die Lese verlag, g. m. b h. 
125 p. 8°. 

© Jan. 14, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 11, 1913 ; D : 35340 ; 
Die Lese, g. m. b. h., Stuttgart, Germany. 

1436 

Andreas Hofer, the Tyrolean patriot; a play in 
4 acts, by M. B. Crowninshield. 

© Mary Bradford Crowninshield, United 
States; 1895:23266, Apr. 27. 1437 

Andrew Jackson; a drama in 5 acts, by E. Fitz- 
maurice. 

© Edward Fitzmaurice, Chicago ; 1891 : 
39697, Nov. 5. 1438 

Same. Typewritten. 

© Edward Fitzmaurice, Chicago; 1898: 
6737, Jan. 20; 2c. Jan. 20; 2c. Oct. 28, 1901 
(printed). 1439 

a play in 3 acts. 

I© David Potter, Mare Island, Cal. ; D : 5666, 
Oct. 20, 1904. 1440 

Andrew Johnson; tragedy in 3 acts, by W. 
Goodman. [55] p. f°. Typewritten. 

-© Ic. Feb. 26, 1913; D: 32431; W^m. Good- 
man, Milwaukee. 1441 

Androcles and the lion; fable play in 3 acts, by 
[George] B. Shaw. London, Constable and 
company, ltd., 1913. [2], 46 p. 16°. 

© Ic. Aug. 30, 1913; D: 34282; Bernard 
Shaw, Loudon. 1442 

Andromache; drama in 1 aufzuge, mit benut- 

zung eines fragmentes des Seneca, von Ernst 

von Possart. Berlin, A. Ahn [1904] 34 p. 8°. 

© Albert Ahn, Cologne, Germany; D : 5452. 

Aug. 17, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 17, 1904. 1443 

mit erkliirenden anmerkungen,vou N.Weck- 

lein. Leipzig und Berlin, B. G. Teubuer, 1911. 
91, [1] p. 8°. 

© Feb. 15, 1911; 2c. May 10, 1911; A-For- 
eign 2911 ; B. G. Teubner, Leipzig. 1443a 

tragedy in 5 acts, by Racine, tr. into English 

prose by Frederic Lyster. New York, F. Rull- 
man. 

© F. Rullman, New York ; 1894 : 18303, Apr. 
7 ; 2c. May 21. 1444 

Andromaque; tragedie par Jenn Racine, ed. by 
Colbert Searles. Boston, New York [etc.] 
Ginn and company [1914] xxviii, 144 p. inch 
front, (port.) 16°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 4, 1914 ; A : 369555 ; 
Colbert Searles, Palo Alto, Cal 1444a 

Androwna Pawlowna; tragedy in 5 acts, by G. 
Lassar. New York, 1886. 

© George Lassar, New Haven; 1886:3251, 
Feb. 6. 1445 



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1467 



Androwna Pawlowna — Continued. 

Same. 81 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Lassar, New Yorl? ; D: 2068, June 



30, 1902; 2c. June 16. 1902. 



1446 



Andy Freckles, the mischievous boy; farce 
comedy in 1 act, by Bert C. Rawley. Clyde, 
O.. Ames publishing company [1898] 12". 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1898 : 9370, Feb. 
3 ; 2c. Feb. 9. 1447 

Andy Rooney's legacy; Irish comedy in 4 acts, 
by D. J. Sbea. [69] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 16, 1912; D: 29690; Dennis J. 
Shea, Brighton, Mass. 1448 

Andy Ryan; comedy in 3 acts, by A. Carr and 
his assistant author. 

© Albert Carr, New York; 1874:1270.8. 
Oct. 12. 1449 

Ane (L') de Buridan; comedie en 3 actes, par 
R. de Flers et G. A. de Caillavet. 1 p. 1., 94 p. 
12°. 

© Robert de Flers et G. A. de Caillavet, 
Paris; D: 15690, Apr. 23, 1909; 2c. Apr. 23, 
1909. 1450 

Anello (L') incantato. See Mago (II) delle 
Alpi. 

Anfang gut — alles gut! vaterlandisches volks- 
stiick mit gesaug in 4 akten, von Gerhard 
Preuss. musik von Max Roth. Berlin-Wilmers- 
dorf, Felix Bloch erben, 1914. 86 p. 8°. 
[Text only] 

© 1 c. Oct. 22. 1914 ; D : 38585 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. 1450a 

Ange (Un); comedie en 3 actes, par A. Capus. 
(L'lllustration theatrale, no 137, 22 Janvier 
1910.) 

© Jan. 22, 1910 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1910 ; D : 20869 ; 
Alfred Capus, Paris. 1451 

See also Theatre complet; [de] Alfred 



Capus. t. 7. 

Ange (li') du foyer; comedie en 3 actes, de 
Gaston Armand de Caillavet et Robert de 
Flers. Paris, Librairie theatrale, 1905. 2 p. 1., 
178 p. 12". 

© G. A. de Caillavet and Robert de Flers, 
Paris; D : 7164, July 28, 1905; 2 c. July 28, 
1905. 1452 

Ange (L') gardien; comedie en 3 actes, par A. 
Picard. (L'lllustration theatrale, no. 139, 26 
fevrier 1910.) 

© Feb. 26, 1910 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1910 ; D : 20666 ; 
Andre Picard, Paris. 1453 

Angel; a comedietta in 1 act, by G. W. and 
H. R. Walthew. Tjq^ewritten. 

© George W. and Helene Ripley Walthew, 
San Francisco; 1893:51141, Nov. 16; 2 c. 
Apr. 23, 1894. 1454 



Angel — Continued. 

a comedy in 1 act, by M. H. Lindeman. 

© M. H. Lindeman, New York ; 1899 : 2912, 
Jan. 6; 1 c. Jan. 6; 1 c. Feb. 10. 1455 

a drama in 3 acts, by L. Steffenone. 

© Luigi Steffenone, New York ; 1893 : 3629, 



Jan. 16. 



1456 



— musical farcical burlesque, written by I. 
Witmark and Fred B. Hawkins, original music 
by I. Witmark. 

© Isidor Witmark, New York; 1892:7373, 
Feb. 15. . 1457 

play in 1 act, by C. F. Ivins. [1], [23] p. 



4". Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1913; D 35423; Clifford F. 
Ivins, Red Bank, N. J. 1458 

— romantic play in 4 acts, by E. J. Swartz. 
© Edward J. Swartz, Philadelphia; 1882 



1103, Jan. 21. 



1459 



Angel (An) among devils; a sensational melo- 
drama in 5 acts and 9 scenes, by R. Baker 
and J. A. Murphy. 

© Richard Baker and James A. Murphy, 
Rochester, N. Y. ; D : 9822, Jan. 21, 1907. 

1460 

Angel (The) and the ox; a di'ama, by J. A. 
Preston. [63] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© 1 c. May 23, 1910; D: 21122; John A. 
Preston, Fort Wayne, Ind. 1461 

Angel (The) and the prodigal; a drama in 4 
acts, by W. V. Breyer. Typewritten. 

© W. V. Breyer, North Platte, Neb. ; 1899 : 
68737, Oct. 23; 2 c. Oct. 23. 1462 

Angel (The) and the vampire. 

© Charles Stewart Booth, New Orleans; 
D : 10282, Apr. 5, 1907. 1463 

Angel (An) bride; a dramatization of Marie 
Corelli's novel Ardath, by H. T. Macrery. 

© Henry Talbot Macrery, Brooklyn; 1896: 
70213, Dec. 26. 1464 

Angel (El) bueno; drama en 1 acto y en prosa, 
de X. Cabello y Lnpiedra. Madrid, Sociedad 
de autores espaiioles, 1909. 25 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17455 ; Xavier Cabello y Lapiedra, Madrid. 

1465 

Angel girl; play in 1 act, by A. L. Bethel. [3], 
13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1911; D: 23425; Allan 
Lewis Bethel, St. Louis. 1466 

Angel (An) in disguise; vaudeville sketch in 1 
act, by M. H. Pike. 

© Manlev Herbert Pike, Augusta, Me. ; D : 
7033, July 25, 1905. 1467 



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1490 



Angel (The) in tlie house; comedy in 3 acts, by 
Eden Phillpotts and Basil MacDonald Hast- 
ings. New York, S. French; London, S. 
French, ltd. 96 p. 12". 

© July 29, 1915; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1915; D: 
41386; Samuel French, ltd., LoiTdon. 1467a 

Angel Molly (of-the-dust-pan) ; comedy-drama 
in 4 acts and 6 scenes, by F. S. Hughes. [6], 
26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

(£) Frederic Sumner Hughes, Dobbs Ferry, 
N. Y.; D:7145, Aug. 22, 1905; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1905. 1468 

Angel (The) of deliverance; a drama of early 
Puritan days, in 4 acts, by E. R. Hawkes. 

© E. R. Hawkes, Uxbridge, Mass.; 1898: 
48950, Aug. 20; 2 c. Sept. 8. 1469 

Angel (The) of Devil's Gulch; by Richard E. 
Harcourt [pseud, of by F. A. Paillou]. [20] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Oct. 30, 1911 ; D : 25676 ; F. A. Paillou, 
St. Louis. 1470 

Angel (The) of Lonesome Hill; by F. Landis. 
12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1910 ; D : 22906 ; Frederick 
Landis, Logansport, Ind, 1471 

Angel (An) of mercy; or. Saved by an enemy, 
a romantic comedy-drama in 4 acts, by B. G. 
Cross. [48] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Belle Gold Cross, New York; D : 3321, 
Apr. 21, 1903 ; 2 c. Apr. 21, 1903. 1472 

Angel (The) of peace; or. The story of Vene- 
zuela, a drama in 3 acts for schools and aca- 
demies, by P. T. Carew. Newark, N. J., P. T. 
Carew, 1896. 

© Paul T. Carew, Newark, N. J.; 1896: 
28669, May 11. 1473 

Angel (The) of Piety flat; a romantic play in 
4 acts, by E. J. Swartz. 

© Edward J. Swartz, Philadelphia; 1S81 : 
18196, Nov. 23. 1474 

Angel of the fields; a romantic drama in 4 acts, 

by W. H. Carson. [127] p. 4". Typewritten, 

© William Henry Carson, New York; D: 

6909, July 5, 1905 ; 2c. July 5, 1905. 1475 

Angel (The) of the mines; play of the coal fields 
in 4 acts, by Jean Barrymore. 71 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© United amusement co., Erie, Pa.; D: 
8523. May 14, 1906 ; 2c. June 29, 1906. 1476 

Angel (The) of the poor. 

© Julia Romaine Marks, New York ; D : 
3768, July 29, 1903. 1477 

original dramatic composition in 4 acts, by 

Scott Marble. [2], 71 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 20, 1910 ; D : 22871 ; Rose Win- 
niett, Brooklyn. 1478 



Angel (The) of the trail; a drama of western 
life in 3 acts, by H. Hall. 

© Howard Hall, New York ; D : 13276, July 
2, 1908. 1479 

a 4 act drama, by H. Hall. 

© Howard Hall, New York ; D : 11124, Aug. 
6, 1907. 1480 

Angel (The) of Trenton. See Hessian (A) 

Angela; a play in 4 acts, adapted by A. Cuyas 
and D. Ottolengui. New York. 

© A. Cuyas and D. Ottolengui, United 
States; 1875:973, Feb. 1. 1481 

a play in 3 acts, by L. B. Wells. 110 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Leila Burton Wells, Redlands, Cal. ; D : 
12366, Feb. 15, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 15, 1908. 1482 

•or, The triumph of love, a play in 5 acts, 



tr. from the Spanish and arr. for the stage, ex- 
pressly for Mary Anderson, by A. Cuyas and 

D. Ottolengui. Washmgton, D. C, 1877. 

© aiary Anderson, United States; 1877: 
3422, jNIar. 21. 1483 

Angela Teresa; an original comedy in 3 acts, by 
George P. Bancroft. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Bourehier, London ; 1897 : 45615, 
Aug. 12 ; 2c. Aug. 12. 1484 

Angela's substitute; farce in 3 acts, by P. A. 
Hord. [41] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1912; D: 28903; Parker A. 
Hord, Washington. 1485 

Angele; a drama in 5 acts, tr. and adapted to 
the American stage, by E. D. Price. 
© E. D. Price, Detroit ; 1876 : 4286, Apr. 10. 

1486 

Angeles (Los) mandan; comedia Ifrica en un 
prologo y 3 cuadros, original de Eduardo 
Montesinos y Luis Linares Becerra, mfisica 
del maestro Geronimo Gimenez. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espa Soles, 1912. 50 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31583 ; 

E. Jlontesinos y L. Linares Becerra, Madrid. 

1487 

Angelic (The) devil; dramatic composition in 
4 acts, by E. T. Gibson. 20 p. f". Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16354 ; Edward T. 
Gibson, Brooklyn. 1488 

Angelic (The) imp; a comedy in 3 acts founded 
u])0u the Italian Na santarella, by Petrino B. 
Mattia. [3], 105 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Petrino Mattia, Newark, N. J. ; D : 1720, 
Apr. 10. 1902 ; 2c. Apr. 10, 1902. 1489 

Angelic (The) Mr. Atwater; a sketch by H. F. 
Bagg. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Helen F. Bagg, Chicago; D : 11245, Aug. 
27, 1907; 2c. Aug. 27, 1907. 1490 



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1513 



Ang'elica; romantic drama in 4 acts, by A. W. 

Dubourg. New York, Robert Drummoud, 1S92. 

© A. W. Dubourg, London; 1892:10652, 

Mar. 9; 2c. Mar. 25. 1491 

Ang'elina, the fairies' queen; by H. Blandamer. 
{In Worcester west chronicle, Athol, Mass., 
.Tan. 2. 1902.) 

I© H. Blandamer, North Dana. Mass.; D: 
1166, Nov. 25, 1901 ; 2c. Jan. 4, 1902. 1492 

Ang-eline and her motlier; play in 3 acts, by 
Baruch Israeli. 90 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1911; D : 23677 ; B. Israeli, 
Washington. 1493 

Angelo; a drama in 5 acts, by L. J. Cella. 

© Louis J. Cella, Denver ; ISSl : 16930, Oct. 
31. 1494 

Ang-elo, tyrant of Padua; drama in 5 acts, by 
Victor Hugo, story in English and French by 
Charles Alfred Byrne. 27 p. 8°. 

© F. Eullman, New York ; D : 7666, Nov. 
11, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 12, 1905. 1495 

Angels (The); or. Mortals of sacrifice, a ro- 
mantic play in 3 acts, the principal incident 
founded on his own dramatization of Dickens' 
celebrated Tale of two cities, by J. Templeton. 
© John Templeton, New York ; 1873 : 9846. 
Sept. 2. 1496 

Angels and devils; a drama in 4 acts, by S. H. 
Speek. 

© Samuel H. Speek, New York; D : 4.380, 
Dec. 11, 1903. 1497 

Angel's (The) brother. 

© Charles Claiborne, New York; 1890: 
20061, June 21. 1498 

Angel's camp; a melodrama in 4 acts, by J. 
Keane. [96] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© James Keane, New York; D : 7606, Nov. 
23, 1905; 2c. Nov. 23, 1905. 1499 

Angel's (The) error; or, Zemach, the rabi's. 

© Abrahm Goldknopf, New York; D: 12007, 
Dec. 30, 1907. 1500 

Angel's passion; by E. Eliscu. 27 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Edward Eliscu, New York ; D : 5609, Oct. 
6, 1904; 2c. Oct. 6, 1904. 1501 

Angel's (An) sin; a drama in 1 act, by A. H. 
Laidlaw, jr. 

© Alex. H. Laidlaw, jr., New York; 1894: 
50619, Oct. 30 ; 2c. Oct. 30. 1502 

Angel's (An) visit; by William Lincoln Balch. 

© Theodor L. Sussmann, Boston ; D : 5289. 
July 13, 1904. 1503 



Angelus (The) 

© Edmund V. Phelan, Lynn, Mass. ; D : 499, 
May 22, 1901. 1504 

Same. Typewritten. 

© Lawrence Russell. Hartington, Neb.; 1900 
A : 6840, Mar. 14 ; 2c. Mar. 14. 1505 

a drama in 5 acts, by F. B. Devereux and 



J. C. Ver Planck. 

© F. Bohun Devereux and J. Campbell Ver 
Planck, United States ; 1881 : 11489, July 25. 

1506 

a dramatic composition in 3 acts, by F. 



Owen. 44 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Francis Owen, Reading, Pa. ; D : 8646, 
June 5, 1906; 2c. June 5, 1906. 1507 

an opera in a prologue and 4 acts, by Wil- 



frid Thornely. London, G. Ricordi & co., 1908. 
38 p. 8". 

© G. Ricordi & co., London ; D : 14456, Dec. 
4, 1908; 2c. Dec. 5, 1908. 1508 

— play in 1 act, by B. C. Mason. [2], 23 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 11, 1912 ; D : 31679 ; Ben C. Ma- 
son, Washington. 1509 

• play in 3 acts, by N. Twomey. [119] p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 31. 1911 ; D : 23231 ; Neil Twomey, 
Dorchester, Mass. 1510 

story of the Canadian woods in 1 act, by 



W. Montague. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1912 ; D : 29491 ; Walter Mon- 
tague, San Francisco. 1511 



— '■ — or. The power of the cross, dramatic play 
in prologue and 4 acts, by N. L. Waelchli. 
[1], 53 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 14, 1914; D : 37564 ; Noah Louis 
Waelchli, Allentown, Pa. 1511a 

Anges (Les) gardiens; comgdie en 4 actes, tiree 
du romnn de Marcel Prevost, par J. -J. Frappa 
et H. Dupuy-Mazuel. 44 p. (Supplement 
gratuit au no. 2966 du Monde illustrg, 31 Jan- 
vier 1914.) 

© Jan. 31, 1914; 2c. Feb. 17. 1914; D: 
36044; Jean-Jose Frappa and Henry Dupuy- 
Mazuel, Paris. 1511b 

Angie, the country girl; a comedy in 4 acts, 
adopted from An unequal match, by M. Gib- 
ney. 

© Morgan Gibney, Chicago; 1899:20.383, 
Mar. 20; 2c. Mar. 24. 1512 

Angiolina of the garden; or. The romantic 
Romany, a musical farcical comedy in 2 acts, 
book and lyrics by C. Vredenburg. 99 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Clarence Vredenburg, Chicago; D : 6707, 
May 22, 1905; 2c. May 22, 1905. 1513 



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1533 



Ang-lais (L') en une lecon; vaurleville en 1 acte 
[par] P. Lamarche. Paris, Librairie theatrale, 
1904. 30 p. 8°. 

© Pierre Lamarche, Paris; D : 5329, July 
23, 1904; 2c. July 23, 1904. 1514 

Ang'lais (L') tel qu'on le parle; vaudeville en 1 
acte, [par] Tristan Bernard. Paris, Librairie 
theatrale, 1900. 39 p. 12". 

© T. Bernard, France ; 1900 A : 703, Jan. 8 ; 
2c. Jan. 8. 1515 

Anglers (The); play in 4 acts, by G. W. Crane. 

© George W. Crane, New York; 1891: 

26315, July 23. 1516 

Anglo-American (An) alliance; a comedy in 2 
acts, by P. K. Clarke. 

© Proctor K. Clarke, Albany, Tex.; D: 
5667, Oct. 20, 1904. 1517 

Anglo-American (An) eugenic alliance; play 
in 1 act, by S. C. Loring. 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1915; D: 40472; Sylvester 
Chouteau Loring, San Francisco. 1517a 

Angoisse (L'); piece en 3 actes, par F. de Nion. 
20 p. 4", (Supplement an Monde illustr^, 20 
niai 1911.) 

© May 20, 1911; 2c. June 10, 1911; D: 
24448; Frangois de Nion, Paris. 1518 

Angora (The) cat; comedy in 4 acts, by Jacinto 
Benavente. adapted from the Spanish by 
Frank Ros and Wm. Dunn. [120] p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 22, 1911; D: 25291; W. Dunn 
Ros and Frank Ros, Toronto, Canada. 1519 

AngrifE (Der); schauspiel in 3 akten, von Henri 
Bernstein, deutsch von Paul Block. Wien, 
Comoedia, 1912. 124 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1913; D: 32594; Comoedia. 
Vienna. 1520 

Angst (Die) vor der ehe; operette in 3 akten. 
von Erich Urban und Louis Tauf stein, musik 
von N. C. von Reznicek. Berlin, Biihnen- 
verlag Ahn & Simrock, g. m. b. h., 1914. 
79 p. 8°. 

© Ic. June 8, 1914; D: 37256; Buhnenver- 
lag Ahn & Simrock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1520a 

Anheuser (The) push; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by Lee Johnson and Will Carleton. [82] 
p. f". Typewritten. 

© John Donigan. San Fi'ancisco; D:7041, 
July 27, 1905 ; 2c. July 27, 1905. 1521 

Animal (The) bandits in the great train rob- 
bery. H p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Edmund Martin, Chicago; D : 15443, Mar. 
25, 1909; 3'j. Mar. 25, 1909, Ic. Apr. 15, 1909. 

1522 



Animal convention; or, The barnyard protest, 
novel and humorous sketch for young folks, 
by Chas. Noel Douglas. New York, Chicago, 
[etc.] M. Witmark & sons, 1905. 15 p. 16°, 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York; D : 7715, 
Dec. 14, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 14, 1905. 1523 

Animals (The) 

© Max Ehrmann, Terra Haute, lud. ; D: 
• 1846, INIay 7, 1902. 1524 

Animated (An) Apollo; 1 act dramatic compo- 
sition, by F. J. Beaman. 7 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich. ; D : 7373, 
Oct. 9, 19U5; 2c. Oct. 9, 1905. 1525 

Animated (The) minstrels of fame; by A. A. 
Ducheman and M. Bovin. 

© Alexander A. Ducheman and Maurice 
Bovin, New York; D : 10S6, Nov. 11, 1901. 

1526 

Anita; dramatic sketch with music, by R. Ber- 
liner. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1914 ; D : 37778 ; Rudolph Ber- 
liner, Chicago. 1526a 

Anita la risueiia; zarzuela comico en 2 actos, 
de Serafin y Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, mfisica 
de Amadeo Vives. [Madrid] Sociedad de 
autores espauoles, 1912. 75 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31596 ; 
S. y J. Alvarez Quintero, Madrid. 1527 

Anita, the gypsy queen; a musical romance, by 
lone L. Baker. 

© I. L. Baker, Cleveland; D : 9553, Nov. 
30, 1906. 1528 

Anita's trial; or. Our girls in camp, a comedy 
in 3 acts for female characters only, by Esther 
B. Tiffany. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1889. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1889: 
2568, Jan. 21 ; 2c. Feb. 1. 1529 

Anitra; love story in 3 acts, by H. C. Colwell. 
[89] p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1913; D : 34347 ; Henry Clif- 
ford Colwell, Kittanuing, Pa. 1530 

Anklet (The); by T. F. Langan. 11 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1911 ; D : 24385 ; Thomas Fran- 
cis Langan, Chicago. 1531 

farce comedy in 1 act, by L. A. Witchie and 

F. A. Harding. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1912; D: 31021; Lelia A. 
Witchie and Fred A. Harding, Chicago. 1532 

Ann. 80 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Alex. Campbell and Wm. P. Koonsman, 
Pittsburgh; D : 12524, Mar. 12, 1908; 2c. Dec. 
18, 1908. 1533 



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Ann — Continued. 

comedy in 3 acts, by D. Pascal, dramatized 

from tlie story of the same name, by Edgar 
Jepson. [1], 111 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23, 1914; D:36S15; David Pas 
cal, New Yorl^. 1533a 

by Lecbmere Worrall. New York, S. 

French ; Loudon, S. French, ltd. 89 p. 12°. 

© May 13, 1913 ; 2c. May 16, 1913 ; D : 33230 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 1534 

Ann La Mont. 

© Paul Armstrong, New York ; D : 7739. 
Dec. 20, 1905. 1535 

Ann Martin's folly; epilogue, by W. A. Bough- 
ton. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1914 ; D : 39106 ; Willis Arnold 
Boughton, Cambridge, Mass. 1535a 

play in prologue and 2 acts, by W. A. Bough- 
ton. [2], 64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 1, 1914 ; D : 37445 ; Willis Arnold 
Boughton, Cambridge, Mass. 1535b 

Ann of Harlem; comedy of 3 acts, by T. Barry. 
[1121 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1913 ; D : 34841 ; Tom Barry, 
New York. 1536 

Anna and the Arch Duke John; a comedy in 3 
acts, by L. K. Anspacher. i°. Typewritten. 

© Louis Kaufman Anspacher, New York; 
D : 6904, June 27, 1905 ; 2c. June 27, 1905. 

1537 

Anna Barenthin; drama in 3 akten, von Otto 
Krille. Berlin, J. Sassenbach, 1911. 110 p. 
12». 

© Nov. 6, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 15, 1911 ; D : 26027 ; 
Johann Sassenbach, Berlin. 1538 

Anna Boleyn; drama in 3 akten, von Hjalmar 
Meidell, autorisierte iibersetzung aus dem nor- 
wegischen von dr. John Josephsohn, Berlin, 
Oesterheld & co., 1912. 99 p. 16°. 

© Ic. Mar. 3, 1913 ; D : 33045 ; Oesterheld & 
CO., verlag, Berlin. 1539 

See also Anne Boleyn. 

Anna d'Alengon; a tragedy, by J. L. Younlg. 

© James L. Young, San Francisco; 1892: 
34229, Aug. 19. 1540 

Anna Howard's secret; a drama in 6 acts, do- 
mestic play, composed and written by C. 
Sharpe. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

© Catherine Sharpe, Saratoga Springs, N. 
Y. ; 1894 : 8582, Feb. 5. 1541 

Anna Karenina; a drama in 4 acts, adapted 
from the Russian of Count Tolstoi by S. Car- 
penter. 

© Sarah Carpenter, New York; D : 3005, 
Feb. 17, 1903. 1542 



Anna Karenina — Continued. 

a modern drama in 4 acts, dramatized from 

Count Tolstoi's famous book by A. Stannard. 

f. Typewritten. 
© Anna Stannard, New York ; D : 7659, Dec. 

5, 1905; 2c. Dec. 5, 1905. 1543 

play in 5 acts, by A. E. Lancaster. 

© A. E. Lancaster and Henry D. Grahame, 
New York; D : 63M, Mar. 29, 1905. 1544 

See also Path (The) of thorns. — Ven- 
geance is mine. 

Anna Karenine; a dramatization of Lyoff N. 
Tolstoi's book of same name.' 71 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Margaret S. Parr, Philadelphia ; D : 7135, 
Aug. 19, 1905; 2c. Aug. 14, 1905. 1545 

piece en 5 actes et 7 tableaux, d'apres le 

roman de Tolstoi, par E. Guiraud. Paris, 
Impr. de I'lUustratiou [1007] 85 p. 12°. 

© Edmoud Guiraud, Paris; D : 9978, Feb. 
18, 1907; 2c. Feb. 18, 1907. 1546 

Anna, the anarchist's daughter; a melodrama 
in 4 acts and 6 scenes, by L. C. Ling and J. F. 
Cremer. 

© Louis C. Ling and Jack F. Cremer, De- 
troit ; D : 11544, Oct, 17, 1907. 1547 

Annapolis. 99 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph L. Valentini, Baltimore; D: 11662, 
Nov. 5, 1907; 2c. Nov. 21, 1907. 1548 



Anne. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Katharine Baker,. Lewisburg, Pa 
5180, June 15, 1904 ; 2c. June 15, 1904. 

comedy in 3 acts, by L. Worrall. 78 p 



; D: 
1549 

4°. 



Typewritten. 

.© Ic. Dec. 15, 1911; D:2S004; 
Worrall, Bristol, England. 

— play in 4 acts, by Edwin Slocum. 
© Jan. 24, 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 26, 1911 ; 



Lechmere 
1550 

59 p. 8°. 
D : 24466 ; 
1551 



June Durnell Slocum, Philadelphia. 

Anne Boleyn; a tragedy in 5 acts, by D. T. Cal- 
lahan. 

© D. T. Callahan, San Francisco; 1899: 
29629, May 1. 1552 

a tragedy in 3 acts and an epilogue, by J. 

Stone. [87] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 26, 1912; D: 29177; John Stone, 
Cambridge, Mass. 1553 

or, A crown of thorns, a tragedy by A. E. 

Dickinson. 

© Anna E. Dickinson, New York; in re- 
newal for 14 years from Mar. 25, 1904; D: 
4566, Jan. 29, 1904. 1554 

See also Anna Boleyn. — Crown (A) of 



thorns. — Plays and poems; by G. H. Boker. 
Anne of Austria. See Secret (The) despatch. 



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1576 



Anne of old Salem; a drama in 3 acts, by Clara 
Burbank Batchelder. Cbicago aud New York, 
Tlie dranjatic pub. co,, 1906. 41 p. 12". 

© Dramatic pub. cc. Chicago; D: 9295, Oct. 
23, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 24, 1906. 1555 

Anne Strong-; or, The shadow of yesterday, 
a play in 4 acts, by II. B. Osborne. 71 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Hubert Benjamin Osborne, Kingston, 
Canada; D : 1427S, Kov. 13, 1908; 2c. Nov. 13, 
190S. 1556 

Anneau (L') d'argent; a play in 1 act, 1 scene, 
4 characters, by E. Willard, Typewritten. 

© Edward Willard, New York; D : 530. May 
31, 1901 ; Ic. May 31, 1901 ; Ic. July 6, 1901. 

1557 

Annette; a melodrama in 5 acts, by M. R. Per- 
kins. Typewritten. 

© Mary R. Perkins, New York ; 1890 : 4607. 
Feb. 6; 2c. Feb. 28. 1558 

the book by J. Pardee-Clark. 35 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Jean Pardee-Clark. New Haven; D: 
14951, Jan. 30, 1909; 2c. Feb. 6, 1909. 1559 

Annette, the dancing' girl; an emotional drama 
in 4 acts, by U. R. Akerstrom. 

© Ullie R. Akerstrom, United States; 1883: 
11421, June 22. 1560 

6 acts. 



Anniversary (The); a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Lipman. Indianapolis. 

© John Lipman, Indianapolis; 1888:22270. 
Aug. 2. 1565 

a drama in 1 act, by A. M. Fox and Her- 



© Ullie Akerstrom, United States; 1886: 
4989, Mar. 1. 1561 

Annie from Massachusetts. See Ranch 10. 

Annie Hart's rough riders; a burle.sque in 3 
scenes, by H. Blocksom and C. E. Grapewin. 
© Harry Blocksom and Chas. E. Grape- 
win, New York ; 1S9S : 44290, July 25. 1562 

Annie Hart's Yankee Doodle girls; burlesque 
in 3 scenes, by H. Blocksom and C. E. Grape- 
win. 

© Harry Blocksom and Chas. E. Grapewin, 
New York ; 1898 : 44297, July 25. 1563 

Annie Laurie; comedy drama in 4 acts, by Ed- 
ward E. Rose. [1], 126 p. 4". Typewritten. 
© Ic. Aug. 21, 1914; D : 37913 ; Ed. W. 
Rowland and Edwin Clifford, Chicago. 1563a 

a romantic drama in 3 acts. 60 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© M. Douglas Flattery. Boston; D : 3810, 
Aug. 8, 1903; 2c. Dec. 20, 1904. 1564 

Scotch comedy in 3 acts, by J. H. Heron. 

125 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 13, 1915; D: 40349; James H. 
Heron, Brooklyn. 15()4a 



man Devries. 16 p. 16°. Printed. 

© Ancella M. Fox. Chicago ; D : 14262, Nov. 
. 11, 1908; 2c. Nov. 3, 1908. 1566 

Anno dazumal; ein deutscher schwank in 3 
aufziigen, von Carlot Gottfrid Reuling. 

© Eduard Bloch, Berlin ; 1898 : 68, Jan. 3 ; 
2c. Feb. 4. 1567 

Anno Domini. See A. D. 

Anno Domini 2,000, a mystery; a play in 2 
acts, by S. Morse. 

© Salmi Morse, United States ; 1878 : 10084, 
Sept. 2. 1568 

Anno 48; posse mit gesaug in 3 aufziigen, von 
Benno Rauclienegger und Konrad Dreher. 
Miinchen, Rubinverlng [1902] 78 p. 16". 

© Rubinverlag, Munich; D : 1299, Jan. 16. 
1902; 2c. Apr. 5, 1902. 1569 

Anno 1992; comic opera in 3 acts, book and 
lyrics by H. G. Hawn. 4". Typewritten. 

© Henry Gaines Hawn, Brooklyn ; D : 5825. 
Nov. 17, 1904; 2c. Feb. 4, 1905. 1570 

Annual picnic of the Muggsville Sunday- 
school; by Orrie W. Gleason. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co. [1906] 22 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 9401, 
Nov. 8, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 17, 1906. 1571 

Anointed (The); drama in 4 acts, by C. Skin- 
ner. 110 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 5, 1910; D: 22732; Constance 
Skinner, Chicago. 1572 

Anonymous; a drama in 3 acts, from the Ger- 
man of Felix Philippi, adapted by E. Howard. 
© Emily Howard, St. Louis; 1899:16143, 
Mar. 1. 1573 

or. Love, 3 act dramatic comedy of home 

life, by M. Keene. plot suggested by A. Ross. 
3 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 23, 1912 ; D : 29757 ; Mattie Keene 
and Aaron Ross, New York. 1574 

Anonymous (The) kiss; a vaudeville, by John 
A. Woodward. Boston, C. H. Spencer, agent. 
(Spencer's universal stage, no. 64.) 

© Charles H. Spencer, Boston; 1871:9411, 
Oct. 7 ; 2c. Oct. 7. 1575 

Anonymous (An) letter; a comedietta in 1 act, 
by E. Golden. 1S95. 

© Echard Golden, New York; 1895:61094, 
Dec. 4. 1576 



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1577 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



1596 



Anoranzas; comedia en 3 actos y en prosa, origi- 
nal de M. Linares Rivas. Madrid, R. Velasco, 
impresor, 1907. 78 p. 8°. (On cover : Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espailoles, 1907.) 

© Manuel Linares Rivas, Madrid ; D : 10544, 
May 11, 1907 ; 2c. May 11, 1907. 1577 

Another Cyrus; a farce, by W. W. Tufts. 

<c) William Wliitteraore Tufts, Arlington, 
Mass. ; 1897 : 70&47, Dec. 16 ; 2c. Dec. 22. 

1578 
See also Craven. 

Another man's shoes; a comedy drama in a 
prologue and 4 acts, by J. Harrison. Type- 
written. 

© John Harrison, Philadelphia; 1891: 
12873, Apr. 9 ; 2c. June 10. 1579 

Another man's treasure; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. J. L. Stilwell. 62 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 12041, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1908. 

1530 

Another man's wife; original play in 4 acts, by 
Jennie Holman. 41 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 24, 1910 ; D : 20013 ; Jennie Hol- 
man Krause. New Ibei'ia, La. 1581 

or. The life that kills, a melodrama in 4 

acts, by Fessler and Rae. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Fessler, New York ; D : 6093, Jan. 
19, 1905; 2c. Jan. 30, 1905. 1582 

See also Laug-hiug gas. 



Another pair of socks; farce in 1 act, by L. R. 
Stanwood. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1911; D : 25209 ; Louie R. 
Stanwood, Manchester, Mass. 1583 

Another point of view. See Monologues. 

Another side of life; comedy dramatic sketch in 
1 act, by C. Hill. [12] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3, 1913; D: 34306; Christine 
Hill, Los Angeles. 1584 



Another story of Waterloo; a play in 1 act, by 
A. M. Irving. 

© A. M. Irving, Toronto, Canada ; 1896 : 
2533, Jan. 6. 1585 

Another unfortunate. See All for gold. 

Another way; a play in 4 acts, by E. Walter, 

© Eugene Walter, United States ; D : 15249, 
Mar. 5, 1909. 1586 

play in 1 act, by P. M. Barker. 29 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 1, 1915; D: 41140; Perceval M. 
Barker, New York. 1586a 



Another woman's honor, 
silence. 



See Price (The) of 



Anse (L') du panier. See On frappe les trois 
coups. 

Anselma; a drama in 6 acts, adapted from the 

French of Yictorien Sardou, by L. Richardson. 

© Leander Richardson, New York; 1885: 

23157, Nov. 5. 1587 

Anselo. the gypsy nobleman; a drama and 
libretto. 

© A. B. Williams, Springfield, Mass.; 1890: 
14722, May 3. 1588 

Ansturm (Der); schauspiel in 3 akten, von 
Henri Bernstein, deutsch 'von Paul Block. 
Wein-Berlin, Comoedla, 1912. 124 p. 12°. 

© Ic. July 25, 1912; D: 30346; Comoedia, 
Vienna. 1589 

Answer (The); 1 act play, by Francis Owen. 
[3], 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1913 ; D : 31883 ; Elsie Minet, 
Chicago. 1590 

See also In the sacristy. 

Answer (The) of the Sphinx; play in 3 acts, by 
M. W. Abbott. [97] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 11, 1912 ; D : 29942 ; Mary Win- 
chester Abbott, New York. 1591 

Answer (An) to a musical ad. 7 p. 8". Type- 
written. 

© Julius Steiner, New York ; D : 4393, Dec. 
14, 1903; 2c. Dec. 7, 1903. 1592 

Answer (The) to a prayer; a play in 1 act, by 
E. T. Hyde. 

© Ezra T. Hyde, Paris, Id. ; D : 14562, Dec. 
17, 1908. 1593 

Answered. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas J. Gaffney. Albany; D : 9845, Jan. 
24, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 24, 1907. 1594 

allegory in 1 act and 2 scenes, by Agnes 

Armstrong. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 5, 1915; D: 41022; Agnes R. 
Bird, Portland, Me. 1594a 

Answering the phone; a farce, by Elizabeth F. 
Guptill. New York, Chicago, Tullar-Meredith 
CO.. 1915. 7 p. 8". 

© Sept. 28, 1914; 2c. and aff. June 26, 1915; 
A : 406455 ; Tullar-Meredith co.. New York. 

1594b 

Antagonist (The); in 4 acts, by F. Grahame. 
[2], 44 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1910; D: 21706; Ferdinand 
Grabame, Erie, Pa, 1595 

Ante el juez; diSlogo en verso original, de A. 
Fernandez Arreo. Madrid, R. Velasco. 8 p. 
12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909 ; D : 17486 ; 
Antonio Fernandez Arreo, Madrid. 1596 



75 



1597 



DEAMATTC COMFOSITIONS 



1617 



Antediluvia; study in 1 act, by G. E. Mnrdock. 
[4], 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1913 ; D : 35175 ; Gilbert Ed- 
ward Murdock, Los Angeles. 1597 

Antelope (The); a new and original musical 
comedy in 3 acts, book and lyrics by Adrian 
Ross, music Hugo Felix. London. Chappell & 
CO., ltd., 190S. 30 p. 8°. [Text only] 

© Chappell & CO., ltd., London; D : 14418, 
Nov. 30, 1908; 2c. Nov. 30, 1908. 1598 

Antelope Valley. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John W. Colegrove, West Somerville, 
Mass.; D : 4805, Mar. 29, 1904; 2c. Apr. 6, 
1904. 1599 

Anthonie and Cleopatra (The trag-edie of); by 
William Shakespeare, ed. with notes, introduc- 
tion, glossary, list of variorum readings and 
selected criticism by Charlotte Porter and 
Helen A. Clarke. [First folio ed.] New York, 
T. Y. Crowell & co. [1909] 4 p. 1., vii-xxv, 
284 p. front, (port.) 1G°. 

© Nov. 1, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1909 ; A : 251241 ; 
Thomas Y. Crowell & co., New York. 1600 

ed. by Horace Howard Furness. Philadel- 
phia [etc.] J. B. Lippincott company. 1907. 
XX p., 1 1., 614 p. 8°. (New variorum edition 
of Shakespeare, v. 15) 

© H. H. Funiess, Wallingford. Pa.; A: 
185612, Aug. 29, 1907; 2c. Aug. 31, 1907. 1601 

See also Antony and Cleopatra. — Shakes- 



peare's works. 

Anthony and Cleopatre down side up; a dra- 
matic composition in 1 act, by A. Hoffman. 
39 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Aaron Hoffman, New York ; D : 14918, 
Jan. 28, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 28, 1909. 1602 

Anthracite (An) romance; by M. Harcourt. 
50 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Marshall Harcourt, New York; D : 2269, 
Aug. 25, 1902; 2c. Sept. 13, 1902. 1603 

Anti-aunts; comedy in 3 acts, by Edith M. Bur- 
rows. New York, J. Fischer & bro. 27 p. 12°. 
(Fischer's edition, Plays for young people, 
no. 3736.) 

© Dec. 22, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1913 ; D : 35435 ; 
J. Fischer & bro.. New York. 1604 

Anti-hypnotism; play in 1 act. by F. W. Camp- 
bell. [9] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1912; D : 29092 ; Florence W. 
Campbell, New York. 1605 

Anti-matrimony; satirical comedy, by Percy 
MacKaye. New York, F. A. Stokes co. [8] 
p. 1., 160 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 25. 1910; 2c. Nov. 28, 1910; D: 
22732; Frederick A. Stokes co.. New York. 

1606 



Anti-newoman (The) war; by E. H. Johnston. 

© Eleanor H. Johnston, Philadelphia ; 

1S96: 8766, Feb. 6; 2c. Feb. 6. 1607 

Anti-Semiten (Die); ein zeitgemiilde in 3 aufzii- 
gen, vou S. Stark. 

© S. Stark, New York ; 1894 : 555G9, Nov. 
28. 1608 

Antichrist; by J. O. Gray. 68 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 11. 1909; D: 17398; James Or- 
mau Gray, Vancouver, B. C. 1609 

play in 5 acts, by J. O. Gray, v, 106 p. 

16°. Printed. 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1910; D: 22264; James Or- 
man Gray, Vancouver, B. O. 1610 



a play in 4 acts, by T. J. Behymer. 

© T. J. Behymer, Chicago; 1895:20663, 
Apr. 15. 1611 

Antick (The) See Yankee fantasies. 

Anticlimax; musical sketch in 1 scream, by 
O. A. Hauerbach and Beatrice McKenzie. 
13 p. 27°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1909; D: 16806; O. A. 
Hauerbach, New York. 1612 

Antics; a musical fai'ce, by J. B. Everham. 

© J. B. Everham, Chicago ; 1879 : 6904, May 
23. 1613 

Antidote (The); unusual playlet, by P. Dun- 
ning and Eugene Powers. 12 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1915; D: 40273; Philip Dim- 
ning. New York. 1613a 

Antietam; or, The spy of South Mountain, a 
military drama of the late civil war, in 5 
acts and 7 tableaux, by E. Barbour. 

© Edwin Barbour, Nevada, la. ; 1879 : 6725, 
May 19. 1614 

Antig'one; a tragedy, by Sophocles, for five 
males and three females. New York, E. S. 
Werner, 1892. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; 1892: 
15399, Apr. 7; 2c. May 10. 1615 

a tragedy taken from the Greek of Sopho- 
cles. English version by Elizabeth Beall Ginty. 
New York, F. RuUman. 

© F. Rullman, New York; 1894:18304, Apr. 
7; 2c. M.'.y 21. 1616 

See also Three comedies. 



Antigone of Sophocles; tr. into English verse, 
by Joseph Edward Harry. Cincinnati. The 
Robert Clarke company, 1911. 69 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 21, 1911; 2c. Feb. 23. 1911; A: 
280994; Robert Clarke co., Cincinnati. 1617 



76 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



1642 



Antinous; opera in 4 acts and 5 scenes, by G. E. 
Murdock. [49] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1913 ; D : 34391 ; Gilbert Ed- 
ward Murdock, Los Angeles. 1618 

Antiope; a grand spectacular spectacle, by B. 

Kir.ilfy. Chicago, Jeffery printing co., 18S8. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, United States; 18S9 : 

35. Jan. 2. 1619 

Antipodes; or. The diamond wedding, drama 
in 5 acts. 

© H. L. Pickersgill, New York ; 1SS2 : 6130, 
Apr. 18. 1620 

■ See also Representative English comedies. 

Antiquar (Der) See Panspiele. 

Antique (An) warming pan; a 4 act comedy, 
by T. W. Wbarmby. f". Typewritten. 

© Thomas Washington Wbarmby, New 
York ; D : 847, Sept. 7, 1901 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1901. 

1621 

Antiquitarian (The): a comic opera in 3 acts, 
by Le Mar Darome. 4°. Tyiiewritten. 

© Maude Estelle Doane, Brooklyn; D: 
8417, Apr. 25, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 13, 1906. 1622 

Antiseptic (The); short play, by Paul Tresize 
[pseud, of S. F. Whitman] [2], 22 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27. 1913; D: 33347; Stephen 
French Whitman, New York. 1623 

Antiseptic (An) baby; play in 1 act, by E. S. 
Van Zile. [3], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 6, 1910; D: 22229; Edward S. 
Yan Zile, New York. 1624 

Antoine; a drama in 5 acts, tr. for the sole use 
of F. C. Bangs. 

© F. C. Bangs, United States; 1878:5905, 
May 16. 1625 

Antoinette; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by N. 
Ruthveu, adapted from Georges Ohnet's La 
grande marniere. 

© Noel Ruthven, New York; 1886:3613, 
Feb. 11. 1626 

a play in 5 acts, by B, Israeli. 86 -p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Baruch Israeli, Washington ; D : 15947, 
May 24, 19U9 ; 2c. May 24, 1909. 1627 

or, A woman of the people, a drama in 5 

acts, adapted from the German, by G. Kron- 
miller, jr. 

© George Kronmiller, jr., Baltimore; 1871: 
11704, Dec. 11. 1628 

Antoinette Rigaud; an emotional drama in 3 
acts, tr. and adapted from the French, by J. 
H. Ligon. 

© Junius H. Ligon, New Harmony, Ind. ; 
1SS6 : 7147, Mar. 27. 1629 



Antoinette Sabrier; pi^ce en 3 actes, de R. Coo- 

lus [pseud, of R. C. Weill] 1 p. 1., 65 p. 12°. 

© Romnin Coolus, Paris; D : 4277, Nov. 21, 

1903; 2c. Nov. 21, 1903. 1630 

Antone and Isabel; comedy in 5 acts, by P. 
Barth. [3], 132 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1912 ; D : 31049 ; Peter Barth, 
San Francisco. 1631 

Antoneo Maceo; a romantic drama in 4 acts, 
by F. M. Franklin. 

© Frank Milton Franklin, New York; 1897: 
29639, May 15. 1632 

Antonina; a drama in 4 acts, by M. C. Wilson. 
© Marian Calvert Wilson, Los Angeles; D: 
10474, May 2, 1907. 1633 
or. The fall of Rome, a 5 act drama found- 
ed on Wilkie Collins' novel, by M. G. Wilson. 
© Marian G. Wilson, United States; 1887: 
28219, Oct. 31. 1634 

Antonio Carmona, a Spaniard; a drama, by J. 
P. Scott. 

© J. Percy Scott, Pittsburgh; 1888:35870, 
Dec. 17. 1635 

Antonio Maceo, hrdina Kubansky; a dramatic 
story of present time. 

© Josef V. Matejka, Chicago; 1897:3313, 
Jan. 6. 1636 

Antony; the Bernhardt ed., tr. by Frederick A. 
Schwab. 
© F. Rullman, New York ; 1880 : 16257, Oct. 



26 ; 2c. Nov. 6. 



1637 



Antony and Cleopatra; by William Shakespeare, 
arr. for acting by K. Bellew. New York, 
Charles D. Koppel. 52 p. front, (port.) 8°. 
© Kvrle Bellew, United States; 1889:6166, 
Feb. 22 ; 2c. Feb. 22. 1638 
Same. New York, International art pub- 
lishing company. 

© Kyrle Bellew, United States ; 1889 : 12939, 
Apr. 27. 1639 

■with an introduction by W. J. Rolfe, 



and 17 illustrations by Paul Avril. New York, 
Duprat & CO., 1891. xxii, [0], 196 p. front, 
illus. 4°. 

© Duprat & CO., New York; 1890:42.315, 
Dec. 31 ; 2c. June 10, 1891. 1640 

ed. by George Wyllys Benedict. New York, 



The Macmillan company, 1913. xxii, 187 p. 
front. 16°. (The Tudor Shakespeare) 

© Oct. 15, 1913; 2c. Oct. 16, 1913; A: 
3.54799; Macmillan co., New York. 1641 

— ed. with notes by William J. Rolfe. Har- 
per's library ed. New York and London, Har- 
per v^ brothers, 1898. 224 p. front., illus. 12°. 
(Shakespeare's complete works, v. 15) 

© Harper & bros.. New York ; 1898 : 26440, 
Apr. 28; 2c. Jan. 13, 1899. 1642 



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1661 



Antony and Cleopatra — Continued. 

with a special introduction, by Sidney Lee 

and an original fronlispiece by J. H. h\ Bacon. 
[The University press Shakespeare. Renais- 
sance ed.] New York, George D. Sproul, 190S. 
liii, 187 p. front. 4°. (The complete works 
of William Shakespeare, with annotations and 
a general introduction by Sidney Lee. v. 3G) 
© Lniverslty press, Cambridge, Mass. : A : 
222389, Nov. 14, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. IG, 1908. 1643 

(Shakespeare's); with Introduction and 

notes by Margaret A. Eaton. Boston, New 
York [etc.] Educational publishing company 
[1908] 171 p. 16°. (Oucorer: Classic library) 
(c) Educational pub. co., Boston; A: 200121, 
Feb. 26, 1908 ; 2c. June 28, 1909. 1644 

with introduction and notes, explana- 



tory and critical, by II. N. Hudson. Boston, 
Ginn & Heath. ISSl. 224 p. 16°. (Annotated 
English classics) 

© Henry N. Hudson, Boston; 1881:7030, 
May 7 ; 2c. May 25. 1645 



— Same. Boston, New York [etc.] Ginn & 
company [1909] 224 p. 16°. 

© Kate W. Hudson, Cambridge, Mass., In 
renewal for 14 years from May 7, 1909; A: 
229453, Jan. 29, 1909; 2c. Jan. 30, 1909. 1646 

— (Shakespeare's tragedy of); ed. with notes 
by William J. liolfe. New York, Harper & 
brothers. 1881. 222 p. front, illus. 16°. 

© Harper & bros., New York ; 1881 : 10842. 
July 13 ; 2c. Nov. 14. 1647 

— Same. 

© by William J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass., 
as editor, in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 15, July 12, 1909. Original entry, July 13, 
1881, no. 10842. 1648 



— Same. New York. Cincinnati [etc.] Amer- 
ican book company [1904] 295 p. incl. front., 
illus. 16°. 

© W'illiam J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass.; A: 
98366, Oct. 6, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 1904. 1649 

/?ec alfio Anthonie and Cleopatra. — 



Shakespeare's works. 

Antony and Cleopatra pursued; burlesque in 1 
act. by W. B. Wright. [1], 6 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. .Afar. 17. 1911; D: 23679; Willard B. 
Wright, Philadelphia. 1650 

Antorcha (La) de Himeneo; humorada en 1 
acto, dlvidido en 5 cuadros, en prosa, original 
di R. Asenio Mt'is y F. de Torres, miisica del 
maestro Geronimo Gimenez. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles] 1907. 46 p. 12°. 

© Ramon Asensio Mas y Francisco de 
Torres, Madrid; D : 11527, Oct. 12, 1907; 2c. 
Oct. 14, 1907. 1651 



Antyllus; a play in 4 acts, by C. T. Grant. 
Typewritten. 

© Charles T. Grant, Boston; 1893:10192, 
Feb. 25 ; 2c. Feb. 25. 1652 

Anxious (The) widow; a sketch. Typewritten. 

© Oliver D. Byron, New York; 1898:75342, 
Dec. 23 ; 2c. Dec. 24. 1653 

Any old thing-; comedy in 1 act, by T. A. Doucet, 
adapted from the 3 act mythological comedy 
Pygmalion and Galatea, by W. S. Gilbert. [1], 
17 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1913 ; D : 35374 ; Theodore A. 
Doucet, Minneapolis. 1653a 

Any way to g-et away; comedy in 1 act, by 
Eleanor Ecob [pseud, of E. E. Sawyer] and 
E. W. Johnson. 6p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1915; D: 39865; Eleanor E. 
Sawyer and E. Waldo Johnson, Portland, Or. 

1653b 

Anya min Alsa; a 5 act drama, by S. Shake- 
speare and F. Dunn. 

© Stephen Shakespeare and Frank Dunn. 
San Rafael, Cal. ; 1896 : 67256, Dec. 10. 1654 

Anybody's liable; comedy in 4 acts, by P. E. 
Browne. [95] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 7, 1911 ; D : 24421 ; Porter Emer- 
son Browne, Norwalk, Conn. 1655 

Anything and everything; a 1 act play, by B. 
K. Phillips. 

© Bettine Kavauaugh Phillips, New York; 
1900 A : 8750, Apr. 4. 1656 

Anything to get one; 1 act sketch, by T. Stemp- 
fel, jr. [19] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1912; D : 29251 ; Theodore 
Stempfel, jr., Indianapolis. 1657 

Anywonian, her quest for a treasure; play in 
1 act, by M. Ewald. 15 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 7, 1912; D: 31619; Mildred 
Ewald, Cincinnati 1658 

Apache (The); musical sketch, by Luellen 
Teters [i. e., Mrs. O. Bussenius] [6] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1913; D: 34350; Mrs. Otto 
Bussenius, Douglaston, N. Y. 1659 

Apache (The) queen. See Lulu. 

Apacheland. 

© Orlando Kling, Denver; D : 2527, Nov. 1, 
1902. 1660 

Apaches; comedie vaudeville en 3 actes, par 
Alexandre Bisson. Paris, Librairie theatrale, 
1904. 2 p. 1., 150 p. 12°. 

© L. Michaud, Paris; D:4439, Dec. 28. 
1903; 2c. Dec. 28, 1903. 1661 



78 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



1680 



Apaches — Continued. 

melodrama a lo Grand-Gignol, en 1 acto, 

dividido en 4 cuadros, en prosa y verso, orig- 
inal de A. Gouzalez-Rendon,mvisica del maestro 
Jose Padilla. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1911. 39 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 30, 1911; 2c. Jan. 2, 1912; D: 28155; 
Aurelio Gonzalez-Rend6n, Madrid. 1662 

or, Life in the wild West; pyrorama. or 

firework drama in 1 act, by C. H. Tliayer. 

© Charles H. Tliayer, Boston ; 18S9 : 23219, 
July 29; 2c. July 29. 1663 

Apag-a y vamonos; pasatiempo lirico en 1 acto 
y 2 cuadros, original de J. Jackson Veyiin y 
J. Lopez Silva, miisica del maestro Lleo. Ma- 
drid, R. Vela SCO, 1907. 24 p. 12°. 

© J. Jackson Veyan y J. Lopez Silva, Ma- 
drid ; D : 11478, Oct. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 7, 1907. 

1664 

Apariencia (La); comedia en 1 acto y en prosa, 
originnl de R. Lobo Regidor. Madsid, Sociedad 
de autores espanoles, 1911. 28 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25009 ; Ramon Lobo Regidor, Madrid. 1665 

Apart; a drama in 5 acts, by H. Martin and W. 
De Meza. 

© Howard Martin and Wilson De Meza, 
New York ; 1880 : 8568, June 5. 1666 

Apartment (The); comedy for four males and 
two females, by Frances Aymar Mathews. 
New York, E. S. Werner & co., 1907. 14 p. 
16°. 

© Edgar S. Werner & co.. New York; D: 
11685, Nov. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 22, 1907. 1667 

Apartment 44; incident told in 1 act, by C. H. 
Seelig and F. H. Friend. [1], 35 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1913 ; D : 34053 ; Clover Hartz 
Seelig. St. Louis, and Fannie Hartz Friend. 
New York. 1668 

Apartment 610; vaudeville sketch, by Helena 
Elise Lucas. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 17. 1910 ; D : 21058 ; Al Rich pro- 
duction CO., New York. 1669 

Apartment 309; play in 1 act, by I. A. Root. 
[1], 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 16, 1914; D: 36352; Ivy Ashton 
Root, Los Angeles. 1669a 

Apartment to let; a play in 1 act, by L. K. Ans- 
pacher. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Louis Kaufman Anspacher, Croton-on- 
Hudson, N. Y. ; D : 7539, Nov. 9, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 
9, 1905. 1670 

Apartment 12 K; force in 3 acts, by L. Rising. 
3 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1914 ; D : 37118 ; Lawrence 
Rising, New York. 1670a 



Ape (The); play in 3 acts, by A. M. Moylan. 
47 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Sept. 15, 1911; 2c. Nov. 10, 1911; D: 
25733; Alexander Mitchell Moylan, Millview, 
Fla. 1671 

. by I. Osgood. [85] p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. June 13, 1912; D: 29972; Irene Os- 
good, Northampton, England. 1672 

Ape and bridegroom. See Witchery. 

Aphasia; dramatic composition, by A. A. Rosen- 
thal. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1910; D: 20969; Albert A. 
Rosenthal, New York. 1673 

Aphrodine; fairy opera in 3 acts, words and 
music, by E. Magnus. [101] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 15, 1913 ; D : 35029 ; Eugenie Mag- 
nus, New York. 1674 

Aphrodite; drame en 5 actes et 9 tableaux, 
d'apres Pierre Louys, par P. Frondaie. 40 p. 
(Supplement gratuit an no. 2970 du Monde 
illustre, 2 mai 1914.) 

© May 2, 1914 ; Ic. May 27, 1914 ; D : 37141 ; 
Pierre Frondaie, Paris. 1674a 

a farcical romance in 3 acts, libretto by T. 

Addison, music by C. D. Blake. 

© Chas. D. Blake and Thomas Addison, 
Boston ; 1885 : 28132, Dec. 31 ; 2c. Jan. 6, 1886. 

1675 

musical drama in 5 acts and 7 tableaux. 



written by Louis de Gramont, after the novel 
by Pierre Louys, English version by Leonard 
Siarsh, compo.sed by Camille Erlanger. New 
York, G. Schirmer. 4 p. 1. 99 p. 8°. 

© ISIay 7, 1914 ; 2c. May 18, 1914 ; D : 37058; 
G. Schirmer, New York. 1675a 

— oper in 1 akt nach Pierre Louys, von Hans 
Liebstoeckl, musik von Max Oberleithner. 
Leipzig, J. Weinberger, 1912. 40 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 10, 1912; 2c. June 29, 1912; D: 
30125 ; Josef Weinberger, Leipzig. 1676 

— a play, by L. Y. Bourne. 

© Linnie Young Bourne, Washington; 1888: 
2668, Jan. 24. 1677 



play in 1 act, by W. Armstrong. 

© William Armstrong, New York ; D : 
11361, Sept. 17, 1907. 1678 

schauspiel in 3 akten, von Karl v. d. Heydt. 

Berlin, Vita, deutsches verlagshaus [1907] 
SO p. 16°. 

© A'ita, deutsches verlagshaus, Berlin; D: 
10020, Feb. 25, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 25, 1907. 1679 
— — or, The evil fortunes of one Mr. Damocles 
Jones, a burlesque in 3 acts. 

© W. J. Walker, New York; 1885:19321, 
Sept. 12. 1680 



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1681 



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1702 



Aphrodite Pandemus; or, The Lesbian night- 
ingale, a drama hi 3 acts, by A. K. AIuc- 
Artbui*. 

1© Adella 11. MacArthur, Detroit; D : 1374, 
Jan. 30, 1902. 1681 

Aphrodite Pontia; or. The beauty box, musical 
drama in 1 act, by A. K. MacArthur. 

© Adella R. MacArthur, Detroit; D:137r), 
Jan. 30, iy02. 1682 

Aphrodite's awakening. Typewritten. 

© Charles Nichols and Marie Croix, St. 
Louis; 1900 A: 39942, Aug. 10; 2c. Aug. 10. 

1683 

Apocalyptic; drama. New York, Chicago, F. H. 
lievell CO. 

© Fleming H. Revell co., Chicago ; 1891 : 
419r>2, Nov. 23. 1684 

Apollo; spectacular musical burlesque, in 3 acts, 
by A. T. Floryu. 

© Amedee T. Floryn, West Hoboken, N. J. ; 
1890 : 28099, Sept. 12. 1685 

or, The oracle of Delphi, comic opera in 3 

acts, libretto by I. Schnilzer, English tr. and 
adaptation by II. F. Tretbar, music by Jos. 
Hellmesberger, jr. 

© Rudolph Aronson, New York ; 1891 : 14247, 
Apr. 20. 1686 

Apollo extravaganza co. ; or. Miss Bell, the 
dashing milliner, in 1 act. Typewritten. 

© William B. Allen, Philadelphia; 1897: 



63510, Nov. 13; Ic. Nov. 13. 



1687 



Apollonius, 1796. Typewritten. 

© D. Woodbridge Haynes, New York; 1893: 
510U7, Dec. 28; 2c. Dec. 26. 1688 

Apollos; 3 act Greek tragedy, by W. V. B. 
Tliompson. Typewritten. 

© W. V. B. Thompson, Pousrhkeepsie, N. 
Y. ; 1894 : 31733, June 13 ; 2c. June 13. 1689 

Apollo's oracle; an entertainment in 1 act, by 
Esther B. Tiffany. Boston, W. H. Baker and 
CO., 1897. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1897: 
60975, Dec. 2; 2c. Dec. 30. 1690 

Aponga, a slave prince of Africa. 4°. Type- 
writ ton. 

© John James, West Lynn, Mass.; D:2741, 
Dec. 19, 1902; 2e. Jan. 5, 1903. 1691 

Apostate (The); a drama in 4 acts, on the Em- 
peror Julian of Rome, by A. A. Weiland. 

© Albert A. WeiJaud, Carrick, Pa. ; D : 5818, 
Nov. 25, 1904. 1692 



Apostel (Der): drama in 3 akten, voo Paul Hya- 
cinthe Loyson, iibertragen von Lichteuberger- 
INIetcalfe. Berlin, Oesterheld «& co., verlag. 
107 p. J2°. 

© Ic. June 17, 1914; D : 38011 ; Oesterheld 
& CO., verlag, Berlin. 1692a 

schauspiel in 3 aufziigen, von Hermann 

Bahr. 

© Albert Ahn, Cologne, Germany ; D : 781, 
Aug. 21, 1901; 2c. Aug. 21, 1901. 1693 

Apostle (The); a drama in 3 acts, by G. Moore. 
Dublin, Maunsel & co., ltd., 1911. 4 p. 1., 100 p. 
12°. 

© May 30, 1911; 2c. Aug. 10, 1911; D: 
24895; George IMoore, London. 1694 

Apostle (The) 1909. 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© O. Garrison Kitchen, Louisville, Ky. ; 
D : 15241, Mar. 5, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 5, 1909. 1695 

Apostle (The) Paul; play in 4 scenes, by R. H. 
Johnson, jr. 39 p. 24". Printed. 

© Nov. 9, 1912; 2c. Nov. 13, 1912; D: 31378; 
R. H. Johnson, jr., Louisville. 1696 

Apotre (L'); tragedie moderne en 3 actes en 

prose, par P. Hyacinthe Loyson. 24 p. 4°. 

(L'lllustration theatrale, 7" annee— 183, 10 
juiu 1911) 

© June 10, 1911; 2c. June 23, 1911; D: 
24548; Paul Hyacinthe Loyson, Paris. 1697 

Apparitions; a drama adapted from Gjeugan- 
gere, by Heurik Ibsen, English version by W. 
M. Laurence. 

© William Moore Laurence, Milwaukee; 
1882 : 74G9, May 8. 1698 

Appassionata; comedy in 1 act, by M. L. Lee. 
12J, 8 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 18, 1914; D: 37052; Margaret 
Livingston Lee, New York. 1698a 

a play in 1 act, l)y C. Skinner. 

© Constance Skinner, Los Angeles; D: 
11318, Sept. 9, 1907. 1699 

Appeal (The) to Caesar; sacred drama in 3 acts, 
by D. II. Jemison. Cincinnati, D. H. Jemison. 
[32] p. IG". 

© May 1, 1914; 2c. May 4, 1914; D: 30974; 
David Herbert Jemison, Cincinnati. 1699a 

Appeal (An) to the jury. f°. Typewritten. 

© Brina M. Carlisle, Brooklyn; D:8471, 
May 3, 1900; 2c. Apr. 19, 1906. 1700 

Appeal (An) to the regent; a romantic comedy 
in 4 acts, l)y E. B. Comins. 

© Elizabeth Barker Comins, Boston; 1898: 

57754, Oct. 1. 1701 

Appearance (The) of evil; a modern satirical 

comedy in 4 acts, by J. Wedekiud. 94 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Julius Wedekiud, New York; D : 1214, 
Dec. 2G, 1901 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1901. 1702 



80 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



1724 



Appearances; or, Trankie's triumph. 

© Annie Louise Sclierpe, Boulder, Col.; 
1882 : 11056, July 5. 1703 

Appearances are deceiving; rural comedy, by 
M. S. Loder. [2], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1912; D: 29966; Mary S. 
Loder, Philadelphia. 1704 

Appearances are often deceptive; a skit by F. 
C. Barclay. 

© Fannie C. Barclay, New York ; D : 10895, 
July 2, 1907. 1705 

Appearing, disappearing, dissolving and van- 
ishing life pictures representing all nations 
on earth; by G. Silbon. 

© George Silbon, Chicago ; 1896 : 37503, June 
29. 1706 

Appendicitis; play in 3 acts, by H. Ilyan. 64 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1915; D: 39520; Henry 
Ryan, Nashville. 1706a 

Appendix! cut it out; in 1 act, by A. G. Hubert. 
[3] p. 12°. 

© Sept. 10, 1910; 2c. Sept. 13, 1910; D: 
22U96; Adelbert G. Hubert, Boonton, N. J. 

1707 

Appetite Bill; comedy drama in 4 acts, by An- 
drew Glassford. [2], 65 p. 4". Typewritten. 
© Ic. June 6, 1913; D: 33420; Frank H. 
Glassford, New York. 1708 

Appetite (The) for scandal; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by K. II. Gillmore. 

© Rufus Hamilton Gillmore, Arlington, 
Mass.; 1899:59452, Sept. 16. 1709 

Appikoires (Der) (The infidel) ; drama in 4 
acts, by Joseph ilarkowitz. 

T 1 ~ 

103 p. 8". Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1915; D: 40525; Joseph 
Kessler, New York. 1709a 

Appius and Virginia. Sec Mastei-pieces of the 
English drama; Webster and Tourneur. 

Apple blossoms. 

© Ulric B. Collins, San Francisco ; D : 4807, 
Mar. 29, 1904. 1710 

a fancv frolic, by Harriette Wilbur. 4 p. 

12°. 

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 13885, Sept. 
21, 1908; 2c. Nov. 17, 1908. 1711 

a play of the present in 1 act, by F. Dobin- 

son and A. Mathews. 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Florence Dobinson and Amanda Mathews, 

Los Angeles ; D : 12337, Feb. 10, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 

13, 1908. 1712 



Apple blossoms — Continued. 

quaint comedy in 1 act, by W. B. Patton. 

[2], 9 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Aug. 17, 1911; D: 24965; William B. 
Patton, Rochester, N. Y. 1713 

3 act rural comedy, by R. M. Sperry. Type- 
written. 

© Robert M. Sperry, Bridgeport, Conn. ; 
1899 : 66227. Oct. 12 ; 2c. Oct. 20. 1714 

Apple of discord; by M. Le Roy Arnold, Lillian 
Bird Garrow, and Ruth Eddy Leonard. 27 p. 
16°. Printed. 

© Class of 1904 of the University of Min- 
nesota, Minneapolis; D : 4980, May 3, 1904; 2c. 
June 4, 1904. 1715 

Apple (The) of Eden; romantic play in 4 acts, 
by C. Carlton Wallace. 86 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 5, 1913; D : 33411 ; Darcy & 
Wolford, New York. 1716 

Apples of Eden. Typewritten. 

© Beulah Marie Dix, Cambridge, Mass.; 
1897:9845, Feb. 8; Ic. Feb. 8. 1717 

Apples of Sodom. 

© Laura E. White, New York; D : 11064, 
July 27, 1907. 1718 

modern drama in 3 acts, by L. F. Brand. 

108 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1909 ; D : 17629 ; Louise Fenton 
Brand, Milwaukee. 1719 

a play in 4 acts, by G. S. Johns and Z. 

Akins. 

© Geo. S. Johns and Zoe Akins, St, Louis; 
D : 10105, June 21, 1909. 1720 

by Marion Bruce. 94 p. f°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. July 16, 1909; D : 16447 ; George S. 
Johns and Zoe Akins, St. Louis. 

See also Reconstruction. 



1721 



Appointment (The); play in 1 act, by A. Hoff- 
man. [7] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 17, 1915 ; D : 40973 ; Aaron Hoff- 
man. New York. 1721a 

Appomattox; a drama in 4 acts, by R. E. Heller. 

© Robley Eugene Heller, Abingdon, 111. ; 

1899:54170, Aug. 25; 2c. Sept. 25. 1722 

a military drama in a prolog and 3 acts, by 

G. R. Morse. 

© George R. Morse, New York ; 1895 : 2871, 
Jan. 9. 1723 

a military play in 4 acts, by W. H. Shelton. 

© William Henry Shelton, New York ; 1893 : 
36998, Aug. 9. 1724 



5379—15- 



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81 



1725 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



1745 



Appomattox — Continued. 

a 1 act playlet, by L. Bnglehardt-Probert. 

© Lionel Englehardt-Probert, Buffalo; D: 
10112, Mar. 11, 1907. 1725 

an original military drama in 4 acts, by 



Oscar Romulus Beers. 

© Charles Edward Hondrick, Bridgeport, 
Conn. ; 1S95 : 12256, Mar. 1. 1726 

——•play in 1 act, by G. Seibel. [2], 16 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

® Ic. Feb. 6, 1914 ; D : 35935 ; George Seibel, 
Pittsburg. 1726a 

by R. Stuart and D. A. Bragdon. 

© RMli)h Stuart and Dudley A. Bragdon, St. 
Louis; 18S)7: 55739, Oct. 4; 2c. Oct. 4. 1727 

— — or, Love and war, a comic opera in 2 acts 
and 3 scenes, by M. J. Lebmayer. Type- 
written. 

© M. J. Lehmayer, Baltimore ; 1892 : 23262, 
June 2 ; 2c. June 2. 1728 

the war of the blue and the gray, a drama 

in 5 acts, by J. L. Rocbe. 

© James L. Roche, Memphis, Teun. ; 1892: 
334S. Jan. 20 ; 2c. May 2. 1729 

Apprentie (L'); in^ce eu 4 actes et 10 tableaux 
ll)ar (lustave Gelfroy] Paris [Inipr. de I'lllus- 
trationj liK)7. 1 p. 1., 102 j). S". 

© G. Geffroy, Paris; A : 11995, Dec. 28, 1907 ; 
2c. Dec. 28, 1907. 1730 

Apres coup! ou tics; coinodie en 1 acte TPJir] A. 
Rene Berton. I'aris, G. Ondet. 52 p. 12". 

© Aug. 27, 1909; 2c. Sept. 25, 1909: D: 
10923; Georges Ondet, Paris. 1731 

Apres I'opera; dranie en 2 actes et 3 tableaux, 
par Georges Docquois [pseud, of Henry Gau- 
thier-Villars] et Jean Reibrach [pseud, of 
Jean Chabrier] d' apr&s la nouvelle de Jean 
Reibrach, La vengeance du mari. Paris, P. V. 
Stock, 1900. 50 p. 12°. 

© P. V. Stock, Paris; D : 8854, July 24, 1906; 
2c. July 24, 1900. 1732 

Apres le pardon; comedie en 5 actes [par] P. 
Decourcelle. I'aris [Inipr. de rillustratiou] 
1907. 2 p. 1., 80 p. S". 

© Pierre Decourcelle, Paris; D: 11675, Nov. 
7, 1907; 2c. Nov. 7, 1907. 1733 

Apres nioi; piece en 3 actes, par H. Bernstein. 
I'aris, A. Fayard. 254 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 5, 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1911 ; D : 24028 ; 
Henry Bernstein, Paris. 1734 

Apres vous le Bottin; de Henry de Brisay. 2 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1912 ; D : 30010 ; Gaumont co.. 
New York. 1735 



April; a play by Alice M. Bradley. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© A. M. Bradley, New York; D : 9110, Sept. 
19, 1900; 2e. Sept. 19, 1906. 1736 

April and May; musical comedy, by W. B. 
Young. [4], 109 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1912 ; D : 31245 ; William Ber- 
tram Yoiuig, Chicago. 1737 

April first. Typewritten. 

© Clarice Vance, New York ; 1900 A : 21381, 
Aug. 27; 2c. Aug. 27. 1738 

a farce comedy playlet, by J. Driscoll. [21, 

21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 20, 1912; D: 29097; Joseph Dris- 
coll, New York. 1739 

protean playlet in 1 act, by Leon Rogee and 

S. Neuwirth. [12] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1914 ; D : 35575 ; Sol. Neuwirth, 
Brooklyn. 1739a 

April fool; a comedy sketch, by R. V. Hildc- 
brand. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Roy V. Hildebraud, Columbus, O. ; D: 
16012, June 5, 1909 ; 2c. June 5, 1909. 1740 

a farce comedy in 3 acts, l)y G. Williams. 

Typewritten. 

© Gus Williams, New York; 1891:34323. 
Sept. 26; 2c. Oct. 10. 1741 

-an original comedy in 1 act, by L. Droge. 

Typewritten. 

© Lillian Droge, San Francisco ; D : 832, 
Sept. 3, 1901; 2c. Sept. 3, 1901. 1742 

-—or. After the christening', an Irish farce 
in 1 scene, by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, United States; 1874: 
154.55, Dec. 23. 1743 

-or. The clown drill, an exercise for small 

hoys, by Elizabeth F. Guptill. Franklin, O., 
Eldridge entertainment house. 8 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1914 ; D : 39297 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, Franklin. O. 

1743a 

April (The) fool girl; comedy in prologue and 3 
acts, by W. J. Neidig. [129] p. 4°. Tj'pe- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1914; D: 38075; William J. 
Neidig, Chicago. 1743b 

April fools; a farce in 1 act for three male char- 
acters, by W. F. Chapman. New York, II. 
lioorbach. 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1890:5364. 
Feb. 12; 2c. Mar. 25. 1744 

April (An) shower; a 1 act comedy, by Loota 
[pseud, of Louisa Lee Anstey] 

© Louisa Lee Anstey, Oyster Bay, N. Y. ; 
1899 : 19140, Mar. 14. 1745 

See also Talking (The) woman. 



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April showers. 4". Typewritten. 

I© Arthur Blanchard, Cambridge, Mass. ; D : 
6008, Jan. 5, 1905; 2c. Jan. 5, 1905. 1746 

April skies; a drama in 1 act from Julia Schay- 
er's story, The major's appointment, by E. M. 
Roberts. 

© Ed M. Roberts, Fort Madison, la. ; 1893 : 
43552, Sept. 29. 1747 

April's fool; melodrama in 3 acts, by G. John- 
stone and John Nelson Harrower. 151 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1915 ; D : 39274 ; Gordon John- 
stone, New York. 1747a 

Apron-string's; play in 5 acts, by H. Booth. 150 
J). 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1909 ; D : 37060 ; Hilliard Booth, 
New York. 1748 

Apuleius. Sec Cupid and Psyche. 

Aqui hase farta un hombre; sainete Ifrico en 1 
ncto y en prosa, de Jorge y Jose de la Cueva. 
nu'isica del maestro Chapi. Madrid, Sociedad 
de a u tores espaiioles, 1909. 48 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16252 ; 
Jorge y Jose de la Cueva, Madrid. 1749 

Aqui todos somos buenos; comedia en 1 acto y 
in prosa, original de G. Canto y E. Calonge. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espauoles] 1909. 
35 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16907; Gouzalo Canto and Enrique Calonge. 
Madrid. 1750 

Arab (The); play in 4 acts, by E. Selwyn. [106] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1911; D : 23911 ; Edgar Sel- 
wyn, New York. 1751 

Arab (An) abduction. See OfiE to Egypt. 

Arabella; play in 3 acts, by G. R. Malloch. 
Covent Garden, England, Stephen Swift & co., 
ltd.. 1912. 127 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1912; D:310S5; George Rep- 
tou Malloch, Chingford, Essex, England. 1752 

Arabella's infatuation. See Wanted, a theatre 
company. 

Arabia (Le) feliz; entremes lirico, original y en 
prosa, libro de Felipe Perez Capo, musica de 
Rafael Calleja. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1907. 16 p. 12°. 

© Felipe Perez Capo, Madrid ; D : 10309, Apr. 
10, 3907; 2c. Apr. 9, 1907. 1753 

Arabian (An) g'irl and forty thieves; based on 
the 1001 nights, an entertainment in 4 acts, 
originated and designed by David Henderson. 
Typewritten. 

© Frances M. Henderson, New York; 1899: 
27220, Apr. 19; 2c. Apr. 19. 1754 



Arabian (The) lovers; or. The sacred jar, east- 
ern tale in 4 acts, by H. F. Downing. London, 
Francis Griffiths. 85 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 10, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1913 ; D : 35595 ; 
Henry Francis Downing and Francis Griffiths, 
London. 1754a 

Arabian (An) night; opera in 1 act, by N. 
Geddes. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1915; D:396S6; Norman 
Geddes, Detroit. 1754b 

or, Haroun al Raschid and his mother-in- 
law, a comedy in 4 acts frojn the German of 
von Moser, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1879:15570, 
Nov. 18 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1880. 1755 

Arabian (The) nights; dramatized by P. P. 
Banholzer. 

© Paul P. Banholzer, Philadelphia; 1895: 
42494, Aug. 20. 1756 

or, Aladdin's wonderful lamp, as a spec- 
tacular burlesque in 3 acts, by A. Thompson. 

© Alfred Thompson, New York ; 1887 : 8652, 
Apr. 9. 1757 

See alfio Amour. — Jar (The) of olives. — 

Talking bird. 

Arabi's daughter; a spectacular extravaganza 
in 4 acts and 5 tableaux, by A. Kelly and F. F. 
Kelly. 

© Allen Kelly and Florence Finch Kelly, 
New York ; 1892 : 9800, Mar. 4. 1758 

Arabs of New York; local drama in 1 act, by 
J. J. McCloskey. 

© James J. McCloskey, Brooklyn; 1874: 
1873, Feb. 17. 1759 

Arab's (The) revenge; 1 act sketch, by W. Cole- 
man. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 26, 1911 ; D : 23195 ; Walter Cole- 
man, New York. 1760 

Araby's daughter. See Chieftain's (The) sac- 
rifice. 

Araminta Snow; or. Fun in a studio. 10 p. 4°. 
Typewi'itten. 

© Florence Armitage. New York ; D : 9924. 
Feb. 8, 1907; 2c. Nov. 19, 1906. 1761 

Araminta's wedding; a new and original Ethio- 
pian musical comedy in 1 act and 3 scenes, by 
W. Courtright. 

© Wm. Courtright, Philadelphia; 1882: 
1S777, Nov. 6. 1762 

Aramis, the master mind; an historical drama 
in 4 acts, from the French of Alexander 
Dumas, by W. S. Mathews. 

© Walter S. Mathews, Louisville; 1889: 
20103, June 27. 1763 



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1783 



Arbaces; in 5 acts, a dramatij^.itiou by T. E. 
Newman of The last clays of Pompeii, by Lord 
Lytton. 

© Thomas Edmund Newman, Salt Lake 
City; D: 2998, Feb. 14, 1903. 1764 

a tragedy, an original dramatization of Ed- 
ward Rulwer Lytton's novel, The last days of 
Pompoii, by II. M. Fry. 

© H. M. Fry, Reading, Pa.; 1891:16341, 
May 4. 1765 

Arbaces of Egypt; play in 4 acts, taken from 
Lord Lytton's novel. The last days of Pompeii, 
by J. V. Legambi. 4 v. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. IG, 1914; D : 382S4 ; James Vin- 
cent Legambi, Scranton, Pa. 1765a 

Arbaces, the Egyptian; or, Love in Pompeii, 
tragedy in 4 acts from Edward Bulwer Lyt- 
ton's Last days of Pompeii, by I. M. INIayer. 

© Ida Marguerite Mayer, St. Louis ; 1888 : 
23988, Aug. 22. 1766 

Arbitrating' Liz; comedy in 1 act, by C. H. 
O'Domiell. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1915; D: 41397; Charles H. 
O'Donnell, New York. 1766a 

Arbitration; an American drama in 3 acts, by 
S. P. Danzig. 

© Seymour Prince Danzig, New York : 1895 : 
9111, Feb. 12. 1767 



1 act comedy, by A. Mixon. 17 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 23, 1911 ; D : 23492 ; Ada ]Mixon. 
Washington. 1768 

or. The strength of union, a comedy drama 

in 5 acts, by W. A. Demnion. 

© C. Winifred Perkins, Watorbnry, Conn.. 
and ^^'illiam Augustus Dennuon, Hartford, 
Conn. ; D : 3526, May 18, 1903. 1769 

Arbitrators (The); a di'amatic composition in 3 
acts, by J. J. Morton. 

© James Joseph Morton, New York ; D : 
2011, Oct. 28, 1902. 1770 

Arbor day. Sec Devoted (The) friends. 

Arbre (L') de Noel. Sec Christmas (The) tree. 

Arc (The) light; musical drama, composed and 
written by R. D. Hall. 

© Ruele Dannie Hall, Scranton, Pa.; 1892: 
10800, Mar. 10. 1771 

Arcadia; a burlesque extravaganza in 2 acts 
and 9 scenes, by W. Gill. 

© William Gill, Boston; 1886 : 7340, Mar. 30. 

1773 

a comedy in 4 acts, by Victorien Sardou, 

tr. by AV. J. P.rooks. 

© Walter Julian Brooks, New York ; 1SS4 : 
25105, Dec. 17. 1773 



Arcadians (The); a new fantastic musical play 
in 3 acts, book by j\Iark Ambient and A. M. 
Thompson, lyrics by Arthur Wimperis, music 
by I>ionel Monckton and Howard Talbot. Lon- 
don, Chappell & CO., ltd. 25 p. 12". 

© Cbappell & CO., ltd.. London; D : 15760, 
May 1, 1909 ; 2c, May 1, 1909. 1774 

Arcady; a pastoral operetta in 3 acts, words and 
music by J. W. B. Hanington. 

© John Walter Barron Hanington, Victoria, 
B. C. : D : 1901, May 19, 1902. 1775 

Archbishop (An); drama in 4 acts, from the 
French of Marie-Henri Beyle, dramatized by 
Mrs. R. Delno Shymer and Theo. Lowe. [3], 
53 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20, 1912; D: 28778; T. Lowe and 
Mrs. R. D. Sliymer, New York. 1776 

Arche (Die) Noachs. See Hohe (Die) des 

gefiihls. 

Arche (Die) Noah, (La grue de la scene); 
schvvank in 3 akten, 5 bildern, von Victor Mil- 
lere, fur die deutsclie biihne bearbeitet von 
Ralph Arthur Rolterts. Miincheu, Dreimasken 
verlag, g. m. b. h. 95 p. S". 

© Ic. July 6, 1914 ; D : 37467 ; Drei masken 
verlag, -Munich. 1777 

Archer (The) of the EJiine; a romantic melo- 
drama, by A. de JNIontboliard. 40 p. 16°. 

© Albert de Montbeliard, Detroit; D : 10550, 
May 13, 1.007; 2c. May 16. 1907. 1778 

Archery (The) of Cupid: a farce in 1 act, by Ij. 
.M. Bond. 11 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Le^is McGregor Bond, Brooklyn ; D : 
7502, Oct. 21, 1905; 2c. Oct. 10, 1905. 1779 

Arch-fiend; by J. J. Chatfield. f°. Typewritten. 

© John J. Chatfield, Chicago; D : 8932, Aug. 
8, 1906; 2c. Aug. 8, 1900. 1779a 

Archie; or, A girl's folly, a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by (ieorge De Valois [pseud, of M. C. 
Walsh.] 

© Mary C. Walsh, Brooklyn; 1880:16122. 
Oct. 25 ; Ic. Nov. 5. 1780 

Archie Lovell; a comedy drama in 4 acts, bv 
F. C. Burnand. 

© Inire Kiralfy, United States; 1878:2241, 
Feb. 21. 1781 

Architect (The); or. Life in California, a drama 
in 4 acts, by G. I. Nowitzky. Washington. 

© George I. Nowitzkj', United States; 1877: 
2870, Mar. 8. 1782 

Archmillionaire (An); a Spanish comedy in 3 
acts, by Pedro de Novo y Colson, tr. into Eng- 
lish and adapted by J. de Susini-Etcheverry. 

© Justus de Susini-Etcheverry, New York: 
D : 1199, Dec. 19, 1901. 1783 



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1803 



Areola, the prairie belle; or. Old Pomposity, 
an original romantic comic opera in 3 acts, 
bool^ by C. A. Williams, music by Richard 
Kieserling, jr. Typewritten. 

I© Cbarles Alfred Williams, Cincinnati; 
D : 703, .July 29, 1901 ; 2c. July 20. 1901. 1784 

Arctic; or. North pole expedition, comic opera 

in 3 acts, libretto by J. Franklin Warner, 

music by G. Walter Gould and P. W. Turnbull. 

© Martha J. Warner, Boston; 1882:14524, 

Sept. 1. 1785 

Arctic architects; farce in 2 acts, by E. B. Mor- 
ris. Philadelphia, Penn publishing co., 1910. 
12". 

© J.-m. 25, 1910 ; 2c. Jan. 27, 1910 ; D : 20036 ; 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 1786 

■ -Same. 34 p. 12". 

© Mi\y 18, 1910 ; 2c. May 20, 1910 ; D : 21070 ; 
I'eun pub. co., Philadelphia. 1787 

Ivrics, bv Edwin Bateman Morris and H. C. 

:\reyer. 18*^ p. 10". 

© Dec. 14, 1909 ; 2c. Dec. 24, 1909 ; D : 17817 : 
IT. C. Meyer, Washington. 1788 

Arctic (The) circle; musical satire in 3 acts, by 
F. W. Beach and Willis Freeman. [58] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 22, 1911. D: 23720; Frederick 
W. Beach, Chicago. 1789 

Arctic mystery. See Captain Cunningham. 

Ardath; traced v in 3 acts with 10 scenes, by A. 
Craft. [401 p. 4". Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 16. 1914; D: 36729; Albert Craft, 
Steilacoom, Wash. 1789a 

Sec also Ang'el (An) bride. 

Arden; an idyll in 2 acts, by E. Dodge. 20 p. f". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20,1913 ; D : 32371 ; Esther Dodge, 
Landorer, Md. 1790 

Arden of Feversham. See Lilies that fester. 

Ardmore; a blank verse tragedy in 5 acts, by 
F. L. Benedict. 

© I'rank Lee Benedict, United States ; 1884 : 
6514, Mar. 26. ^ 1791 

Arduin. See Collected plays and poems; by 
Cale Young Kice. — Immortal (The) lure. 

Are bachelors a failure? satirical comedy in 3 
acts, by W. Collison. [89] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1914; D: 35886; Wilson Col- 
lison, Columbus, O. 1791a 

Are you a buffalo? a comedy, by M. W. Ster- 
ling. Typewritten. 

© :Marie Welleslev Sterling, Camden, N. J. : 
D : 402, Apr. 26, 1901 ; 2c. June 7, 1901. 1792 



Are you a buffalo — Continued. 

a comedy in 3 acts, by Harry B. Marshall. 

Typewritten. 

© Gus Hill, New York; D : 490, May 20, 

1901 ; 2c. Aug. 23, 1901. 1793 

Are you a lobster; 1 act farce comedy, by Frank 
Kennedy. 

© Williams & Pullman, Palmyra, N. Y. ; 
D : 7886, Jan. 22, 1906. 1794 

Are you a mason? (Die logenbriider) ; farce 
comedy in 3 acts, adapted from the German of 
Carl Laufs and Curt Kraatz by Leo Ditrich- 
stein. ^'ew York, E. Lederer and C. Herr- 
mann, 1901. 83 p. 8". 

© Emanuel Lederer and Carl Ilerrmaua, 
New York; D : 390, Apr. 24, 1901; 2c. June 
10, 1901. 1795 

Are you a member? a prologue in 1 act; and 
The initiation of a candidate, in 2 acts; a 
burlesque by J. A. Wamsley. 41 p. 16°. 

© James A. Wamsley, Philadelphia : D : 
6242, Feb. 18, 1905; 2c. June 29, 1905. 1796 

Are you a Mormon? comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
H. King and B. Woods. 63 p. f". Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1913; D : 34549 ; Harrison 
King and Benj. Woods, Kansas City, Mo. 1797 

Are you a nut? or. Foolish moments in one, 
play in 1 act, by O. T. Johnsone. 6 p. f". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 6, 1912 ; D : 31335 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 1798 

Are you a smoker? 4". Typewritten. 
■ © Walter Stephens and Chance Newton, 
London; D:9684, Dec. 24, 1906; 2c. Dec. 24. 
1906. 1799 

Are you an anarchist? farcical bomb in 3 ex- 
plosions, by N. Lublin and Samuel Golding. 
3 V. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1914; D: 38081; Nathan 
Lublin, Brooklyn. 1799a 

Are you an eagle? a dramatic composition in 1 
act, by W. L. Ballauf. Typewritten. 

© William L. Ballauf, New York; D : 785, 
Aug. 21, 1901; 2c. Aug. 21, 1901. 1800 

or, The eagle's nest, by S. Peel. 3 p. f°. 



Typewritten. 

© Seth Peel, Springfield, 111. ; D : 2312, Sept. 
8, 1902 ; 2c. Aug. 11, 1902. 1801 

Are you an elk? 

© A. H. Knoll, Erie, Pa. ; D : 2077, Julv 1, 
1902. 1802 

4 act comedy drama, by J. W. Erwin. Type- 
written. 

© J. W. Erwin, Ellinwood, Kan.; D:2051. 
June 25, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1902. 1803 



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1824 



Are you an elk — Contiiiuecl. 

an original musical comedy, by B. Link. 

© Billy Link, Columbus, O. ; D : 2S02, Jan. 
2, 1903. 1804 

Are you an oddfellow? a farce comedy, adopted 
from the German, by W. Brandon. 

I© Whit Brandon, Paola, Kan. ; D : 1570, 
Mar. 13, 1902. 1805 

Are you crazy? 4°. Typewritten. 

© Damsel & Lawrence, Columbus, O. ; D : 
9721, Dec. 31, 1906; 2c. Jan. 30, 1907. 1806 

Are you deaf? comedy sketch in 1 act, by C. 
Sinione. 

© Charles Simone, New York; D : 13078, 
May 23, 190S. 1807 

Are you glad or sorry? a play in 4 acts, by E. B. 

Tilton. 

© Edwin B. Tilton, Brooklyn; 1897:45.511, 



Auir. 12. 



1808 



Are you insured? a sparkling, eccentric comedy, 
in 3 acts, by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, New York ; 1885 : 6747, 
Mar. 21. 1809 

Are you kidding me? play in 1 act, by O. T. 

Jobusone. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1914 ; D : 37202 ; Otto T. John- 
soue, Brooklyn. 1809a 

Are you my wife? farce, by F. Halsey. [1] 19 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 20, 1913 ; D : 33556 ; Forrest Hal- 
sey, Fredericksburg, Va. 1810 

Aren't they wonders? play in 1 act by C. F. 
Nirdlinger. 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1915 ; D : 40674 ; Charles Fred- 
eric Nirdlinger, New York. 1810a 

Argo and Irene; a dramatic composition, by J. 
R. Monroe. 

© Jasper R. Monroe, Seymour, Ind. ; 1874: 
6902, May 22; 2c. June 4. 1811 

Argonauts (The); comic opera libretto, by M. 
B. Cooke. 4°. Typewritten. 

© :\Iarjorie Benton Cooke, Chicago; D: 
1595, ilar. 17, 1902 ; 2c. Mar. 17, 1902. 1812 

Argonauts (The) of '49; or. Ocean to ocean, a 
drama in 5 acts, by Bartley Campbell. 

© Frank E. Aiken, Chicago; 1875:1707, 
Feb. 23. 1813 



— or. The idyl of Welcome Canyon, a tale of 
the Sierra Nevadas, an original romantic 
drama in 5 acts, by H. Merry. 

© Harley Merry, Flatbush, L. I.; 1879: 
11257, Aug. 23. 1814 



I 



1 



Argonauts (The) of 1897; in 4 acts, by E. L. 
McI>owell and Edward Young. 

© Edwin L. McDowell, St. Louis; 1897: 
48168, Aug. 27. 1815 

Argument of Izeyl. See Izeyl (Argument of) 

Argus-eyed; a 1 act comedy, by C. Renauld. 
Typewritten. M 

© Charles Renauld, New York; 1892:14187. ' 
Mar. 31; 2c. Mar. 31. 1816 

Argyle (The) case; drama in 4 acts, by H. Ford 
.ukI H. J. O'Higgins, written with the co- 
operation of William J. Burns. 118 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1912 ; D : 30421 ; Harriet Ford, 
New York, and Harvey J. O'Higgins, Martins- 
ville, N. J. 1817 

Aria, the musician's daughter; by Theodore 
Kremer. Typewritten. 

© Edward C. White, New York; 1899: 

52361, Aug. 15; 2c. Aug. 15. 1818 

A.riadne; or. Modern ways in ancient days, a 
comic opera in 2 acts, by Leopold A. Camacho, 
composed by Gustav Heiniken, jr. 

© L. A. Camacho and G. Heiniken, jr.. New 
Brighton, N. Y. ; 1893 : 50713, Nov. 14. 1819 

See also Gioja. 

Ariadne auf ISTaxos; oper in 1 aufzuge, von 
Hugo von Hofmaunsthal, musik von Richard 
Strauss. Berlin, Paris, A. Fiirstner. 160 p. 
12°. 

© May 14, 1912; 2c. June 13, 1912; D: 
29953; Adolph Fiirstner, Paris. 1820 

• zu spielen uach dem Biirger als edel- 



niann des Moliere. Regiebuch von Prof. Max 
Reinhardt. Berlin, Paris, A. Fiirstner, 1913. 
137 p., diagrs. 8°. 

© Jan. 22, 1913; 2c. Feb. 8, 1913; D: 32225; 
Adolph Fiirstner, Paris. 1821 

Ai'iadne in Naxos. See Agonists (The) 

Ariadne on Naxos; opera in 1 act, by Hugo von 
Hofmaunsthal, music by Richard Strauss, Eng- 
lish tr. by Alfred Kalisch. Paris, A. Fiirstner, 
1913. 49 p. 16". 

© May 26, 1913; 2c. June 23, 1913; D: 
33581; Adolph Fiirstner, Paris. 1822 

Ariana; draninia lirico in 4 atli, [dil Catulle 
Mendes, musiea di J. Massenet, tr. di Alex 
Jjeawington. Paris, Hengel et cie., 1907. 63 p. 
12°. 

© Heugel & CO., Paris ; D : 11443, Sept. 30. 
1907; 2c. Sept. 30, 1907. 1823 

Ariane; opera en 5 actes, poeme do Catulle 
Mendes, musique de J. Massenet. Livret. 
Paris, Hougel et cie., 1900. 108 p. 12". 

© Heugel & CO., Paris; D : 9610, Dec. 10, 
1900 ; 2c. Dec. 10, 1906. 1824 



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1846 



Ariane and Blue Beard; lyric story in 3 acts, 
by Maurice Maeterlinck, music by Paul Dulias. 
New York, F. Rullman. 35 p. 8°. 

.© Nov. 20, 1910; 2c. Nov. 19, 1910; D: 
22594; Fred Rullman, New York. 1825 

Ariane e Barbe-bleue; leggenda in 3 atti di 
IManrice r^iaeterJiuck, musiea di Paul Dukas. 
Paris, A. Durand et flls. 51 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 25, 1911 : 2c. Feb. 25, 1911 ; D : 23460 ; 
Durand et cie., Paris. 1826 

Arion; a burlesque in 3 acts, by H. C. Baker. 
Typewritten. 

© Henry Charles Baker, Iowa City, la. ; 
1896: 70499, Dec. 28; 2c. Dec. 28. 1827 

play in 4 acts, by G. Lucas. 96 p. f. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 21, 1914; D : 37634 ; George 
Lucas, Passaic, N. J. 1827a 

Aristocracy; in 5 acts, dramatized by Countess 
Norraikow, by permission of D. Appleton & 
CO., New York. Typewritten. 

© Ella Norraikow, New York ; 1892 : 18874, 
May 2; Ic. May 2. 1828 

■ a musical drama in 3 acts, by P. E. Hop- 
kins. Boston, 1877. 

© Pauline E. Hopkins, Boston; 1877:9426, 
Aug. 16. 1829 

Aristocrat (The); a comedy drama by F. M. 
W'itmarlv and F. B. Hawkins. 

© Frank INI. Witmark and Fred B. Hawkins, 
New York ; 1892 : 25138, June 15. 1830 

a drama in 2 acts, by H. G. Brett. 

© Helen Gelston Brett, Brooklyn; 1877: 
G791. Jxnie 7. 1831 

play in 3 acts, by L. D. Freeman. 80 p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 24, 1911 ; D : 24569 ; Lea D. Free- 
man, New Orlean.s. 1832 

Aristocrat from Texas; romantic play of to-day 
in 4 acts, by G. S. Dnnkin. 90 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1909; D: 17426; Gertrude 
Scott Dunkiu. New York. 1833 

Aristocrat (The) of the mind; a play in 4 acts, 
by Siegfried Goodman. 

© S. Goodman, Chicago ; D : 15046, Feb. 10, 
1909. 1834 

Aristocratic (An) tramp; by Lem B. Parker. 

© William Kilroy, New York; D : 3248, Apr. 
6, 1903. 1835 

Aristocrats. 4°. Typewritten. 

© James Hay, jr., Washington; D : 7549, 
Nov. 11, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 11, 1905. 1836 



Aristokrat und farmer; lustspiel in 3 akten, aus 
deni dentschamerikanischeu farmerlebeu, von 
K. Schmalhaus. 

© Karl Selimalhaus, Davenport, la. ; D : 
13486, Aug. 3, 1908. 1837 

Aristophanes' apology. Sec Balaustion's Eu- 
ripides. 

Aristophanes' Birds, Frogs and Clouds; liter- 
ally tr. with notes by W. J. Hickie, with an 
introduction by E. Brooks, jr. Philadelphia, 
D. McKay [1899] 267 p. 16°. 

© David McKay, Philadelphia; 1899: 
37474, June 8 ; 2c. Oct. 9. ^ 1837a 

Arizona; a drama in 4 acts, by Augustus 
Thoma s. 

© Robert Howard Russell, New York ; 1899 : 
51676, Aug. 11 ; 2c. Sept. 6. 1838 

supposed by the author to be a comedy, by 

J. B. Frost. 

© John B. Frost, Atlanta ; 1898 : 22914, Apr. 
11 ; 2c. July 18. 183S 

or, Ancient America, a western military 



drama in 4 acts, by A. C. Carson. 

© Andrew Carlisle Carson, Denver; 1898: 
31134, May 19 ; 2c. July 19, 1899. 1840 

Arizona (An) bandit; or, The Arizonian, in 4 
acts, by W. F. Mann. 

© W. F. Mann, Baltimore ; D : 8025, Feb. 
19, 1906. 1841 

Arizona Bess; dramatic sketch in 1 act, by F. 
Morris. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 5, 1911 ; D : 25938 ; Frances Mor- 
ris, Colorado Spriiags, Col. 1842 

Arizona (The) carnival. See Stinger. 

Arizona (An) girl; a drama in 4 acts, by Beau- 
mont Claxton [])seud. of Thomas Claxton 
Taylor]. 

© P. C. Rosar, Lincoln, 111. ; D : 435, May G, 
1901. 1843 

Arizona (An) hold up. See Sure Shot Klit, the 
dead man's claim. 

Arizona (An) incident; a sketch, by R. Foster. 
11 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Roy Foster, West Pullman, 111. ; D : 13731, 
Sept. 8, 1908; 2c. Sept. 8, 1908. 1844 

Arizona Jim, a rough rider; 1 act sketch, by 
H. Lacy. 

© Harry Lacy, New York ; 1899 : 69734, Oct. 
26. 1845 

Arizona Joe, the shooting star. 

© Joseph Alexander Bruce, New York ; 1886 ; 
10368, May 1. 1846 



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1871 



Arizona (The) kicker; a farce comedy in 3 acts. 

© I). 1]. I.esler co., New York; D : 149S, 

Feb. 27, 1902. 1847 

an original American comedy in 4 acts, by 

H. A. Dn Soiicliet and C. T. Vincent. 

© Henry A. Du Sonchet and Chas. T. Vin- 
cent, United States; 1900:2949, Feb. 1; 2c. 
Feb. 1. 1848 

Arizona Kid; melodrama in 3 acts, by M. Har- 
court. 68 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1912; D: 31110; M. Harcourt, 
New York. 1849 

Arizona (An) romance; sketch in 1 act, by E. 
Blair. [11] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 28, 1911; D: 23768; Eugenie 
Blair, Philadelphia. 1850 

Arizona stampede; western dramatic horse 
piece, by J. B. Rue. 4 p. f". Tyi)ewritten 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1913 ; D : 34072 ; Jacob B. Rue, 
Red Bank, N. J. 1851 

Arizona (The) widow; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
II. J. AV. I):im. 

© Henry J. W. Dam, Sacramento, Cal. ; 
1884 : 8228, Apr. 19. 1852 

Arizona's girl bandit; a western drama in 4 
acts, by C. A. Davy. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Catherine Amelia Davy, Mt. Washington, 
Mo. ; D : 11556, Oct. 19, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 19, 1907. 

1853 

Arizonian (The); a drama in 4 acts, by W. J. 
Carter. 4". Typewritten. 

© William J. Carter, New York; D : 10042, 
Feb. 28, 1907; 2c. June 19, 1907. 1854 

Sec nUo Arizona (An) bandit. 

Arkansas (An) gal; comedy in 1 act, by D. Ben- 
nington. [13] p. f*. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1911 ; D : 23110 ; Daisy Ben- 
nington, Boberly, Mo. 1855 

Arkansas (The) traveler. 

© John W. Broderick, Newark, N. J.; D: 
6374, Mar. 21, 1905. 1856 

— ^ a farce comedy, by C. F. Converse. 

© C. F. Converse, United States; 1899: 
77188, Nov. 27. 1857 

Arkansaw; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by W. J. 

Kent. 
© Walter James Kent, Vincennes, Ind. : D : 

11624, Oct. 14. 1907. 1858 

Arkansaw (The) traveler; dramatic production 

in 5 acts, by L. W. Leonard. 

© L. W. Leonard, Kansas Citv, Mo. ; 1894 : 
61808, Dec. 31. 1859 

dramatic production in 4 acts, by L. W. 

Leona rd. 

© L. W. Leonard, Kansas City, Mo.; 1899: 
597(>4, Sept. 18. 1860 



Arkan saw's visit. Typewritten. 

© Edward Howard, New York; John Tnl- 
bert, Elmira, N. Y. : John H. Blackford, St. 
.Joseph, Mo. : and Frank Russel. New York ; 
1891 : 32978, Sept. 15 ; 2c. Sept. 15. 1861 

Arkinsaw; just a play in 3 acts, by L. J. 
Howard. 
© Lorin J. Howard, Chicago; 1899:38587, 
• June 12. 1862 

Arkwrig'ht's wife; a domestic drama in 3 acts, 
by Tom Taylor and J. S. Mackaye. 

© James Steele Mackaj-e, United States: 
1874:6357, May 9. 1863 

Arlequin (El); juguete c6mico-lfrico en 1 aeto 
y 3 cuadros en verso, de IM. Soriano y Iv. Fal- 
cato. nti'isica de Ids niaestros Teodoro Crist61)al 
y Luis Barta. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espnnoles, 1909. 38 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 : D : 10243 : 
iNIanuel Soriano y Luis Falcato, INIadrid. 1864 

Arlesiana (L'); dramma lirico in 3 atti e 4 
qnadri, di Leopoldo iMareneo, musica di Fran- 
cesco Cilea. ]\Iilano, E. Sonzogno. 47 p. 12°. 
© June 28, 1912 ; 2c. July 9, 1912 ; D : 30218 ; 
Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan. 1865 

Arlette; operette en 3 actes, paroles de Claude 
Rol.uul et L. Bouvet. Paris, C. Joubert 
[190r.]. 85 p. 4°. 

© Celestin Joubert, Paris; D : 7477, Oct. 30, 
1905 ; 2c. Oct. 30, 1905. 1866 

Arline; play in 1 act and 2 scenes, by li. Carran. 
[20] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1912; D : 28441 ; Lee Carran. 
Everett, O. 1867 

Arlington; a play in 4 acts, by M. Warl)rick. 

© Martha Warbrick, Wilkesbarre, Pa.; D: 
214, :\Iar. 14, 1901. 1868 

Arlington (The) belles; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by F. Melrose and H. Chapman. 

© Frank Melrose and Harry Chapman. 
United States ; 1886 : 14886, June 29. 1869 

Arlington Lightfoot, P. D.; comedy sketch with 
songs, words by C. Stratton, music by Arthur 
Lieber. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1915; D : 41453 ; Clarence 
Stratton, St. Louis. 1869a 

Arlington (The) pageant to commemorate the 
dedication of the new town hall; written and 
planned by Mrs. C. E. Dallin. Arlington, 
Mass., 1913. 28 p. 8°. 

© May 31, 1913 : 2c. June 2, 1913 ; A : 346970 ; 
Mrs. Cyrus Edwin Dallin, Arlington, Mas!^. 

1870 

Arlington (The) plantation; play in 1 act, by 
V. Vifaiita. [2], 4 p. 4°. Tyjmwritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1913; D: 33435; Violet 
A'ifanta, Brooklyn. 1871 



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Arm (The) chair; a play in 1 act, by Paul Pres- 
ton Temple [W. W. Davis] 7 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© William Whitina: Davis, New York; D: 
11812, Nov. 26, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 7, 1908. 1872 
Arm in arm, 

© Joseph H. Godfrey, Chicago; D : 12943, 
M:ty 11, 190S. 1873 

Arm (The) of the law; a drama in 3 acts, by 
A. Bonrchier. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Bourchier. London ; D : 7210, Sept. 
(>, 190.5; 2c. Sept. 6, 1905. 1874 

Armageddon; modern epic drama in a prologue, 
series of scenes and an epilogue, written partly 
in verse, by Stephen Phillips. New York, 
John Lane co., 1915. 94 p. 12°. 

© June 1, 1915 ; Ic. June 15, 1915 ; D : 40938 ; 
John Lane co.. New York. 1874a 

Armande; or. The mermaids cave, a musical 
spectncular burlesque in 4 acts with original 
songs and music, by L. E. Hurd. 

© L. Edwards Hurd, New York; 1877: 
11425, Oct. 6. 1875 

Armas al hombro! zarzuela c6mica en 1 acto 
dividldo en 4 cuadros, en prosa, original de 
Emilio G. del Castillo y Carlos Dotesio, mi'isica 
de los maestros Torregrosa y Alonso. Madrid. 
Sociedad de autores espnfioles, 1911. 45 p. 12°. 
© Dec. 30, 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28171 ; 
Emilio G. del Castillo y Carlos Dotesio, Jila- 
drid. 1876 

Armature (L'); [par E. Brieux] tiree du roman 
de P. Ilervieu [Pju'ls, Impr. de I'lllustra- 
tion] 1905. 2 p. 1., 91 p. 12°. 

© Eugene Brieux, Paris; D : 6341, Mar. 16. 
1905; 2e. Mar. 10. 1905. 1877 

Arme (Der) Don Juan; operette in 2 bildern, von 
Emil Zipper und Eugen Spero, musik von 
Ernst Helm. Textbuch der gasange. Leipzig 
[etc.] L. Doblinger. 1911. 22 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 21, 1911 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1912 : D : 28955 : 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. 1878 

Arme (Der) Heinrich; drama, von Gerhart 
Hauptmann. nar. 8°. 

© S. Fischer verlag, Berlin ; D : 2780, Dec. 

30. 1902; 2c. Jan. 21, 1903. ^ 1879 

See also Dramatic (The) works of Gerhart 

Hauptmann. 

Arme madchen (Poor g-irls); sociales volks- 

stiir-k in 4 aufziigen, von Guy de Maupassant. 

© Adolf Philipp, New York; 1893:39466, 

Aug. 29. 1880 

Arme (Die) Marg'aret; ein volksschauspiel aus 
dem alien Steyr in 4 akten, von Armin Fried- 
niann, nach dem gleichnamigen roman von E. 
V. Handel-Mazzetti. Wien. F. W. Schmieden 
& CO., 1911. 144 p. 12°. 

© Ic. .Tune 21, 1912; D: 30048; F. W. 
Schmieden & co., Vienna. 1881 



Arme (Der) millionar; operette in 3 akten, von 
Julius Bauer, musik von Paul Otteuheimer. 
Regiebuch. Berlm, Miinchen, Drei masken 
verlag, g. m. b. h., 1913. 221 p. diagrs. 8°. 

© Ic. June 1, 1914; D: 37175; Drei masken 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 1881a 

Armed neutrality; comedy in 1 act, by C. Foote. 
11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1915; D: 39974; Courtenay 
Foote, Los Angeles. 1881b 

Armenia; by M. Charlson. 

© Mardiros Charlson, Providence, R. I. ; 
1S97 : 15957, Mar. 8. ^ 1882 

or. The crescent and the cross, a drama 

of to-day, unfolded in 6 pictures, by F. Reinau. 

© Franz Reinau, New York; 1896:61343. 
Nov. 9. 1883 

Armenian (An) episode. Sec Echo (An) from 
Armenia. 

Armerine, the moonshiner; a tragicomedy in 5 
acts, by D. R. Nelson. 

© D. R. Nelson, Portland, Or. ; 1899 : 70028, 
Oct. 27 : 2c. Nov. 18. 1884 

Armide; opera in 5 acts, words by Quinault, 

[English version by C. T. Mason] music by 

Gluck. New York, F. Rullman, inc. 33 p. 4°. 

© Nov. 7, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 20, 1911 ; D : 28041 ; 

F. Rullman, inc., Nev/ York. 1885 

Armide et Gildis; drame en vers en 5 actes et 6 
tableaux, par Camille de Sainte-Croix. Paris, 
Librairie generale [1904] 256 p. incl. front. 
. (port.) 12°. 

© Librairie generale, Paris; D : 5979, Dec. 
29, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 29, 1904. 1886 

Armin; drama in 4 akten, von Alexander Ber- 

nay. Berlin, Boll & Pickardt, 1911. 75 p. 12°. 

© June 20, 1911 ; 2c. July 20, 1911 ; D : 24736 ; 

Boll & Pickardt, Berlin. 1887 

Arminins' brautfahrt; an allegorical festival 
plav, bv E. Roller. New York, Max Schmet- 
teriing."^ 20 p. 8°. 

© Emil Roller, New York; D:9051, Sept. 
7, 1906; 2c. Sept. 15, 1906. 1888 

Armoire (L') normande; de Emile Regehert. 
4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1912; D : 30061 ; Gaumont 
CO., New York. 1889 

Armonia conyugal; juguete c6mico en 1 acto y 
en prosa, orisrinal de L. Boada y M. de Cas- 
tro y Tiedra." Madrid, R. Velasco, 1908. 34 p. 
12°. 

© Luciano Boada y Manuel de Castro y 
Tiedra ; D : 14704, Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 

1890 



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Armorel; a drama iu 4 acts, by D. Welch. 

© Deshler Welch, New York ; D : 1068. Nov. 
6, 1901. 1891 

Armorer (The) of Naples; a romantic drama in 
6 acts, by G. I. Pitt. 

© G. Irving Pitt, Worcester; 1894:22882, 
May 5. 1892 

Arms and the man; a pleasant play, by George 
Bernard Shaw. New York, Brentano's, 1913. 
5 p. 1., [3], 80 p. 16". 

© Sept. 10, 1913; 2c. Nov. 13, 1913: A: 
361164; G. B. Shaw, London. 1893 

■ S!('c also Plays, pleasant and unpleasant. 

Arms (The) of Aphrodite; a play in 1 act, by 
I.. Grant. 12 p. 4". Typewritten 

© Lawrence (Jrant, London; D : 14909, Jan. 
27, 1909; 2c. Mar. 11, 1909. 1894 

Arms (The) of greatness; play of American life 
in 4 acts, by T. J. Kelly. [3], 71 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1912; D : 28554 ; Thomas J. 
Kelly, Brooklyn. 1895 

Armurier (L') de Tolede; operette en 3 actes. 
de Ch. Quinel et Lndovic Fortolis, musique de 
H. Bresles. Paris, Roeder, 1913. 103 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 10, 1913; 2c. Mar. 31, 1913; D: 
.32783; Henri Bresles, Paris 1896 

Armut; tranerspiel, von Anton Wildgans. Leip- 
zig, L. Staackmann, 1914. 150 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 20, 1914; Ic. May 22, 1915; D: 
40726; L. Staackmann, Leipzig. 1896a 

Army days: a play in 5 acts, by C. Fulton. New 
York, 1874. 

© Chandos Fulton, Brooklyn; 1874:10347. 
Aug. 6. 1897 

Army (An) girl; a comedy in 4 acts, by W. A. 
Elderkin. 

© W. A. Elderkin, Vancouver, Wash, ; 1884 : 
18998, Sept. 22. 1898 

Army (The) nurse; by Sidney R. Ellis. 19 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Ellery, Edgewater, N. J. ; D: 
13756, Sept. 11, 1908; 2c. Sept. 11, 1908. 1899 

Army (The) of peace. 51 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Robert D. Hogan, Beloit, Wis.; D : 4719, 

Mar. 14, 1904; 2c. Mar. 14, 1904. 1900 

Army (The) of 2013; or. To arms, sisters, mil- 
itary melodrama of the future, by N. J. 
Heaney. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1913; D: 33436; Ned Joyce 
Heaney, New York. 1901 

Army (The) surgeon; 1 act military playlet, by 
M. Downey. 12 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1913; D: 33367; Maurice 
Downey, Chicago. 1902 



Arnelda; romautisch-komische oper in 4 acten, 
von O. Eick. Philadelphia, Verlag des 
Deutsch-amerikanischen opernvereins, 1892. 

© Otto Eick, Philadelphia ; 1892 : 14303, Apr. 
1 ; 2c. Apr. 1, 1903 

Arnold's treason. See Virginia Lee. 

Around the campfires at Valley Forge. See 
Colonial (A) programme for the Daughters 
of the American Revolution. 

Around the clock; musical comedy, in 3 acts. 
109 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Hill, New York ; D : 14062, Oct. 15, 
1908 ; 2c. Mar. 8, 1909. 1904 

Around the days in 80 worlds; by W. Smith. 
© Walton Smith, Buffalo ; 1876 : 4429, Apr. 



11. 



1905 



Around the Horn. See Peleg and Peter. 

Around the Hub; an original comedy-drama in 

4 a<ts and 6 scenes, by J. Barker. 

© John Barker, Maiden, Mass.; 1893 : 11822, 
Mar. 7. 1906 

Around the station; play in 1 act, by F. W. 
Myers. 67 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 30, 1910; D: 20644; Fanny Wal- 
dron Myers, New York. 1907 

A.round the town; a musical comedy in 2 acts, 
by Eugene Walter. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ollie Mack Trumball, New York ; D : 4933, 
Apr. 23, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 2, 1905. 1908 

Around the world in an airship; by L. Parmet. 

5 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Leon Parmet, Philadelphia; D : 13087, 
June 1, 1908; 2c. June 1, 1908. 1909 

Around the world in eighty days; a drama, by 
C. E. Pillet and J. H. Connelly. 

© J. H. Connelly, New York; 1875:3005, 
Mar. 30. 1910 

original spectacular comedy, the property of 



C. Weinschenk and Kiralfy bros. 

© Kiralfv bros. and Camille Weinschenk, 
New York; 1875:7996, July 30. 1911 

Around the world in fifteen minutes; a musical 
incident in 1 spasm, by G. D. High. 15 p. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© Gavin D. High, New York; D: 1,3143, 
June 8, 1908; 2c. June 8, 1908; Ic. June 29, 
1909. 1912 

Around the world in forty minutes. See Puck. 

Around the world in sixty days; a spectacular 
drama in 3 acts, by J. Aberle. 

© Jac Aberle, Chicago ; D : 713, Aug. 2, 
1901. 1913 



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Around the world in thirty minutes; a pan- 
oramic illusion, by J. Rettig. 

© John Rettig, Cincinnati; 1895:42273, 
Aug. 19. 1914 

Around the world on wheels; [by] E. Eng- 
lander. Ms. 

© Edward Englander, Los Angeles ; 1895 : 
2873G, May 28; 2e. June 11. 1915 

Arrah-na-Pog'ue; or, The Wicklow wedding, 
[by] E. H. House. 

© E. H. House, New York ; 1891 : 48870, Dec. 
31. 1916 

Arrest (The) and trial of Santa Claus; by G. 
Redway. 

© Georgia Redway, Washington ; 1898 : 
71455, Dec. 8. 1917 

Arria and Messalina. See Messalina. 

Arriba, caballo moro! entremes en prosa, origi- 
nal de M. Garrido. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles, 1915. 21 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D- 
41084; Manuel Garrido, Madrid. 1917a 

Arriba la lig'a! pasatiempo en 1 acto, dividido en 
4 cuadros, en prosa y verso, original de En- 
rique Paradas, Joaquin Jimiuez y Adolfo San- 
chez Carrere, mfisica de Cayo Vela y Enrique 
Brii. ^Madrid. Sociedad de autores esjiailoles, 
1914. 35 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40101; E. Paradas, J. Jimenez y A. Sanchez 
Carrere, Madrid. 1917b 

Arriba, limon; en 1 acto, dividido en un prologo, 
3 cuadros y apoteosis, en prosa y verso por 
Rafael Sepulveda, Pedro Baiios y Jose Man- 
zano, mGsica del maestro Josg Power. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1913. 45 p. 
12°. 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32547 ; 
R. Septllveda, P. Bafios y J. Manzano, Madrid. 

1918 

Arrival (The) of harmony. 9 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Lorena Jansen Rentfrow, Indianapolis; 
D: 11703, Nov. 18, 1907; 2c. Nov. 18, 1907. 

1919 

Arrival (The) of Kitty. 104 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Norman Lee Swartout, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
D : 6940, July 10, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 30, 1905. 1920 

farce in 3 acts, by N. L. Swartout. Boston, 

Walter H. Baker & co., 1914. 181 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 25, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 27, 1914 ; D : 36924 ; 
Norman Lee Swartout, Summit, N. J. 1920a 

Arrival (The) of Miss Fortune. 

© Eugene H. Allen, Philadelphia ; D : 5770, 
Nov. 14, 1904. 1921 



Arrival (The) of Mr, Wrig'ht; musical comedy 
in 2 parts, by J. Whitehead Chandler. [4], 47 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1914 ; D : 37788 ; William Fran- 
cis Burke, New York. 1921a 

Arrivee (L') d'une famille en Ajnerique; en 

6 actes, par A. Corbisez. [47] p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1910 ; D : 21878 ; Arthur Cor- 
bisez, Panama, 111. 1922 

Arrow (The) and the cross; play in 4 acts, by 
P. Kewen. 36 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 18, 1915; D: 39442; Perrie 
Kewen, So. Pasadena, Cal.^ 1922a 

Arrow (The) maker; drama in 3 acts, by Mary 
Austin. New York, Duffield & co., 1911. 128 
p. front, (port.) 12°. 

© Apr. 8, 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 12, 1911 ; D : 24073 ; 
Duffield & CO., New York. 1923 

Arrow (The) maker's daughter; camp fire play, 
adapted from Longfellow's poem of Hiawatha, 
by Grace E. Smith and Gertrude Knevels. 
New York, S. French; London, S. French, ltd. 
24 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 12, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 13, 1913 ; D : 35331 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 1924 

Arrows (The) of an auto; comedy sketch in 1 
act, by J. M. Wiest. Ashland, O., Johnson 
printing co. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John M. Wiest, Ashland, O. ; D : 13578, 
Aug. 19, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 19, 1908. 1925 

Arrows (The) of fortune; an original drama in 
4 acts, by C. W. Bell. 4°. Typewritten. 

© C. W. Bell, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; 
D: 2022, .Jan. 29, 1903; 2c. Jan. 29, 1903. 

1926 

Arrows (The) of love; romantic di'ama in 4 acts, 
by C. G. Harris. [1], 83 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 15, 1912; D: 31137; Charlotte 
Glendyle Harris, New York. 1927 

Arroyo (El); sainete en 1 acto, dividido en 2 
cuadros, en prosa, original de Jose Lopez Silva 
y Julio Pellicer, mtisica de los maestros Val- 
Aerde y Foglietti. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1913. 48 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32551 ; 
J. L6pez Silva y J. Pellicer, Madrid. 1928 

Arroyo (The) Seco; a problem play in 4 acts, by 
W. Winchell. 

© Wallace Winchell, Jersey City; D : 13338, 
June 29, 1908. 1929 

Arsacidae (The). See Phraates 4. 

Arsene Lupin; pi§ce en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, 
par F. de Croisset [pseud, of Francis Wiener] 
et M. Leblanc. 1 p. 1., Ill p. 8°. 

© Francis de Croisset et Maurice Leblanc, 
Paris ; D : 15228, Mar. 3, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 3, 1909. 

1930 



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Arsene Lupin — Continued. 

a play in 3 acts, by F. de Croisset [pseud. 

of Fnincis Wiener] 
© Francis de Croisset, Faris ; D : 14122, 

Oct. 23, 1908. 1931 

Arsene Lupin centre Herlock Scholmes; piece 
a gr.-nide spectacle en ,5 actes et 15 tableaux, 
tiree des romans de JNIaurice Leblanc, par Vic- 
tor Darlay et Henry de Gorsse. [2], 198 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

1© Ic. Dec. 1. 1910; D: 22706; V. Darlay et 
H. de Gorsse, Paris. 1933 

piece en 4 actes et 15 tableaux, tiree des 

romans de M. Leblanc, par Y. Darlay et H. de 
Gorsse, musique nouvelle et arrangee deMarius 
Baggers. 32 p. 4". 

© Dec. 16, 1910 ; 2c. Jan. 7, 1911 ; D : 23035 : 
Victor Darlay, Henry de Gorsse et Maurice 
Leblanc, Paris. 1933 

Arsina; fairy spectacle in 4 acts, by C. Puerner. 

© Cbarles Puerner, New York ; 1889 : 11288. 

Apr. 9. 1934 

Art; a dramatic tale, a comedy in 3 acts adapted 
to tbe stage from Charles Reade's story of 
that name, by C. T. Harris. 

© Cbarles T. Harris, New York ; 1872 : 4997, 
May 13. 1935 

-1 act musical sketch, by T. Collins, jr. 



[17] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 11, 1911; D : 25987 ; Treve Col- 
lins, jr., Brooklyn. 1936 

or, A true girl's will, by Col. J. H. Grover. 

© J. Holmes Grover, Philadelphia; 1878: 
5292, May 2. 1937 

See also Nance Oldfield. 

Art and nature; or. The spendthrift's auction, 
in which will be introduced a series of living 
pictures, by M. Morgan, 

© Matt Morgan, United States ; 1875 : 12152, 
Nov. 17. 1938 

Art for breakfast; a farce in 1 act, by W. C. 
Parker. Philadelphia, The Penn publishing 
company, 1914. 14 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 21, 1914 ; 2c. Oct. 23, 1914 ; D : 38594 : 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 1938a 

Art. O'Brien; or, The flower of Kilmona. 

© Barney Williams, United States; 1873: 
13070, Nov. 11. 1939 

Art (The) of being bored (Le monde ou I'on 
s'ennuie); a comedy in 3 acts, by Edouard 
Pailleron, tr. by B. H. Clark. New York, 
Sauniel French : London, Samuel Fi-ench, ltd., 
1914. 100 p. 12°. 

© June 1, 1914 ; 2c. June 3, 1914 ; D : 37214 ; 
Barrett Harper Clark, Chicago. 1939a 



Art (The) of conversation; 1 act vaudeville 
sketch, by Valerie Hope [pseud, of F. H. 
lioiirns] 20 p. f°. Tyi'ewritteu. 

© Florence H. Bourns, Chicago ; D : 10772, 
June 14, 1907; 2c. May 31, 1907. 1940 

Art (The) of giving a monologue. Sec Mono- 
logues and duologues. 

Art (The) of life; a comedy, by L. W. Smith. 
• SO p. S°. Typewritten. 

© Lewis Worthington Smith, Des Moines; 
D: 12974, May 6, 1908; 2c. June 1, 1908. 1941 

Art (The) of love; a comedy in 5 acts, by A. W. 
P.ryce. 

© Albert W. Bryce, New York ; 1874 : 1674, 
Feb. 13. 1942 

Art (The) of travesty. See Supporting (The) 

dutchess. 

Art or love; by C. Keeler. 24 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1.3, 1911; D : 23341 ; Charles 
Keeler, Berkeley, Cal. 1943 

Art (The) studio; in 3 acts, by D. Shearer. Ms. 

© Dollie Shearer, Cincinnati; 1891:2179, 

Jan. 14 ; 2c. Jan. 14. 1944 

Art teachers at work; a farcical comedy in 1 
act. by G. A. Lynch. 15 p. obi. 24°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1912; D: 29270; George An- 
drew Lynch, Los Angeles 1945 
Artemus "Ward; a play in 5 acts, by A. Rhodes. 
© Albert Rhodes, United States ;i 1875: 
11093. Oct. 23. 1946 

Artful automaton; by Arthur Law. London, 
J. Williams, ltd.; New York, Edward Schu- 
berth & co. [1904] 23 p. 8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London; D : 4927, 
Apr. 23, 1904 ; 2c. Apr. 23, 1904. 1947 

Artful (An) dodger; musical farce in 3 acts, by 
G. A. Davies. 

© George A. Davies, Cincinnati; 1900 A: 
29197, Nov. 30. 1948 

Artful (The) Mr. Widemere; comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Harrison. [1], 102 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 38269; Grover Har- 
rison, Colorado Springs, Col. 1948a 

Artfulness (The) of Lora Dare; a comedy. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

I© W. Fabian, New York; D : 8979, Aug. 21, 
1900; 2c. Aug. 21, 1900. 1949 

Arthur Dimmesdale; an adaptation of The scar- 
let letter of Nathaniel Hawthorne, by T. Dal- 
ton. 13 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1909; D: 17041; Test Dalton. 
Indianapolis. 1950 



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Arthur Eustace; or, A mother's love, a temper- 
ance drama in 5 acts, by J. W. J. Todd. Clyde, 
O., Ames publishing co. 

© Ames pub. cc, Clyde, O. ; 1891:43373, 
Dec. 3; 2c. Dec. 10. 1951 

Arthur Kingsbury; or, The battle of Antietam, 
a new military allegory in 4 acts and accom- 
panying tableaux, arr. from incidents of the 
late\var, by T. E. Barrow. Mansfield, O., 1879. 

© Thomas E. Barrow, United States; 1879: 
7046, May 27 ; 2c. June 28. 1952 

Arthur O'Leary; a comedy in 4 acts, by Sheri- 
dan Burt. Omaha Barracks, Neb., 1878. 

© Andrew Sheridan Burt, Nebraska ; 1878 : 
13703, Nov. 23; 2c. Apr. 9, 1879. 1953 

Arthur Pendragon; a play in 5 acts, by W. W. 
Young. 

© W. W. Young, Monmouth, 111. ; 1880 : 5562, 
Apr. S. 1954 

Arthur, prince of Shomer; or, Smiles and tears, 
by W. H. West. 

© Willie H. West, Brooklyn; 1890:14317, 
Apr. 30. 1955 

Arthur Sonten; comedy in 3 acts, by R. E. Dun- 
bar. South Bend, Ind., Tribune printing co. 
103 p. 16". 

© Mar. 3, 1913; 2c. Mar. 5, 1913: D: 32512; 
Robin Ernest Dunbar, South Bend, Ind. 1956 

Arthur Wellesley's love story; a romantic play 
in 4 acts, by M. B. Douglas. 

© Minnie Blakestone Douglas, Omaha, Neb. : 
1S99 : 78889, Dec. 4. 1957 



Same. 

© Minnie Blakestone Douglas, Omaha. Neb. ; 
D : 144, Feb. 16, 1901. 1958 

Article (L') 47; or. Breaking the ban, a drama 
in ;> acts, by Adolphe Belot, tr. and adapted 
to the English stage by Henry L. Williimis. 
New York, It. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1872: 
7324, July 8 ; 2c. July 15. 1959 

Article 489; a drama in 5 acts, by A. Corbett. 

© Adolphe Corbett, Nfew York ; 1883 : 15403, 
Aug. 21. 1960 

Article (An) of war; a military comedy in 4 
acts, by C. P. Brown. Typewritten. 

© Charles P. Brown, Charleston, S. C. ; D : 
399, Apr. 25, 1901; 2c. Aug. 2, 1901. 1961 

Article III, section IV, Criminal code; a play 
in 3 acts, by D. B. Foster. [2] 25 p. t". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1914 ; D : 38821 ; Dora Beggs 
Foster, Denison, Tex. 1961a 



Artist (The); a dramatic poem in 5 acts, by R. 
Cariveau. 90 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert Cariveau, St. Paul; D : 2082, July 
3. 1902 ; 2e. July 21, 1902 ; Ic. new ed. Oct. 5, 
1904. 1963 
a play in 5 acts, by W. A, Stephens. 

© William A. Stephens, Philadelphia; 1878: 
8872, Aug. 2. 1963 

■ romantic comedy in 5 acts, by C. Quay. 

© Canyon Quay, New York; D : 3830, Aug. 
14, 1903. 1964 



— a society drama in 4 acts, by J. A. Jannus. 
© J. A. Jannus, Washington ; 1885 : 14073, 

June 30. 1965 

— See also My world shall be your world. 



Artist (The) and model; a farce comedy in 1 
act. 

© John Flynu, Toledo, O. ; 1891 : 12450, Apr. 
6. 1966 

Artist and nun. 

© Albert Bigelow Paine, Fort Scott, Kan.; 
1890 : 8083, Mar. 11. 1967 

Artist (The) and the forest-girl; in 5 acts, by 
J. H. Konkle. [50] p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1911 ; D : 25436 ; James Howard 
Konkle. Newark, N. J. 1968 

Artist (The) and the singer. 

© J. W. Stover, Chicago ; 1899 : 84070. Dec. 
2S. 1969 

Artist (The) dream and dansante; play in 4 
acts, by F. L. Clendeneu. 27 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 4, 1915 ; D : 41179 ; F. Leslie Clen- 
denen, St. Louis. 1969a 

Artist-mother and child. See Picture plays. 

Artist (The) scout; or. Life in the wild West, a 
drama, by L. L. Curtis. 

© Le.slie L. Curtis, Boston ; 1890 : 4707, Feb. 
7; 2c. Feb. 15. 1970 

Artist (An) tailor; a dramatic composition in 4 
acts, based upon the German of von Moser 
and adapted to the American stage, by H. 
Stephany. Cincinnati, 1880. 

© Hilmar Stephany, Chicago; 1881:1450. 
Jan. 26. 1971 

Artista en crimenes; drama llrico en 1 acto y 
4 cuadros, en prosa, original [de] .7. Romeo, 
miisica del maestro San Felipe. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles, 1908. 36 p. 8°. 
© Jose Romeo, Madrid; D : 13874, Sept. 21, 
1908 ; 2c. Sept. 21, 1908. 1972 

Artistic dilemma; a 1 act comedy skit, by 
G. F. Lawson. 

© George Fred Lawson, Bridgeport, Conn. ; 
D : 5496, Aug. 30, 1904. 1973 



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Artistic (An) disappointment; farce in 1 act, 
by F. B. Elkins. [2], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1913; D : 34619 ; Felton B. 
Elkins, New York. 1974 

Artistic liar. 10 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© A. N. Dingwall, Hoboken, N. J. ; D : 9699, 
Dec. 26, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 14, 1906. 1975 

Artistic (The) Mrs. Hay; comedy and a satire 
of American life in 3 acts, by Arthur Dough- 
erty Rees. [2], 114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1914; D: 37505; A. D. Rees, 
Philadelphia. 1975a 

Artistic (An) mix-up; play in 1 act, by R. F. 
Ferguson, jr. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1913; D: 33262; Robert F. 
Ferguson, jr., New York. 1976 

Artistic (An) pair; by S. E. Thornhill. 

© Sterling Eugene Thornhill, Milford, 
INIich. ; D : 3057, Feb. 24, 1903. 1977 

Artistic temperament; sketch in 1 act, by G. 
Bloomquest. [17] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1914; D: 35976; George 
Bloomquest, Minneapolis. 1977a 

words for a musical sketch in 1 act for 

four men, by W. W. Wyckoff. 12 p. f". Type- 
written. 

I© Ic. Apr. 21, 1910; D: 20860; W. W. 
Wyckoff, York, Neb. 1978 

Artistic (An) triumph; play in 1 act, by D. 
Hej-ward. [1], 17 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 24, 1913; D: 33309; Du Bose 
Heyward, Charleston, S. C. 1979 

Artist's (The) daug'hter; a romantic drama in 
a prologue and 4 acts, by Elliott Barnes. 

© Shook & Collier, New York ; 18S4 : 15007, 
July 23. 1980 

Artist's (The) dilemma; comedy sketch in 1 
act. for vaudeville with music, by D. Dore. 
[26] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1912 ; D : 29469 ; Daniel Dore, 
New York. 1981 

Artist's dream; a fantastic sketch, by L. B. 
Talbot and D. L. Schulze. 14 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© L. Berdell Talbot and D. L. Schulze, Los 
Angeles; D : 14472, Dec. 7, 1908; 2c. Dec. 7. 
1908. 1982 

in 1 act, by I. M. Gibson. 

© Idah McGlone Gibson, Toledo, O.; 1900 
A : 28012, Nov. 12. 1983 

or, Ancient Juliet and modern Romeo. 

Typewritten. 

© Hortense Eugenia "Van Zile, Detroit ; 1900 
A : 12705, May 19 ; 2c. May 19. 1984 



Artist's dream — Continued. 

or, The Colonial quartette. 

© L. W. McClure, San Francisco ; D : 12901, 

May 5, 1908. 1985 
or. The magic pictures, in 1 act, by G. R. 

Pyper. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 14, 1911; D : 24477 ; Geo. R. 
Pyper, Salt Lake City. 1986 



Artist's (The) elixir, 
gods. 



See Magic (The) of the 



Artist's (The) illusion; dramatic sketch, by H. 
B. Kanter. 5 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 17, 1912; D : 31197 ; Harry B. 
Kanter, New York. 1987 

Artist's inspiration; by W. A. Knapp. 7 p. 8°. 
Ms. 

© Ic. Jan. 28, 1910 ; D : 20056 ; William A. 
Knapp, Oshkosh, Wis. 1988 

Artist's (The) life; musical sketch in 1 act, by 
H. H. Ilerold. [4] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 20, 1912; D: 30960; Harrie 11. 
Herold, Chicago. 1989 

Artist's love. Sec Amour d' artiste. 

Artist's (The) masterpiece; 1 act musical com- 
edy, by C. E. Royal. 

© Charles E. Royal, San Francisco ; D : 7269. 
Sept. 16, 1905. 1990 

play in 1 act, by C. A. Weigle. 5 p. f. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1913 ; D : 32831 ; C. A. Weigle. 
East Liverpool, O. 1991 

Artist's (The) model; by F. W. Kopf. 

© Frederick W. Kopf, Syracuse, N. Y. ; D : 
3913, Sept. 8, 1903. " 1992 

a comedietta, by G. C. Hazeltou, jr. Type- 
written. 

© George C. Hazelton, jr., Washington; 
1892:46299, Nov. 14; 2c. Dec. 29, 1893. 1993 

■ playlet in 1 act, by S. H. Jelf. [1], 5 p. f. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1911; D: 23924; S. Harry 
Jelf, Indianapolis. 1994 

See also Newspaper (A) ad. 

Arvine's oath. See Cattle (The) kings of 
Texas. 

Arzt (Der) der frauen, Herr Johann; spiel in 3 
akten, von Ahvin H. J. Zorn. Berlin, Oester- 
held & CO. verlag, 1914. 95 p. 12". 

© Ic. Sept. 26, 1914 ; D : 38322 ; Oesterheld 
& CO., Berlin. 1994a 

Arzt (Der) seiner ehre; groteske, von Paul Mon- 
gre. Berlin, S. Fischer verlag, 1912. 88 p. 
12°. 

© Sept. 26, 1912 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1913 ; D : 32539 ; 
S. Fischer verlag, Berlin. 1995 



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As a man sows. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert C. MacCullocli, New York: D : 
60S6, Jan. 17, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 9, 1905. 1996 

a 4 act dramatic comedy. Typewritten. 

© A. H. Chamberlyn, New Yorlc; D : 821, 
■ , Sept. 3, 1901 ; 2c. Sept. 23, 1901. 1997 

As a man thinketh; by H. H. Bullocli. 165 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

P© Harriett Hammond Bulloclc, Montreal, 
Canada ; D : 11118, Aug. 5, 1907 ; 2c. July 17, 
1907. 1998 

play in 4 acts, by H. M. Greene. 98 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1910; D: 20663; Hiram Moe 
Greene, Boston. 1999 

As a man thinks; play in 4 acts, by Augustus 
Thomas. New York, Duffleld & company, 1911. 
213 p. 8°. 

© June 13, 1911; 2c. June 15, 1911; D: 
24521; Duffield & co.. New York. 2000 

As a woman saw it. See United. 

As a woman thinketh; comedy of the period in 
3 acts, by Edith F. A. U. Painton. Chicago, 
T. S. Dennison & co. 96 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 19, 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 22, 1914 ; D : 35745 ; 
Eben H. Norris, Chicago. 2000a 

As a woman thinks; social play in 4 acts, by 
H. Drucke. [72] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1914; D: 36795; Herman 
Drucke, New York. 2000b 

As best we can; comedy in 4 acts, by C. Ken- 
nedy. [120] p. 4°. TjTDewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21. 1911; D : 231G3 ; Charles 

Kennedy, New York. 2001 

As by a miracle; an American comedy in 3 
acts and 2 entre-acts, by A. B. Miller. 

© Alexander B. Miller, Newark, N. J. ; D : 
7299, Sept. 23, 1905. 2002 

As by fire; a temperance drama in 5 acts, by H. 

I Elliott McBride. Philadelphia, The Penn pub- 
lishing company, 1895. 
© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1895 : 39207, 
July 30 ; 2c. July 30. 2003 

s children see us; comedy sketch in 1 act, by 
W. A. Quick. 4°. Typewritten. 
© William A. Quick, New York ; D : 11059. 
July 27, 1907 ; 2c. July 27, 1907. 2004 

jis far as the East is; drama in 4 acts, by P. 
Shaw. 86 p. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1909 ; D : 17580 ; Percy Shaw. 
New York. 2005 

As good as a play. See High (The) old court 
of impeachment. 



As it always ends; a drama of real life, by 
George F. Euler. 50 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© George Francis Euler, San Francisco ; D : 
4644, Feb. 23, 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 8, 1904. 2006 

As it happens; an absurdity which occurs in a 
few minutes, by Ralph M. Skinner. Type- 
written. 

© Dorothy Neville, New York ; 1899 : 82838, 
Dec. 22 ; 2c. Dec. 22. 2007 

As it is written; a tragedy, by V. Woods. Type- 
written. 

© Virna Woods, Sacramento, Cal. ; 1900 : 

25382, Oct. 12 ; 2c. Oct. 12. 2008 

As it often happens; comedy in 3 acts, by C. de 
Lima. [101] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 29, 1911; D : 24812 ; Charles de 
Lima, Florence, Italy. 2009 

As it was; vaudeville sketch in 8 scenes, by E. 
J. Flanagan, jr. [1] 7 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 21, 1914 ; D : 37091 ; E. J. Flana- 
gan, jr., Philadelphia. 2009a 

As it was in the beginning; by C. W. Calhoun. 
[71] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 22, 1910 : D : 21854 ; Charles W. 
Calhoun, Berkeley, Cal. 2010 

an original comedy drama in 4 acts, by J. 



As in a mirror. See Magic (The) dance. 



London and L. Bascom. 

© Jack London and Lee Bascom, San Fran- 
cisco; D:7480, Oct. 30, 1905. 2011 

As it will be in 1950; 1 act playlet, by E. N. 
Frohlichstein. [14] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1912 ; D : 29444 ; Emanuel N. 
Frohlichstein, Mobile. 2012 

As Judith to Holofernes; a tragedy in 5 acts, 
by J, Wolff. Typewritten. 

© Julia Wolff, New York; 1891 : 12121, Apr. 
3; le. received. 2013 

As knight of old; by R. B. Caffray. 

© Ruben B. Caffray, New York ; D : 1995, 
June 10, 1902. 2014 

As luck would have it; drama in 3 acts, by J. C. 
Dox and P. A. Folsom. 

© Julia C. Dox and Percy A. Folsom, Peoria, 
111. ; D : 12961, May 13, 190S. 2015 

As man sows; by Neilson Morris. 27 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1909; D: 17664; Ann O'Neill, 
Overbrook, Pa. 2016 

As Molly told it; by Paul Marion [pseud, of 
Pauline Phelps and Marion Short]. [New 
York] E. S. Werner. 8 p. 12". 

© Sept. 24, 1909; 2c. Sept. 28, 1909; D: 
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As of yore; a grand historical drama in 5 acts, 
by P. Wilson. 

© Piercy Wilson, San Francisco ; 1877 : 1135, 
Jan. 29. 2018 

As one is taught. See Hidden (The) Messiah. 

As others see us; play in 3 acts, by D. C. War- 
rington. 145 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1914 ; D : 36834 ; Dora Clark 
Warrington, Pittsburgh. 2018a 

As the curtain falls; comedy of youth in 3 acts, 
by P. L. Wilde [pseud, of P. L. Weil] [121] p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 17, 1914 ; D : 35895 ; Percival L. 
Weil, New York. 2019 

As the leaves; a comedy in 4 acts, by Giuseppe 
Gi.-icosa. (In The drama, no. 1, Feb. 1911; 
periodical © Feb. 23, 1911 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1911 ; 
B: 241480; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago) 2019a 



a drama in 4 acts, by Giacosa. 



1908] 



p. 



12". 



© Donald Robertson, Chicago: 
Feb. 18, 1908; 2c. Feb. 18, 1908. 



[Chicago? 

D : 12377. 
2020 



As the public wills; play in 4 acts, by K. H. M. 
Gardner and J. E. Mansbarger. [1], 68 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 9, 1914; D : 359G4 ; Karl H. M. 
Gardner and John E. Mansbarger, Los An- 
geles. 2020a 

As the sun sets; by G. Levy. 

© Grace Levy, Sea Cliff, N. Y. ; D : 11850, 
Dec. 3, 1907. 2021 

As the sun went down; a drama of western 
life, in 4 acts, by G. D. Baker. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Geo. D. Baker, New York ; D : 1994, May 
26, 1902; 2c. Aug. 8, 1902. 2022 

As the world goes; a play in 1 act, by W. S. 
Howard. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© W. Stanton Howard, New York ; D : 6859. 
June 21, 1905 ; 2c, June 21, 1905. 2023 

As the world is; drama, by O. Wood. 51 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1910 ; D : 20231 ; Oscar Wood, 
Port Chester, N. Y. 2024 

As the world judg'ed her; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. J. L. Stilwell. 61 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn ; 
D : 12087, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 28, 1908. 2025 

As told in the hills; a southern romance of 
to-day in 4 acts, by W. F. Mann. f. Type- 
written. 

© Wm. F. Mann, Baltimore ; D : 5622, Sept. 
29, 1904; 2c, July 30, 1906. 2026 



As we are; a comedy drama in 3 acts and a 
prologue, by H. P. Mawson. 

© Harry P. Mawson. New York; 1888: 
31732, Nov. 8. 2027 

As who shall say? a play in 4 acts, by E. E. 
Weston. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Eflie Ellsler Weston, Nutley, N. J,; D: 
13718, Sept, 4, 1908; 2c, Sept. 5, 1908, 2028 

As woman to man; play in 1 act, dramatized 
from a story of Ralph Bergengren's, by Judith 
de Beverly. 15 p. t". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 8, 1913; D: 32617; Agnes Bird, 
Rockland, Me. 2029 

As ye believe; drama in 1 act, by Louis de 
Couey. [2], 17 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1911 ; D : 23511 ; Gustave Froh- 
man. New York. 2030 

As ye sow; a comedy in 5 acts, by C. Ellis. 36 p. 
12". 

© Charles Ellis, Rock Island, 111.; 1900 A: 
2259, Jan. 25; 2c. Sept. 6, 1907. 2031 

As ye sow, so ye shall reap; original play in 4 
acts, by I. W. Rae. 41 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 8, 1911 ; D : 24433 ; Ida Weston 
Rae, Osborne, Kan. 2032 

As you like it. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 
Page (ic company [1912] viii, 193 p. col. front., 
illus., plan. 12°. (The Ben Greet Shakesi)eare 
for young readers and amateur players) 

© Apr. 29, 1912 ; 2c. May 8, 1912 ; A : 314333 ; 
Doubleday, Page & co., Garden City, N. Y. 

2033 

by William Shakespeare, ed. with introduc- 
tion and notes by C. L. Hooper. Chicago, 
Aiusworth &. company, 1904. xiv, 127 p. 12°. 
(Twentieth century Shakespeare) 

© Cyrus Lauron Hooper, Chicago ; A : 96729, 
Sept. 16, 1904; 2c. Sept. 16, 1904. 2034 

— ed. with notes, introduction, glossary, 

list of variorum readings and selected crit- 
icisms by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. 
[First folio ed.] New York, T. Y. Crowell & 
CO. [1906] 4 p. 1., vii-xix, 236 p. front. 16°. 

© Thomas Y. Crowell & co.. New York ; A : 
160999, Nov. 20, 1906; 2c. Nov. 19, 1906. 2035 

■ from the Riverside edition, ed. by Rich- 
ard Grant White, with additional notes. Bos- 
ton, New York [etc.] Houghton, Mililin and 
conipiuiy [1896] 119 p. 12". (The Riverside 
literature series, [no. 93] ) 

© Houghton, Mifflin & co., Boston; 1896: 
21472, Apr. 6 ; 2c. Apr. 15. 2036 

a comedy in 5 acts, as performed by 

Helena Modjeska (Countess Bozenta). In- 
dianapolis, Hasselman-journal co., 1883. 59 p. 
front, (port.) 12°. 

© Fred Stiuson, Andover, Mass., 



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by William Shakespeare, a comedy in 5 acts 

based upon, the prompt-book of Julia Mar- 
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16°. 

© Walter H. Baker & cc, Boston ; D : 10059, 
Mar. 2, 1907 ; 2c. June 15, 1907. 2038 



— ed. by H. H. Furness. Pbiladelphia, J. B. 
Lippincott company, 1890. ix, 452 p. 8°. 
(New variorum edition of Shakespeare, v. 8) 

© Horace Howard Furness, Philadelphia ; 
1890:9688, Mar. 25; 2c. Mar. 31. 2039 

— ed. by Isaac N. Demmon. New York, Cin- 
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169 p. front, (port.) 16°. (The gateway 
series of English texts) 

© American book co.. New York ; A : 178281, 
June 1, 1907 ; 2c. June 19, 1907. 2040 



— ed. by Martha Hale Shackford. New York, 

The Macmillan company, 1911. 138 p. incl. 

front. ( port. ) 24°. ( The Tudor Shakespeare ) 

© Oct. 25, 1911 ; 2c. Oct. 26, 1911 ; A : 297655 ; 

Macmillan co., New York. 2041 



— ed. by William E. Watt. [7] p. 8°. 

© Little chronicle co., Chicago; D : 15382, 
Mar. IS. 1909; Ic. Mar. 18, 1909; Ic. Mar. 25, 
1909. 2042 

— ed. with notes by William J. Rolfe. Har- 
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per & brothers, 1898. 208 p. front, illus. 12°. 
(Shake^peii.re's complete works, v. 11) 

© Harper & bros., New York ; 1898 : 26698, 
Apr. 29 ; 2c. Jan. 13, 1899. 2043 

— introduction and notes by Henry Norman 
Hudson, ed. and rev. by Ebenezer Charlton 
Black with the coopei'ation of Andrew Jackson 
George. School ed. [Boston] Ginn and com- 
pany [1906.] xxxvii, [1], 152 p. front, 
(facsim.) fold, chart. 16°. (The new Hudson 
Shakespeare) 

© Ginn & co., Boston ; A : 155477, Sept. 13, 
1906; 2c. Feb. 7, 1907. 2044 



— ■ Same. 

© Ginn & co., Boston; A : 164617, Jan. 2, 
1907. 2045 

— a play in 1 act, by R. Mansfield. 

© Richard Mansfield, New London, Conn.; 
D : 524S, July 1, 1904, 2046 

— a pleasant comedy, newly embellished with 
sundry decorations by W. H. Low. New York, 
Dodd, Mead & co., 1900. 3 p. 1., 130 p. front, 
illus. pi. 8°. 

© Dodd, Mead «& co.. New York; 1899 : 69967, 
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© American book co.. New York; 1805: 
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schools) 

© May 12, 1911; 2c. May 25, 1911; A: 
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plan of preparation, selected by Bi-ainerd Kel- 
logg. New York, Clark & Maynard. 1883. 
132 p. 12°. 

© Clark & Maynard, New York ; 1883 : 14.^00. 
Aug. 3; 2c. Sept. 5. 2057 

(Shakespeare's comedy of); ed. with in- 



troduction and notes by Katharine Lee Bates. 
Boston. I.each, Sbewell & Sanborn [1896] 
Iv p., 1 1., 234 p. 16°. (The students' series of 
English classics) 

© Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, Boston ; 1896 : 
70751, Dec. 29; 2c. Dec. 28. 2058 

ed. with notes by Homer Baxter 

Sprague . . . with suggestions and plans for 
studv, and topics for essays. Boston, Silver, 
Burdett & company, 1896. 135 p. front, (port.) 
12°. (Studies in English classics) 

© Silver, Burdett & co., Boston; 1896: 
24485, Apr. 20 ; 2c. Apr. 20. 2059 

ed. with notes by William J. Rolfe. 



New York, Harper & brothers, 1878. 206 p. 
front, illus. 16°. 

© Harper & bros., New York ; 1877 : 13358, 
Nov. 17; 2c. June 24, 1878. 2060 

Same. New York. Cincinnati [etc.] 



Amei'ican book company [1903] 283 p. incl. 
front., illue. 16°. 

© Wm. J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass.: A: 
576S6, Apr. 14, 1503 ; 2c. Dec. 15, 1903. 2061 

Same. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 



AmericJin book company [1905] 2 p. 1., [9]- 
208 p. front., illus. 16°. 

© William J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years fi'om Nov. 17, 1905; A: 
120345, June 28, 1905 ; 2c. July 25, 1905. 2062 

(Shakspere's); ed. for school use by Wil- 
liam Allan Neilson. Chicago, Scott, Poresman 
and company, 1903. 207 p. 16°. (Lake Eng- 
lish classics) 

© Scott, Foresman & co.. New York ; A : 
65425, Aug. 3, 1903 ; 2c. July 25, 1903. 2063 

with an introduction, by Barrett Wen- 



dell, and notes by William Lyon Phelps. New 
York, Longmans, Green & co., 1898. xxxii, 
102 p., 1 1. front, (port.) 12° (Longmans' 
English classics, [v. 11]) 

© Longmans, Green & co., New York; 1896: 
16561, Mar. 14 ; 2c. Mar. 27. 2064 

— See also Shakespeare's works. 



Asa Bassett; or. The F. F. V.s, a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Celia Robinson and F. L. 
Robinson (Yankee Robinson). 

© Fayette L. Robinson, Chicago; 1881: 
12610, Aug. 15. 2065 

Asa Groot; or, The judg'e of Swanzey, a drama 
of Puritan days, in 5 acts, by Barba Rossa 
[pseud, of W. O. Soubron.] Milwaukee, Wis., 
The International literary bureau [1901] 3 
p. 1., 40 p. 12°. 

© William Otto Soubron, Milwaukee; D: 
233, Mar. 19, 1901 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 190L 2066 

Ascension lillies; play in 1 act, by M. H. Plan- 
ner. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1913; D: 32128; Mary H. 
Planner, Indianapolis. 2067 

Aschenbrodel; a play in 4 acts, by J, Le Mon. 

© James Le Mon, New York; 1881:13392, 
Aug. 31; 2c. Feb. 27, 18S2. 2068 

Aschimedas, the Persian; by S. M. Dudley. 

© Sarah Marie Dudley, Detroit; D : 11226. 
Aug. 24, 1907. 2069 

Aschimedas, the true son. See Master's (The) 
power. 

Ash-can Marie; a sketch, by R. A. Deaves. 

© Rillie A. Deaves, New York ; 1899 : 73575, 
Nov. 11. 2070 

Ashes; actless play, by O. D. Bailey and Lottie 
M. Meaney. 90 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1915; D: 39813; Oliver D. 
Bailey, New York. 2070a 

drama in 4 acts, by V. Page. 41 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 22, 1909; D: 17494; Vivian Page, 
New York. 2071 

play in 4 acts, by E. M, Crane and Josephine 

Victor. [3], 150 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 29, 1910; D : 21447 ; Eleanor 
Maud Crane, New York. 2072 

Ashes of Adam; by Ed Rose. 

© Ed Rose, New York; D : 7277, Sept. 18, 
1905. 2073 

Ashes of art; drama without a lesson in 4 acts, 
by L. H. B. Knox. [2], 146 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1911 ; D : 25837 ; Loren H. B. 
Knox, Chicago. 2074 

Ashes (The) of desire; a social drama in 4 acts, 
by Stuart Boyle. 

© Ernst Kronshage, Milwaukee ; D : 35S2, 
June 15, 1903. ' 2075 

Ashes (The) of roses. f°. Typewritten. 

© Francis Cotonv Arrigo. Cynthiana, Ky. ; 
D : 5718, Nov. 2, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1904. 2076 



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2096 



Ashes (The) of roses — Continued. 

by M. M. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

i© Ic. June 19, 1911 ; D : 24577 ; M. de Nasci- 



mento, Washington. 



2077 



dr-ama in 5 acts, by J. Magnus and H. C. 

Bunner. 

© Julian Magnus, New Yorls; 1880:13155, 
Aug. 27, 2078 

Ashes of '64; by Oliver Curtis. 

© John A. Sanborn, New York ; D : 11776. 
Nov. 20, 1907. 2079 

Ashes on the altar; dramatized in 4 acts, by 
L. D. Fair. 

© Laura D. Fair, San Francisco ; 1876 : 393, 
Jan. 8. 2080 

or. The looms of Lowell, a play, by W. M. 

Turner. 

© Wm. Mason Turner, Philadelphia; 1873: 
3080, Mar. 28. 2081 

[Ashmedei; tragedy in 7 scenes, by Leonid An- 
dreiev, authorized tr. by M. Katz] 

New Yorli, Hebrew publishing co., 1910. 1 p. 
1., 130 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 1, 1910 ; 2c. Nov. 12, 1910 ; D : 22739 ; 
Herman Bernstein, New Yorl^. [Copyright is 
claimed on translation] 2081a 

Ashton's income tax. See 15,000 a year. 

Ask without knocking and you shall receive. 
See Failure (The) of success. 

Askaros, the Copt; an historical drama of 
Eastern life in 5 acts and 8 oriental pictures, 
by T. C. De Leon. 

© T. C. De Leon, New York; 1871:7746, 
Aug. 19. 2082 

Asleep at his post; a war drama founded upon 
an historic event of the late rebellion, in 3 
acts, by J. E. Huston. 

© J. E. Huston, Clearfield, la. ; 1886 : 23584, 
Nov. 10. 2083 

Asleep at the switch; [by C. E. Blaney]. 62 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York; D : 12504, 
Mar. 7, 1908; 2c. Mar. 7, 1908. 2084 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by S. Morris. 

© Sam xMorris, Chicago ; D : 2036, June 23, 
1802. 2085 

Asmodeus; comic opera in 3 acts, tr., adapted 

and ai-r. for the English stage from Auber's 

opera Le part du diable, by A. D. NeuendorfC. 

© Ad. Neuendorff, New York; 1884:18840, 

Sept. 19. 2086 



Aspasia; tragedy in 5 acts, by Ine Chenier 
[pseud, of A. E, Cheney] 

© Annie Elizabeth Cheney, Los Angeles; 
1898 : 4230, Jan. 10 ; 2c. July 5. 2087 

Asphodel; or. The magic pen, by Jerome Ravel 
and I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1887:28001, 
Oct. 29. 2088 

Aspiration; play, by B. Hibbs. [6] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 12, 1912; D: 29949; Blanche 
Hibbs, Seattle. 2089 

Aspirations; comedy in 1 act, Tsy H. H. Schaff- 
ner. [2], 17 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1910 ; D : 22323 ; Herbert Har- 
old Schaffner, Chicago. 2090 

Aspiring (An) detective; duologue in 1 act, by 
D. D. Aaronson. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 28, 1915 ; D : 40562 ; David Darby 
Aaronson, New York. 2090a 

Aspiring (The) druggist; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by PI. W. Mitchell. 

© Hubbard Winslow Mitchell, New York; 
D:691, July 24, 1901. 2091 

Assarpai; operndichtung, von Richard von Hart- 
wig. 

© Karl Koehler, Charlottenburg, Germany; 
1898 : 17292, Mar. 14 ; 2c. Mar, 14. 2092 

Assassin (The); tragedy in 4 acts, by H. White. 
Woodstock, N. Y., Maverick press. 55 p. 12*. 

© Jan. 3, 1912 ; 2c. Jan. 5, 1912 ; D : 28227 ; 
Hervey White, Woodstock, N. Y. 2093 

Assassination; or. The closing scene, a tragedy 
of the great rebellion in 5 acts, by De W. C. 
Vestal. 

© De Witt C. Vestal, California; 1879: 
12574, Sept, 20 ; 2c. Oct. 22. 2094 

Assassination (The) of the mad czar, Paul I, 
of Russia; sketch, by Frank B. Coigne. 4 p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 1, 1914; D: 37447; Coigne fea- 
ture film CO., inc., New York. 2094a 

Assassinee (L'); comedie en 4 actes, d'apr&s une 
nouvelle de Gaston Bergeret, par Ernest 
Greuet-Dancourt. Paris, Librairie theatrale, 
1904. 2 p. 1., 96 p. 12°. 

© L. Michaud, Paris; D : 4701, Mar. 9, 1904; 
2c. Mar. 9, 1904. 2095 

Assassinio (L.') di Gennaro Cuocolo; ovvero, 
La Camorra napolitana, scene drammatichf 
napolitane in 6 atti, tratta dal vero, di R. P. 
Cammarano. [74] p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 6, 1911; D: 23944; Raffaele P. 
Cammarano, Philadelphia. 2096 



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Assassinio (L') di Gennaro Cuocolo e Maria 
Cutinelli; drnmma in 6 atti e 8 quadri, di F. 
Vela. [114] p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1911 ; D : 23758 ; Frank Vela, 
Philadelphia. 2097 



Assumption of Hannele; dream-poem in 2 parts, 
by Gerhart Hauptmann, tr. by G. S. Bryan. 
(in Poet lore, v. 20, no. 3, May-June, 1909) 

© July 19, 1909 ; 2e. Feb. 16, 1910 ; D : 20202 ; 
G. S. Bryan, Boston. 2108 

See also Dramatic works of Gerhart 
Hauptmann. 



Assassinio (L') di Giuseppe Petrosino; by A. 
De Martino. 
© Antonio De Martino, New York ; D : 15637, . Astarte; a play, by E. H. Webb 



Apr. 17, 1909. 

Assaut (L'); piece en 3 actes, par H. Bernstein. 
(L'lllustrntion theatrale, 8"" annee, 216, ler 
juin 1912.) 

© June 1, 1912 ; 2c. June 13, 1912 ; D : 29059 ; 
Heni-y Bernstein, Paris. 2099 

Assertion (The) of Mrs. Mansfield; play in 4 
acts, by J. F. Waddington. 141 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1915; D: 40478; John Fru- 
shard Waddington, River Desert, P. Q., 
Canada. 2099a 

Assessor (The); by T. S. Denison. Chicago, T. 
S. Denison, 1878. 
© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1878 : 12821, Nov. 
, 7; 2c. Nov. 11. 2100 

Srime. Chicago, T. S. Denison [1906] p. 

145-149. 16^ 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago, in renewal for 
14 years from Nov. 7, 1906; D : 9329, Oct. 26, 
1906; 2c. Oct. 26, 1906. 2101 

Asshur, prince of Shomer; or. Smiles and tears. 

© Mrs. W. H. Lefler, Brooklyn; 1890 : 39137, 
Dec. 10; 2c. Dec. 4. 2102 

Assisted (An) destiny; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
A. C. Jones and A. M. Smith. 

© Alice C. Jones and Alice M. Smith. Ta- 
coma; D : 3081, Mar. 2, 1903. 2103 

Assisting' Shakespeare; play in 1 act, by W. F. 
Williams. [1], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 10, 1913 ; D : 33757 ; Warwick F. 
Williams, New York. 2104 

Association; drama in 4 acts, by R. Danen- 
baum. 80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 12, 1910; D : 17918; Roby Danen- 
baum, Minneapolis. 2105 

Assommoir (L'); by E. Leiand. f. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Edward Leiand, New York ; D : 2034, June 
21, 1902 ; 2c. June 21, 1902. 2106 

a dramatic revelation of natural and social 

life, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1879:4896, 
Apr. 12. 2107 



See also Gervaise. 



2098 © Emma H. Webb, New York ; 1871 : 7460, 

Aug. 9. 2109 

Astonishing' (The) adventures of- an opera 
company. See Rovers (The) en route. 

Astral (The) messenger; piny in 1 act and 2 
scenes, by B. T. Tatem. [1], 33 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 30. 1914; D: 35855; Ben.1amin 
Thomas Tatem, Brooklyn. 2109a 

Astray; symbolic play in 2 acts and prologue, 
by E. Berns. [67] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 3, 1914 ; D : 37725 ; Edna Berns, 
Brooklyn. 2109b 

Astronomer (The); by A. Stevenson. 1 p. f°. 
Printed. 

© Augusta Stevenson, New York; D : 15370, 
Mar. 17, 1909; 2c. Mar. 17, 1909. 2110 

comic opera, by R. A. Edon, music by Pierre 

Lumier. p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Richard A. Edon de Buda, New York; 
D : 496], Apr. 25, 1904; 2c. Apr. 25, 1904. 2111 

Astronomia popular; revista comico-lirico-bail- 
able en 1 acto, dividido en 1 prologo y 4 
cuadros, en verso y prosa, original de Farfan, 
Burgos y Peraita, mtisica de los niaestros San 
Felipe y Vela. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1908. 39, [3] p. 12". 

© Farfan, Burgos & Peraita, Madrid; D: 
13580, Aug. 19, 1908; 2c. Aug. 19, 1908. 2112 

Astronomical (The) ballet; designed and in- 
vented by J. Rettig. 

© John Rettig, Cincinnati ; 1892 : 1886, Jan. 
11. 2113 

Astucia; dittlogo en prosa original de A. Jimena 
y Diaz. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
pafioles, 1914. 12 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40098; Antonio Jimena y Diaz, Madrid, 2113a 
Astucia de mujer; zarzuela en 1 acto, dividido 
en un prologo y 3 cuadros, letra original de F. 
de Iracheta, mtisica del maestro Conrodo del 
Campo. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
paiioles, 1912. 34 p. 12". 

© Mar. 6, 1913; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913; D : 32563 : 
Francisco de Iracheta, Madrid. 2114 

At a box office; monologue, by F. G. Ruthven. 
7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1912; D: 31196; Florence Ger- 
trude Ruthven, Detroit. 2115 



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2134 



At a pay station; sketch for 2 people, by F. 
Finney. [1], 21 p. 4°. Typewritten 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1914; D: 35539; Frank Finney, 
New York. 2115a 

At a railway station; farcical comedy in 3 acts, 

hy W. F. D. Arnett. [53] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1912; D : 29287 ; Wm. F. D. 

Arnett, Denver. 2116 

a 1 act comedy; by W. Arnett. 14 p. f°. 



Typewritten. 

© William Arnett, Denver; D : 15498, Mar. 
30, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 25, 1909. 2117 

At a wayside inn; playlet of the present day, by 
T. P. Bartlett. 9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 28, 1914 : D : 35824 ; Thomas Paul 
Bartlett, Oakland, Cal. 2117a 

At any cost; melodrama in 5 acts. 

© Eva Heaton, New York ; 1891 : 14880, Apr. 
21. 2118 

a melodrama in 4 acts. 

© Eva Heaton, Holly Beach, N. J.; 1891: 
19050, May 25. 2119 

At bay; drama in 4 acts, by G. Scarborough. 
112 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1913 ; D : 33199 ; George Scar- 
borough, New Brighton, N. Y. 2120 

tabloid drama in 3 acts, by Nelson Compston. 

Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 1914. [34] 
p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Dec. 2, 1914; 2c. Dec. 21, 1914; D : 39181 ; 
Alex. Byers, Chicago. 2120a 

or, Called to account, an original domestic 

drama in 4 acts, by F. Marsden (W. A. Sliver). 

© Fred Marsden, New York; 1875:6386, 
Jmie 17. 2121 

At big- Bill's; play in 1 act, by M. Ferber. 8 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 24, 1911; D: 23185; Maurice 
Ferber, Rochester, Mass. 2122 

At Cape Delg-ado; a drama of African slavery 
in 5 acts, by C. F. Webber. 

© Charles F. Webber, Boston ; 1889 : 12823. 
Apr. 26. 2123 

At Christmas; a drama in 2 acts, by H. W. 
Mitchell. 

© Hubbard Winslow Mitchell, New York: 
D:689, July 24, 1901. 2124 

At close of day; a 1 act rural drama, by Ethel 
May Shorey. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fred S. Campbell, New York; D : 12605, 
Mar. 24, 1908; 2c. Mar. 24, 1908. 2125 



At close rang-e; little drama in 1 act, tr. and 
adapted from the Spanish of Jacinto Bena- 
vente. by J. A. Herman. [2], 28 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1911; D: 23077; John Arm- 
strong Herman, Harrisburg, Pa. 2126 

At Colorado Springs; musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. J, Piesse. 88 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1912; D : 30494 ; Francis 
James Piesse, Washington. 2127 

At Cozy Corners; by P. Phelps and M. Short. 

© Pauline Phelps and MaVion Short, New 
York ; D : 2032, June 21, 1902. 2128 

At Cripple Creek; in 4 acts, by Hal Reid. Type- 
written. 

© James Halleck Reid, Chicago; 1900 A: 
30305, Dec. 15; 2c. Jan. 8, 1901. 2129 

At Cupid's cabin. 

© Souvenir pub. co., Albia, la. ; D : 12175, 
Jan. 14, 1908. 2130 

At Cupid's rest; a comedy in 4 acts, by L, G. 
Schroeder. 

© L. Gustaf Schroeder, San Francisco; 
1898:16075, Mar. 8. 2131 

At Dr. Jollyboy's; a farce comedy in 3 acts. 

© Louis E. Salmon, New York; D : 3370, 
May 2, 1903. 2132 

At Dr. Leblanc's; farce in 3 acts, by M. P. B. 
Graham. 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1915; D: 39690; Mercy Pris- 
cilla Bateson Graham, Sinking Spring, Pa. 

2132a 

At dusk; dramatic playlet in 1 act, by D. G. 
King. 11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 18, 1914 ; D : 37353 ; Donald G. 
King, Indianapolis. 2132b 

At duty's call; a dramatic composition in pro- 
logue and 3 acts. f°. Typewritten. 

© Elmer E. McFadden, Brooklvn ; D : 3507, 
May 28, 1903; 2c. May 28, 1903. 2133 

At Economy Junction; character comedy, by 
T. Friel and Fred Wyckoff. [12] p. f. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1910; D: 21646; Thornton 
Friel. Anderson, Ind. 2134 

At Eden's low stoop; play in 1 act, by J. 
Weichsel. 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915 ; D : 39777 ; John Weich- 
sel, New York. 2134a 

At eleven; play in 1 act, by F. Orman. [42] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 10, 1914; D: 35615; Felix Orman, 
New York. 2134b 



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2135 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



2161 



At Ellis Island, 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joe Welch, New York ; D : 10574, May 16, 
1907 ; 2c. May 4, 1907. 2135 

At Fernton hall; coniefly in 3 acts, by C. A. de 
Lima. 70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1913; D: 33438; Charles A. 
de Lima, Florence, Italy. 2136 

At freedom's door; a romantic opera in 3 acts, 
7 E. E. Mori. 
t) Emile E. Mori, Washington ; D : 697, July 
i.^, 1901. 2137 

At u&y Monte Carlo; or, A day in France. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© Fred Roger Imhof, Rock Island, 111.; D: 
3201, Mar. 28, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 28, 1903. 2138 

At Gibson's; a comedy In 3 acts, by J. Snyder, 
© John Snyder, Boston ; 1899 : 59763, Sept. 
18. 2139 

At headquarters; vaudeville playlet, by W, H. 
Clifford. 19 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1911; D: 28056; Wm. H. 
Clifford, New York. 2140 

At Hell Gate; a 4 act sensational melodrama of 
metropolitan life, by Edward E. Rose and 
Eugene Thomas, 101 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas E. Shea, Belfast, Me.; D : 3312, 
Apr. 20, 1903; 2c. Apr. 15, 1903. 2141 

At Hickory Crossing'; rural comedy playlet, by 
Charles Horwitz. 10 p. f°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1909; D : 17349 ; Dave and 
Percie Martin, Chicago. 2142 

At home; a comedy drama, by W. Busch. 

© WUliam Busch, St. Louis; 1894:22065, 
Apr. 30. 2143 

At home in the water. 

© Henry S. Sanderson, New York; 1875: 
12186, Nov. 17. 2144 

At home on Mount Parnassus; a pageant play, 
by Frances E. Clarke. Boston [etc.] Educa- 
tional publishing company [1912] 32 p. 16". 

© Sept. 20, 1912; 2c. Sept. 25, 1912; A: 
326190; Educational pub. co., Boston. 2145 

sketch in 1 act, by F. E. Clarke. 22, [2] p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1911 ; D : 24076 ; Frances E. 
Clarke, Brooklyn. 2146 

At home Thursdays; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by J. R. Hager. 

© John R. Hager, Terre Haute, Ind. ; 1887 : 
23145, Sept. 12. 2147 

At inns and outs. See Way (The) of a woman. 

At Lady smith; by G. F. Warren. 

© George P. Warren, Rochester, N. Y. ; 1900 
A : 4728, Feb. 20. 2148 



At last; an Irish sensational drama in 4 acts, 
founded on Tales of the O'Hara family, by 
E. D. Haygarth. 

© E. D. Haygarth, United States; 1873: 
6447, June 7. 2149 

a play in 4 acts, by J. W. Shannon. 

© W. J. Florence, Philadelphia; 1871:91, 



Jan. 5. 



2150 



prologue and 3 acts. 73 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Luella Forepaugh Fish, St. Louis; D: 
5383, Aug. 8, 1904; Ic. Aug. 13, 1904; Ic. May 
12, 1904. 2151 

or, The orphan's oath, in 3 acts, by F. Her- 
ring. 

© Fanny Herring, Boston; 1873:12301, 
Oct. 27. 2152 

At last he has done well; comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. Albini, tr, by Ludmilla Krueger. 

© Marian F. Delanoy, Alameda, Cal. ; 1898: 
43594*, July 20. 2153 

At liberty; play in 1 act, by A. Thomas. [1], 9 
p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1912; D: 29038; Augustus 
Thomas, New Rochelle, N. Y. 2154 

At Lord Protector's house. 2 p. 4°. 

© Harriet Earhart Monroe, Washington; 
D : 5305, July 2, 1904 ; 2c. July 2, 1904. 2155 

At Lynhurst; a comedy in 4 acts, by P. W. Hyde. 
Typewritten. 

I© Paul Woodworth Hyde, Pittsburgh; 1897: 
43213, July 30 ; 2c. Aug. 11. 2156 

At Mag'dalena Bay; a military drama in 4 acts, 
by Miron Leffingwell. Chicago, Chicago man- 
uscript CO., 1912. 61 p. f°. Mimeographed. 
© May 27, 1912 ; 2c. June 8, 1912 ; D : 29911 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 2157 

At Martinique; romantic, historical melodrama 
in 4 acts, by W. G. Browne. 

© W. Gault Browne, Chicago; D: 1915, May 
21, 1902. 2158 

At Mary's Harbor, t". Typewritten. 

© Frederick M. Smith and Walter R. Linn, 
United States; D : 9953, Feb. 11, 1907: 2c. 
Nov. 30, 1906. 2159 

At Meadows End. 

© Charles J. Schaffuit, New Haven; D: 
3382, May 5, 1903. 2160 

At mid-night; play in 1 act, by F. Gerald. [1], 
13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1913; D: 32435; Florence 
Gerald, New York. 2161 



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2185 



At Mineral Spring's; comedy dramatic sketch, 
by H. G. Henry Haraldsen. [6] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 19, 1913; D : 34486 ; H. G. H. 
Haraldsen, Harvey, 111. 2162 

At Miss Penhallow's boarding house; scenes, 
by H. L. Talbot. Portland, Me., Marks print- 
ing house, 1904. cover-title, 37 p. S". 

© Hannah Lincoln Talbot, Portland. Me. ; 
D : 5581, Sept. 29, 1904 ; Ic. Sept. 29, 1904 : Ic. 
Oct. 10, 1904. 2163 

At Monaco; a comedy in 1 act, by F. L. Carlton 
and W. Terre. 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank L. Carlton and Willard Terre, 
Newark. N. J.; D : 14397, Nov. 11, 190S; 2c. 
Jan. 9, 1909. 2164 

At Neptune's throne; child's play in 1 act, by 
I. Anderson. [2], 8 p. 4". Typewritten, 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1913; D: 32053; Isabel An- 
derson, Brookline, Mass. 2165 

At Newport; a drama in 3 acts, by J. W. Dow. 

© J. W. Dow, New York ; 1836 : 1601, Jan. 
19; 2c. Jan. 19. 2166 

At Niagara; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by Ed. 
W. Rowland and E. Clifford. 

© Edwin Clifford, Oshkosh, Wis. ; D : 990, 
Oct. 21, 1901. 3167 

At Niagara Falls; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
Ed. W. Rowland and E. Clifford. 

© Edwin Clifford, Oshkosh, Wis.; D:991, 
Oct. 21, 1901. 2168 

At odds; [by] J. P. S. Lawrence. Typewritten. 

© J. P. S Lawrence, Philadelphia; 1889 • 
23864, Ang 3 ; Ic. Ang. 3. 2169 

play in 3 acts, by M. R. Cushmau and P. 

Sainsbnry 4". Typewritten. 

© Mande R. Cnshman and Pauline Sains- 
bui7. South Orange. N. J. ; D : 8089, Mar. 2, 
1906; 2c. Mar. 2, 1906. 2170 

At old Fort Lookout; a western military drama 
in 3 acts, by J. S. Dawley. t°. Typewritten. 

© James Searle Dawley, Cincinnati ; D : 
2436, Oct. 11, 1902; 2c. Oct. 13, 1902. 2171 

At old Nantucket, f. Typewritten. 

© P. W. Hyde and H. L. Aland, Pittsburgh ; 
D:2232, Aug. 13, 1902; 2c. Aug. 13, 1902. 

2172 

At 122; a melodrama in 4 acts and 8 scenes, by 
P. W. Hyde and W. A. Woods. Typewritten. 

© Paul Woodworth Hvde and Wm. Ander- 
son Woods, Pittsburgh; 1898:10494, Feb. 8; 
2c. Apr. 5. 2173 

At Piney Flats. 61 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© George M. Anderson. Princeton, Ind. ; D : 
5211, June 20, 1904 ; 2c. June 20, 1904. 2174 



At Piney Ridge; a play in 4 acts, by D. K. 

Higgins. 

© David K. Higgins, Chicago ; 1897 : 17826. 
Mar. 18. 2175 



— a play of Tennessee life in 4 acts, by David 
K. Higgins. 71 p. 8°. 

© D. K. Higgins, New York ; D : 9694, Dec. 



26, 1906 ; 2c, Dec. 26, 1906. 



2176 



At point of dawn; a 1 act play, by L. S. Sarver. 

© Lucy Spencer Sarver, New York ; D : 9786, 
Jan. 14, 1907. 2177 

At 'Possum Hollow; a drama in 5 acts, by Dave 
H. Woods. f°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Dave H. Woods, Sandusky, O. ; D : 
13057, May 25, 1908; 2c. July 14, 1908. 2178 

At Prairie Junction; a play in 1 act, by A. J. 
V/haley. 24 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Arthur J. Whaley, Philadelphia; D: 
15054, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 10, 1909. 2179 

At Random Run; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, by 
Gordan V. May. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1906. 46 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston: D ; 8940, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2c. Oct. 9, 1906. 2180 

At rehearsal. See Getting a start. 

At retreat; a dramatic fancy of the Civil War 
in 1 act, by Arthur A. Blunt. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 190L 14 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 698, 
July 25, 1901 ; 2c. Aug. 2, 1901. 2181 

At Ridgely house; war time romance, by G. P. 
Fisher. 79 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1914; D: 39111; George P. 
Fisher, Chicago. 2181a 

At risk of his life; a play in 4 acts, by M. E. 
Swan. [120] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 19G9; D: 10530; Mark E. 
Swan, New York. 2182 

At Sandy Hook; comedy drama in 4 acts, by A. 
Aulger. 26 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1913 ; D : 31983 ; Addison Aul- 
ger, Missouri Valley, la. 2183 

At Santa Felicia; or, A modern cavalier, a 
modern romantic play in 4 acts, by R. W. 
TuUy. 

© Richard Walton Tully, New York; D: 
1734, Apr. 14, 1902. 2184 

At Sawmill Center; a melodrama of the North- 
west in 4 acts, by B. Eyferth. 79 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Bruno Evferth, Duluth, Minn.; D : 2839, 
Jan. 10, 1903; 2c. Jan. 13, 1903. 2185 



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2207 



At sea; by Aaron Hoffman. 25 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© ic. Oct. 2, 1911 ; D : 253S0 ; Albert F. Haw- 
thorne and Frank A. Burt, New York. 2186 

a mu-sical comedy in 2 acts, by H. Phillips. 



At Tampa Bay — Continued. 

a romantic military drama in 5 acts, by C. 

Ellis. 

© Charles Ellis, Rock Island, 111. ; D : llOOS, 

July 20, 1907. 2198 



© Harry Phillips, California; 1885:9982, At the all night drug store; a 1 act play, by J. 

Woodman, cover-title, 14 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Feb. 19, 1913; D: 32357; Joe Wood- 
man, Brooklyn. 2199 



May 1. 2187 

At set of sun; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, by E, 
B. Tilton. 

© Edwin B. Tilton, New York ; 1896 : 2905, 
Jan. 6; 2c. Jan. 6. 2188 

At 7 a. m.; surprise in 1 act, by C. I. Yeaux. 
[4] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 9, 1914 ; D : 35966 ; Clyde Isidore 
Yeaux, New York. 2188a 

At State Line; play in 1 act, by C. Andrews. 28 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic, Mar. 25, 1910; D: 20575; Charlton 
Andrews, Valley City, N. D. 2189 

At Stoney Brook; a comedy playlet in 1 act and 
2 scenes, by E. Foreman. 12 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Edsar Foreman, New York ; D : 150.52, 
Apr. 19, 1909; 2c. Apr. 19, 1909. 2190 

At stroke of twelve; a comedy drama in 5 acts 
and 7 scenes, by J. Le Brandt. 

© Joseph Le Brandt, New York; 1899: 
42362, June 29. 2191 

At sundown; a pastoral play in 1 act, by J. C. 
Nugent. Typewritten. 

© J. C. Nugent, Canal Dover, O. ; 1900 A : 
19941, Aug. 10 ; 2c. Aug. 10. 2192 

At sunrise; military comedy drama in 5 acts, 
by D. H. Lyall. 39 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1912; D: 30552; Darrell H. 
Lyall, Cincinnati. 2193 

See also Hand in hand. 

At Sunrise Hollow; by O. Graham, f. Type- 
written. 

© Oscar Graham, New York ; D : 8667, June 
11, 1906; 2c. June 13, 1906. 2194 

At sunset; by G. Scarborough. 23 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© George Scarborough, New York; D: 
15804, May 8, 1909; 2c. May 8, 1909. 2195 

At swords points; a drama, by G. Cox Bancroft. 
San Francisco, The Bancroft company, 1890. 

© Genevieve C. Bancroft, San Francisco; 
1890 : 34703, Nov. 4. 2196 

At Tampa Bay; military comedy drama in 4 
acts, by C. Ellis. [76] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 8. 1912 ; D : 28254 ; Charles Ellis, 
Rock Island. 111. 2197 



At the Arlington cottage; a farcical comedy in 
3 acts, by H. A. D'Arcy. 

© H. A. D'Arcy, New York; 1900 A: 14162, 
June 7. 2200 

At the hall; play in 1 act. by M. Beriza, tr. from 
the original French, by S. C. Cobui-n. 2 p. t°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 20, 1914; D: 36775; Marguerite 
Beriza, Boston. 2200a 

At the barn; an idyll in 3 acts, by A. Wharton. 
3 V. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1912; D: 29811; Anthony 
Wharton, London. 2201 



— idyll in 3 acts, by Anthony P. Wharton. 
London, J. Williams, ltd. ; New York, S. 
French. 2 p. 1., 87 p. 12". 

© June 22, 1912 ; 2c. July 9, 1912 ; D : 30211 ; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 2202 



At the beauty parlors, 
feminine. 



Sec Eternal (The) 



At the Boar's Head; a 1 act play, by W. M. 
Blatt. 12 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© William M. Blatt, Boston ; D : 6887, June 
28, 1905 ; 2c. June 28, 1905. 2203 

At the box-office. 10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Hannah Hortense Lersner, New York ; D : 
10014, Feb. 23, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 28, 1907. 2204 

a monologue, by B. B. Hayward. 4 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Beatrice B. Hayward, New York ; D : 
2737, Dec. 18, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 18, 1902. 2205 

— a monologue, by R. W. Eberhard. 14 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Raymond W. Eberhard, Boston ; D : 15435, 
Mar. 24, 1909; 2t-. Mar. 24, 1909. 2206 



At the box office window, 
and duologues. 



See Monologues 



At the break of the market. See Goliath. 



At the call of duty, 
soldier. 



See Girl (The) and the 



At the carnival. Typewritten. 

© Richard Bachelder Lane, Chicago; D: 
5332, July 23, 1904 ; 2c. July 23, 1904. 2207 



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2231 



At the carnival — Continued. 

a romantic play in 5 acts. 

© Eva Mountford Grandin and John M. 
Hickev, United States ; 1892 : 39195, Sept. 28. 

2208 

At the casino; play in 3 acts, by A. Marix. 3 v. 

4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1913 ; D : 34604 ; A. Marix, New 

York. 2209 

At the chasm; play in 1 act, by Jaroslav 

Vrchlicky [pseud, of Emil Frida] tr. from the 

Bohemian by C. Recht. (In Poet lore, v. 24, 

no. 5, autumn, 1913.) 

© Oct. 2, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 13, 1913 ; D : 34700 ; 

Charles Recht, New York. 2210 

At the church door; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 
S. Maguire. 

© Sylvester Maguire, New York ; D : 3488, 

May 13, 1903. 2211 

At the club; by Geo. W. Barnum. Typewritten. 

© George Brengle, New York; 1899:40771, 

June 22 ; 2c. June 22. 2212 

At the convent gate. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Bennett C. Antenson, New York : D : 
12159, Jan. 11, 1908; 2c. Jan. 11, 1908. 2213 

At the cost of her life; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
by O. Wood. Typewritten. 

© Oscar AA^ood. Stamford. Conn.; 1898: 
75911, Dec. 27 ; Ic. Feb. 28, 1899 ; Ic. Apr. 10, 
1899. 2214 

At the court of Belgrade. 

© John Henry Milledge, Marlin, Tex.; D: 

3885, Sept. 1, 1903. 2215 

At the court of King Winter; a Christmas play 

for schools, by Lizzie M. Hadley. New York 

& Chicago, E. L. Kellogg &, co. 

1© E. L. Kellogg & CO., New York and Chi- 
cago; 1896:65655, Dec. 2. 2216 
At the court of St. Valentine; by Elizabeth F. 
Guptill. Franklin, O., Eldridge entertainment 
house. 20 p. 4°. 

© Oct. 1, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 19. 1910 ; D : 22999 ; 
Eldridge entertainment bouse, Franklin, O. 

2217 

At the custom house; by G. T. Smith. 4°., Type- 
written. [Title on copies is Custom house in- 
spection.] 

© George Totten Smith, New York; D: 
10399, Apr. 23, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 23, 1907. 2218 

At the Cypher club; a comedietta in 1 act, by 
J. J. Olson. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Jerome J. Olson, Chicago ; D : 12799, Apr. 
22, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1908. 2219 

a play in 1 act, by J. J. Olson. IS p. 4°. 

Ty]!ewritten. 

© Jerome J. Olson, Chicago ; D : 9910, Feb. 
6, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 6, 1907. 2220 



At the dawn of the republic; original drama in 
5 acts, by A. Gross. S". Typewritten. 

© Anna Gross, New York ; D : 3910, Sept. 8, 
1903; 2c. Sept. 8, 1903. 2221 

At the depot; a character play, by Anne M. 
Palmer. New York, Chicago, Tullar-Meredith 
CO., 1915. 15 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 11. 1915: 2c. and afE. June 26, 1915; 
A: 406459; Tullar-Meredith cc, New York. 

2221a 

At the dropping of the shoes; a play in 1 act, 
by B. Searie. [1], 21 p. 4". Typewritten, 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1912; D: 30845; Billy A. 
Searie, Fairport, N. Y. ' 2222 

At the eleventh hour, 

© Burt Haller, Norwood, O, ; D : 11780, Nov. 
21, 1907. 2223 

a comedy-drama in 1 act, by E. L. Connelly. 

9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Eugene Le Movne Connelly. Pittsbursh; 
D : 14116, Oct. 22, 1908; 2c. Oct, 22, 1908. 2224 

At the end of the line; playlet, by T. F. Jarvis. 
13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 2.5, 1910; D: 20884; Thomas F. 
Jarvis, New York. 2225 

At the end of the rainbow; college comedy in 3 
acts, bv Lindsey Barbee. Chicago, T. S. Den- 
ison &'co, 71 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 22, 1910; 2c. Sept. 24, 1910; D: 
22130 ; T. S. Denison & co., Chicago. 2226 

a drama in 4 acts, by B, L. Hall. 119 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Burton Luther Hall, Berkeley, Cal. : D: 
13529, Aug. 10, 1908 : 2c. Aug. 10, 1908. 2227 

At the end of the trail. 

© John K, Morrison, Oklahoma City, Okl. ; 
D : 13225, June 22, 1908. 2228 

At the end of the year; play in 2 acts, by H. L. 
Enander. [46] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1914 ; D : 37664 ; Hilma Lewis 
Enander, Chicago. 2228a 

At the ferry; or, A ferry tale, 1 act playlet, by 
M. Keene and B. Mathews. 30 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 10, 1911 ; D : 24655 ; Slattie Keene 
and Bob Mathews, New York. 2229 

At the fire side; or. Little bird blue, a play 
for children in 3 acts, by Elizabeth Folding. 
New York. The Roxbury publishing company 
[1899] (Wizard series) 

© Roxburv pub. co.. New York ; 1899 : 12665, 
Feb. 15; 2c. Feb. 15. 2230 

At the florists; sketch in 1 act, by W, C. de 
Mille. [3], 11 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1912; D: 31310; William C. 
de Mille, New York. 2231 



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2232 



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2251 



At the foot of the cross, 
son. 



See Prodigal (The) 



At the foot of the throne; a comedy drama, by 
J. A. King and G. E. Hall, f" . Typewritten. 
© George E. Hall and John A. King, Brook- 
lyn ; D : 1495, Feb. 26, 19U2 ; 2c. Apr. 7, 1902. 

2232 

a play in 5 acts, by Mrs. B. A. Armstrong, 

72 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. B. A. Armstrong, Minneapolis; D: 
11587, Oct 25, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 24, 1908. 2233 

At the fortune teller; a vaudevilletta, by E. A. 

Woolf and Mme. von Trautmau. Typewritten. 

© Edgar Allan Woolf, New York ; D : 7288, 

Sept. 21, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 21, 1905. 2234 

At the French ball. 

© Fanny Rice, Brooklyn; D : 12821, Apr. 
24, 1908. 2235 
See also Masqueraders (The) 

At the front door; 1 act comedy, by Sam Ebr- 
licb. 8p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 12, 1910; D: 22794; Gorman & 
West, New York. 2236 

At the gates of justice; a domestic comedy 

drama, by James Halleck Reid. 

© Lillian Ford, New York ; D : 1169, Dec. 

10, 1901. 2237 

At the gates of the city of Mammon; poetic 

drama in 1 act, by E. Davis. [3], 18 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1913; D: 35270; Edwards 
Davis, New York. 2238 

At the goal. See Passing (The) show. 

At the Golden Gate; or, Under the western 
sky, a drama in 4 acts and 6 scenes, adapted 
from James F. O'Neil's novel by A. H. Browne. 

© Alice Howland Browne, Chicago ; D : 8538, 
May 16, 1906. 2239 

At the Golden Goose; play in 1 act, by M. 
Lefuse. New York, S. French; London. S. 
French, ltd. 24 p. 12". 

© June 29, 1910; 2c. June 30, 1910; D: 
21451 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 2240 

At the golf club; play in 1 act, by Louis Weslyn. 
8 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1915 ; D : 39272 ; Edna Dorman 
Jennings, New York. 2240a 

At the Grand Central; comedy for two females, 
by Frances Aj^mar Mathews. New York, E. S. 
Werner, 1907. 13 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner & cc. New York; D: 
116S6, Nov. 7, 1907; 2c, Nov. 22, 1907. 2241 

At the grand opera; a comedy. 5 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Benjamin Chapin, New York; D: 11959, 
Dec. 21, 1907; 2c. Jan, 20, 1908, 2242 



At the hair-dresser's, 
inine. 

At the health 
woman. 



See Eternal (The) fem- 
resort. See Talking (The) 



At the hearth; an original drama in 1 act, by 
C. H. Palmer. 

© Charles Harvey Palmer, Milwaukee; 
1896 : 55725, Oct. 7. 2243 

At the height of the terror; a drama by L. W. 
Smith. 79 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Lewis Worthiugton Smith, Des Moines; 
D : 7087, June 23, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 11, 1905. 2244 

At the home plate, 6 p. f. Tyi^ewritten. 
© Chas. T. Eagan, Chicago; D : 15296, Mar. 
10, 1909; 2c. Mar. 10, 1909. 2245 

At the horse-track; play in 1 act, by L. F. 
Apfel. 4 p. 4". TyiJewritten. 

© Ic. May 7, 1915; D: 40591; L, Frank 
Apfel, Pomerania, N. J. 2245a 

At the hotel; comedy sketch in 1 act, by Le Mar 
Dorome [pseud, of M. E. Doane], 10 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 17, 1911 ; D : 23116 ; Maude Es- 
telle Doane, Philadelphia. 2246 

At the hour of midnight, f°. Typewritten. 

© Edward Bates Crane, California, Mo.; 
D : 4430, Dec. 24, 1903 ; 2c. May 1, 1906. 2247 

At the hour of two; vaudeville novelty vehicle, 
by M. E. Jones. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 30, 1915; D: 40240; Marc Ed- 
mund Jones, New York. 2247a 

At the Island of Mackinac. See Mackinac. 

At the junction; a comedy, by L. J. Tynan. 
© Leonard J. Tynan, Paterson ; 1891 : 15184, 
Apr. 24. 2248 

Boston, 



farce in 1 act, by Charles S. Bird. 

W. H. Baker & co., 1910. 27 p. 12". 

© Nov. 16, 1910; 2c. Nov. 17, 1910; 
D : 22575 ; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 

2249 

At the king's command; a drama in 4 acts, by 
A. Wortmann and P. G. Piatti. 48 p. 8°. 

© Albert Wortm:inn and Peter G, Piatti, 
New York; D : 4862, Mar. 31, 1904; 2c. Apr, 
20, 1904. 2250 

At the landing; play in 1 act, by A. Hoffman. 
22 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 10, 1915 ; D : 40889 ; Aaron Hoff- 
man, New York. 2250a 

At the last, best; a tragedy by J. L. Burleigh, 
founded upon A tale of two cities, by Charles 
Dickens. 

© John L. Burleigh, United States; 1873: 
681, Jan. 25. 2251 



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2273 



At the last it bitetli like a serpent and sting- 
eth like an adder; teniperauce draui;i, by E. G. 
Coleman. Itocky Mount, Va., G. Coleman. 
15 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 28, 1912; 2c. Mar. 7, 1912; D: 289R9; 
E. G. Coleman, Rocky Mount, Va. 2252 

At the little red school house; in 4 acts, by 
Hal. Reid. Typewritten. 

© Jnmes Halleck Reid, Chicago; D : 210, 
Mar. 13, 1901 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1901. 2253 

At the marriage bureau; a vaudeville in 1 act, 

libretto by W. Del Sena, music by Zeuo Landt. 

© Richard A. Lucchesi, San Francisco; 

1899:29277, Apr. 29. 2254 

At the matinee. See Monologues of to-day. 

At the mercy of crooks; a sensational melo- 
drama in 4 acts, by W. J. Butler. 

© Wm. J. Butler, New York ; 1898 : 20932, 
Apr. 1. 2255 

At the mercy of man; drama in 4 acts, by J. H. 
T wells, jr. 

© J. H. Twells, .ir., Berlin; D: 15511, Apr. 
1, 1909. 2256 

At the mercy of the court; a melodrama in 4 
acts and 9 scenes, by V. Storbeck. t". Type- 
written. 

© Valeska Storbeck, Wheaton, 111. ; D : 5130, 
Jlay 27, 1904 ; 2c. May 26, 1904. 2257 

At the mercy of the Czar; a romance of Russia 
in 3 acts, by Beaumont Claxton [pseud, of 
T. C. Taylor] 

© Thomas Claxton Taylor, Springfield, 111.; 
D : 553, June 6, 1901. 2258 

At the m.ercy of Tiberius. 109 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© William Jules Reside, Australia ; D : 
5985, Dec. 22, 1904 ; 2c. June 12, 1905. 2259 

At the Mitre; a comedy in 1 act, by Margaret 
Turnbull, founded on an incident in the life of 
the famous actress, Anne Oldfield. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Margaret Turnbull, New York ; D : 3155, 
Mar. 18, 1903; 2c. Dec. 29, 1903. 2260 

At the mode shop; the re-incarnation of Pris- 
cilla; a f.-'shiou fantnsy, by H. W. Maclellan. 
[3] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 24, 1913 ; D : 35432 ; Henry Ward 
Maclellan, New York. 2260a 

At the moving picture show; an original char- 
acter monologue, by John B. Hymer. 5 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Flario Arcaro, New York; D : 13311, July 
8, 1908 ; 2c. July 8, 1908. 2261 

At the naval club; comedy playlet in 1 scene, 
by L. Corbett. 7 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 2.3. 1910; D: 21616; Lawrence 
Corbett, New York. 2262 



At the news stand; a sketch, by P. Rooney. 
10 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 22, 1912; D: 29745; Pat Rooney, 
Southold, N. Y. 2263 

At the old cross roads; by H. Reid. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Hal Reid, Chicago; 1900 A: 31696, Dec. 
31 ; 2c. Mar. 14, 1901. 2264 

At the old home. See In her father's house. 

At the parcel counter; by J. H. Steele. 20 p. 
f. Typewritten. 

© ,TepS!^mv Hnrte Steele. Springfield, Mfi?s. ; 
D : 3486, May 19, 1903 ; 2c. Itlay 19, 1903. 2265 

At the 'phone. See Trip to the city. 

At the photographer's; a comedietta in 1 act, 
adapted from the Danish by T. S6gard. 

© Thvge Rogard, Kansas City, Mo.; 1891: 
37414, Oct. 17 ; Ic. Oct. 17. 2266 

At the picket-line; a military drama of the 
Civil War in 5 acts, by .T-o+in Adams. Bos- 
ton, W. H. Baker & co., 1893. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
16021, Mar. 31 ; 2c. Aug. 30. 2267 

At the play; short play in 1 act. by Edward E. 

Piaggio. London, J. Williams, ltd. 16 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 3, 1913 : 2c. Oct. 4, 1913 ; D : .34673 : 

Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 2268 

At the point of the gun. 23 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© G. Harrison Carter, Sheffield, England; 
D: 16059, June 12, 1909; 2c. June 12, 1909. 

2269 

At the polls; play in 4 acts, by F. P. O'Connor. 
60 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 4, 1915; D: 39580; Francis Pa- 
cificus O'Connor, New York. 2269a 

At the postern gate; a farce-comedy in 2 acts, 
by Ernest J. Whisler. Philadelphia, The Penn 
publishing company, 1902. 32 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia; D : 2243, 
Aug. 16, 1902 ; 2c. Aug. 16, 1902. 2270 

At the Pottersville post oflace; rural comedy in 
3 acts, bv John INI. Francis. New York, S. 
French; London, S. French, ltd. 52 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 3, 1913 ; 2c. Sept. 8, 1913 ; D : 34384 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2271 

At the race track; monologue, by R. E. Jacobs. 
[4] p. 8°. Printed. 

© Rose E. Jacobs, Cincinnati; D : 12S27, 
Apr. 24, 1908; 2c. May 4, 1908. 2272 

E. Hunter. [31 p. 
D : 34672 ; 



— vaudeville sketch, by 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 29, 1913; 
Hunter, New York. 



Edward 
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107 



2274 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



2296 



At the receptiou; playlet in 1 scene, by P. Wolf- 
man. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

.© Ic. Feb. 7, 1912; D:2S5S8; Paul Wolf- 
man, New York. 2274 

At the Red Lion; [by] Helen Booth. 

© P. GarreLt & co., Philadelphia; 1SS6: 

12542, May 27. 2275 

At the red school house; a comedy. 6 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Benjamin Chapin, New York; D : 11956, 

Dec. 21, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 20, 1908. 2276 

At the rise of the curtain; dramatic preludes, 
by F. H. Williams. 

© Francis Howard Williams, Philadelphia ; 
D : 4292, Nov. 23. 1903. 2277 

At the sea-shore; farce in 2 scenes, by T. E. 
Kyle. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1913 ; D : 83073 ; Tom E. Kyle, 
New York. 2278 

revision of The girl from Brighton, by A. 

Hoffman. 66 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3, 1912 ; D : 30731 ; Aaron Hoff- 
man, New York. 2279 

At the shrine of Apollo. 1 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© D. Ernest Bell, Milwaukee ; D : 4136, Oct. 
26, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 1903. 2280 

At the sign of the Bleeding Heart; comedy in 
1 act, by R. C. Mitchell. [3], 19 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. JNIar. 20, 1911 ; D : 23703 ; Ruth Com- 
fort IMitchell, Los Angeles. 2281 

At the sign of the Buff Bible. Typewritten. 
© Beulah Marie Dix, Cambridge, Mass.; 
1898:7881, Jan. 26; Ic. Jan. 26; Ic. Sept. 27. 

2282 

At the sign of the nosegay; a comedy, by W. H. 
Duncan, jr., and Henry Bayard. 

© Wm. Henrv Duncan, jr., Brooklyn; D: 
15081, Feb. 15, 1909. 2283 

a comedy in 4 acts, by W. H. Duncan, jr. 

94 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Henry Duncan, jr., Brooklyn ; 
D : 15109, Feb. 17, 1909 ; 2c. July 20, 1909. 

2284 

comedy in 3 acts, by W. H. Duncan, jr. 

[7], 64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1912; D: 31052; Wm. Henry 
Duncan, jr., Brooklyn. 2285 

At the singing cafe. See Aux cafes chan- 
tants. 

At the sound of taps; or. All lights out, a mil- 
itary drama in 4 acts from the German Zap- 
fenstreich, adapted by Charles Swickard. 90 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© C. Swickard, New York; D : 9682, Dec. 
21, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 21, 1906. 2286 



At the sound of the reveille; play in 1 act, by 
J. Weichsel. 33 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915; D: 39776; John Weich- 
sel, New York. 2286a 

At the stake; a drama in 6 acts, from the 
French, by INIme. R. Neuville. 

© Mme. Rosina Neuville, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1873:3412, Apr. 3. 2287 

At the stroke of twelve; by G. Nagel. 5 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1910 ; D : 20752 ; George Nagel, 
Newark, N. J. 2288 

dramatic sketch, by Judson C. Brusie. [26] 

p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1912; D: 28841; Mrs. Judson 
C. Brusie, San Francisco. 2289 

At the telephone; comedy in 1 act, by Stella 
Leroy [pseud, of Mrs. Starr King] [3], 21 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1914; D: 37844; Mrs. Starr 
King, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 2289a 

At the theatre; or. The fairy of Leadville and 
the gold fiend of the mountains, a farcical 
musical comedy in 3 acts, by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, United States; 1880:2504. 
Feb. 16. 2290 

See also Talking (The) woman. 

At the threshold; a play in 2 scenes, by J. D. 
Haag. 8°. Proof. 

© Jackson D. Haag, Pittsburgh; D : 6223, 
Feb. 14, 1905; 2c. Mar. 13, 1905. 2291 

At the turn of the road; play in 1 act, by J. P. 
White. 

© Julia Proctor White, Peoria, 111.; D: 
10351, Apr. 15, 1907. 2392 

At the turn of the wick; play in 1 act, hy P. B. 
Sipe. [3], 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1914; D: 35566; Paul B. Sipe, 
Pittsburgh. 2292a 

At the village post-office; a musical play in 2 
acts, by S. S. Tibbals. 31 p. 8°. 

© Seymour S. Tibbals. Franklin, O. ; D : 
9444, Nov. 15, 1906 ; 2c, Nov. 15, 1906. 2293 

At the Warringtons; dramatic monologue, by 
L. Shaffner. [2], 9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1911; D : 23074 ; Lillyan 
Shaffner, Chicago. 2294 

At the White Horse tavern; by Sidney Rosen- 
feld. 63 p. 12". 

© Alice Kauser, New York ; D : 11938, Dec. 
18, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1907. 2295 

At the White House; a play in 1 act, by B. O. 
Chapin. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Benjamin Chester Chapin, New York ; 
D : 9414, Nov. 10, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 14, 1906, 2296 



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2316 



At the world's mercy; a drama, by D. Davidson. 

© Dore Davidson, New York; 1889:16021, 

May 27. 2297 

At 3 a. m,; by C. E. Lewis. [15] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 10, 1909; D: 16733; Charles E. 
Lewis, Baltimore. 2298 

At Tom-boy ranch. 12 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Francis Tucker, Galesburg, 111. ; D : 7458. 
Oct. 17, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 17, 1905. 2299 

At 2 a. m.; original playlet in 1 act, by H. Sel- 
man. [1], 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1914 ; D : 37082 ; Harold Sel- 
man, Jersey City. 2299a 

a play in 1 act, by Louis Pendleton. 29 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© L. Pendleton, Bryn Athyn, Pa. ; D : 7587. 
Nov. 14, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 17, 1906. 2300 

At Valley Forge; an original comedy drama of 
1770. by \V. L. Roberts. 89 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© William Lynch Roberts, Chicago; D : 31, 
Jan. 12, 1901; 2c. Sept. 25, 1901. 2301 

At Vera Cruz; melodrama in 4 acts, by Arthur 
L. Collins. [4], 34 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 2, 1914 ; D : 37452 ; R. C. Smith, 
Wapakoneta, O. 2301a 

At war with herself. Bee Loriena. 

At Wynncourt; a drama in 5 acts, by D. Hast- 
ings. 

i© Dille Hastings, Philadelphia ; 1888 : 32265, 
Nov. 14. 2302 

At Yale. See Life at Yale. 

At your service; sketch in 1 act, by O. White. 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 19, 1914 ; D : 37899 ; Oliver White, 
New York. 2302a 

Atahualpha, the last of the Incas; drama in 3 
v.('\-9. by A. A. Furmaii. 70, [2] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 13, 1911; D : 2.3951 ; Alfred A. 
Furman, New York. 2303 

Atalanta, a dream of Arcady; pastoral comedy 
in 4 acts, by A. Sterling. [6], 188 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 23, 1913 ; D : 33295 ; Ada Sterling, 
New York. 2304 

Atavism; pLny in 1 act, by R. G. Nathan. 20 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 26, 1915; D: 39512; Robert 
Gruntal Nathan, Cambridge, Mass. 2304a 



Atchi; a comedietta in 1 act, by John Maddison 
Morton. New American ed., correctly reprint- 
ed from the original authorized acting ed. 
New York, H. Roorbach. 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1889: 
37524, Dec. 9 ; 2c. Dec. 14. 2305 

Atelier (L'); a spectacular comedy-drama, by G. 
Smith. 

© Gean Smith, Chicago; 1887:2673, Feb. 
3. 2306 

Athaliah; a romantic drama of ancient Judea, 
in 5 acts, by L. Pendleton. 106 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Louis Pendleton. Phiiadelpbia ; D : 504, 
May 25, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 25, 1902. 2307 

Athalie; a tragedy by J. Racine, ed. with ex- 
planatory notes for the use of students by 
Edward S. Joynes. New ed. New York, H. 
Holt & company. 

© Henrv Holt & co.. New York ; 1892 : 26158, 
June 22 ; 2o. June 23. 2308 

Athanasius; a mystery play in 3 acts and a 
pologue, by M. E. J. Hobart . . . New York 
[etc.] Longmans, Green and co., 1911. vii, 
121 p. front., plates. 8°. 

© Nov. 17, 1911; 2c. Nov. 22, 1911; A: 
303195 ; Marie E. J. Hobart, New York. 2309 

Atheist (The) 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. Van Deventer, New York; D : 7816. 
Jan. 4, 190.6; 2c. Jan. 4, 1906. 2310 

modern play in 5 acts, by C. R. Schubering. 

[4], 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 9. 1911 ; D : 23313 ; C. R. Schuber- 
ing, Oakland, Cal. 2311 

Athelwold; by Amelie Rives. New York, Har- 
per and bi;os., 1893. 

© Harper & bros., New York; 1893:6907, 
Feb. 4; 2c. Mar. 13. 2312 

Athene; farcical opera in 2 acts, by R. T. Nich- 
olson, music composed by Howard Talbot. 
London, Chappell & co., ltd. 48 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 6, 1911; 2c. Feb. 7, 1911; D: 23285: 
R. T. Nicholson, London. 2313 

Athenia; or, A false prophet, comic opera in 2 
acts, written by J. O'Keefe, composed by L. 
Wales. 

© John O'Keefe and Leonard Wales, United 
States; 1894:36315, Aug. 3. 2314 

Athens under Pericles; a scenic and drnmntic 

composition, designed and painted by J. Rettig. 

© John Rettig, Cincinnati ; 1889 : 16979, 

June 5. 2315 

Atherley court; a drama in 5 acts, by J. 
Brougham. 

© John Brougham, New York ; 1872 : 13656, 
Dec. 30. 2316 



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2337 



Atherley court — Continued. 

a romantic drama in 5 acts, by J. Broug- 
ham. 

© John Brougham, New York ; 1872 : 13502, 
Dec. 24. 2317 

Athlet (Der); schauspiel in 3 akten, von Her- 
mann Bahr. 

© Albert Ahn, Cologne, Germany; 1899: 
64703, Oct. 6; 2c. Oct. 6. 2318 

Athletic (The) infant; sketch in 2 scenes, by 
T. Welch. 4 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 21, 1911; D: 24026; Thomas 
Welch, Pittsburgh. 2319 

Athos. the convict; a drama in 4 acts. 

© Den Howe, United States ; D : 1464, Feb. 
19, 1902. 2320 

Atlantean (The); the argument and scenes of a 
drama, by S. E. Kyan. [1], 52 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1913 ; D : 35316 ; Mrs. Samuel 
Erwan, New York. 2321 

Atlantic (The) patrol; an aeronautic supposi- 
tion in 1 act, book by H. F. Cunningham. 
21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1912; D: 29895; Henry F. 
Cunningham, New York. 2322 

Atlantis; a drama, by E. G. Birkmaier. 

© Elizabeth G. Birkmaier, Alameda, Cal. ; 
1894:48705, Oct. 18. 2323 

a socialistic satire in 2 acts, by H. F. Tay- 
lor. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Henry Fitch Tnylor, Cos Cob, Conn.; 
D : 10381, Apr. 19, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 19, 1907. 

2324 

symphonic opera of the wai'fare of the ele- 



Atonement — Continued. 

a play in 1 act, by A. Chevalier. 



17 p. 4° 



ments, prologue and 2 acts, by A. P. Hemmick. 
7 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Jan. 24, 1913 ; D : 32115 ; Alice P. Hem- 
mick, Washington, 2325 

Atonement. 

© Albert William Gutkaes, St. Louis; D: 
8548, May 18, 1906. 2326 



— by A, Fawcett. [17] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1909; D : 16314 ; Allen Faw- 
cett, New York. 2327 

— a comedy drama, by W, Busch. 

© William Busch, St. Louis; 1894:22066, 
Apr. 30. 2328 

[1], 



— dramatic incident, by E. H, Thomas, 
8 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1911; D: 24754; Edgar H. 
Thomas, Seattle. 2329 



Typewritten. 

© Albert Chevalier, Pevensey Bay, Eng- 
land ; D : 10721, June 8, 1907 ; Ic. June 8, 1907 ; 
Ic. June 17, 1907. 2330 

— play in 1 act, by E. W. Fifield. [2], 18 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1912 ; D : 30772 ; Effie Wood- 
ward Fifield, Minneapolis. 2331 

— See also Lucile, 



Atonement (The) and the hand of fate; a ro- 
mantic comedy drama, by W. Busch, 42 p, f°. 
Typewritten. 

© William Busch, St. Louis; D: 10S31, June 
24, 1907 ; 2c. July 10, 1907. 2332 

Atraco (Un) (Attaque nocturne); comedia en 
2 actos, original de Andres de Lorde y Mas- 
son Forestier, adaptacion espanola de Ricardo 
Blasco y Carlos de Batlle. Madrid, Sociedad 
de autores espaiioles, 1912. 24 p. 12". 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31572 ; 
II. Blasco y C. de Batlle, Madrid. 2333 

Attache (L'); on, Le fauteuil de Colbert, come- 
die en 1 acte, par H. Grejois et Gabriel Tal- 
let. Paris, A. Rouart, 6diteur, 1907. 52 p. pi. 
12°. 

© Henri Grejois, Paris ; D : 10647, May 27, 
1907; 2c. May 27, 1907. 2334 

Attached. See Versiegelt. 

Attack (An) on the colored emigrants. See 
Negro (The) exodus to Kansas. 

Attainment (The); play in 4 acts, by A. S. 
Hartzell. 63 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 23, 1911; D: 24557; Alfred S. 
Hartzell, Allentown, Pa. 2335 

Attaque (L') du blockhaus; episode colonial 
en 1 acte, de F. Celval et S. Charley. Paris, 
C. Joubert. 23 p. 8°. 

© Dee. 20, 1911; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911; D: 
28090; Joubert, Paris. 2336 

Attaque nocturne. See Atraco (Un) 

Attempt (The) on the Bank of France. See 
Attentat (Das) auf die Bank von Fraukreich. 

Attentat (L'); piece en 5 actes, par A. Capiis 
et L. Descaves. [Paris. Inipr. de I'lllustra- 
tion] 1906. 2 p. 1., 101 p. 12°. 

© Alfred Capus et Lucien Descaves. Paris; 
D : 8275, Apr. 5, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 5, 1906. 2337 

See also Theatre complet; [de] Alfred 



Capus. 



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2361 



Attentat (Das) auf die Bank von Frankreich 
(The attempt on the Bank of France); sen- 
sntiouellen 1 aktigeu drama, [von] H. Bulss. 
[2], 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

I© le. Aug. 25, 1911 ; D : 25072 ; Horst Bulss, 
New York. 2338 

Attic (The); modern play in 3 acts, by Mrs. W. 
Warren. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 30, 1913 ; D : 34293 ; Mrs. Wads- 
worth Warren, Detroit. 2339 

Attic (An) philosopher; a comedietta, by W. D. 
Hall. Typewritten. 

© William Davis Hall, Philadelphia; 1900 
A : 28G50, Nov. 21 ; 2c. Nov. 21. 2340 

Attic (An) romance; play, with music, in 1 act, 
by F. T. Richards, music by F. Dewey Rich- 
ards, [ii], 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1912 ; D : 29413 ; F. T. Rich- 
ards, New York. 2341 

Attila, the Hun; a play in 4 acts, by L. Bin- 
yon. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lawrence Binyon, England; D : 11291, 
Sept. 5, 1907; 2e. Sept. 5, 1907. 2342 

Attorney (The); a 3 act American comedy 
drama, by H. G. Hall. 

© Howard Gerard Hall, Decatur, Mich.; 
1893 : 37216, Aug. 10. 2343 

Attorney s-at-law; a political drama in 4 acts, 

by G. Edwards. [1], 95 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Gurden JJdwards, Oakland, Cal. ; D: 

14782, Jan. 11, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 11, 1909. 2344 

Au bon soleil; [par] Francis de Miomandrfe. 
Paris, Calmann-Levy [1911] 3 p. 1., 310, [1] p. 
12°. 

© June 14, 1911; 2c. June 28, 1911; A- 
Foreign 3132; Calmann-Levy, Paris. 2345 

Au-dela; pi^ce magique en 4 actes et 5 tableaux 
[de] C. Lancelin. 148 p. 4". Ms. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1910; D: 20458; Charles 
Lancelin, Paris. 2346 

Au-dessiis de I'entresol. Sec On frappe les 
trois coups. 

Au jardin de Marguerite; po&me symphonique 
avec choeurs, poeme et musique de Roger- 
Ducasse. Paris, A. Durand et fils, 1912. 15 p. 
12°. [Text only] 

© Apr. 20, 1912; 2e. Apr. 22, 1912; D: 
29441 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 2347 

Same. 

© Oct. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 2, 1912 ; D : 31511 ; 
Durand et cie.. Paris. 2348 

Au nom du chef; de G. Espe de Metz. Paris, 
L. Fournier. 65 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 28, 3911; 2c. Jan. 12, 1912; D: 
28581; L. Fournier, Paris. 2349 



Au rat mort, cabinet 6; drame en 1 acte fpar] 

A. de Lorde et P. Chnine. Paris, Librairie 
Moliere, 1908. 63 p. 12°. 

© Andre de Lorde and Pierre Chaine, Paris; 
D : 13044, May 25, 1908 ; 2c. May 25, 1908. 2350 

Au rendez-vous des beaux-esprits; operette en 
1 acte, de Louis Bouvet, musique de Feliciea 
Vargues. Paris, C. Joubert, 1913. 25 p. 8*. 
[Text only] 

© Oct. 1, 1913; 2c. Oct. 25, 1913; D : 34831 ; 
Joubert, Paris. 2351 

Au telephone; piece en 2 tableaux, par A. de 
Lorde and C. Foley. New York, Vincent 
Ciocia, printer, 1902. 39 p. 12°. 

© Andre de Lorde and Chas. Foley, Paris; 
D : 2773, Dec. 27, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 27, 1902. 

2352 

Auberge (L') rouge; nouvelle lyrique en 2 actes, 
d'apres Balzac, par Serge Basset, musique de 
Jean NouguSs. Paris, Enoch & cie., 1910. 37 
p. 12*. 

© Mar. 18, 1910; 2c. Mar. 19, 1910; D: 
20497; Enoch & co., Paris. 2353 

Aubes (Les) See Dawn (The) 
Auburn (The) haired girl. 

© John J. Murdock, Chicago; 1899:69731, 
Oct. 26. 2354 

Auburndale; a comedy-drama in 5 acts, by B. 
Royce. 

© Brigham Royce, Peoria, 111.; 1892: 
14463, Apr. 1. 2355 

Aucassin and Nicolette; music-drama in 3 acts, 
by E. A. Gerrard. [4], 106 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 20, 1912 ; D : 31423 ; Ernest Allen 

Gerrard, Columbus, Neb. 2356 

Aucassin und Nicolette; von Sophus Michaelis. 

© Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig; 1S96: 
54403, Oct. 1 ; 2c. Nov. 25. 2357 

Auction (The); a melodrama in 4 acts, by T. D. 
Heelan. [21] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 6, 1913; D : 32537 ; Thomps 

David Heelan, Omaha, Neb. 2358 

Auction (An) at Meadowville; a play in 1 act, 

by Alice C. Thompson. Boston, W. H. Baker 

& CO., 1908. 17 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D: 
13960, Sept. 30, 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 16, 1908. 2359 
Auction pinochle; play in 3 acts, by Adolf 
Philipp. 52 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1911 ; D : 25859 ; Adolf Philipp 
CO., New York, 2360 

(Une partie de cartes) ; von Paul Ilerve, 

music von Jean Briquet und Ad. Philipp. Ge- 
sangstexte [New York, printed by M. Sehmet- 
terling] 1913. cover-title, [7] p. illus. 8°. 

© Nov. 12, 1912; 2c. Mar. 26, 1913; A: 
343620; Adolf Philipp co.. New York. 2361 



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2384 



Auction room sketches. See Under the ham- 
mer. 

Auctioneer (The); a play of to-day in 5 nets, 
by Neil Wesley. 

© Cornelius W. Ackerman, New York; 
1892:23114, June 1. 2362 

Audition (The); or, Monday at ten, play in 1 
act, by 11. Frederick, [13] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic, Feb. 15, 1913 ; D : 32317 ; Helena Fred- 
erick, New York. 2363 

Auf roter erde; kouiodie in 4 akten, von Selma 
Enliiianu-Jesuitzer. [Berlin, A. Entsch] 1905. 
lOS p. illus. (plan) 12°. 

© res, under act of Mar, 3, 1905, by 
Emanuel Lederer, New York; res. no, 52; Ic. 
Oct, 27, 1905, 2364 

Auf Storhove; drama, von B.iornstjer.ie Bjorn- 
son. IMiiuchen, A, Langen, 1903 [1902] 179 p. 
12°, 

© Albert Langen, Munich; D : 2467, Oct. 20. 
1902 ; 2c. Oct. 22, 1902, 2365 

Auf wiedersehen; original drama in 1 act, by 
J. H. Nepbe. 14 p, 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic, Mar. 16, 1912; D: 29150; Joseph H. 
Neehe, Chicago 2366 

Auferstehung; 4 bilder aus dem leben Katjus- 
chas naeh dem roman Leo Tolstoi's von Cesare 
Hanau, deutsch von Alfred Bruggemann, mu- 
sik von Franco Alfano. New York, Boosey & 
CO., 190S. 48 p. 12", 

© G, Ricordi & co., Milan : D : 12733, Apr. 
11, 1908.; 2c, Apr. 11, 1908. 2367 

Aug'usta; a drama in 4 acts, by J. V, Webster. 
San Francisco, The Hinton printing co., 1903. 
1 p, 1., 144 p, 12°. 

© Jonathan Vinton Webster, Cresten, Cal, ; 
D: 3801, Aug, 3, 1903; 2c. Aug. 3, 1903. 

2368 

Augustin; ein fastnachtspiel, von H, von Wolzo- 
gen, 

© Hans von Wolzogen, Bayreuth, Germany; 
1899 : 3567, Jan, 9 ; 2c. Jan. 9, 2369 

Aug'ustine; a drama in 3 acts, by A, M, Duns- 
ford, 

© Alice M. Dunsford, Cincinnati; 1883: 
463, Jan. 8, 2370 

Augustus Caesar; a Roman tragedv in 3 acts, by 
H. G. Carleton and R. Weitxhtiiian. 

© Henry Guy Carleton and Richard Weiffht- 
man, Washington ; 1886 : 1275S, June 1. 2371 

Auld (The) gaberlunzie; a drama in 5 acts, by 
T, B. Connery. 

© Thomas B. Connery, Richmond Hill, 
N, Y. ; 1889 : 4445, Feb. 7. 2372 



Auld lang- syne; comedy act, by J. Birch, 14 p. 
4°, Typewritten, 

© Ic. Mar, 3, 1910; D: 20334; John Birch, 
New York. 2373 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by J. Vincent. 

© .Tames Vincent, United States; 1890: 
35876, Nov, 14, , 2374 

a play in 4 acts, by W, Aspinwall. 

© Woolsey Aspinwall, Washington ; 1895 : 
66878, Dec, 31 ; Ic. Dec. 31. 2375 

See al^o Campbells (The) are comin'. 



Auld Robin Gray; a domestic drama, 1 act in 
verse, by M, Banks, 

© Maude Banks, New York; 1885:200.51, 
Sept. 24. 2376 

an emotional drama in 5 acts, by Malcolm 

Stuart Taylor. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D, Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1883 : 19422, Oct, 
22; 2c. Oct. 22. 2377 

Aunt Abbie; or. The cure of a wilful wife, a 
play in 4 acts, by T. W. Wharmby, 

© Thomas Washington Wharmby, New 
York; 1896:56841, Oct, 15, 2378 

Aunt Abigail and the boys; farce in 1 act, by 
Lillie Fuller Merriam. Boston, W, H, Baker 
& CO,, 1913, 19 p. 12°, 

© June 28, 1913; 2c. June 30, 1913; D: 
33677 ; Walter H, Baker & co., Boston, 2379 

Aunt Aug'usta; a comedy, by B, Eyferth. 

© Bruno Eyferth, Duluth, Minn.; 1S9S: 
» 19576, Mar. 25. • 2380 

Aunt Bessie; comedy in 1 act, by W^ilfred T, 
Colebv. Loudon, S. French, ltd, ; New York, S. 
French, 21 p. 12°, 

© Jan. 2, 1913; 2c. Jan. 2, 1913; D: 31840; 
Samuel French, ltd,, London. 2381 

Aunt Betsey's parin' bee; by J. Talladay. 

© Jennie Talladay, Auburn, N, Y. ; 1898: 
56061, Sept. 24 ; 2c. Jan. 31, 1899. 2382 

Aunt Betsy's namesake; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Arzalea Hunt. Darrowville, O,, School pub- 
lishing CO., 1897, 

© School pub, CO., Darrowville, O, ; 1897: 
9410, Feb, 5. 2383 

Aunt Bridget from Paris; sketch in 2 acts, by 
E, Osgood. 19 p. 4". Typewi'itten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1914; D: 37265; Erastus Os- 
good, Quincy, Mass, 2383a 

Aunt Bridget's baby; or, Bridget's baby, an 
original farce-comedy in 3 acts, by Scott Mar- 
ble and Wm. F. Carroll. Typewritten. 

© George W, Monroe and Robert R. Mon- 
roe, New York ; 1890 : 37645, Nov, 28 ; 2c. Nov. 
28, 2384 



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2407 



Aunt Bridget's boodle; a comedy, 3 acts, by Al- 
fred Hampton and G. W. Monroe. 

© George W. Monroe, New York; 1898: 
2997, Jan. 13. 2385 

Aunt Bridget's visit; comedy sketch, by J. W. 
Standisb. Typewritten. 

© Joseph W. Standisb, New York; 1898: 
72910, Dec. 14; 2c. Dec. 14. 2386 

Aunt Celie; dramatic comedy in 3 acts, by 
Lorna Douglas [pseud, of C. C. West] [71] p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1914 ; D : 36744 ; Charlotte C. 
West, New York. 2386a 

Aunt Cynthy's homestead; a rural drama in 4 
acts, by TJllie Akerstrom. f°. Typewritten. 

© Edna ^Nlay Spooner, Brooklyn ; D : 10235, 
Mar. 29, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 29, 1907. 2387 

Aunt Deborah's first luncheon; play in 1 act, 
by Laura M. Adams. Franklin, O., Eldridge 
entertainment bouse. 15 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 15, 1913; 2c. Dec. 26, 1913; D: 
35436; Eldridge entertainment house, Frank- 
lin, O. 2388 

Aunt Dee; a play in 4 acts [by M. G. Kern] 

[St. Louis? 1907] cover-title, 1 p. 1., 70 p. 4". 

© M. G. Kern, St. Louis; D : 11230, Aug. 26, 

1907 ; 2c. Apr. 11, 1908. 2389 

Aunt Dilsey Ann; monologue, by G. Carpenter. 
[1], 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27, 1914 ; D : 37216 ; Grant Car- 
penter, San Francisco. 2389a 

Aunt Dinah's quilting party; original enter- 
tainment in 1 act and 1 scene, by Bettine K. 
Phillips. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 3546, 
June 6, 1903 ; 2c. July 23, 1903. 2390 

Aunt Dormer; a play in 4 acts, by J. J. Brooke. 

© J. J. Brooke, Philadelphia ; 1882 : 2902, 

Feb. 24. 2391 

Aunt Elnora's hero; by Pauline Phelps. 

© Edgar S. Werner pub. & supply co.. New 
York ; 1000 A : 8303, Mar. 30 ; 2c. June 9. 2392 

Aunt Em'ly; a comedy drama, by A. Trumble 
and C. Searle. 

© Alfred Trumble and Cyril Searle, New 
York; 1884:18702, Sept. 16. 2393 

Aunt Emmeline; or, Christmas chimes, play in 
1 act, by J. A. Golden. 18 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 12. 1915; D: 39963; Joseph A. 
Golden, New York. 2393a 

Aunt (An) for a day; musical comedy in 2 acts 
[by A. C. Radke] [25] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1914; D: 38586; Albert C. 
Radke, La Crosse, Wis. 2393b 



Aunt Frony's heathen; comedy in 1 act, by I. 
M. Quincey. [2], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 31, 1912; D: 28502; lola May 
Quincey, New York. 2394 

Aunt Hanna from Vermont. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Lillie A. Ball, Jersey City ; D : 3821, Aug. 
12, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 12, 1903. 2395 

Aunt Hannah's quilting party. 

© Jennie Talladay, Auburn, N. Y. ; 1890: 
38431 ; Dec. 5. 2396 

Same. 

© Jennie Talladay, Auburn, N. Y. ; 1891: 
22948, June 24 ; 2c. June 24. 2397 

Aunt Henrietta; [3 acts]. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Evelina Cooke Hardy, New York; D: 
10245, Apr. 1, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 12, 1907. 2398 

Aunt Hester's dilemma; farce in 2 acts, by 
Edith H. Waldo. 16 p. 12", 

© Nov. 9, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1909 ; D : 17414 ; 
Ames pub. co., Clyde, O, 2399 

Aunt Hope's niece; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Cephas Aurelius Winker [pseud, of C. A. Wil- 
liams] 

© Charles A. Williams, Philadelphia ; D : 
2934, Jan. 31, 1903. 2400 

Aunt Huldah Perkins' apple parin'; a musical 
drama, by W. H. Smith. 

© William Hawley Smith, Peoria, 111.; D: 
10507, Apr. 22, 1907. 2401 

Aunt-I-club (The); lyrics for musical comedy, 
by E. B. Sanger, f". Typewritten. 

© Eugene B. Sanger, Pelham, N. Y. ; D: 
7322, Sept. 27, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 27, 1905. 2402 

Aunt Jack; an original farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by Ralph H. Lumley. 

© C. Francklyn Chatterton, New York; 
1889 : 24234, Aug. 7. 2403 

Aunt Jane from Jaysville; comedy in 1 act, by 
E. Roy. 15 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 28, 1911 ; D : 24091 ; Elberta Roy, 
Chicago. 2404 

Aunt Jeannie or me; a play in 3 acts, by E. F. 
Benson. Typewritten. 

© Edward Frederick Benson, London ; D : 
1427, Feb. 11, 1902 ; 2c. Feb. 3, 1902. 2405 

Aunt Jerusha; or, A million of money. Type- 
written. 

© Jennie Wetmore, West Superior, Wis. ; 
1894 : 17683, Mar. 30 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1897 ; Ic. new 
ed. Dec. 2, 1898. 2406 

Aunt Jerusha and Uncle Josh; farce, by Effie 
Louise Koogle. Lebanon, O., March bros. 3 p. 
8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1912 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1912 ; D : 30826 ; 
March bros., Lebanon, O. 2407 



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2431 



Aunt Jerusha's city visit; in 1 act, by J. Wet- 
uiore. 

© Jennie Wetmore, West Superior, Wis.; 
1900 A : 3110G, Dec. 24 ; 2c. Dec. 24. 2408 

Aunt Jerusha's quilting party; a novelty in 1 

scene, by Laura M. I'arsons. Boston, W. H. 

Ralcer & co., 1901. 24 p. 16°. 
© Walter H. Baker & Co., Boston ; D : 735, 

Aug. 8, 1901 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1901. 2409 

Aunt Josephine; or, Petticoats and pants, farce 

in 3 acts, by F. II. James. [2], 95 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 
© Ic. July 20, 1912; D: 30307; Fred H. 

James, New York. 2410 

Aunt Judy Jonquil; a comedy in 3 acts, by L. 
Farraud. 

© Louise Farrand, Chicago; 1882:871, Jan. 
17. 2411 

Aunt Kate, spinster; a romantic 2 act comedy, 

ending in the same old way, by E. S. Stilwell. 

© Lyceum pub. co., Philadelphia; 1899: 

44358, July 8 ; 2c. July 11. 2412 

Aunt Lucindy stays; farce, by Willis N. Bugbee. 
Lebanon, O., March bros. 3 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1912 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1912 ; D : 30825 ; 
March bros., Lebanon, O. 2413 

Aunt Maggie's will; comedy in 3 acts, by Eliza- 
beth Gale. New York, S. French; London, S. 
French, ltd. 25 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 16, 1910; 2c. Dec. 19, 1910; D: 
22843 ; Samuel French, New York. 2414 

Aunt Matilda; a sketch in 1 act, by A. Girard. 
© Annie Girard, San Francisco ; D : 7808, 
Jan. 3, 1906. 2415 

Aunt Matilda's birthday party; a play for 
^'irls, by Alice C. Thompson. Chicago, T. S. 
Denisou, 1908. 19 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 13356, July 
16, 1908; 2c. Sept. 4, 1908. 2416 

Aunt Milly's acquittal; farce comedy in 1 act, 

by L. F. Wheeler, sr. 15 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10, 1913 ; D : 34971 ; La Verne F. 

Wheeler, sr., Seattle. 2417 

Aunt Minerva; a comedietta in 1 act, by Cath- 
erine Tudor. 

© T. H. French, New York; 1899:62635, 
Sept. 27 ; 2c. Nov. 17. 2418 

Aunt Nabby; dramatized by the author, Lizzie 
P. E. Evans-Hansell. 

© Lizzie P. E. Evans-Hansell, New York; 
1895 : 17423, Mar. 28. 2419 

Aunt Nancy's account of a fashionable parlor 
recital. 

© Mary May Boynton, Franklin, O. ; 1898: 
61056, Oct. 17 ; 2c. Nov. 16. 2420 



Aunt Nancy's account of their family reunion. 

© Mary May Boynton, Franklin, O. ; 1898: 

61051, Oct. 17 ; 2c. Nov. 16. 2421 

Aunt Penny, a Bay State spinster; a comedy in 
4 acts, by A. E. Ives. [181] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Alice E. Ives, New York; D : 2401, Oct. 
1, 1902 ; 2c. Oct. 30. 1902. 2422 

Aunt Polly's; u backwoods picture, comedy 
drama, by II. Y. Collins. Typewritten. 

© Hal Young Collins, Glasgow, Ky. ; 1892: 
10986, Mar. 11; 2c. Apr. 30 and Nov. 3. 2423 

Aunt Rachel; comedy in 3 acts, by C. A. de Lima 
and lA'grand Howland. SO p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1915; D : 39811 ; Charles A. 
(le Lima, London. 2423a 

Aunt Sabrina's quilting bee; a play, ))y J. I*. 
Chidester. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1912; D : 29840 ; Jessie P. 
Chidester, Chicago. 2424 

Aunt Sabriny's Christmas; play for seven girls, 
by Elizal)eth F. Guptill. Franklin, O., El- 
dridge entertainment house. 15 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1912; 2c. Dec. 9, 1912; D : 31651 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, Franklin, O. 

2425 

Aunt Sally's prediction; in 3 acts and tableau, 
by A. L. Sniiih. 

© Annie L. Smith, Worcester; 1887:24103, 
Sept. 22. 2426 

Aunt Sarah; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, by J. W. 
I'alnioni. 

© John W. Palmoui, Thomaston, N. Y. : 
1892 : 48155, Nov. 26. 2427 

Aunt Sarah's sacrifice; comedy in 3 acts, by 
Anno Borland fpseud. of A. Spadoni] and Sue 
Chester I pseud, of F. C. Springer] [2], 68 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1913; D: 35292; Adriana Si)a- 
doni. New York, and Fleta Campbell Springer, 
Itipon, Cal. 2428 

Aunt Sarah's visitor. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Neil Twomey, Dorchester, Mass. ; D : 
14282, Nov. 13, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 13, 1908. 2429 

Aunt Susan Jones; [by] H. Elliott McBride. 
© P. Garrett & co., Philadelphia ; 1886: 6014. 
Mar. 15; 2c. Apr. 15. 2430 

Aunt Susan's visit; nuisical comedy playlet in 
1 act, by L. Grover, jr. 10 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1910; D: 22372; Leonard 
Grover, jr., Brooklyn. 2431 



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Aunt Tabitha's troubles; an original sketcli in Aunty— Continued. 

1 act, by M. A. Fisher. 22 p. 4°. Typewrit- farce, by John M. Francis. Chicago, T. S. 

ten. Denison & co. 27 p. 16°. 

© Mary A. Fisher, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ; D : @ Oct. 18, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 21, 1912 ; D : 31185 ; 

14814, Jan. 14, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 6, 1909. 2432 Eben H. Norris, Chicago. 2443 

Aunt Tildy's first train ride; musical comedy Aunty Chloe; or, Down to massa's home, an 



in 1 act, by H. B. Strayer. 12 p. 4°. Type 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 30, 1911 ; D : 23218 ; Mrs. H. B. 

Strayer, Cincinnati. 2433 

Aunt Tillie's ticket; play in 1 act, booli and 
lyrics by F. T. Richards, music by F. Dewey 
Richards. [2], 20 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 8, 1912 ; D : 29912 ; F. T. Rich- 
ards, New York. 2434 

Aunt Tommy; comedy in 1 act. 20 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn: 
D : 5453, Aug. 15, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 17, 1904. 2435 

Aunt Weena. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert H. Real, Baltimore; D : 10866, 
June 27, 1907 ; 2c. June 27, 1907. 2436 

Auntie; a protean burletta in 3 acts, after a 
story by Arthur Conan Doyle. 

© Otto H. Hasselman, Indianapolis; 1900 
A : 29959, Dec. 10. 2437 

Auntie Fudge; comedy playette, by Geo. W. 
Moore. 32 p. 8". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1914 ; D : 37502 ; Anna C. Sin- 
clair, Chicago. 2437a 

Auntie Mirren; family comedy in 1 act, by H. 
Lumsden. [3], 22 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1914; D: 37238; Harry Lums- 
den, Glasgow, Scotland. 2437b 

Auntie's visit; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. A. 
Ryder. 

© J. A. Ryder, New York ; D : 10195, Feb. 

18, 1907. 2438 

a comedy in 2 acts, by J. A. Ryder. 



© J. A. Ryder, New York; D: 10196, Feb. 
18, 1907. 2439 

— a 1 act vaudeville farce, by J. A. Ryder. 

© J. A. Ryder, New York ; D : 10197, Feb. 
18, 1907. 2440 



by J. A. Ryder professionally known as Al. 

Lamar. 15 p. 8". Printed. 

© A. Lamar, New York; D : 9615, Dec. 11, 
1906 ; 2c. Feb. 18, 1907. 2441 

Aunty; a character comedy in 4 acts and 6 
scenes, by Geo. S. Knight. 

© William Carroll, New York ; 1882 : 19423, 
Nov. 16. 2442 



Ethiopian sketch in 1 scene. New York, 
Hapijy hours co. 

© Happy hours co., New York ; 1875 : 7654, 
July 22 ; 2c. July 28. 2444 

Auramania; a sensational drama, by J. 
Pritchard. 

© Johana Pritchard, Brooklyn ; 1870 : 5385, 
Dec. 31. 2445 

Aurelia Dellore; a play in 5 acts, by G. Rearden. 
Typewritten. 

I© Godfrey Rearden, Chicago ; 1900 A : 24600, 
Oct. 3; 2c. Oct. 3. 2446 

Aurelian; or, Rome's restorer, a tragedy, by A. 
E. Dickinson. 

© Anna E. Dickinson, Philadelphia ; 1879 : 
244, Jan. 7. 2447 

Same. 

© Anna E. Dickinson, New York, in renewal 
for 14 years from Jan. 7, 1907 ; D : 9738, Jan. 
3, 1907. 2448 

Aurelian, the scion of the sun; an original his- 
torico-romantic tragedy in prologue and 5 acts, 
by Mrs. Talbot Hunter. 

© E. Talbot Hunter, London; 1897:27015, 
May 3 ; 2c. May 3. 2449 

Aureole (L'); drame lyrique en 3 actes, 6 tab- 
leaux, poeme de Paul Vaillant-Couturier et 
Edouard Tremisot, musique de Edouard Tr6- 
misot. Paris, Enoch & cie. 84 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 20, 1914 ; 2c. Feb. 21, 1914 ; D : 36105 ; 
Enoch & cie., Paris. 2449a 

Aurora; children's operetta in 2 acts, libretto by 
W. W. Prosser, piano arrangement and orches- 
tration by Anne Pollefeyt. 

© Geo. W. Smith and Will W. . Prosser, 
Columbus, O. ; 1895 : 26106, May 13 ; 2c. June 
10, 1895 ; Ic. rev. ed. Feb. 7, 1896. 2450 

a comic opera, by A, Lowry. Typewritten. 

© Agnes Lowry, San Francisco; 1900 A: 
29413, Dec. 3 ; 2c. Dec. 3. 2451 

drama in 3 acts, by C. M. Thuland. 94 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 20, 1912; D: 31754; Conrad M. 
Thuland, San Diego, Cal. 2452 

— new and original farcical comedy in 8 acts, 
by Edmund Gurney and Philip Harvard. 

© Charles Henry Freedman, New York; 
1894 : 3769, Jan. 15. 2453 



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2474 



Aurora — Continued. 

a new fairy spectacle, by I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1875:6262. 
June 15. 2454 

racconto drammatico in 4 capitoli, di Hector 

Quesada e Luisci lUica, musicato daH. Panizza. 
Milono, G. Ricordi & c, 1908. 65 p. 12°, 
[Libretto only] 

© Hector Panizza, Milan; D : 13288, July 3, 
1908 ; 2c. July 3, 1908. 2455 

Aurora Angelica; a comedy in 2 acts, by W. I. 
Varner. 

© William Iverson Varner, Varner, Ark.; 
1894 : 36038, Aug. 1. 2456 

Aurora borealis; or, The poet's nightmare, in 

I act and a series of scenes, by W. J. Stoermei". 

II p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William J. Stoermer, Los Angeles; D: 
12248, Jan. 13, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 10, 1908. 2457 

Aurora Leigh; a play in 5 acts, dramatized from 
Mrs. E. B. Browning's poem of the same name, 
by A. F. Reddie. 73 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Archibald Ferguson Reddie, Boston ; D : 
6156, Jan. 30, 1905 ; 2c. Feb. 23, 1905. 2458 

Aurora social; zarzuela dramatica social en 1 
acto y en prosa, dividido en un prologo y 3 
cuadros, original de Julio Diaz Bejerano y 
Gregorio Aguayo Marafion, mtisica de los 
maestros Modesto y Vicente Romero. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1912. 37 p. 
12^ 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32549 ; 
J. Diaz Bejerano y G. Aguayo Maraiion, 
Madrid. 2459 

Aurora's dream; or, The end of Pluto's realm, 
opera-libretto in 3 acts, by C. E. Claire. 

© Clara Elizabeth Claire, New York; 1896: 
65398, Dec. 1. 2460 

by M. S. De Claire. 60 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 30, 1909 ; D : 16974 ; Maria Sagari 
De Claire, New York 2461 

Aus liebe; dramolet in 1 akt, von M. Goldstein. 
© Max Goldstein, New York; 1875:5208, 
May 20. 2462 

Aus tiefer not; ostpreussisches schauspiel in 1 
aufzug, von E. Zabel. Berlin, Vertriebsstelle 
des Verbandes dentscher biihnenschriftsteller, 
g. m. b. h. 31 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Mar. 24, 1915 ; D : 40741 ; Eugen Zabel, 
Berlin-Charlottenburg 2462a 

Ausflug (Der) ins sittliche; komodie in 4 akten, 
von G. Eugel. New York, E. Lederer, 1901. 
128 p. 12°. 

© Georg Engel, Berlin : D : 81, Mar. 6, 1901 ; 
2c. Mar. 27, 1901. 2463 



Aushilfsbaby (Das); vaudeville posse mit 
gesang und tanz in 3 akten, von Oskar Engel, 
musik von Fritz Hartmann. [97] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 22, 1914 ; D : 37101 ; Arion-verlag, 
Berlin. 2463a 

Ausserhalb der grossen menge; ein stiick in 3 
akten, von Kurt Neurode. 107 p. 12". 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1910 ; D : 20951 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 2464 

Austerlitz; a military comedy drama in 3 acts. 
© Daniel E. Bandman and C. Win. Perkins, 
United States; 1889:1722, Jan. 12. 2465 

Australian gold; a play, by G. Wang. 

© George Wang, New Orleans ; 1874 : 7793, 
June 10. 2466 

Australian or Parisienne beauties; a farce com- 
edy in 3 acts, written and arr. by W. B. Wat- 
son and H. C. Bryant. 

© Bryant and Watson, New York ; 1897 : 
36077, June 17. 2467 

Austrian (The); by G. W. Ivory. 45 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© George Willard Ivory, North Cambridge, 
Mass. ; D : 8354, Apr. 16, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 16, 1906. 

2468 

Austrian (An) crime; by Charles Nevins. 

© Charles Nevins, New York; 1889:27627, 
Sept. 10 ; 2c. Sept. 10. 2469 

Author (The); a comedy in 3 acts, by W. II. 
Shepard. 

© W. Henri Shepard, Merchantville, N. J. : 
189S : 25441, Apr. 22. 2470 

play in 1 act, by O. T. Johnsone. 17 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1915 ; D : 41444 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 2470a 

Authority; melodrama in 4 acts, by M. Madison 
and F. M. Witmark. 

© Marie Madison and Frank M. Witmark, 
United States; 1900 A: 22379, 2c. July 5, 1901. 

2471 

a play in 4 acts, by Frank M. Witmark and 



Marie Madison. f°. Typewritten. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 2000. 
June 12, 1902 ; 2c. June 12, 1902. 2472 

Auto (The) bandit; scenic melodramatic playlet 
in 2 scenes and a moving picture, by E. Clark. 
[2], 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 2, 1913; D: 34283; Edward 
Clark, New York. 2473 

Auto (The) bee; by G. W. Hanlon. 

© George W. Hanlon, New York ; D : 11216, 
Aug. 22, 1907. 2474 



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2497 



Auto-bound; by G. F. Bond. 

© Genevieve Farnell Bond, New York; D: 
11S58, Dec. 4, 1907. 2475 

Auto elopement; play in 2 scenes, by D. Dietz. 
5 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 23, 1909 ; D : 17183 ; Dick Dietz, 
New York. 2476 

comedy in 1 act, by A. W. Stace. 20 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Arthur W. Stace, Grand Rapids, Mich.; 
D : 8536, May 16, 1906 ; 2c. May 16, 1906. 

2477 

or, A race for a wife, a comedy in 1 act, by 

Arthur W. Stace. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. W. Stace, Grand Rapids, Mich.: D: 
9604, Dec. 10, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 10, 1906. 2478 

Auto girl. 3 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Nettie Black, New York ; D : 7653, Dec. 4, 
1905; 2c. Nov. 24, 1905. 2479 

Auto maniacs; satirical farce comedy in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by J. Norworth. [2], 93 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1910; D: 22751; Jack Nor- 
worth, New York. 2480 

Auto (The) route; play in 4 acts, by R. W. 
Bloeser. 75 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1913 ; D : 32054 ; Raymond W. 
Bloeser, Erie, Pa. 2481 

Auto suggestion; or, Why Walker rebelled, 
original farce, by M. Nobles. 12 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 11, 1911 ; D : 24909 ; Milton No- 
bles, BrookljTi. 2482 

Autocratic (The) father and his impulsive 
daughter. See Man (The) and the girl. 

Autograph (An) letter; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Esther B. Tiffany. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 

1889. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1889: 
30396, Oct. 7 ; 2c. Nov. 8. 2483 

Autographs. 

© Ed. C. Smith and Jessie Carl. Boston: 
1887 : 32559, Dec. 16. , 2484 

Autoliebchen (Das); grosse posse mit gesang 
und tanz in 3 akten, von Jean Kren, gesang.s- 
texte von Alfred Schonfeld, musik von Jean 
Gilbert [pseud, of Max Winterfeld] Berlin, 
Thalia-theater verlag. 24 p. 12". 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1912 ; D : 29285 ; Thalia-theater 
verlag, Berlin. 2485 

posse mit gesang und tanz in 3 akten, von 

Jean Kren, gesangstexte von Alfred Schonfeld, 
niusik von Jean Gilbert [pseud, of Max Win- 
terfeld] Berlin, Felix Bloch erben. 103 p. 8°. 
© Ic. May 10, 1912 ; D : 29628 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 2486 



Automania; or. The family car, unique comedy 
drama with songs, in 3 acts, by C. N. Millard. 
63 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1913 ; D : 33113 ; Columbus N. 
Millard, Buffalo. 2487 

Automatic doll. Sec Mechanical (The) doll. 

Automatic servant girl; a farce in 1 act, by 
Amelia Sauford. 9 p. 8". 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D : 7564, 
Nov. 15, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 13, 1905. 2488 

Automaton (The); a farce in 3 acts, by K. Lee. 

© Kenneth Lee, New York \ 1899 : 53800, Aug. 
23 ; 2c. Aug. 23. 2489 

Automaton (The) dance; a mimical and charac- 
ter terpsichorean divertisement, by B. Kiralfy. 
© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; 1888:7889, 
Mar. 16. 2490 

Automobile (The) See Yellow (The) cab. 

Automobile crazy; burlesque in 1 scene, by 
Frank Dumont. New York, Chicago [etc.] 
M. Witmark & sons, 1904. 12 p. 12°. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 6047, 
Dee. 28, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 27, 1904. 2491 

Automobile (The) disaster; a 1 act comedy, by 
L. Rose. 12°. 

© Lew Rose, Chicago; D : 10641. May 25, 
1907; 2c. May 25, 1907. 2492 

Automobile (An) romance; a 1 act sketch, by 
H. \V. MaeAllester. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© H. Wilson MaeAllester, Chicago; D: 
10086, Mar. 6, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. S, 1908. 2493 

Automobiling; motor-car comedy with songs, by 
Henry Clay Grant, Will Bradshaw and Y\^. 
Mew. 6 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 4, 1913 ; D : 35244 ; Wilson Mew, 
Chicago. 2494 

Automobilist (The); a roadside episode, theat- 
rical vaudeville sketch, by Y. D. Piper, cover- 
title, [7] p. 16°. 

© May 29, 1912; 2c. May 31, 1912; A: 
315531 ; V. D. Piper, Rochester, N. Y. 2495 

Autores (Los) de la historia; zarzuela en 1 acto 
y 4 cuadros, en verso y prosa, original [de] F. 
Navarro Romero, mtisica del maestro Chaves. 
Madrid. Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1908. 
37 p. 8°. 

© Francisco Navarro Romero, Madrid ; D : 
14711, Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 2496 



Autour d'un piano, 
coups. 



See On frappe les trois 



Autre (L'); pi&ce en 3 actes [par Paul et Victor 
Margueritte] [Paris, Impr. de I'lllustration] 
1907. 2 p. 1., 61 p. 12°. 

© Paul et Victor Margueritte, Paris; D: 
11580, Oct. 24, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 24, 1907. 2497 



117 



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2516 



Autre (L') danger; pi6ce en 4 actes, par M, 
Donnay. 31 p. f. 

© Maurice Donnay, Paris; D : 2803, Jan. 3, 
1903; 2c. Jan. 3, 1903. 2498 

Autre (L') Tartuffe. See Beaumarchais the- 
atre illustre. 

Autumn leaves; a domestic comedy in 4 acts, 
by Emma :Murie Davis, t". Typewritten. 

© E, M. Davis, Columbus, Ga. ; D : 6917, 
July 6, 1905 ; 2c. June 21, 1905. 2499 

a fancy drill, by Harriette Wilbur. Leb- 
anon, O., March brothers, 1908. cover-title. 
5 p. 12°. 

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 13895, Sept. 
21, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 9, 1908. 2500 

Autumn manoeuvres; musical play in 3 acts, by 
Karl von Bakouy and R. Bodanski, adapted 
for the English stage by Henry Hamilton, 
lyrics by Percy Greenbank, music by Emmer- 
ich Kalman. London, Enoch & sons, 1912. 
23 p. 8". [Libretto only] 

© June 19, 1912; 2c. June 20, 1912; D: 
30039; Enoch & sons, London. 2501 

Autumnal tints; a play in 4 acts, by Joseph 
Arthur. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Arthur, Pelham Manor, N. Y. ; D : 6218, 
Feb. 13, 1905; 2c. Feb. 21, 1905; 2c. Mar. 21, 
1905. 2502 

A\ix cafes chantants (At the singing cafe); a 
vaudeville skit in 1 scene, by James J. Mor- 
rison. Typewritten. 

© Marie Mather, New York ; 1900 A : 20421, 
Aug. 15 ; 2c. Aug. 1. 2503 

Aux jardins de Murcie; pidce en 3 actes, en 
prose, de Jose Feliu y Codina, traduction de 
Carlos de Batlle et Antonin Lavergne. (In 
Comoedia du 22 avril, 1912) 

© Apr. 22, 1912 ; 2c. May 11, 1912 ; D : 29643 : 
C. de Batlle et A. Lavergne, Paris. 2504 

Avalon: libretto of a comic opera, in 3 acts, by 
C. B. Graham. 

© Charles B. Graham, Philadelphia ; 1894 : 
18167, Apr. 6. 2505 

Avanelle, a wild flower of the mountains; 5 
act dm ma, by Bonnie Conway. 46 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 24, 1913; D: 32752; Edith 
Mason, St. Anthony, Id. 2506 

Avare (L'); comedie en 5 actes et en prose par 
© Ginn & co., Boston ; 1894 : 2G003, Mav 23. 

2507 

Moli&re, with a biography of the author, gram- 
matical and explanatory notes, and a complete 
vocabulary compiled from the best sources. 
Boston, Ginn & co., 1894. 



Avare (L') — Continued. 

a comedy, by Moliere, ed. with explanatory 

notes for the use of students by Edward S. 

Joynes. New York, H. Holt and company, 

1882. (Students' series of classic French 

plays, second series, no. 4) 

© Henrv Holt & co.. New York ; 1882 : 15041, 

Sept. 11; 2c. Sept. 29. 2508 

■ Same. 

© Edward S. Joynes, Columbia, S. C, 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
848, Apr. 20, 1910. Original entry, Sept. 11. 
1882, no. 15041. 2509 

Avarice; an original domestic drama in 5 acts, 
by H. A. Houghton. 

© H. A. Houghton, Albany ; 1877 : 5930, May 
16. 2510 

Avatars (The); modern drama in 5 nets and bio- 
graph intre-iict, by W. C. Kenyon. [1], 59 p. 
f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1914; D: 36160; William 
Crellin Kenyon, Chicago. 2510a 

a spectacle-drama in 4 acts, by W. C. Ken- 
yon. 54 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1909; D: 16219; William Crel- 
lin Iveuyon, Chicago. 2511 

Ave (The) Maria; play in 4 acts, by T. F. 
Laugan. [51] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1913; D: 34154; Thomas 
Francis Langan, Chicago. 2512 

Avemaria; poema drammatico in 3 atti, di Luigi 
Illica ed Enrico Cavacchioli, per la musica di 
Ruggero Leoncavallo. Milano, Edoardo Son- 
zogKO. 1 p. 1., 64 p. 12". [Words only] 

© Apr. 3, 1915 ; Ic. Apr. 20, 1915 ; D : 41187 : 
Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan. 2512a 

Avenged; by H. Del Ruth. f. Typewritten. 

© Hampton Del Ruth, Boston; D : 2579. 
Nov. 8, 1902 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1902. 2513 

^a play in 4 acts and 8 tableaux, by J. B. 

Renauld. 

© J. B. Renauld, New York; 1872:3872, 
Apr. 12. 2514 

a sensational drama in 4 acts, by Mr. and 



Mrs. Orson Clifford. 

© i^Ir. and Mrs. Orson Clifford, New York: 
1894:31816, July 2. 

— See also Glen wood. 



2515 



Avenger (The); drama in 4 acts and 8 scenes, 
by N. H. Horustine. 50 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© N. H. Hornstine, Philadelphia ; D : 11990. 
Dec. 27, 1907; 2c. Jan. 9, 1908. 2516 

See also Shanowakin (The) 



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2517 



COPYKIOHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



2537 



Avengers (The); a picture of the reconstruction 
days, play in 4 acts, by Clarence Black. 42 p. 
4°. Mimeographetl. 

I© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16345 ; 
James Edwards, Chicago. 2517 



Avenging' (The) son; by G. W. Hanson. 



© George W. 
1154S, July 26. 



Hanson, Baltimore ; 



1881: 
2518 



Avenir (L'); comedie en 3 actes, par G. Ancey. 
© Georges Ancey, Paris ; 1899 : 10656, Feb. 



6 ; 2c. Feb. 6. 



2519 



Aventuras (Las) de Max y Mino; 6, Que 
tontos son los sabios, pelicula seusacional, 
original de C. Arniches y J. Jackson Veyan, 
mtisica del maestro Rafael Calleja. Madrid. 
Sociedad de a uteres espaiioles, 1915. 37 p. 
12°. [Words only] 

© Mar.' 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40047 ; Carlos Arniches y Jose Jackson Veyan, 
Madrid. 2519a 

Aventure (Une) de Henri IV; par Henry de 
Brisay. 3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1912 ; D : 29994 ; Gaumont co.. 
New York. 2520 

Aventure (Une) imperiale; comedie en 1 acte, 
par M. Henuequin et S. Basset. Paris, P. V. 
Stock, editeur, 1910. 64 p. 12°. 

© July 21, 1910 ; 2c. July 8, 1910 ; D : 21502 ; 
Maurice Hennequin et Serge Basset, Paris. 

2521 

Aventurero (El); zarzuela dramjltica en 1 acto 
y 3 cuadros, original de F. Riera, musica de 
los maestros Quislant y Badla. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espaiioles, 1912. 41 p. 12°. 
© May 24, 1912 ; 2c. May 13, 1912 ; D : 29794 : 
Federico Riera, Madrid. 2522 

Aventurier (L'); piece en 4 actes, de A. Capus. 
33 p. (L'lUustration theatrale, no. 166, 17 
decembre 1910) 

© Dec. 17, 1910 : 2c. Jan. 7, 1911 ; D : 2.3032 : 
Alfred Capus, Paris. 2522a 

^ See also Theatre complet; de Alfred Capus. 

Avenue billows; an American comedy, by L. 
Mowry. 

© Lincoln Mowrv, Woonsocket, R. I. ; 1890 : 
15626, May 12. 2523 

Avenue (The) house; an original farce comedy 
in 4 acts, by S. Marble. 

© Scott Marble, Chicago; 1884:14931, Julv 
22. 2524 

Average (The); play in 1 act, by J. A. Haugh- 
ton. [2], 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1912 ; D : 30551 ; John Alan 
Haughton, Baltimore. 2525 



Average (An) man; by William Harlowe 
[pseud, of W. H. Briggs] 150 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© William H. Briggs, New York; D : 11172, 
Aug. 14, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 14, 1907. 2526 

play in 4 acts, by R. G. Jones. 117 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1913; D : 35361 ; Russell 
Gwilym Jones, Chicago. 2527 

Aveugle (L'); drama en 2 actes et prologue, par 
H. Durant. 

© Heloise Durant, United States; 1884: 
8581, Apr. 24. ^ 2528 

Aveugle (L') et le paralytique; par Ernest 
Pont. 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1912 ; D : 29996 ; Gaumont co.. 
New York. 2529 

Aviator (The); by J. Dunne. 4 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1910 ; D : 20038 ; John Dunne, 
Staten Island, N. Y. 2530 

comedy in 3 acts, by J. Montgomery. 80 p. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1910 ; D : 20570 ; James Mont- 
gomery, New York. 2531 

Aviator (An) and autoist's race for a bride; 
dramatic sketch in 1 act, by Frank B. Coigne. 
5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1912; D : 28514 ; Champion 
film CO., New York, 2532 

Aviator (The) and the mechanician; by P. H. 
Fanning. [17] p. f°. Ms. 

© 1 c. July 25, 1911 ; D : 24769 ; Phineas H. 
Fanning, Brooklyn. 2533 

Aviators (The), a flight of fancy; comic opera, 
in 2 acts, book and lyrics by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton and H. T. Bunce, music by Everett J. 
Evans. 70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 18, 1909 ; D : 17742 ; E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington and Harry T. Bunce, New York. 2534 

Avoca; or. The meeting of the waters, an Irish 
drama by F. G. Maeder, 

© Frederick G. Maeder, New York; 1874: 
12360, Oct. 2. 2535 

Avocat (L') des dames; ou, Le voyage a Lyon, 
vaudeville in 3 actes, par Henry Moreau et 
Marc Sonal [pseud, de Georges Lanos] Paris, 
C. Joubert. 122 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 22, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1913 ; D : 35205 ; 
Joubert, Paris. 2536 

Avocat (L') des gueux; drame en 5 actes et 7 
tableaux, tire du roman du Petit Parisien, par 
J. Mary et E. Rochard. Paris, P. V. Stock. 
197 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 4, 1913 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1913 ; D : 31848 ; 
Jules Marv & Emile Rochard, Paris. 2537 



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2538 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



2556 



Avondale (The) disaster; or, Life in the mines, 
a drama in 5 acts, by P. Garvey and D. C. 
Liindy. 

© P. Garvey and D. C. Luudy, Scranton. 
Pa. ; 1874 : 13369, Oct. 29. 2538 

Avunculitis; farce in 1 act by W. Stag. [1], 
13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 19, 1913; D: 35389; William 
Stag, London. 2539 

Awahna; libretto for grand opera in 3 acts, by 
J. W. Dean. [23] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 29, 1918; D : 35049 ; Janet Wil- 
liams Dean, Corona, Gal. 2540 

pageant opera, by J. [O.] W. Dean. [23] p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1912; D: 30216; Janet Wil- 
liams Dean, Pacific Beach, Cal. 2541 

Awakened; drama in 4 acts, by E. Hennessy. 
52 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

I© Ic. June 11, 1915: D: 40912; Earl Hen- 
nessy, Chicago. 2541a 

a play, by L. B. Parker. Typewritten. 

© Lottie Blair Parker, Thomaston, N. Y. ; 
D : 124, Feb. 7, 1901 ; 2c. Feb. 7, 1901. 2542 

Awakened (The) Rameses; college opera, by J. 
Hiidnut, music by Julius Wuertlmer. Ann Ar- 
bor, The Michigan union. 77 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 13, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 22, 1911 ; D : 28063 ; 
Joseph Hudnut, Ann Arbor. 2543 

Awakened (The) soul; drama in 5 acts, by C. 
Romaine. 38 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1915; D: 40475; Cora Ro- 
maine, New York. 2543a 

Awakening (The); comedy drama in 1 act, by 
B, W. Cortis. [1], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23, 1914 ; D : 36816 ; Ernest W. 
Cortis, East Orange, N. J. 2543b 

comedy in 3 acts, tr. from the German by 

H. B. Boas. [102] p. 4". Ms. 

© Ic. June 30, 1914; D: 37430; Harriet 
Betty Boas, New York. 2543c 



— drama in 4 acts, by Charles S. Ritchel. 
[2] 37 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 17, 1912; D: 29980; H. C. 
Thomas, Kokomo, Ind. 2544 

drama of the underworld in 4 acts, by F. 



Whitcomb. 45 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 13, 1915 ; D : 40343 ; Frank Whit- 
comb, Atlantic, la. 2544a 

1 act play, by F. W. Carr. [20] p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1912; D: 31799; Frederick 
W. Carr, Cincinnati. 2545 



Awakening (The) — Continued. 

— 1 act play, H. Starr. 10 p. f. Tyiie- 

written. 
© Ic. Jan. 25, 1910; D: 20016; Helen Starr, 

New York. 2546 

a play in 4 acts, by C. Haddon Chamliers. 



Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1903. xi, 160 p. 
12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 2805, 
Jan. 3, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 24, 1903. 2547 

— by F. Allen. 62 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1911; D : 22989 ; Frederick 
Allen, Chicago. 2548 

— play in 1 act, by B. L. Cohn. [10] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1911; D: 24078; Bernard L. 

Cohn, Memphis, Tenn. 2549 

by E. A. Waugh. [3] p. f°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Nov. 21, 1912; D: 31440; Elmer A. 
Waugh, Seattle. 2550 

■by N. Phillips. [2], 12 p. 4". Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1914; D: 36581; Norman De 
Witt Phillips, Stockton, Cal. 2550a 

a play in 3 acts, by Harriet Ford and B. 



De Mille. 

© Beatrice De Mille, United States; 1899: 
72018, Nov. 3. 2551 

Same. 

© Harriet Ford and Beatrice De Mille, 

Pompton, N. J. ; 1899 : 81582, Dec. 16. 2552 

by Stephen Wright. [2], 183 p. 4°. 

Typewritten, 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1913,; D: 34155; Nathaniel 
Wright Stephenson, Charleston, S. C. 2553 

play of western life in 1 act, by P. B. Sipe. 



24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1911; D: 25250; Paul B. 
Sipe, Pittsburgh. 2554 

— playlet, by L. C. Broun. 16 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 15, 1915; D: 41242; Louise Car- 
ter Broun, Toronto, Canada. 2554a 

— Russian drama of the future in 3 act.s, by 



E. W. Saenger. [77] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 20, 1913; D: 34359; Eleanore 
Welles Saenger, New York. 2555 

— tragedy in 4 acts and a prologue, bj' 1j. 
D'Anna. 41 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10, 1909 ; D : 17329 ; Lorenzo 
D'Anna, Cleveland. 2556 

— tragedy in 3 acts, by James A. Ross. 23 p. 
4°. Ms. 

© Ic. May 13, 1915 ; D : 40638 ; W. O. Camp- 
bell, Los Angeles. 2556a 



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,2557 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



2577 



Awakening (The) — Contiuued. 

or, Her wedding- eve, by L. W. Listei* and 

T. N. Heffrou. S p. t". Typewritten. 

© Lydia Warren Lister and T. N. Heffron, 
San Francisco; D : 13053, May 25, 1908; 2c. 
May 25, 1908. 2557 

or, The casting aside of past vagaries, by 

G. Glen. 

© Gloria Glen, Whitewater, Wis. ; D : 15520, 
Apr. 2, 1909. 2558 
See also Sins (The) of the fathers. 



Awakening (The) of Annie Average; play in 
prologue :ind 3 acts, by K Bliss. [28] p. f". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19, 1913 ; D : 33537 : Edith Bliss, 
Jackson, Mich. 2559 

Awakening (The) of Barbizon. .See Dispensa- 
tion (The) 

Awakening of Cleo; novelty playlet, by B. F, 
Loring. 8 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© ic. Apr. 21, 1910; D: 20858: Ben F. Lor- 
ing, Dorchester, Mass. 2560 

Awakening (The) of Egypt; a pantomime, by 
A. L. IJnton. -i p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Anita Lawrence Linton, Denver ; D : 12448, 
Feb. 28, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 29, 1908. 2561 

Awakening of Galatea; illustrated romantic 
statue scene from play Pygmalion and Galatea, 
by H. M. Schuster. New York, E. S. Werner 
& CO. [1906] 16 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D:9442, 
Nov. 15, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 22, 1906. 2562 

Awakening (The) of Helena Ritchie; a play in 
4 acts, from a novel of the same name by M. 
Deland, dramatized by C. Thompson. New 
York, Alice Kauser, 1908. 88 p. 12°. 

© Margaret Deland and Charlotte Thomp- 
son, New York: D : 12378, Feb. 18, 1908; 2c. 
Feb. 20, 1908. 2563 

Awakening (The) of John Slater; 
drama in 3 acts, by C. F. Harrison. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 11, 1914; D: 38094; Chas. F. 
Harrison, McKinney, Tex. 2563a 

Awakening (The) of Letty; comedy drama in 
4 acts, by B. Barchus. [3], 38 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1912 ; D : 28761 ; Belle 
Barchus, Blue Island, 111. 2564 

Awakening (The) of Marietta; by G. S. Dunkin, 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Gertrude Scott Dunkin, New York; D: 

2295, Sept. 3, 1902; 2c. Sept. 3, 1902. 2565 

Awakening (The) of Minerva; or, A modern 

miracle, by C. Gillingwater and Edward Frei- 

berger. 36 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16233 ; Claude Gil- 
lingwater, New York. 2566 



comedy 
[38] p. 



Awakening (The) of Pipp; in 1 act, by C. B. 
Grapewin. Typewritten. 

© Charles Ellsworth Grapewin, New York ; 
1900 A : 30306, Dec. 15 ; 2c. Nov. 23. 2567 

Awakening (The) of spring; masque, by C. 
Nicholson. 22 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1915; D : 39839; Clarke Nich- 
olson, Minneapolis, Minn. 2567a 

a tragedy of childhood, by Frank Wede- 

kind, tr. from the German by Francis J. 
Ziegler. 

© Brown bros., Philadelphia ; D : 15831, May 
3, 1909. ^ 2568 

Same. Philadelphia, Brown brothers, 1910. 

xvii p., 2 1.. 23-161 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 14, 1910; 2c. Nov. 19, 1910; D: 
22737; Brown bros., Philadelphia. 2569 

Awakening (The) of the models; musical-com- 
edy vaudeville sketch, book and lyrics by M. 
Harcourt, music by Alfred Soudheimer. [3], 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1912; D: 31109; M. Harcourt, 
New York. 2570 

Awakening (The) of the mummy; play in 1 
act, by A. B. Fitch. 10 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 23, 1910; D: 22952; Annie B. 
Fitch & CO., Chicago. 2571 

Awakening (The) of the Teddy bears; by E. C. 
Jara. 60 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Elise Camille Jara, San Francisco ; D : 
14560, Dec. 17, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 17, 1908. 2572 

Awakening (The) of the toys. 5 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Spencer, Boone & Mitchell, New York ; 
D : 14870, Jan. 14, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 14, 1909. 

2573 

Awakening (The) of Theophile Duroy; dra- 
matic sketch in 1 act, by J. U. Giesy. 29 p. 
r. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1913 ; D : 35460 ; J. U. Giesv, 
Salt Lake City. 2574 

Awakening (The) soul. See Scarab (Thp) 

Away down South. See Grit. 

Away frora home; comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
F. Engel. [52] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1911 ; D : 25166 ; Frank Engel. 
Kenosha, Wis. 2575 

by F. Summerfield. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fred Summerfield, New York ; D : 3580. 
June S, 1903 ; 2c. June 8, 1903. 2576 



— play of New York life in 3 acts, by Herman 
Lewis and Roland Wallace. 64 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 4, 1911; D: 24855; Louis H. 
Wolf and Wallace Schambs, Cleveland. 2577 



121 



2578 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



2600 



Away in the open; by E. Alderson. 59 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

I© Erville Alderson, Kansas City, INIo. ; D : 
10079, Mar. 5, 1907; 2c. Mar. 5, 1907; Ic. rev. 
ed. Apr. 11, 1907 ; Ic. rev. ed. Dec. 30, 1907. 

2578 

Awful afternoon at Cohen's; farce iu 1 act, by 
F. Sullivan. 13 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Francis Sullivan, Chicago ; D : 2725, Dec. 
16, 1902 ; Ic. Dec. 16, 1902. 2579 

Awful (An) bump; vaudeville sketch in 1 act. 
by Eugene Telh 2 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 26, 1912 ; D : 30135 ; Joseph Mer- 
rick, New York. 2580 

Awful (An) dad. See Incurable. 

Awful (The) life of a lawful wife; a comedy in 
3 acts, by C. A. Williams. 

© Charles Alf. Williams, Cincinnati ; 1898 : 
29933, May 14. 2581 

Awful (An) mix up; a farce comedy, by Junie 
McCree. t". Typewritten. 

© Jobn H. Conroy and Chas. M. McDonald, 
Ozone Park, N. Y. ; D : 2779, Dec. 29, 1902; 
2c. Dec. 29, 1902. 2582 

Awful (An) nig-ht; a farce in 1 act, adapted 
from the French by E. Melville. 

© Eugenie Melville, San Francisco ; 1897 : 
22829, Apr. 12. 2583 

Awfully bashful; comedy in 3 acts, from tbe 
German, by J. N. Long and H. B. Warner. 

© J. N. Long and H. B. Warner, United 
States ; 1880 : 17502, Nov. 17. 2584 

Awkward (An) squad; a sketch in 1 scene, by 
R. M. Baker. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1899: 
9176, Jan. 30; 2c. Feb. 27. 2585 

Axel and Valborg-; an historical tragedy in 5 
acts, tr. from the Danish and German of Adam 
Oehlenschliiger, by Frederick Strange Kolle. 
New York, The Grafton press [1906] 129 p. 
12". 

© Grafton press, New York ; D : 7941, Jan. 
27, 1906; 2c. Jan. 27, 1906. 2586 

Axin' her father; a negro farce in 1 act, by O. 

E. Young. Chicago, T. S. Denison. 11 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 966, Oct. 16, 

1901; 2c. Nov. 15, 1901. 2587 

Axiom (The); by E. W. Fordyce. 8 p. 4°. 
Tj-pewritten. 

© E. W. Foi'dvce, Birmingham, Ala. ; D : 
8228, Mar. 24, 1906; Ic. Mar. 16, 1906; ]c. 
Apr. 6, 1906. 2588 

Aye yust yump my yob; by W. Lester, 45 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Winfleld Lester, New York ; D : 1707, Apr. 
8, 1902 ; 2c. May 31, 1902. 2589 



Ayesha; a spectacular dramatization in 5 acts 
of H. Kider Haggard's She, by J. M. Hawley. 

© Jos. M. Hawley, Philadelphia; 1887: 
13649, May 24 ; 2c. June 24. 2590 

Same. 

© Joseph M, Hawley, Philadelphia; 1887: 
16240, June 24. 2591 

Aylmer's secret; a play in 3 scenes, by Stephen 
• Phillips. 22 y. 4". Typewritten. 

© Otho Stuart, London; D : 6930, July 10. 
1905 ; 2c. July 10, 1905. 2592 

Aymeric and Yvonne; mediaeval romance in 4 
acts, by A. Winspeare. 105 p. f° Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1915; D: 39716; Anthony 
Winspeare, London. 2592a 

Ayudante (El) del duque; opereta en 1 acto y 
2 cuadros, original de Fernando Gillis y 
Augusto Vivero, mfisica de los maestros D. 
Julio Breton y Aroca. Madrid, Sociedad de 
autores espanoles, 1914. 48 p. 12". 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38245 ; F. Gillis y A. Vivero, Madrid. 2592b 

Az utolso csok. See Utolso csok. 

Azalea; a society drama iu 5 acts, by E. F. 
Bishop. 

© Eleanor Fletcher Bishop, United States; 
1884 : 15407, July 28. 2593 

Same, 

© Eleanor Fletcher Bishop, New York; 
1884 : 17139, Aug. 25. 2594 

Azalia; a comedy iu 2 acts, by J. E. Kennedy. 
© John E. Kennedy, Jackson, Mich.; 1885: 
23397, Nov. 7. 2595 

Azara; lyric drama in 3 acts, by J. K. Paine. 

© John Knowles Paine, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
1896 : 60976, Nov. 6. 2596 

oper iu 3 acten, dichtung und musik von J. 

K. Paine, deutsche bearbeitung von Carl 
Pflueger. 

© John Knowles Paine, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
1899 : 31846, May 11 ; 2c. Apr. 17. 2597 

Azrael; tragedy in 3 acts, by L, Kupperman. 
New York, Rudolf Raskin. 54 p. 4°. 



♦IJ^^oiysip 



© Dec. 28, 1910 : 2c. Dec. 22, 1910 ; D : 22897 ; 
Leon Kupperman, New York. 2598 
or. The magic charm, a spectacular panto- 
mime, by F. H. Norton and J. C. Foster. 

© James V. Taylor and William B. De 
Verna, New York ; 1873 : 4662, Apr. 29. 2599 

Aztec (The) maid; a sketch, by L. Lonergan. 
16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lester Lonergan, New York ; D : 14016, 
Oct. 9, 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 5, 1908. 2600 



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2620 



Aztec (The) tragedy; a graphic suggestion, by 
]Morris Kroskop. 

© Morris Krosliop, Broolilyn ; D : 792, Aug. 
23, 1901. 2601 

Aztecs (The); a comic opera iu 4 acts; libretto 
by W. Packard, music by F. F. Bullard. Type- 
written. 

© Fred. Field Bullard and Winthrop Pack- 
ard, Boston; 1894:28669, July 9; 2c. Apr. 4, 
1895. 2602 

comic opera iu 3 acts, words and music by 

P. Eaton. 

© Paul Eaton, Washington ; 1889 : 27719, 
Sept. 11 ; 2c. Jan. 12, 1894. 2603 

Azul y roja; comedia en 1 acto, dividido en 2 
cuadros, en prosa, original del M. Corral y 
Maira y J. Sanchez-Gonzalez. Madrid [So- 
ciedad de autores espafioles] 1909. 44 p. 12°. 
© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16905; Manuel Corral y Maria y Jose Sstnchez- 
Gonzalez, Madrid. 2604 

Azure (The) isle; libretto in 3 acts; book and 
lyrics, by R. S. Albee. [47] p. t°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1914; D : 37786 ; Regina S. 
Albee, Los Angeles. 2604a 

Azurette; a comic opera in 3 acts, by G. M. 
Vickers. 

© Geo. M. Vickers, Philadelphia; 1886: 
15546, July 8. 2605 

Azurine; or, Air, earth and water, a grand 
romantic fairy spectacle, by I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1874:10511. 
Aug. 8. 2606 

Azzaza, the mountain girl; pioneer drama in 3 
acts portraying life in the mound country, by 
D. A. Reynolds. [4], 74 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1914; D: 37121; D. A. Rey- 
nolds. New York. 2606a 

B. H. S. (Bald head society); comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. Rogasey. 

© Louis Rogasey, New York; 1893:29513, 
June 21. 2607 

B. Low Zero; a musical play in 2 acts by A. N. 
C. Fowler. 53 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© A. N. C. Fowler, Glens Falls, N. Y. ; D : 
3274, Apr. 11, 1903; 2c. Apr. 11, 1903. 2608 

B. 0. 0. Z. Y. (Beneficent order of zealous ya- 
hoos); or, A coon in the lodge room, an origi- 
nal burlesque in 3 acts, by G. B. Donavin. 

© Geo. B. Donavin, Delaware, O. ; 1890: 
3457. Jan. 27 ; 2c. Mar. 6. 2609 

B. Sharpe; book and lyrics by Edward Bennett 
and George V. Hobart, music bv Ludwig 
Englilnder. 8°. Typewritten. 

© E. B. Marks, New York ; D : 3092, Mar. 5, 
1903; 2c. Mar. 5, 1903. 2610 



B. T. Weed's prison life and escape; by W. 

Smith. 

© Walton Smith, Buffalo ; 1876 : 1590, Feb. 5. 

2611 

Bab; an original drama in 3 acts, by F. Marsden 
(W. A. Sliver) 

© Fred Marsden, New York; 1881:11593. 
July 27. 2612 

Baba; an entirely new and original extravaganza 
in prologue and 3 acts. New York, 1876. 

© Benson Sherwood, W. E. Devema, and 
John A. Mack, United States ; 1876 : 8323, Julv 
28; 2c. Aug. 3. ' 2613 

or, The brazen casket, a serio-comic spec- 



tacular extravaganza in 4 acts and 19 tab- 
leaux, by J. De Marsen and W. E. De Verna. 
© Julien De Marsen and W. E. De Verna. 
New York; 1876:3071, Mar. 11. 2614 

Babbette; a study in laughtejr in 1 act, by E. H. 
Sterling. [2], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1913; D: 32301; Edward 
Hamilton Sterling, Trenton, N. J. 2615 

Babblers (The); a comedy of bad manners, by 
S. Dark. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Stanley Dark, New York; D : 2923, Jan. 
29, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 29; 1903. 2616 

Babes in the wood; play on divorce in 3 acts, 
by C. C. Cushing. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1914; D: 36488; Catherine 
Chisholm Cushing, New York. 2616a 

a tragic comedy, a story of the Italian Rev- 



olution of 1848, by James De Mille. Boston, 
W. F. Gill and company, 1875. 

© William F. Gill, Boston; 1874:15060, 
Dec. 12; 2c. Jan. 22, 1875. 2617 

See also Injured innocents. — Lost (The) 

twins. — Maid Marian. 

Babes in the woods; automobile scene by R. H. 
Burnside and Lee Shubert. 5 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Lee Shubert and Robert H. Burnside, 
New York ; D : 7363, Oct. 5, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 5, 
1905. 2618 

Babes (The) in Toy land; a musical extrava- 
g;inza in 3 acts, book and lyric by Glen Mac- 
Donough, music by Victor Herbert. 4". Type- 
written. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 35S7. 
June 15, 1903 ; 2c. June 13, 1903. 2619 

Babette; a comic opera in 3 acts, by Harry B. 
Smith, music by Victor Herbert. 81 p. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 4189, 
Nov. 5, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 3, 1903. 2620 



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2620a 



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2643 



Babette — ^Continued. 

play in 1 act, by F. P. Wupperniann. [2], 

8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1914 ; D : 35605 ; Franli Pliilip 
Wuppeimauu, New Yorlv. 2620a 

romantic drama in 4 acts, by Anthony J. 

Lauck. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Anthony J. Lauck, Indianapolis ; D : 4055, 
Oct. 9, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 9, 1903. 2621 

Babette of the net; an operetta in 3 acts, writ- 
ten by S. Day, composed by Harry H. Cowles. 
© Stanton Day, Boston; 1885:25064, Nov. 
30. 2622 

Same. 

© Stanton Day, Boston ; 1886 : 985, Jan. 11. 

2623 

Babies a la carte; comedy sketch, by D. Rogers, 
S. Guard and C. Statzer. [11] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 15, 1911; D: 24487; Dorothy 
Rogers, Sullv Guard and Carl Statzer, New 
York. ' 2624 

Babucha (La) de Mahoma; pasatiempo berebere 
en 1 acto, dividido en 4 cuadros, original de 
Enrique Arroyo y Eugenio Rodriguez-Arias, 
nulsica del maestro Juan Crespo. ^Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espaiioles, 1911. 31 p. 12°. 
© May 26, 1911 ; 2c. May 27, 1911 ; D : 24335. 
Arroyo y Rodi'iguez-Arias, Madrid. 2625 

Baby (The); by D. D. Lloyd. 

© David D. Lloyd, Washington ; 1882 : 12643. 
Aug. 1. 2626 

a comedy in 3 acts, adapted from the 

French comedy of Bebe, by Emile de Najac 
and Alfred Hennequin, by T. B. Macdonough. 

© Thomas B. Macdonough, New York ; 1877 : 
5429, ]May 4. 2627 

a comedy in 3 acts, by M. Auldyn. 3 v. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 28, 1912 ; D : 29824 ; Mable Aul- 
dyn, New York. 2628 

farce comedy in 1 act, by C. Peyton. [13] 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 14, 1910 ; D : 21565 ; Charles Pey- 
ton, Chicago. 2629 

farce in 1 act, by C. C. Washburn. Duluth, 

Minn., Huntley printing co., 1909. 30 p. 16°. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1909 ; D : 17834 ; Claude C. 
Washburn, Duluth, Minn. 2630 

by J. J. Carniol [pseud, of John J. 

Karnlol] [1], 23 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1912 ; D : 31733 ; John J. Car- 
niol, New York. 2631 

1 act play, by J. W. S. Sullivan. 14 p. 4°. 



Baby (The) — Continued. 

an original comedietta in 1 act, by Harry 

O. Osgood. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1898: 

75513, Dec. 24; 2c. Jan. 18, 1899. 2633 

a 3 act comedy, adapted to the English 

stage, by Emile de Najac, and Alfred Henne- 
quin. 

© Thomas B. Macdonough, New York : 
1877 : 3872, Apr. 2. 2634 

twelve minute comedy sketch, by C. C. 

Mantley. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1912; D : 30287 ; C. Clay 
Mantley, New York. 2635 

See also Half hours of vaudeville. 

Baby (The) and the bachelor; drama in 3 acts, 
by J. D. Wright and C. Hendrick. [59] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1914; D: 38706; J. Dunbar 
Wright and Charles Hendrick, New York. 

2635a 

Baby Bluff; a domestic drama in 3 acts, by A. 
Carr and his assistant author. 

© Albert Carr, New York ; 1874 : 11755, Sept. 
17. 2636 

Baby burglar; by A. Roucolle. 12 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 21, 1910; D: 20529; Adrienne 
Roucolle, Denver. 2637 

Baby (The) chase; a farcical comedy in 3 acts 
by F. Bond. 

© Frederick Bond, New York ; D : 575, June 
13, 1901. 2638 

Baby elephant; a farce in 1 act, by J. Crossy. 

© John Crossy, New York; 1872:9855, 
Sept. 12. 2639 

an introductory to the sketch, enabling it 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 23, 1910 ; D : 22907 ; John W. S. 
Sullivan, New York. 2632 



to be done in white face, by C. L. Grim. 

© Christian L. Grim, New York; 1879: 
4848, Apr. 11 ; 2c. Apr. 11. 2640 

• a negro sketch in 2 scenes, by J. C. Stew- 
art [pseud, of John Stewart Crossy] New 
York, R. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
2462, Mar. 16; 2c. Mar. 20. 2641 

Baby (The) from Bagdad; musical comedy in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Stanton Hill, music 
by Charles P. Scott. [3], 39 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© ]c. Feb. 3, 1911; D: 2.3258; Hill & Scott, 
Boston. 2642 

Baby (A) grand; farce in 1 act, by W. H. Post. 
17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Lewis, Brookline, Mass. ; D : 15525, 
Apr. 3, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 3, 1909. 2643 



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2661 



Baby mine; a comedy in 4 acts ; by W. and G. 
M. Noble. 

© Warren and Geo. M. Noble, Gutbrie, Okl. ; 
1897 : 11863, Feb. 18. 2644 

domestic farce in 3 acts, by Margaret Mayo 

[i. e. M. M. Selwyn] iii, 126 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 31, 1910 ; D : 2121 
Mayo Selwyn, New York. 

-a farce comedy witb songs, in 5 acts, writ- 
ten and arr. by J. R. Hald. 

© J. R. Plald, Chicago; 1882 : 12826, Aug. 4. 

2646 

See also Men bebe. 



Margaret 
2645 



Baby (The) of the family; comedy in 3 acts, by 
Lee Arthur. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 23, 1914; D : 37658 ; Sanger & 
Jordan, New York. 2646a 

Baby (The) policy; play in 1 act, by B. W. 
Starkweather. [1], 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 23, 1914 ; D : 37385 ; Bertha Wil- 
kins Starkweather, Santa Maria, Cal. 2646b 

Baby Ruth; a 4 act comedy drama, founded on 
the popular hobbies of the day, by A. G. 

Rogers. 

© A. G, Rogers, Kingston, Mo. ; 1893 : 13858, 
Mar. 20. 2647 

Baby Scott; farcical comedy in 3 acts, Leon O. 
^luniford. Niew York, Dick and Fitzgerald. 
60 p. 12". 

© Jan. 2, 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1914 ; D : 35533 ; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 2647a 

Baby (The) show at Pineville; a musical play 
for childreu, bj' Nettie H. Pelham. Chicago, 
T. S. Denisou [1904] 9 p. 12". 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 5279, July 8. 
1904 ; 2c. Sept. 17, 1904. 2648 

Baby talk; a monologue for female grown-ups, 
by Frank Dumont. New York, London [etc.] 
M. Witmark & sons, 1905. 8 p. 12". 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York : D : 6068, 
Jan. 12, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 12, 1905. 2649 

Babylon; a drama by B. H. Williams. [Chicago, 
G. Garretson & co., 1901] 1 p. 1., 65 p. 12". 

© B. H. Williams, Danielson, Conn.; D: 
1217, Dec. 27, 1901 ; 2c. Dec. 27, 1901. 2650 

a play, the story of the fall of that mighty 

city, by F. W. Fitzpatrick. 

© Francis W. Fitzpatrick, Washington ; D : 
6422, Mar. 29, 1905. 2651 

Baby lone; operette en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, par 
Edouard Adeuis, musique de Rodolphe Berger. 
Paris, Max Eschig. 114 p. 12". 

© June 27, 1914 ; Ic. July 7, 1914 ; D : 37491 ; 
Max Eschig, Paris, 2651a 



Babylons konge; skuespil i 4 akter, [af] Axel 
Manrer. 

© res. under act of Mar. 3, 1905, by H. 
Aschehoug & co., Christiania, Norway; res. 
no. 619 ; Ic. Nov. 9, 1906. 2652 

Baby's adventures. See Gay (A) deceiver. 

Bacchae (The) of Euripides; the text and a tr. 
in English verse, by A. Kerr. Boston, Ginn & 
CO., 1899. 1 p. ]., 127 p. 8". 

© Alexander Kerr, Madison, Wis.; 1899: 
16733, Mar. 4 ; 2c. Apr. 7. 2652a 

Bacchantes (Les); ballet en 2 actes et 3 tab- 
leaux, d'apres Euripide, poem'e de Felix Naquet 
et Alfred Bruneau, musique d' Alfred Bruneau. 
Paris, E. Fasquelle, editeur, 1912, [2], 39 p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 25, 1912 ; 2c. Nov. 16, 1912 ; D : 31400 ; 
Eugene Fasquelle, Paris. 2653 

Bacchus; opera en 4 actes et 7 tableaux, par 
Catulle Mend^s, musique de J. Massenet. 
Paris, Heugel et c'"., 1909. 4 p. 1., 100 p. 12". 

© Heugel & cie., Paris ; D : 15879, May 17. 
1909 ; 2c. May 17, 1909. 2654 

Bachelor (A); 5 act play, by M. J. Bennett. 

© Marian J. Bennett, Detroit; D : 6848, 
June 19, 1905. 2655 



— 1 act sketch in 1 scene, by B. and M. Car- 
penter. 14 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 19, 1910 ; D : 22088 ; Bruce and 
Moreaii Carpenter, Brooklyn. 2656 

— a play, by C. M. Beaumont. 

© Caroline M. Beaumont, St. Paul; 1895: 
54186, Oct. 25. 2657 

[1], 14 p. 



play in 1 act, by P. Halght 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 18, 1913; D : 31996 
Haight, Kansas City, Mo. 



4". 



Parker 
2658 



Bachelor (A) and his last dollar; play in 1 act, 
by Y. V. Miele. 5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 26, 1914 ; D : 37463 ; Yito Victor 
Miele, Suffern, N. Y. 2658a 

Bachelor benedicts; a farce in 3 acts, by Ernst 
Kronshage. 8". Typewritten. 

© Leon Wachsner, Milwaukee ; D : 4137, Oct. 
26, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 16, 1903. 2659 

Bachelor (The) bill. 27 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Jas. W. Fuller, Chicago ; D : 10975, July 
15, 1907 ; 2c. July 15, 1907. 2660 

Bachelor Bill; an Arizona romance, by C. P. 
Coast. f°. Typewritten. 

© Clarence P. Coast, Oil City, Pa. ; D : 10961. 
July 12, 1907 ; 2c. July 12, 1907. 2661 



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2686 



Bachelor Bill's reunion; or, A little child shall 
lead them, comedy-drama in 1 act, by P. John- 
son. [1], 14 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1913; D: 33978; Peter John- 
son, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 2662 

Bachelor bird's romance. 6 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Lucy Nelson Whitfield, New York; D: 
492.5, Apr. 12, 1904 ; 2c. Apr. 12, 1904. 2663 

Bachelor (The) club's baby; play in 1 act, by 
Louise Rand Bascom. Franklin, O., Eldridge 
entertainment house. 15 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 9, 1912 ; D : 31652 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, Franklin, O. 

2664 

Bachelor girl; musical prophecy, by P. R. Kel- 
lar and R. H. Moulton. 46 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1909 ; D : 17059 ; Philip R. Kel- 
lar and Robert H. Moulton, Chicago. 2665 

Same. 120 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Philip R. Kellar and Robert H. Moulton, 
Chicago ; D : 14120, Oct. 22, 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 22. 



1908. 



2666 



Bachelor girls; dramatic composition in 1 act, 
by H. Dozier. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1910; D: 20415; Henry 
Dozier, Tacoma. 2667 

sketch. 

© Florence Scarlett McCall, Hartford; D: 
6752, May 31, 1905. 2668 

or, Liberty hall, an original sketch in 1 

act, by Bob Watt [pseud, of R. W. Smiley]. 

© W. H. Andrews, Philadelphia ; D : 14S76. 

Jan. 22, 1909. 2669 

Bachelor hall; a farcical comedy in 8 acts, by 
R. B. Gale and R. M. Baker. 

© Rachel Baker Gale and Robt. Melville 
Baker, Boston; 1898:226, Jan. 3; 2c. Jan. 5. 

2670 

Bachelor Jack; by George R. Chester and J. H. 
Young. 

© James H. Young, Newport, Ky. ; D : 5.538, 
Sept. 15, 1904. 2671 

Bachelor (The) lamb; a comedy in 3 acts, by G. 
B. McCutcheon. 

© George Barr McCutcheon, Lafayette, 
Ind. ; 1898 : 27354, May 2. 2672 

Bachelor life in New York in the year 1999. 
See Glimpse (A) of the twentieth century. 

Bachelor (The) maids; by Harry L. Newton. 
5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Evelyn Paxton, Chicago ; D : 2718, Dec. 15, 
1902; 2c. Dec. 15, 1902. 2673 



Bachelor (The) maids — Continued. 

by II. O. Towne. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Helen Olcott Towne, Flushing, N. Y. ; D : 
6610, May 1, 1905 ; 2c. May 1, 1905. 2674 

a comedy in 1 act for female characters, by 



Esther B. Tiffany. 

©) Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1897: 
34620, June 9. 2675 

Bachelor maids' reunion; an entertainment in 
1 scene, bv Eleanor Maud Crane. New York, 
Dick & Fi'tzgerald. 28 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 8S27, 
July 12, 1906; 2c. Aug. 10, 1906. 2676 

Bachelor spinster; comedy in 3 acts, by E. C. 
Whitton. 75 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1910 ; D : 20020 ; Ernest Cush- 
man Whitton, Brooklyn. 2677 

Bachelor tax; farce in 4 acts, by S. C. Hinkle. 
77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 26, 1909 ; D : 17203 ; S. Cameron 
Hinkle, Atlantic City. 2678 

Same. 76 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1910; D: 20100; S. Cameron 
Hinkle, Atlantic City. 2679 

Bachelor (A) trapped; play, by R. L. Jenne and 
G. A. Martin. [12] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 12, 1912; D: 28758; Robert L. 
Jenne and George A. Martin, Indianapolis. 

2680 

Bachelor (The) trust; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
C. R. Foster. [4], 61 p. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1912 ; D : 29064 ; Carlton Rus- 
sell Foster, San Francisco. 2681 

Bachelors; a comedy in 4 acts, by Zarmar 
[pseud.] New York. E. L. Hamilton & co., 
1900. 144 p. 16°. 

'© Samuel Alfred Mills, New York ; 1900 A : 
27800, Nov. 10 ; 2c. Nov. 20. 2682 

a play in 4 acts, by M. Birnbaum. 

© Martin Birnbaum, New York ; D : 5926, 
Dec. 19, 1904. 2683 
See also Prince (The) of Bohemia. 

Bachelors ai»d benedicts; by Arthur A. Penn. 
New York. London [etc.] M. Witmark & sons 
[1906] [7] p. 8°. 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York; D: 8443, 
Apr. 28, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 27, 1906. 2684 

Bachelor's baby; comedy farce in 3 acts, by F. 
Wilson. 93 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1909; D: 17516; Francis Wil- 
son, New York. 2685 

a comedy in 4 acts, founded on an old Ger- 
man farce, by Capt. E. Field. 

© Edward Field, New York; 1882:1214 
Jan. 24. 2686 



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2713 



Bachelor's baby— Continued. 

a comedy iu 3 acts, by C. Fletcher. 

I© Coyne Fletcher, Washington ; 1886 : 16759, 
July 22 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1887. 2687 

farce iu 1 act, by Katherine Kavanaugh, 

New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. 12 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 8, 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 8, 1911 ; D : 23874 ; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 2688 

Bachelor's (A) banquet; or, An indigestible 
romance, a farce in 1 act, by Lewis D. Hum- 
phrey. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1899: 
25918, Apr. 13; 2c. May 3. 2689 

Bachelor's (The) cabal and the spinster's 
sorosis; humorous melodrama, by C. A. Poland. 
62 ]). 12°. Printed. 

© Aug. 4, 1913 ; 2c. Sept. 2, 1913 ; D : 34392 ; 
Charles A. Poland, Bourbon, Ind. 2690 

Bachelor's (The) club; by W. A. G. Fox. 

© William A. G. Fox, Philadelphia : D : 9989, 
Feb. 18, 1907. 2691 

by Effie W. Merriman. Chicago, The Dra- 
matic publishing company [1901] 30 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 1023. 
Oct. 28, 1901; 2c. Oct. 28, 1901. 2692 

Bachelor's (The) club climax; comedy farce in 
4 acts, by E. G. O'Connor. 22 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1912; D: 29414; Eflward 
George O'Connor, Lawrence, Mass. 2693 

Bachelors' (The) club room turned into a 
matrimonial altar; a houseful of innocent 
amusement in 2 acts, by J. L. Short. 

© John Latimer Short, Rolla, Mo.; 1899: 
26399, Apr. 15. 2694 

Bachelors' (The) congress; by Griffin Galbraith. 
35 p. 12°. 

© Elmer E. Overholt, Philadelphia ; D : 1109, 
Nov. 19, 1901 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 1901. 2695 

Bachelor's (A) daug'hter; a play in 1 act, by 
A M. Bruner. [16] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 6, 1913; D: 32213; D. McD. 
Bruner, Philadelphia. -2696 

Bachelor's (A) divorce; a comedy in 3 acts, bv 

B. C. Lease. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1895. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1895: 

25874, May 11 ; 2c. July 6. 2697 

Bachelor's (A) dream; by R. Stiles. [4] p. 
16°. Printed. 

© Richard Stiles, Philadelphia ; D : 6468, 
Apr. 6, 1905; 2c. Mar. 27, 1905. 2698 

by E. C. Biinner. 

© Elizabeth C. Bunner, East Oakland, Cal. ; 
1899 ; 58495, Sept. 12. 2699 



Bachelor's (A) dream — Continued. 

comedietta iu 1 act, by L. Vaughn. 

4°. Typewritten. 



[11] p. 



© Ic. Oct. 1, 1913 ; D : 34598 ; Leslie Vaughn, 
New York. 2700 

play, by H. Coleman. [1], 18 p. 4°. Type- 



1913; D: 32293; Leslie 
2702 



written. 

© Ic. Apr. 21, 1913; D : 33007 ; Hamilton 
Coleman, Chicago. 2701 

playette, by L. Vaughn, cover-title, 7 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 12, 
Vaughn, New York. 

Bachelor's (A) elopement; a comedy iu 3 acts, 
by William and Josephine Giles. New York, 
Dick & Fitzgerald, 1913. 46 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 29, 1913 ; 2c. Jan. 31, 1913 ; D : 32264 ; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 2703 

Bachelor's (A) fears; a comedy in 1 act. 

© United press, New York; 1890:30503, 
Oct. 3. 2704 

Bachelor's frolics; a comedy drama in 5 acts, 
by J. Aberle. 

© Jac Aberle. New York ; 1882 : 3344, Mar. 3. 

2705 

Bachelor's (A) holiday; by C. J. Stine. 30 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles J. Stine, New York ; D : 10823, 
June 22, 1907 ; 2c. June 11, 1907. 2706 

a comedy, adapted by C. J. Stine. 

© Charles J. Stine, New York ; 1896 : 60769, 
Nov. 5. 2707 

Bachelor's (A) honeymoon; by K. S. Clark. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Kenneth S. Clark, New York; D : 10915, 

July 5, 1907 ; 2c. June 27, 1907. 2708 

an original farcical comedy, by J. Stapleton. 

© John Stapleton, New York; 1897:42170, 
July 23. 2709 

Bachelor's house cleaning; by M. E. Lynch. 
3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 16, 1910 ; D : 20215 ; Maude Ellen 
Lynch, Sioux City, la. . 2710 

Bachelor's (A) housekeeper; farce in 1 act, by 
U. Akerstrom. [2], 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28, 1912 ; D : 28866 ; Ullie Aker- 
strom, New York. 2711 

Bachelor's (A) last dinner. Typewritten. 

© George Thomas, H. W. Humphreys, M. C. 
Reynolds, F. Edwards, New York; 1900 A: 
11247, May 4; Ic. May 4. 2712 

Bachelor's (The) mistake; comedy in 3 acts, by 
T. Hutton. [6] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Taylor Hutton, Memphis, Tenn. ; D : 8921, 
Aug. 6, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 23, 1906. 2713 



127 



2714 



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2734 



Bachelor's (A) night at home; play in 1 act, by 

J. Nordenshield. [5], 25 p. 4°. Typewritteu. 

© Ic. June 6, 1913; D: 33419; Jeannette 

Nordenshield, New York. 2714 

Bachelor's (A) nightmare; playlet in 1 act, by 
K. Lawless. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ellen Lawless, Cleveland ; D : 15701, Apr. 
9, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1909. 2715 

Bachelors (The) of the angels; comedy of past 
marrying time in 4 acts, by L. H. Mitchell. 4 
V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. IS, 1914; D: 37892; Lebbeus 
Horatio Mitchell, New Yorlc. 2715a 

Bachelor's (The) proposal in 1950; satire of 
the future in 1 act, by J. Driscoll. [1], 20 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1912 ; D : 29492 ; Joseph Dris- 
coll, New York. 2716 

Bachelor's (A) reverie; by J. J. Cluxton. 

© John Joseph Cluxton, Buffalo; D : 207, 
Mar. 12, 1901. 2717 

an entertainment in 1 act, by Grace B. 

Faxon. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1906. 9 p. 
12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D : 8939, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2c. Oct. 16, 1906. 2718 

Bachelor's (A) romance; original play in 4 acts, 
by :Martha Morton. New York, Samuel 
French; London, Samuel French, ltd., 1912. 
84 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 31, 1912 ; 2c. Nov. 1, 1912 ; D : 31303 ; 
Martha Morton Coaheim, New York. 2719 

a play in 4 acts, by M. Morton. 

© Martha Morton, Lake Placid, N. Y. ; 
1896 : 44800, Aug. 6. 2720 

Bachelor's (A) supper; an original comedy in 1 
act, by V. De Noie. Typewritten. 

© Vera De Noie, United States: 1898: 
73307, Dec. 16; 2c. Dec. 16. 2721 

Bachelor's visit; or, John, Tom and Sarah, 
playlet in 1 act, by L. Glick. 7 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 9, 1910; D: 20405; Lelia Glick. 
North Baltimore, O. 2722 

Bachelor's (The) ward; comedy sketch in 1 act, 
by C. A. Lineback. [2], 10 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1912 ; D : 31011 ; Chas. A. Line- 
back, New York. 2723 

Bachelor's (A) wife; farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Anderson and Hartley Carrick. 3 v. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 14, 1913 ; D : 32945 ; Arthur An- 
derson, London. 2724 



Bachelor's (A) wife — Continued. 

^a sketch in 1 act, by R. Jordan. [1], 16 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1913 ; D : 32354 ; Robert Jor- 
dan, Brooklyn. 2725 

Bachelor's will; comedy in 3 acts, by Johannes 
Wiegand, adapted from the German by A. 
von Ende. 89 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1910; D: 20435; Gustav 
Wiegand and Amelia von Ende, New York. 

2726 

Bachelor's (A) yesterdays; by K. Benedict. 

[13] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1910; D : 22027 ; Kingsley 
Benedict, Washington. 2727 

Bachelor's (A) yuletide; a farce in 1 act, by H. 
I. and J. R. McMahon. 

© John R. and Henry I. McMahon. Brook- 
lyn ; 1900 A: 30399, Dec. 17; 2c. Dec. IS. 

2728 



in 1 act, by J. R. McMahon. 

© John R. McMahon, Brooklvn ; D : 5, Jan. 
2, 1901. 2729 

Bachiller (El) Medina; zarzuela en 1 acto, divi- 
dido en 3 cuadros, en verso y prosa, de J. 
Huete y Ord6iiez y E. Carrere, mtisica del 
maestro Mario Breton. Madrid, Sociedad de 
autores espaiioles, 1909. 43 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 : D : 16265 ; 
J. Huete y Ordonez y Emilio Carrere, Madrid. 

2730 

Bacio (II) (Overmastering pride, ruler of the 
soul); an original play in 4 acts. 

© Frederick J. Carlysle, Selma, Ala. ; 1880 : 
17666, Nov. 19; 2c. Nov. 18, 1882. 2731 

Bacio (II) d'una niorta; dramma in 3 atti, di A. 
De Martino, riduzione scenica dal romauzo di 
Carolina Invernizio. 

© Antonio De Mai-tino, New York : D : 14544. 
Dec. 16, 1908. 2732 

Back among the old folks; a New England 
drama in 4 acts. 

© Charles P. Rice, New Haven; 1896: 
17664, Mar. 20. 2733 



-an original domestic comedy drama in 4 

acts, by Charles P. Rice. 66 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© John A. Himmelein, Kellev Island, O. ; 
D : 14902, Jan. 26, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 26, 1909. 

2734 

Back-fire; melodrama in 4 acts, by H. M. Graves. 
[110] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 6, 1914; D: 3.8412; Harry M. 
Graves, New York. 2734a 



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2735 



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2751 



Back from Africa; 1 act play, by E. S. Van Zile. 
8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1910; D: 22486; Edward S. 
Van Zile, New York, 2735 

Back from Cowland; a playlet in 1 act, by Louis 
J. Cella. 14 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© L. J. Cella, New York ; D : 8663, June 11, 
1906 ; 2c. June 11, 190G. 2736 

Back from Europe; by A. S. Gear. 6 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Alouzo S. Gear, New York ; D : 7939, Feb. 
2, 1906 ; 2c. Jan. 26, 1906. 2737 

Back from the grave. See Buried alive. 

Back from the land of the nut; monologue, by 
A. Hoffman. [1], 35 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1914 ; D : 37119 ; Aaron Hoff- 
man, New York. 2737a 

Back from the mines; play in 4 acts, by L. L. P. 
Noble. [50] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 21, 1913; D: 35084; Lydia L. 
Pimenoft' Noble, Maiden, Mass. 2738 

Back from the Philippines; or. Major Kelly's 
cork leg, an Irish farce in 1 act, bv O. E. 
Young. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald [1905] 
26 p. 16°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 6638, 
May 5, 1905 ; 2c. Aug. 9, 1905. 2739 

Back from Tuskegee; by R. E. Barton. 12 p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1910; D: 20573; Ralph E. 
Barton, Detroit. 2740 

Back home; comedy drama in 4 acts, by Ger- 
trude Nelson Andrews. [3], 56 p. t°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 29, 1910 ; D : 21677 ; Fred G. An- 
drews, New York. 2741 

a pastoral comedy, by F. Allen. [1], 13 p. 

4*. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1912; D : 29861 ; Frederick 

Allen, Chicago. 2742 

Back in Jersey. Typewritten. 

© William J. McKiernan, Newark, N. J.; 
1900 A : 11173, May 3 ; 2c. May 3. ^ 2743 

Back (A) number; an original 3 act comedy- 
drama, by E. E. Kidder. 

© Edward E. Kidder, New York; 1893: 
50478, Nov. 13. 2744 

a sketch in 1 act, by R. Jordan. 1 p. 1., 22 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 30, 1914; D: 38724; Robert Jor- 
dan, Brooklyn. 2744a 

Back of beyond; play in 4 acts, by B. F. Scott. 
[1], 75 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 15. 1913; D: 31968; Edith Ful- 
lerton Scott, Brooklyn. 2745 



Back of tlie ballot; woman suffrage farce in 1 
act, by G. Middleton. New York, Samuel 
French; London, Samuel French, ltd. 28 p. 
12°. 

© July 20, 1915 ; 2c. July 22, 1915 ; D : 41292 ; 
George Middleton, New York. 2745a 

Back of the firing line; play in 1 act, by J. 
Weichsel. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 20, 1915 ; D : 40129 ; John Weich- 
sel, New York. 2745b 

Back of the yards; play in 1 act, by K. S. Good- 
man. 44 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1914; D.: 36410; Kenneth 
Sawyer Goodman, Chicago. 2745c 

Same. New York, D. C. Vaughan, 1914. 

44 p., 1 1. 12". 

© Dec. 31, 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 13, 1915 ; D : 39383 ; 
Kenuetb Sawyer Goodman, Chicago. 2745d 

Back taxes. See Man (The) from Missouri. 

Back to Boston; in 1 act, by V. H. Smalley. 17 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1910; D: 22059; Victor H. 
Smalley, New York. 2746 

Back to Broadway; comedy sketch, by A. Mar- 
shall. [2], 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1914 ; D : 37184 ; Abigail Mar- 
shall, New York. 2746a 

Back to Hoetown; a comedy sketch, by L. Grat- 
tan. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lawrence Grattan, Chicago ; D : 9779, Jan. 
11, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 12, 1907. 2747 

Back to Iowa; an operetta, book and lyrics by 
A. Cass Richards, music by F. Harris. 19 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Franklin Harris, New York ; D : 14927, 
Jan. 28, 1909; 2c. Jan. 28, 1909. 2748 

Back to Kokomo. See Stage struck. 

Back to life. See Fahr treihn. 

Back to ol' Ken tuck'; racing episode, by F. Fin- 
ney. [1], 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1914; D: 37545; Frank Fin- 
ney, W^inthrop, Mass. 2748a 

Back to the beast; play in 3 acts, by C. A. Davy. 
[3], 113 p. 4°. Tj'pewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1913 ; D : 33442 ; Catherine A. 
Davy, Chicago. 2749 

Back to the booby-hatch; comedy sketch, by 
Barry Gray. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1910; D: 20694; Ed Hicker, 
Fayette, O. 2750 

Back to the country store; rural entertainment 
in 3 acts, by Ward Macauley. Philadelphia. 
Penn pub. co., 1910. 37 p. 12°. 
© Dec. 10, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 20, 1910 ; D : 22861 ; 



Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 



2751 



5379—15- 



-9 



129 



2752 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



2771 



Back to the faim; a monologue, by Edward Por- 
ter [pseud, of Edw^nrd P. Decliert] 

© Edward P. Dechert, Pliiladelpliia ; D : 611, 
June 25, 1901. 2752 

■a play in 3 acts, by Merline H. Sliumwny. 



[Minneapolis, Minn., Printed by tbe Colwell 
press, 1914] 45 p. illus. 8°. (Bulletin of 
the University of Minnesota. General series 
no. 12, February, 1914 ; Agricultural extension 
division) 

© Feb. 26, 1914; 2c. Mar. 25, 1914; A: 
371056; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

2752a 

Back to the fireside; musical comedv sketch, by 
E. Scott and W. Blake. [2], 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 5, 1914; D: 37228; Winfield 
Blake and Edward Scott, San Francisco. 

2752b 

musical comedy tabloid, by W. E. Scott. 21 

p. f°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Jan. 13, 1914; D:3563S; William Ed- 
ward Scott, San Francisco. 2752c 

Back to the harem; a play in 3 acts, by F. 
Bruegger. [3], 353 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1912; D : 30S77 ; Frederick 
Bruegger, Chicago. 2753 

Back to the old home; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. Coleman. Typewritten. 

© Lottie Coleman, San Francisco; 1895: 
8525, Feb. 8; Ic. June 23, 1S96; 2c. new and 
rev. ed. July 10, 1900. 2754 

Same. New ed. 

© Lotta Day Coleman, San Francisco ; 1900 
A : 19546, Aug. 6. 2755 



a story of New England life in 5 acts, by 

L. D. Coleman. Rev. ed. Typewritten. 

© Lotta Day Coleman, San Francisco; 1898: 
55057, Sept. 19 ; 2c. Sept. 21. 2756 

Back to the soil; play in 4 acts, by J. V. Blake. 
[711 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 11, 1911 ; D : 25989 ; James Vila 
Blake, Chicago. 2757 

Back to the Texas line; a playlet, by W. W. 
Steiner. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter W. Steiner, St. Louis; D: 11241, 
Aug. 27, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 27, 1907. 2758 

Back to the woods; farce in 3 acts, by A. N. C. 
Fowler. [2], 85 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 31, 1913; D: 32151; A. N. C. 
Fowler, New York. 2759 

Back to youth; pantomime, by Kurt Matull. 

© Charles Racine Tyler, New York; D: 
4377, Dec. 11, 1903. 2760 



Backer (The); an original comedy in 3 acts, in- 
troducing original songs and specialties, by 
C. Kent. 

© Charles Kent, Los Angeles, Cal. ; 1894: 
29364, July 13. 2760a 

Backfisch (Der) See Rettungen. 

Backtown spirits; or. Two under the table, 
farce in 1 act, by O. B. Young. 25 p. 12". 

© Nov. 9, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1909 ; D : 17417 ; 
Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. 2761 

Backward child; child and governess farce for 
two females, by H. L. Childe Pemberton, text 
and stage business ed. and rev. by Pauline 
Phelps and Marion Short. New York, E. S. 
Werner & co. [1906] 11 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D:9440, 
Nov. 15. 1906: 2c. Nov. 22. 1906. 2762 

Bacon and greens; an original farcical comedy 
in 3 acts, with original lines, stage directions, 
scenes, characters and music, designed and 
written by J. B. Everham. 

© J. B. Everham, New York; 1885:13460, 
June 19 ; 2c. Aug. 5. 2763 

Bacteriologist (The); an original comedy in 5 
acts, by D. K. Ford. St. Paul, The Samuel 
Carman printing co., 1897. 

I© Daniel K. Ford. St. Paul; 1897:65272. 
Nov. 23; 2c. Dec. 11. 2764 

Bad advice; a comedy in 3 acts, adapted from 
the French by Horace W. Fuller. 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York ; 1888 : 8494, 
March 22; 2c. Aug. 30. 2765 

Bad (A) baby; by W. B. Hene. 

© W. B. Hene, Denver ; 1900 A : 25910, Oct. 
18. 2766 

Bad Bill; a dramatic sketch in 1 act, by F. Liste- 
mann. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fi-anz Listemann, New York; D : 14539, 

Dec. 15, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 15. 1908. 2767 

Bad (The) boy; a serio-comic drama in 4 acts, 

adapted from Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer, Fan- 

chon, and Uncle Tom's cabin, by A. Russell. 

© Ada Russell, New York ; 1887 : 32S30, Dec. 
17. 2768 

or. The image of his pa, a farcical comedy 

in 4 acts, by F. Mower. 

© Fred Mower, Lynn, Mass.; 1884:17278, 
Aug. 27. 2769 

Bad (A) boy and his Teddy bears; musical 
comedy in 3 acts, by C. E. Blaney. cover- 
title, [71] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York; D : 11807, 
Nov. 20, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 26, 1907. 2770 

musical play in 3 acts, by C. E. Blaney. 

47 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles E. Blaney, New York; D: 11372, 
Sept. IS, 1907; 2c. Sept. 18, 1907. 2771 



130 



2771a 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



2795 



Bad boy sketches. See Groceryman (The) and 
Peck's bad boy. — Peck's bad boy and his 
pa. — Peck's bad boy, his pa, and the grocery- 
man. — Peck's bad boy (up to date). 

Bad business; play in 1 act, by M. Pemberton. 
12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© ic. Feb. 4, 1915 ; D : 39579 ; Murdock Pem- 
berton, New York. 2771a 

Bad for Plover; a 1 act comedy, by M. E. Smith. 

© Mary Ellis Smith, Chicago; 1891 : 34(567, 

Sept. 29. 2772 

Bad (A) job; a farce in 1 act, by H. Elliott Mc- 
Bride. Chicago, T. S. Denison, 1ST8. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1878 : 13578, Nov. 
21 ; 2c. Nov. 27. 2773 

Same. Chicago. T. S. Denison [1906] 1 

p. 1., p. 51-64. 12". (Amateur series) 

1© H. Elliott McBride, Coraopolis, Pa., in 
renewal for 14 vrs. from Nov. 21, 1906; D: 
9389, Nov. 5, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 5, 1906. 2774 

Bad (The) joke. See Circus (The) Magda. 

Bad (A) lot; a comedy in 3 acts, by H. Paulton 
and Mostyn Tedde. 

© Harry Paulton, New York; 1890:15383, 
May 9. 2775 

drama in prologue and 3 acts, dramatized 

from Edmund Yates' story, by C. Foster. 

© Charles Foster, New York; 1873:1919, 
Feb. 27. 2776 

or, The dead restored, a drama in 5 acts, 

suggested by Edmund Yates's story, by W. T. 
Dulany. 

© W. T. Dulany and Harry Duffleld, Roch- 
ester, N. Y.; 1873:1874, Feb. 26. 2777 

Bad man from Mexico. 106 p. 4". Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Charles E. Blaney, New York; D : 8246, 
Mar. 29, 1906; 2c. Mar. 29, 1906. 2778 

Bad (The) man of Co-ed court; by P. Chyno- 
weth. 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1911; D: 25090; Phillips 
Chynoweth, Madison, Wis. 2779 

Bad (A) man's wife; by Thos. R. Henry. " 

© Barton & Wiswell, inc.. New York; D: 
14614, Dec. 24, 1908. 2780 

Bad (The) Mr, Good; a comedy, by W. A. White- 
car. 

© Liebler & Miner co., New York; 1897: 
46971, Aug. 21. 2781 

Bad-reise (Die); romantischer schwank in 3 
aufziigen, von W. Negbaur. 121 p. 16°. 
[Printed] 

© Mar. 19, 1910 ; 2c. Apr. 9. 1910 ; D : 20757 ; 
Walter Negbaur, Charlotteubui-g, Germany. 

2782 



Bad (The) shepherds; by J. de Susini and C. 
Byrus, being a translation of the play Les 
mauvais bergers, by Octave Mirbeau. 

© Justus de Susini and Claude Byrns, New 
York; 1897:71289, Dec. 20. 2783 

Bad whiskey; a comic Irish sketch in 1 scene, 
by Sam Rickey and Master Barney, arr. by 
Charles White. New York, R. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
2468, Mar. 16; 2c. Mar. 20. 2784 

Badg'e (The) of red and black. See "Volga. 

Badger (The); play in 1 act, by L. Rising. [2], 
27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 10, 1913; D: 35300; Lawrence 
Rising, New York. 2785 

Badger (The) game; a dramatic sketch in 1 act, 
by C. Gibney. [2], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 12, 1913; D: 32375; Charles Gib- 
ney, Chicago. 2786 

Badger (The) queen; or, A woman's vengeance, 
a sensational melodrama of fast life in New 
York, in 4 acts and 12 scenes, by Henry Bel- 
mar. 4°. Typewritten. 

© H. Belmar. New York ; D : 5511, Sept. 7, 
1904 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1904. 2787 

Badly matched. See Indelible (The) brand. 

Badly mixed; a farce in 1 act, by Bert Rawley. 
Clyde, O., Ames pub. co. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1894:57413, 
Dec. 10; 2c. Dec. 14. 2788 

Badly (The) muddled ball; in 1 act and 2 
scenes, by W. Vincent. 

. © Walter Vincent, New York; 1897:9196, 
Feb. 4. 2789 

Badly sold; a negro act in 1 scene, arr. by 
George H. Goes. Boston, W, H. Baker & co., 
1893. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
42858, Sept. 25 ; 2c. Oct. 20. 2790 

Barenhauter (Der); by Hermann Wette. 

© Albert Ahn, Cologne, Germany; 1897: 
510.30, Sept. 13. 2791 

in 3 akten, von Siegfried Wagner. 

© Max Brockhaus, Leipzig; 1898:66371, 
Nov. 14 ; 2c. Nov. 14. 2792 

in 3 acts, by Siegfried Wagner, authorized 

English tr. by Wm. Ashton Ellis. 

© Max Brockhaus, Leipzig; 1899:76940. 
Nov. 25 ; 2c. Nov. 25. 2793 

Baffled; a comedy, bv D. Potter. 

© David Potter, New York; 1892:47697, 
Nov. 23. 2794 

a drama in 5 acts, by J. A. Eraser, jr. 

© J. A. Eraser, jr., United States; 1884: 
24301, Dec. 8. 2795 



131 



2796 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



2816 



Baffled — Continued. 

a dramatic production, by M. von Golinsliy. 

© Mark von Oolinsliy, Savannah, Ga. ; 



1S90 : 22274, July 12. 



2796 



or, East and West, a drama in 4 acts and 

a prologue, by A. O'Dogberty and J. F. Hall. 

© Archibald O'Dogberty and John F. Hall, 
New York; 1871:11743, Dec. 12. 2797 

See also King Reginald. — Open sesame. — 

That cousin of mine. 

Baffled (A) beauty; drama in 5 tableaux, by T. 
Percy. 

© Townsend Percy, New York; ISSO: 
14396, Sept. 22. 2798 

Bag (The); a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by 
Clouston Hogarth. 

© Isabel Morris and Stanley Felch, New 
York; 1890:28559, Sept. 17. 2799 

Bag (A) of flour; a comedy in 3 acts [by] E. M. 
Favor. 

© Edward M. Favor, Long Branch, N. J. ; 
1SS5 : 10880, May 13. 2800 

Bag (The) of gold. Cleveland, W. C. Aiken & 
CO.. 1876. 

© W. C. Aiken & co., Cleveland ; 1877 : 863, 
Jan. 20 ; 2c. Jan. 20. 2801 

play in 1 act, by O. S. Payne. 7 p. 4". 

T}T)ewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 14, 1915; D : 40351 ; Owen S. 
Payne, New York. 2801a 

Bagatelle; comedie en 3 actes, par P. Hervieu. 
28 p. (L'lllustration theatrale, 9^ annee, 231, 
25 Janvier 1913.) 

© Jan. 25, 1913 ; 2c. Feb. 28, 1913 ; D : 32461 ; 
Paul Hervieu, Paris. 2802 

Bagby versus Bagby; a comedietta in 1 act, by 
F. E. Leupp. 

© Francis E. Leupp, Washington; 1891: 
43107, Dec. 1. 2803 

Same. Philadelphia, The Penn publishing 

company, 1895. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1895 : 39208. 
July 30 ; 2c. July 30. 2804 

Baggage (The) check; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by J. Cohen, under the nom de plume of 
Joseph B. Cook. 

© Joshua Cohen, Detroit ; 1893 : 11396, Mar. 
6. 2805 

a farce-comedy in 3 acts, by C. E. Blaney. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, Columbus, O. ; 1893: 
33072, July 13. 2806 

Baggs, the angel; piny in 4 acts, by B. H. Nadal. 
[59] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 12, 1911 ; D : 23082 ; Bernard Har- 
rison Nadal, New York. 2807 



Baglioni (The); a play in 4 acts, by Henry Lnne 
Eno. New York, Moffat, Yard & co., 1905. 
4 p. 1., 148 p. 12°. 

© Moffat, Yard & co.. New York; D : 7295, 
Sept. 13, 1905; 2c. Oct. 6, 1905. 2808 

a tragedy in 4 acts, by H. L. Eno. New 

York, Priv. print, 1903. 55 p. 12°. 

© Henry Lane Eno, New York ; D : 2799, 
- Jan. 2, 1903; 2c. Feb. 4, 1903. 2809 

Bagnes d' enfants; drante en 4 actes. par A. de 
Lorde et P. Chaine. (L'lllustration theatrale, 
no. 154.) 

© July 2, 1910 ; 2c. July 30, 1910 ; D : 21687 ; 
Andre de Lorde and Pierre Chaine, Paris. 

2810 

Bagpipes; an Irish reel in 3 acts, by R. G. 
Morris. 

© Robert Griffin Morris, New York; 1SS6: 
11186, May 11. 2811 

Baidic recital; ancient banquet scene, by C. M. 
Fox and A. Milligan. [15] p. 4". Type- 
wa-itten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1911; D: 23352; C. Milligan 
Fox and Alice Milligan, New York. 2812 

Baignoire (La); vaudeville en 1 acte, par Henry 
Moreau et Marc Soual [pseud, of Georges 
Lanos] Paris, C. Joubert. 24 p. 8". 

© May 9, 1914 ; Ic. May 18, 1914 ; D : 37049 ; 



Joubert. Paris. 


2812a 


Bailey's best performer; a comedy in 
[by] H. H. Williams. 


3 acts, 


© Harry H. Williams, St. Paul; 
65S51, Oct. 10. 


1899 : 
2813 



Baillonee (La) See Sealed lips. 

Baiser (Le) See Kiss (The) 

Baiser (Le) dans la nuit; piece en 2 actes, de 
M. Level. 10 p. (Supplement gratuit an no. 
2917 du Monde illustre, 22 fevrier 1913) 

© Feb. 22, 1913; 2c. Mar. 31, 1913; D: 
32785; Maurice Level, Paris. 2814 

Baited (The) trap; photo play drama, by K. 
Baggot and F. W. Smith. 4 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic Apr. 7, 1014; D: 36782; King Batrgot 
and Frank W. Smith, New York. 2814a 

Baiting the hook; original play in 3 acts, by A. 
Ross and S. Lewis. [2], 103 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1910 ; D : 22052 ; Aaron Ross 
and Samuel Lewis, New York. 2815 

Bajadere (Die); operette in 2 akten, von Louis 
Taufstein, musik von Martin Knopf. Berlin, 
Harmonie [1911] 41 p. 12°. [Words only] 

© June 10, 1911; 2c. June 10, 1911; D: 
24444; Harmonie-verlag, Berlin. 2816 



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2834 



Bajazzo, armer Bajazzo; sketch, von P. Busch- 
Uhl. 23 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 21, 1915 ; D : 41265 ; Paula Busch- 
Uhl, Berlin. 2816a 

Baker of Bunz; a political satire in 2 acts, by 
F. G. Lnuliam and F. V. Lauliam. 79 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Fritz Garlanrl Lanliam and Frank Valen- 
tyne Lanliam, Weatherford, Tex.; D:8103. 
Mar. 5, 1906; 2c. Mar. 5, 1906. 2817 

Same. 

© Fritz Garland Lanliam and Frank Yalen- 
tvne Lanliam, Weatherford, Tex. ; D : 8631. 
June 4, 1906; 2c. June 4, 1906. 2818 

Baker's (The) daughter; a very mellow-dra- 
mntic society idyl of contemporaneous (12*%) 
interest, not adapted from the original 
Chinese, but perpetrated with malice afore- 
thought upon an innocent community by W. 
H. Phillips. 

© Waldorf H. Phillips, New York; 1880: 
12943, Aug. 23. 2819 

Baker's (A) dozen; original humorous dialogues, 
dramas, and comedies, by George M. Baker. 

© by Emily F. Baker, Wellesley, Mass., as 
widow of the author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 5124, Jan. 23, 1914. Renewal 
entry, Oct. 6, 1899, no. 64757. 2819a 

Baker's patriotic dialogues; for all grades, a 
collection of school dialogues based upon well- 
known and popular incidents of American his- 
tory, by Edward D. Holmes. Boston, Walter 
H. Baker & co., 1911. 73 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 25, 1911; 2c. Apr. 26, 1911; D: 
24058 : Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 2820 

Baker's temperance dialogues; humorous, dra- 
matic and instructive, by George M. Baker. 
116 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston: D: 
14438, Dec. 2, 1908; 2c. Dec. 16, 1908. 2821 

Baking (The) of Mother Goose's pie; a juvenile 
pL^y, by Josephine Van Tassel Bruorton and 
Minnie Alma Coldrick. 

© J. V. T. Bruorton, Bedford, Mass.; D: 
15737, Apr. 1, 1909. 2822 

Bakkarat; ein stiick in 3 aufziigen, von Henry 
Bernstein, fiir die deutsche biihne bearbeitet 
von Rudolph Lothar. Leipzig, Philipp Rec- 
1am, jun. [1908] 84 p. 12°. 

© Emanuel Lederer, New York ; D : 12957, 
May 12, 1908; 2c. May 18, 1908. 2823 

Bal (Un) manque; pi&ce en 1 acte pour jeunes 
filles avec vocabulaire, par Jeanne Charbon- 
nieras. New York, W. R. Jenkins co. 83 p. 
16°. 

© Nov. 14, 1911; 2c. Nov. 18, 1911; D: 
25902; William R. Jenkins cc. New York. 

2824 



Bal (The) marque; a sketch in 1 act, by R. M. 
Skinner and C. J. Campbell. Typewritten. 

© Ralph M. Skinner and Charles J. Camp- 
bell, New York; 1900 A: 25500, Oct. 13; 2c. 
Oct. 13. 2825 

Balance (The); comedy drama in 3 acts, by M. 
L. Van Patten. [110] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1911; D: 25104; Margaret 
Lane Van Patten, Elmhurst, N. Y. 2826 

drama in 4 acts, by H. Lemar. [1], 27 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1912; D: 31061; Henry Lemar, 



Chicago. 



2827 



play in 3 acts, by E. Joseph. [2], 35 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1911; D: 25519; Etelka 
Joseph, New York. 2828 

a 3 act drama of to-day, by H. G. Miller, 

62 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1910; D: 21206; Harry 
Graves Miller, Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 2829 

Balance (The) of power. 50 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© James W. Thompson, Chicago ; D : 6895, 
June 24, 1905 ; 2c. June 24, 1905. 2830 

comedy drama in 3 acts, by I. K. Friedman. 



[109] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1909; D: 16453; Isaac K. 
Friedman, Winnetka, 111. 2831 

Balaustion's adventure. . . See Balaustion's 
Euripides, 

Balaustion's Euripides; a dramatic version of 
Bahiui-tion's adventure and Aristophanes' 
apology, made for the Boston Browning so- 
ciety, by Helen Archibald Clarke. {In Poet 
lore, V. 26, no. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1915; periodical © 
Mar. 13, 1915; 2c. Mar. 15, 1915; B: 332657; 
Poet lore co., Boston) 2831a 

Balboa; drama of Darien, by J. N. Baskett. 
[10], 135 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 28, 1913 ; D : 33081 ; James New- 
ton Baskett, St. Louis. 2832 

or. The discovery of the Pacific, dramatic 



pageant play with an historical background, 
in ^9 scenes, by H. O. Stechhan. 229 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1913; D : 32603 ; H. O. Stech- 
han, Los Angeles. 2833 

dramatic spectacle in 9 scenes, by H. O. 



Stechhan. 129 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1913 ; D : 32047 ; H. O. Stech- 
han, Los Angeles. 2834 

Balboa's prophecy and 400 years later. Se6 
Doomed by the stars. 



133 



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2853 



Balconette (The) scene; by H. W. Phillips. 
© Henry Wallace Phillips niul Wui. B. 
Jones, New York ; 1899 : 10341, Feb. 3. 2835 

Bald (The) eagle; comedy in 1 act, by E. L. Raf- 
ferty. 22 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1915; D: 39576; Ewing L. 
Rafferty, Pittsburgh. 2835a 

Bald Knob tragedy of Taney and Christian 
Counties, Missouri; in 8 acts, by J. J. Bruton, 
J. P. Lee, J. S. Rafferty, W. G. Holland, Geo. 
Preston, J. B. Melton, John Heilgepeth, Joseph 
Kyle, J. W. Bruton, J. F. Eddleman, R. H. 
Vaughan, and T. J. Stotte. 

© J. J. Bruton, J. P. Lee, J. S. RalTerty, 
W. G. Holland, Geo. Preston, J. B. Melton, 
John Hedgepeth, Joseph Kyle, J. W. Bruton, 
J. F. Eddleman, R. H. Vaughan, and T. J. 
Stotte, Sparta, Mo. ; 1887 : 21023, Aug. 16 ; 2c. 
Sept. 1. 2836 

Baldurs tod; deutsches schopfungsmArchen in 
eiuem vorspiel und 4 aufzugen, von Otto 
Steinbach. Leipzig, T. Gerstenberg. 54 p. 
12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. May 7, 1915; D: 
40724 ; Theodor Gerstenberg, Leipzig. 2836a 

Balkan (A) idol; an extravagant political sa- 
tire in 2 acts, by R. D. Scott. [2], 66 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1913; D : 32251 ; Robert D. 
Scott, Lincoln, Neb. 2837 

Balkan princess; new luusical play in 3 acts, 
book by Frederick Lonsdale and Frank Curzon, 
lyrics by Paul A. Rubens and Arthur Wim- 
peris, music by Paul A. Rubens. New York 
and London, Chappell & co., ltd. 24 p. 12^ 

© Feb. 28, 1910 ; 2c. Mar. 1, 1910 ; D : 20319 ; 
Chappell & CO., ltd., London. 2838 

Ball (The) and chain; play in 1 act, by S. 
Cowan. [1], 23 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1914; D: 37510; Sada Cowan, 
New York. 2838a 

Ball bei hof; operette in 3 akten, von Wilhelm 
Sterk, musik von C. M. Ziehrer. Gesangstexte. 
Miinchen, Harmonie [1911] 57 p. 12°. 
[Words only] 

© Nov. 25, 1911; 2c. Nov. 25, 1911; D: 
25856; Harmonie verlag, Munich. 2839 

Ball of the Darkville rifles; by T. P. Sullivan. 

© T. P. Sullivan, United States; 1887 : 2823, 
Feb. 4. 2840 

Ball (The) players; a drama of the green dia- 
mond in 4 acts, by C. F. Mathisou and M. 
Iveagh. 

© Charles F. Mathisou and Magennis 
Iveagh, New York ; 1895 : 16016, Mar, 21. 

2841 



Ball (A) tosser; farcical comedy in 3 acts, by P. 
S. Plunkett. 

© Percy S. Plunkett, Red Bank, N. J. ; 18S6 : 
4321, Feb. 20. 2842 

Ballad of Prudence Dean; a pantomime for 
children in 5 scenes, by E. M. Willard. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison [1904] 8 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 5613, Oct. 6, 

• 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 3, 1904. 2843 

Ballad (The) of Roaring Brook; shadow panto- 
mime, by C. B. Clark. 11, [1] p. 24°. Printed. 
© CarroUe Barber Clark, Pasadena; D: 
13196, May 4, 1908 ; 2c. June 16, 1908. 2844 

Ballagh Na — Mona; or. The rightful heir, an 
Iri^h melodrama in 3 acts, by George T. 
Bryant and John Orford. 

© Charles H. Hoyt, Boston; 1880:19713, 
Dec. 23. 2845 

Ballanygar (The) brogue maker; an Irish 
drama in 4 acts, by M. J. Flanagan. 

© Michael J. Flanagan, Cincinnati; 1884: 

18475, Sept. 12 ; 2c. Sept. 19, 1885. 2846 

Ballascraig; or, The marriage of honor, a ro- 
mantic Irish drama in 4 acts, by F. Rogers. 

© Frank Rogers, New York; 1874:6462, 
May 13. 2847 

Ballast; aerial drama in 2 acts, by H. W. 
Fischer. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 21, 1910; D: 21602; Henry W. 
Fischer, Brooklyn. 2848 

Ballet (The). Sec Valet (The) 

Ballet (The) dancer; a drama in 4 acts, by U. 
Akerstrom. 

© UUie Akerstrom, New York ; 1891 : 38117, 
Oct. 24. 2849 

Ballet (The) girl; a dramatic composition, lyrics 
by Adrian Ross. New York, Boosey & co. 
Typewritten. 

© Enoch & sons, London; 1897:17594, Mar. 
16 ; 2c. Mar. 16 ; 2c. Dec. 22. 2850 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by Rachel 



Lewis. 

© J. F. Palmer, New York; D : 9660, Nov. 
15, 1906. 2851 

— a musical comedy in 2 acts, by E. E. Rice, 

James T. Tanner, Adrian Ross, Carl Kiefert. 

© Edward E. Rice, New York ; 1897 : 56433_, 

Oct. 6. 



2852 



by R. A. Bamet. 



© R. A. Barnet, Dorchester, Mass.; 1897: 
34940, June 11. 2853 

sketch in 1 act, by G. Bloomquest. [18] p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1914; D: 35975; George 
Bloomquest, Minneapolis. 2853a 



134 



.2854 



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2874 



Ballet girl and the bill poster. Typewritten. 
© W. H. Harder, New York; 1897:52403, 
Sept. 20 ; 2c. Sept. 20. 2854 

Ballet (The) girl in pink; vaudeville playlet in 
1 act, by G. Mendelssohn. 12 p. f". Type- 
written. 

© Gorden Louis Mendelssohn, New York; 
D: 8561, May 19, 1906; 2c. May 19, 1906. 2855 

Ballet (The) master; comedy-drama in 1 act, by 
F. F. Schrader. IS p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frederick F. Schrader, New York ; D : 
12554, Mar, 9, 1908; 2c. Mar. 16, 1908. 2856 

— — a musical comedy in 2 acts, by William 
A. Ryan, music by Alfred G. Robyn. 

© William A. Ryan, St. Louis; D : 2250, 

Aug. 18, 1902. 2857 

■ original musical play in 3 acts, book and 

lyrics, by William Ryan. [1], 100 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Aug. 28, 1914 ; D : 37963 ; William A. 
Ryan, St. Louis. 2857a 

Ballet (The) of jewels; a spectacle in 2 tab- 
leaux, written by R. H. Burnside, music by 
Manuel Klein. [2], 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3, 1909, D : 16779 ; R. H. Burn- 
side, New York. 2858 

Ballet of nursery gems; or, Nursery rhyme 
ballet, by I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1887:15089, 
June 10. 2859 

Ballet of sports. See Sporting (The) ballet. 

Ballet of the seven ages; a dramatic and 
musical composition, by I. Kiralty. 

© Imre Kiralfy and Edw. G. Gilmore, New 
York ; 1887 : 7921, Apr. 2. 2860 

Same. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1887:103,53, 
Apr. 18. 2861 

Balloon (The); a new and original farcical 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. H. Darnley and G. 
Manville Fenn. New York, S. French; Lon- 
don, S. French, ltd. 

© Samuel French, New York; 1898:^3013, 
Oct. 27 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1899. 2862 

Balloon (A) trip to the North Pole of a 
Yankee. See Poleaxis. 

Balloon view of our city with moving pano- 
rama beneath car of balloon; comedy in 1 act, 
by F. Dumont. 

© Frank Dumont, New York; 1887:3525, 
Feb. 14. 2863 

Ballot-box (The); an entii'ely new and original 
comedy in 3 acts, by H. H. Winslow. 

© Herbert Hall Winslow, New York ; 1890 : 
27883, Sept. 11. 2864 



Ballot (The) bubble; musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by D. C. Bitler and E. H. Pendleton. [52] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1911; D: 2305S; Don 0. Bitler 
and E. H. Pendleton, Venice, Cal. 2865 

Ballot (The) hunter; suffrage comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Druck. 3 v. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1915; D : 39334 ; Herman 
Druck, New York. 2865a 

Ball's Bluff; or. Bell Berkeley's revenge, a 
military drama in 5 acts, with accompanying 
tableaux, by J. P. Dry. 

© J. P. Dry, Upper Sandusky, O. ; 1882: 
7403, May 6 ; 2c. Oct. 29, 1883. 2866 

Bally-hoo (The). [Synopsis] Typewritten. 

© Rees Thomas Lewis, New York; D: 
4264 ; Nov. 18, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 18, 1903. 2867 

Bally-hoo (The) four; play in 1 act, by S. Je- 
rome. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 12, 1915 ; D : 40413 ; Harry Rus- 
sell Maurer, Columbus, O. 2867a 

Bally-hoo (The) man; comedy dramatic sketch, 
by C. Austin, rev. by Barry Gray. 18 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1913; D: 31862; Carl Austin, 
Philadelphia. 2868 

Balm for a wounded heart. See Mock trial 
of the great kidnapping and breach of 
promise case. 

Balm of Gilead. 

© Charles Belmont Davis, New York; 1900 
A : 8373, Mar. 31. 2869 

Baloonatic; a farce in 1 act, by C. Fulton. 

© Chandos Fulton, New York ; 1873 : 9822, 
Sept. 1. 2870 

Baltasar; a Biblical drama in 4 acts and in 

verse, by Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda, ed. 

with introduction, notes and vocabulary by 

C. Bransby. New York, American book co. 

224 p. 16°. 

© Carlos Bransby, Berkeley, Cal.; A: 

205655, Apr. 30, 1908; 2c. July 30, 1908. 2871 
Balthazar Gerard; or, A soldier of Spain, a 

drama in 4 acts, by A. Wortmann and P. G 

Piatti. [48] p. 8". Printed. 

© Albert Wortmann and Peter G. Piattt, 
New York; D : 4861, Mar. 31, 1904; 2c. Apr. 
29, 1904. 2872 

Baltimore; a dramatization in 4 acts, by G. Mor- 
ton. 

© George Morton, New Orleans ; 1872 : 2838, 

Mar. 23. 2873 

Baltimore's big boom; or. The lights and 

shadows of the sesqui-centennial, a comedy 

drama in 3 acts, by F. Eversmann, jr. 

© Fred Eversmann, jr., Baltimore; 1880: 
15953, Oct. 20. 2874 



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2894 



Balzende (Der) auerhahn; sch.-mspiel in4nkten, 
von lOiiiil Koseuow. Berlin, F. Blocii erbeu, 
1911. 92 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1911 ; D : 25717 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 2875 

Bamabloosa; a South Sea Island comic opera in 
3 acts, libretto by I. O. Hoffman :ind L. D. 
Davis, music by M. Fraucisci. 

1© Ira O. Hoffman, Lewis D. Davis and 
Miloslaw Francisci, Cleveland; 189G : G.5.33, 
Jan. 25. 2876 

Bambo; a satirical farce comedy In 3 acts, by 
J. C. Buchanan. 

© J. C. Buchanan, Dwight, 111.; IS8S: 
3414, Jan. 31. 2877 

Bambo, the king of the tramps; a musical 
farce comedy iu 3 acts, by J. C. Buchanan and 
Harry B. Smith. 

© J. C. Buchanan, Dwight, 111. ; 1888 : 192.^3, 
July 5. 2878 

Bamboosilum. 

© Bernard G. Cowham and Townsend Hay, 
Oshkosh, Wis. ; D : 13132, June 6, 1908. 2879 

Bamboozled; a sketch, by A. V. Gibson. 

© Arthur Vincent Gibson, New York; 1899: 
341G6, May 22 ; 2c. May 22. 2880 

Bamfields (The) in England and the Bam- 
fields in America; a drama in 5 acts, by J. 
T. Boyle. Typewritten. 

© .Tohu Thomas Boyle, St. Paul; 1892: 
25S32, June 20; Ic. June 20. 2881 

Ban-she; a hazard burlesque in 2 weird acts, 
by R. H. Craig. 

© Robert H. Craig, jr.. New York; 1887: 
33694, Dec. 24 ; 2c. Jan. 10, 18SS. 2882 

Banco (El) del retiro; apuntesteatrales tornados 
del Carnet de un periodista, en 1 acto, original 
[del A. M. Viergol, miii^ifa de Calleja. Ma- 
drid [Sociedad de autoi-es espailoles] 1908. 33, 
[2] p. 12°. 

© Antonio M. Viergol, Madrid; D : 14717, 
Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 4, 1909. 2883 

Band-master's (The) sister; drama in 1 act and 
prologue, adapted fj'om the short story of (lUy 
de Maupassant, by R. H. McLaughlin. [17] p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 22, 1913; D: 34548; Robert 
Hugus McLaughlin, Cleveland. 2884 

Banda (La) nueva; zarzuela de costumbres 
valencianas en 1 acto, dividido en 3 cuadros, 
original fde] M. Thous y E. Cerdsl, mfisica de 
los maestros .lose Serrano y Enrique Brfi. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1907. 
41 p. 12°. 

© Maximiliano Thous v Ellas Cerda, 
Madrid; D: 11300, Sept. 5, 1907; 2c. Sept. 6, 
1907. 2885 



Banda (La) rossa. See Lady (The) Guilfort. 

Bandaged eyes; play in 1 act, by C. D. Will- 
son. [2], 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1914 J D: 36S47 ; Corwin Dale 
Willson, Flint, Mich. 2885a 

Banderin (El), de la 4"; zarzuela comica en 1 
acto, dividido en 3 cuadros, en prosa y verso, 

. original de Manuel Fernrindez Palomero, 
mtjsica de los maestros Luis Foglietti y Pas- 
cual Marquina. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espanoles, 1912. 44 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32558 ; 
M. Fernandez Palomero, Madrid. 2886 

Bandit (The); comedy vaudeville sketch, by A. 
Geyer. [2 J, 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1913; D: 32704; Albert 
Geyer, Los Angeles. 2887 

a 1 act Mexican playlet, by E. F. Hawley. 

1 p. 1., G numb. 1. 4°. Printed. 

© Ernest Frederic Hawley, Detroit; D: 
8531, May 12, 1906; Ic. Apr. 18, 1906; Ic. May 
12, 1906. 2888 

Bandit hero; or, Jesse James, the mission out- 
law. 40 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© T. F. Nye, San Francisco ; D : 8141, Mar. 
10, 1906 ; 2c. July 12, 1906. 2889 

Bandit (The) king of Hungary; a melodrama 
by Edward Dorn and Max Ziezer, English 
words by E. E. Schneider, music by Kare 
Kleiber. 

© Edwin Emil Schneider, Hyde Park, O. ; 
D : 466, May 14, 1901. 2890 

Bandits (The) of Death Canyon of the Sierra 
Nevada. See Nevada Kate. 

Bandits (The) of the Rio Grande; or, The fall 
of San Juan Dulloa, a new grand military 
spectacular play in 3 acts, dramatized by A. 
Lawrence and R. Steel. 

© Alexander Lawrence and Robert Steel, 
United States; 1875:1604, Feb. 19. 2891 

Bandit's (The) struggle for a throne. See 
Prince L'Aricia. 

Banditti d'ltalians. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Bellamy Price, St. Paul ; 1900 A : 
5956, Mar. 5; Ic. Mar. 5. 2892 

Bandman (The) and his band; by J. A. Wil- 
son. 5 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 1, 1912; D: 30145; J. Alfred 
Wilson, Chicago. 2893 

Bandoleras (Las); zarzuela en 1 acto y 4 cua- 
dros. original [de] G. Jover y E. G. del Cas- 
tillo, mfisica de TomAs Lopez Torregrosa. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1908. 
37 p. 12°. 

© Gonzales Jover y Emilio G. del Castillo, 
M.Mdrid; D : 13878, Sept. 21, 1908; 2c. Sept. 21, 
1908. 2894 



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2916 



Bang; by D. Kohn and F. Stern. 23 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© David Kohn and Frederick Stern, New- 
ark, N. J.; D: 10359, Apr. 16, 1907; 2e. Apr. 
16, 1907. 2895 

Banjophiends; sketch in 1 act, by C. Grossman. 
[3] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 10, 1911; D : 24181 ; Charles 
Grossman, New York. 2896 

Bank (The) account; by H. F. Brock. (.In Bos- 
ton evening transcript, Saturday, April 4, 
1914.) 

© Apr. 4, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 13, 1914 ; D : 366S9 ; 
Howard Folsom Brock, Cambridge, Mass. 

2896a 

Bank (The) breakers; ventriloquial 1 act 
comedy sketch, by R. Connors. 6 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 18, 1912; D : 30606 ; Ralph Con- 
nors, Chicago. 2897 

Bank (A) burglary; by Val Trainor. 4", Type- 
written. 

© Clifford Valentine Trainor, New York; 
D : 11095, Aug. 1, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 1, 1907. 

2898 

Bank (The) cashier; sensational melodrama in 
4 acts, by W. C. Parker. Chicago, T. S. Deni- 
son [1903] 57 p. 16". 

© Thos. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 3707, July 
11, 1903; 2c. Aug. 3, 1903. 2899 

Bank (A) clerk; the 5 act American drama, by 
John E. Brennan. 

© Mrs. John E. Brennan, New Haven ; 1895 : 
56627, Nov. 8. 2900 

Bank (The) clerks; a dramatic sketch In 1 act, 
by W. Halley. [11] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1913; D : 32192 ; Wm. Halley, 
Sacramento, Cal. 2901 

Bank (The) messenger's dog. See Italian 
(The) convict. 

Bank wrecker; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
Charles Ulrich. 76 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Victor H. Polachek, Chicago; D : 9422, 
Nov. 14, 1906; 2c. Nov. 2, 1906. 2902 

Bank (The) wreckers; a modem American play, 
by F. B. Sankey. 42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frederick Bond Sankey, Pittsburgh; D: 
15959, May 27, 1909 ; Ic. May 20, 1909 ; Ic. May 
27, 1909. 2903 

Banker (The); an original play in 4 acts, by J. 
Schonberg. 

© James Schonberg, New York; 1S90: 

2904 

See Byer's 



16023, May 15. 

Banker (The) and the tramp, 
library of tabloid plays. 



Banker (The) of Oldtown; a drama in 4 acts, 
by C. II. Bates. 4". Typewritten. 

© Claude H. Bates, Roxbury, Mass. ; D : 
3216, Mar. 30, 1903 ; 2c. July 11, 1903. 2905 

Banker (The), the thief and the girl; comedy 
drama of city life, by Timothy Hart. Chi- 
cago, Chicago manuscript co., 1912. 54 p. f. 
Mimeographed. 

© Nov. 12, 1912; 2c. Dec. 11, 1912; D: 
31668; Alex. Byers, Chicago. 2906 

Banker's (The) chance, 

© Joseph Patrick Burke\ New York; D: 
5111, June 1, 1904. 2907 

Banker's (The) child; a 4 act comedy drama, by 
Eunice Fitch. f°. Typewritten. 

© Harry Shannon, Ludington, Mich.; D: 
5266, July 7, 1904 ; 2c. July 7, 1904. 2908 

Banker's (The) clerk; a new melodrama, by 
C. C. Robinson. 

© Charles C. Robinson, New York; 1892: 
28707, June 6. 2909 

Sec also Honor bound. 

Bankers' (The) crime; a melodrama in 5 acts, 
by H. Rosemond. 
© Harry Rosemond, San Francisco; 1892 



43204, Oct. 25. 



2910 



Banker's (The) daughter; or, Lilian's last 
love, a drama in 5 acts and 6 tableaux, by 
B. Howard. 

© Bronson Howard, New York ; 1878 : 
.12917, Nov. 9; 2c. Feb. 25, 1879. 2911 

Same. 57 p. 16°. Printed. 

© Bronson Howard, New York; in renewal 
for 14 vrs. from Nov. 9, 1906: D : 8512, May 10, 
1906; 2c. May 10, 1906. [No secondary title 
on copies] 2912 

See also Old (The) love and the new. 



Banker's (The) dream; a play in a prologue 
and 4 acts, by J. W. Cutshaw. 

© James W. Cutshaw, Chicago; 1900 A: 

23427, Sept. 20. 2913 

Banker's (A) revenge on a wayward son; play 
in 8 acts, by J. D. Foreman. 29 p. f. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 13, 1911 ; D : 23150 ; J. D. Fore- 
man, Alexandria, Ind. 2914 

Banker's (The) son. 

© Al. Phillips, Chicago ; 1880 : 15217, Oct. 6. 

2915 

drama with prologue, 3 acts and 4 scenes. 

© Charles E. Helm, Indianapolis; 18S3: 
5681, Mar. 28. 2916 



137 



2917 



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2937 



Banker's (The) son— Continued. 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by F. E. Grossmann. 

Typewritten. 
© F. E. Grossmann, Albany ; 1S95 : 9041. 

Feb. 18; 2c. Mar. 11. 2917 

a play in 5 acts, by P. S. M, Mnnro. 

© P. S. M. Miinro, New York; 1884:3089, 
Feb. 12. 2918 

Banker's (The) wife; drama in 3 acts, by W. C. 
Herman, re-written version of Tliieves in the 
nisht. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 1913. 
[64] p. f. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. Sept. 2, 1914; D:3S038; Alexander 
Byers. Chicago. 2918a 

Bankier (Der); amerikanisches volks-schauspiel 
in 5 aufziigen, von B. Laufer. Buffalo, N. Y., 
1901. 54 p. 16°. 

© Bernhardt Laufer, Bufealo ; D : 115, Feb. 
5, 1901 ; 2c. July 27, 1901. 2919 

See also Wealth and poverty. 

Banking (A) episode; a drama in 3 acts, by A. 
Sterling. 123 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ada Sterling, New York; D : 12507, Mar. 
7, 1908 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1908. 2920 

Bankrupt (The) 45 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Samuel Silverburg, Brooklyn; D : 2481, 
Oct. 22, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1902. 2921 

drama in 5 acts, by Bjornstjerne Bjornson, 

authorized English version, by S. Baxter. 

© Sylvester Baxter, Boston ; 1881 : 936, Jan. 
17. 2922 

a drama in 4 acts, adapted from the Ger- 
man, with new situations, scenes, and dia- 
logue, by J. H. Connelly. 

© J. H. Connelly, New York; 1877:11774, 
Oct. 12. 2923 

- a modern American play in 4 acts, by S. 



Silverburg. 39 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Samuel Silverburg, Nutley, N. J.; D: 
14896, Jan. 25, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 25, 1009. 2924 

■play in 3 acts, by S. L. Simpson. [2], 74 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1914; D: 37025; Simon L. 

Simpson, New York. 2924a 

(En fallit); domestic drama in 4 acts, by 



Bjornstjerne Bjornson. 

© H. G. Petersen, Boston ; 18S6 : 22201, Oct. 
4. 2925 

Bankruptcy; a play in 5 acts, by E. Wells. 

© E. Wells, Boston ; 1879 : 14646, Nov. 1. 

2926 

Bankrupt's (The) daug'hter cast on the world; 
a drama in 4 acts, by E. Jones. 

© Emma Jones, New York ; 1875 : 2448, 
Mar. 16. 2927 



Bank's (The) half million; drama in 1 act, by 
Paul Armstroug. 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1915; D: 39484; Paul Arm- 
strong CO., New York. 2927a 

Banks (The) of Shannon river; 3 net Irish 
comedy, by H. M. D'Orsay. 51 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic.Mar. 10, 1915; D: 40208; Harriet M. 
D'Orsay, San Francisco. 2927b 

Bannermann; schauspiel in 3 aufziigen, von 
Otto Ernst [pseud, of Otto Ernst Schmidt] 
New York, E. Lederer, 1904. 154 p. 12". 

© Emanuel Ledei-er, New York ; D : 5587, 
Oct. 1, 1904; 2c. Oct. 26, 1904. 2928 

Banquet at the club; in 3 scenes, by J. Gorman. 

© James Gorman, United States; 1884: 

23937, Dec. 3. 2929 

Banquet of Palacios; a comedy, by C. L. Moore. 

© Charles Leonard Moore, Philadelphia; 

1889:20632, Sept. 30; 2c. Oct. 7. 2930 

Banquier (I»e) des voleurs. See Robbers' 
(The) banker. 

Banshee (The) 

© Margaret R. Mahoney, Chicago; 1895: 
7830, Feb. 4. 2931 

a comedy drama in 4 acts, by E. Best. 

© Eva Best, Dayton, O. ; 1889 : 15166, May 
20. 2932 

a drama of Irish life, by P. J. Higgins. 

© P. J. Higgins, Wilkes Barre, Pa.; 1894: 
17207, Mar. 28. 2933 

or, A dead man's hand. 

© James P. Thornton, Alton, 111.; 1896: 
22914, Apr. 13. 2934 

or. The four leaved shamrock, an Irish 



legendary spectacular play, by J. S. I>an- 
grishe and Thomas C. Houghton (T. Charles 
Howard) 

© John S. Langrishe and T. C. Houghton. 
United States; 1873:13167. Nov. 12. 2935 
See also winsome Bessie! 



Banshee (The) of Bathurst hall. See Old 
Dominion. 

Banshee (The) of Tena; 3 act Irish drama, by 
F. C. Rafter. 44 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2.5, 1913; D: 32080; Frederic C. 
Rafter, Boston. 2936 

Banshee's (The) dirg'e. See Eugenie. 

Banyasz (Egy) tragediaja (A miner's trag- 
edy); csaladi dnima a magyar munkiis eletbol 
Amerikribau. egy felvomlsban irta es szinre 
rendezte. Sporer Pal. Chicago, Sporer Pal. 
13 p. 24°. 

© Nov. 15. 1911; 2c. Jan. 27, 1912; D: 
28625; Paul Sporer, Chicago. 2937 



138 



2938 



COPYRIGHTED IN" THE UNITED STATES 



2959 



Baptism (The); a play in 4 acts, by G. J. 
Smith. 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Geo. Jay Smith, New York; 0:13909, 
Oct. 7, IDOS; 2c. Oct. 7, 1908. 2938 

Baptista Reynard; or, A mother's devotion, 
founded on the novel of Rose Michel, a ro- 
mantic drama, adapted to the American stage, 
by J. S. Houghton. 

© J. S. Houghton, Philadelphia ; 1876 : 1313. 
Jan. 29. 2939 

Baptiste Guillard, tlie chief of the ten; a se- 
rio-comic drama in 4 acts, tr. from the 
French, by Signor Canito. 

© Signor Conito, United States ; 1873 : 
1866, Feb. 25. 2940 

Bar (Tlie) boy and the rounder; a vaudeville 
skit, by C. Drown. Typewritten. 

© Clarence Drown, Valparaiso, Ind. : D: 
513, JMay 27, 1901 ; 2c. May 27, 1901. 2941 

Bar Harbor; or, "Way down in Maine, sensa- 
tional comedy dr.ima in 4 acts, by Henry Bel- 
mar. Typewritten. 

© Cornelius J. W. Roe, New York ; D : 658. 
July 15, 1901 ; 2c. July 29, 1901. 2942 

See also American (The) idea. 

Bar Haven; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by Gor- 
dfin V. May. Boston, W. H. Baker & co. 
[1906] 47 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston; D: 
9177, Oct. 2, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1906. 2943 

Bar (A) of music. 

© William Emmon Boughton, Danburv, 
Conn.; 1899:73894, Nov. 13. 2944 

Bar (A) of soap; a comedy extravaganza in 3 
acts, by C. F. Von Brunck. 

© C. F. Von Brunck, Chicago; 1885:3659, 
Feb. 9. 2945 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by J. H. Lor- 



yea. 

© James H. Loryea, San Francisco; 1887: 
24112, Sept. 22 ; 2c. Oct. 28. 2946 

Bar (The) sinister; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Weightman and H. G. Carleton. 

© Richard Weightman and Henry Guy 
Carleton, Washington ; 1885 : 2552, Jan. 29. 

2947 

a romantic American drama in 4 acts, by F. 

P. Weadon. 

© Frank Percy Weadon, Chicago; 1882: 
2500, Feb. 17. 2948 

Bar-W; play in 4 acts, by N. R. Wilcox. [40] p. 
t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1911; D: 24197; Nathan 
Read Wilcox, Minneapolis. 2949 



Bar (The) X ranche; comedy drama in 1 act, 
by F. Gerald. IS p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Florence Gerald, New York ; D : 5203, 
June 18, 1904 ; 2c. June 18, 1904. 2950 

Bar (The) Z; an original drama in 4 acts, by F. 
Heermans. 

© Forbes Heermans, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1894 : 
6560, Jan. 27. 2951 

Bara aida, sakura hana (Roses among' cherry 
blossoms); 1 act playlet with 2 episodes, by 
R. Zura. [1], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 26, 1913; D: 32765; Rosella 
Zura, Boston. 2952 

Barabas. See Holy (The) city. 

Barabbas; a play in 4 acts and 8 scenes, dra- 
matized from her novel of the same name by 
Marie Corelli. 109 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© M. Corelli, England; D : 9677, Dec. 21, 
1906 ; 2c. Apr. 4, 1907. 2953 

See (tlso Complete (The) poems of S. Weir 



Mitchell. 

Baranof; drama in 4 acts, by M. V. McGill. 
49 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1. 1915; D: 39820; Mabel Vol- 
lintine McGill, Seattle. 2953a 

Barbar (The) of Barbaria; a comic opera in 3 
acts, libretto by J. L. Mathews. 

© John Lathrop Mathews, Evanston, 111. ; 
D : 1817, Apr. 21, 1902. 2954 

Barbara. 

© M. G. Kern, St. Louis ; D : 13138, June 8, 
1908. 2955 

■comedy drama in 4 acts, from The quick or 



the dead, by C. W. Durant. Typewritten. 

© Charles W. Durant. New York; 1888: 
25386, Sept. 7 ; 2c. Sept. 19. 2956 

an original emotional drama in 5 acts, by 



A. Hinchcliffe. founded upon M. E. Braddon's 
story of Barbara; or, Splendid misery, music 
composed by A. Hinchcliffe. 

© A. Hinchcliffe, Brooklyn; 1881:1341, 
Jan. 24. 2957 

— • play in 1 act, bv K. S. Goodman. New 
York, Vaughan & Gomme, 1914. 32 p. 12". 

© May 29, 1914; 2c. May 23, 1914; D: 
37106; Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, Chicago. 

2957a 
or. The daughter of Scotland, comedy 



drama in 5 acts, by A. C. Traube and C. Mar- 
ti netti. 

© Alex. C. Traube and Charles Martinetti, 
Chicago ; 18S7 : 26316, Oct. 12 ; 2c. Nov. 3. 

2958 

— or. The little tigress, a drama in 5 acts. 

© Linda Marguerite Allen, New York; 
1891:37537, Oct. 19. 2959 



139 



2960 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



2977 



Barbara Allen; comedy in 4 acts, by W. A. Jor- 
dan. [6S] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1911; D:235U5; William A. 
Jordan, New York. 2960 

Barbara catclies a burglar. 29 p. obi, 24°. 
Typewritten. 

© Agnes Cameron Watson, Brooklyn ; D : 
11031, July 23, 1907; 2c. July 23, 1907. 2961 

Barbara Frietchie, the Frederick girl; a play 
in 4 acts, by Clyde Fitch. New York, Life 
pub. CO., 1900. 128 p. col. front., pis. (part 
col.) 12». 

© Life pub. CO., New York ; 1900 A : 6804, 
Mar. 13; 2c. Mar. 24. 2962 

Barbara Holt of 'Frisco. See Social (The) 
game. 

Barbara's dilemma; a monolog sketch, by Rida 
Johnson Young. New York, M. Witmark & 
sous [1906] 12 p. 12°. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 8802, 
July 9, 1906 ; 2c. July 10, 1906. 2963 

Barbarians (The). Typewritten. 

© Thomas F. Millard, New York ; D : 511, 
Jilay 27, 1901 ; 2c. May 27, 1901. 2964 

play in 1 act, by R. D. Leland. Boston, 

Poetry-drama co. 23 p. 12°. 

© July 19, 1915; 2c. July 31, 1915; D: 
41374; Robert Decamp Leland, Wellesley 
Hills, Mass. 2984a 

Barbarina (Die); oper in 3 aufziigen und einem 
nachspiel, von Otto Neitzel. Berlin, Jung- 
deutscher verlag Kurt Fliegel & co. [1911] 
89 p. 16°. 

© Dec. 20, 1911; 2c. Apr. 20, 1912; D: 
29427; Jungdeutscher verlag Kurt Fliegel & 
CO., Berlin. 2965 

Barbazon; an opera bouffe in 1 act, libretto by 
A. Matthison, music by Ferdinand Waller- 
stein. New York, Samuel French & son. 

© Arthur Matthison, United States; 1877: 
10845, Sept. 20. 2966 

Barbe Bleue. See Drames et comedies, par 
Marguerite Dupres. — Sister Beatrice and Ar- 
diane. 

Barbe of Grande Bayou; a drama in 3 acts and 
a prologue, adapted from John O. Denham's 
novel Barbe of Grande Bayou, by S. Brough 
and F. Stayton. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Sydney Brough and Frank Stayton, Lon- 
don ; D : 6554, Apr. 21, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 21, 1905. 

2967 

Barber (The) of New Orleans; a play in 4 
acts, by E. C. Cai-penter. 129 p. 12°. 

© Edward Childs Carpenter, Philadelphia; 
D : 13472, July 31, 1908 ; 2c. July 31, 190S. 

2968 



Bai'ber (The) of the regiment; American bur- 
lesque opera in 4 acts, by F. Vinatiere, rev. 
and corrected by Mrs. S. L. Whitney. 

© Felix Vinatiere and Mrs. S. L. Whitney, 
Yankton, S. D. ; 1883:2.522, Feb. 7; 2c. Mar. 
31. 2969 

Barber (The) pards. See Slick and Skinner. 

Barber shop. 

© Walter Broadwell, Columbus, O. ; D : 
14415, Nov. 30, 1908. 2970 

comedy and novelty sketch, by G. C. Clark 

and L. Ring. 7 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 18. 1912; D: 31179; George C. 
Clark and Lawrence Ring, Brooklyn. 2971 

Barber's (A) scrape; a musical, farcical bur- 
lesque, adapted and arr. by W. H. Fuller. 

© Hugh M. Morrow, New York; 18S6: 
287, Jan. 5. 2972 

Sarbesieu; or. The troubadour, a libretto, by 
H. G. Kirbv. Louisville, J. P. Morton & com- 
pany, inc., 1913. 3 p. 1., 21 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 10. 1913; 2c. Feb. 13, 1913; A: 
332481; Harriet Griswold Kirby, Louisville. 

2973 

Barbier (Le) de Seville; comedie en 4 actes, 
par Pierre Augnstin Caron de Beauniarchais, 
ed. with introduction, notes and vocabulary 
by F. H. Osgood. Boston, New York [etc.] 
Ginn and company [1913] xix, 161 p. incl. 
front. 1G°. 

© Oct. 24, 1913; 2c. Oct. 31. 1913; A: 
357526; Frederick Hay Osgood, Milton, Mass. 

2974 

ou. La precaution inutile, comedie en 4 

actes. par Pierre Augustin Caron de Beau- 
marchais, ed. with introduction and notes by 
I. H. B. Spiers. Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 
1893. 

© I. H. B. Spiers. Philadelphia; 1S03: 
20579, Apr. 27 ; 2c. Apr. 10. 2975 

See also Beaumarchais theatre illustre. 



Barclay & co. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas Henrv Davis, Wilkinsburg. Pa.; 
D : 5480, Aug. 22, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 15, 1904. 

2976 

Bard of Quality Hill; a melodrama in 5 acts, 
by M. Bunker. 

© Marcellus Bunker, Gloucester, Mass.; 
1888 : 3171, Jan. 28 ; 2c. Feb. 8. 2977 

Eardell v. Pickwick; dramatization from Dick- 
ens' Pickwick papers, by F. P. Davis. 32 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1915; D: 40391; Frank 
Parker Davis, Chicago. 2977a 



140 



2978 



COPYEIGHTED IN" THE UNITED STATES 



2994 



Bare (The) room; drama in 4 acts, E. P. Knox. 
[44] p. r. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2S, 1912; D:2SS60; Edward 
Prentiss Knox, Topeka, Kan. 2978 

Bareback (The) rider; comedy sketch in 1 act, 
by G. Cremen. [1], 4 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1913; D: 32855; George Cre- 
men, Morristown, N. J. 2979 

Baresark (The); a play in 4 acts, by F. M. 
Lightuer. 

© Francis M. Lightner, Detroit ; D : 10936, 
July 10, 1907. 2980 

Barfusstanzerin (Die); operette in 3 akten, von 
Bela Jenbach, musik von Felix Albini, mise en 
scene von Fritz Karl. Leipzig, A. Cranz, 1909. 
41 p. 4°. 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1909; D: 17590; Aug. Cranz, 
Leipzig. 2981 



romantische operette in 2 akten, von Bela 

Jenbacb, musik von Felix Albini. Leipzig, A. 
Cranz, 1909. 40 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 27, 1909; 2c. Sept. 8, 1909: D: 
17052; Aug. Cranz, Leipzig. 2982 

Same. 104 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Oct. 13, 1909; D: 17342; Aug. Cranz, 
Leipzig. 2983 

Bargain (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by William 
Harlowe [pseud, of W. H, Briggs] 149 p. 
8°. Typewritten. 

© William H. Briggs, New York; D: 
11161, Aug. 12, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 12, 1907. 2984 



— dramatic piny in 3 acts, by D. S. Kusell. 
57 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 24, 1913 ; D : 33315 ; Dan S. Ku- 
sell, Chicago. 2985 

— modern play in 4 acts, by F. Jackson. 4 v. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1913; D: 35134; Fred Jack- 
son, Bayside, N. Y. 2986 

— play for vaudeville, by G. Harrison. 22 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1915; D: 41459; Grover 
Harrison, Ignacio, Col. 2986a 

— play in 4 acts, adapted from the French, by 
M. Rothenberg. 61 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1909 ; D : 169S5 ; Morris Roth- 
enberg, New York. 2987 

— play in 2 acts, by T. A. IMorris. 2 v. 4°. 



40520; Thomas 
2987a 



Typewritten 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1915; D 
Arthur Morris, New York. 

Ba^rgain (The) counter; farce in 3 scenes, for 
female characters, bv Grace Moodv. Boston, 
W. H. Baker & co., 1910. 12 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1910; 2c. Sept. 19. 1910; D: 
22081 ; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 2988 



Bargain day; acting humorous monologue for 
woman, by Stanley Schell. p. 61-67. 12". 
(On cover: Stanley Schell's sketches.) 

© Apr. 6, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1914 ; A : 370556 ; 
Edgar Schell Werner, New York. 2988a 

a burlesque comedy in 1 act, by C. Kelly. 

2 p. 1., 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1914; D : 38848 ; Claud Kelly, 
Los Angeles. 2988b 

5 p. f°. 



— farce comedy, by M. T. Sherman 
TyiJewritten. 
© Ic. May 6 



1915; 
Sherman, New York. 



D: 40606; Milton T. 
2988c 

— -farce sketch, by E. O. James. 12 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 21, 1914; D: 37635; Elis Olan 
James, Berkeley, Cal. 2988d 



twenty-minute comedy sketch, by M. H. 

Fbinner. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5. 1909; D : 17031 ; Mary H. 
Flanner, Indianapolis. 2989 

Same. New York, S. French; London, S. 

French, ltd., 1911. 1 p. 1., 16 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1911; 2c. Nov. 20, 1911; D: 
25793; Samuel French, New York. 2990 

Bargain day at Bloomstein's; an entertain- 
ment in 1 act, by Edward Mumford. Phila- 
delphia, The Peun publishing company, 1912. 
28 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 29, 1912 ; 2c. May 1, 1912 ; D : 29553 ; 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 2991 

Bargain hunters; comedy monologue for wo- 
man, by Stanley Schell. p. 141-147. 12°. 
(On cover: Stanley Schell's sketches) 

© Apr. 4, 1914 : 2c. Apr. 9, 1914 ; A : 370557, 
Edgar Schell Werner, New York. 2991a 

Bargains; a comedy satire in 1 act, by J. W. 
Byrne and Ed. Woodward. 9 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ed and May Moeller. Chicago; D: 15402; 
Mar. 22, 1909; Ic. Mar. 22, 1909. 2992 

Bargains in hearts; or, The wrong man, an 
original drama in 4 acts, by L. P. Brown. 
Typewritten. 

© Lawrence Family Brown. New York; 
1893:10175, Feb. 25; 2c. Mar. 25. 2993 

Bargains in sonls; tragedy of mangled lives, by 
Paul Bern and J. Henle. [2], 21 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1914; D : 36619 ; James 
Heale, New York. 2993a 

Bar'l (A) o' money; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
C. Gayler. 

© Charles Gayler, Boston; 1883:18973, 
Oct. 15. 2994 



141 



2995 



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3016 



Barmadel (Das); sittenbild in 1 akt, von Her- 
imuin Stein. Berlin, E. Bloch. IS p. 12". 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1913; D : 33451 ; Ednard 
Blocii, Berlin. 2995 

Barmant; i>]ay in 1 act, by A. Hofnian. 17 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 23, 1909 ; D : 16734 ; Arnold Hof- 
man, Kansas City, Mo. 2996 

Barn (The) beautiful; a comedy, by F. I. Dun- 
can. 

© Florence I. Duncan, Philadelpbia ; 1S79: 
9337, July 16. 2997 

Barn (The) circus; a musical sketch for chil- 
dren, book by M. H. B. Mussey. 

© Mabel Hav Barrows JMussey, Bryn Mawr, 
Pa. ; D : 14922, Jan. 28, 1909. 2998 

Barn or country dance; or. Life in New Eng- 
land. 

© Mrs. James B. Macks and B. C. Hart, 
New York ; D : 6433, Mar. 25, 1905. 2999 

Barn (The) storniers; a comic tragedy in 2 acts, 
with illustrations of various stage effects, life 
I)ictures of celebrated dramatic artists, and 
echoes of beautiful operatic music, written in 
the barn and dedicated to the donkey, by J. 
Templeton. 

© Jufin Templeton, Alexandria, Va. ; 18S0: 
13346, Aug. 31. 3000 

Barnabetta; play in 4 acts and 5 scenes, by M. 
de Forest, dramatized from Helen R. Mar- 
tin's novel of the same name. [121] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 11, 1914; D: 37808; Marian de 
Forest, Buffalo. 3000a 

Barnaby and Priscilla; a comedy in 5 acts, by 
W. E. Golden and C. L. Hooper. 

© W. Echnrd Golden and C. Lnuron Hooper, 
New Harmony, Ind. ; 1889 : 1599, Jan. 11. 

3001 

Barnaby Rudg'e. See Dolly Varden. 

Barnet. See Spsendte sind. 

Barney Shea's courtship; a farce in 1 act, by 
W. G. Egan. 

© William George Egan, New York; 1878: 
5261, May 1. 3002 

Barney's courtship; or, Molly dear, a musical 
interlude in 1 act, by H. Macarthy. 

© Harry Macarthy, Indianapolis; 1871: 
11870, Dec. 15. 3003 

Barney's initiation in freemasonry; a comedy, 
by W. Eddy. 

© Williiim Eddy, Kingston, N. Y. ; 1873: 
9336, Aug. 20. 3004 



Barnibe; a libretto. 

© Elva L. Nelson, Chicago; 1891:18197, 
May IS ; 2c. May 18. 3005 

Barnrake (The) twins; a new and original 
musical comedj% by W. Courtright. 

© William Courtright, Philadelphia; 1882: 
574, Jan. 12 ; 2c. Jan. 12. 3006 

Barnyard Macfidden institoot of fizikal kill- 
sure; a travesty in 1 act, by B. Abbeu. 

© Baxter Abben, New York ; D : 9892, Feb. 
2, 1907. 3007 



Barnyard (The) protest, 
tion. 



See Animal conven- 



Barnyard suffrag'ette; monologue, by H. G. 
Higgins. 6 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 23, 1910 ; D : 21407 ; Harriet G. 
Higgins, Lyme, Conn. 3008 

Barometermacher (Der) aus der zauberinsel. 
See Fool (A) for luck. 

Baron (The); a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
G. Sherwood. 

© Grace Sherwood, New York; 1891:6810, 
Feb. 20. 3009 

Baron (The) and his frient out West. 20 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Harry Dixon and Louis Anger, New 
York ; D : SS04, July 10, 1906 ; 2c. July 2, 1906. 

3010 

Baron (The) Baccarat; farce in 2 acts, by W. C. 
Duncan. [106] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1911; D: 24196; William 
Gary Duncan, Brooklyn. 3011 

Baron (Le) de Batz; piece en 5 actes et 6 tab- 
leaux, par Jean-Jose Frappa. 36 p. (Sup- 
plement gratuit au no. 2849 du Monde illustre, 
4 novembre 1911) 

© Nov. 4. 1911 ; 2c. Nov. 28, 1911 ; D : 25883 ; 
Jean-Jose Frappa, Paris. 3012 

Baron (The) from Berlin. 26 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Jack Golden, Berkeley. Cal. ; D : 10462, 
Apr. 29, 1907; 2c. Apr. 15, 1907. 3013 

Baron (A) from New York; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by C. E. Blaney. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York; 1897:35412, 
June 14. 3014 

Baron Grouch; 2 act comic opera, book and 
lyrics by J. M, Reilly. music by H. W. Petrie. 
85 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 16, 1909; D: 17407; James M. 
Reilly, New York. 3015 

Baron Humbug; a musical comedy, by R. A. 
Barnet. 1 p. 1., 51 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Gilbert L. Byron, Minneapolis; D:5260, 
Apr. 28, 1904; 2c. July 20, 1904. 3016 



142 



3017 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



3040 



Baron Kumbug — Continued. 

a musical play in 2 acts, by R. A. Barnet, 

© R. A. Barnet, Boston; D : 2131, July IS, 

1902. 3017 

Baron Munchausen; a comic opera in 2 acts, 
book, lyrics and music by A. S. Hoffman and 
A. Burkbart. f°. Typewritten. 

© Aaron Hoffman and Addison Burkbart, 
Cbicago; D : 3044, June 13, 1903; 2c. June 13, 

1903. 3018 



a musical comedy in 2 acts, by E. Boltwood. 

© Edward Boitwood, New York; D : 1567, 
Mar. 13, 1902. 3019 

Baron (The) of the crag; a romantic drama in 
5 acts, by E. T. Hardy. 

© E. Trueblood Hardy, New York; 1877: 
6252, May 24. 3020 

Baron of Vornay; a romance of tbe sixteenth 
century, by M. B. Rooney. f . Typewritten. 

© May B. Rooney, Canon City, Col.; D: 
8178, Mar. 23, 1903; 2c. Apr. 9, 1903. 3021 

Baron of Zoom. 4°. Tji^ewritten. 

© Donn P. Crane, Cbicago; D : 4851, Apr. 
7, 1904; 2c. Mar. 28, 1904. 3022 

Baron Rudolph; a drama in 4 acts, by B. How- 
ard. New York, Samuel French & sou. 

© Bronson Howard, New York ; 1881 : 1196, 
Jan. 20. 3023 

Baron Trenck; operette in 3 akten, von A. M. 
Wilhier und R. Bodansky, musik von Felix 
Albini. 120 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ludwij; Doblinger, Vienna; D: 12207, 
Jan. 18, 1908; 2c. Jan. 17, 1908. 3024 

Baron Viva Voce; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by J. P. Scott. 

© J. Percy Scott, Pittsburgh; 1889:1337, 
Jan. 9; 2c. July 24. 3025 

Baroness (The); comedy in 3 acts, by B. H. 
Voigt. 3 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1914 ; D : 38707 ; Bernhard H. 
Voigt, Brooklyn. 3025a 

- — drama in 4 acts, adapted from the French, 
by S. De Damseaux. 

© Mme. S. De Damseaux, New York ; 1872 : 
1193, Feb. 6. 3026 

Baroness (The) Bounty; a comic opera in 3 
acts, by R. Ganthony. 49 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Richard Ganthony, England; D : 1144. 
Dec. 2. 1901; 2c. Nov. 27, 1901. 3027 

Baroness (The) Fiddlestick; a musical satire 
on society in 2 acts, book and lyrics by George 
De Long, music by E. A. Bruguiere. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York; D : 5697, 
Oct. 27, 1904; 2c. Oct. 29, 1904. 3028 



Baroness Meta; comic opera in 3 acts, by J. H. 
Rosewald. San Francisco, San Francisco 
printing co. 

© J. H. Rosewald, United States; 1892: 
1G120, Apr. 13. 3029 

Baroness (The) of Touraine; a society drama 
in 5 acts, from the French by R. Neuville. 

© Rosina Neuville, New York ; 1877 : 11097, 
Sept. 27. 3030 

Baroness Paula; comic opera in 3 acts, by F. F. 
Schrader. [3], 90 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 6, 1912; D: 30193; Frederic F. 
Schrader, New York. ^ 3031 

Baroness Sorato's garden party. See Case of 
spoons. 

Baronet (The); romantic opera in 2 acts; 
libretto by W. H. Harris, music by A. P. 
Harris. 

© Arthur Percy Harris, Washington; 1894: 
41233, Sept. 8. 3032 

Baronet or butcher; a serio-comic drama in 3 
acts. 

© William Bush, Chicago; 1872:161, Jan. 
8; 2c. Nov. 14, 1876. 3033 

Baronet's (The) daughter; a play in 5 acts, 
founded on May Agnes Fleming's great story 
of A wonderful woman, and adapted and arr. 
by A. Rivers. 

© Alonzo Rivers, Chicago; 1879:11700, 
Sept. 2. 3034 

Baron's (The) ambition. 

© G. Selig pub. co., New York; D : 11884, 
Dec. 7, 1907. 3035 

or. The bai'on's dress rehearsal. 11 p. 

f. Typewritten. 

© Sam Morris, Coney Island, N. Y. ; D : 
12008, Dec. 30, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 16, 1908. 3036 

Baron's (The) daughter; a comic-romantic op- 
era in 3 acts, by R. M. Sterrett. 

© Robert M. Sterrett, Cbicago ; 1896 : 40813, 
July 13. 3037 

a new emotional drama in 4 acts, by H. 

Patterson and W. F. Cattell. 

© Howard Patterson and William F. Cat- 
tell, Brooklyn; 1884:24303, Dec. 8. 3038 

See also Tonquin. 

Baron's (The) dress rehearsal. See Baron's 
(The) ambition. 

Baron's (The) mistake; in 3 acts, by W. P. 
Zimmerman. Typewritten. 

© William P. Zimmerman, Philadelphia ; 
D : 40, Jan. 17, 1901 ; 2c. Jan. 17, 1901. 3039 

Baron's (The) son; or. Twice born, a drama in 
4 acts, by H. B. Feigenson. 

© Hymau B. Feigenson, Fitchburg, Mass.; 
1890:6052, Feb. 19. 3040 



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3041 



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3059 



Barranco (El) de la muerte; zarznela en 1 acto 
y 3 cuadros, eu prosa y verso, original de 
J. G. Eeuovales, uiusica de los maestros tJbeda 
y Ftister. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
pailoles, 1910. 34 p. 12°. 

© May 19, 1910; 2e. May 20, 1910; D: 
21077; Juan G. Renovales, Madrid. 3041 

Barred athwart; play in 4 acts, by A. Cull. 
[5], S4 p. r. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1912 ; D : 30931 ; Anne Cull, 
Toronto, Canada. 3043 

Barred (The) door; a romantic drama, adapted 
from tlie Henry III of Alexander Dumas, by 
L. De Meisson Kennedy. 

© L. De Meisson Kennedy, Brooklyn ; 1895 : 
27431, May 20. 3043 

Barred out; a romantic drama in 5 acts, by E. 
Arden. 

© Edwin Arden, New York; 1886:25317, 
Nov. 9. 3044 

Same. 

© by Edwin Arden, New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
5556, June 20, 1914. Original entry, Nov. 9, 
1886, no. 25317. 3044a 

Barrel (A) battle; a dramatic composition in 
1 act and 1 scene. 27 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Wm. L. Ballauf, jr., Baltimore ; D : 8417, 
Apr. 25, 1906; 2c. Apr. 19, 1906. 3045 

Barrel of flour; a 3 act comedy, by D. Sully. 
© Dan'l Sully, United States; 1885:8212, 
8213, Apr. 7. 3046, 3047 

Barrel (A) of money; a comedy-drama in 4 
acts, by H. H. Winslow. 

© Herbert Hall Winslow, New York ; 1890 : 
12982, Apr. 19. 3048 

Barren honor; an American play in 5 acts, by 
J. E. McCann. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John Ernest McCaun, New York ; D : 8700, 
June 14, 1906 ; 2c. June 14, 1906. 3049 

Barricade (La); chronique de 1910, par P. Bour- 
get. (L'lllustration theatrale, no. 140, 5 mars 
1910) 

© Mar. 5, 1910 ; 2c. Apr. 2, 1910 ; D : 20667 ; 
Paul Bourget, Paris. 3050 

■ Same. Paris, Librairie Plon-Nourrit et cie., 

1910. [5], Ix, 274 p. 12". 

© June 28, 1910; 2c. July .30, 1910; D: 
21682; Plon-Nourrit & co., Paris. 3051 

a piny in 4 acts, by O. Bang. 3 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ole Bang, New York ; D : 12295, Feb. 3, 

1908; 2c. Feb. 3, 1908. 3052 



Barrie-land; play in 4 acts, by E. McWade. 
[143] p. r. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 20, 1913; D: 34210; Edward 
McWade, New York. 3053 

Barrier (The); a clash in 4 acts, by E. W. 
Presbrey. founded on the novel of the same 
name by Kex Beach. [126] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 23, 1909 ; D : 16611 ; Eugene W. 
Presbrey, New York. 3054 

dramatic sketch, by A. F. Armstrong. [2] 

p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 23, 1914 ; D : 37744 ; Alta Flor- 
ence Armstrong, Kansas City, Mo. 3054a 

play in 4 acts, by A. Sutro. London, S. 

French, ltd. ; New York, S. French, 1908. 112 
p. 12°. 

© Alfred Sutro, London ; D : 12700, Apr. 8, 
1908; 2c. Dec. 21, 1908. 3055 

play in 1 act by G. G. Salisbury. [22] p. 



r. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 6, 1914 ; D : 37471 ; Grace Green- 
wood Salisbury, Ferris, 111. 3055a 

Barrier between; 1 act melodrama for vaude- 
ville, by C. A. Bennett. 18 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1910 ; D : 17846 ; Clyde Alwyn 
Bennett, Lynn, Mass. 3056 

Barriers; a play in 5 acts, by J. Rand. 

© Josephine Rand, Westford, Mass.; 1896: 
52503, Sept. 19. 3057 

play in 3 acts, by A. J. Nock. 3 v. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1915; D: 41446; Albert Jay 
Nock, Branchville, N. J. 3057a 

Barriers burned away; play in 4 acts, drama- 
tized from E. P. Roe's novel of same title, by 
G. Middleton. [6], 132 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 28, 1910 ; D : 21666 ; George Mid- 
dleton, New York. 3058 

Barriers of ice; a dramatic composition, by A. 
E. Stillwell and T. G. Palmer. 

© Arthur E. Stillwell and Truman G. Pal- 
mer, United States; 1885:1001, Jan. 12. 

3059 

Barriers swept away. See Traitor to the flag. 

Barrio (El) latino; opereta en 3 cuadros, origi- 
nal de Linares Becerra, Javier de Burgos y 
Jose Mesa, nulsica del maestro Miguel Asensi. 
^Madrid. Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1915. 
49 p. 12°. 

© June 24. 1915; Ic. June 2.5, 1915; D: 
41064; Linares Becerra, J. de Burgos y J. 
Mesa, Madrid. 3059a 



144 



3060 



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3081 



Barrister (The); a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 

by G. Manville Fenn and J. H. Daruley; the 

property of Violet Melnotte and M. A. Mayer. 

© Marcus R. Mayer, New York; 18S7 : 

22478, Sept. 3. 3060 



Barrister (The) and the parvenue, 
Worthington, barrister. 



See Stever 



Barrister's (A) luck; or. The Journey's end, 
comedy drama, by W. Busch. 

© William Busch, St. Louis; D : 11679, Nov. 
7, 1907. 3061 

Barrens' last case; a detective drama. 35 p. 
i". Typewritten. 

© Alfouza Aratus, Cincinnati ; D : 11100, 
Aug. 2, 1907; 2c. Aug. 2, 1907. 3062 

Barry Doyle's rest cure; comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. Gayer Mackay and Robert Ord. 

© Otho Stuart, London ; D : 11415, Sept. 26, 
1907. 3063 

Barry Gordon; drama in 4 acts, by M. Mcllvain 
and A. Barth, from the novel by W. F. Pay- 
son. [61] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1913; D : 33861 ; Marcella 
Mcllvain and Alvina Barth, San Francisco. 

3064 

Barry's old man. See Rehearsal (The). 

Barseba of Rabenstein (Die Babensteinerin) ; 
a pliiy in 4 acts, by Ernst von Wildenbruch, 
English version by R. v. Appiano and W. 
Nobbe. [St. Louis, Mo., Printed by Frederick 
printing and stationery co.] 1909. 2 p. 1., 49 p. 
12». 

© Wilhelm Nobbe and Richard von Appi- 
ano, St. I^uis ; D : 16048, June 11, 1909 ; 2c. 
June 24, 1909. 3065 

Bartender (The); a 1 act play, by W. Owen. 
[14] p. 4°. Tyi>ewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1913; D : 32195 ; William 
Owen, Chicago. 3066 

Barter (The) of a soul for an hour's happiness 
to Zamiel. See Alsace and Loraine. 



Bartered (The) bride, 
braut. 



See Verkaufte (Die) 



Bartered (The) woman; a drama of New York 
city underworld in 4 acts, by C. F. Dens- 
more. 

© Charles Francois Densmore, Cleveland; 
D : 15822, May 7, 1909. 3067 

Bartholomew fair; by Ben Jonson, ed. with in- 
trixluction, notes and glossjiry, by C. S. Al- 
den. New York, H. Holt & co., 1904. xxxiii, 
238 p. 8". (Yale studies in English, xxv) 

© Carroll Storrs Alden, United States; A: 
103838, Dec. 13, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 29, 1904. 3067a 



Bart's luck; a comedy in 4 acts. 

© Joseph C. Hart, Detroit ; 1878 : 2365, 
Feb. 25. 3068 

Baruch Spinoza; drama in 4 acts, by B. Gorin. 

© Bernhard Gorin, New York ; 1898 : 60735, 
Oct. 15. 3069 

Bascom's ancestors; a play in 3 acts, by E. S. 
Van Zile. 4°. Typewritten. 

© r^dward S. Van Zile, Hartford ; D : 13255, 
June 27, 1908; 2c. May 15, 1908. 3070 

Base-ball at Spruceville; rural farce, by R. 
Nesmith. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 12, 1911; D : 24671 ; Richard 
Nesmith, Brooklyn. 3071 

Base (The) ball bug-; a fact in 1 act, by T. P. 
Jackson. 14 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Thomas Pogue Jackson, New York; D: 
144S0, Dec. 8, 1908; 2c. Dec. 8, 1908. 3072 
Base (A) ball crank; a farce comedy, by E. 
Howard. Typewritten. 

© Ernest Howard, Boston; 1889:29809, 
Oct. 2; 2c. May 7, 1890. 3073 

negro af teriiiece, by Frank Dumont. New 

York, Chicago [etc.] M. Witmark t&; sons 
[1902] 11 p. 12°. 

© M. Witmark & son. New York; D : 2756. 
Dec. 10, 1902; 2c. Dec. 9, 1902. 3074 

Base ball cranks; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Howard. 

© Ernest Howard, Boston ; 1893 : 20292, 
Apr. 25; 2c. June 7. 3075 

Base ball game; made practical for the stage, 
by R. W. Tully. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1910 ; D : 20340 ; Richard 
Walton Tully, New York. 3076 

Base ball girl; romantic American operetta, by 
S. A. Merinbaum and Harry Lahnde. 59 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 4, 1910 ; D : 21261 ; Merinbaum 
and Lahnde, Chicago. 3077 

Base-ballitis; comedy playlet in 1 act, by V. H. 
Smalley. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 16, 1910; D: 20472; Victor H. 
Smalley, New Orleans. 3078 

Base (The) drum trust. See Fourteen (The) 
black hussars. 

Base (A) hit; a musical comedy, by Hubert 
Bown. 

© G. S. Richards & co., Minneapolis ; 1889 : 
24730, Aug. 12. 3079 

in 3 acts, by T. W. King. 

© T. W. King, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; 
1888 : 1579, Jan. 14. 3080 

3 act play. 

© Robert E. Janney, Chicago ; 1892 : 17872, 
Apr. 25. 3081 



5379—15- 



-10 



145 



3082 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



3102 



Basherte (Die) (The Preordained); original 
play in 3 acts, by Oscar Leonard and Joseph 
Suffrin. 

© O. Leonard and J. Suffrin, St. Louis ; D : 
13568, Aug. 17, 1908. 3082 

Bashful (A) bachelor. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Harry Elwood Eekenrode, Reading, Pa.; 
D : 7503, Oct. 31, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1905. 

3083 

Bashful g'irl; in 1 act, by E. Allard. [3] p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 12, 1911 ; D : 25998 ; Eugenie Al- 
lard, New York. 3084 

Bashful (The) man and the maid; play in 1 
act, by A. L. Silber. [11] p. 1G°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. IG, 1914; D: 36740; Arthur L. 
Silber, Indianapolis. 3084a 

Bashful (The) suitor. See Match-making 
father. 

Bashful (A) Venus; by H. Montague. 

© Harry Montague, New York ; 1897 : 34522, 
Juno 8. 3085 

Basil house. Sec House (The) of dolls. 
Basilisk (The); a play in 4 acts, by C. Nevlns. 

© Charles Nevins, Detroit; 1890:22544, 
July 15. 3086 

Basket ball; by Mrs. J. J. Brennan. 3 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 30, 1909: D: 17234; Mrs. J. J. 
Brennan, Baltimore. 3087 

Basket sociable; play in 4 acts and 6 scenes, by 
C. A. Eldredge. 70 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 15. 1909: D: 17708; Clarence A. 
Eldredge, Columbus, O. 3088 

Bass (The) trombone; play in 1 act, by J. F. 
Cot.ke. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915 ; D : 39893 ; James Fran- 
cis Cooke, Bala, Pa. 3088a 

Bassett's boarders; comedy-drama in 3 acts, by 
E. A. Locke. [150] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 10, 1912 ; D : 29671 ; E. A. Locke, 
New York. 3089 

Bastile (The); or. Woman's devotion, a his- 
torical drama in 5 acts, by J. G. Stutlz. 

© J. G. Stuttz, Giddings, Tex. ; 1890 : 286S1, 
Sept. 18. 3090 

Bastiles of Russia. 

© John C. Level, Buffalo; 1885:9437, Apr. 
23. 3091 

Bat (The); or. Nine on the red, comic opera 

in 1 :ict, by Mrs. H. S. Dexter. 

© Mrs. Henry Stanley Dexter, Calistoga, 

Cal. ; 1899 : 50552, Aug. 5. 3092 
See also Fledermaus (Die) 



Bat (The) and the ball; or, Neg-ative evidence, 
a farce in 1 act. by the author of A ready 
made suit. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1889. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1889: 
21838, July 15; 2c. Oct. 5. 3093 

Bataille de dames; ou, Un duel en amour, 
comcdie en 3 actes, ed. by C. A. Eggert, 

© Charles A. Eggert, Bloomington, 111.; 
. A : 221767, Nov. 7, 1908. 3094 

Batch (A) of cookies; or, Fifty days of Eu- 
rope, by Eleanor and Barber Baker. New 
York, Cochrane pub. co., 1910. 46 p. 12°. 

© May 17, 1910 ; 2c. July 2, 1910 ; D : 21615 ; 
Cochrane pub. co.. New York. 3095 

Batch (A) of proverbs; a comedietta in 1 
act, by B. M. Morris. . . Clyde, O., Ames' 
publishing co., 1905. 6 p. 12°. (On cover: 
Ames' series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 459) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde O. ; D : 6937, July 
10, 1905; 2c. July 10, 1905. 3096 

Bateria (La); aproposito comico-lirico en 1 acto 
y en i)i-osa. de P. Navarro, miisica del maestro 
Aparicio. Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles, 1911. 15 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21. 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911: D: 
25019; Pedro Navarro, Madrid. 3097 

Bath (The) tub trick. See Joy (The) bath. 

Bathing'; a comedy in 1 act. by W. S. Brintnall 

and George Friend. 39 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Y\'oodbury Saxton Brintnall, Oakland, 

C;tl.; I) : 15414, Mar. 23, 1909; 2c. ]Mar. 23, 

1909. 3098 

Bathing' scene; by F. D. Thomas. 

© Frank D. Thomas, New York; D : 10129. 
Mar. 13, 1907. 3099 



[Bathsheba; play in 1 act. by D. Pinski] 






^^^?V"lT< 



n: 



12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1913; D: 32800; David 
Pinski, New York. 3100 

Bats; a study, a farce comedv in 3 acts, by F. C. 
McClentheu, and W. C. Fulton. 

© F. C. .^IcClenthen and W. C. Fulton, Chi- 
cago; 1886:22940, Oct. 12; 2c. Dec. 20. 3101 

Batters; or, Dame Fortune's trio, showing the 
wealth of the common heart, comedy in 3 
acts and 4 scenes, by F, A. Humphrey. [4], 
158 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1914; D:35S39; Frank Al- 
fre<l Humphrey, Worcester. 3101a 

Battery G; an exciting gatling drill and thrill- 
ing battle scene, by J. C. Arnout. 

© John Clark Arnout, Omaha, Neb.; D: 
619, June 29, 1901. 3102 



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3122 



Battista (11); azione sacra in 3 atti e quattro 
qiiadri. versi di Savino Fiore, nnisica di Gio- 
coiido Fino. New York, Boosey & co., 1907. 
27 p. 12°. 

© G. Ricordi & co., Milan ; D : 11827, Nov. 
20, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 26, 1907. 3103 

Battle (The). 16 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Gurdeu Edwards, Oakland, Cal. ; D: 
15596, Apr. 12, 1909; 2c. Apr. 12, 1909. 3104 

a plav of modern New York life, by C. Mof- 

fett. 56 p. 8°. 

© Cleveland Moffett, New York ; D : 13819, 
Sept. 17. 1908; 2c. Sept. 17, 1908. 3105 

Battle (The) above the clouds. Sec Young 
(The) recruit. 

Battle (A) amid the clouds. 
Mountain. 



Sec Lookout 



Battle (The) between good and evil. See Judy 
and Dan. 

Battle between step-brothers; dramatic com- 
position in 3 acts. 19 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© le. Apr. 18, 1910: D : 20823 ; John T. 
Weleli and James J. V»^ard, Chicago. 3106 

Battle (A) by 'phone; a 1 act playlet, by Ches- 
ter Barron. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph McCarthv. Buffalo ; D : 5319, July 
20, 1904; 2c. July 20, 1904. 3107 

Battle echoes; play in 4 acts, by W. Burrows. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Warren Burrows, Lynn, Mass. ; D : 3088, 
Mar. 5. 1903; 2c. Mar. 5, 1903. 3108 



See Drummer 



Battle (The) field of Shiloh. 
(The) boy. 

Battle (fought) yesterday. 4°. Typewritten. 

© David Jav. New York ; D : 11398, Sept. 

2.3, 1907: 2c. Sept. 2.3, 1907. 3109 

Battle mighty; play in 3 acts, by A. A. Maxwell. 
[21, 154 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 22, 1913 ; D : 34389 ; Alice Ash- 
ley Maxwell, Guerneville, Cal. .3110 

Battle (The) of Antietam. See Arthur Kings- 
bury. 

Battle (A) of ballots; an original comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by James W. Shettel and Wads- 
worth ]M. George. 

© Shettel and George, York, Pa.; 1897: 
11442. Feb. 16. 3111 

Battle (The) of Bay Rum; dramatic compo- 
sition in 1 act. by E. F. Gallagher. 11 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aua:. 18. 1913; D: 34192; Edward F. 
Gallagher, New York. 3112 



Battle (The) of Bay Bum— Continued. 

a naval travesty in 1 act, by E. Gallagher. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ed Gallagher, New York; D: 13682, Aug. 

29, 1908; 2c. Aug. 31, 1908. 3113 

Battle (The) of Bull Con; miniature musical 
comedy, by Eddie Jewell. [2], 4 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© le. Feb. 19, 1914 ; D : 36092 ; Edgar Bray 
Jewell, Chicago. 3113a 

Battle (The) of Bunco Hill; [1 act sketch] 
compiled, written and instigated by J. F. 
Willard. [36] p. 4°. Tyi^ewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1909 ; D : 16498 ; Joe F. Wil- 
lard, Philadelphia. 3114 

Battle (The) of Cedar Creek. See Sheridan's 
ride. 

Battle (The) of Coeur d'Alene; a drama in 3 
acts, adapted by L. G rover. 

© Leonard Grover, San Francisco; 1895: 

9606, Feb. 15. 3115 

Battle of Fredericksburgh; or. The Spy of the 

South, a military drama in 3 acts, by W. A. 

Donaldson. 

© Walter A. Donaldson, Providence, R. I. ; 
1874:6697, May 18. 3116 

Battle (A) of hearts; a play of military and so- 
cial life at Old Point Comfort, Va., by A. J. 
Ebert. Milwaukee, Wis., A. J. Ebert, 1908. 
57 p. 12°. 

© Arthur J. Ebert, Milwaukee ; D : 13708. 
Aug. 31, 1908; 2c. Sept. 30, 1908. 3117 

See also Young (The) missionary. 

Battle (The) of King's Mountain; a dramatic 
and spectacular exhibition, by O. Taylor. 

© Oliver Tavlor, Bristol, Tenn. ; D: 10972, 
July 15, 1907. 3118 

Battle (The) of life; a comedy drama, in 5 acts 
and a prologue, by D. L. Hart. 

© Daniel L. Hart, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ; 1887 : 
29399, Nov. 14. 3119 

a drama founded on Charles Dickens' story 

of the same name, by A. Hughes. 66 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 17, 1912; D : 29981 ; Amelia 
Hughes, Chicago. 3120 

a melodrama in 5 acts, by E. Day. 94 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Edmund Day, New York ; D : 1692, Mar. 
21, 1902; 2c. Mar. 21, 1902. 3121 

play in 4 acts, by F. A. Jones and R. W. 

Sneddon. [86] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 16, 1911 ; D : 25777 ; Robert Wil- 
liam Sneddon and Francis Arthur Jones, New 
York. 3122 

See also Prison bars. 



147 



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3139 



of millionaires. Sec Bobbery 
of minds. See In the mystic 



Battle of Long Island; by A. T. Ammerman. 
21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1909 ; D : 17S30 ; Ada Tully 
Ammerman, Brooklyn. 3123 

Battle (The) of love; or, Fairy transforma- 
tions, a terpsichorean comedietta iu 1 act, by 

E. Z. Judson (Ned Buutliue). 

© E. Z. Judson, United States; 1873:1427. 
Feb. 12. 3124 

See also Under orders. 

Battle (The) of Malvern Hill. Sec Union 
(The) spy. 

Battle (The) 
under law. 

Battle (A) 
v/orld. 

Battle (The) of New Orleans; a drama and 
military pageant, by J. J. Flanagan. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© John J. Flanagan, New Orleans. ; D : 
10G78, May 31, 1907; 2c. May 20, 1907. 3125 

Battle (The) of Pickle Hill; or. The ranger's 
last fight, military travesty with music, by 
II. X. James. 11 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 22. 1913 ; D : 32038 ; Harry New- 
ton James, Los Angeles. 3126 

^cc aim Battle (The) of Very Crude. 

Battle (The) of San Jacinto. Sec Fall (The) 
of the Alamo. 

Battle (The) of spring. 

© W. Eustis Barker, Massachusetts; 1882: 
3GG5, Mar. 8; 2c. Mar. 24. 3127 

Battle of the Bronx; comic opera in 3 acts, by 

F. Dario. 28 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 13, 1909; D:17G90; Fidelia Da- 
rio, Brooklyn. 3128 

Battle of the bull and the bear. See Out on 
a strike. 

Battle of the bulls and bears of Wall street 
and Chicago; or. The comedy of commerce 
and tragedy of trade, showing in the battle 
of the longs and shorts, etc. 

© M. C. Spaulding, Chicago; 1882:20038. 
Nov. 25; 2c. Mar. 2, 1883. 3129 

Battle of the bush. See Regicides (The) 

Battle (The) of the butterflies; play in 4 acts, 
from the German by Hermann Sudermann, 
tr. by Arthur H. Schwarz. [77] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1914; D: 38130; Charles 
Kraus, New York. 3129a 



Battle (The) of the factions; or, Tammany, the 
dictator of Gotham, a comedy in 3 acts, by 
John Kelly. 

© John A. McLaughlin, Philadelphia ; 1884 : 
7844, Apr. 12. 3130 

or. The reunion of Butler and Faneuil 

hall factions of Boston, a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Wadsworth Longfellow. 
• © John A. McLaughlin, Philadelphia ; 1884 : 
491, Apr. 8. 3131 

or, The reunion of Randall and Johnny 

Cox's factions of Philadelphia, a comedy in 
3 acts, by Henry Pettitt. 

© John A. McLaughlin, Philadelphia ; 1884 : 
7901, Apr. 14. 3132 

or, Tilden and Tammany of Gotham, a 

comedy iu 3 acts, by Richard Cbixton. 

© John A. McLaughlin, Philadelphia ; 1884 : 
78J3, Apr. 12. 3133 

Battle (The) of the giants; a glance at the 
tendency of American commercial life, pre- 
sented in the form of a drama. 

© liobert Muir, Brooklyn, and Frank Bur- 
gess, Boston; ISSG: 22342, Oct. 5. 3134 

Battle (The) of the kegs; a comic opera in 2 
acts, book by G. Folsom. 53 p. 4". Tyi>e- 
written. 

© Geo. Folsom, New York; D : 15313, Mar. 
12, 1909; 2c. Mar. 12, 1909. 3135 

Battle (The) of the skies; iuvente^l and arr. 
by Arthur Vuegtlin and 11. H. Burnside. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Lee Shubert, New York; D : 128G2, Apr. 
29. 1908; 2e. Apr. 29. 1908. 3136 

Battle (The) of the strong; a drama in 4 acts, 
by R. Whytal. 

© Russ Whytal, New York; D : 1454, Feb. 
17, 1902. 3137 

Battle (The) of the wilderness; a play in 4 
acts, by May Cooper. 

© Jennie D. Cooper, United States ; 1891 : 

3138 



18363, May 19. 
— See also Libby prison. 



Battle (The) of Two Soon; a military travesty 

in 1 act, by E. (iallagher. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ed Gallagher, New York; D : 13681, Aug. 

29. 1908; 2c. Aug. 31, 1908. 3139 

Battle (The) of Very Crude; a military trav- 
estv. bv II. N. James and D. J. Duffy, rev. 
version' of The battle of Pickel Hill. 8 p. 4°. 
Tyi'cwritten. 

© lo. June 7, 1915 ; D : 40869 : Harry New- 
ton James and Dan J. Duffy, Venice, Cal. 

3139a 



Battle (The) of the crater. 
Petersburgh. 



Sec Siege (The) of 



Battle (The) of Weldon railroad. 
(The) spy. 



See Union 



148 



3140 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



3161 



Battle (A) of wits. Typewritten. 

© Gertrude S. Dunkin and John Terris, 
United States; 1900 A : 10500, Apr. 25: 2e. 
Apr. 25. 3140 

See also Deceiver deceived. 

Battlefield (The); comedy in 3 acts, by P. Moel- 
ler. [ISrj] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 22, 1911; I>: 25330; Philip 
Moeller. New Yorlv. 3141 

Battles of our country; liliretto, a descriptive 
musical, military composition. 

© Rich. G. Hollaman, Brooklyn; 1897:420, 
Jan. 2. 3142 

Battles of our nation. 

© Luciano Conterno & sons. New York ; 
1S97 : 3437, Jan. 7. 3143 
Conterno's historical musical spectacle. 

© L. Conterno & sons. New York; 1896: 
27262, May 4. 3144 

Battling for a fortune; or. The Black hand, a 
drama in prologue and 4 acts. 

© Jacob A. H'arman, Belle Plaine, Kan. ; 
1SS5: 15822, Jaly 23; 2 c. Aug. 24. 3145 

Bauernfurst (Der) Sec Three wooers. 

Bauernprinzessin (Die); schwank in 3 akten, 
von Fritz Lunzer. Regie- u. soufflierbuch. 
Leipzig, Wien, New York. W. Karczag, 1914. 
57 p. S°. 

© Ic. June 16, 1915 ; D : 40955 ; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 3145a 

Baumwollkonig' (Der); borsen-schauspiel in 5 
alcten. von Algot Sandberg, deutsche biihnen- 
bearbeitung von Gustav M. Hartung und John 
Josephsohn. Berlin, Oesterheld «& co. verlag. 
1912. 154 p. 16°. 

© Ic. July 30, 1912; D: 30380; Berliner 
theater verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 3146 

Baxter's mills; a 4 act rural comedy drama, by 
Frank E. Cutler. 

© F. E. Cutler, San Francisco; D : 6929, 

July 8, 1805. 3147 

Bay Ridge tragedy; a drama in 3 acts, by G. W. 
Marcellus. 

© George W. Marcellus, Philadelphia ; 1875 : 
1500. Feb. 16. 3148 

Bayonet (The); a drama in 4 acts, by W. H. 
McCartney Olajor Muldoon) and J. H. Sel- 
wyn. 

© Wm. H. McCartney and John H. Selwvn, 
New York ; 1871 : 3568, Apr. 20 ; 2c. June 19. 

3149 

Bazaar; a monologue, by B. B. Hayward. 7 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Beatrice Brooke Hayward, Wayland, 
Mass.; D : 7730, Dec. 18, 1905; 2c. Dec. 18. 
1905. 3150 



Bazar espanol; revista comico-Hrico-polltica-bail- 
ahle en 1 acto, dividido en 4 cuadros y apote- 
osis, original y eu verso, de Eduardo Haro y 
Joaquin Aznar, mfisica del maestro Teodoro 
San Jose. ^Madrid, Sociedad de autores es- 
panoies, 1911. 53 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21. 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25<M>2; E. Haro y J. Aznar, Madrid. 3151 

Be a man; comical opereta in 4 acts, by A. 
Schorr, music by Perlmutter and Wohl. 

© Anshel Schorr, New York; D: 12897. May 
4. 1908. 3152 

Be game; story of the Canadian woods, by Wil- 
lard Mack and Isabelle Fletcher. [2], 9'p. f°- 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1914; D : 39091 ; Isabelle 
Fletcher Ayres, San Franci.sco. 3152a 

Be good; a comedy by W. A. Whitecar. 

© Liebler & Miner co., New York; 1897: 
46972, Aug. 21. 3153 

Beach-craft; play in 4 acts, by H. A. Wood- 
wortli. 42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1913; D : 32493 ; Helen Alden 
Woodworth, Brookline, Mass. 3154 

Beach (The) of life; or. In a cottage by the 
sea, a drama by T. W. Wharmby. 

© Thos. Washington Wharmby, New York; 
1898:8069, Jan. 27; 2c. Apr. 6. 3155 

Beacon lights; by G. Learock. 

© George Learock, New York; 1887:6071, 
Mar. 15. 3156 

Beadles pirates for ten cents; or. General 
Stanley's daughters, an original dramatic and 
musical play. 

© John A. Ryman and William S. Muilaly, 
United States; 1880:4274, Mar. 16. 3157 

Bean (The) merchant; play in 1 act, by A. Du- 
pont. [1], 15 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1913; D: 35378; Albert Du- 
pont. New York. 3158 

Beans; a drama in 3 acts, by A. H. Hagen. 

© Staudley Gauterau, San Francisco; 1897: 
8776, Feb. 1. 3159 

Same. 

© Leon Samuel De Verge, San Francisco ; 
1897:9.501, Feb. 5. 3160 

a farce comedy in 3 acts, by A. H. Hagen. 

[Scenario] Typewritten. 

© Leon S. De Verge, San Francisco; 1897: 
25041, Apr. 22; 2c. July 2. 3161 

farce of errors in 3 acts, by M. Crosse Van 

Praag. [2], 70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1914; D: 36188; Margaret 
Crosse Van Praag, New Yorfe. 3 16 la 



149 



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3180 



Beans and buttons; a dire symphony in 1 act, 
consisting of various suggestions as to matri- 
mony, duelling, honor and sentiment, hewn, 
hacked, chipped and disarranged by W. H. 
Lepere, afterwards instrumented, orches- 
trated, and conglomerated into one harmoni- 
ous musical paradox, by A. G. Robyn. 

© William H. Lepere and Alfred G. Robyn. 
St. Louis; 1885:6938, Mar. 24. 3162 

Bear (The); a comedy in 1 act, adapted from 
the Russian, by O. Johnson. 

© Owen Johnson, New York; D: 10208, 
JNIar. 25, 1907. 3163 

drama in prologue and 4 acts, by B. L. Hall. 

ii, 93 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1910; D: 21228; Bin-ton 
Luther Hall, Berkeley, Cal. 3164 

a farce in 1 act, by T. P. Murphy. 11 p. 



f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1912; D: 29834; Thomas P. 
JNIurphy, Chicago. 3165 

Bear and the girl; musical comedy in 3 acts, 

book and lyrics by Homer Granville [pseud. 

of Homer D. Grant] 114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 2, 1909 ; D : 17593 ; Homer D. 

Grant, New York. 3166 

Bear (The) leaders; farce in 4 acts, by R. C. 
Carton [pseud, of R. C. Critchett] New York, 
S. French; London, S. French, ltd. 182 p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 22, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 23, 1913 ; D : 34814 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 3167 

Bear Wallow belles. Proof. 

© Mrs. Wm. R. Caperton, Louisville; D: 
4864, Apr. 11, 1904; 2c. Apr. 2, 1904. 3168 

Bearded (The) monster; a play, by J. L. Tuttle. 

© John L. Tuttle. Denver ; 1897 : 44730, Aug. 

6; 2c. Dec. 24, 1898. 3169 

Bearing arms; by E. O'Connor. 20 p. 4°. 
Tjiiewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1909: D: 17565; Evelyn 
O'Connor, Rochester, N. Y. 3170 

Bearing the yoke; by Walter Willis. 

© George Wilcox, New York ; 1873 : 12120, 
Oct. 23. 3171 

Beast (The). 

© Frank W. Martin, Chicago; D : 14110, 
Oct. 21, 1908. 3172 

See also My mother. 



Beast (The) and the bargain; comedy-drama in 
4 acts, by M. Evans. [38] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 16, 1914; D: 37044; Manford 
Evans, Thompson, la. 3172a 



Beast (The) and the sleeping beauty; a fairy 
operetta in 2 acts, by John Arthur Fraser. 
40 ]). 4". Typewritten. 

© Albert L. Baker, Chicago; D : 1541, Mar. 
10, 1902; 2c. JMar. 8, 1902. 3173 

Beast (The) of the field; a play of the American 
Middle AVest in 4 acts, by H. C. Wade. [3], 
S3 p. f°. Typewritten. 

• © Ic, Feb. 6, 1913; D: 32215; Harmon 
Casper AVade. Cleveland. 3174 

Beast (The) who dwelt in the East. See Ka 
Foo-za-lem. 

Beasts of prey; original drama in 1 act and 5 
scenes, by M. Nobles. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1915; D: 40316; Milton No- 
bles, Brooklyn. 3174a 

Beat (The); novelty playlet in 1 act, by B. 
Barnett. 18 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3, 1914; D: 38042; Ben Barnett, 
New York. 3174b 

Beat it; farce, by Willis N. Bugbee. Lebanon, 
O., March bros.' 3 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1912; 2c. Sept. 12, 1012; D: 

30824; March bros., Lebanon. O. 3175 

Beat (The) of the wing (Le coup d'aile); a 
play in 3 acts, by Francois de Curel, tr. from 
the French, by Alice Van Kaathoven. {In 
Poet lore, v. 20, no. 5. Sept.-Oct. 1909; peri- 
odical © Sept. 8, 1909; 2c. Sept. 11, 1909; 
B: 190390; Poet lore co., Boston) 3175a 

Beata; in 5 acts, tr. by Mrs. Edward Wharton 
from Es lebe diis leben by Herman Suder- 
mann. 

© INIrs. Patrick Campbell, London ; D : 2643, 
Oct. 31, 1902. 3176 

Beaten biscuit; farce in 1 act. by R. Strauss. 
[2], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 12. 1911; D : 23931 ; Robert 
Strauss, New York. 3177 

Beating the devil; a play in 4 acts, by S. J. 
Gilmau. [62] p. 4". typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1009; D: 16653; Stephen J. 
Gllman. Everett, Mass. 3178 

Beating the world. See Social pirate. 

Beatrezia; or. The star of the Alps, a i-oniance 
of Alpine life in 5 acts, by M. J. Blank. Provi- 
dence, 1880. 

© Morritz J. Blank, United States; 1881: 
938, Jan. 17. 3179 

Beatrice; comedy drama in 3 acts, by W. E. M. 
Golden. 

© William E. M. Golden, Bloomington. Ind. ; 
1880 : 7234, M:ir. 29. 3180 



150 



3180 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



3202 



Beatrice — Continued. 

legende lyrique en 4 actes, poeme de Rob- 
ert de Flers et Gaston-A. de Cailhivet, d'apres 
Charles Nodier, musique de Andre Messager. 
Paris, Adolph Fiirstuer. 3 p. 1., 87 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 17, 1914; Ic. Apr. 16, 1914; D: 
3G71S; Adolph Fiirstuer, Paris. 3180a 

• a ])lay in 5 acts, by E. Weitzel and F. S. 



Isham. 

© Edward Weitzel and F. Stewart Isham, 
Detroit; 1889:16829. June 3; 2c. June 3. 

3181 

a tragedy in 4 acts, by A. W. Brayley. 

© Arthur Wellinsjton F.rayley, Boston; 
1893 : S13, Jan. 4 ; 2c. Apr. 26. 3182 

Beatrice Cenci; a tragedy in 4 acts by G. F. X. 
Hill. 

© George Francis Xavier Hill, New York ; 
1880:8143, Mar. 13. 3183 

Beatrice Del Sarto; or, A Corsican's oath, by 
M. L. Severy. Typewritten. 

© Melvin L. Severy, Boston; 1890:30840, 
Oct. 6; 2c. Oct. 6. 3184 

Beatrice et Benedict; opera -couiique en 2 actes, 
imlte de Shakespeare, paroles et mnsiqne de 
Hector Berlioz. Paris, O. Joubert, 1906. 74 p. 
8°. 

© Celestin Joubert, Paris; D : 9002, Aug. 
27, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 27, 1906. 3185 

Beatrice of Havere. Typewritten. 

© Edwin McCallum Thomas, Gate City, 
Ala.; 1900 A:137S8, June 2; Ic. June 2; Ic. 
Feb. 9, 1903. 3186 

Beatrice of the threshold; play in 4 acts, by 
W. C. rtaue. [1821 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1911; D : 23377 ; W. Carl 
Rauo, Philadelphia. 3187 

Beatrice, the self doomed; a tragic play in 5 
acts, by J. A. ,T. Neafie. 

© J. A. J. Neafie, New York; 1879:6574, 
May 16. 3188 

Beats (The) of New York; an original local 
drama in 3 acts, by J. J. Wallace. 

© J. J. Wallace, New York; 1873:3521. 
Apr. 7. 3189 

Beau Austin. Sec Three plays; by W. E. Hen- 
ley and R. L. Stevenson. 

Beau Brocade; a romantic drama in 4 acts, by 
Baroness [Emmuska] Orczy and M. Barstow. 
4". Typewritten. 

© May Howes, New York ; D : 12409, Feb. 
24, 1908; 2c. Feb. 24, 1908. 3190 

Beau Bi-ummell; as abridged and transformed, 
by A. O'Connell. 36 p. 24". Printed. 

© Arthur O'Connell, Syracuse, N. Y. ; D: 
13063, May 26, 1908; 2c. May 27, 1908. 3191 



Beau Brummeil — Continued. 

a dr:una in 4 acts, by W. G. Wills. 

© Alexander Henderson, United States; 
1874:1527, Feb. 11. 3192 

a play in 5 acts, by J. Cumberland. 4°. 

Typev.-ritten. 

© John Cumberland, Maywood, N. J. ; D : 
8245, Mar. 29, 1906; 2c. Mar. 29, 1906. 3193 
a play in 4 acts, written for Richard Mans- 
field, by Clyde Fitch. New York, J. Lane 
company, 1908. 142 \). front, (port.) plates. 
8". 

© John liune co.. New York ; D : 13547, Aug. 
4, 1908; 2c. Aug. 5, 1908. 3194 

Beau (The) Brummeil burlesquers, abroad and 
at ho3ne; a musical comedy in 2 acts. 

© Frank R. Carr, Brooklyn; 1898:12246, 
Feb. 18. 3195 

Beau (Le) cadeau; par Hubert Genin. 3 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1912; D: 30055; Gaumont 

company. New York. 3196 

Beau (Le) jeune honime. Sec Theatre com^- 

plet; [del Alfred Capus. 
Beau (Un) niariage; comedie en 3 actes, par S. 

Guitry. 32 p. (L'lllustration theatrale, 8" 

annee- 198, 6 .Janvier 1912) 

© Jan. 6, 1912 ; 2c. Feb. 14, 1912 ; D : 28677 : 

Sacha Guitry, Paris. 3197 

Beau Tancrede (Scenario of). 

© Robert W. Criswell, New York; 1900 A: 
28556, Nov. 20. 3198 

Beaucaire; a play in 4 acts, by B. Tarkington 
and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland. 

© Newton Booth Tarkington, Indianapolis; 
D : 929, Oct. 5, 1901. 3199 

Beauchampe; a tragedy in 5 acts, by D. A. 
Latchaw. 

© D. Austin Latchaw, Kansas City, Mo. ; 
1888 : 27877, Oct. 1. 3200 

Beaujeu. 8ce White hawk. 
Beaumanoir; spectacular historical dramatic 
tragedy, dramatized from the Golden dog, by 
W. Kirby. 38 p. 5 p. mounted plates. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1911; D: 2.5841; William 
Kirby, Toronto, Canada. 3201 

Beauniarchais theatre illustre; notices et an- 
notations par M. Roustan. . . t. 1, 2. Paris, 
Bibliotheque Larousse [1911] 2 y. front. 
(port.) plates, facsim. 8". 

Contents. — t. 1. Eugenie, Les deux amis, Le 
barbier de Seville. — t. 2. La folic journee: ou, 
Le mariage de Figaro, Tarare, L'autre Tar- 
tuffe; ou. La ra§re coupable. 

© Oct. 31, 1911; 2c. each Nov. 28, 1911; 
A-Foreign 3908; Libra iiio Larousse & co., 
Paris. 3202 



151 



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3223 



Beauteous Beatrice; or, Hearts and tarts. 

© Beujnmin Aymar, East Orange, N. J. : 
1895:53000, Oct. 18; 2c. Oct. 18. 3203 

Beauteous Mexico. See Montezuma. 

Beautiful (The) baroness; opera in 2 acts, by 
H. Tudor Mason and G. Marsh Little. [6], 63 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26. 1911 ; D : 28121 ; International 
copyright bureau, ltd., London. 3204 

Beautiful (A) blufif; a farcical comedy in 1 act, 
by W. M. Bangs. 

© W. M. Bangs, Rochester, N. Y. ; 1898: 
31192, May 19. 3205 

Beautiful Bugland; a modern musical fantasy 
by U. Clayton. 24 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Una Clavton, New York; D : 14619, Dec. 
24, 1908; 2c. Dec. 24, 1908. 3206 

Beautiful Christie, the pride of my heart; a 
drama in 4 acts, by L. J. L. Stilwell. 84 p. 
f. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn ; 
D : 12060, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. May 26, 1908. 

3207 

Beautiful (The) Du Barry; a drama in 4 acts 
and an intermezzo, by K. Stagg and F. V. Le 
Mone. Typewritten. 

© Katherine Stagg and Franc V. Le Mone, 
New York ; D : 1083, Nov. 11, 1901 ; 2c. Nov. 11. 
1901. 3208 

Beautiful fiend; dramatic composition, by C. T. 
Wilkersou. 54 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1910 ; D : 20755 ; Chas. T. Wil- 
kerson, Entei^prise, Okl. 3209 

emotional melo-drama in 4 acts, by Geo. V. 



Wybrow and Frank TJ. Thome. 

© Frank J. Connor and Chas. F. Dittmar, 
Brooklyn; D : 1873, May 12, 1902. 3210 

romantic drama in 3 acts, by J. De Bonay. 

© John De Bonay, New York ; 1873 : 811, 
Jan. 29. 3211 

Beautiful (The) forever; modern drama in 2 

acts, by G. F. Sturgis. 60 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1915; D : 40704 ; Granville 

Forbes Sturgis, Denver. 3211a 

Beautiful (The) invalid; an original play in 
5 acts, by II. C. Goodspeed. 

© Henry Churchill Goodspeed, Boston ; 

1893:11836, Mar. 7. 3212 

Beautiful (A) liar; or. After the French ball, a 
comedy in 1 act, by J. R. Gordon. 24 p. f". 
Typewritten. 

© John R. Gordon, Milwaukee ; D : 13168. 
June 12. 1908: 2c. June 12, 1908. 3213 
See oiso What would you do? 

Beautiful (A) maiden. See Emerald gem. 



Beautiful Mary; pool room meller drammer, by 
A. Weinberg. [1], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 7, 1912; D: 30763; Abe Wein- 
berg, New York. 3214 

Beautiful (The) Mrs. Bullamy; play in 3 acts, 
by J. n. Greene. 91 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1915; D : 41247 ; John Henry 
Greene, New York. 3214a 

Beautiful (The) mustee. See Eunice. 

Beautiful probate. See Probate chafE. 

Beautiful (The) shoe-binder of Lynn; oi% New 
York in 1850, an original drama in 4 acts, 
with new sensations and effects, by P. Con- 
nolly and E. Barry. 

© P. Connolly and E. Barry, New York; 
1872:1029, Feb. 19. 3215 

Beautiful (The) snow; a moral drama in 3 

acts, by F. W. Nieman. 

© W. J. Nieman, Fort Wayne, Ind. ; 1873: 

11546, Oct. 8; 2c. Oct. 8. 3216 
a society drama in 4 acts, written by S. W. 

Mangin. 

© Samnel W. Mangin, Chicago; 1873 : 13314, 

Nov. 17. 3217 

Beautiful (The) spy; or, Remember the Maine, 

drama in 3 acts and 3 scenes, by E. B. de 

Ligny. [61] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1910; D: 21800; Ernest B. 
de Ligny, New York. 3218 

Beautiful (The) witch of the camp-fire girls; 
dramatic comedy in 3 acts, by M. P. MacDon- 
ald [Mrs. Arthur MacDonald] [39] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© le. Dec. 11, 1913; D : 35307 ; Margaret 
Porterfield MacDonald, Washington. 3219 

Beauty; an original comedy in 4 acts, by G. F. 
Rowe. 

© George Fawcett Rowe, New York; 1880: 
7378, May 11. 3220 

a play of to-day in 3 acts, by R. Weiman. 

3 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 3, 1912; D: 29572; Rita Wei- 
man, New York. 3221 

Beauty and the barge; farce in 3 acts, by W. W. 

Jacobs and Louis N. Parker. New York, S. 

French; London, S. French, ltd. 148 p. 12". 

© Oct. 15, 1910; 2c. Oct. 17, 1910 ; D : 22296 : 

Samnel French, ltd., London. 3222 

Beauty and the Beast; play in 4 acts, by B. 
Hooker. 4 v. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 22, 1915; D: 40747; Brian 
Hooker, New York. 3222a 

Beauty and the Beast (up to date); a comedy 
in 3 acts, by E. A. Locke. 

© Edwin A. Locke, Lockehaven. N. H. : 
1893 : 22212, May 8. 3223 



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3244 



Beauty (The) and the bicycle. See Sleeping 
(The) princess. 

Beauty and the prince; a comic opera, words 
by A. Lowry. Typewritten. 

© A^nes Lowrv, San Francisco ; D : 319, 
Apr. 8, 1001; 2c. Apr. 8, 1901. 3224 

Beauty (The) box. See Aphrodite Pontia. 

Beauty culture; sketch, by M. Maher. 8 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 16, 1912 ; D : 30273 ; Mary Maher. 
New Yorlv. 3225 

Beauty (The) doctor; a farce comedy, by J. 
J. Costello. 

© John Jerome Costello, Chicago; 1S97 : 

65649, Nov. 26; 2c. Jan. 21, 1898. 3226 

musical comedy in 1 act, by F. De Witt. 

26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1911; D: 24878; Francis De 
Witt, New York. 3227 

a musical farce in 3 acts, by H. M. Shelley. 

© Howard Merrell Shelley, Philadelphia ; 



D : 351, Apr. 16, 1901. 
— play in 1 act. by A. Hoffman. 



3228 

60 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

'© Ic. Sept. 30, 1912; D: 31008; Aaron Hoff- 
man, New York. 3229 

Beauty farm; a musical comedy, by J. Mac- 
Ewen. 106 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1910; D: 20824; John Mac- 
Ewen, New York. 3230 

Beauty (A) from Butte; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
L. H. Newcomb. 

© Lew. H. Newcomb, Chicago; D : 2800, 
Jan. 2, 1903. 3231 

Beauty hens; drama, by O. L. Peck. 16 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1909; D: 17028; O. L. Peck, 
Brooklyn. 3232 

Beauty in dreamland; or. The pearls of the 
Orient, an original scenic burletta extrava- 
ganza in 1 act, designed, conceived and origi- 
nated, by S. T. Jack. Ms. 

© Samuel T. Jack, Minneapolis; 1889: 
15965, May 27; 2c. May 27. 3233 

Beauty machine; a farce in 2 acts, by Thatcher 
Howland Guild. Boston, W. H. Baker & co. 
[1906] 29 p. 12". 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D : 9070, 
Sept. 12, 1906; 2c. Nov. 6, 1906. 3234 

Beauty (The) of Helen; a play in 4 acts. 82 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Scammon Lockwood, Wilmette, 
111. ; D : 11636, Oct. 31, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1907. 

3235 



Beauty (The) of Helen — Continued. 

play in 4 acts, by W. S. Lockwood. [162] 

p. 4". TjT)ewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 21, 1910; D: 22612; Walter 
Scammon Lockwood, Wilmette, 111. 323S 

Beauty (The) of Toledo, See Prince Tsaak 
Melinary, 

Beauty (The) parlor; play in 1 act, by E. 
Jordan. 38 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 5, 1913; D : 33171 ; Elizabeth 
Jordan, New York. 3237 

Beauty (The) shop; mnsicaL comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. Pollock and Rennold Wolf. [98] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11. 1913; D: 34982; Channing 
Pollock, Shoreham, N. Y. 3238 

a musical farce in 3 acts, words by J. C. 

Crawford, music by A. Clement. 52 p. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© James C. Crawford and Ada Clement, 
San Francisco ; D : 4542, Jan. 5, 1904 ; 2c. Jan. 
27, 1904. 3239 

play in 1 act, by John G. Collins. 4 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 17, 1912; D : 30701 ; George O. 
Stone, New York. 3240 
by Thomas J. Gray. 12 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Aug. 20, 1913; D: 34205; John Mc- 
Clure Chase, New York. 3241 

Beauty (The) stone; an original romantic mu- 
sical drama in 3 acts, written by Arthur W. 
Pinero and J. Comyns Carr, composed by Ar- 
thur Sullivan, New York, Boosey & co. 

© Chappell & CO., London ; 1898 : 33420, May 
31 ; 2c. May 31. 3242 

Beauty (The), the bully, and the bell-punch. 
Sec Little Enoch Arden. 

Beauty (A) to order; comedy sketch, by H. L. 

Newton and A. S. Hoffman. Chicago and 

New York, The Dramatic publishing company 

[1906] 8 p. 12". 
© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago; D : 9543, 

Nov. 28, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 24, 1906. 3243 

Beauty (The) trust. See Title (The) seekers. 
Beaux (Les) messieurs de Bois-Dore. See 

Mario. '^ 

Beaux stratagem. See Recruiting officer.— 

Representative English dramas from Dry- 
den to Sheridan. 
Beaver (The) coat. See Dramatic works of 

Gerhart Hauptmann. 
Bebe; or. The mistakes of a night, a comedy in 

3 acts, by F. Howe, jr. 

© Frank Howe, jr.. New London, Conn.; 

1SS8 : 17256, June 16. 
See also Baby. 



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3265 



Bebe s'amuse; vaudeville en 2 actes et 3 tab- 
leaux, ])i\v Dnuiel Jourda et Lucicn Hoclae. 
Paris, C. Joxibert. 6S p. S°. 

© Jime 13, 1014; Ic. June 20, 1914; D: 
37364; Joubert, Paris. 3244a 

Bec_(Le) de gaz; comedie en 1 acte [de] Robert 
Dieudonne. Paris, Georges Ondet, 1900. G4 p. 

. 12°. 

© G. Ondet, Paris : D : 16065, June 14, 1009 ; 
2e. June 14, 1909. 3245 

Because he loved David so. See Power of 
Purini, 

Because his love proved false; a drama in 4 
iicts, by L. J. L. Stihvell. 61 p. f". Type- 
written. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 320.S9, Jan. 3, 1908; 2c. Apr. 13, 1908. 3246 

Because I love you; drama in 4 acts, by John 
A. Fraser. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Cbicago; 1899:68873. 
Oct. 23; 2c. Nov. 17. 3247 

■ dramatic sketch, by J. Snyder. 

© John Snvder. Wellesley Hills, ]Mass. ; D : 
570. June 12, 1901. 3248 

Because of Ann; playlet for 4 people, by J. G. 
Lyle. 22 p. 4°. TyiJewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 13, 1914 ; D : 38470 ; John Geddes 
Lyle, San Francisco. 3248a 

Because of honour; a drama in 5 acts, by E. 
J. :M. Hart. Typewritten. 

© Edgar J. M. Hart, New York; 1899: 
70205, Oct. 28; 2c. ]Mar. 28, 1900. 3249 

Becerro (El) de oro; vaudeville en 1 acto, di- 
vidido en 3 cuadros, libro de J. Capella, mti- 
slca del maestro Alvarez del Castillo. Ma- 
drid. Sociedad de autores espauoles, 1909. 38 
p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 : 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 10250 ; 
Jacinto Capella, Madrid. 3250 

Beckers geschichte. See Midnight (A) prom- 
ise. 

Becky; a play in 4 acts, by W. I. Cohn. 68 p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© William Isaac Cohn, New York; D: 
14425, Dec. 1, 1908; 2c. Jan. 14, 1909. 3251 

play in 1 act, by L. Kreke. 18 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 3, 1915; D: 40542; Lillian Kreke. 
Toledo, O. 3251a 

• a play in 3 acts, by W. I. Cohn. SO p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© William Isaac Cohn, New York; D: 
13702, Sept. 2, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 16, 1908. 3252 

Becky Mix; an American comedy drama in 4 
acts, by C. W. Tayleure. 

© Clifton W. Tayleure. Brooklyn; 1876: 
9870, Aug. 30. 3253 



Becky Sharp; a drama in 5 acts, by H. Peterson. 

© Henry Peterson, Philadelphia ; 1S78 : 890, 

Jan. 21. 3254 

^a dr.-ima in 4 acts, by George F. Rowe and 

C. W. Barry. 

© Cluirles W. Barry, New York; 1S72 : 
10554, Oct. 3. 3255 

-; a play in 4 acts, by L. Mitchell. 

© Lnngdou Mitchell, New York; 1899: 
71934, Nov. 3 ; 2c. Dec. 16. 3256 

Becoming a prince; or. Earning the birthright, 
pl;!y in 4 acts, by J. P. Lynne, 107 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© le. May 6, 1911; D: 24149; John Peter 
Lynne, New York. 3257 

Bed-rock; ;'. drama in 5 acts, by D. Hanchett. 

© D. Hiuichett, Indianapolis ; 1878 : 13085, 

Nov. 12. 3258 

play in 3 acts, by B. Ongley and R. Madden. 

95]). 4°. Typewritten. [Note: Title changed 
. to Borrowed money] 

© Ic. Apr. S, 1913 ; D : 32907 ; Byron Ongley 

and Richard Madden, New York. 3259 

Bed-rock (The) flume; a mining drama in 4 
acts, by A. Carr. Hill City, S. D., 1909. 48 p. 
24°. 

© Albert Carr, Hill City, S. D. ; D : 15768. 
May 3, J909; 2c. June 26, 1009. 3260 

Bedad, by O'Dowd; an original burlesque in 
2 acts, by J. F. Poole. 

© John F. Poole, New York; 1873:2397, 
Mar. 11. 3261 

Beddingford Junction; modern mystery drama 
in prologue, 1 act and epilogue, by G. L. Wha- 
len. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 20, 1915; D: 40130; Geoffrey L. 
Whalen, Cambridge, Mass. 3261a 

Bedeviled (The) studio; magical drama, by O. 
S. Teale. [11] p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1910; D: 21745; Oscar S. 
Teale, New York. 3262 

Bee (The) and the butterfly; a modern Ameri- 
cnn drnnia in 3 acts, by F. F. Schrader. 

© Fred. F. Schrader, New York ; D : 10091, 
June 3, 1007. 3263 

Bee (The) flat; play in 2 acts, by H. M. Deane. 
[25] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1913; D: 34174; Hazel May 
Deane. Providence, R. I. 3264 

Bee (A) in her bonnet; a farce in 1 act, by C. 
A'ezina. 30 p. 4°. Tj-pewritten. 

© Cyril Yezina, New York; D : 10386, Apr. 
20. 1007; 2c. Apr. 12, 1907. 3265 



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3288 



Beecher, Mass.; comedy in 3 acts, by H. Saint- 
Giuicleus. 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1909 ; D : 17029 ; Homer Saint- 
Gaudeus, Windsor, Vt. 3266 

Beehive (The) 8". Typewritten. 

© Josepli Frederick, Grent Britain; D: 
3S76. Anj,'. 22, 1903; 2c. Aug. 24, 1903. 3267 

Beelzebub; <i fantastic drama in 4 acts, by B. 
(Jrenie, rev. and tr. from the French into Eng- 
lish l>y Carol Reginald. Typewritten. 

© Bartlielemv Grenie, United States; 1899: 
50074, Aug. 3; 2c. Aug. 3. 3268 

Be-el 'ze-bub and Prince Schub; book and lyr- 
ics for a musical comedy in 3 acts, by W. 
Busch. Go p. 4". Typewritten. 

© William Busch, St. Louis ; D : 13674, Aug. 
28, 1908; 2c. Oct. 13, 1908. 3269 

Bees (The). 

© B. C. Hart, Cleveland; 1896:70950. Dec. 
80. 3270 

Beethoven; piece en 3 actes en vers, par R. 
Fancbois. 1 p. 1., 96 p. 12". 

© Rene Fancbois, Paris; D : 15524. Apr. 3. 
1909 ; 2c. Apr. 3. 1909. 3271 

sketch in 1 act, by D. Bowles. 12 p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1911 ; D : 23922 ; Donald 
Bowles, Gloucester, Mass. 3272 

Befehl (Der) des fiirsten; ein lustspiel in 1 
vorspiel und 3 akten, von Robert Overweg. 
Berlin, Theaterverlag E. Bloch. 115 p. 12°. 

© Edunrd Bloch. Berlin; D : 15217, Mar. 1, 
1909; 2c. Mar. 1, 1909. 3273 

Beffa (La); drame italien, en 4 actes, en vers, 
de S. Benelli, transposition en vers frangais 
de J. Richepin. (L'lllustration theatrale, no. 
142, 19 mars 1910) 

© Mar. 19, 1910; 2c. Apr. 15, 1910; D : 20707. 
Sem Benelli & Jean Richepin, Paris. 3274 

Befo' de wah. See Uncle Abe. 

Before and after; warning in 1 act, by L. 
Cowen. [1], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 20, 1912; D: 30482; Laurence 
Cowen, London. 3275 

Before and after taking; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Ditrichstoin. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Leo Ditrichstein, New York ; D : 6428, 
Mar. 21, 1905; 2c. Mar. 21, 1905. 3276 

Before and after the battle; in 1 act. 

© Richard E. Thomas, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1900 A : 27405, Nov. 3. 3277 

Before and after the war; a comedy in 5 acts, 
by B. G. Lovejoy. 

© B. G. Lovejoy, Washington; 1877:3913, 
Apr. 2. 3278 



Before and after the war — Continued. 

-a 4 act spectacular comedy, by Billy Mc- 

Clain. 

© Billy McClain, Indianapolis; 1894:52288, 

Nov. 9. 3279 

See also Uncle Zenos. 

Before and now; playlet, by H. M. Dills. 17 p. 
4°. Typev.-ritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1915 ; D : 40713 ; Holland Mc- 
Tyrie Dills, New York. 3279a 

Before and then after. 4 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© C. Green, New York ; D : 12023, Dec. 31, 

1907; 2c. Feb. 25, 1908. 3280 

Before breakfast; comedy in 1 act. by Githa 
Sowerby. New York, S. French; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1913. 20 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 21, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 24, 1913 ; D : 34855 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 3281 

^ farce comedy in 3 acts, by A. Leiber. 79 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. IMar. 20, 1915 ; D : 40433 ; Allen Leiber, 
Chicago. 3281a 

Before dawn; play in 1 act, by D. Potter. [2], 
31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Julv 28. 1913; D: 33902; Dorothy 
Potter, Chicago. 3282 

(Vor sonnenauf gang') ; pocial drama, by 

Gerhart Hauptmann, tr. by L. Bloomfield. 

(In Poet lore, v. 20, no. 4, July-AuguBt, 1909) 

© Aug. 2, 1909 : 2c. Feb. 16, 1910 ; D : 20201 ; 

Leonard Bloomfield, Boston. 3283 

^ee also Dramatic works of Gerhart 

Kauptmann. 

Before dawn of day; dramatic playlet, by B. M. 
Engle. [101 p. 'f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1913; D: 35293; Bill Maurice 
Engle, Brooklyn. 3284 

Before (A) dinner scene at the house of the 
Montagues. 

© Marv Mav Boynton, Franklin, O. ; 1898: 
61054, Oct. 17; 2c. Nov. 16. 3285 

Before man was; play in 6 acts, by S. C. Ott. 
[11. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 13, 1912; D: 31381; Susanna C. 
Ott, Tropico, Cal. 3286 

Before Santiago; comedy drama in 1 act, by C. 
Ellis. 23 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 19, 1910; D: 21886; Chas. Ellis. 
Rock Island, 111. 3287 

Before the amendments. See Eph. — Lucre. 

Before the coronation; comedy in 1 act, by F. 
Schaefer. [11] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1911; D: 23830; Fred Schae- 
fer, San Francisco. 3288 



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3313 



Before the curtain ro6e; play in 1 act, by E. S. 
Tupper. [2], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 8, 1913; D : 32954 ; Edith Ses- 
sions Tupper, New Yorlc. 3289 

Before the dawn; drama in 1 act, by E. M- 
Crane. [1], 2o p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1913; D: 34126; Eleanor 
Maud Crane, New York. 3290 

Before the dawn of history; a play without 
words. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert Scully, Somerville, N. J. , D : 9579, 
Dec. 5, 1906; 2c. Dec. 5, 1906. 3291 

Before the Gringos came. 

© Herbert A. Rogers, Santa Barbai-a, Cal. ; 
D : 9013, Aug. 29, 1906. 3292 

■ a comedy drama in 4 acts, by H. D. Cot- 

trell. 77 p. f . Tyiiew^ritten. 

© Charles Henrv Farrell, San Francisco; 
D : 7950, Feb. 6, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 23, 1906. 3293 

Before the hour; a modern drama, by M. Fair- 
weather. 167 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mary Fairweather, Guilford, Conn. ; D : 
13656, Aug. 26, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1908. 3294 

Before the king; play by J. I. Whitcher. 12 p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1912; D : 29331 ; Jean Ingham 
Whitcher, San Francisco. 3295 

Before the night show; a play in 1 act, by 
David Marshall [pseud, of D. Marks] [1], 
9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1913 ; D : 32281 ; David Marks, 
New York. 3296 

Before the play; dramatic monologue, by E. 
Barrington. [4], 12 p. obi. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 19. 1913; D: 32425; Ethel Bar- 
rington, Philadelphia. 3297 

1 act comedy drama, by Margaret Keeue 

and A. J. PYank. 19 p. 4°. Tyi^ewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 25, 1910; D : 20291 : Bert S. 
Frank and Anna Jordan Frank, Chicago. 

3298 

Before the rummage sale; entertainment in 1 
act, by G. S. Shephard. New York, S. French ; 
London, S. French, ltd. 31 p. 12". 

© July 30.. 1913: 2c. July 31. 1913; D: 
33955; Samuel French, New York. 3299 

Before the show; in 1 act, by O. T. Johnsone. 
[81 ]). f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1911 ; D : 25425 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 3300 

■ play in 1 act, by M. Wentworth. 7 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1913 ; D : 35678 ; May Went- 
worth, New York. 3300a 



Before the war. 

© Edw.ird Lawrence Merritt, So. Berkeley, 
Cal. ; D : 11660, Nov. 5, 1907. 3301 

a musical comedy in 1 act, by Walter H. 

Ne.:ll. Philadelphia, The Penn pub. co., 1908. 
13 p. 12". 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia; D : 13617, 
Aug. 20, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 19, 1908. 3302 

Before the war and after emancipation. . . 
i^ce Afrinierican (The) 

Before them all; comedy in 1 act, by H. Bagg. 
15 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1912; D: 31311; Helen Bagg, 
Chicago. 3303 

Before twelve; or. My last chance, a comedy 
in 1 act, by B. F. and E. M. Clinton. [2], 18 
p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1912; D: 29079; B. F. and 
11 M. Clinton, Brooklyn. 3304 

Befreiung (Die) des Oidipus. See Dionysische 
tragedien. 

Beggar (The) and the maid; playlet in 1 act, 
by M. Medbury. 25 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 26, 1911; D: 25609; Martin Med- 
bury, Alameda, Cal. 3305 

Beggar (The) child; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by J. C. Freund. 

© John C. Freund, New York ; 1884 : 20800, 
Oct. 16. 3306 

Beggar (A) on horseback; by J. M. Lippmann. 

© Julie M. Lippmann, Brooklyn; 1891 : 7542, 
Feb. 27. 3307 

a comedy in 4 acts, by Mrs. Harry Beckett. 

© Harry Beckett, New York; 1880:1212, 
Jan. 20. 3308 

comedy in 3 acts, by W. Holcomb. 

© Willard Holcomb, Washington; 1899: 
10035, Feb. 2. 3309 

a domestic comedy drama in 3 acts, by J. 

A. King and G. E. Hall. 

© George PI Hall and John A. King, Brook- 
lyn ; D:1957, May 31. 1902. 3310 

Beggar (The) prince; an operatic comedy in 
3 acts, by Frank A. Wade. 

© F. A. Wade, Lawrence, Kan.; 1900 A: 
31100, Dec. 24. 3311 

Sec also Enjoyable entertainments. 

Beggar (The) Venus; a romantic drama in 3 

acts, by A. L. Wright. Chicago, T. S. Denison. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1888 : 28935. Oct. 

11; 2c. Oct. 29. 3312 

Beggars; a Mexican study. 13 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Mae Lewerenz, Detroit; D : 9652, Dec. 
17, 1900; 2c. Dec. 17, 1906. 3313 



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3335 



Beggars on horseback; a comedy-drama. 

© Gus Williams, New York; 1891:14800, 
Apr. 21. 3314 

a new domestic drama, iu a prologue and 



4 acts, by F. D. Skiff. 

© Frank D. Skiff, Chicago ; 1874 : 15564, 
Dec. 26. 3315 

Beggar's opera. See Hepresentative English 
dramas from Dryden to Sheridan. 

Beginning (The) and ending of cabaret; play 
iu 1 act, by M. Sunderland. 2 p. f". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 6, 1913 ; D : 37019 ; May Sunder- 
land, Chicago. 3315a 

Beginning (The) and the end; by E. A. Spen- 
cer. Typewritten. 

© Elihu A. Spencer, Buffalo ; D : 3119, Mar. 
12, 1903 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1903. 3316 



5 p. 



Type- 



Beginning (The) of the end. 
written. 

© John J. Cavanaugh, Pittsburgh ; D : 
14155, Oct. 27, 1908; 2c. Oct. 27, 1908. 3317 

comedy drama in 4 acts, by I. Witmark and 



Fred B. Hawkins. 

© Isidor Witmark, New York; 1892:7374, 
Feb. 15. 3318 

Beguins (Les) de madanie; vaudeville en 1 
acte, de Henry Moreau et Georges Arnould. 
Paris, C. Joubert. 35 p. S". 

© Dec. 20, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911 ; D : 28089 ; 
Joubert, Paris. 3319 

Begum (The) of Piura. See Buccaneers (The). 

Behind a curtain; a monologue. New York, The 
De Witt ])ublishing house. 

© 11. H. Rnssell & son. New York; 1892: 
52673, Dec. 23; 2c. Dec. 24, 3892; 2c. Dec. 26. 
1893. 3320 

Behind a mask; a drama in 5 acts, by A. K. 
Fulton. 

© A. K. Fulton, Baltimore; 1882:21067. 
Dec. 12. 3321 

original musical and sensational drama, by 

T. D. Haehnlen. 

© Theodore D. Haehnlen, New York ; 1874 : 
11756, Sept. 17. 3322 

Behind closed doors; matrimonial incident in 1 
act, by M. Wallace. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1912 ; D : 28651 ; Morgan Wal- 
lace, New York. 3323 

Behind the big hat; comedy playlet in 1 scene, 
by C. B. Newton. 3 p. f". Tyiiewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1913; D: 32409; Cyrus 
Brownleo Newton, San Francisco. 3324 



Behind the curtain; a dramatic episode in 1 
act, by F. M. Avery. 

© Frank M. Avery, Brooklyn ; 1892 : 33358, 
Aug. 13. 3325 

Behind the door; a 1 act drama, by D. N. Rubin 
and B, Gross. 15 p. 4". Tyi3ewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1914; D: 38572; Daniel N. 
Rubin and Benjamin Gross, Birmingham, Ala. 

3325a 

play in 1 act, by L. Wori'all and Harold 



Simpson. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1909; D: 17130; Lechmere 
Worrall, London. 3326 

Behind the footlights. 9 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Matthew Goldman, New York ; D : 10744, 

June 11, 1907 ; 2c. June 1, 1907. 3327 

Behind the gifts and images; drama, by S. R. 
Hill. 52 p. 4". Tyi:>ewritten. 

© Ic. Jiui. 24, 1910; D : 20010 ; Stella Rich- 
mond Hill, Grand Rapids, Mich. 3328 

drama in 4 acts, by S. R. Hill. 62 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1910; D: 22887; Stella Rich- 
mond Hill, Grand Rapids, Mich. 3329 

Behind the mask, a drama in 3 acts, 6 scenes, 
by L. L. Leser. 

© Lotta L. Leser, Philadelphia; D : 4381, 
Dec. 7, 1903. 3330 

play in 1 act, by O. T. Johnsone. 16 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1915; D: 39826; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 3330a 

Behind the moon; play in 1 act, by O. T. John- 
sone. 7 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1912; D: 30677; Otto T. 
Johnsone, Brooklyn. 3331 

Behind the portiere; the tragedy of a woman's 
he;irt, by G. Andrews. 

© Gertrude Andrews, Brooklyn ; D : 2656, 
Nov. 29, 1902. 3332 

Behind the scenes; a droll, diverting and de- 
scriptive drama, interspersed with songs, 
dunces, and dialogue, illustrative of the life 
of an actor, invented, written, arr. and acted 
exclusively by the Vokes family. 

© Harrv W. Corbyn, New York; 1873: 
11676, Oct. 10. 3333 

a 1 act play, by J. Goldberg. 15 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 12, 1909; D: 16300; Jack Gold- 
berg, New York. 3334 

play in 4 acts, by M. Mayo. [159] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1911; D: 23688; Margaret 
Mayo, New York. 3335 



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3336 



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3350 



Behind the scenes — Continued. 

a prologue, 4 act, Franco-American play, 

of theatrical life, by J. H. Rohde. 

© John H. Rohde, Cambridgeport, Mass. ; 

1885 : 22392, Oct. 2G. 3336 

or. The stage manager's dilemma, a mer- 



cantile drama in 3 acts, by L. W. Seavey. 

© Lafayette W. Seavey, New York; 1872: 
1248, Feb. 8; 2c. Feb. 8, 1892. 3337 

Behind the scenes of the war; by Count Leo 
Leovitch Tolstoy. 75 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Astrid Gardiner Kimball, London; 
D : 7677, Dec. 7, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 7, 1905. 3338 

Behind the screen; play in 1 act, by F. Pangle. 
[5] p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1914; D: 38866; Frances Pan- 
gle, New York. 3338a 

by N. Shipman. [1], 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1914; D : 36765 ; Nell Ship- 
man, New York. 3338b 

Behind the times; comedy drama in 3 acts, by 
E. B. Lent. [90] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1914; D : 36867 ; Edward B. 
Lent, Freeport, N. Y. 3338c 

Behind the trenches; play in 1 act, by L. R. 
:\Iorris. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1915; D: 39730; Lloyd R. 

Morris, New York. 3338d 

Behold the man; comedy in 4 acts, by S. D. 
Gaspers. 100 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 18, 1914; D: 37354; Selastian 
D. Gaspers, Chicago. 3338e 

drama of Biblical times in 4 acts, by G. D. 

Baker. [6], 52 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 6, 1911; D: 23283; George D. 

Baker and James W. Castle, New York. 3339 

Behold thy wife; play in 3 acts, by William 

Harlowe [pseud, of W. H. Briggs] 142 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 20. 1910; D: 20846; William H. 
Briggs, New York. 3340 

Behold your house; play in 1 act, by H. E. 
Lucas. 21 p. 4°. Tj^pewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1910; D : 20137 ; Helene Elise 
Lucas, New York. 3341 

Bei kaisers; schwank in 3 akten, von Max Heye. 
Berlin, Berliner theater-verlag, g. m. b. h. 
71 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1913; D: 34878; Berliner 
theater-verlag. g. m. b. h., Berlin. 3342 

Beichtgeheimnis (Das); drama in 5 nkten nach 
dem franzosischen. von A. Meyer-Eigen. 97 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

■© Ic. Aug. 29. 1912 ; D : 30694 ; Aug. Meyer- 
Eigen. New York. 3343 



Beiden (Die) findlinge; romantisch-komische 
oper in 4 akten. 

© Franz A. Sauer, United States; 1881: 
11810, July 30. 3344 

Beiden (Die) husaren; operette in 3 akten, von 
Wilhelm Jacoby und Rudolph Schanzer, mu- 
sik von Leon Jessel. Berlin, F. Bloch erben. 
144 p. S". 

© Ic. Sept. 19, 1913 ; D : 34544 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 3345 

Same. Berlin, F. Bloch erben, 1913. 50 p. 



16°. 

© Feb. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Apr. 7, 1913 ; D : 32857 ; 
Felix Bloch erben, Berlin. 3346 

Beiden (Die) reichenmueller. See Father-in- 
law (The) 

Beiden (Die) stromer. See Fiinf kombdien. 

Beiden (Die) waisen; a romantic drama in 6 
acts, tr. into the German. 

© Leonard Grover, Chicago ; 1875 : 11106, 
Oct. 23. 3347 

Bekehrt; lustspiel In 1 aufzug, von E. Posche. 
© Eiiniia Posche, Washington ; 1892 : 22634, 
May 28. 3348 

Bel-ami; piece en 4 actes et 8 tableaux, d'apres 
le roman de Guy de Maupassant, par F[er- 
nand] Noziere [pseud, of Fernand Weyl] 
(Supplement gratuit au no. 2873 du j\Ioude 
illustre, 20 avril 1912) 

© Apr. 20, 1912 ; 2c. May 11, 1912 ; D : 29642 ; 
Fernand Noziere, Paris. 3349 



Belgian (A) belle; playlet, by E. Andreas. 
27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1915; D: 40935; Eulalle An- 
dreas, New York. 3349a 

Belgian Christmas eve; being Rada rewritten 
and enlarged as an episode of the great war, 
bv Alfred Noyes. New York, F. A. Stokes co. 
[1915] vi p., 1 1., 71 p. front., plates. 12". 

© Mar. 4, 1915; 2c. and aff. Mar. 6, 1915; 
A : 397017 ; Frederick A. Stokes co.. New 
York. 3349b 

Belgian (The) invasion; a stirring play in 4 
acts, by F. M. Franklin. 4 v. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 24, 1914; D : 38597 ; Frank M. 
Franklin, New York. 3349c 

Belgian (The) refugee; play in 4 acts, by G. 
Gibson. 110 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1915; D : 40267 ; Gerolt Gib- 
son, New York. 3349d 

Belgrade; a melodrama in 4 acts, by J. W. 
Meath. Chicago. A. B. Case, 1871. 

© J. W. Meath, Chicago; 1871:6673, July 
15. 3350 



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3372 



Belhaven, the future city; by L. H. Cowan, f. 
Typewritten. 

© Louise Henry Cowan, Weatlierford, 
Tex.; D:9689, Dec. 24, 1906; 2c. Feb. 18, 
1907. 3351 

Believe as you list. See Masterpieces of the 
English drama: Philip Massinger. 

Believe rne, Xantippe; comedy in 4 acts, by 
J. F. Ballard. [161] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 18, 1912 ; D : 31414 ; John Fred- 
erick Ballard, Cambridge, Mass. 3352 

Believe your wife. See Blind jealousy. 

Belinda; or, The maid of sincerity. 

© Robert Loch, New York; 1899:60590, 
Sept. 21. 3353 

Belinda B. Boles. See Flirting. 

Belinda's burglar; comedy playlet in 1 act, by 
L. Williams. 17 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1910; D: 20225; Laurence 
Williams, St. Louis. 3354 

Belinde; ein liebesstiick in 5 aufziigen, von Her- 
bert Eulenberi,'. Leipzig, E. Rowohlt verlag, 
1912. [3], 88 p. 8°. 

© Oct. 15. 1912; 2c. Jan. 6. 1913; D: 31879; 
Enist Rowohlt verlag, Leipzig. 3355 

Bell Berkeley's revenge. See Ball's Bluff. 

Sell (The) boy; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. I). Flynn. 

© James D. Flynn, New York; 1897:29331, 
May 14. 3356 

a 3 act farce, by \Y. F. Phillips. 

© Will Ford Phillips, New York; 1899: 
14616, Feb. 23. 3357 

Bell (The) boy and the tramp; play in 1 act, 
by W. W. Munro. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1913; D: 35518; William 
Wallace Munro, New York. 3358 

Bell (The) boy at Rector's; a drama in 4 acts, 

by M. Thompson. [2], 48 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1912; D: 29880; Marshall 

Thompson, Opelousas, La. 3359 

Bell (The) boy's busy day; sketch for three peo- 
ple, by Charlotte Maude Miller. 6 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© C. M. Miller, New York; D : 9608, Dec. 
19, 190G ; 2c. Dec. 10, 1906. 3360 

Bell (A) boy's troubles; by F. W. Purcell. 9 p. 
12°. Typewritten. 

© Frank W. Purcell, Toledo, O. ; D : 3836, 
Aug. 17, 1903; 2c. Aug. 26, 1903. 3361 

Bell Cameron, the lass of Glenmoyle. Type- 
written. 

© .Jessie P.eattie Thomas, Red Bud, 111. ; 
1894 : 28476, July 7 ; Ic. July 7. 3362 



Bell (The) hop; play in 1 act. by H. S. Brum- 
mell. 19 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© le. Dec. 23, 1912; D: 31764; Harry S. 
Brummell, Brazil, Ind. 3363 

a sketch for two males and one female, by 



J. L. Treat and W. E. Munger. 

© James L. Treat and Walter E. Munger, 
Chicago ; D : 5795, Nov. 18, 1904. 3364 

Bell (The) in the fog. See Hurricane (The) 

Bell (The) maker. See Cosset of the bells. 

Bell (The) of Guadalupe; a play in 4 acts, 
founded on the history of the late Mexican 
war of '47, by B. Creighton. Typewritten. 

© Bertha Ci'eighton, New York; 1894: 
27929. July 5; Ic. received. 3365 

Bell (The) of Narragansett Bay. See Maid 
(The) of the light. 

Bell (The) ringer. See Voice (The) of the 
bell. 

Bell Rock; an opera of colonial days, words by 
N. W. Leavitt, music by B. E. Leavitt. 20 p. 
8". 

© Burton Emerson Leavitt, Putnam, Conn. ; 
1900 A: 3249, Feb. 5; 2c. Sept. 18. 3366 

Bella; schauspiel in 3 akten, von Desider Szo- 
mory, deutsch von Franz Rajna. Miinchen, 
I^rei masken-verlag, g. m. b. h. 128 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Mar. 26, 1913; D: 32946; Drei mas- 
ken verlag, Munich. 3367 

Bella (La) Charito; juguete comico-lirico en 1 
acto, y en in-osa, de L. Carrillo y A. R. Fer- 
randiz. milsica de los maestros M. Ribas y 
L. R. Arteaga. Madrid, Sociedad de autores 
espauoles, 1909. 17 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16257 ; 
Leopoldo Carrillo y Antonio R. Ferrandiz. 
Madrid. ' 3368 

Bella Demonia; a play in 4 acts, by Selina 
Dnlaro. 

© C. Franklvn Chattertou, New York; 1888: 
22112. Aug. 1. 3369 

a society drama in 4 acts, by Selina Dolaro. 

© Barclav Warburton, New York; 1891: 
1,SS74. May 23. 3370 

Bella donna; a farce in 1 act, by F. Mandel. 
21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank Mandel. San Francisco; D : 13230, 
June 23, 1908; 2c. June 23, 1908. 3371 

a 4 act comedy, by E. Hornsby. 13 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Edward Hornsby, New York; D : 14828. 
Jan. 16, 1909; Ic. Jan. 11, 1909; Ic. Jan. 16, 
1909. 3372 



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3373 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



3392 



Bella (La) Lucerito; entremes de S. y J. Al- 
varez Quintero. con mtlsica de Saco del Valle. 
Madrid, Sociedad de autores espauoles, 1907. 
16 p. 8". 

© Serafiu & Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, Ma- 
drid; D: 11027, July 22, 1907; 2c. July 22, 
1907. 3373 

Bella (La) Tripita; juguetito comico-lirico-bail- 
able, dividido en 3 cuadros insigniflcantes, en 
prosa, original de Fernando C. Duarte y An- 
gel Palacios Martin, musica de los maestros 
Crespo y Quislant. Madrid, Sociedad de au- 
tores espauoles, 1911. 17 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25011; F. C. Duarte y A. Palacios Martin, 
Madrid. , 3374 

Bellaire; by W. H. Magee. 24 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Walter H. Magee, Plymouth, Pa.; D: 
14799, Jau. 12, 1909; 2c. Jan. 12, 1909. 3375 

Bellamy (The) farm; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Wilson. 

© Jav H. Wilson, Newarli, N. J.; 1891: 

13389, Apr. 13. 3376 

Belle (La) au Bois-Dormant; f eerie lyrique en 
vers en unprologue, 2 parties. 14 tableaux, 
par J. Richepin et H. Cain. [Paris, luipr. de 
I'lllustration, 1908] 89 p. 12°. 

© Henri Cain & Jean Richepin, Paris; D: 
12149, Jan. 10, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 11, 1908. 3377 

Belle (La) aventure; comedie en 3 actes, de G. 
A. de Caillavet, Robert de Flers et E. Rey. 
[200] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1914; D: 35732; G. A. de 
Caillavet, R. de Flers & Etienne Rey, Paris. 

3377a 

Same. 38 p. {In La petite illustration, no. 



61, 2 mai 1914. serie-theatre-no. 37) 

© May 2, 1914 ; Ic. May 27, 1914 ; D : 37140 ; 
G.-A. de Caillavet, Robert de Flers & Etienne 
Rey, Paris. 3377b 

Belle Brandon; an American play in 4 acts, by 
E. J. Ellsworth. 107 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Emily Orah Janvrin Ellsworth, New 
York ; D : 14949, Jan. 30, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 30, 
1909. 3378 

Belle (La) Creole; musical comedy in 3 acts, 
book by J. M. I^eveque, music by Bessie Boniel. 
100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1911; D: 23498; J. M. Le- 
veque. New York. 3379 

or, Blanche Daponte; a melodrama in 5 

acts, by J. L. Roche. 

© James L. Roche, Peusacola, Fla. ; 1882: 
10020, June 19. 3380 

Belle et la Bete. See Drames et comedies, par 
Marguerite Dupres. 



Belle (La) Helene; ballet in several composi- 
tions, invented and arr. by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; 1887:2677, 
Feb. 3. 3381 

play in 1 act. by B. C. Mason. [2], 32 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 9, 1913; D: 33187; Ben C. Ma- 
son, Washington. 3382 

Belle Jones claim; play in 4 acts, by Frank 
Dare [pseud, of Mrs. A. C. Read] 4 v. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1915; D: 38667; Mrs. Alvan 
Chambliss Read, San Juan, Porto Rico. 3382a 

Belle Keathing; play in prelude and 3 acts, by 
V. K. Kelly. [80] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1911 ; D : 23475 ; Veronica K. 
Kelly, Philadelphia. 3383 

Belle (La) Madame Heber; comedie en 4 actes, 
par A. Hermant. 46 p. 8°. Tyi^ewritten. 

© Abel Hermant, Paris; D : 7361, Oct. 5, 
1905; 2c. Oct. 5, 1905. 3384 

Belle-maman; comedie en 3 actes, par V. Sar- 
dou et R. Deslandes. [Paris, Impr. de I'lllus- 
tration] 1908. 2 p. 1., 97 p. 12°. 

© Yictorien Sardou and Raymond Des- 
landes, France; D : 13670, Aug. 28, 1908; 2c. 
Aug. 28, 1908. 3385 

Belle (La) Marie; musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
P. .Musaeus. 22 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 5, 1913; D: 33722; Paul Mu- 
saeus, Scranton, Pa. 3386 

or, A woman's revenge. Typewritten. 

© Agues Herndon Andruss, New York ; 
1898:19980, Mar. 28; 2c. Mar. 28. 3387 



a comedy drama in 5 acts, by Henry 

Preston and Joseph A. Jessel. New York, 
A. S. Seer, 1889. 

© Agnes Herndon, New York ; 1889 : 25093, 
Aug. 15. 3388 

changed from the original from sug- 



gestion of J. A. Jessel and re-written by Hal 
Reid and J. A. Jessel. 

© Agnes Herndon and Joseph A. Jessel, 
New Yt)rk ; 1889 : 25726, Aug. 23. 3389 

Belle (La) Marseillaise; piece en 4 actes, par 
P. Bertou. 

© Pierre Berton, Paris; D : 13363. July 18, 
1908. [For copies reed, see D: 13258.] 3390 

Same. p. 619-042, illus. 8°. 

© Pierre Berton, Paris; D : 13258, June 29, 
1908: 2c. June 29, 190S (acts 1, 2) ; 2c. July 
18, 1908 (acts 2-4). 3391 
a play in 4 acts, by P. Berton. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Pierre Berton, Paris ; D : 5065, May 24, 
1904; 2c. May 24, 1904. 3392 



160 



3393 



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3416 



Belle-mere impossible; by F. G. Buchanan. 8 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 2, 1909; D: 17596; Frances 
Grant Buchanan, Denver. 3393 

Belle-Nivernaise (La); piece en 4 actes, tiree 
du ronian d'Alphonse Daudet, par Mme. Quili- 
chini. Paris, Librairie Ch. Delagrave. 94 p. 
12^ 

© Feb. 27, 1914; 2c. Mar. 17, 1914; D: 
36379 ; Ch. Delagrave, Paris. 3393a 

Belle of Antioch. 

© Harry Colon Wood, Providence, R. I.; 
D : 5527, Sept. 13, 1904. 3394 

Belle (The) of Avenue A; by W. D. Cobb. 

© Will D. Cobb, New York; D : 2724, Dec. 
16, 1902. 3395 

a comedy drama. 

© Albert H. Woods, New York; D : 6352, 



Mar. 17, 1905. 



3396 



Belle (The) of Bingville; comedy talking act, 
by F. Whitfield. 1 p. 1., [21] p. 4^ Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1912; D: 28900; Frederick 
Whitfield, Chicago. 3397 

Belle (The) of Bohemia (Verses from); a mu- 
sical comedy in 2 acts, libretto by H. B. 
Smith, music by Ludwig Englander. . . [New 
York?] 1900. 30 p. 8°. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; 1900 A: 
23558, Sept. 22; 2c. Sept. 22. 3398 

Belle (The) of Boston; by M. Ott. 

© Matthew Ott, Boston; D : 8491, May 7, 
1906. 3399 

Belle (The) of Brittany; a Breton musical play 
in 2 acts, by L. Bantock and P. J. Barrow, 
lyrics by P. Greenbank, music by H. Talbot 
and M. Home. 125 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Leedham Bantock, P. J. Barrow, Percy 
Greenbank, Howard Talbot and Marie Home, 
London; D : 14123, Oct. 23, 1908; 2c. Oct. 23, 
1908. 3400 

musical play in 2 acts, by Leedham Ban- 
tock and P. J. Barrow, lyrics by Percy <Jreen- 
bank, music by Howard Talbot and Marie 
Home. London, Keith Prowse & co., ltd. 
[1908] 40 p. 8", 

© Keith Prowse & cc, ltd., London; D: 
14208, Oct. 26, 1908; 2c. Oct. 26, 1908. 3401 

Belle of Broadway; a musical farce. 

© Albert H. Woods, New York; D : 6575, 
Apr. 26, 1905. 3402 

play in 4 acts. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frederic Arnold Kummer, New York ; D : 
12338, Feb. 10, 1908; 2c. Mar. 20, 1908; 2c. 
scenario Feb. 10, 1908. 3403 



Belle (The) of Chicago; a burlesque in 3 acts. 

© Harry B. Clifford, Chicago ; 1898 : 13085, 

Feb. 23. 3404 

Belle (The) of Chinatown; play in 1 act, by W. 
Montague. [1], 13 p. 4° Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1913; D : 32914 ; Walter 
Montague, San Francisco. 3405 

Belle (The) of Cripple Creek; a 4 act comedy 
drama, by C. E. Blaney. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York; 1897:61363, 
Oct. 30. 3406 

Belle (The) of Dodoloo. See. Juggler (The). 

Belle (The) of Hades; or. The daughters of 
Satan, a musical spectacular, farcical, dra- 
matic frivolity in 3 acts, by Guy Caufman. 
t°. Typewritten. 

© Madelon Caufman, Joplin, Mo. ; D : 10338, 
Apr. 13, 1907; 2c. Apr. 15, 1907. 3407 

Belle (The) of Hong Kong; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, by H. B. Smith. 

© Harrv B. Smith, New York; D : 7080, 
Aug. 9, 1905. 3408 

Belle (The) of Honolulu. Tyi^ewritten. 

© C. E. Hellertz, Chicago ; 1899 : 66228, Oct. 
12; 2c. Jan. 22, 1900. 3409 

Belle (The) of Japan; a 4 act comedy drama, by 
H. Grattun Donnelly and G. H. Eldon. 54 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1909; D : 16281 ; G. Harris 
Eldon, Alexandria, Ind. 3410 

Belle (The) of Jaytown. Typewritten. 

© Frank Leary, Goodland, Ind. ; 1899 : 
29350, Apr. 29; 2c. Sept. 30. 3411 

Belle of Liberty farm; or, The fortunes of a 
country girl. 31 p. t". Typewritten. 

© James Frederick Coulon, Worcester; D: 
8053, Feb. 24, 1906; 2c. Feb. 24, 1906. 3412 

Belle of Luzon. 

© Laurel Rivers, New York ; D : 3465, May 
16, 1903. 3413 

Belle (The) of Manilla. Typewritten. 

© Frank L. Yerance, New York; 1900 A: 
18213, July 23; 2c. Aug. 11. 3414 

-a 3 act farce comedy, by C. H. Colson. 

© Charles H. Colson, Kansas City, Mo. ; D : 
12142, Jan. 8, 1908. 3415 

Belle (The) of Mayfair. See What makes the 
woman. 

Belle (The) of Narragansett Pier. See Maid 

(The) of the lighthouse. 
Belle (The) of Nev/port; a musical story of the 

sea, boolv and lyrics by A. Lowe, music by 

Chas. F. Dennee. 97 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Allen Lowe, Chicago; D : 4115, Oct. 19, 

1903 ; 2c. Oct. 23, 1903. 341 



5379—15- 



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161 



3417 



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3441 



Belle (The) of Richmond; a play in 4 acts, by 
S. S. Toler. 

© Sidney Sommers Toler, Wichita ; D : 1058, 
Nov. 2, 1901. 3417 

among the aristocracy of the South, 

by Sidney S. Toler. [100] p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 22, 1909; D: 16312; Darcy & 
Wolford, inc., New York. 3418 

among the southern aristocracy, by 



<?. S. Toler. 

© Sydney Sommers Toler, New York; D: 
2240, Aug. 15, 1902. 3419 

Belle (The) of Sandy Bottom; 1 act, 3 scenes, 
[by] B. A. Dwyer. 

© Bessie Agnes Dwyer, Washington ; 1899 : 

67163, Oct. 16. 3420 

Belle (The) of Saratoga; a 1 act comedy, by 

W. F. Flemen, [1] 10 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 27, 1909; D: 16643; William 

Flemen, Chicago. 3421 

Bell (The) of Shady lane; comedy sketch, by 

Barry Gray. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1910 ; D : 22397 ; Allen May, 
Philadelphia. 3422 

Belle (A) of Shaker Prairie; comedy drama in 

1 act, by Jacolyn Manning. 10 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 15, 1911; D: 25765; Jacolyn 
Manning Spoerl, Brooklyn. 3423 

Belle (The) of Tahiti; play in 1 act, by W. 
Montague. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1913; D: 34419; Walter 
Montague, San Francisco. 3424 

Belle of the Antilles. 4°. Tjpewritten. 

© Elenor de Berrein Morris, Brooklyn ; D : 
6096, Jan. 19, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 19, 1905. 3425 
Belle (The) of the barbers' ball. 29 p. 4". 
Printed. 

© George M. Cohan, New York ; D : 15280, 

Mar. 8, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1909. 3426 

Belle (The) of the beach; musical comedy in 

2 acts, by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; 1900 A: 
21275, Aug. 25. 3427 

Belle of the Bluegrass. 

© Walter J. Kent, Dundee, Mich. ; D : 7380, 
Oct. 9, 1905. 3428 

Belle (The) of the boulevard; comic opera, in 

3 acts, by N. Picini-Mersereau. 37 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1915 ; D : 40805 ; Nina Picini- 
Mersereau, Sag Harbor, N, Y. 3428a 

a musical comedy in 2 acts and 8 scenes by 

A. Caplin. 78 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Abel Caplin. St. Louis ; D : 16038, June 7, 
1909 ; 2c. May 29, 1909. 3429 



Belle (The) of the Bowery; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by John Kendrick Bangs and Rod- 
eric C. Peufield. 

© J. K. Bangs and R. C. Penfield, New 
York ; D : 3746, July 22, 1903. 3430 

Belle (The) of the Bridal Veil. See Yosemite. 

Belle (The) of the footlights; musical protean 
playlet in 1 act, by I. Franklin and B. Green. 
• 6 p. nar. f". Printed. 

© Ic. Jan. 13, 1911 ; D : 23151 ; Irene Frank- 
lin and Burt Green, New York. 3431 

Belle (The) of the halls; musical comedy in 2 
acts, by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; 1900 A: 
21276, Aug. 25. 3432 

Belle (The) of the Latin-quarter; comic opera 
in 3 acts, by L. L. Everett. 62 p. f^ Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. y, 1911 ; D : 25807 ; Leolyn Louise 
Everett, Willoughby, O. 3433 

Belle (The) of the moon. 5 p. 8". Type- 
written. 

© Frank A. Davidson, Chicago ; D : 2994, 
Feb. 14, 1903; 2c. Feb. 14, 1903. 3434 

comic opera in 3 acts, by A. C. D. Collins. 

[58] p. t". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 5, 1911 ; D : 23840 ; Arthur C. D. 
Collins, London. 3435 

Belle of the Rio Grande. 

© Charles A. Taylor, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ; 
D : 5815, Nov. 23, 1904. 3436 

Belle (The) of the season. See Summer (The) 
girls. 

Belle (The) of the West; a musical comedy in 
3 acts, book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith, 
music by Karl L. Hoschna. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 7171, 
Aug. 28, 1905. 3437 

a play with songs, by H. B. Smith. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© H. B. Smith, New York; D : 5386, Aug. 
8, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 25, 1905. 3438 

Belle (The) of the Willowemock; melodrama, 
by G. Sands. 9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© George Sands, Kansas City, Kan. ; D : 
4230, Nov. 11, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 11, 1903. 3439 

Belle (The) of Tokio; musical extravaganza in 
3 acts, by E. A. Locke. 

© Edwin A. Locke, Chelsea, Mass.; D: 
6342, Mar. 7, 1905. 3440 

Belle (The) of Tubbtown; comedy in 1 act, by 
R. P. Janette. 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 23, 1912; D: 30324; Robert P. 
Janette, Boston. 3441 



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Belle (La) polonaise. See Menage polonaise. 

Belle (La) Rosita; operetta in 2 acts by P. 
Giietai-y and A. Osborn. 21 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 3, 1910; D: 22796; Pedro Gue- 
tary and Augusta Osborn, New York. 3442 

Belle (La) rouge; a drama, adapted by W. F. 
Gilchrest. Typewritten. 

© William F. Gilchrest, New York; 1893: 
42244, Sept. 20; 2c. Sept. 20. 3443 

Belle (La) Busse; a story of intense interest in 
4 chapters, by D. Belasco. 

© Dave Belasco, New York; 1881:17735, 
Nov. 14. 3444 

Belle (La) souris; opera comique in 3 acts, by 
Percy French and G. Guetary. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© G. Guetary. New York; D : 7767, Dec. 27, 
1905; 2c. Dec. 27, 1905. 3445 

Belle, the typewriter girl; or. The vampires of 
Chicago, a phiv in 5 acts, by Bernard Francis 
Moore. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1908. 
44 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 12315, 
Feb. 5, 1908; 2c. Mar. 21, 1908. 3446 

Belles and beaux; musical comedy in 2 acts, 
by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; 1900 A: 
21277, Aug. 25. 3447 

Belles (The) of Blackville; a negro minstrel en- 
tertainment for young ladies, concluding with 
a specialty farce entitled Patchwork, by Net- 
tie H. Pelham. New York, Harold Roorbach. 
© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1897: 
52641, Sept. 20; 2c. Oct. 7. 3448 

See also Patchwork. 

Belles (The) of Canterbury; play in 1 act for 
eleven girls, a Chaucer tale out of school, by 
Anna Bird Stewart. New York, S. French; 
London, S. French, ltd. 20 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 11, 1912; 2c. Nov. 21, 1912; D: 
81434 ; Samuel French, New York. 3449 

Belles (The) of the kitchen; a musical dra- 
matic composition, written and composed by 
H. Wall. New York, H. Wall. 

© Harry Wall, New York ; 1871 : 9608, Oct. 
14. 3450 

an operatical, tragical, comical, farcical, 

and saltatorial extravaganza, in 1 act, in- 
vented, written, arr. and acted exclusively, 
by the Yokes family. 

© Harry W. Corbyn, New York; 1873: 
11678, Oct. 10. 3451 

Belles (The) of Trinity; in 3 acts and 1 pro- 
logue, by W. B. Watson. 

© W. B. Watson, Brooklyn ; D : 1991, May 
23. 1902. 3452 



Bello (El) Delmonte; entremgs c6mico-lIrico- 
taurino, original de A. Sanchez Carrere, 
mtisica de Modesto Romero. Madrid, Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles, 1914. 24 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40087 ; Adolfo Sanchez Carrere, Madrid. 

3452a 

Bell Narciso; juguete c6mIco-lIrico en 1 acto, 
de E. G. del Castillo y L. de Olive, mtisica de 
Ramon Lopez-Montenegro. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1909. 50 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17480 ; Emilio G. del Castillo y Luis de Olive, 
Madrid. 3453 

Bellona; or. Peace and war, grand ballet pan- 
tomime in 1 act and 2 tableaux, by A. Thomp- 
son. 

© Alfred Thompson, New York; 1890: 
6702, Feb. 26. 3454 

Bellow (The), the growl and the you-be-damn. 
Sec Wall street idyl. 

Bells (The); a drama in 3 acts, by C. W. Barry 
and G. F. Rowe. 

© Charles W. Barry, New York ; 1872 : 832, 
Jan. 27. 3455 

by Leopold Lewis. New York, 1872. 



© H. L. Bateman, New York; 1872:1360, 
Feb. 10. 3456 

adapted ... by C. J. Birbeck. New 



York, J. F. Wagner [1904] 96 p. diagrs, 
12°. (Classical dramas, no. 3) 

© Joseph F. Wagner, New York ; D : 5952, 
Dec. 22, 1904; 2c. Dec. 22, 1904. 3457 

— or, The Polish Jew, a romantic moral 
drama in 3 acts, tr. from the French of Erck- 
mann and Chatrian, by Henry L. Williams, jr. 
New York, R. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1872: 
7325, July 8; 2c. Oct. 30. 3458 

— See also Byer's library of tabloid plays. 



Bells (The) of Big Ben; a realistic drama in 4 
acts, by P. Lindon. 

© Percy Lindon, New York; 1892:46318, 
Nov. 14. 3459 

Bells (The) of Bonnydingle. See Good times 
with the juniors. 

Bells (The) of Camulos. See Ramona. 

Bells (The) of Juarez. 7 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Phvllis Griffin Daniels, La Canada, Cal. ; 
D : 14873, Jan. 21, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1909. 

3460 

Bells (The) of San Gabriel; play in 1 act, by 
L. A. Hrubanik. [5] p. 4*. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1913; D: 32278; Laura A- 
Hrubanik, Alameda, Cal. 3461 



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3481 



Bells (The) of Shandon; an Irish comedy 
drama. 

(5) John J. McGinniss, Brooklyn ; 1896 : 

27037, May 2. 3462 

play in 1 act, by W. Montague, 10 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1914 ; D : 38556 ; Walter Mon- 
tague, San Francisco. 3462a 

Bells (The) that rang Nelly a bride; a sensa- 
tion drama, by Richard H. Cox. 

© E. T. Anthony, San Francisco; 1872: 
8941, Aug. 20. 3463 

Belmont's bride; an original comedy drama in 
4 acts and 5 tableaux, by J. K. Tillotson. 

© James K. Tillotson, New York; 1883: 
17957, Oct. 1. 3464 

Beloved (The) rose; or. The murder, by A. 
Blet. 

© Abe Blet, Chicago ; D : 1009, Oct. 25, 1901. 

3465 

Beloved (The) vagabond; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. J. Locke. 11 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© W. J. Locke, London; D : 9299, Oct. 23, 
1906; 2c. Oct. 23, 1906. 3466 

Below stairs; an original comedy, by W. A. 
Page. Typewritten, 

© William Adino Page, Washington; D: 
408, Apr. 29, 1901; 2c. Apr. 29, 1901. 3467 

Below the deadline; dramatic incident of the 
dance halls, by W. Montague. 15 p, 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1913 ; D : 34354 ; Walter Mon- 
tague, San Francisco. 3468 

Below zero; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
Charles R. Sweet. 

© J. N. Rentfrow, United States; 1889: 

8239, Mar. 14; 2c. Mar. 29. 3469 

^or, A trip to the top of the world, a 

comic opera in 2 acts, written by S. F. Hamp, 
composed by A. C. Pearson. 

© Sidford F. Hamp and Albert C, Pearson, 
Colorado Springs, Col.; 1894:14527, Mar. 14; 
2c. Apr. 30. 3070 

libretto of a comic opera [in 2 acts] 



bv S. F. Hamp. The Daily news job rooms, 
1894. cover-title, [36] p. 8°. 

© Sidford F. Hamp, Colorado Springs, Col. ; 
1894 : 13296, Mar. 7 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 3471 

Belshazzar; by J. Jacobson. 

© Janie Jacobson, New York ; D : 6694, May 
18, 1905. 3472 

[by] W. C. Dumas, Boston, R. G, Badger 



Belshazzar — Continued. 

biblical drama in 4 acts, by B, Musson, 

4 V, 4°, Typewritten, 

© Ic. Mar. 26, 1914 ; D : 36474 ; Bennet Mus- 
son, New York. 3473a 

drama, by Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda, 



tr. from the Spanish by W. F. Burbank. San 
Francisco, A. M. Robertson, 1914. 4 p, 1., 64 p. 
-port. 12°. 

© Feb. 19, 1914 ; 2c. Feb. 18, 1914 ; D : 36083 ; 
William Freeman Burbank, San Francisco. 

3473b 

•drama in 4 acts, by W. F. Burbank. [1], 



37 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 19, 1912; D: 30297; Wm. F, 
Burbank, San Francisco. 3474 

book and music by W, S. Knodle. 35 



[1912] 120 p. 12° 

© Oct. 4, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 16, 1912 ; A : 327343 ; 
W, C. Dumas, Atlanta. 3473 



p. f°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1915; D: 40465; Walter St. 
Clare Knodle. Philadelphia. 3474a 

opera in 3 acts ; stage manager's book. 

© J. A. Butterfield, Chicago; 1891:15918, 
Apr. 30 ; 2c. Apr. 30, 3475 

play in 4 acts, by William Stearns Davis, 

dramatized by S. B. Gilman. [57] p. 4°, 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1914 ; D : 37229 ; Sarah Ber- 
nice Gilman, Arlington, Mass. 3475a 

a spectacular tragedy in 5 acts by K. W. 

Grove, 

© Katharine W. Grove, Cincinnati; 1877: 
11434, Oct. 6. 3476 

Belshazzar, Daniel and the mystic writing 
on the walls of Babylon, 32 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Francis R. Cole, Chicago ; D : 15780, Apr. 
24, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 24, 1909. 3477 

Belshazzar's feast; a musical spectacle. 29 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© George Porter, Bridgeport, Conn. ; D : 
102S9, Apr, 6, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 6, 1907. 3478 

Beltane fire. See Feuersnot. 

Ben- Ami; or, The son of Israel, in 4 acts, by 
A, Goldfaden, staged by B. Thomashefsky, 
music by L. Friedzel, text and music for 
couplets by Mogulesko. 

© Boris Thomashefsky, Brooklyn ; D : 12561, 
Mar. 17, 1908. 3479 

Ben and Dot; a comedy in 3 acts, by C. B, 
Lewis. 

© C. B. Lewis, Detroit ; 1879 : 4614, Apr. 7. 

3480 

Ben Boliver from. Arizona. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edward L. Snader, New York; D : 4605, 
Feb. 11. 1904; 2c. Feb. 11, 1904. 3481 



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3505 



Ben Butler and the Jersey Lily. See Langtry. 

Ben Hur; in dramatic tableaux and pantomime, 
arr. by the author for Clark and Cox. New- 
York, Harper & bros., 1891. 

© Lew Wallace, Crawfordsville, Ind. ; 1891 : 
34918, Oct. 1; 2c. Oct. 24. 3482 

in tableaux and pantomime, arr. by the 

author, for Clark & Cox. 

© Lew Wallace, Crawfordsville, Ind.; 
1890 : 29873, Sept. 27 ; 2c. Oct. 24. 3483 

a play by Lew Wallace, arr. for the stage 



by William Young. 

© Harper & bros., New York ; 1899 : 71535, 
Nov. 2; 2c. Nov. 22. 3484 

Ben Hur, a prince of Jerusalem; a play in 5 
acts, by H. Lindley. 

© Harry Lindley, Leetonia, O. ; 1889 : 18437, 
June 17. 3485 

Ben McCulloughi; or, Certain as death. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, New York; 1871; 
11265, Nov. 27. 3486 

Ben-my-chree (The) (The girl of my heart); 
a romantic drama in 5 acts, by Hall Caine and 
Wilson Barrett. New York, 1889. 

© Clark S. Sammis, New York; 1889: 
26854, Sept. 3 ; 2c. Sept. 10. 3487 

Ben of Broken Bow; a comedy-drama in 4 acts 
by E. E. Baker. 

© Edith Ellis Baker, New York ; D : 7297, 
Sept. 22, 1905. 3488 

Ben th' hoose; comedy in 3 acts, by Elspet 
Keith. 48 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Ic. Oct. 31, 1913 ; D : 37413 ; Alfred Ware- 
ing, London. 3488a 

Benamela; or, A summer night's dream, by 
V. Romeo. Typewritten. 

© Vincenzo Romeo, New York ; 1894 : 26761, 
May 28 ; 2c. July 3. 3489 

Bench (A) in the park; 1 act play, by W. 
Hackett. [20] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 16. 1912; D: 29396; Walter 
Hackett, New York. ^ 3490 

Bending (The) of the bough; a comedy in 5 
acts, bv George Moore. Chicago & New York, 
H. S. Stone & co., 1900. xxvi, 192 p. 12°. 
(The green tree library) 

© Herbert S. Stone & co., Chicago ; 1900 A : 
4735, Feb. 21 ; 2c. Mar. 15. 3491 

Beneath the cross; an original dramatic sketch 
In 1 act, by Fred Dixon. Typewritten. 

© Minnie Dixon Parker, Washington, la. ; 
D : 325, Feb. 23, 1901 ; 2c. Feb. 23, 1901. 3492 



Beneath the red cross; a drama in 4 acts, by 
H. W. Hayes. 

© Hiram W. Hayes, St. Louis; D : 3645, 

June 24, 1903. 3493 

Beneath the surface; an original emotional 

drama in 4 acts, by C. Coote and R. F. Cotton. 

© Charles Coote and R. F. Cotton, United 

States ; 1889 : 13057, Apr. 29. 3494 

Beneberak, the Spanish Jew; a drama in 5 
acts by R. Boggs, dramatization of the novel, 
A step-daiighter of Israel. 

© Robert Boggs, Long Beach, Miss. ; D : 
3597, June 13, 1903. ^ 3495 

Benedict Arnold; a drama in 5 acts by Lewis 
Charles. 

© Elijah Lewis Charles, San Antonio; D: 
1331, June 21. 1902. 3496 



— a drama in 4 acts, by A. F. Norcross. 

© Adaline Fogg Norcross, Boston; 1900 A: 
939, Jan. 10. 3497 

drama in 3 acts, by H. T. Schurz. 105 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1911 ; D : 25211 ; Harriet T. 

Schurz, New York. 3498 

a play in 5 acts, by E. Golden. New York 



city, 1895. 

© Echard Golden, New York ; 1895 : 21963, 
Apr. 20. 3499 

a play in 4 acts, by S. K. Bland and L. C. 



Humphrey. Typewritten. 

© Samuel K. Bland and Lewis C. Hum- 
phrey, Louisville; 1899:6690, Jan. 19; 2c. 
Jan. 19. 3500 



— a play in 3 acts. 

© Walter H. Nichols, Boulder, Col.; D: 
8941, Aug. 9, 1906. 3501 

with a prologue and epilogue, by R. 



Derby and G. Scull. 

© Roger Alden Derby and Guy Hamilton 
Scull, New York ; D : 11240, Aug. 27, 1907. 

3502 

a romantic play in 4 acts, by W. L. O'Brien. 



Typewritten. 

© William L. O'Brien, Minneapolis; 1899: 
83424, Dec. 23 ; 2c. Dec. 26. 3503 

a standard American drama in 5 acts, by 



Beneath the gibbet. See '98. 



J. W. Lewis. 

© John Winder Lewis, Baltimore ; 1875 : 
775, Jan. 26. 3504 

— or, The key to the Hudson, by J. W. 
Dodge. Typewritten. 

© John Watson Dodge, New Orleans; 1900 
A : 17697, July 18 ; 2c. July 18. 3505 



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8526 



Benedict Axnold — Continued. 

or, The Puritan wife's secret, a romantic 

drama in 4 acts, by B. H. Hilton. 

© Susan Benin, New York; 1871:11356, 
Dec. 1. 3506 

See also Traitor (The) 



Benedict Arnold, patriot and traitor; in 5 acts, 
by D. Hastings. 

© Dille Hastings, Philadelphia; D : 2, Jan. 
2, 1901. 3507 

Benedict Arnold, the traitor; an historical 
drama, by W. Johnson. 

© William Johnson, St. Louis; 1891:24239, 
July 3 ; 2c. July 9. 3508 

Benedict Arnold, traitor. 

© Fred Lowenthal, Chicago ; D : 3737, July 
18, 1903. 3509 

Benedicta; play in 4 acts, by W. P. Downing. 
4 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1913; D: 34372; William 
Fuller Downing, London. 3510 

Benediction (The); play in 4 acts, by F. Hall. 
[2], SO p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1912; D: 29187; Frieda 
Hall, Chicago. 3511 

Benedict's (The) babies; comedy in 2 acts, by 
B. R. Walcott. 26 p. f. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 12, 1911; D: 26002; Beatrice 
Ramsay Walcot, New York. 3512 

Benedictus; an orchestral dramatic composi- 
tion for Cavalleria rusticana, by E. Pizzi. 
New York. 

© Emilio Pizzi, Italy; 1893:3265, Jan. 14. 

3513 

Beneficent (The) bear. See Three comedies. 

Beneficent order of zealous Yahoos. See B. 
O. 0. Z. y.— Wire-puller (The) 

Benefit (The) of the doubt; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Arthur W. Pinero. Rahway, N. J., The 
Mershon company, 1895. 

© William Heinemann, New York; 1S05 : 
62818, Dec. 11; 2c. Dec. 11. 3514 



Benefits (The) of co-education, 
academy. 



See Cupid's 



Benevolent test; a vaudeville sketch, by E. B. 
Crane. 9 p. t". Typewritten. 

© Edward B. Crane, California. Mo. ; D : 
7974, Feb. 10, 1906; 2c. Feb. 10, 1906. 3515 

Bengal (A) tiger; by K. Ernst. 30 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Kate Ernst, Toledo, O. ; D : 3362, Apr. 
30, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 3516 



Benhamela; pantomime or burlesque, by V. 
Romeo. 

© Vincenzo Romeo, New York ; 1894 :17806, 
Mar. 31. 3517 

Benighted; a melodrama in 5 acts, by I. David- 
son. 

© Isidore Davidson, New York; 1879: 
12621, Sept. 22. 3518 

Benjamin, Benny and Ben; a farce in 1 act, by 
Anthony E. Wills. New York, Dick & Fitz- 
gerald. 37 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 7804, 
Jan. 2, 1906; 2c. Jan. 10, 1906. 3519 

Benjamin Forsickle; or, Electric shock, by H. 
C. Hackett. 

© Henry Clark Hackett, Cambridgeport, 
Mass. ; 1888 : 2165, Jan. 19 ; 2c. June 25. 

3520 

Benjamin Franklin; play in 3 acts, prologue 
and epilogue, by C. D. Mackay. 101 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1914; D : 36164 ; Constance 
D'Arcy Mackay, Cambridge, Mass. 3520a 

a story and a play, by Mary Hazelton 

Wade. Boston, R. G. Badger [1914] 90 p. 
12". (Little folks plays of American heroes) 

© Dec. 11, 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1915 ; A : 393030 ; 
Richard G. Badger, Boston. 3520b 

Benjamin's brautfahrt; lustspiel in 4 akten, 
nach dem franzosischen, Mein onkel Benja- 
min, des Claude Tillier, von A. Ostermann. 
Berlin, Vertriebsstelle des Verbandes deutscher 
biibuensehriftsteller, g. m. b. h. 152 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Dec. 30, 1913 ; D : 35493 ; Arthur Os- 
termann, Oschersleben, Germany. 3521 

Benny Cupp; play in 4 acts, by L. B. F. Prince. 
[2], 79 p. 4°. 'Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28186 ; Leslie E. P. 
Prince, Washington. 3522 

Benoni; a Christmas play, by M. B. Le Brun 
[pseud, of Sister Mary Borromeo Brown] 

© Mother M. Cleophas, sup'r genl. Sisters 
of Providence, St. Marys, lud. ; D : 14351. Nov. 
13, 1908. 3523 

Bent, not broken; or, The masonic secret, a 
melodrama, by M. L. Bodine. 

© May L. S. Bodine, New York; 1896: 
62964, Nov. 18. 3524 

Bent (The) twig; drama in 3 acts, by A. B. 
Gordon-Davis. [2], 71 p. 4". Typewritten. 
© Ic. Mar. 13, 1911 ; D : 23631 ; A. B. Gor- 
don-Davis. United States. 3525 
Bercail (Le); pigce en 3 actes, par H. Bernstein. 
[Paris, Impr. de I'lllustration] 1905. 2 p. 1., 
84 p. 12". 

© Henry Bernstein, Paris ; D : 6058, Jan. 
12, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 12, 1905. 3526 



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Berceau (Le); comedie en 3 actes, par Brieux. 

© Brieux, Paris; 1898:76882, Dec. 30; 2c. 

Dec. 30. 3527 

Berceuse (The) from. Jocelyn; or, Garret Fred- 
erick's wife, play in 3 acts, by M. W. Gra- 
ham. [3], 72 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1910 ; D : 22507 ; Mary Wynne 
Graham, Buffalo. 3528 

Beregiss; play, tr. by R. G. Conried. 31 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec, 21, 1909; D: 17760; Richard 
Genee Conried, New York. 3529 

Berenice; by Jean Racine, ed. with an intro- 
duction and notes by Robert Edouard Pellis- 
sier. New York, Oxfoi'd university press, 
American branch; London, Toronto [etc.] H. 
Milford, 1915. xxxiii, 85 p. front, (port.) 
12°. (Oxford French series, by American 
scholars; general editor: Raymond Weeks) 

© Apr. 27, 1915; 2c. and aff. May 7, 1915; 
A : 398719 ; Oxford university press, Amer. 
branch. New York. 3529a 

a play, by M. Morton. 

© Martha Morton, New York ; 1886 : 27018, 
Nov. 30. 3530 

Beresford benevolent society; a farce in 1 act, 
by Emma E. Brewster and Lizzie B. Scribner. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1906. 22 p. 16°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 8263, 
Apr. 2, 1906; 2c. Apr. 30, 1906. 3531 

Bergere (La) des Alpes. See Perdita. 

Berg-erie (La); drame en 1 acte [par] Eugene 
Millou. Paris, C. Joubert, 1906. 72 p. 8". 

© C. Joubert, Paris ; D : 9734, Jan. 2, 1907 ; 
2c. Jan. 2, 1907. 3532 

Bergfiihrer (Die) von Hohendorf; volksstuck 
in 3 akten, von Bei'nhard Meinicke. Zurich, 
Art institut Orell Fiissli. 86 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 15, 1914 ; Ic. Jan. 2, 1915 ; D : 39266 ; 
Art. institut Orell Fiissli, Ziirich, Switzerland. 

3532a 

Bergsee (Der); ein vorspiel und 2 akte, von 
Julius Blttner. Berlin, Jungdeutscher verlag 
Kurt Fliegel & co. [1911] Textbuch. 63 p. 
16". 

© Sept. 1, 1911; 2c. Sept. 22, 1911; D: 
25290; Jungdeutscher verlag Kurt Fliegel & 
CO., Berlin. 3533 

[Bergsteiger; play in 4 acts, by D. Pinski] 

61 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1913; D : 32801 ; David 
Pinski, New York. 3534 

Berkley's call; drama, by A. Murphy. 56 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1912; D: 28182; Alphonso 
Murphy, Los Angeles. 3535 



Berkshire Hills; an original domestic drama in 

3 acts, by C. Daly. 

© Carroll Daly, New York ; 1894 : 9042, Feb. 

8. 3536 

Berliner (Ein) hauswirth; odex", Wenn's meine 
frau befiehlt, lustspiel in 1 akt, von G. Herr- 
mann. 

© G. Herrmann, Detroit ; 1892 : 36598, Sept. 
6. 3537 

Bernado's daughter. See Ginevra. 

Bernal, the bandit; a musical comedy in 3 act? 
depicting typical Mexican scenes, by A. Von 
Brandis. 

© Annette Von Brandis, New York ; D : 
8115, Jan. 16, 1906. 3538 

Bernice; an American drama in a prologue and 

4 acts, by C. T. Dazey. 

© C. T. Dazey, Cambridge, Mass.; 1881: 
6790, May 2. 3539 

a play, by G. A. Lessey and H. C. Browne. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© G. Alanson Lessey and Harry C. Browne, 
United States ; D : 4633, Feb. 20, 1904 ; 2c. Apr. 

9, 1904. 3540 

or. Honors even, a drama in 3 acts by M. 



Zellers. 

© Mattie Zellers, Portland, Or. ; 1893 : 28075, 
June 12. 3541 

Bernstein and Firestein; a musical sketch in 

1 act, with words and music of the song Oh, 

my! von't ve make der money! by James F. 

Parsons. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1904. 

.14 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 4469, 
Jan. 5, 1904; 2c. Feb. 1, 1904. 3542 

Bernsteinhexe (Die); schauspiel in 5 aufziigen, 
von Max Geissler. Leipzig, L. Staackmann, 
1910. 118 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 13, 1910; 2c. Nov. 12, 1910; D: 
22540; L. Staackmann, Leipzig. 3543 

Berquin; a drama in 5 acts, by E. G. Crane. 
12°. 

© Elizabeth G. Crane. United States ; 1897 : 
58337, Oct. 14; 2c. Oct. 14. 3543a 

Berry Knap, antique. 

© Charles Smith Abbe, Windham, Conn. ; 
1899:82839, Dec. 22. 3544 

Berry s (The) and the bears; play in 1 act, by 
E. Sutton. [14] p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1912; D: 29068; Elisabeth 
Sutton, Paterson. 3545 

Berry ville; drama in 1 act, by J. B. Ould. 6 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1911 ; D : 23451 ; J. B. Ould, 
New York. 3546 



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3567 



Bersaerker graden for det Danske brodersam- 
fund i Amerika; i 4 afdelingen, ved John S. 
Beck. North Troy, N. Y., Godthaab loge nr. 
183 D. B. 26 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 1, 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 26, 1914 ; D : 357S2 ; 
Godt Haab lodge 183 D. B., North Troy, N. Y. 

3546a 

Beserker (The); a comic opera in 2 acts, by 
S. P. Morse. 

© Samuel Palmer Morse, Omaha; 1897: 
63221, Nov. 11. 3547 

Berta's back; by G. Guion. 8 p. 4°, Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1910; D: 17908; Gulliver 
Guion, New York. 3548 

Bertha Gerber; a social play in 4 acts, by M. 
Mencher. 47 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Henry Mencher, New York ; D : 14652, 
Dec. 28, 190S ; 2c. Dec. 29, 1908. 3549 

Bertha, the beautiful shoe-binder of Lynn; an 
original drama in 4 acts, by P. Connolly and 
E. Barry. 

© P. Connolly and E. Barry, New York; 
1871 : 9903, Oct. 24. 3550 

Bertha, the daughter of a money lender; nine 
persons in the cast and 4 acts, by L. Jamer- 
son. 

© Liicinda Jamerson, Buffalo ; 1884 : 4912, 
Mar. 7. 3551 

Bertha, the sewing machine girl. 

© Albert H. Woods, New York; D : 7760, 
Dec. 26, 1905. 3552 

melodrama in 4 acts, by A. H. Woods. 

© A. H. Woods, New York ; D : 5868, Dec. 5, 
1904. 3553 

or. Death at the wheel, a sensation play in 

4 acts and 6 tableaux, dramatized from the 
story published in the New York weekly, by 
C. Foster. 

© Charles Foster, New York; 1871:6898. 
July 24. 3554 

Bertha, the sewing machine girl of New York; 
or. Jack Ryerson in Texas, a dramatization 
in 5 acts of Francis S. Smith's story. 

© P. Connelly and E. Barry, New York; 
1871 : 7954, Aug. 25. 3555 

Bertha's bridge; by Ada K. Harned. 43 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1912; D: 28406; A. K. 
Harned, New York. 3556 

Jertha's bridge party; by A. K. Harned. ii, 
29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 16, 1910; D: 21233; A. K. 
Harned, New York. 3557 



Bertha's wooing; or, A slight misunderstand- 
ing, a comedietta in 1 act, by M. Allen. 

© Mark Allen, Woburn, Mass; 1880:4454, 
Mar. 19. 3558 

Berthe, the daughter of Roland; a historical 
romantic play in 4 acts, from the French of 
Henri de Bernier, tr., rearr. and adapted for 
the English stage, by A. E. Ford. 
• © Annie E. Ford, Baltimore; 1876:6109, 
May 18. 3559 

Bertie at bay; or. The embattled bachelor, 
farce hi 1 act, by L. W. Stewart. [1], 17 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1914 ; D : 36369 ; Luella Wil- 
son Stewart, Brooklyn. 3559a 

Bertie Blossom; or, A vagabond's love, a pro- 
tean drama in 3 acts, comprising original 
songs, scenes, and tableaux, by M. Quinlan. 

© Mark Quinlan, New York ; 1872 : 5797, 
May 31. 3560 

Bertie Thorn; or. Life shadows, an original 
drama in 3 acts, by R. S. Lakin. 

© R. S. Lakin, Massachusetts ; 1871 : 12393, 
Dec. 28. 3561 

Bertrade; pi§ce en 4 actes, par J. Lemaltre. 
[Paris, Imp. de I'lllustration] 1905. 2 p. 1., 71 
p. 8". 

© Jules Lemaltre, Paris ; D : 7636, Dec. 1, 
1905; 2c. Dec. 1, 1905. 3562 

Bertram of Lorraine; a drama in 5 acts, from 
the Spanish, by F. C. de Rialp. 

© F. Ch. de Rialp, New York ; 1898 : 72588, 
Dec. 13. 3563 

Beryl; a melodrama in 5 acts, by L. Lester, 
from the Ledger story Beryl's husband. Bal- 
timore, 1874. 

© Lisle Lester, Baltimore ; 1874 : 8905, July 
6. 3564 

Beryl's husband. See Beryl. 

Beschwerdebuch (Das); komodie in 3 akten, 
von Karl Ettlinger. Miinchen und Leipzig, 
Georg Muller. 113 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Aug. 22, 1913 ; D : 34245 ; Drei masken 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 3565 

Beside the bonnie brier bush; a pastoral drama 
in 5 acts, founded on Beside the bonnie brier 
bush, The days of auld lang syne, and Kate 
Carnegie, by Ian MacLaren [pseud, of John 
Watson] dramatized by J. MacArthur and 
T. Hall. Typewritten. 

© James MacArthur, Madison, N. J., and 
Tom Hall, Norwalk, O. ; 1897 : 61225, Oct. 29 ; 
2c. Nov. 8. 3566 

Beside the mark; play in 1 act, by M. S. Rear- 
don, 3d. 23 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1910; D: 22596; Mark S. 
Reardon, 3d, New York. 3567 



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3586 



Beside the seaside; musical frivolity, by F. 
Sherlock. [1] 6 p. 16°. Typewritten. 

© ic. Feb. 29, 1912 ; D : 28877 ; Frank Sher- 
lock, New York. 3568 

Beside the still water; drama in 4 acts, by B. 
Creighton. 257 p. 4". Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1910; D: 22273; Bertha 
Creighton, Newark, N. J. 3569 

Besieged; a drama in 3 acts by Helen Kane. 
88 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Helen P. Kane, Washington ; D : 10262, 
Apr. 3, 1907 ; 2c. May 9, 1907. 

Beso (El) del amor; comedia en 1 acto, de J. 
Garcia del Bosque y B. Olgueras. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espanoles, 1909. 28 p. 
12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16259 ; 
J. Garcia del Bosque y Blandino Olgueras, 
Madrid. 3571 

Bess; comedy melodrama in 4 acts, by Eleanor 
Gaines [pseud, of Eleanor Le Saint] 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Eleanor Le Saint, Philadelphia ; D : 9968. 
Feb. 15, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1907. 3572 

Bess goes to Europe; comedy in 3 acts, by R. 
Woodman. Franklin. O., Eldridge amuse- 
ment CO. 41 p. 8°. 

© Jan. 2, 1911 ; 2c. Feb. 25, 1911 ; D : 23574 ; 
Rea Woodman, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3573 



Bess, the rag-picker of New York; a drama in 
5 acts, by E. W. Jones. 

© Ella W. Jones, Connersville, Ind. ; 1873: 
14S87, Dec. 26. 3574 



Best (The) author's Christmas plays; dialogs 
and plays for Christmas by Elizabeth F. Gup- 
till, Clara J. Denton, Archibald Humboldt 
[pseud, of G. O. March] Elizabeth White- 
hill [pseud, of H. E. Smith] Edna R. Worrell, 
Lebanon, O., March brothers, 1909. 1 p. 1., 
ii, 103 p. 12°. 

Contents : Dolls vs. Teddy bears. — An un- 
expected outbreak. — Why Ethel didn't go. — 
The lost tree. — Jack Horner's Christmas pie. — 
Music maketh merry, etc., etc. 

© Oct. 8, 1909 ; 2c. Oct. 9, 1909 ; A : 249352 ; 
March bros., Lebanon. O. 3580 

3570 Best (The) Christmas book; recitations, dia- 
logues, exercises, plays, drills, action pieces, 
tableaux, pantomimes, songs and music, facts, 
ed. by Joseph C. Sindelar. Chicago, Beckley- 
Cardy company [1913] 192 p. diagrs. 12°. 

© Nov. 26, 1913; 2c. Dec. 15, 1913; A: 
358685; J. C. Sindelar, Chicago. 3580a 

Best (The) cure; an Ethiopian farce in 1 act, 
by C. F. Ingraham. Clyde, O., Ames' publish- 
ing company. 

© Ames' pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1888:32042, 
Nov. 12; 2c. Nov. 21. 3581 

Best (The) joke of his life; play in 1 act, by 
G. J. Young. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1912; D: 31265; George J. 
Young, Columbus, O. 3583 

Best (The) laid plans; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
dramatized, by H. M. Cahill, from book by 
Anthony Trollope. 116 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915 ; D : 39781 ; Helena M. 
Cahill, New York. 3582a 

— '■ — a farce in 1 act, by Helen Kaine. Phila- 



Bess, the waif; by J. H. Ginenback. 

© John Harper Ginenback, Philadelphia; 
1883:7744, Apr. 26. 3575 

Bessie; or. The bird charmer, an original com- 
edy drama, by L. D. Shears. 

© Mrs. L. D. Shears, Nyack, N. Y. ; 1880: 
8979, June 15. 3576 

Bessie Morand; drama in 5 acts, by C. M. 
Chandos. 

© C. M. Chandos, New York; 1874:11418, 
Sept. 7. 3577 

Bessie Raynor, the mill girl; or, Life among 
the looms, a play by W. M. Turner. 

© Wm. Mason Turner, Philadelphia; 1872: 
6950, June 28. 3578 

Bessie's bargains; a monologue, by Jennie Peet 
and J. D. Steell. 

© John Denton Steell, Los Angeles ; D : 
10393, Apr. 22, 1907. 3579 



delphia. The Penn publishing company, 1904. 
18 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; D : 5152, 
June 10, 1904 ; 2c. June 10, 1904. 3583 

— See also Tattle-tales of Cupid. 



Best (The) laid schemes; comedy drama of 
American life in 3 acts, by H. H. Peck. 50 p. 
4°. Tjrpewritten. 

© Ic. June 16, 1911; D: 24495; Harry H. 
Peck, Boston. 3584 

comedy drama of American life in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, rev. by H. H. Peck. 67 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 15, 1915 ; D : 39405 ; Harry Ham- 
lin Peck, Cambridge, Mass. 3584a 

Best (The) man; by D. U. Baxter. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Dorothy Usner Baxter, New York ; D : 
5262, June 16, 1904 ; 2c. June 16, 1904. 3585 

by Francis Deane. 

© F. Henry Deane, Baltimore; D : 2475, 
Oct. 21, 1902. 3586 



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3609 



Best (The) man — Continued. 

comedy in 1 act, by E. M. Crane. New 

York, London, S. French. 16 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 19, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1910 ; D : 22846 ; 
Eleanor Maud Crane, New York. 3587 

a comedy in 2 acts by Harold Hale [pseud. 

of C. N. Moller] Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1905. 35 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 7112, 
Aug. 15, 1905 ; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1905. 3588 

play in 4 acts, by H. M. Munson. [45] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1910 ; D : 21237 ; Henry Mil- 
ler Munson, Richmond Hill, N. Y, 3589 

play in 1 act, by Harry Mainhall. 13 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11, 3912; D: 29006; Homer 
Miles, New York, 3590 

sketch in 1 act, by J. M. Cumming. 13 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 8, 1910; D: 20392; Joseph M. 
Cumming, San Francisco. 3591 

Best (The) man wins; by A. Wynne. 

© Anna Wynne, New York ; D : 5808, Nov. 
22, 1904. 3592 

Best (The) of the bad; play in 5 acts, by H. R. 
R. Hertzberg. 53 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 5, 1910; D: 20352; H. R. R. 
Hertzberg, New Orleans. 3593 

Best (The) patron; study in contributory delin- 
quency, by Hobart Bosworth. [1], 12 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 14, 1913 ; D : 33494 ; Hobart Van 
Faudt Bosworth, Los Angeles. 3594 

Best people on earth; comedy in 3 acts, by 

F. G. Corcoran and C. T. Booth. [135] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 
© Ic. Apr. 13, 1911 ; D : 23954 ; Frances G. 

Corcoran, New York. 3595 

Best (The) seller; literary phantasy in 2 parts, 

by M. R. Palmer. [1], 42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 10, 1913; D : 33469 ; Martha 
Royle Palmer, Salt Lake City. 3596 

musical fantasy in 2 chapters, book by J. 

Russell, music by S. P. Levy, lyrics by D. 
Burnet. 114 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 14, 1915 ; D : 40933 ; John Rus- 
sell, Sol. P. Levy and Dana Burnet, New York. 

3596a 

play, by M. R. Palmer. 27 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Nov. 22, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 3. 1913 : D : 35237 ; 
Martha Royle Palmer, Salt Lake City. 3597 

Best (The) sellers; sketch in 1 act, by K. S. 
Webb. [1], 15 p. 4°. TyiJewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 29, 1913; D : 34579 ; Kenneth 
Seymour Webb, New York. 3598 



Best (The) shows on earth; a dramatic com- 
position, by B. Gerard. 

© Barney Gerard, New York ; D : 14312, 
Nov. 17, 1908. 3599 

Best thing in life; by May Hayes Wright. 62 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1909 ; D : 17068 ; Jennie Cook 
. Bopp, Washington. 3600 

Best (The) thing that could have happened; 
play in 1 act, by B. S. Papazian. [27] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1911; D: 23848; Bertha S. 
Papazian, Cambridge, Mass. 3601 

Best (The) way out; sketch, by R. W. Hague. 
7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1910; D: 22503; Ralph W. 
Hague, Los Angeles. 3603 

Bet (The); comedy in 4 acts, by M. Auldyn. 
4 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 3, 1913; D: 32507; Mable Aul- 
dyn, Detroit. 3603 

play in 4 acts, by B. W. Springer. [81] p. 

f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 29, 1912 ; D : 29214 ; Bessie Wre- 
ford Springer, Detroit. 3604 

play in 3 acts, by O. Bergquist. 103 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 29, 1912 ; D : 30691 ; Olof Berg- 
quist, Middletown, Conn. 3605 

or, An old story retold, a comedy in 1 act, 



by Darcy Leverson, based on a poem by Fritz 
Renter. New York, Ed. Schuberth & co., 1908. 
20 p. 8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London ; D : 13540, 
Aug. 12, 1908; 2c. Aug. 12, 1908. 3606 

— or. Through fire and water, a sensation 



character comedy of American life, by T. C. 
De Leon. 

© T. C. De Leon, Mobile ; 1873 : 3311, Apr. 
1. 3607 

Bete (La); pantomime en 6 tableaux, llvret de 
Andre de Lorde et -J. Marsele, musique de E. 
Bonuamy. [2], 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 11. 1912; D: 29644; Andr4 de 
Lorde et J. Marsele, Paris. 3608 

Bethlehem; a nativity play by Laurence Hous- 
man, performed with music by Joseph Moo rat 
under the stage-direction of Edward Gordon 
Craig. New York. London, The Macmillan 
company, 1902. 2 p. 1., 76 p. 12°. 

© Macmillan co.. New York; D:2686, Dec. 
6, 1902; 2c. Dec. 6, 1902. 3609 

Betrayal (The) See Marguerite. 



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3631 



Betrayed; drama, 5 acts, 5 tableaux, by M. L. 
Johnson. 

© Martha Lafltte Johnson, United States; 
1872 : 8407, Aug. 8. 3610 

an original drama in 4 acts, by Mrs. R. 

Pacheco. San Francisco, 1878. 

© Mrs. R. Pacheco, California; 1879:657, 
Jan. 15. 3811 

Betrayer; drama in 5 acts, adapted by I. S. 
Chirurg from the Russian of Glagol [pseud, 
of Provokator AsefC Veliliiy]. 46 p. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1909; D: 17048; Isidore S. 
Chirurg and Woldemar T. Kruglak, New 
York. 3612 

Betrayer (The) foiled. See Margaret's vow. 

Betrogene (Die) chathunah. Sec Bochele. 

Betrogene leute; schau spiel in 3 aufziigen, von 
W. Imperatori. Berlin, Ahn & Simrock. 40 p. 
8°. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1912 ; D : 29527 ; Biihnenver- 
lag Ahn & Simrock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 3613 

Betrothal (The); comedy in 1 act, by A. J. 
Grosvenor. [16] p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. May 18, 1911 ; D : 24236 ; Abbie Johns- 
ton Grosvenor, Richmond, Ind. 3614 

— — ■ See also Plays and poems; by G. H. Boker. 

Betrothal of Ronald and Thusnelda; a dra- 
matic poem, by Peter Cook. 61 p. 12°. 

© Weimar press (Peter Cook), Los An- 
geles; A: 223393, Nov. 25, 1908; 2c. Nov. 25, 
1908. 3615 

Betrothed (The) gentleman of "Wilno; drama 
in 4 acts, by B. Gorin. 

© Bernhard Gorin, New York ; 1898 : 19739, 
Mar. 26. 3616 

Betrothed's (The) mother; or, Le fiance sans 
nom, a comedy drama in 4 acts, by L. G. 
Palabot. Typewritten. 

© Louis G. Palabot, Chicago ; 1899 : 67041, 
Oct. 16; 2c. Jan. 8, 1900. 3617 

Bet's fortune; an original play in 4 acts, by 
J, Schonberg. 

© James Schonberg, New York; 1890: 
14061, Apr. 28. 3618 

Betsey abroad; play in 3 acts, by E. G. Hollister. 
56 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 25, 1911; D: 24288; Elizabeth 
Granger Hollister. Rochester, N. Y. 3619 

Betsey of Clover farm; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by W. F. Burke. 51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 2, 1912 ; D : 30157 ; William Fran- 
cis Burke, New York. 3620 



Betsey Perkins and the great mogul; a comic 
opera in 2 acts, by C. Mathews, music by 
Ferdinand Wagner. New York, 1886. 

© Cornelius Mathews, New York; 1886: 
11664, May 18. 3621 

Betsey (The) Ross; an American play, by J. F. 
Cooke. 58 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© James Francis Cooke, Brooklyn; D: 
12597. Mar. 23, 1908; 2c. Mar. 23, 1908. 

3622 

Betsy; comedy-operetta in 3 acts, by H. Kellett 
Chambers and Will B. Johnstone, music by 
Alexander C. Johnstone. [117] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1911 ; D : 25540 ; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. 3623 

Betsy and Hank; original Yankee sketch, 
words and music by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, New York ; 1874 : 3718, 
Mar. 24. 3624 

Betsy Bobbett; a drama, scenes drawn from the 
book My opinions and Betsy Bobbett's, by 
Josiah Allen's wife. 

© Marietta Holley, Pierrepont Manor, 
N. Y.; 1880:4142, Mar. 15; 2c. July 2. 3625 

Betsy Jane, the latest woman; a musical farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by I. Crossy. 

© Isabel Crossy, Two Johns, Md. ; 1895: 
52128, Oct. 14. 3626 

Betsy Patterson; or. An American queen, a 
play in 4 acts, by E. U. Valentine and Herbert 
Dansey. 

© Edward Uffington Valentine, Brooklyn ; 
D : 12964, May 13, 1908. 3627 

Betsy Ross; in 4 acts, by H. A. Du Souchet. 
Typewritten. 

© H. A. Du Souchet, New York; 1899: 
15804, Feb. 28; 2c. Feb. 28. 3628 

Betsy Trotwood's tea party; play in 1 act, by 
M. B. Tily. 13 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 29, 1915; D: 40198; Mildred 
Bromley Tily, Philadelphia. 3628a 

Bett (Das) Napoleons; schwank in 1 akt, von 
Rudolf Oesterreicher. Wien, O. Eirich, 1913. 
19 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Sept. 29, 1913 ; D : 34564 ; Otto Eirich, 
Vienna. 3629 

Better days; drama in 3 acts, by W. R. Fair- 
chikl. 63 p. 4°. Tj^ewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1911; D: 25255; William 

Richard Fairchild, Chicago. 3630 

[a sketch, by G. L. Furniss] 24 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Grace Livingston Furniss, New York; 
D : 12361, Feb. 14, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 14, 1908. 

3631 



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3650 



Better (The) half; a duologue, by Frank Runch- 
man. London, J. Williams, ltd. [1912] 16 p. 
8°. 

© Mar. 18, 1912; 2c. Mar. 19, 1912; D: 
29081 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 3632 

Better late than never; a melodrama of real 

life in 4 acts, by W. F. Kelly. Typewritten. 

© William F. Kelly, Homer, N. Y. ; D : 37G7, 

July 29, 1903; 2c. July 30, 1903. 3633 

Better (The) life; a drama In 4 acts, by G. C. 
Wallace. f°. Typewritten. 

© George Carlton Wallace, Aston, England ; 
D:5S92, Nov. 10, 1904; 2c. Nov. 10, 1904. 

3634 

Better light; play in 4 acts, by N. Zeff. 53 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 25, 1909 ; D : 16949 ; Nathaniel 
Zeff, Chicago. 3635 

Better (The) man; dramatic playlet, by D. G. 
King. 12 p. 4°. T.\T)ewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 9, 1915; D : 39906 ; Donald G. 
King, Indianapolis. 3635a 

Better (The) part. See Cheese and crackers. 

Better (The) right; play in 1 act, by P. L. Weil. 
[19] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1912 ; D : 30852 ; Percival L. 
Weil, New York. 3636 

Better than diamonds and gold; or, The miss- 
ing statue, spectacular drama in 4 acts, by 
H. C. Anderson, tr. from the Danish by A. C. 
Clausen. 

© Adler C. Clausen, United States; 1885: 
16802, Aug. 6. 3637 

Better than gold; a drama in 5 acts, by R. W. 
Zinser, 1908. 

© Roy W. Zinser, Salida, Cal. ; D : 12785, 
Apr. 20, 1908. 3638 

a drama in 4 acts, by G. M. Baker. Bos- 
ton, G. M. Baker and co., 1879. 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1878:13805, 
Nov. 25; 2c. Nov. 25. 3639 

Same. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1906. 

58 p. 12°. 

© Emily F. Baker, Wellesley Hills, Mass.; 
in renewal for 14 years from Nov. 25, 1906; 
D:9069, Sept. 12, 1906; 2c. Sept. 20, 1906. 

3640 

play in 4 acts, by O. P. Parker. Gibson, 

Tenn., National drama co. 52 p. 12". 

© Feb. 4, 1914 ; 2c. Mar. 5, 1914 ; D : 36258, 
Oliver Perry Parker, Gibson, Tenn. 3640a 

Better (The) way; by C. B. Stevens. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Calvin Blaine Stevens, Alameda, Cal. ; 
D : 9901, Feb. 4, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 4. 1907. 3641 



Better (The) way — Continued. 

by F. M. Livingston. Typewritten. 

© Francis M. Livingston, New York; 1900 



A : 13141, May 25 ; 2c. May 25. 



3642 



— play in 3 acts, by H. M. Goldberg. [90] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1914 ; D : 38074 ; H. M. Gold- 
berg, San Francisco. 3642a 

— -Iilay in 2 acts, by M. S. May. 77 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 28, 1914; D: 36493; Minnie 
Stannard May, Brookline, Mass. 3642b 

— See also Trust (The) that failed. 



Bettina; musical comedy in 2 acts, book by 
Edith Bayard and M. F. Hudson, lyrics by 
M. F. Hudson and Joseph B. Leavy, score by 
W. Percy Van Ness. 117 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1915 ; D : 39659 ; Millard Fill- 
more Hudson, Washington. 3642c 

Bettina Moliere; by A. J. M. Swasey. 

© Agnes Josephine Marcy Swasey, Wash- 
ington; D: 15555, Apr. 6, 1909. 3643 

Bettina, queen of the gypsies; by M. N. Allen. 

Typewritten. 

© Marie Nice Allen, Pottsville, Pa.; 1899: 
15160, Feb. 25; 2c. Apr. 23, 1901. 3644 

Eettinas flucht; schauspiel in 4 aufziigen, von 
Friedrich Rosenthal. Berlin - Wilmersdorf, 
F. Bloch erben, 1913. 117 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1913 ; D : 34933 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 3645 

Betting (The) book; drama in 4 acts, by S. 
"Vane. Tj-pewritten. 

© Sutton Vane, Hove, England; D : 793, 
Aug. 24, 1901 ; 2c. Aug. 24, 1901. 3646 

Betting on a sure thing; a farce in 1 act, by 
W. H. Shelton. 

© William Henry Shelton, New York ; 1897 : 
55465, Oct. 2. 3647 

Bettler (Der); eine dramatische sendung, 5 auf- 
zilge, vou Reinhard Sorge. Berlin, S. Fischer 
verlag, 1912. 167 p. 12". 

© May 22, 1912; 2c. Aug. 28, 1912; D: 
30671; S. Fischer verlag, Berlin. 3648 

Bettler (Der) von Syrakus; tragodie in 5 akten 
und einem vorspiel, von Hermann Sudermann. 
Berlin, Theaterverlag Eduard Bloch. 132 p. 
12°. 

© Ic. Feb. 29, 1912 ; D : 28875 ; Theaterver- 
lag Eduard Bloch, Berlin. 3649 

Same. Stuttgart und Berlin, I. G. Cot- 

tasche buchhandlung nachf., 1911. [192] p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 16, 1911 ; 2c. Mar. 1, 1912 ; D : 28905 ; 
Theaterverlag Eduard Bloch, Berlin. 3650 



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3664 



Betty; a Colonial episode, by L. W. Coffin and 
F. Bemis. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

I© Louisa Wendte Coffin and Fannie Bemis, 
Northboro, Mass.; D : 11758, Nov. 16, 1907; 
2c. Nov. 16, 1907. 3651 

a drama in 4 acts, by L. H. Haight. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Leora Hurless Haight, Milwaukee; D: 
10524, May 8, 1907; 2c. May 8, 1907. 3652 

fantastic comic opera in 3 acts, book and 



Betty's best bet; sketch, by G. C. Cook. 7 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 1909; D: 16840; Gertrude 
Chadwick Cook, San Francisco. 3658 

social drama, being a play within a play 



lyrics by W. H. Mathews, music by Walter 
Golde. 90 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© ]c. May 15, 1915; D: 40672; William 
Henry Mathews, New York. 3652a 

musical comedy in 3 acts, by Frederic 



Lonsdale and Gladys Unger. 3 v. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1915 ; D : 39812 ; George Ed- 
wardes, London. 3652b 

new musical play in 3 acts, by Frederick 

Lonsdale and Gladys Unger, lyrics by Adrian 
Ross and Paul A. Rubens, music by Paul A. 
Rubens, additional numbers by Ernest Steffan 
and Merlin Morgan. London, Chappell & co., 
ltd. 34 p. 12°. [Words only] 

© May 5, 1915 ; 2c. May 6, 1915 ; D : 40590 ; 
Chappell & CO., ltd., London. 3652c 

sketch, by K. Cromwell. 20 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1910 ; D : 20135 ; Katherine 

Cromwell, New York. 3653 

Betty and Betsy; farce, by Willis N. Bugbee. 
Lebanon, O., March brothers. 3 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1912; 2c. Sept. 12, 1912; D: 
30821; March bros., Lebanon, O. 3654 

Betty and the Billys of yesterday and today; 
by M. Randall. 

© Myrtle Randall, New York; D : 13405, 
July 23, 1908. 3655 

Betty Marston of Virginia; by A. Smith. 10 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 26, 1910; D: 22385; Alfred 
Smith, Trenton, N. J. 3656 

Betty (The) Wales books See Betty (The) 
Wales girls and Mr. Kidd. 

Betty (The) Wales girls and Mr. Kidd; play 
based on The Betty Wales books, by Mar- 
garet Warde. Philadelphia, Penn publishing 
company, 1912. 61 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 2, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 3, 1912 ; D : 31025 ; 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 3657 

Betty's ancestors; play in 1 act, by Emma M. 
Hunting. Philadelphia, Penn publishing com- 
pany, 1913. 36 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 2, 1913 ; 2c. June 24, 1915 ; D : 41033 ; 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia, 3657a 



and consisting of an introduction, 3 acts, and 
a conclusion, by M. J. Marshall. [183] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 21, 1914 ; D : 38267 ; Mary Jen- 
nette Marshall, Hallowell, Me. 3658a 

Betty's boy; play in 1 act, by L. Henegan. 27 
p. 4°. TyiDewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1914; b: 38943; Loftus 
Henegan, New York. 3658b 

Betty's degree. See Little (A) world. 

Betty's divorce; play in 3 acts, by Emma Mary 
Reed. 75 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 20. 1909 ; D : 17754 ; Louise Car- 
ter, Lincoln, Neb. 3659 

Betty's haul; some sparkling lines, some funny 
situations crowded into a playlet in 1 act, by 
Gus Phelps. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1909; D: 17832; Andrew 
Lewis, Everett, Mass. 3660 

Betty's house party; a comedy in 1 act, by E. 
F. Johnson. 11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Elizabeth F. Johnson, Cleveland ; D : 
4893, Apr. 18, 1904; 2c. Apr. 4, 1904. 3661 

Betty's new moon; farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
S. G. Brigel. 3 v. 4°. . TyiDewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1915; D: 40149; Samuel 
Gottlob Brigel, Pittsburgh. 3661a 

Betty's triumph; a classy comedy skit in 1 
act, by Harry S. Sheldon. 22 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 2, 1909 ; D : 16238 ; Mrs. Ben. S. 
Mears, Chicago. 3662 

Between decks; play in 1 act, by Thomas J. 
Gray. [1], 13 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1914 ; D : 37070 ; James Mc- 
Cormack, Brooklyn. 3662a 

Between eight and nine; play in 1 act, by F. H. 
Shreiner. [9] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1914 ; D : 35608 ; Francis Hoyt 
Shreiner, New York, 3662b 

Between father and son; a drama in 4 acts, by 
M. J. Nerney. 

© M. J. Nerney, Chicago ; 1874 : 13800, Nov. 
9. 3663 

Between friends; sketch, by M, H. Upton. [1], 
13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1912; D: 30556; Martha 
Hansford Upton, New York. 3664 



373 



3665 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



3685 



Between love and duty. 

© Patrick H. Sullivan and Samuel H. Har- 
ris, New York ; D : 1107, Nov. 18, 1901. 3665 

a drama in 1 act, by R. Frimel. 

© Rudolf Frimel, New York ; D : 3963, Sept. 
17, 1903. 3666 

See also Entre amor y deber. — Gem 



(The). — John Winchester. 

Between love and honor; a melodrama in 4 
acts and 4 scenes, by E. J. Schulte. 

© Edward J. Schulte, Bridgeville, Pa.; D: 
10499, May 6, 1907. 3667 

Between ourselves; confidential story in 1 
scene, by F. Annesley. [1], 9 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1913 ; D : 34061 ; Francis An- 
nesley, London. 3668 

Between seven and eight; comedy drama in 1 
act, by F. Rider. 27 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 7, 1909; D: 17652; Fremont 
Rider, Nyack, N. Y. 3669 

Between showers; farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
F. E. Dumm. 153 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 19, 1912 ; D : 30300 ; F. E. Dumm, 
Columbus, b. 3670 

Between sunset and dawn; play in 4 acts, by 
Plermon Ould. London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 
ltd., 1914. 4 p. 1., 75 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 22, 1914; Ic. Apr. 25, 1914; D: 
36838; Sidgwick & Jackson, ltd., London. 

3670a 

Between the acts; a comedy in 3 acts, by B. C. 
Lease. Philadelphia, The Penn publishing 
company, 1892. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1892 : 30406, 
July 21; 2c. Oct. 13. 3671 

drama in 1 act, by De W. Kaplan. [2], 

15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 7, 1914; D: 35947; De Witte 
Kaplan, Englewood, N. J. 3671a 

a play in 1 act, by J. Heme. [New York, 

Printed by Gotham press, 1904] 16 p. 12°. 

© Julie Heme, New York ; D : 5916, Dec. 16, 

1904 ; 2c. Dee. 13, 1904. 3672 

a tragic play, by M. M. Simon. 11 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1912; D : 29837 ; Mas M. 
Simon, New York. 3673 

Between the coal hole and the cellar. See My 
adjuster. 

Between the dances; by C. Wilbur. Type- 
written. 

© Caryl Wilbur, New York; 1900 A : 4471, 
Feb. 17 ; 2c. Feb. 24. 3674 



Between the dog- and the wolf; a play in 4 
acts, by A. J. Whaley. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur J. Whaley, Philadelphia; D: 
12558, Mar. 17, 1908 ; 2c. Mar. 31, 1908. 3675 

Between the horns; incident of white slavery 
founded on fact, by W. Montague. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1913; D: 34420; Walter 
• Montague, San Francisco. 3676 



Between the Japs and Russians 
heroes. 



Between the lights. 



See Military 
See His neighbor's wife. 



Between the lines; comedy drama in 1 act, by 
C. Ellis. [10] p. t". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 19, 1910 ; D : 21887 ; Chas. Ellis, 
Rock Island, 111. 3677 



— a drama in a prologue and 4 acts, by J. B. 
Bradford. Rev. 1901. Typewritten. 

© James B. Bradford, New York ; D : 111, 
Feb. 4, 1901 ; 2c. Feb. 16, 1901. 3678 

— a drama in 5 acts, by J. B. Bradford. Ms, 
© J. B. Bradford, Raynham, Mass.; 1894: 

32989, June 22; 2c. Aug. 20. 3679 

— drama in 4 acts, by G. S. Johns. 73 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1910 ; D : 21712 ; George Sib- 
ley Johns, St. Louis. 3680 

revised, [by] J. B. Bradford. Rayn- 



ham, Mass. TjTDewritten. 

© J. B. Bradford, New York; 1897:31980, 
May 26; 2c. June 4. 3681 

— See also Murfreesboro. 



Between the nightfall and the light; a playlet, 
by Graham Hill. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lillie Langtry, London; D : 9092, Sept. 
17, 1906; 2c. Sept. 17, 1906. 3682 

Between the races; racing episode in 1 act, by 
Frank Finney. [2] 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4, 1910; D: 21742; William 
Robyns, New York. 3683 

Between the soup and the savory; 1 act play, 
by G. E. Jennings. New York, S. French; 
London, S. French, ltd., 1911. 22 p. 4°. 

© Feb. 17, 1911; 2c. Feb. 18, 1911; D: 
23384; Samuel French, ltd., London. 3684 

See also Four one act plays. 

Between trains; dramatic sketch, by W. Woods. 
[1], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1914; D: 37594; Walter 
Woods, Boston. 3684a 

1 act play, by J. W. S. Sullivan. [1], 11 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 20, 1912; D: 29435; J. W. S. 

Sullivan, New York. 3685 



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3707 



Between trains — Continued. 

sketch in 1 act, by W. H. Cline. [18] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1911; D : 24097 ; William 
Hamilton Cline, Los Angeles. 3686 

Between twelve and one; by R. F. Staley. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Richard Felix Staley, New York; D: 
9856, Jan. 28, 1907; 2c. Feb. 4, 1907. 3687 

Between two; a 5 act drama, by C. Simpson. 

© Christina Simpson, Terra Haute, Ind. ; 
1875:9229, Sept. 6. 3688 

Between two continents; sounds from the 
ocean through 3 acts, words and music by A. 
Wayditch. 39 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1913 ; D : 33269 ; Alois Way- 
ditch, New York. 3689 

Between two crowns; a historical drama in 4 
acts, by M. A. Snell. 

© Minnie Andrews Snell, Wichita ; D : 1820, 
May 2, 1902. 3690 

Between two fires; by B. K. Phillips. 

© Bettine K. Phillips, New York ; 1900 A : 
11034, May 1. 3691 

a comedy drama in 3 acts, by Thomas K. 

Serrano. New York, H. Roorbach. 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1888: 
27722, Sept. 29; 2c. Oct. 17. 3692 



— a drama in 4 acts, by J. L. Gilder. 

© Jeannette L. Gilder, New York; 1877: 
3418, Mar. 21. 3693 

— farcical comedy in 3 acts, by M. L. John- 



son. 



© Martha Lafitte Johnson, Philadelphia; 
1882 : 10465, June 24 ; 2c. Feb. 6, 1884. 3694 

or. Which shall it be? a farce comedy 



sketch, by M. Woods. 38 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Murry Woods, New York ; D : 13508, Aug. 

5, 1908; 2c. Aug. 5, 1908. 3695 

Between two foes; an original war drama in 4 
acts, by F. Heermans. 

© Forbes Heermans, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1899 : 
37707, June 7; 2c. June 7. 3696 

Between two forts; a dramatic sketch in 1 act 
and 3 scenes, by C. Spooner. 

© Cecil Spooner, United States; D:874, 
Sept. 17, 1901. 3697 

Between two husbands; farce comedy in 1 act, 
by Darby Clay [pseud, of D. Freedman] 
[1], 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1914 ; D : 38907 ; David Freed- 
man, Brooklyn. 3697a 



Between two lives; a drama of the passing of 
the old and the coming of the new in rural 
life, by Charles William Burkett. New York, 
O. Judd company, 1914. 58 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 4, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 2, 1914 ; A : 371397 ; 
Orange Judd co.. New York. 3697b 

Between two thorns; an original scene on a 
staircase, by Forbes Heermans. New York, 
The De Witt pub. co. house. 

© R. H. Russell & son. New York; 1892: 
52677, Dec. 23; 2c. Dec. 24, 1892; 2c. Dec. 26, 
1893. 3698 

Between two women; by J. B. Foster. 15 p. 
4°. TjT)ewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 10, 1911; D : 23067 ; Julia B. 
Foster, Berkeley, Cal. 3699 

Beulah; a comedy in 3 acts, adapted from Au- 
gusta Jane Evans' novel Beulah, by A. E. 
Ives. [142] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1910; D: 21830; Alice E. 
Ives, New York. 3700 

a dramatization of Augusta J. Evans' novel 

of the same name, by E. H. Culbertson. [2], 
71 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 5, 1910; D: 21476; E. Howard 
Culbertson, Washington. 3701 

Same. 113 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 2, 1910 ; D : 20325 ; E. Howard 
Culbertson, Washington. 3703 

Beulah of Bethesda; play in 1 act, by S. Shat- 
ford. [12] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1914 ; D : 38158 ; Sarah Shat- 
ford, New York. 3702a 

Beulet and Melleen Treelawn; by J. Wilson. 

© Joseph Wilson, Gallipolis, O. ; 1880 : 7489, 
May 13. 3703 

Same. 

© Joseph Wilson, Gallipolis, O. ; 1880 : 8267, 
May 28. 3704 

Bevering Penrose; comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
Houston. 73 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 4, 1915 ; D : 40551 ; Harris Hous- 
ton, Houston. 3704a 

Beverley; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by B. F. 
Underwood. 

© B. F. Underwood, Brooklyn ; 1889 : 14769, 
May 15. 3705 

Beverley Fields; a play in 4 acts, by Marie 
Madison and Frank M. Witmark. f°. Type- 
written. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 2001, 
June 12, 1902; 2c. June 12, 1902. 3706 

a play of nature in 4 acts, by M. Madison 

and F. M. Witmark. Typewritten. 

© Marie Madison and Frank M. Witmark, 
Chicago; D : 842, Sept. 6, 1901; 2c. Oct. 4, 
1901. 3707 



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3708 



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3724 



Beverly's bride; comedy in 3 acts, by N. and O. 
T. Fiske. 162 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 21, 1913; D : 33008 ; Nellie and 
O. T. Fiske, New York. 3708 

Beware. See Circe. 

Beware of a singer; a scream in 15 minutes, by 
M. H. Bettman. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© M. H. Bettman, New York; D : 14865, 
Jan. 20, 1909; 2c. Jan. 14, 1909. 3709 

Beware of Delilah; a farce in 3 acts, by S. Wil- 
mer and W. Vincent. 

© Sidney Wilmer and Walter Vincent, New 
York; 1900 A: 5704, Mar. 2. 3710 

Beware of relatives; farce in 1 act, by J. I. 
Tanzman. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph I. Tanzman, New York ; D : 13176, 
June 13, 1908; 2c. June 13, 1908. 3711 

Beware of tramps; a drama in 3 acts, by H. G. 
Richmond and Ackland [Boyle, known as] 
Von Boyle. 

© Harry G. Richmond, Philadelphia ; 1878 : 
10025, Aug. 31. 3712 

See also Two little vagrants. 

Beware the dog; a sketch in 1 act, by J. Arthur. 
TyiJewritten. 

© Joseph Arthur, New York ; 1895 : 57890, 
Nov. 16; 2c. Nov. 16. 3713 

Bewildering (The) Miss Felicia; a comedy of 
rejuvenation in 3 acts, by G. F. Sturgis for 
female characters only. Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO., 1913. 85 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 15, 1913 ; 2c. Feb. 17, 1913 ; D : 32328 ; 
Granville Forbes Sturgis, Denver. 3714 

Bewitched (The) bear; a vaudeville act with 
dark change, by Geo. A. Lemming. 12 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© George All, London ; D : 14450, Dec. 4, 
1908; 2c. Dec. 4, 1908. 3715 

Bewitched (The) clock; a farce. 

© Ralph B. Pierce, Westboro, Mass.; 1898: 
37390, June 18. 3716 

Bewitched (The) trumpeter; a comical play in 
3 acts, and 6 tableaux, by A. Goldfaden. 

© A. Goldfaden, New York; 1888:18141. 
June 25. 3717 

Bey (The) of Bally-hoo. Sec Nancy Brown. 

Beyant seas. See Margaret and Denny. 

Beyond. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Malcolm Douglas, New York ; D : 5169, 
June 11, 1904; 2c. June 11, 1904. 3718 

Beyond a doubt; a melodrama, by J. B. Hop- 
kins. 

© James B. Hopkins, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1885 : 
10878, May 13. 3719 



Beyond control; modern comedy drama in 3 
acts, by R. P. Macdonald. 100 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 13, 1912 ; D : 30841 ; Royal Per- 
cival Macdonald, Oakland, Cal. 3720 

Beyond disillusion; a dramatic study of mod- 
ern marriage, by W. N. Guthrie. Manhattan, 
The Petrus Stuyvesandt book guild at St. 

■ Mark's in-the-Bouwerie [1915] 5 p. 1., 3-117, 
[1] p. 8». 

© June 14, 1915; 2c. June 17, 1915; aff. 
June 18, 1915; A: 401438; William Norman 
Guthrie, New York. 3720a 

Beyond her depth; play in 4 acts, by E. M. 
Kelley. 168 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 17, 1914; D : 36749 ; Ethel M. 
Kelley, New York. 3720b 

Beyond human might. See Plays; by Bjornst- 
jerne Bjurnson, 

Beyond human power; drama in 2 portions, by 
Bjfjrusterne Bjornson, tr. by Mary Hanford 
Ford. 

© Alice Ives Breed, Boston ; D : 5542, Sept 
17, 1904. 3721 

(Over aevne); play in 2 acts, by Bjom- 

stjerne Bjornson, tr. by Lee M. Hollander. 25 
p. 12°. Printed. 

© Mar. 1, 1915; 2c. Mar. 6, 1915; D : 39889; 
Houghton, Mifflin co., Boston. 3721a 

See also Chief contemporary dramatists. 



[Beyond our power; drama in 2 parts, by 
Bj0rnstjerne Bj0rnson, tr. by S. Dobrik] 

iiD ]i?r*,Ti: 2 ^^N N)2sn-i x ,i:cb*np irrjix -iVTH 

L^r brp*^)2 New York .p^l^NI .D ]'Z 'k^i'mi'S^X 

.1910 C?2Xp 

210 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 1, 1910; 2c. Sept. 13, 1910; A: 
273871 ; Maisel & co., New York. 3721b 

See also Plays; by Bj0rnstjerne Bj0rnson. 



Beyond pardon; drama in 4 acts, by Alice How- 
land. 46 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 10, 1911; D: 24657; Fred C. 
Baughman, Lewistown, 111. 3722 

by Miron Leffingwell, founded on 

P-ertha M. Clay's celebrated novel of same 
name. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 1910. 
[53] p. f". Mimeographed. 

© May 29, 1910 ; 2c. June 4, 1910 ; D : 21259 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicngo. 3723 

•by Theodore Kremer. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Leona Frederica Ross, New York ; D : 
1601, Mar. 19, 1902; 2c. Mar. 19, 1902. 3724 



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3746 



Beyond pardon — Continued. 

a play, dramatized by Mrs. G. Filer. 

© Mrs. G. Filer, Detroit ; 18SS : 31273, Nov. 
3. 3725 

See also Lady Lynn. 

Beyond restoration; drama in 1 act, by B. Law- 
rence. 15 p. 24°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 12, 1914; D: 35680; Edwena 
Lawrence, Pliiladelphia. 3725a 

Beyond Spanish power; a military play in 3 
acts and a prologue. 

© Petrino B. Mattia, Newark, N. J. ; 1897 : 
28331, May 7. 3726 

Beyond the blue hills; western comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by J. Angell. 30 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© 1c. Apr. 28, 1913; D: 33089; Joseph An- 
gell, Fall River, Mass. 3727 

Beyond the border line; 1 act play, by T. Bab- 
cock and M. Asquith. 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. June 12, 1913; D: 33480; Theodore 
Babcock and Mary Asquith, New York. 3728 

Beyond the breakers; melodrama in 4 acts, by 
Sutton Vane. 

© William Calder, New York; 1893:7487, 
Feb. 8. 3729 

Beyond the divide; drama in 4 acts, by R. An- 
derson. [7], 105 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 6, 1911; D: 23563; Richard 
Anderson, Baltimore. 3730 

Beyond the frozen sea; a musical play, words 

by Ralph Akton, music by M. S. A. Glenford. 

© Max August Heinze, Detroit ; D : 15135, 

Feb. 5, 1909. 3731 

Beyond the gates of Paradise. 

© Walter Van Allen, New York; D : 4723, 
Mar. 15, 1904. 3732 

Beyond the grave; a drama, by J. F. Clark. 
New York, The American news co., 1889. 

© John Franklin Clark, New York; 1889: 
729, Jan. 5 ; 2c. Feb. 22. 3733 

Beyond the land of nod; fairy play in pro- 
logue, epilogue and 3 acts, by F. George. 
125 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14. 1914; D: 38106; Frederic 
George, New York. 3733a 

Beyond the law; by B. W. Langsdale. 76 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 26. 1909 ; D : 17529 ; B. W. Langs- 
dale, Kansas City, Mo. 3734 

a society play of Washington life in 4 

acts, by Clarence Black. 49 1. f°. Mimeo- 
graphed. 

© July 2. 1909 ; 2c. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16380 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 3735 
See also Fatal (A) error. 



Beyond the pale; a comedy in 5 acts, by J. Wel- 
don. Typewritten. 

© John Weldon, Brooklyn; 1897:23124, 
Apr. 13; 2c. May 27. 3736 

Beyond the Rockies; by F. S. Isham. 

© F. S. Isham, Detroit; 1896:61332, Nov. 
9. 3737 



— a drama in 4 acts, by Edward Weitzel. 

© Allan Hampton and Frank Hopkins, New 
York ; D : 641, July 8, 1901. 3738 

— See also Triss. 



Beyond the Vistula; a drama in 3 acts, by 
William U. Franey and H. Janz. 

© W. U. Franey and Hugo Janz, Chicago; 
D : 6025, Jan. 9, 1905. 3739 

Bey's (The) handy-man; a farce comedy in 2 
acts, by L. J. Gotto. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Louis J. Gotto, Green Bay, Wis. ; D : 
15230, Feb. 19, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 19, 1909. 3740 

Bezsemenoffs (The); a play in 4 acts, by Max- 
im Gorky [pseud, of A. M. Pieshkov] tr. by 
J. R. Crawford. 

© J. R. Crawford, Erie, Pa. ; D : 2946, Feb. 
3, 1903. 3741 

Bhugga-Bhu; or. An idol of Bhungtung, a 
musical travesty in 2 acts, words by R. C. 
Rose, music by Alfred G. Wathall. t°. Type- 
written. 

© Ray Clarke Rose, Chicago ; D : 2823, Jan. 
7, 1903; 2c. Jan. 13, 1903. 3742 

Bianca; a play of 2 acts and 2 scenes, by W. B. 
F. Krause. 

© William B. F. Krause, San Francisco; 
1872 : 10495, Oct. 2 ; 2c. Oct. 2. 3743 

Bianca's choice; an original libretto and dra- 
. ma tic composition in 2 acts, for a comic opera 
and musical satire, by J. F. Godoy Joseph 
Sydney). New York. 

© Jose F. Godoy, New York; 1880:8822, 
June 11. 3744 

Bianco; or. The enchanted sword, by Jerome 
Ravel and I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1887: 28007, 
Oct. 29. 3745 

Bibel und schwert. See Peter Mvihlenberg. 

Biberpelz (Der) See Dramatic (The) works 
of Gerhart Hauptmann. — Thieves' (The) 
comedy. 

Bibi; a comedy of toys, a spectacular musical 
play, by Charles Barnard. New York [Hints 
publishing co., 1903] 28 p. 12°. 

© W. L. Hatch, New York; D:4168, Oct. 
23, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 12, 1903. 3746 



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3767 



Bibi — Continued. 

a comedy of toys, in 3 acts, by Charles 

Barnard. 

© W. L. Hatch, New York; 1897:22225, 
Apr. 8; 2c. June 4. 

See also Rackerchen. 



3747 



Bible and sword. See Peter Muhlenberg. 
Bible characters. 

© Lucinda C. Cramer, Crete, Neb.; 1900 
A : 21758, Aug. 31. 3748 

Bible Jim; a play in 4 acts. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fred Shuttleworth Morrison, New York; 

D : 8601, May 28, 1906 ; 2c. May 28, 1906. 3749 

Bibliothekar (Der); schwank in 4 akten, von 
Gustav von Moser, ed. by F. W. C. Lieder. 
Boston, New York [etc.] Ginn and company 
[1913 J viii, 218 p. incl. front, (port.) 16". 

© Dec. 2, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 4, 1913 ; A : 361012 ; 
Frederick W. C. Lieder, Cambridge, Mass. 

3750 

■ed. with notes and vocabulary by Hol- 



lon A. Farr. New York, H. Holt & co., 1908. 
iv, 176 p. 12°. 

© Henry Holt & co., New York ; D : 13096, 
June 2, 1908; 2c. June 18, 1908. 3751 

Biceps (Der); vorfall aus dem Balkankrieg, 
dramatisch gestaltet in 3 aufziigen, 6 bildern. 
von Hugo Engelbert Schwarz. [3], 82 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 15, 1914; D: 37603; Comoedia, 
Vienna. 3751a 

Bicycle (The) agent; a musical farce comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Webster. 

© John Webster, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. ; 
1895 : 28356, May 25. 3752 

Bicycle (The) cop; play in 1 act, by McCree 
and Clark. [1], 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. . 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1913: D: 32629; McCree & 
Clark. New York. 3753 

Bicycle (The) girl; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. G. Sommers. 

© H. G. Sommers, Chicago; 1897:28692, 
May 10. 3754 

musical farce-comedy in 3 acts, by J. 



Webster. 

© John Webster, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. ; 
1895:28353, May 25. 3755 

Bicycle (The) man; a musical farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Webster. 

© John Webster, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. ; 
1895 : 28355, May 25. 3756 

Bicycle (The) queen; a musical farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. Webster. 

© John Webster, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. ; 
1895 : 28354, May 25. 3757 



Bicycle vs. wolves; acting dramatic monologue 
for man, by Stanley Schell. p. 69-73. 12°. 
(On cover: Stanley Schell's sketches) 

© Apr. 6, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 9. 1914 ; A : 370558 ; 
Edgar Schell Werner, New York. 3757a 

Bicyclers (The); a farce, by John Kendrick 
Bangs. 

. © Harper & bros., New York ; 1895 : 55779, 
Nov. 2; 2c. Nov. 4. 3758 

Bidden (The) guest; play in 1 act, by G. Jacob- 
son. [2], 9 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1914; D: 36184; Gershon 
Jacobson, Washington. 3758a 

Biddle, the thoroughbred. 

© Charles E. Trevathan, New York; D: 
4765, Mar. 21, 1904. 3759 

Biddy; a comedy drama, by L. R. Shewell. 
New York. 

© C. B. Jefferson. L. R. Shewell and T. 
Jefferson, United States; 1886:25752, No^. 
15. 3760 



a kitchen idyl, 4 act comedy, by W. Peck. 

© Wallace Peck, New York; 1881:20139, 
Dec. 27. 3761 

Biddy Moriarity; by T. P. Sullivan. St. 
Louis. 

© T. P. Sullivan, United States; 1887: 
2821, Feb. 4. 3762 

Biddy Murphy's South. American, wooers; dra- 
matic sketch, by M. Lovel. 13 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1913 ; D : 35125 ; Mary Lovel, 
Lakewood, N. J. 3763 

Biddy Nolan; a comedy drama, by L. R. She- 
well. New York. 

© C. B. Jefferson, L. R. Shewell and T. 
Jefferson, United States; 1886:25753, Nov. 
15. 3764 

Biddy Ronan; a comedy drama, by L. R. She- 
well. New York. 

© C. B. Jefferson, L. R. Shewell and T. 
Jefferson, United States; 1886:25545, Nov. 
11. 3765 

Bide-a-wee (The) bears; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
Thacher Howland Guild. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1907. 22 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Btiker & co., Boston; D: 11665, 
Nov. 5, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 12, 1907. 3766 

Biederleute; satirische komodie in 4 akten, 
von Robert Misch. Berlin [etc.] A. Ahn, 1904. 
125 p. diagr. 12°. 

© Albert Ahn, Cologne. Germany ; D : 5401, 
Aug. 10, 1904; 2c. Acg. 10, 1904. 3767 



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3787 



Biedermeier; liistspiel in 3 akten, von Leo 
Walter Stein. Berlin, E. Bloch, 1913. 72 p. 
12". 

© Ic. May 26, 1913; D: 33331; Ednard 
Bloch, Berlin. 3768 

Bien (El) publico; sj'itira en 2 actos, el primero 
dividido en 2 cuadros, original de P. Muuoz 
Seca. Madrid, Sociedad de autores espafioles, 
1914. 59 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914: D: 
38225; Pedro Muuoz Seca, Madrid. 3768a 

Biff! baff! bufE! 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Sam Levy, Brooklyn ; D : 5536, Aug. 6, 
1904; 2c. Sept. 15, 1904. 3769 

Biff! biff! play in 1 act, by F. K. Peile. [1], 
22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1913; D: 32110; F. Kiusey 
Peile, London. 3770 

Bifurcated (The) girl. 

© Claxton Wilstach, New York; 1900 A: 
13062; May 24. 3771 

Big and little; or. Mountain harvest home, a 
new and original duplicate character, scenic, 
and trick harlequinade. 

© Frank Donaldson, New York ; 1875 : 3007, 
Mar. 30. 3772 

Big and little casino and the joker; comedy 
playlet for vaudeville, by O. C. Mack. [4], 
9 p. 4°. Tyi^ewrltten. 

© Ic. June 27, 1910 ; D : 21421 ; O. C. Mack, 
New York. , 3773 

Big (The) banana; a comic musical sketch, 
written and composed by Alfred B. Sedgwick. 
New York, Happy hours company. 

© Happy hours co., New York ; 1875 : 7646, 
July 22; 2c. July 28. 3774 

Big (The) bayou levee; the first act of a play, 
by C. Newcombe. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Caroline Newcombe, Shreveport, La. ; D : 
12912, May 5, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 25, 1908. 3775 

Big bear trail; comedy in 1 act, by H. Bagg. 
37 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1913; D: 32663; Helen Bagg, 
Chicago. 3776 

Big (The) black blot; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
with songs and dances, by F. B. Bernard. 
Typewritten. 

© Franklin B. Bernard, Denver ; 1899 : 
35096, May 25 ; 2c. May 25. 3777 

Big (A) black boom, slavery days; in 1 act 
and 2 scenes, by A. A. Spitz. 

© Abe A. Spitz, Boston; 1894:3627, .Lin. 
13; Ic. Jan. 13. 3778 



Big (The) bonanza; or. Riches and matches, a 
society novelty in 4 acts, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1875:1367, 
Feb. 13 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1886. 3779 

Big bonanza of Arizona. See Great (The) 
hidden treasure. 

Big (The) boss; or, Crook vs. crook, play in 
1 act, by F. Heath Cobb and G. H. Bowles. 
8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1914; D: 37860; Geo. H. 
Bowles, Kansas City, Mo, 3779a 

Big (The) brother; a study in sociology in 3 
acts, by G. F. Sturgis. 129 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Granville Forbes Sturgis, Brooklyn; D: 
15048, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 10, 1909. 3780 
Big bugaboo; a comic opera, by T. A. Barrett. 
49 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Thomas Aldrich Barrett, Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. ; D : 7794, Dec. 26, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 15, 1906. 

3781 

Big burlesque spectacle extravaganza; in 2 
acts, by S. T. Jack. 

© Sam T. Jack, Chicago; 1895:8774, Feb. 
11. 3782 

Big business; drama in 3 acts, by J. F. Delaney. 
[2], 96 p. f°. Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Jan. 23, 1914; D: 35771; John F. 
Delaney, Chicago. 3782a 

Big (A) day in Bulger; a farce in 1 act, by H. 
Elliott McBride. Philadelphia, The Penn pub- 
lishing company, 1895. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1895 : 39209, 
July 30 ; 2c. July 30. 3783 

Big (The) drum; comedy in 4 acts, by Arthur 
Pinero. London, Chiswick press, 1915. vii, 
115 p. 8". 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1915 ; D : 41634 ; Arthur Wing 
Pinero, London. 3783a 

Big (The) election. See Town talk. 

Big (The) fight; by F. J. Conroy. 16 p. 8°. 
T5T)ewritten. 

© Frank James Conroy, Brooklyn; D: 
14857, Jan. 20, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 20, 1909. 3784 

Big (A) fool; a comedy drama in 4 acts. 29 p. 

f. Typewritten. 

© Will H. Locke, Mound City, Mo.; D: 
3249, Apr. 6, 1903; 2c. Apr. 6, 1903. 3785 

Big Foot Wallace; or. The frontier war, an 
Ethiopian farce, by J. Budd. 

© Jake Budd, Washington ; 1876 : 6905, June 
2. 3786 

Big (The) 4; a combination of grotesque min- 
strel acts, by Lester, Allen, Smith, and Wal- 
dron. 

© Lester, Allen, Smith, and Waldron, 
United States; 1875:8423, Aug. 16. 3787 



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3788 



Big (The) four; play in 2 acts, by W 
bidge. 27 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1913; D: 33366; Wm. E. 
Burbldge, Cliicago. 3788 

Big (The) game; a play in 4 acts, by D. K. 
Higgins and M. O. Higgins. 

© David K. Higgins, New York, and Milton 
O. Higgins, Chicago ; D : 12720, Apr. 10, 190S. 

3789 

Big (A) heart; comedy drama in 4 acts. 

© John J. Black, New York; 1897:2915, 
Jan. 5. 3790 

Big hearted Jim; a western comedy drama in 4 
acts, by W. L. Roberts. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William L. Roberts, Chicago ; D : 625S, 
Feb. 24, 1905; 2c. June 8, 1905. 3791 

Big Injun; a drama in 1 act, by F. H. Norton. 

I© Frank H. Norton, New York ; 1873 : 3583, 

Apr. 9. 3792 

Big Jim; or, Heart of gold, rural comedy in 4 
acts, by C. A. Gordinier. 39 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1909 ; D : 17935 ; Charles A. 
Gordinier, Newark, Mo. 3793 

Big (The) job; comedy, by H. Turner. [15] p. 
8°. Printed. 

© Nov. 1, 1913 ; 2c. Nov. 24, 1913 ; D : 35242 ; 
Harry Turner, Philadelphia. 3794 

Big (A) joke; comedy farce in 1 act, by A. S. 
Hickman. [35] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1911 ; D : 25894 ; Albert Scott 
Hickman. Pearl River, N. Y. 3795 

Big (A) man. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Jav Smith, Schenectady, N. Y. ; D : 11082, 
Julv 30, 1907; Ic. Dec. 9, 1907; Ic. Dec. 20, 
1907. 3796 

by F. O. Bartlett. [2], 25 p. 4°. Tyi^e- 

written. 

© Ic. Nov. 21, 1911; D: 25818; Frederick 
Orin Bartlett, Cambridge, Mass. 3797 

Big Mike drops in; play in 1 act, by Willard 
Mack. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 14, 1915 ; D : 39394 ; Wilton Tay- 
lor, New York. 3797a 

Same. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 8, 1915 ; D : 40599 ; Willard Mack 
and Chas. Bachmann, New York. 3797b 

Big minstrel jubilee; arr. by Chris Lane. (In 

Will Rossiters vaudeville prompter, no. 4) 
© Will Rossiter, Chicago; D : 4073, Oct. 5, 

1903; 2c. Oct. 5, 1903. 3798 

Big mistake; a negro sketch, by A. J. Leavitt, 

arr. by Cbarles White. New York, R. M. De 

Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
2463, Mar. 16; 2c. Mar. 20. 3799 



DKAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
E. Bur- 



3811 



Big moments from great plays. 

© Amelia Bingham, New York ; D : 13969, 
Oct. 1, 1908. 3800 

Big (The) rise; an original 4 act comedy-drama, 
by G. Thomas. 

© Gus. Thomas, St. Louis; 1882: 2499, Feb. 
17. 3801 

Big (The) sensation. 

© Matt J. Flynn, New York ; 1895 : 57689, 
Nov. 21. 3802 

Big sister; play of to-day in 1 act, by F. J. 
Lewis. 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1915 ; D : 40029 ; Florence J. 
Lewis, Boston. 3802a 

Big stakes; a melodrama in a prologue and 4 
acts, by A. Harvey and H. Hosken. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Armiger Harvey and Heath Hosken, Lon- 
don ; D : 3075, Mar. 2, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 2, 1903. 

3803 

Big (The) stick. 4". Typewritten. 

© George V. Hobart, Pelham Manor, N. Y. ; 
D : 11261, Aug. 30, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 30, 1907. 

3804 

Big (The) story; melodramatic comedy, by R. 
Warner. [2], 27 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1913; D: 35120; Richard 
Warner, New York. 3805 

Big (The) surprise; comedy in 1 act, by James 
T. Duffy. 5 p. 4°. TjT)ewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1913; D: 34794; Margaret 
Sawtelle Duffy, New York. 3806 

-a farcical comedy in 1 act, by B. Gerard. 

Typewritten. 

© Barney Gerard. New York; 1900 A: 
23211, Sept. 18 ; 2c. Sept. 18. 3807 

Big (The) Swede; a sensational Swedish dia- 
lect melodrama in 4 acts. f. Typewritten. 
© Ezra C. Walck, Bay City, Mich.; D: 
12496, ]Mar. 6, 1908 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1908. 3808 

Bigamist (The); or. Too much married, a 
drama in 3 acts, by Dominick Murray and 
C. W. Barry. 

© Charles W. Barry, New York; 1872 : 8159, 
Aug. 1. 3809 

Bigamist king; 3 act farce comedy, by B. 
Kling. f". Typewritten. 

© Bernard Kling, Brooklyn ; D : 7584, Nov. 
20, 1905; 2c. Dec. 1, 1905. 3810 

Bigamists (The); comedy in 3 acts, by L. A. 
Browne. 69 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1910 ; D : 22829 ; Lewis Allen 
Browne, Boston. 3811 



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COPYBIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



3835 



Bigamy; a dramatic comedy of to-day, by T. C. 
De Leon. 

'© T. C. De Loon, New York; 1871:9220, 
Oct. 3. 3812 

a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by J. W. Her- 



bert. 

© J. W. Herbert, New Rocbelle, N. Y. ; 1893 : 
35414. July 29. 3813 

an original comedy drama in 3 acts, by 



T. B. jMacdonougb and H. H. Leech. 

© Thomas B. Macdonough and Harry Hare- 
wood Leech, New Yorlv ; 1872:2466. Mar. 12. 

3814 

— a piny, by F. A. Mathews (Marguerite F. 



Aymar) 

© Fannie Aymnr Mathews, New Yorli ; 
1879:142, Jan. 6. 3815 

a play in 5 acts, by E. Henderson and F. 



Aymar Mathews (Marguerite F. Aymar) 

© Ettie Henderson and Fannie A. Mathews, 
United States; 1880; 529, Jan. 9. 3816 



or. The inner circle. Typewritten. 

© Melvin L. Severy, Boston; 1894:35580. 
July 25; 2c. July 24. 3817 

Bigelow's (The) butler; comedy in 3 acts, by 
Harrv O. Osgood. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1903. 62 p. 16". 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D : 3989, 
Sept. 22, 1903; 2c. Nov. 20, 1903. 3818 

Bigger (The) impulse; play in 3 acts, by M. 
Goldman. 64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1911; D : 23102 ; Matthew 
Goldman, New York. 3819 

Biggers' big blunder; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by U. S. Huggius. 

© Ulysses S. Huggins, Wellsburg, W. Va. ; 
D:262, Mar. 26, 1901. 3820 

Bigness (The) of Bill. 15 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Tom P. Morgan, Rogers. Ark. ; D : 10888. 

July 1, 1907; 2c. July 1, 1907. 3821 

Bigote (La); comedie en 2 actes, par J. Renard. 
Paris, Societe d'editions litteraires et artis- 
tiques [1910] 148 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 5, 1910; 2c. May 5, 1910; D : 20938 ; 
Jules Renard, Paris. 3822 

Bijah; a comedy in 1 act and 3 scenes, by C. B. 
Lewis. 

© C. B. Lewis, Detroit; 1880:10741, July 
12. 3823 



— or, Abijah Beaupole's store. 

© Joseph P. Hamlin, jr.. East Boston; 1880: 
18247, Dec. 1. 3824 



Bijou (Le); play in 1 act, by M. Clover and L. 
Conly. 14 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 14, 1910; D: 22806; Madge 
Clover, Los Angeles, and Louella Conly, Pasa- 
dena. 3825 

or. Good company, a musical comedy, by 

M. Wolf. 

© Mark Wolf, Boston ; 1882 : 17954, Oct. 26. 

3826 

Bijou (La), the waif and stray; a play in 3 

acts, adapted from Ouida's novel Tricotrin 

with original songs and duets by H. W. Ellis. 

© H. Wyne Ellis, United States; 1882: 2754, 

Feb. 22. 3827 

Bilberry of Tilbury; a musical, farcical play in 
3 acts, libretto by Silvanus, Dauncey and 
George D. Day, lyrics by George D. Day, mu- 
sic by Guy Jones. Typewritten. 

© B. Feldman, London; 1898:24255, Apr. 
18; 2c. Apr. 18. 3828 

— — Same. 

© Silvanus Dauncey, George D. Day and G. 
.Tones. Brighton, England; 1898:26438, Apr. 
28: 2c. Apr. 28. 3829 

Bilderbuch (Das); ballett-feerie in 1 akte, von 
Tull und Fiflelio, musik von Josef Bayer. 
Leipzig, Aug. Cranz, 1909. 12 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 4. 1909 ; 2c. Dec. 16, 1909 ; D : 17877 ; 
Aug. Cranz, Leipzig. 3830 

Bildschnitzer (Die); tragodie braver leute, von 
Karl Schouhorr. Leipzig. L. Staackmann, 
1912. 67 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 6, 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 27. 1912 ; D : 28459 ; 
L. Staackmann, Leipzig. 3831 

Bill; jilay in 1 act, by B. J. Gartland. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1912; D: 28473; Bessie J. 
Gartland, Chicago. 3832 

Bill Adams, the hero of Waterloo; farcical 
comedy in 4 acts, by A. G. Lumsden. [3], 
89 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 26, 1914; D: 37954; Alfred G. 
Lumsden, Melbourne, Australia. 3832a 

Bill and his book; or, Shakespeare's house 
party, by G. Noble. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Grace Noble, Cincinnati ; D : 7419, Oct. 
18. 1905; Ic. Oct. 9, 1905; Ic. Nov. 2, 1905. 

3833 

Bill Detrick; or. The mystery of Oliver's 
Eerry, a melodrama in 3 acts, by A. Newton 
Field. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1883 : 19424, Oct. 
22; 2c. Oct. 22. 3834 

Bill Freeman; comedy in 4 acts, by Howard 
Wiswall Bible. [86] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1912 ; D : 30359 ; Emily Duff. 
New York. 3835 



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3857 



Bill (A) from the milliner; monologue, by May- 
Isabel Flsk. (In Harper's magazine, v. 107, 
no. 642, Nov., 1903) 

© Harper & bros.. New York; D : 3946, 
Sept. 15, 1903; 2c. Oct. 23, 1903. 3836 

See also Monologues. 

Bill Green; 1 act comedy sketch, by O. J. Reiss. 
17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 19, 1912 ; D : 30572 ; Oliver J. 
Reiss, New Orleans. 3837 

Bill 'Iggins, valet; 1 act comedy sketch [by 
J. Brooks] IS p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1912 ; D : 29672 ; Jack Brooks, 
Terre Haute, Ind. 3838 

Bill Jenks, crook; by W. H. Clifford. [14] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 24, 1911; D: 25584; Wm. H. 
Clifford, New York. 3839 

Bill Jepson's wife; [by] Robert C. V. Meyers. 
© P. Garrett & co., Philadelphia; 1.SS5 : 
26496, Dec. 16; 2c. Sept. 9, 1886. 3840 

Bill Jones; duologue, by William and Josephine 
Giles. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. 7 p. 
12". 

© July 6. 1914: 2c. July 7. 1914; D: 37482; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 3840a 

Bill Jones, the scout; an ideal Grand army play 
in 5 acts, including 6 transformation tab- 
leaux [by] Frances L. James. 

© George A. Sawin and E. H. Noble, New 
Bedford, Mass. ; 1884 : 10134, May 17. 3841 

Bill (A) of fare; a comedy in 3 acts, by G. R. 
Warren. 

© Giles Revnolds Warren, Decatur, 111. ; 
1894 : 12806. Mar. 5. 3842 

Bill Perkins' proposin' day; comedy in 1 act, 
bv Helena A. Pfeil. Chicago. The Dramatic 
publishing co., 1910. 12 p. 4°. 

© Dec. 29. 1910 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1911 ; D : 22980 : 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 3843 

Bill (The) poster; by E. R. Lang. 

© Edwin R. Lang, New York; 1885:26118. 
Dec. 12. 3844 

a twenty minute vaudevillainy. 14 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Edwin Baker. Brooklyn ; D : 8733. June 
23, 1906 : 2c. June 23. 1906. 3845 

Bill (The) posters' strike; a comedy in 2 
scenes to finish in 1 scene, by O. Zinn. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Oscar Zinn, New York; D: 12294, Feb. 3. 
1908; 2c. Feb. 3. 1908. 3846 

Bill rendered. See Spectre (The) 



Bill Ryan, the stage hand; comedy vaudeville 
.sketch, by H. W. Hoadley. [1], 6 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1914; D: 38103; Harold 
William Hoadley, New York. 3846a 

Bill Slugs; an idyl of the wild Northwest, an 
oi'iginal drama in 4 acts, by S. Maybell. 

© Stephen Maybell, San Francisco; 1875: 
4474, May 1. 3847 

Bill, the coachman; or, A couple of curious 
courtships, a farce comedy in 3 acts, by John 
M. Francis. New York, S. French; London, 
Samuel French, ltd.. 1910. 55 p. 16°. (On 
cover: No. ii French's American acting ed.) 

© Aug. 16. 1910; 2c. Aug. 17, 1910: D: 
21815; Samuel French, New York. 3848 

Bill, the scoiTt; or. The ten-or of the Wom- 
panoags, a drama in 3 acts, by W. T. Mere- 
dith. 

© William T. Meredith. Baltimore; 1S76: 
3072. Mar. 11. 3849 

Bill (The) toppers; dramatiziation in 4 acts of 
Andre Castaigne's novel of the same name, by 
P. Kestler. [90] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1. 1911: D: 2.38.35: Paul Kester, 
Gunston, Va., and Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. 3850 

play in 4 acts, by P. Kester. 167 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 19. 1910: D: 22850: Bobbs-Mer- 
rill CO. and Paul Kester, United States. 3851 

Billee Taylor; a musical burletta in 2 acts, by 
L. P. Richardson. 

© Leander P. Richardson, New York: IS^I : 
4877. Mar. 31. 3852 

Billet (Le) doux. 

(c) Lvdin M. Lister. San Francisco: D: 
9200. Oct. 6, 1906. 3853 

Billie Blue; American militnrv light opera in 
3 acts, by E. W. Ruff. [33] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sent. 30. 1911; D : 25356 ; Edenr 
Weston Ruflf, New York. 3854 

or, T'osemite. a military comic licht opera 



in 3 nets, hook, lvn>s and music bv E. W. 
Ruflf. [1131 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 8. 1912; D : 28981 ; Edgar W. 
Ruff. New York. 3855 

Billie's career; or. The watchers in the night, 
by W. Stahr. f. Typewritten. 

© Walter Stahr. St. Louis; D : 13484. Aus. 
1, 1908: 2c. Aug. 1. 1908. 3856 

Billie's first love; 1 act play, by G. Griswold. 
Typewritten. 

© Grace Griswold. New York; 1900 A: 

27824, Nov. 10; 2c. Nov. 10. 3857 



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3881 



Billie's pal; comedy in 1 act, by E. Lawrence 
Gibson. 11 p. f . Typewritten. 

:© Ic. June 15, 1911 ; D : 24485 ; E. L. Gib- 
son, Newport, R. I. 3858 

Billing''s dog. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fred Palmer Howard, CleA'eland; D: 
6445, Apr. 1, 1905; 2c. Apr. 1, 1905. 3859 

Billionaire (The); a comedy, by A. R. Haven. 

© Albert Roland Haven, New York; 1SS5: 
250G5, Nov. 30. 3860 

a farce comedy in 3 acts, by J. A. Stevens. 

© John A. Stevens. Philadelphia; 1801: 
8143, Mar. 3. 3861 



— a musical comedy in 3 acts, by H. B. Smith. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York ; D : 2080, 
July 3, 1902; 2c. Feb. 3, 1903. 3862 

— See also Scoop (The) 



Billionaire in Strangeland; a musical comedy 
in 3 acts, by A. Lawrence. 

© Arthur Lawrence, Newark, N. J.; D: 

8533, May 15, 1906. 3863 

Billionaires (The); a farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
L. Buchanan. 

© Lorraine Buchanan, Springfield, Mo. ; D : 
3206, Mar. 28, 1903. 3864 

Bills; farce in 1 act, by John M. Francis. New 
York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 1909. 
17 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 13. 1909; 2c. Nov. 15, 1909; D: 
17373; Samuel French. New York. 3865 

Bill's boot; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. J. Sul- 
livan, L. Smith and H. W. Williams. 

© Jos. J. Sullivan, Lnwrence Smith and H. 
W. Williams, Pittsburgh; 1891:33939, Sept. 
23. 3886 



a spectacular farce comedy in 3 acts. 

© Joseph J. Sullivan and Larry Smith. 
United States ; 1891 : 33828, Sept. 22. 3867 

Bill's kid; 1 act drama, by E. Totten. 5, p. f". 
Typewritten. 

© Edyth Totten. New York ; D : 1836, May 
3, 1902 ; 2c. May 3, 1902. 3868 

Bill's mermaid; romance of the sea in 1 act, by 
E. Magnus. [9] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 19. 1913; D: 35388; Eugenie 
Magnus, New York. 3869 

Bill's partner; drama of western life in 1 act, 
by M. Holland and L. Webb. 15 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1910; D: 20118; Montgomery 
Holland and Leland Webb, Monmouth, 111. 

3870 



Billy; comedy drama in 1 act, by H. M. Hall. 
[1], 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 4, 1914; D: 39000; Hazel Mae 
Hall, New York. 3870a 
a comedy in 3 acts, by Matthew Brennan. 

© William Morris and John T. Hall, New 
York; D: 1275, Jan. 13, 1902. 3871 

a drama, by L. Fletcher. 

© Lydia Fletcher, United States; 1883: 
19229, Oct. 19. 3872 

1 act sketch, by P. Westerly. 9 p. 24°. 

© Ic. June 8, 1910 ; D : 21304 ; Pauline Wes- 
terly, Pasco, Wash. 8873 
See also Justice. 

Billy and the directing- fates; play in 2 acts, Dy 
John Redhead Froome, jr. Chicago, Dramatic 
pub. CO., 1914. 27 p. 12°. (Sergei's acting 
drama, no. 630) 

© Dec. 31. 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 6, 1915 ; D : 39326 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 3873a 

Billy and the girl; 1 act play, by Will M. Cressy 
and H. Irwin. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 13, 1910 ; D : 17926 ; Harry Irwin, 
Clinton, la. 3874 

Billy Barkley's baby. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ethel Clifton. New York; D:8173, Mar. 
16, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 14, 1906. 3875 

Billy Ben's pirate play; dress rehearsal in 1 
act, by R. Woodman. Franklin, O., Eldridge 
entertainment house. 23 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 19, 1912 ; D : 31171 ; 
Rea Woodman, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3876 

Billy-Billy. 

© Louis T. and Theodore H. Ollesheimer. 
Detroit ; D : 10993, July 18, 1907. 3877 

Billy Bing, the bachelor from Birmingham; a 
curtain rai?er with a moral, by J. M. Leveque. 
1st installment. 

© J. M. Leveque, New Orleans ; D : 13569. 
Aug. 12, 1908. 3878 

Billy Bounce and Bogieman. 

© W. W. Denslow and Dudlev A. Braednn. 
New York ; D : 9785, Jan. 14, 1907. 3879 

Billy Bouncer; play in 1 act, bv Erwin K. Nadel. 
2 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 20, 1914; D: 37363; Patrick J. 
Casey, New York. 3879a 

Billy Brown's friend; sketch, by E. S. Whinery. 
7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 26, 1910; D: 20595; Emmet S 
Whinery, Pasadena. 3880 

Billy Fortune and the lightfoot girlie; a play 
in 1 act, from story by Wm. R. Lighton, drama- 
tized by M. M. Walsh. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. June 26, 1912; D : 30104 ; Margaret 
Mansfield Walsh, Cincinnati. 3881 



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3899 



Billy Jones's man; play in 1 act, by Wal- 
ter Montague. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1912 ; D : 31372 ; T. Lawrence 
Smith, San Francisco. 3882 

Billy Loyd, the wharf rat. 

© J. C. Arnold, Kansas City, Mo.; 1SS6 : 
167% Jan. 20. 3883 

Billy of Philly; farce comedy in 3 acts, by L. 

Hinliley and M. Ferris. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1915; D: 40263; Laura Hink- 

ley, Mt. Vernon, la., and Mabel Ferris, New 

York. 3883a 

Billy, the boy artist; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, book and lyrics, by E. F. Payne. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Edward F. Pavne, Belmont, Mass.; D: 
8727, June 22, 1906 ; 2c. June 22, 1906. 3884 

Billy, the burglar. See Their suffrage spat. 

Billy, ihe hero; a comedy playlet, by Jay Fox. 
25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Jav Fox. New York ; D : 13671, Aug. 21, 
1908 ; 2c. Aug. 21, 1908. 3885 

Billy, the kid; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
Walter Woods and Joseph Santley. 4° Type- 
written. 

© Joseph Santlev co.. inc.. New York; D: 
9006, Aug. 28, 1906; 2c. Aug. 13, 1907. 3886 

.Ma episode in the life of the famous boy 

bandit in 4 acts, by Walwin Woods (Walter 
Woods). Typewritten. 

© Walter Woods. Erie, Pa. ; D : 3880, Aug. 
14, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 24, 1903. 3887 

Billy Todd's mother. See His first case. 

Billy's aunt; farce in 1 act, by S. E. Smyth. 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 17, 1914: D: 35686; Samuel 
Elisha Smyth, Omaha, Neb. 3887a 

or. Living up to Billy, play in 4 acts and 

4 scenes, by E. Cooper. [61] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 10, 1914; D: 39056; Elizabeth 
Cooper, New York. 3887b 

Billy's awakening; farce, by Frederick Allen. 
10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1911; D : 25949 ; John Francis 
White, Chicago. 3888 

Billy's best girl; tabloid comedy drama in 3 
acts, by W. C. Herman. Chicago, Chicago 
manuscript co., 1914. [32] p. f. Mimeo- 
graphed. 

© Dec. 1, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 18, 1914 ; D : 39140 ; 
Alex. Byers, Chicago. 3888a 

Billy's boss; vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by W. 
E. La Rose. [1], 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 8, 1914 ; D : 35584 ; W. E. La Rose. 
La Crosse, Wis. 3888b 



Billy's bungalow; comedy in 3 acts and 1 scene, 
bv E. M. Crane. New York, Dick <& Fitzger- 
ald, 1910. 53 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 12, 1910; 2c. Jan. 13, 1910; D: 
17924 : Eleanor Maud Crane, New York. 3889 

Billy's chorus girl; a comedietta, by Clara B. 
Batchelder. Chicago, T. S. Denison, 1907. 
. 16p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison. Chicago; D: 11098, Aug. 1, 
1907; 2c. Oct. 25, 1907. 3890 

Billy's getaway; a 1 act farce, by John S. Car- 
roll. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1911; D : 25729 ; Carl Knapp, 
New York. 3891 

Billy's happy day; a dramatic play in 1 act, by 
E. T. Emery. 9 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Edwin T. Emery, San Francisco ; D : 
13147, June 8, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 25, 1908. 3892 

Billy's little love affair; comedy in 3 acts, by 
Heurv V. Esmond. New York, S. French; 
London, S. French, ltd., 1904. 82 p. 12°. 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 5790, Nov. 
18, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 28, 1904. 3893 

Billy's little murder. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. F. M. Vermilve, New York ; D : 2705, 
Dec. 12, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 12, 1902. 3894 

Billy's mishaps: a farce in 1 act, by Viola Gard- 
ner Brown. Chicago, T. S. Denison [1903] 
9 p. 16°. 

© Thos. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 3709, July 
n, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 3, 1903. 3895 

Billy's mother; play in 1 act, by G. Davis. [1], 
20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1913 ; D : 35213 ; Gordon Davis. 
Spokane, Wash. 3896 

Billy's partner; 1 act comedy, by M. Raynor. 
9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1910; D: 20058; Maude Ray- 
nor, Chicago. 3897 

Billy's redemption; farce comedy in 1 act, by 
R. E. Guthrie. [1], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1913; D: 33376; R. Everett 
Guthrie, Chicago. 3898 

Billy's scoop; dramatic sketch in 1 act, by G. M. 
Parker. [1], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 20, 1914 ; D : 38276 ; Gilman Mon- 
cure Parker, Chicago. 3898a 

Billy's tombstones; comedy in 3 acts, by George 
Cameron [pseud, of Gladys Drew] 149 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1909 ; D : 17517 ; Gladys Drew, 
New York. 3899 



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3924 



Bimbo of Bombay; act 3.. 

I© A. R. Wilson, New York; 1899:13200, 
Feb. 17 ; 2e. Feb. 17. 3900 

magico-hypnotic comedy in 3 acts, by Edgnr 



Smith. 

© E. J. Dooley and E. M. Graves, Hartford ; 
1897:46344, Aug. 18; 2c. Ang. 10. 3901 

Bimini; an opera, words by E. A. Wood. 

© E. A. Wood, Pittsburgh; 1889 : 10982, Apr. 
6 ; 2c. Sept. 23, 1890. 3902 

Binding- (The) link; dramatic sketch in 1 scene, 
by V. Palen. [8] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1913; D : 32237 ; Victor Palen, 
Toronto, Canada. 3903 

Bindra, the minstrel; opera in 2 acts, by 
Frances Allitsen. 21 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 31, 1909; D: 16668; Wilfred 
Lucas, New York. 3904 

Bing Bing (The) brothers; a comedy with 

lyrics, by A. J. Lamb. 93 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur J. L.imb, New York; D: 11557, 

Oct. 21, 1907; 2c. Oct. 21, 1907. 3905 

Bing villa next stop; comedy in 1 act. by N. A. 
Sparks. [3], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1913; D: 33385; Ned A. 
Sparks. New York. 3306 

Binxy's romance (A glimpse of the gutter); 
sketch in 1 act, by O. T. Fiske. 15 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Oliver T. Fiske, New York; D:158S, 
Mar. 17, 1902; 2c. Mar. 17, 1902. 3907 

Biografter (The); moving picture novelty in 2 
scenes, by Frank D. Thomas. 6 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1912; D: 31464; F. D. 
Thomas, New York. * 3908 

Bird (A) and a bottle. 

© Caryl Wilbur, New York; 1900 A: 17192, 
July 12. 3909 

a dramatic composition, by Louis Wesley 

Jones. 

© Ellen Campion, San Francisco ; D : 295, 

Apr. 1, 1901. 3910 

Bird (The) cage; drama in 3 acts, by A. Adams. 
[2], 72 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1912; D : 31093 ; H. A. Adams, 
La Jolla, Cal. 3911 

Bird Center; Cap Fry's birthday party; a play 
in 1 act, by George Ade. 8 p. 8°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© John T. McCutcheon, Chicago; D : 4549, 
Jan. 25, 1904 ; 2c. Jan. 25, 1904. 3912 

Bird (The) charmer. See Bessie. 



Bird (The) child; play in 1 act, by L. G. White. 
[2], 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1914 ; D : 36122 ; Lucy Goode 
White, San Francisco. 3912a 

Bird (The) claim; by E. Nice. 36 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Eugene Nice, New York ; D : 15005, Feb. 
5, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 5, 1909. 3913 

Bird (The) family and their friends; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Verna M. Raynor. Clyde, O., 
Ames' publishing company. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O.^ 1898 : 9365, Feb. 
3 ; 2c. Feb. 9. 3914 

Bird (A) in a gilded cage; a comedy drama in 
4 acts, by H. Wall and S. H. Speck. 

© Howard Wall, New York, and S. H. 
Speck, Cleveland; 1900 A : 2167, Jan. 24. 3915 

a society drama in 4 acts, by Seymour Tib- 

bals. Typewritten. 

© R. W. Marks, Perth, Canada; 1900 A: 
1.5092, June 18 ; 2c. June 18. 3916 

Bird in the hand. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Delia M. Clarke, New York; D : 9798. 
Jan. 16, 1907; 2c. Jan. 16, 1907. 3917 

a farce in 1 act, by S. B. Alexander. Type- 
written. 

© Sigmund B. Alexander, Boston ; 1891 : 
41237, Nov. 17; Ic. Nov. 17. 3918 

Same. New York, M. Witmark & sons 

[1906] 23 p. 12°. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York; D : 8948, 
Aug. 10, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 10, 1906. 3919 

play in 1 act, by Delia Clarke. [2], 36 p. 

4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1913; D : 34406; Delia Clarke 
Sullivan, New York. 3920 

Bird (The), M. D.; or. How the widow caught 
the bird. 

© Katherine Stagg, New York ; 1899 : 23833, 
Apr. 4. 3921 



[9] p. 



A° 



Bird (The) man; by O. T. Johnsone. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 26, 1911 ; D : 25610 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 3922 

— — musical playlet shown at rehearsal, by L. E. 
Trimm. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1911; D: 24825; Leslie B. 
Trimm, New York. 3923 

piny in 1 act, by O. T. Johnsone. [25] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1913; D : 34844 ; Otto T. 

Johnsone, Brooklyn. 3924 



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3947 



Bird (A) of paradise; drama in 3 acts, by R. W. 
Tully. [147] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1911; D:2390S; Richard 
Walton Tully, Alma, Cal. 3925 

Hawaiian play in 3 acts, by R. W. Tully. 

[17] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1911 ; D : 28104 ; Richard Wal- 
ton Tully, Arcadia, Cal. 3926 

Bird (The) of passage; comedy in 3 acts, by J. 
F. Ballard. [304] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 19, 1911 ; D : 23992 ; John Fred- 
erick Ballard, Cambridge, Mass. 3927 

Bird of prey; play in 1 act, by F. M. Page. 10 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 1, 1909; D: 17242; Fiddis M. 
Page, United States. 3928 

Birdie; or, "Was it criminal? drama in 3 acts, 
by Barba Rossa [pseud, of W. O. Soubron] 

© William Otto Soubron, Milwaukee: D: 
1046, Oct. 31, 1901. 3929 

Birdland; by J. L. Lasky. 

© Jesse Louis Lasky, New York ; D : 10755, 
June 12, 1907. 3930 

by Paul West. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Jesse Louis Lasky, New York; D : 14298. 
Nov. 16, 1908; 2c. Nov. 10, 1908. 3931 

Birds. 8ee Aristophanes' Birds, Frogs and 
Clouds. 

Bird's (The) Christmas Carol; dramatic version 
[in prologue and 3 acts], by K. D. Wiggin in 
collaboration with Helen Ingersoll. Boston 
aud New York, Houghton Mifflin company, 
1914. xviii, 103 p. 12". 

© Oct. 31, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1914 ; D : 38668 ; 
Kate Douglas Wiggin, New York. 3931a 

Birds in a cage; a comic dramatic sketch, by R. 
J. Dunglison. Philadelphia, Collins, printer, 
1872. 

© Richard J. Dunglison, Philadelphia; 
1872 : 1826, Feb. 24. 3932 

Birds in a gilded cage; comedietta in 1 act, by 
O. Colburn. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Otis Lincoln Colburn, Chicago; D: 10464, 
May 1, 1907 ; 2c. May 1. 1907. 3933 

Birds Island; a drama in 4 acts, by Sallie F. 
Toler. Chicago, The Dramatic publishing 
company. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1897 : 59871. 
Oct. 22 ; 2c. Oct. 21. 3934 

Birds of a feather; American comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Frost. 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1915 ; D : 41548 ; Emil Frost, 
New York. 3934a 

a comedy in 4 acts, by D. Lowry. 

© David Lowry, Pittsburgh; 1881:18.^)36, 
Sept. 3 ; 2c. Sept. 3. 3935 



Birds of a feather — Continued, 

comedy in 1 act, by C. Twyford. [2], 17 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan 2, 1912 ; D : 28196 ; Cyril Twyford, 
London. 3936 

by G. M. Rosener. [4], 15 p. 4". 



Typewritten, 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1913 ; D : 34378 ; George M. 
Rosener, New York. 3937 

— an entirely original melodramatic comedy 
in 4 acts, by H. H. Winslow. 

© Herbert Hall Winslow, New York ; 1891 : 
11274, Mar. 27. 3938 

— a farce-comedy in 3 acts, adapted and aug- 
mented from the French of Meilhac and 
Halgvy, by E. Jamieson. 

© Egbert Jamieson, Chicago; 1879:16885, 
Dec. 15. 3939 

— musical comedy in 2 acts, book and lyrics 
by A. Lowe, music by A. B. Sloane. 

© Allen Lowe and A. Baldwin Sloane, New 
York ; D : 9086, Sept. 14, 1906. 3940 

1 act comedy, by F. Allen. 12 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 16918; Frederick 

Allen, Salt Lake City. 3941 

— play in 4 acts, by T. J. GafEney. 46 p. f. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1913; D: 31881; Thomas J. 
Gaffne5% Albany. 3942 

— play in 1 act, by J. McCree. [1], 15 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 29, 1913; D: 34272; Junie Mc- 
Cree, New York. 3943 

by R. A. Hicks. 7 p. f°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1915 ; D : 39612 ; Raymond Au- 
gustus Hicks. Los Gatos. Cal. 3943a 

Birds (The) of passage; play in 3 acts, by J. 
Roluick. [2], 153 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1913 ; D : 31S75 ; Jacob Rolnifk, 
Brooklyn. 3944 

See also Clipped wings. 

Birds of prey; drama in 4 acts and 2 scenes, 
adapted from the Russian, by W. E. Smith. 
63 p. f". Typewritten, 

© William E. Smith, Brooklyn; D:5071, 
May 24, 1904 ; 2c. May 24, 1904. 3945 

drama in 3 acts, by B. W. Starkweather. 

[1], 51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 1913; D: 34149; Bertha Wil- 
kins Starkweather, Los Angeles. 3946 

a melodrama in 5 acts, by J. T. Mclntyre. 

© John T. Mclntvre and M. Wayne Kratz, 

Philadelphia ; 1895 : 50199, Oct. 3. 3947 



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3966 



Birds of prey — Continued. 

or, Sucli is life, a comedy in 4 acts, by Gus- 

tav Von Moser. 
© Bolossv Kiralfy, United States; 1878: 

3386, Mar. 20. 3948 

Birds of the Limberlost; by G. S. Porter. New 
York, Doiibleday, Page «& co., 1914. 1 p. 1., i, 
3-24 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 16, ini4 ; 2c. Feb. 18, 1914 ; D : 36147 ; 
Gene Stratton Porter, Rome City, Ind. 3948a 

Birth; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. H. Manners. 
171 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Hartley ISIanners. New York ; D : 13647, 
Aug. 26, 1908; 2c. Sept. 11, 190S. 3949 

piny in 1 act, by M. A. W. Koll. 14 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1914 : D : 39068 ; Melanie A. 
W. Koll, Chicago. 3949a 

Birth and breeding'; a play in 4 acts, adapted 
from the German by Jerome K. Jerome. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1892:20003. 
May 11. 3950 

Birth and gold; or, "Woven of many threads, 
a sensational drama in 4 acts, and 4 tableaux, 
by J. M. Charles and N. A. Conkey. 

© J. M. Charles and Nate A. Conkey, Pitts- 
burgh ; 1871 : 8277, Sept. 4. 3951 

Birth (The) of a Frankenstein; morality play 
in 1 act, by Anna Wynne. 24 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 3. 1915 ; D : 39575 ; Anna Wynne 
O'Ryan, New York. 3951a 

Birth (The) of a hero; 1 act play, by L. Gregory. 
10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11. 1911; D: 23619; Lawrence 
Gregory, New York. 3952 

Birth (The) of a sea serpent; drama in 1 act, 

by G. H. Trader. [2], 18 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 5. 1013: D : 35266; George Henry 

Trader, Fort Wadsworth, N. Y. 3953 

Birth (The) of chemistry. See Chemia. 

Birth (The) of Christ; biblical drama -in 10 
scenes, bv J. H. Knhlman. Loudonville, O.. J. 
H. Knhlman. [23] p. 12". 

© Nov. 11. 1914; 2c. Nov. 12, 1914: D: 
38783; John H. Knhlman, Loudonville. O. 

3953a 

play, by J. H. Kuhlman. 22 p. f. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1911; D: 28012; J. H. Knhl- 
man, Loudonville, O. 3954 



Birth (The) of liberty; a 4 act melodrama, by 
A. M. De Lisser. 

© Alfred M. De Lisser, New York; 1895: 
13667, Mar. 8. 3956 

in 5 acts. 

© Annie B. Williams, Springfield, Mass. ; 
1885 : 13427, June 19. 3957 

Birth (The) of love; a comedy-drama, by E. B. 
Koller. 

© Euphemia B. Koller, New York; 1896: 
58099, Oct. 22. 3958 

Birth of minstrelsy; a tuneful potpourri in 3 
servings, by W. D. Hall. 65 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© William D. Hall, Philadelphia ; D : 6973, 
July 15. 1905 ; 2c. July 15, 1905. 3959 

Birth of Old Glory; a Betsy Ross sewing party, 
an original dramatic patriotic sketch, by Chas. 
Noel Douglas. New York, M. Witmark & sons, 
1905. 16 p. 16°. 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York; D: 7714, 
Dec. 14, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 14, 1905. 3960 

Birth (The) of the golden god; an extrava- 
ganza. 

© Western theatrical syndicate, Chicngo; 
1898 : 3220, Jan. 5. 3961 

Birth (The) of the opal; a dramatic ballet in 3 
tableaux. 

© Edna Worthlev Underwood, Kansas Citv, 
Mo. ; D : 9504, Nov. 22, 1906. 3962 

Birth of the poppy and the California girl; 
play in 2 acts, by A. L. Benson. 9 p. f°. 
Typewritten, 

© Ic. Feb. 23, 1910; D: 20313; Andrew L. 
Benson, Santa Barbara, Cal. 3963 

Birth (The) of the rainbow; or, Erin's vision, 
a drama in 4 acts for schools and academies, 
by P. T. Carew. 

© Paul T. Carew, Newark, N. J.; 1896-. 
28668, May 11 ; 2c. June 1. 3964 

Birth (The) of the sunflower; transformation 
sketch in 1 act, by J. H. Decker. 

© J. H. Decker, New York ; D : 3744, July 
22, 1903. 3965 

Birthday (The) cake; a comedy, in 2 acts, by 
Carrie Tammie. 

© Roxbury pub. co.. New York ; 1899 : 76309, 
Nov. 22 ; 2c. Nov. 22. 3966 



Birth (The) of Galahad; fby] Rlrhard Hovey. 
Boston, Small, Maynard & co., 1898. 

© Small, Mavnard & co., Boston; 1898: ^^ 
33525, May 31 ; 2c. June 11. 3955 '-1 Birthday of the infanta. See Court favour. 



Birthday (The) celebration; comedy in 4 acts, 
by F. C. Barclay. 94 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20, 1915; D: 39775; Fannie C. 
Barclay, New York. 3966a 



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Birthday (The) party; sketch, by C. H. Burke. 
11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Henry Burke, New York ; D : 
16018, June 7, 1909 ; 2c. June 7, 1909. 3967 

a musical comedy in 1 act, by Joe Goodwin. 

2 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Von Eiff & Havman, New York ; D : 14406, 
Nov. 28, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 27, 1908. 3968 

Birthday (The) present; 1 act sketch, by F 
Whitehouse. [2], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 24, 1913 ; D : 33310 ; Frances 
Whitehouse, Valley Cottage, N. Y. 3969 

Birthday (A) revelation; dramatic sketch, by A. 
Green. 9 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1911 ; D : 25827 ; A. Green. Los 
Angeles. 3970 

Birthday roses; a play in 3 acts, by C. H. Chase. 

© Clifford Hoffman Chase. Haverhill, 

Mass. ; 1894 : 24690, May 16. 3971 

Birthdays (The); Lincoln nnd WashinEftou 
birthday dialogue for four boys and four girls, 
by Clara J. Denton. New York, J. Fischer & 
bro. [1910] 3 p. 12°. (Fischer's edition 
plays, dialogues, and drills) 

© Jan. 14, 1910; 2c. Jan. 14, 1910; D : 1797] : 
J. Fischer & bro., New York. 3972 

Birthmark (The); comedy in 4 acts, by A. 
Sullivan. 70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 2, 1915: D: 41667; Alan Sulli- 
van, Toronto, Canada. 3972a 

Birthright (The); a play in 4 acts. 

© George Porter, Bridgeport, Conn. ; D ; 
11613, Oct. 28, 1907. 3973 

by C. Skinner. 

© Constnnce Skinner, Los Angeles; D : 8671, 
June 11, 1906. 3974 

Same. 77 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1909; D : 17009 ; Constance 
Skinner, Chicago. 3975 

Snme. New ed. [106] p. 4°. Typewritten. 



© Ic. July 30, 1913; D: 33945; Constnnce 
Skinner, New York. 3976 

by V. Kline. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 



© Ic. Sept. 2, 1913; D: 34302; Virginia 
Kline, New York. 3977 

play in 2 acts, by T. C. Murray. Dublin. 



Mannsel & co., ltd., 1911. 43 p. 12°. (On 
cover; Abbey theatre series, v. 14) 

© Apr. 15, 1911 ; 2c. June 2, 1911 ; D : 24382 ; 
T. C. Murray, Rathduff Blarney, Co. Cork, 
Ireland. 3978 

problem playlet, by J. C. Nugent. [1], 15 p. 



f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 6. 1914; D: 36759; John Chnrles 
Nugent, Canal Dover, O. 3978a 



Birthstrike (The); 1 act war tragedy, by F. 
Haines-Reed. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 21, 1915; D : 40429 ; Florence 
Haines-Reed, Los Angeles. 3978b 
See also War babies. 

Bischen (Das) ruhm; komtidie in 3 akten, von 
Heinz Gordon. Berlin [F. Bloch erben] 1909. 
.88 p. 8°. 

© Felix Bloch, erben, Berlin; D: 15301, 
Mar. 11, 1909; 2c. Mar. 11, 1909. 3979 

Biscuits and bills; comedy in 1 act. by O. B. 
Du Rois. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald. 
16 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 8, 1911; 2c. Apr. 8, 1911; D;2.387S; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 3980 

Bishop (The) and the burglar; a comedy sketch 
in 1 scene, by L. C. Tees. 

© Levin C. Tees, Philadelphia ; D ; 156, Feb. 
19, 1901. 3981 

Bishop (The) and the thief; token from an in- 
cident in Victor Hugo's Les miserables, by E. 
O'Neill. [2], 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Jnn. 20, 1912; D; 28365; Edwnrd 
O'Neill, London. 3982 

Bishop (The) of Cottontown; from the novel 
of the same name, by J. T. Moore, dram.itized 
by Edwnrd Saxon. [91] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 20, 1912; D: 29203; John T^ot- 

wood Moore, Nashville. 3983 

Bishop's (The) candlesticks; a play in 1 act. by 

N. McKinnel. London, Samuel French, ltd. ; 

New York, Samuel French, 1908. 20 p. 12°. 
© Normnn McKinnel. London; D: 1382.5. 

Sept. 19, 1908; 2c. Dec. 21, 1908. 3984 

Bishop's (The) dream; original comedy in 8 

acts, by Paul Prester Temple [pseud, of W. 

W. Davis] 86 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1910; D: 22156; Wm. W. 
Davis. New York. 3985 

Bishop's (The) emeralds; a play in 4 acts, by 
A. Hosmer- Adams, founded on the story The 
bishop's emeralds, by Houghton Townley. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Alice Hosmer-Adnms and Jacob K. 

Adams, New York; D: 13927, Sept. 26, 1908; 

2c. Sept. 26, 1908. 3986 

Bishop's (The) king; a drama in 5 acts, by A. 

O. :Myers. 

© Allen O. Myers, Worthington, O. ; D: 
5980. Dec. 29, 1904. 3987 

Bishop's move; a comedy in 3 acts, by John 
Oliver Hobbes and Murray Carson. 

© Pearl IMarv Teresa Craigie, T-ondon : D: 
1985, June 9, 1902; 2c. June 9, 1902. 3988 

Bishop's (The) wife; a drama in 1 act, by W. A. 
Lawson. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© W. A. Lawson, Sacramento, Cal. ; D : 
7175. Aug. 28, ] 905 ; 2c. Aug. 28. 1905. 3989 



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4010 



Bismarck; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by J. M. 

Schoeneman. 
© Jolm Mictiael Schoeneman, Quincy, 111. ; 

1SS9 : 3015, Jan. 25. 3990 

Bismarck's bounty. 74 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Eleuor de Berrein Morris, Brooklyn ; D • 

6097, Jan. 19, 1905; 2c. Jan. 19, 1905. 3991 

Bit (A) o' ash; or, Death before dishonor, a 

romantic picturesque drama in 4 acts, by 

William Akhurst. 

© Lewis Morrison, Philadelphia ; 1875 : 4730, 

May 7. 3992 

Bit (A) o' blarney; an Irish play of the present 

time, in 3 acts, by Fitzgerald Murphy. Boston, 

W. H. Baker & co., 1893. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
1G023, Mar. 31; 2c. Aug. 30. 3993 

Bit o' furze blossom; by B. J. Greene and M. 
Keene. 29 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1909 ; D : 17116 ; Ben J. Greene 
and Mattie Keene, New York. 3994 

Bit (A) o' love; play in 3 acts, by John Gals- 
worthy. New York, Charles Scribner's sons, 
1915. 5 p. 1., 84 p. 12". 

© June 12, 1915; 2c. June 15, 1915; D: 
40934 ; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

3994a 

Bit (A) o' stuff; sketch by Wilfred T. Coleby. 
London, S. French, ltd. ; New York, S. French, 
1912. 18 p. 10". 

© Dec. 23, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 24, 1912 ; D : 31781 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 3995 

Bit (A) of Bohemia; a comedy in 1 act, by Anne 
Story Allen. 

© Anne Allen Currier, New York; D:2151, 
July 24, 1902. 3996 

Bit (A) of brown paper; a serio-comic drama in 
4 acts, by D. A. Reynolds. 

© D. A. Reynolds, Lansing, Mich.; 1891: 
44431, Dec. 7. 3997 

Bit of Coney Island; miniature melo-drama, by 
W. H. Clifford. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 5, 1910 ; D : 22757 ; Pauline Pauli, 
Coytesville, N. J. 3998 

Bit (A) of discretion; a society drama of the 
present day, by M. A. Seelig. 

© M. Aubrey Seelig, St. Louis; D : 4437, 
Dec. 26, 1903. 3999 

Bit (A) of glass; or, In the far North, extrava- 
ganza, plan and music by A. Dougherty, dia- 
logue and song words by K. C. Brown. 

© Ada Dougherty and Kate Clark Brown, 
San Francisco ; 1896 : 37663, June 29. 4000 

Bit (A) of Harlem; drama in 1 act, by A^an 

Dearing Perriue. [2], 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 1, 1910 ; D : 21488 ; Mary B. Ford, 

New York. 4001 



Bit (A) of human nature; a dramatic playlet 
in 1 act, by E. L. Waitt and W. Walter. 9 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ernest L. W'aitt and Wilmer Walter, Bos- 
ton ; D : 10665, May 31, 1907 ; 2c. May 31, 1907. 

4002 

Bit of lace; miniature musical comedy, book and 
lyrics by F. C. Harris, music by E. Jewell. 
23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 3, 1910; D: 20945; F. Clifford 
Harris and Eddie Jewell, San Francisco. 4003 

Bit (A) of life; comedy drama in 1 act, by E. W. 
Cortis. [1], 19 p. r. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 3, 1914 ; D : 37722 ; Ernest W^hite- 
house Cortis, East Orange, N. J. 4003a 

dramatic comedy playlet, by E. W. Cortis. 

11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1910; D: 21520; Ernest W. 
Cortis, East Orange, N. J. 4004 

a modern American play in 3 acts and 4 

scenes, by B. Ongley. 59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Byron Ongley, Hartford; D: 14335, Nov. 
21, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1908. 4005 

See also Top (The) floor bedroom. 



Bit (A) of musical comedy; in 1 act, by J. 
Arnold. 5 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1914 ; D : 31903 ; Jack Arnold, 
Chicago. 4005a 

singing, talking, and dancing sketch, by J. 

Arnold. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 15, 1913 ; D : 32956 ; Jack Arnold, 
Memphis, Tenn. 4006 

Bit of musk. See Miskah. 

Bit (A) of nonsense; in 1 act, by Kate Thomas. 
New York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1908. 26 p. 12". 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 13830, 
Sept. 19, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 21, 1908. 4007 

Bit (A) of old Chelsea; play in 1 act, by Mrs. 
Oscar Beringer. New York, S. French; Lon- 
don, S. French, ltd., 1905. 25 p. 16". 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 8498, May 
8, 1906 ; 2c. Mar. 14, 1906. 4008 

Bit (A) of old Ireland; romantic comedy with 
an Irish setting, by W. Montague. 7 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1913 ; D : 34196 ; Walter Mon- 
tague, San Francisco. 4009 

Bit of old Mexico. 15 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Carona Riccardo, Denver; D : 8105, Mar. 
5, 1906; 2c. Mar. 6, 1906. 4010 

Bit (A) of Paris; play in 1 act, by L. E. Taber. 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 8, 1915; D: 39341; Louise E. 
Taber, San Francisco. 4010a 



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4036 



Bit (A) of studio life; by F. Monroe. 11 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Frank Monroe, New York ; D : 14034, Oct. 
12, 1908; 2c. Oct. 12, 1908. 4011 

Biter (The) bit; 1 act play, by J. Marriott-Hodg- 
kins. [11] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 7, 1910; D: 21493; Jessie Mar- 
riott-Hodgkins, London. 4012 

Bits; a comedy, by W. Sikes and Olive Logan. 
© Wirt Sikes, New York ; 1872 : 7860, July 
23. 4013 

Bits of vaudeville; or, Vaudeville de luxe, 
slvetch and lyrics written by Nat Le Roy, music 
by Harry Darcy [pseud, of S. Peyser] [1], 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1914 ; D : 36159 ; Samuel Pey- 
ser, Cbicago. 4013a 

Bitten by an M. D.; a comedy in 3 acts, by O. 
Slade. [1], 83 p. illus. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1913; D: 32283; Constance 
Slade, New York. 4014 

Bitter and sweet; dramatic sketch, by M. E. 
Moore. 20 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1910; D: 20519; Marion E. 
Moore, Stapleton, N. Y. 4015 

Bitter atonement; or. Love and honor, a society 
drama in 4 acts, by J. G. and E. A. Stuttz. 

© J. G. and E. Alma Stuttz, United States; 
1897 : 44604, Aug. 6. 4016 

Bitter (The) bar; a tragedy, by Olivia Morgan 
Bedinger. 

© L. M. Bedinger, Erlanger, Ky. ; 1893: 
51701, Nov. 20. 4017 

Bitter (The) cup; a forcible comedy in 4 acts, 
by D. Oppeuheim. 114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© David Oppenheim, New York ; D : 15600, 
Apr. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 6, 1909. 4018 



play in 4 acts, by L. Dalton and Al. C. Joy. 

50 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1910 ; D : 20559 ; Lionel Dal- 
ton, Fresno, Cal. 4019 

Bitter (A) dose; comedietta in 1 act, by M. Hor- 
winski, jr. 

© Mux Horwinski, jr., San Francisco, 
1899 : 18460, Mar. 11. 4020 

Bitter (A) expiation; drama in 5 acts, by M. H. 
Barrymore. 

© Maurice H. Barrymore, Philadelphia ; 
1880 : 17449, Nov. 16. 4021 

Bitter (A) foe; an original drama in a prologue 
and 4 acts, by C. Heritage. 

© Clarence Heritage, Jersey City; 1881: 
18197, Nov. 23. 4022 



Bitter fruit; a domestic drama in 3 acts, by A. 
W. Dubourg. 

© K. J. Bateman-Crowe. United States; 
1873 : 11986, Oct. 17. 4023 

^— and a prologue, by A. W. Dubourg. 

© K. J. Bateman-Crowe, United States; 
1873 : 13764, Nov. 28. 4024 

an original comedy in 3 acts, by E. F. De 



Nyse. 

© Edwin F. De Nyse, New York; 1870: 
3300, Nov. 3. 4025 

a society drama in 5 acts, and 5 tableaux. 



by M. L. Johnson. 

© Martha Lafitte Johnson, Philadelphia ; 
1874 : 10020, July 30. 4026 

Bitter fruits; tragedy in 1 act, by F. B. Elkins 
and J. Marion. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1913 ; D : 34620 ; F. B. Elkins 
and J. Marion, New York. 4027 

Bitter (A) reckoning. 90 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Franklyn J. Thomas, Meadville, Pa.; D: 
4640, Feb. 23, 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 23, 1904. 4028 

Bitter-sweet; a drama in 5 acts, by R. S. Tracy. 

© Roger S. Tracy, New York ; 1874 : 4076, 
Mar. 26. 4029 



— a drama in 4 acts, by E. Jamieson. 

© Egbert Jamieson, Chicago; 1880:6443, 
Apr. 26. 4030 



— an emotional drama, by B. K. Phillips. 

© Bettine Kavanaugh Phillips, New York; 
1SS7 : 29687, Nov. 16. 4031 

or. Matrimony in prospect and realiza- 



tion, farce in 1 act, by Mrs. P. Jackson. 

© Mrs. Philip Jackson, Alexander City, 
Ala. ; 1893 : 54480, Dec. 9. 4032 

Bitter sweets; a comedy in 4 acts, by L. Harris. 

Washington, 1881. 

© Lindsey Harris, United States; 1881: 
18309» Nov. 26 ; 2c, Apr. 13, 1885. 4033 

Bitter waters; or, Radiant, based on a tale in 
the Talmud, drama in 4 acts, by A. H. Fromen- 
son. 83 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 25, 1909 ; D : 16759 ; A. H. Fro- 
menson. New York. . 4034 

Bitt's; a musical comedy, by W. O. Dawkins. 
f. Typewritten. 

© W^alter O. Dawkins, Brooklvn; D: 12164, 
Dec. 30, 1907; Ic. Dec. 31, 1907; Ic. Jan. 3, 
1908. 4035 

Bixby's baby; a farce in 1 act, by B. O. Mason. 
[33] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1913; D: 32439; Ben C. 
Mason, Washington. 4036 



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4059 



Bjaerg-Ejoind og- Hans Hustru; skuespil i 4 
optrin, anden gennemsete nd.save, af J. Sigur- 
jonsson. Kjobenhnvn og Kristiania, Gylden- 
dalske boghandel Nordisk forlag, 1913. 140 p. 
12". 

© Feb. 26, 1913 ; 2c. May 3, 1913 ; D : 334G0 ; 
Johann Sigiirjonsson, Copenhagen. 4037 

Black (The) age. See Southland. 

Black and Tan Bob, the bootblack; a romantic 
drama in 3 acts and a prologue, by C. Thorn- 
ton. 

© Charles Thornton, United States; 1877: 
13266, Nov. 15. 4038 

Black and white; a comic dramatic composition, 
by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York ; 18SS : 20560. 
July 17. 4039 

in 1 street scene, by E. L. Gamble. [2] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 23. 1912; D: 28820; Wm. J. 
Barry, Greenfield, Mass. 4040 

a play, by Mrs. E. Arnott. 

© Mrs. Edward Arnott, Chicago; 1881: 
5416, Apr. 9. 4041 

sketch in 1 act, by C. I. Ravn. 9 p. 4°. 



Black (The) ball; a melodrama in 5 acts, by F. 
Darcy. 

© Frederick Darcy, Philadelphia; 1890: 
19651, June 18. 4049 

See also Mysteries (The) of the Gaskell 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1910; D: 22049; Clara Iza 
Ravn, Brattleboro, Yt. 4042 

Black (The) and white twins; or, A new com- 
edy of errors, by W. M. Kerr. [2], 54 p. 8°. 
Ms. 

© Ic. May 11, 1912 ; D : 29650 ; William Mel- 
ville Kerr, Franklin, Pa. 4043 

Black (The) ape; a fairy spectacular extrava- 
ganza, by James Barnes. 

© Signor Canito, New York; 1871:2817, 
Apr. 1, 4044 

Black art; a minstrel sketch in 1 act, by Mary 
Moncure Parker. Chicago, F. J. Drake & co., 
1903. 7 p. 16°. 

© Frederick J. Drake & co., Chicago ; D : 
4256, Nov. 16, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 25, 1903. 4045 

or. An American millionairess, an original 



comedy in 4 acts, by S. Henry. 

© Symons Henry and Godfrey Hodges, Min- 
neapolis; 1895:4554, Jan. 17. 4046 

Black (The) avenger; or. The pirate's last shot, 
a romantic sensational drama in 3 acts, by 
A. H. Sheldon. 

© A. H. Sheldon, New York; 1873:2507. 
Mar. 14, 4047 

Black (The) bachelor; negro farce in 1 act. 
Chicago, Dramatic publishing company. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago; 1898:68620, 
Nov. 25 ; 2c. Nov. 25. 4048 



house. 

Black (The) band; comic opera in 3 acts, by C. 
L. Moreau. 

© C. L. Moreau, New York ; D : 1863, Apr. 
30, 1902. 4050 

Black (The) beast; play in 1 act, by G. V. Tyler. 
[1], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. . Jan. 13, 1914 ; D : 35712 ; G. Vere 
Tyler, New York. 4050a 

Black Beauty; founded on the story of Black 
Beauty, by J. Adams. 79 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Justin Adams, Boston ; D : 6271, Mar. 1, 
1905; 2c. Apr. 12, 1905. 4051 

■ a play in 4 acts and 5 scenes, by N. Twomey, 

founded on Anna Sewell's book. 88 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Neil Twomey, Dorchester, Mass. ; D : 
15655, Apr. 19, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 19, 1909. 4052 

a prize play in 4 acts, by Flavia Rosser. 

S3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Atkinson & Thatcher, Boston; D : 10963, 
July 13, 1907 ; 2c. July 13, 1907. 4053 

or. The faithful groom, sensational com- 
edy drama in 4 acts, by W. B. Glenroy. 

© Wm. B. Glenroy, Brooklyn; 1891:46559. 
Dec. 21. 4054 

Black blunders; an Ethiopian farce in 2 scenes, 
ed. by George H. Coes. Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO., 1893. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
42856, Sept. 25 ; 2c. Oct. 20. 4055 

Black Bohemia; or. Darky dom, by W. M, Cook 
and A. Rogers. [3] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1911; D:25SS9; Will Marion 
Cook and Alex. Rogers, New York. 4056 

Black (The) box; by Edith Maida Lessing [i. e. 
E. M. L. Cook] and B. P. Smith. [9] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4, 1910 : D : 21802 ; Edith Maida 
Lessing Cook and Betty Parker Smith, Los 
Angeles. 4057 

Black (The) breach of promise case; a mock 

trial. Chicago, Dramatic publishing company. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago; 1898:68619, 

Nov. 25; 2c. Nov. 25. 4058 

Black (The) brigands; a musical burlesque in 
1 scene, by Frank Dumont. New York, De 
Witt. 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York; 1884: 
26399, Dec. 30 ; 2c. Jan. 22, 1885. 4059 



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4081 



Black butterflies. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Jeau Caldwell, New York; D : 7992, Feb. 
14, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 14, 1906. 4060 

Black (The) butterfly; 1 act playlet, by W. W. 
Whalen and Herbert Warren. 9 p. t°. Type- 
written. 

I© Ic. Oct. 29, 1913; D: 34894; Will W. 
Wbalen, Harrisburg, Pa. 4061 

Black Caiion, See Silent (The) witness. 

Black (The) cap; a melodrama in 3 acts, by W. 
R. Balcb. 

© William Ralston Balcb, Philadelphia ; 
1SS5 : 6209, Mar. 16. 4062 

Black (The) cardinal; a play in 5 acts, by J. T. 
Smith. 

© John Talbot Smith, New York; 1897: 
7769, Jan. 28; 2c. July 3, 1899. 4063 

Black (A) cat. 

© John Devoy, New York ; 1892 : 39501, Sept. 
30. 4064 

Same. 

© Robert J. Cutler, New York; 1894: 13110, 
Mar. 6. 4065 



— a comedy. 

© Neil Burgess, New York ; 1896 : 54822, 
Oct. 3. 4066 

by G. Hill. 



© Gus Hill, New York ; 1896 : 58093, Oct. 22. 

4067 



farce in 3 acts, by H. B. Smith. [107] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1912; D:294S2; Harry B. 
Smith, New York. 4068 

Black (The) chap from White Chapel; an eccen- 
tric negro piece, adapted from Burnard and 
Williams, B. B., by Henry L. Williams, jr. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1871: 

4069 

See Rob, 



5715, June 17; 2c. Jan. 5, 1872. 

Black (The) chapel of Maryland, 
the hermit. 



Black China; by F. Harris. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Frank Harris. London ; D : 1261, Dec. 12, 
1901 ; 2c. Apr. 7, 1902. 4070 

Black (The) cornelian; a sketch for vaudeville, 
by B. Hope. 13 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Beryl Hope, New York; D : 15348, Mar. 

16, 1909; 2c. Mar. 16, 1909. 4071 

Black (The) cottag-e; a dramatization in 1 act of 
AVilkie Collins' story of the same name, by D. 
Kimball. 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© David Kimball, Boston; D : 15103. Feb. 

17, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 25, 1909. 4072 



Black crepe and diamonds; fantasy, by G. 
Baldwin. 5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1913 ; D : 32643 ; George Bald- 
win, Marysville, Cal. 4073 

Black (The) crescent; or. Coals and ashes of 
life, a masked mystery of Baltimore, by A. P. 
Morris, jr. 

© A. P. Morris, jr., Baltimore; 1871:9435, 
■ Oct. 9. 4074 

Black crook; burlesque company in a tale of en- 
cbautment. 

© Alexander & Allen, Muskegon, Mich.; 
1892 : 28054, July 5 ; 2c. July 5. 4075 

burlesque in 1 act, by J. Jermon. Type- 
written. 

© Jos. Jermon, Philadelphia ; 1896 : 36951, 
June 25 ; 2c. July 15. 4076 

■ a grand magical drama in 4 acts, by Chas. 

M. Barras. 

© Sarah Barras, Albert M. Barras, Amanda 
Barras, Philadelphia, and Chas. H. Barras, 
Be\ erly, N. J. ; in renewal for 14 years from 
Nov. 16, 1891 ; 1891 : 22852, June 23. [Note.— 
Original entry by Chas. M. Barras, Nov. 16, 
1863, Southern District, New York] 4077 

Black cross; dramatic composition, by M. A. 
Eiwiu. 33 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 2, 1910 ; D : 20687 ; Mack A. Er- 
win, Selma, Cal. 4078 

a sensational drama in 3 acts, by J. C. 

Hicks. Ms. 

© John C. Hicks, Towson, Md. ; 1886 : 14542, 
June 25 ; Ic. July 1. 4079 

Black (A) diamond; a comic drama in 2 acts, 
bv ^I. R. Orne. Boston, W. H. Baker & CO., 
1890. 

© Walter H. Baker and co., Boston ; 1890 : 
19433, June 16 ; 2c. Nov. 10. 4080 

Black (The) diamond; sensational comedy tab- 
loid drama in 1 act, 3 scenes, by W. C. Rogers. 
Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 1914. [2], 
20 p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Nov. 2, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1914 ; D : 38874 ; 
Alex. Byers, Chicago. 4080a 

sensational comedy tabloid drama in 3 acts, 

by Charles Morton. Chicago, Chicago manu- 
script CO., 1914. [33] p. f". Mimeographed. 
© Nov. 3, 1914; 2c. Nov. 23, 1914; D : 38892; 
Alex. Byers, Chicago. 4080b 

Black (The) diamond express; a sensational 
railroad comedy drama in 4 acts. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© George G. Dupree, Brooklvn: 1900 A: 
9707, Apr. 16; Ic. Mar. 5. 4081 

Black (The) diamond of Hazelton. See Molly 
(The) Mag'uires. 



192 



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4107 



Black diamonds; in 4 acts, by N. T. Bishop. 
41 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1910; D: 22668; Ninette 
Tliullen Bishop, Cleveland. 4082 

Black Dick; or. The brand of Cain, a drama in 
4 acts, by A. L. Fisher and J. H. Zerr. Clyde, 
O., Ames' publishing co., 1902. 36 p. 12°. 
([Ames' series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 429] ) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; D : 1625, Mar. 
20, 1902; 2c. Mar. 20, 1902. 4083 

Black (The) doctor; or, The prophecy of the 
voodoo king, a drama in 4 acts, dramatized 
from William Henry Peck's story of the 
same name, by Mrs. M. A. D. Clifton. 

© Mrs. M. A. D. Clifton, Wheeling, W. Va. ; 
187.3 : 10253, Sept. 9. 4084 

Black dome; by J. P- Somerville. 

© James Paul Somerville, Orange, N. J. ; 

1900 A : 14018, June 5. 4085 

Black domino; the music by Auber, the libretto 

by M. Scribe. Parepa-Rosa grand English 

opera. Wm. C. Bryant & co., 1871. 

© Carl Rosa, New York (?); 1871:11557, 
Dec. 6 ; 2c. Dec. 6. 4086 

a 3 act drama. Typewritten. 

© Aubrey Lanston, Washington; 1898: 
29276, May 11 ; Ic. May 11. 4087 

Black (The) door; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by W. G. Patten. 

© William G. Patten, Brooklyn; 1892:7683, 

Feb. 17. 4088 

Black (The) dragon mine; play in 4 acts, by 

J. T. Porter. Pomona, Times pub. co. 56 p. 

12". 

© June 16, 1914; 2c. July 17, 1914; D: 
37751: James Tank Porter, La Misa, Cal. 

4088a 

Black drop; original comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by S. Woods. 57 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Sam Woods, Erie, Pa. ; D : 5068, May 23, 
1904; 2c. May 16, 1904; Ic. rev. ed. Dec. 5, 
1904. 4089 

Black (The) duck (Le canard noir); a spec- 
tacular drama in 5 acts, by E. H. Crosby. 

© Edward H. Crosby, Boston; 188519742. 
Apr. 28. 4090 

Black (The) dwarf. 

© George H. Maxwell, United States ; 1883 : 
16968, Sept. 15 ; 2c. Sept. 15. 4091 

spectacular extravaganza in 4 acts and 

tableau, arr. and adapted by G. H. Maxwell. 

© George H. Maxwell, Chicago ; 1883 : 12082, 
July 2. 4092 

Black Eag'le and the slave; a drama in 3 acts, 
adapted from the German, by A. H. Janus. 

© A. H. Janus, Washington ; 1886 : 6584, 
Mar. 22. 4093 



Black (The) flag'; or. Brother against brother, 
melodrama in 5 acts, by L. J. Howard. Type- 
written. 

© Lor in J. Howard, Chicago ; D : 96, Jan. 
30, 1901 ; 2c. Nov. 18, 1901. 4094 

Black (The) forest; an Ethiopian farce, altered 
from Planche's Garrick fever, by Henry 
Llewellyn Williams. 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York ; 1882 : 19916, 
Nov. 24 ; 2c. Jan. 22, 1883. 4095 

Black Friday; a drama in 1 act. 

© John Stetson, jr., Boston ; 1872 : 5058, 
May 14. 4096 

• a drama in 7 scenes, 1 act, by J. Stetson, jr. 

© John Stetson, jr., Boston; 1872:4995. 
Mar. 13. 4097 

a local sensational drama, in 3 acts, by C. 



Fulton. 

© Chandos Fulton, New York; 1871:11151, 
Nov. 24. 4098 

Black (The) ghost. 

© Jessica Penn Hunter, Washington ; D : 
6779, June 6, 1905. 4099 

Black hand; melodrama, by R. Dalton. 

© Robson Dalton, Brooklyn ; D : 5458, Aug. 
17, 1904. 4100 

by Wm. B. Hurst. [New York ? 1902] 

87 p. 12". 

© Thomas W. Broadhurst, New York ; D : 
1978, June 6, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1902. 4101 

in 4 acts, by Henry Reed. 47 p, f°. 



Mimeographed. 

© Ic. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16420 ; James Ed- 
wards, Chicago. 4102 

— a 1 act farce, by T. A. Doucet and F. C. 
W'hittier. 4 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Theodore A. Doucet and Fred C. Whittier, 
Detroit ; D : 10379, Apr. 17, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 17, 
1907. 4103 

— or, A lucky opal, a play in 3 acts and an 
epilogue, by H. B. Fry. 

© Horace B. Fry, New York ; D : 5516, Sept. 
8, 1904. 4104 

— or. The lost will, a sensation drama in 
prologue and 3 acts. Ms. 

© Frank Jones, Clifton, N. Y. ; 1874 : 11703, 
Sept. 15; 1 copy received. 4105 

— or. The Riff spiders. 



© Albert H. and Wm. C. Henderson, Balti- 
more; 1873:4257, Apr. 22. 4106 

— See also Battling for a fortune. 



Black (A) hand affair; by J. Madison, 

© James Madison, New York ; D : 14744, 
Jan. 5, 1909. 4107 



5379—15 13 



193 



4108 



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4130 



Black (The) hand kidnappers; a melodrama in 

4 acts, by M. Hauser. 19 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Magdalena Hauser, New Orleans ; D : 

13572, Aug. 18, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 12, 1909. 4108 

Black Hawk; play in 3 acts, by R. Countryman. 

59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 20, 1912 ; D : 29433 ; Rose Coim- 
tryman, Elkliart, Ind. 4109 

Black (The) Hawk mine. 52 p. f. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Charles F. Harrison, St. Louis ; D : 8212, 
Mar. 22, 1906 ; 2c. May 5, 1906. 4110 

Black (The) Hawk war; by H. Merker and A. S. 
Haase, music by E. Otto. 

© Henry Merker, A. S. Haase and E. Otto, 
Davenport, la.; 1898:56280, Sept. 26. 4111 

Black (The) hawks. 

© Joseph Alexander Bruce, Brooklyn ; 1886 : 
3367, Feb. 8. 4112 

Black (A) heifer; a rural comedy drama in 3 
acts, by W. C. Parker. Chicago, T. S. Denison 
[1902] 49 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 2449, Oct. 8, 

1902; 2c. Nov. 13, 1902. 4113 

Black (The) Hills; or, The Pacific tramp, an 

original drama in 3 acts, by J. F. Poole and 

T. L. Donnelly. 

© John F. Poole and T. L. Donnelly, United 
States; 1876:12952, Nov. 22. 4114 

Black (The) horse; in 4 acts, a drama of Ameri- 
can life, by R. Garretson. [140] p. 4". Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 19, 1910 ; D : 21831 ; Radella Gar- 
retson, Mt. Pleasant, la. 4115 

Black (The) hussar; a libretto in 3 acts, by S. 

Rosenfeld. 

© Sydney Rosenfeld, New York ; 1885 : 7857, 

Apr. 2 ; 2c. May 25. 4116 

Black I am. and much admired; an original 

musical sketch in 1 act and 2 scenes, by A. 

Mackley. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Mackley, St. Louis ; 1899 : 83087, 

Dec. 23 ; 2c. Dec. 23. 4117 

Black kitten. 

© Robert J. Cutler, New York ; 1894 : 13112. 
Mar. 6. 4118 

a melodrama in 5 acts, by W. Barrett. 

© Wilson Barrett, United States; 1894: 
55714, Nov. 30. 4119 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by W. Barrett and 

L. N. Parker. 

© Wilson Barrett and Louis N. Parker, 
Great Britain ; 1894 : 62291, Dec. 31 ; 2c. Jan. 
15, 1895. 4120 

Black (The) knight; an operetta in 2 acts. 

© Emma Raymond, New York ; 1890 : 545, 
Jan. 3. 4121 

See also John Gilyard. 



Black (The) letter; by F. J. Wolf and A. G. 
Eiseubise, in 4 acts. 

© Frank Joseph Wolf and A. G. Eisenbise, 
Chicago; 1885:9106, Apr. 18; 2c. May 5. 

4122 

Black magic; a burlesque negro sketch, by Rob- 
ert Melville Baker. Boston, W. H. Baker & 
CO., 1900. 13 p. 12°. (Baker's novelties) 

. © Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; 1900 A : 
24386, Oct. 1; 2c. Nov. 19. 4123 

Black mammy; a sketch of southern life, by 
Mrs. W. S. Blackburn. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Willie Scott Blackburn, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
D : 0266, Feb. 27, 1905 ; 2c. Feb. 14, 1905. 4124 

Black (The) mark; play in 4 acts, by J. L. Nor- 
ris. 67, [3] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1911; D: 24365; Joseph L. 
Norris, New York. 4125 

Black (The) maskers. See Plays, by Leonid 
Andreyeff. 

Black (The) masque; a picturesque novelty 
play, by F. R. Giles. 

© Frederick R. Giles, New York; 1891: 
19892, June 1. 4126 

Black (The) necklace; or, The secret, a drama 
in 5 acts, by R. Espinasse. 

© R. Espinasse, San Francisco ; 1873 : 6928, 
June 20. 4127 

Black Patti troubadours; or, A Darktown 
frolic on the Eialto, by R. Voelckel and J. J. 
Nolan. Typewritten. 

© R. Voelcl<el and John J. Nolan, New York ; 
1900 A: 16551, June 5; Ic. July 5; Ic. July 
30. 4128 

Black (The) pearl; comedy in 3 acts, by Vic- 
torien Sardou, tr. by B. H. Clark. New York, 
Samuel French ; London, Samuel French, ltd. 
[1915] 49 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 14, 1915; 2c. Apr. 16, 1915; D: 
40370 ; Barrett H. Clark, Chicago. 4128a 

play in 4 acts, by Mrs. Wilson Woodrow 

and A. L. Sessions. 137 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23, 1913 ; D : 33023 ; Archibald L. 
Sessions, New York. 4129 

playlet, by A. E. Phillips. 11 p. f°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Sept. 26, 1914; D: 38339; Albert E. 
Phillips, Buffalo. 4129a 

Black (The) plague; play in 2 scenes, by J. 
Willard. 33 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1915; D: 40246; John Willard. 
New York. 4129b 

Black (The) politician; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by B. Cole. 

© Bob Cole, New York; D : 1348, Jan. 24, 
1902. 4130 



194 



4131 



COPYRIGHTED IIST THE UNITED STATES 



4153 



Black (The) politician — Continued. 

a 2 act musical comedy, by W. Johnson. 

© AVilliam Johnson, New York; D : 49S5, 
Apr. 25. 1904. 4131 

Black (The) Prince of Hestark; in 1 act. 

© Fred T. Roberts, Chicago ; D : 11158, Aug. 
12, 1907. 4132 

Black rats; a farcical comedy in 3 acts and 1 
scene. 

© John W. Ransone, St. Joseph, Mo. ; 1885 : 
4056, Feb. 14. 4133 

Black (The) Bidge. 

© Louise F. Mars, Albany ; 1886 : 6350, Mar. 
19. 4134 

Black (The) robe; a drama in a prologue and 3 
acts, by F. C. Kelley. 

© Francis Clement Kelley, Lapeer, Mich. ; 
1899 : 32685, May 15. 4135 

Black (The) rose; a comedy in 5 acts, by F. H. 
Adams. 

© Frederick Henry Adams, San Francisco; 
1878:1913, Feb. 13. 4136 

Black (A) sheep; a dramatic composition with 
original lyrics in 3 acts, by C. Hoyt. Type- 
written. 

© Charles Hoyt, Charlestown, N. H. ; 1897 : 
19370, Mar. 25; 2c. Mar. 25. 4137 

a musical spectacular burlesque, in 3 scenes. 

© Harry Morris and R. Fitzgerald, New 
York ; 1887 : 5329, Mar. 7. 4138 

a play in 3 acts, by F. Jackson. [75] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 2, 1909 ; D : 16330 ; Fred. Jack- 
son, New York. 4139 

Black sheep Barrington; play in 3 acts, by C H. 
Jarrett. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1915; D: 40632; Cora Hardy 
Jarrett, Shepherdstown, W. Va. 4139a 

Black (The) sheep returns; play in 4 acts, by 
G. C. Smith. 29 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 17, 1911 ; D : 24224 ; Grover Cleve- 
land Smith, Providence, R. I. 4140 

Black (The) shrine; by Herbert M. Gardner. 
2 p. f°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1911; D : 25123 ; H. Maurice 
Gardner, Los Angeles. 4141 

Black (The) slave; or. Out of bondage, by Mrs. 
E. G. Boss. 

© E. G. Boss, Cincinnati ; 1894 : 11090. Feb. 
21. 4142 

the smuggler's fate; or. The sailor's re- 
venge, a melodrama in 4 acts, by J. Fernan- 
dez. 

© John Fernandez, Brooklyn ; 1871 : 5244, 
June 3. 4143 



Black (The) spider; a drama in prologue and 
4 acts. 

© Arthur R. Wilber, Winfleld, Kan. ; 1888 : 
25972, Sept. 12. 4144 

drama in 3 acts, by A. Van Houten. 28 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© le. Apr. 1, 1913; D: 32814; A. Van 
Houten, Bronxville, N. Y. 4145 
See also Maraquita. 



Black (The) spy; vaudeville sketch, by L. Bur- 
leigh. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 24, 1912; D: 30134; Lawrence 
Burleigh, National Military Home, O. 4146 

Black (The) terror; a dramatic reality, by L. 
Marston and Kenneth Lee. 8 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Lawrence Marston, New York ; D : 9215, 
Oct. 10, 1906; 2c. Oct. 10, 1906. 4147 

Black (The) tie; play in 1 act, by G. Middleton. 
[2], 15 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1914 ; D : 38914 ; George Mid- 
dleton, New York. 4147a 

See also Possession. 

Black (A) trump; a negro comedy in 2 acts, by 
Davis Risdou. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1899: 
64775, Oct. 6. 4148 

Black (The) tulip; drama in 4 acts. 

© T. E. Newman, Salt Lake City; 1899: 
58493, Sept. 12. 4149 

Black (The) valet; sketch, by T. P. Sullivan. 
14 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1912; D: 28614; Timothy P. 
Sullivan, Milwaukee. 4150 

Black (The) vampire; dialog between man and 
woman, by Frank J. Conroy. 16 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1911 ; D : 24873 ; Earl Goforth, 
Brooklyn. 4151 

Black (The) Venus (La Venus noir); a journey 
into Central Africa, grand pictorial drama, by 
Adolphe Belot. 

© Imre and Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; 
1881 : 1047, Jan. IS ; 2c. Jan. 18. 4152 

See also Venus (La) noir. 

Black vs. white; comedy negro monologue for 
woman, by Stanley Schell. [New York, E. S. 
Werner & company, 1914] p. 119-122. 12°. 
(On cover: Stanley Schell's sketches) 

© Mar. 23, 1914; 2c. Mar. 30, 1914; A: 
372091; Edgar Schell Werner, New York. 

4152a 

Black (The) vipers; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 
S. Wood. 

© Emmett W. McConnell and Stanley Wood, 
United States; D: 2219, Aug. 11, 1902. 4153 



195 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIOlSrS 



4178 



Black (The) warrior. 

© Jacob McRailey, Chicago; 1893:26121, 
May 31. 4154 

Black (The) watch; a military drama in 3 acts, 
by J. H. Garnsey. 

I© John Henderson Garnsey, Joliet, 111.; 
1891 : 2246, Jan. 15. 4155 
a musical comedy in 2 acts, by G. R. Jack- 
son, 

© George Russell Jackson and James Gil- 
bert, Boston ; 1893 : 49915, Nov. 9. 4156 
Black (The) watch ang'el; dramatic fragment 
in 1 act, by M. Terrell and H. O. Stechhan. 
[1] 45 p. 16°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 29, 1912 ; D : 28879 ; Maverick 

Terrell and H. O. Stechban, Seattle. 4157 

Black (The) white elephant. See Stolen (The) 

nugget. 

Blackballed; a drama in 4 acts, by A. R. Whytal. 

© A. Russ Whytal, New York ; 1892 : 32767, 

Aug. 9. 4158 

Blackbird; an Irish emotional drama in 3 acts, 

by J. Hart and G. L. Stout. 

© Josh Hart, United States; 1876:3304, 
Mar. 17. 4159 

Blackest (The) criminal; play in 1 act, by H. 
Wandmaker. [1], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 1913 ; D : 34133 ; Harry Wand- 
maker, New York. 4160 
Blackface (The) hussar; sketch in 1 act, by E. 
Hopkins. [2], 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Oct. 17, 1914 ; D : 38529 ; Edwin Hop- 
kins, New York. 4160a 

Blackleg (The); play in 1 act, by J. Johnson. 
[1] 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 16, 1911 ; D : 23671 ; Julian John- 
son, Los Angeles. 4161 
Blacklisted; an original melodrama in 4 acts, by 
J. Le Brandt. 

© Joseph Le Brandt, Chicago ; 1894 : 53420, 
Nov. 16. 4162 

play in 3 acts, by J. Sheridan. [2], 80 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 27, 1912 ; D : 30111 ; Jack Sheri- 
dan, Cleveland. 4163 
Blackmail. Typewritten. 

© S. Dessau, New York ; 1898 : 66920, Nov. 
15; 2c. Nov. 15. 4164 

a new and original drama in 5 acts, by 

Will C. Cowper. 

© Henry C. Miner, New York ; 1885 : 9434, 
Apr. 23; 2c. Apr. 23. 4165 

play in 1 act, by R. H. Davis. [2], 21 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1914; D: 36674; Richard 
Harding Davis, New York. 
— See also Trap (The) 



Blackmailed; by F. S. Holmes. 8 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1911 ; D : 25532 ; Florence S. 
Holmes, Trenton, N. J. 4166 

Blackmailed for thousands; melodrama in 4 
acts, by Edward E. Rose. 

© Clara F. Rose, Marshfleld Hills, Mass.; 
1897 : 7765, Jan. 28. 4167 

Blackmailer (The); comedy in 3 acts, by A. L. 
and S. Matlock. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1913; D: 34369; A. L. and 
Susan Matlock, San Antonio. 4168 

dramatic episode in 1 act, by M. Steiner. 

18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 11, 1913; D: 35312; Michael 
Steiner, New York. 4169 

a play in 3 acts, by W. H. Russell, f". 



Typewritten. 

© William H. Russell, Philadelphia; D: 
13730, Sept. 8, 1908; 2c. Sept. 8, 1908. 4170 
or. The story of Lola, dramatic playlet, by 



4165a 



U. Akerstrom. [1], 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 6, 1912; D: 29300; Ullie 
Akerstrom, Brooklyn. 4171 

Blackmailers, f. Typewritten. 

© James Slevin, New York ; D : 5584, Sept. 
30, 1904 ; 2c. Sept. 30, 1904. 4172 

Blackman (The); in 4 acts, by J. Kaiser. [75] 
p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4, 1911; D: 24858; John Kaiser, 
Los Angeles. 4173 

Black's burglar; comedy in 1 act, by G. K. 
Rudulph. [9] p. 12". Printed. 

© Ic. Oct. 6, 1914; D: 38472; Gerald K. 
Rudulph, Buffalo. 4173a 

Blacksmith (The); or. Justice at last, a drama 
in 4 acts, by John Addison. 

© John F. Harley, United States; 1889: 
2541, Jan. 21. 4174 

Blacksmith (The) of Hickory Valley; by H. 
Marmon. 44 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Hilda Marmon, Memphis, Tenn. ; D : 
14314, Nov. 18, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1908. 4175 
Blacksmith (The) of the Mohawk; a drama in 
5 acts, by O. Wall. Typewritten. 

© Orlando Wall, Rochester, N. Y. ; 1899: 

78468, Dec. 2; 2c. Dec. 2. 4176 

Blacksmith's (The) boy; a comedy rural sketch, 

by A. Salmon. Wellington, New Zealand times 

CO., ltd. [1908] 8 p. port. 8°. 

© Arthur Salmon, Sydney, Australia ; D : 

13135, June 6, 1908; 2c. June 6, 1908. 4177 

Blacksmith's daughter; drama in 4 acts, by R. 

E. Lufsey. Central labor union ed. Salisbury, 

N. C, R. E. Lufsey, 1903. 48 p. 12°. 

© Robt. Edgar Lufsey, Salisbury, N. C. ; D : 
4145, Oct. 27, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 11, 1903. 4178 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



4201 



Blacksmith's romance; romantic operetta in 1 
act, sketcli and lyrics by B. Madden. 13 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 23, 1909; D : 16400 ; Beaumont 
Madden, New York. 4179 

Blackthorn (The); a comedy drama in 4 acts. 

© Joseph J. Sullivan, New York; 1886: 

16646, July 21. 4180 

by Cbarles H. Fleming. Typewritten. 

© Joseph Jeremiah Sullivan, Long Island 
City, N. Y. ; D : 249, Mar. 22, 1901 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 
1901. 4181 

Blackville guards in the Philippines; in 1 act. 
by B. King. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 26, 1910 ; D : 20599 ; Billy King, 
Philadelphia. 4182 

Blackville (The) twins. 

® Ed. L. Harper, Cincinnati; 1885:20311, 
Sept. 23. 4183 

or. Scenes on the Swanee River, a musical 



drama in 3 acts, by Scott Marble, music by 
Fred V. Jones. 

© S. B. Hyers, Chicago; 1883:10980, June 
16. 4184 

Blade o* grass; a drama in a prologue and 3 
acts, by Celia Logan. 

© James H. Connelly, Boston; 1873:3089, 
Mar. 28. 4185 

a sensation play in 4 acts and 11 scenes. 



by F. Bock. 

© Frederic Bock, Chicago ; 1872 : 4164, Apr. 
20. 4186 

Blade (The) of Morimasa, See Lily (The) of 
Yeddo. 

Blades o' blue grass; romance of the new Ken- 
tucky, in 3 acts, by Miron Leffingwell. Chi- 
cago, Chicago manuscript co., 1910. [2], 86 
p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. Oct. 24, 1910 ; D : 22454 ; Alexander 
Byers, Chicago. 4187 

Blame the law; a melodrama in 3 acts, by G. H. 
Howard. 98 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Henry Howard, Washington; D: 
16202, June 30, 1909 ; 2c. June 30, 1909. ^ 4188 

Blanc et noir (White and black); opera in 1 
act, text, English, French, Italian, by Blanche 
Fredin, music by P. Adolfo Tirindelli. Eng- 
lish text. 

© Pier Adolfo Tirindelli, United States; 
1897 : 51745, Sept. 16 ; 2c. Dec. 23. 4189 

Blanchard (The) diamonds; a drama in 4 acts, 
by C. Harvard Pierson and Robert P. Oglesby. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© John Hart, Bradford, Yorkshire, Eng- 
land ; D : 5642, Oct. 15, 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 15, 1904. 

4190 



Blanche; drama in 4 acts, by C. Henry [i. e. 
Catherine Henry West] [99] p. f". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 2, 1913; D: 33686; Catherine 
Henry, New Rockford, N. D. 4191 

dramatic play in 1 act, by M. Keightley. 

17 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 11, 1910; D: 21321; Mabel 
Keightley, South Bend, lud. 4192 

original dramatic episode in 1 act, by 



Catherine Henry [i. e. C. H. West] [12] p. 
t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1912; D: 31757; Catherine 
Henry West, New Rockford, N. D. 4193 

play in 1 act, by C. Henry [i. e. Catherine 



Henry West] [18] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20. 1911; D: 23409; Catherine 
Henry, New Rockford, N. D. 4194 

or. The orphan heiress, a serio-comic 



drama in 3 acts, by G. H. Blackwell. 

© George H. Blackwell, Milwaukee; 1873: 
5234, May 13. 4195 

Blanche Caline; pi^ce en 3 actes, par P. Fron- 
daie. (In La petite illustration, no. 28, 6 sep- 
tembre 1913 ; serie-th§atre, no. 16. ) 

© Sept. 6, 1913 : 2c. Oct. 11, 1913 ; D : 34685 ; 
Pierre Frondaie, Paris. 4196 

Blanche Daponte. See Belle (La) Creole. 

Blanche, the orphan of Beechwood; a drama in 
3 acts and a prologue, by A. R. Phelps. 

© A. R. Phelps, Philadelphia; 1874:1997, 
Sept. 24. 4197 

Blanche Vavasour; or. The taint of blood, a 
play in 3 acts, by J. W. Watson. 

© J. W. Watson, New York; 1872:1927, 
Feb. 28. 4198 

Blanched; or. The lightning born, a sensa- 
tional and emotional drama in 4 acts. 

© Andrew Redifer, Philadelphia; 1872: 
1914, Feb. 28. 4199 

Blanchette, and The escape; two plays by 
Brieux, with preface by H. L. Mencken, tr. 
from the French by Frederick Eisemann. Bos- 
ton, J. W. Luce & company, 1913. 2 p. 1., 
sxxvi, [2], 240 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 15, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1913 ; A : 358565 ; 
L. E. Bassett, Boston. 4200 

Blank-cartridge (La peur des coups); every- 
day farce in 1 act, by Georges Courteline, tr. 
by R. W. Sneddon. [1], 17 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1914; D: 37039; Robert Wil- 
liam Sneddon, New York. 4200a 

Blanke (Der) Hans; Halligenbild in 3 akten, 
von Hinrik Joosten. [115] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1913; D: 34430; Comoedia, 
Vienna. 4201 



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4202 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



4225 



Blarney; an Irish comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
B. Mortimer. 

© Edmund Mortimer, Chicago ; 1892 : 33841, 
Aug. 16. 4202 

a musical sketch, by A. Mack and Edward 

E. Rose. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Andrew Mack, New York ; D : 15943, May 
24, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 30, 1909. 4203 

an original Irish musical sketch in 1 scene. 



introducing two songs. The Irish pair, and The 
old woman and her pig, by J. Fielding. 

© John Fielding, New York ; 1874 : 554, Jan. 
16. 4204 

a romantic Irish comedy-drama in 2 acts. 



by E. Selden. 

© Edgar Selden, New York; 1890:34779, 
Nov. 5. 4205 

Blarney (The) kiss; a romantic Irish drama in 
4 acts, by A. B. Palmer and T. F. O'Malley. 

© Alice Barnicoat Palmer and T. F. O'Mal- 
ley, Boston ; 1887 : 12093, May 6. 4206 

Blarney (The) stone; an Irish-American drama 
in 4 acts, by J. T. Smith. 

© John Talbot Smith, New York; 1894 1 
10097, Feb. 13. 4207 

Blasted lives; a 5 act drama, by George and 
Austin Bidwell. Typewritten. 

© George and Austin Bidwell, Hartford; 
1892 : 33821, Aug. 16 ; Ic. Aug. 16. 4208 

Blatherskite (The); a 3 act comedy with a pro- 
logue, tr. and adapted by P. Waterman. 

© Paul Waterman, New Orleans; 1876: 
4245, Apr. 8. 4209 

Blaue berge; komodie in 4 akten, [von] Max 
Halbe. Miinchen, A. Langen, 1909 [1908] 181 
p. 12". 

© res. under act of Mar. 3, 1905, by Albert 
Langen, verlag fiir litteratur und kunst. 
Munich; res. no. 2274; Ic. Nov. 30, 1908. 4210 

Blaue (Der) held; operette in 3 akten, A'on Fer- 
dinand Stollberg, musik von Johann Strauss. 
Leipzig, Aug. Cranz. 38 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 25, 1912 ; 2c. Nov. 6, 1912 ; D : 31328 ; 
Aug. Cranz, Leipzig. 4211 

Blaue (Der) reiter; operette in 3 akten, von Leo 
Walter Stein und Ludwig Heller, musik von 
Friedrich Bermann. Berlin, Berliner theater- 
verlag, g. m. b. h. 146 p. 16°. [Text only] 

© Ic. Mar. 3, 1913 ; D : 32496 ; Berliner the- 
ater-verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4212 

Blaue (Der) vogel; von Maurice Maeterlinck. 
Chhhh HTima ; Mopnca MexepjiHHKa. Berlin- 
Halensee, R. Streltzow, 1908. 1 p. 1., [5] 118, 
[1] p. 8°. 

© res. under act of Mar. 3, 1905 by Maurice 
Maeterlinck, Belgium ; res. no. 2271 ; Ic. Oct. 
26 1908. 4213 



Blaue (Das) wunder; lustspiel in 3 akten, von 
Max Neal und Franz Cornelius Zickel. Berlin, 
E. Bloch, 1912. 108 p. 8°. 

© Ic. May 26, 1913; D: 33330; Eduard 
Bloch, Berlin. 4214 

Blaze (A) of glory. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Marie Wellesley Sterling, Camden, N. J. ; 
D: 4035, Oct. 1, 1903; 2c. Oct. 2, 1903. 4215 

Blaze (A) of glory, started from a small 
spark. 

© John J. La Grille, Muscatine, la. ; 1899 : 
8428, Jan. 27. 4216 

Blazed trail; by A. M. Chapman. 38 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1910; D: 20023; Adelle M. 
Chapman, Fort Wayne, Ind. 4217 

Blazer's scraps; or. What the town crier cried, 
a drama, adapted from the story, by M. A. Top- 
ping. Gonzales City, Tex., Reese & Beach 
[1901] cover-title, 12 p. 8°. 

© Mary Ann Topping, Gonzales City, Tex. ; 
D: 705, July 30, 1001; 2c. Aug. 5, 1901. 4218 

Bleak house; a play in a prologue and 4 acts, 
by A. Hale. 

© Mrs. Edmund Maurice, London ; D : 8422, 
Apr. 26, 1906. 4219 

See also Dedlock (The) secret. — Jo, the 



waif of the streets. — Tom All Alone's. 

Bleaz of Keriolek. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Henry C. Rowland, Greenwich, Conn. ; D : 
7745, Dec. 21, 1905; 2c. Dec. 21, 1905. 4220 

Bleeding (The) hearts; a comedy drama in 5 
acts, by J. A. Schwenk, jr. 26 p. 12°. Printed. 

© J. A. Schwenk, jr., Philadelphia ; D : 1329, 
Jan. 20, 1902; 2c. Apr. 9, 1902. 4221 

Bleeding (The) nun; a tragedy in 5 acts, tr. 
from the French by Madame R. Neuville. 
Rochester, N. Y., Curtis, Morey & co., 1870. 

© Mme. R. Neuville, Rochester, N. Y. ; 1870 : 
3352, Nov. 3. 4222 

Blemished fruit; a drama in 5 acts, from the 
French, by M. Kreisler. 

© Mary Kreisler, New York; 1872:8780, 
Aug. 15. 4223 

Blending (The); drama in 3 acts, by N. A. 
Stratton. 64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1911 ; D : 24443 ; Nathaniel A. 
Stratton, New York. 4224 

Blennerhassett; an historical romance in 4 acts, 
by Frank E. Carstarphen, founded upon 
Charles Felton Pidgin's novels Blennerhassett 
and The climax. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles F. Pidgin, Boston; D : 2657, Nov. 
29, 1902; 2c. Nov. 29, 1902. 4225 



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4245 



Blennerhassett — Continued. 

a romantic, historical, American drama in a 

prologue and 4 acts, founded on incidents in 
the lives of Harman Blennerhassett, his wife 
Margaret, Aaron Burr and his daughter Theo- 
dosia, by C. F. Pidgin. 

© Charles F. Pidgin, Boston: 1881:5463, 
Apr. 11. 4226 

Blessed (The) and the damned; play in 4 acts, 
by E. Davis. [98] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1912; D: 29156; Edwards 
Davis, New York. 4227 

Blessed (The) runaway; play in 1 act, by W. I. 
Cohn. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Isaac Cohn, Fort Smith, Ark.; 
D : 8553, May 13, 1906 ; 2c. June 4, 1906. 4228 

Blessed (The) sister; in 4 acts, by E. Allard. 
13 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 12, 1911 ; D : 25999 ; Eugenie Al- 
lard, New York. 4229 

Blessings of the blind; by Elsie M. MacKay. 
70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© E. M. MacKav, Buffalo; D: 5021, May 18, 
1904 ; 2c. Oct. 13, 1904. 4230 

Blessington Springs; comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by H. G. Dart. 51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 3, 1910 ; D : 22721 ; Harry Grant 
Dart, Amenia, N. Y. 4231 

Blessure (La); pi&ce en 4 actes, par H. Kiste- 
maeckers. [New York ?] 1901. 1 p. 1., 78 
p. 8°. 

© Henri Kistemaeckers, Paris; 1900 A: 
31858, Dec. 22; 2c. Dec. 22. 4232 

Bleus (Les) de I'amour; comedie en 3 actes, par 
R. Coolus [pseud, of R. C. Weill] Paris, Monde 
illustrg, 1911. 36 p. 4^ 

© Mar. 18, 1911 : 2c. Apr. 6, 1911 ; D : 23857 : 
Romain Coolus, Paris. 4233 

Blight of blood; by C. L. Phifer, adapted from 
Because a woman trusted him, by W. Freude- 
nau. 

© Wm. Freudenau and C. L. Phifer, St. 
Louis ; 1898 : 46942, Aug. 8. 4234 

Blighted buds; a farce in 1 act, by Julia De W. 
Addison. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1896. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1896: 
8981, Feb. 7; 2c. Mar. 30. 4235 

Blighted hearts. >Sfee Mabel. 

Blighted hopes of sunlight and shadow; in 1 
act, by J. H. Wilson. Typewritten. 

© John H. Wilson, Boston; 1900 A: 2771. 
Jan. 30; 2c. Jan. 30. 4236 

Blighted lives; a romance of France in 4 acts, 
by H. Hall. 

© Howard Hall, Decatur, Mich.; 1898: 
10062, Feb. 7. 4237 



Blighted (The) star. See Moonshiners (The) 

Blind; a drama in 5 acts, by H. D. Frethey. 

Typewritten. 

© Heloise Durant Frethey, New 
1894 : 27114, May 31 ; 2c. May 31. 

dramatic sketch in 1 



York; 
4238 



part and several 
scenes, by Frank B. Coigne. 4 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Mar. 8, 1912; 
film CO., New York. 



D : 28985 ; 



Champion 
4239 



— [and] The intruder; tr. from the French 
of Maurice Maeterlinck, by Mary Viele. Only 
authorized tr. Washington, D. C, W. H. Mor- 
rison, 1891. 3 p. 1., [9] -145 p. 24°. 

© Mary Viele, United States; 1891:11655, 
Mar. 31 ; 2c. Mar. 31. 4239a 

See also Plays (The) of Maurice Maeter- 



linck, 

Blind anger (Collera cieca); comedy, by Gero- 
lamo Rovetta, English version by E. F. Davis. 
[31] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1912 ; D : 28336 ; Elizabeth F. 
Davis, Chicago. 4240 

Blind (A) attachment; a comedy in 1 act, by 
p]sther B. Tiffany. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1895. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1895: 
27907, May 23; 2c. July 10. 4241 

Blind (The) blacksmith; play in 5 acts, by V. I. 
Echikson. 12 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1912; D : 31277 ; Victor L 
Echikson, San Francisco. 4242 

Blind (The) canary; play in 1 act, by J. Koven. 
24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 29, 1915 ; D : 40201 ; Joseph Ko- 
ven, Brooklyn. 4242a 

Blind (The) dramatist; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by M. J. Nerney. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 9, 1914; D: 36290; Martin J. 
Nerney, Jersey City. 4242b 

Blind (The) eye; play in 1 act, by Marian 
Brooks Frothingham. 8 p. 4". Typewritten. 
© Ic. Mar. 9, 1914 ; D : 36291 ; Marian 
Brooks Frothingham Eckstrom, New York. 

4242c 

Blind for life; a play in 5 acts, by F. Munroe. 
© Frederic Munroe, New York ; 1872 : 1061, 
Feb. 2. 4243 

Blind (The) foundling; a drama in 4 acts, by 
C. H. Phelps. 

© Charles H. Phelps, London ; D : 3082, Mar. 
3, 1903. 4244 

Blind (The) gallery boy. 3 p. f. Type- 
written. 

© Digby Bell, New York ; D : 5640, Oct._14, 
1904; 2c. Oct. 14, 1904. 



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4246 



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4265 



Blind girl of Castel-Cuille. See Blind Mar- 
garet. — Tragedy (The) of blind Margaret. 

Blind (The) girl of Paris. See Satan. 

Blind (The) goddess; a drama, by F. N. Wilcox. 

© Frank N. Wilcox, Cleveland; 1885:184. 
Jan. 3; 2 c. May 15. 4246 

Blind (The) god's way; a drama, by E. John, 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ernest John, Manistee, Mich. ; D : 11001, 
July 20, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 3, 1907. 4247 

Blind guides; drama in 3 acts, by J. S. Carroll 
and A. Walsh. [2], 110 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 26, 1912 ; D : 30644 ; John S. Car- 
roll and Austin Walsh, New York. 4248 

Blind (The) half hundred; comedy in 1 act, by 
J. L. King. Typewritten. 

© James L. King, Topeka, Kans. ; 1894 : 
21287, Apr. 26; 2c. June 1. 4249 

Blind indeed; a play in 3 acts, by Mary Ellis 
Smith and H. Coleman. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Hamilton Coleman, Chicago; D : 12805, 
Apr. 22, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1908. 4250 

Blind jealousy; or. Believe your wife, drama 
in 4 acts, by Solomon Libin. 

90 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 26, 1915 ; D : 39528 ; David Kess- 
ler and Max R. Wilner, New York. 4250a 

Blind love; a comedy-drama of modern society 
in 5 acts, by F. H. Chilton, dramatized from 
Wilkie Collins' Poor Miss Finch. 

© Frank H. Chilton, Astoria, L. I.; 1877: 
8575, July 23. 4251 

drama in 1 act, by L. Brewer. 35 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 2, 1910; D: 20932; Layton 
Brewer, New York. 4252 

• an original romantic comedy in 4 acts. 

© Sara B. Van Leer, New York; 1883 : 3912, 
Mar. 2. 4253 

See also Cupid's blind. 



Blind (The) made to see; or. The college pro- 
fessor and the girl, playlet, by E. Traughber. 
8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 17, 1910; D: 21916; Eugene 
Traughber, Salt Lake City. 4254 

Blind (The) Madonna; miniature of artist life, 
1 act sketch, by T. Tupper. 12 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 29, 1912; D: 29213; Tristram 
Tupper, New York. 4255 



Blind (The) man; biblical play based on ninth 
chapter of St. John, by Henry Evarts Gordon. 
New York, E. S. Werner & company, 1912. 
15 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 25, 1912 ; 2c. Apr. 27, 1912 ; D : 29506 ; 
Edgar S. Werner, New York. 4256 

Blind man's buff; comedy drama in 3 acts and 
4 scenes, by M. Moore-Clemeut. [67] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

• © Ic. Dec. 12, 1911 ; D : 26007 ; Maud Moore- 
Clement, Philadelphia. 4257 

- — a melodrama in 4 acts, by F. Bock. 

© Frederic Bock, Pittsburgh; 1877:14013, 
Dec. 3. 4258 

play in 1 act, by Willard Mack. 21 p. 4*. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1915; D: 40582; Charles 
Joseph Bachmann, New York. 4258a 

See also Blindman's buff. 

Blind Margaret; a dramatic sketch, adapted 
from Longfellow's Blind girl of Castel-Cuille, 
by Caroline Eunice Thompson, music for the 
refrains composed by G. T. Page. Chicago, T. 
S. Denison. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1890 : 29184, Sept. 
22 ; 2c. Oct. 10. 4259 

Blind men; or, Life on Second ave., a play in 
4 acts, by M. Gabel. 

.b^Du:i Dps:: pc ,]T^'p^ 4 ^^x nb^D cjrDrV ,r:)n"iy 

[85] p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1913; D: 35297; Max Gabel, 
Brooklyn. 4260 

Blind (The) mother; a drama, by I. Hughes. 

© Isabella Hughes, Chicago; 1884:7778, 
Apr. 11. 4261 

a 4 act sensational drama, by A. Leonard. 

8°. Typewritten. 

© Alexander Leonard, New York ; D : 4356, 
Dec. 8, 1903; 2c. Jan. 12, 1904. 4262 

Blind (The) musician; a family tragedy, adapt- 
ed from the Yiddish of Leon Kobrin, by A. 
Danziger. 

© Adolphe Danziger, New York ; D : 8.543, 
May 17, 1906. 4263 

Blind (The) organist; a drama in 4 acts. 

© Alfred H. Beyer and Rudolph Pfeil, jr., 
Milwaukee ; D : 1412, Feb. 7, 1902. 4264 

Blind (The) princess. See Shepherdess (The) 
of Lourdes. 

Blind (The) shall see; play in 1 act, by Wm. 
Albert Curtis. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1913; D: 34708; Charles L. 
Gill, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 4265 



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4287 



Blind (The) singing girl. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lawrence Underwood, New York ; D : 
7075, Aug. 8, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 19, 1906. 4266 

Blind Tom's faithful friend; by N. Loughrey. 
2 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1910; D : 20516 ; Nellie Lough- 
rey, Los Angeles. 4267 

Blind (The) who sees; sketch in 1 act, by L. 
Cappiani. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Luisa Cappiani, New York ; D : 1899, May 
17, 1902 ; 2c. May 17, 1902. 4268 

Blinde (Der) passagier; lustspiel in 3 akten. von 
Oscar Blumenthal und Gustav Kadelburg. 
New York, V. Ciocia, 1903. 126 p. 12°. 

© Charles Frohman, New York ; D : 3262, 
Apr. 9, 1903 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1903. 4269 

Blindfolded; play in 3 acts, by M. T. Winches- 
ter. [1], 107 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1911 ; D : 23756; Maud Tarle- 
ton Winchester, St. Paul. 4270 

Blinding (A) flash; a romantic melodrama in 5 
acts. 

© Phosa McAllister, New York; 1887: 
32392, Dec. 15. 4271 

Blindman's bluff; comedy in 1 act, by Charles 
Ambrose Plamondon, jr. [11] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 26, 1914 ; D : 35795 ; C. A. Plamon- 
don, jr.. New York. 4271a 

Blindman's buff; a play in 1 act. 

© E. Sagendorf, Scranton, Pa. ; 1896 : 36902, 
June 24. 4272 

See also Blind man's buff. 



Blindness (The) of virtue; play in 4 acts, by C. 
Hamilton. 135 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1912 ; D : 28795 ; Cosmo Ham- 
ilton, London, 4273 

Same. New York, G. H. Doran co. [1913] 

127 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 1, 1913 ; 2c. Feb. 11, 1913 ; D : 32387 ; 
George H. Doran co., New York. 4274 

Blindness (The) of youth; tabloid comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by W. C. Herman. Chicago, 
Chicago manuscript co., 1915. 35 p. f°." Mim- 
eographed. 

© .Tune 28, 1915; 2c. July 10, 1915; D: 
41206; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 4274a 

Blinky's last trick; 1 act trick, by R. Warner. 

29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1910 ; D : 22272 ; Richard War- 
ner, New York. 4275 

Blitzmadl (Ein); posse mit gesnng in 4 akten, 
von Carl Costa, musik von Karl Millocker. 

© Gustav Amberg, United States ; 1878 : 591, 
Jan. 11. 4276 



Blizzard (The); spectacular extravaganza bur- 
lesque. 

© Chas. E. Hellertz, Lincoln, Neb.; 1893: 
3991, Jan. 18. 4277 

or. Families supplied, a comedy in 3 acts, 

by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, Chicago; 1888:10048, 
Apr. 6. 4278 

Block at 59th street. See Down in the sub- 
way. 

Blockade (The) runner; an American comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by C. T. Vincent. 

© Chas. T. Vincent, New York; 1893:1135, 
Jan. 5. 4279 

Blockhead (The); a comedy in 5 acts, by Ludwig 
Fulda, tr. from the German by J. L. Jones. 

© Jesse Louise Jones, Chicago ; D : 14910, 
Dec. 28, 1908. 4280 

an original comedy drama in 3 acts, by W. 

B. Patton. f. Typewritten. 

© Vvllliam B. Patton, Rochester, N. Y. ; D : 
11173, Aug. 14, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 14, 1907. 4281 

Blockheads (The); farce in 1 act, tr. and adapt- 
ed from the Spanish of Domingo Guerra y 
Mota, by J. A. Herman. [2], 28 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 11, 1912 ; D : 29940 ; John Arm- 
strong Herman, Harrisburg, Pa. 4282 

musical fantasy for children of all ages, in 



3 acts, book by M. E. Marks and Charles Brad- 
ley, lyrics by M. E. Marks. 3 v. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1914 ; D : 38350 ; Maurice E. 
Marks, New York. 4282a 

Blocking his game; by F. A. Ferguson. 20 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank A. Ferguson, Chicago ; D : 13968, 
Sept. 16, 1908; 2c. Oct. 12, 1908. 4283 

Blond (The) dona; or. The fiesta of Santa Bar- 
bara, play in 4 acts, by E. Carter. [Ill] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 22, 1911; D: 23721; Ernest Car- 
ter, New York. 4284 

Blond manicurists; vaudeville act, by J. Mat- 
thew. 3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1910; D: 20652; Jessie Mat- 
thew, Brooklyn. 4285 

Blonde (The) in black; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, by H. B. Smith. 

© Harrv B. Smith, New York; D : 3.396, 
May 4, 1903. 4286 

Blonde typewriters; a musical comedy sketch 
for theatrical use. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Edwards music pub. co.. New York ; 
D : 11135, Aug. 8, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 8, 1907. 4287 



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4308 



Blonde (The) Venus. See Nana. 

Blondel de Nesle. See Minstrel knight. 

Blondells (The), society kids; a 1 act sketch, by 
E. Blondell. 

© Edw. Blondell, New York; 1898:13086. 
Feb. 23. 4288 

Blondes and brunettes; a comedietta ta 1 act, 
by A. A. Augustus. 

© Albert A. Augustus, Lake View, 111. ; 
1886 : 22030, Oct. 1. 4289 

Blondin (A) donkey; an original farcical me- 
chanical sketch, by T. Denier. 

© Tony Denier, Chicago ; 1886 : 13578, June 
11. 4290 

Blood; an original comedy in 4 acts, by J. J. 
Fox. 

© John J. Fox, Boston Highlands, Mass. ; 
1879 : 12994, Oct. 1 ; 2c. Oct. 1. 4291 

Blood atonement; or, The great Mormon mur- 
der mystery, a melodrama in 4 acts, by C. 
T. Vincent. 

© Charles T. Vincent and Henry Dobbins 
Grahame, New York ; D : 2962, Feb. 6, 1903. 

4292 

Blood (The) covenant; or, Desert brotherhood, 
allegory, by F. Ben-Oliel. 66 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1911 ; D : 25980 ; Florence Ben- 
Oliel, Chicago. 4293 

Blood for blood. See Through the scenes. 

Blood kin; comedy in 3 acts, by G. B. Selby. 
106 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1915; D : 41505 ; George B. 
Selby, Louisville. 4293a 

Blood money; a melodrama in 4 acts, by Lew 
Rosen [pseud, of L. Rosenthal] 

© Lewis Rosenthal, New York; 1890: 26171, 
Aug. 25 ; 2c. July 9, 1891. 4294 

piny in 1 act, by G. H. Westley. [1], 9 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 19, 1914 ; D : 39148 ; George Hem- 
bert Westley, Boston. 4294a 

Blood (The) oath. See Night (The) riders. 

Blood (The) of a thousand years; a play in 1 

act, by T. Buchanan. 19 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Thompson Buchanan, New York ; D : 

15508, Apr. 1, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 1, 1909. 4295 

Blood (The) of her ancestors; play in 4 acts, 
by W. S. Trumbull and E. L. Fox. 4 v. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 16, 1913; D: 33502; Edward 
Lyell Fox and "Walter S. Trumbull, New York. 

4296 



Blood of his ancestors; drama in 2 prologues 
:uul 2 acts, by J. N. Gregory. 50 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1910 ; D : 22750 ; J. N. Gregory. 
Los Angeles. 4297 

Blood (The) of the fathers; in 4 acts, by G. F. 
Lydston. 142 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1911; D: 25298; G. Frank 
. Lydston, Chicago. 4298 

play in 4 acts, by G. F. Lydston. Chicago, 

Ri^erton press, 1912. 241 p. 12°. 

© June 1, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 13, 1912 ; D : 31697 ; 
G. Frank Lydston, Chicago. 4299 

Blood (The) of the lamb; drama in 1 act, by 
L. L. Schwartz. [2], 9 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 16, 1914; D : 36361 ; Louis Leon 
Schwartz, Minneapolis. 4299a 

Blood red rose of sin; or, What men make of 
women, a melodrama in 4 acts, by Fessler and 
Rae. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Fessler, New York; D : 5977, 
Dec. 27, 1904 ; 2c. Jan. 30, 1905. 4300 

Blood-red (The) writing on the arm. See 

Seance. 

Blood relations; a drama in 5 acts. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Isabell J. Martin, San Francisco; 1895: 
26530, May 15 ; 2c. May 15. 4301 

a drama in 4 acts, by Mrs. John Martin 



and D. O'Connell. 

© Daniel O'Connell, San Francisco; 1894: 
58320, Dec. 14. 4302 

Blood royal; a drama by A. Allen. 

© Alfred Allen, Alfred, N. Y. ; 1895 : 32214. 
June 19. 4303 

drama in 1 act, by S. I. Tonjoroff. 18 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 14, 1910; D: 22953; Svetozar I. 
Tonjoroff, Providence. R. I. 4304 

Blood (The) stained hand; a sensational drama 
in 4 acts, by R. Neuville. 

© Rosina Neuville, Brooklyn ; 1871 : 9622, 
July 23. 4305 

Blood (The) test. See Carrickmore. 

Blood will tell; by F. di Maria. Typewritten. 

© Francesca di Maria, New York ; 1899 : 
65485, Oct. 9; 2c. Oct. 9. 4306 

a play in 3 acts, by R. Morris. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ramsay Morris, Jersey City; D : 13644, 
Aug. 25, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 25, 1908. 4307 

or. The three crosses, a drama in 4 acts, 

by C. G. Mayers. 

© Charles George Mayers, Madison, Wis. ; 
1875 : 4475, May 1. 4308 



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4331 



Bloodless (A) duel; farce In 1 act, by I. E. 
Hirsch. 

© I. E. Hirsch, Pittsburgh; 1879:17604, 
Dec. 26. 4309 

Bloodstone (The) heart; an original play, by W. 
Barnes. 

© Wald Barnes, New York; 1891:31076, 
Sept. 2. 4310 

Bloodybush edge. See Borderlands and thor- 
oug'hfares. 

Bloom of youth; by J. B. Ould. 21 p. obi. 
12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1910; D: 20092; J. B. Ould, 

Washington. 4311 

Bloomer (The) girl; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by A. H. Spink. 

© A. H. Spink, St. Louis; 1895:50631, Oct. 
5. 4312 

Bloomer (The) girls; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Levi son. 

© Harry Levison, Cincinnati; 1885:40766, 
Aug. 9. 4313 

or. Courtship in the twentieth century, a 

satirical comedy in 1 act, by J. A. Eraser, jr. 
Chicago, The Dramatic publishing company. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1896 : 59781, 
Oct. 30; 2c. Nov. 9. 4314 

Bloomer (The) girls abroad; a farce comedy. 
© David O'Brien, Cincinnati; 1896:49720, 
Sept. 3. 4315 

Bloomer (The) maids; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Conley. 

© Henry Conley, Cincinnati; 1895:47063, 
Sept. 16. 4316 

Bloomers; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by J. Jae. 

© Jean Jae, Detroit ; 1895 : 36689, July 15. 

4317 

Bloomfield and Belvedere; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by F. Summerfield. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Fred. Summerfield, New York; D : 3242, 
Apr. 4, 1903; 2c. Apr. 4, 1903. 4318 

Blooming (The) Balkans; musical comedy in 3 
acts, libretto and lyrics by F. J. Kovach. 109 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 30, 1911; D : 23211 ; Francis J. 
Kovach, Cambridge, Mass. 4319 

See also C. Q. D, 

Bloss; comedy-drama in 4 acts, by M. L. John- 
son. 

© M. Lafitte Johnson, Philadelphia; 1883: 

12975, July 14. 4320 

Blossom; or. The sacred trust, an original 
drama in 6 acts, by Franc Willmer. 

© J. L. Collin, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1878 : 1187, 
Jan. 28. 4321 



Blossoming (The) of Mary Anne; play in 4 
acts, by Marion Short, based upon a 2 act 
comedy, by Bessie Wreford Nourse, entitled 
When Willy came home from Yale. New York, 
S. French ;" London, S. French, ltd., 1915. 92 
p. 12°. 

© Sept. 14, 1915; 2c. Sept. 15, 1915; D: 
41749; Samuel French, New York. 4321a 

Blossoming youth; a comedy in 4 acts, from 
college life, by W. I. Varner. 

© William Iverson Varner, Vamer, Ark.; 
1894 : 36039, Aug. 1. 4322 

Blossoms in winter; a dramatic sketch for 
reading or playing, 1 act, 1 scene, by T. H. 
Shedden. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Thos. H. Shedden, San Francisco; D: 
12661, Apr. 1, 1908 ; 2c. June 16, 1908. 4323 

Blot sinister; an American play, by H. G. Don- 
nelly. 4°. Typewritten. 

© H. Grattan Donnelly, Plymouth, Mass.; 
D : 8621, May 31, 1906 ; 2c. May 31, 1906. 4324 

Blow-out (The); play in 1 act, by L, Livingston. 
[2], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1914 ; D : 36393 ; Louis Liv- 
ingston, New York. 4324a 

Blown ashore; a play in 5 acts, by W. N. Black. 
New York. S. French & son. 

© William N. Black, United States; 1877: 
9799, Aug. 25. 4325 

Blown up. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Towne, San Francisco ; D : 11146, 
Aug. 9, 1907; 2c. Aug. 9, 1907. 4326 

Bludgeon (The); drama in 4 acts, by Paul Arm- 
strong. [76] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 16, 1914; D : 37589 ; Paul Arm- 
strong CO., New York. 4326a 

Blue and cherry; a comedy, by Oliver S. Leland, 
(Spencer's universal stage, no. 59) 

© Charles H. Spencer, Boston; 1871:9407, 
Oct. 7 ; 2c. Oct. 7. 4327 

Blue and gold. 10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Alfred Brand, Chicago ; D : 12694, Apr. 6, 
1908 ; 2c. Apr. 6, 1908. 4328 

Blue and gray; by W. Mintum. 

© William Minturn, New York ; 1878 : 3388, 
Mar. 20. 4329 

a comedy, by H. Peterson. 

© Henry Peterson, Philadelphia ; 1875 : 
12549, Nov. 29. 4330 

a drama of the Rebellion, by J. G. Gould, 

C. H. Cobb, and E. Churchill. 

© Jesse G. Gould, Charles H. Cobb and Ed- 
win Churchill, Lawrence, Mass. ; 1871 : 7045, 
July 29. 4331 



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4356 



Blue and gray — Continued. 

a drama of the Rebellion, in 5 acts and 5 

tableaux. 

© E. Churchill and Jesse G. Gould, Law- 
rence, Mass. ; 1873 : 14918, Dec. 26 ; 2c. Dec. 26. 

4332 

a military comedy drama in prologue and 



4 acts, by G. N. Brown and R. M. Hanna. 

© George N. Brown, R. M. Hanna and Ira 
Du Bois, United States; 1888:5124, Feb. 16. 

4333 

— a military drama in 5 acts, by T. N. Wilson. 

© T. N. Wilson, Dayton, O. ; 1883:6928, 

Apr. 12. 4334 

an original allegorical drama of the Civil 



War of 1861 to 1866, in 5 acts, by J. T. 
Vegiard. 

© J. T. Vegiard, Aurora, 111. ; 1879 : 14649. 
Nov. 1 ; 2c. Nov. 24. 4335 

Blue (The) and the gray. 

© Howley, Haviland & co.. New York; 
1900 : 7971, Mar. 26. 4336 

Typewritten. 

© Idalene Hill, St. Louis, Mo. ; D : 564, 
June 10, 1901 ; 2c. May 16, 1901. 4337 

by B. S. Young and G. G. Armstrong. 

© Briant S. Young and Geo. G. Armstrong, 
Salt Lake City ; 1897 : 40507, July 12. 4338 
a drama in 5 acts, by T. H. Sayre. 



© T. H. Sayre, United States ; 1880 : 15689, 
Oct. 13 ; 2c. Oct. 13. 4339 

a dramatic sketch in 2 scenes, with song 



and chorus, words and music, by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, Brooklyn ; 1875 : 7968, 

July 29 ; 2c. Aug. 4. 4340 

a historical play in 4 acts and 6 tableaux, 



by J. E. Owens. 

© John E. Owens, Towsontown, Md. ; 1874 : 

12176, Sept. 28. 4341 

— in 1 act, by F. J. Mahon. f. Typewritten. 



© Frank J. Mahon, Detroit ; D : 3719, July 
13, 1903 ; 2c. June 29, 1903. 4342 

a military episode in 5 acts, 8 allegorical 

tableaux and 10 grand pictures, by Gene Dun- 
bar. 

© George A. Sawin and E. H. Noble, New 
Bedford, Mass. ; 1884 : 10135, May 17. 4343 

an original drama in a prologue and 4 acts, 

by W. E. Barnes. 

© W. Elliott Barnes, United States ; 1881 : 
2777, Feb. 24. 4344 

or, Tom Pike, the Arkensaw traveler, a 



drama in 4 acts, founded on the late unpleas- 
antness, by A. Malgum. 

© Sam W. Smith, San Francisco; 1873: 
8839, Aug. 4. 4345 

See also Byer's library of tabloid plays. — 



Blue (The) and the grey on the Rappahannock; 
by II. Loftner, music arr. by Winthrop. Cin- 
cinnati, The John Church co. 

© John Church co., Cincinnati ; 1896 : 63321, 
Nov. 19 ; 2c. Nov. 19. 4346 

Blue and white polka-dot shirt; acting serio- 
humorous monologue for woman, by Stanley 
Schell. p. 29-.12. 12°. (On cover: Stanley 
Schell's sketches) 

© Apr. 3, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1914 ; A : 370559 ; 
Edgar Schell Werner, New York. 4346a 

Blue Beard; by C. Pendleton. 

© Charlotte Pendleton, Philadelphia; 1890: 
30251, Oct. 1 ; 2c. Oct. 29. 4347 

a shadoAV pantomime for eleven actors, by 

A. S. Eaton. 3 p. nar. t". Printed. 

© Annie S. Eaton, Syracuse, N. Y. ; D : 
5835, Nov. 28, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 2, 1904. 4348 

or. The bride, the bogie and the blood, a 

burlesque opera in 2 acts, by E. Lawrence 
Jenkins. New York, Hints publishing com- 
pany, 1902. 14 p. 12°. 

© Hints pub. co.. New York ; D : 2389, Sept. 
26, 1902; 2c. Nov. i, 1902. 4349 

or, The Mormon, the maiden, and the lit- 
tle militaire, in 2 acts. 

© Alexander Henderson, New York; 1872: 
11047, Oct. 17. 4350 

■ See also Bluebeard. 

Blue Beard extravaganza; in 2 acts, by S. T. 
Jack. 

© Sam T. Jack, Chicago; 1896:21526. 
Apr. 6. 4351 

Blue bells o'Scotland; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
by H. W. Emmet and L. Paul. 

© Harry W. Emmet and Logan Paul, New 
York ; 1893 : 33715, July 18. 4352 

Blue bird; by Maurice Maeterlinck, tr. by Alex- 
ander Teixeira de Mattos. 16°. 

© Dodd, Mead & co.. New York; A : 179238. 
June 12, 1907 ; 2c. June 12, 1907. 4353 
a fairy play in 5 acts, by I\Iaurice Maeter- 
linck, tr. by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. 
New York, Dodd, Mead and company, 1909. 
1 p. 1., 5-241 p. 12°. 

© Dodd, Mead & co.. New York ; A : 234206, 
Mar. 10, 1909; 2c. Mar, 10, 1909. 4354 

Same. New York, Dodd, Mead & company, 

1910. 241 p. incl. front, (port.) 8°. 

© Nov. 19, 1910; 2c. Nov. 21, 1910; A: 
275904 ; Dodd, Mead & co., New York. 4355 

a fairy play in 6 acts, by Maurice Maeter- 



Decking the graves of the dead. — Loyalty. 



linck, tr. by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos, 
New York, Dodd, Mead and company, 1911. 
287 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 4, 1911 ; 2c. Feb. 6, 1911 ; A : 280649 ; 
Dodd, Mead &, co., New York. 4356 



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4377 



Blue bird — Continued. 

Same. New Yorlf, Dodd, Mead & company, 

1911. xvi, 211 p. col. front., 24 col. pi. 4°. 

© Nov. 15, 1911; 2c. Nov. 16, 1911; A: 
300748 ; Dodd, Mead & co.. New York. 4357 
Blue blood; domestic comedy in 3 acts, by Noel 
Grant. 

© John H. Ryley, New Rocbelle, N. Y. ; 
1SS8 : 13213, May 5. 4358 

a musical farce-comedy in 3 acts, by E. 

Hoist. 

© Eduard Hoist and Edward Leugers, New 

Yorii ; 1890 : 27424, Sept. 6. 4359 

Blue blood and red; a romantic military drama 

in 5 acts, by G. Kronmiller, jr. (P. H. Mar- 

cellus) 

© George Kronmiller, jr., Baltimore; 1873: 
3836, Apr. 14. 4360 

Blue bonnet; play in 4 acts and 8 scenes, by W. 
Cohoon. 42 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 7, 1909; 2c. Sept. 15, 1909; D: 

16776; W. Coboon, Minneapolis. 4361 

Blue (The) book; or, The hunchback of Not-er- 

dam, an original musical prologue in 2 acts, 

by J. F. Poole. 

© John F. Poole, Brooklyn; 1873:10077, 
Sept. 6. 4362 

Blue (The) butterfly; play In 4 acts, A. Cull. 
[77] p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1914; D: 36582; Anna Cull, 
Toronto, Canada. 4362a 

Blue Cloud's sacrifice; dramatic playlet in 1 
act, by R. F. Taylor. [13] p. 12°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1911 ; D : 25499 ; Ralph Fred- 
erick Taylor, Boston. 4363 

Blue (The) cross; drama in 4 acts, by J. P. 
O'Hagan. 33 p. t". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 12, 1912; D: 28293; John F. 
O'Hagan, Orange, N. J. 4364 

Blue (The) diamond; mystery melodrama, by J. 
Willard. [26] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 9, 1914 ; D : 36982 ; John Willard, 
New York. 4364a 

play in 2 acts, book by R. H. Burnside. 2 v. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1913; D: 32322; Robert H. 
Burnside, New York. 4365 

Blue-eyed Susan; comic opera in 2 acts, libretto 
by George R. Sims and Henry Pettitt, music 
by F. O. Carr. New York, T. H. French. 

© George Edwardes, London; 1892:5719, 
Feb. 5 ; 2c. Feb. 18. 4366 

Blue (The) flame; original dramatic fantasy In 
4 acts, by Leta Vance. 96 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Aug. 6, 1915; D: 41432; Leta Vance 
Nicholson, New York. 4366a 



Blue (The) forest. See Foret (La) bleue. 

Blue forest lodge; or, Phillip Bragdon, a play 
in 4 acts. Ill p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Herbert Cutler Brown, Los Angeles; D: 
2064, June 21, 1902 ; 2c. June 28, 1902. 4367 
Blue g-lass; a comedy in 3 acts, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1877:2425, 
Feb. 24. 4368 

Same. 

© Joseph F. Daly, Mary D. Daly and Rich- 
ard Dorney, executors of Augustin Daly, New 
York, in renewal for 14 years from Feb. 24, 
1905 ; D : 6007, Jan. 5, 1905. 4369 

Blue grass. 

© Paul Armstrong, New York; D : 7738, 
Dec. 20, 1905, 4370 

Blue-grass (A) cavalier; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by G. Andrews. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gertrude Andrews, Brooklyn ; D : 3420, 
May 12, 1903; 2c. May 12, 1903. 4371 

Blue (A) grass courtship, 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joe L. Brigham, New York; D : 2992, 
Feb. 14, 1903; 2c. Feb. 14, 1903. 4372 

Blue (The) grass farmer; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by R. M. Stolworthy. 

© Robert M. Stolworthy, New York; 1891: 
5221, Feb. 6. 4373 

Blue (The) grass girl; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by F. Bernard. 

© Franklin Bernard, Denver ; D : 14061, 
Oct. 15, 1908. 4374 

Blue (The) grass handicap. 16 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Paul Armstrong, New York ; D : 4532, Jan. 
20, 1904 ; 2c. Jan. 20, 1904. 4375 

Blue grass heroine. 8ee Byer's library of tab- 
loid plays. 

Blue (The) grass king. See Bluegrass (The) 
king'. 

Blue (The) grass tragedy. See Bluegrass 
(The) tragedy. 

Blue (A) grass widow; a play, by F, Fyles. 

© Franklin Fyles, New York ; D : 13272, 
June 25, 1908. 4376 
See also Married flirts. 

Blue (The) heron; play in 1 act, by A. Ketchum. 
[2], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1913; D: 34653; Arthur 
Ketchum, New York. 4377 

Blue jeans. See Bluejeans. 

Blue (The) lagoon; play in 3 acts, by N. Mac- 
Owan and C. Mann, adapted from the book by 
H. de Vere Stackpoole. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 10, 1914 ; D : 37519 ; Norman Mac- 
Owan and Charlton Mann, London. 4377a 



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4396 



Blue laws up-to-date. See Prize (The) bluff. 

Blue (The) letter; a play iu 4 acts, by A. E. 
Ives. 4". Typewritten. 

© Alice E. Ives, New York ; D : 1132, Nov. 
29, 1901 ; 2c. July 18, 1902. 4378 

Blue (The) lights; romantic historical drama in 
5 acts, by B. Bushnell. 86 p. 4°. Type- 
written, 

© Ic. Apr. 2, 1915 ; D : 40249 ; Belle Bush- 
nell, University, Va. 4378a 

Blue mask; a comedy, by T. H. Say re. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York ; 1884 : 20351, Oct. 
9. 4379 

Blue Monday; comedy in 3 acts, by W. P. Bur- 
bage. [3], 64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1913; D: 33986; William P. 
Burbage, Philadelphia. 4380 

a farce in 3 acts, by A. D. Clement. 

© Ada D. Clement, San Francisco ; D : 2207, 
Aug. 9, 1902. 4381 

Blue (The) moon; drama in 4 acts, by C. T. 
Eagan. [95] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1912; D: 28528; Charles T. 
Eagan, Chicago. 4383 

Blue Mountain Joe; play in 1 act, by R. Stuart. 
[2], 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1912 ; D : 31010 ; Ralph Stuart, 
New York. 4383 

Blue (The) officer; romantic drama in 4 acts, 
by Ary Ecilaw [pseud, of Alexandrine Kole- 
mine] Typewritten. 

© Count Kessler, New York ; 1890 : 14206, 
Apr. 29 ; 2c. May 17. 4384 

Blue penciled; whimsical comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. A. Cope and L. D. Bell. 3 v. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 24, 1914 ; D : 35779 ; Donna Alice 
Cope and Lisle Devonshire Bell, Cleveland. 

4384a 

Blue (The) ribbon; in 3 acts and 5 scenes, by E. 
Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, New York ; 1S94 : 5864, 
Jan. 24. 4385 

Same. 

© Edward Harrigan, Boston; 1894:16794, 
Mar. 26. 4386 

Blue ribbon Betty; comedy in 3 acts, by I. M. 
Sevin. [52] p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. June 15, 1914 ; D : 37314 ; Israel Man- 
del Sevin, Chicago. 4386a 

Blue ribbons. See Short plays for small 
players. 

Blue Ridge; by W. G. Rose. 

© William Ganson Rose, Cleveland ; D : 
10048, Feb. 28, 1907. 4387 



Blue (The) rocket; comedy in 1 act, by R. Well- 
man. [4], 46 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1913 ; D : 34326 ; Rae Wellman, 
New York. 4388 

Blue (The) room; play iu 4 acts, by F. Gerald. 
[120] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28193 ; Florence Ger- 
ald, New York. 4389 

Blue (The) rose; drama in 3 acts, by T. Mc- 
Kean. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1913; D: 32809; Thomas Mc- 
Kean, Philadelphia. 4390 

Same. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1913 ; D : 35513 ; Thomas Mc- 
Kean, Philadelphia. 4391 

zodiacal phantasy, book and lyrics by M. 

Gillespie, music by George Chittenden Turner. 
47 p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 17, 1915 ; D : 41565 ; Marian Gil- 
lespie, New York. 4391a 

Blue roses; a 1 act sketch, by Oliver Curtis. 

© Alexander Gordon, New York ; D : 11102, 
Aug. 2, 1907. 4392 

Blue (The) stocking; a comedietta in 1 act, by 
Delissa Joseph. 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York ; 1884 : 26410, 
Dec. 30 ; 2c. Jan. 22, 1885. 4393 

Blue (The) stone; dramatic speculation in 3 
acts, by Mrs. J. B. Walker. [121] p. 4°. 
Typewi'itten. 

© Jc. Aug. 31, 1914; D : 38091 ; Mrs. James 
Blaine Walker, New York. 4393a 

Blue violets; a dramatization in 5 acts, by M. T. 
Allen. St. Louis, Nixon-Jones printing co., 
1883. 

© Marie T. Allen, United States; 1883:462, 
Jan. 8. 4394 

Bluebeard; a musical fantasy, by Kate Douglas 
Wiggin. New York and London, Harper & 
brothers, 1914. 3 p. 1., v-vii, [3], 57, [1] p. col. 
front., pi. 12°. 

© Feb. 5, 1914 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 1914 ; A : 362499 ; 
Harper & bros.. New York. 4394a 

See also Blue Beard. 



Bluebeard, jr.; a new spectacular extravaganza 
in 3 acts. 

© David Henderson, Chicago; 1889:3292, 
Jan. 28. 4395 

or, Fatima and the fairy, a new spectacu- 
lar extravaganza in 4 acts. 

© David Henderson, Chicago; 1889:3817, 
Feb. 1 ; 2c. Apr. 13. 4396 



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Bluebeard's bride; or, The last leapyear in 
Fairyland; a comedy, by Anne King Moody. 
New York, E. S. Werner & co. [1904] 20 p. 
illus. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D : 5208, 
June 11, 1904; 2c. Oct. 17, 1904. 4397 

Bluegrass. See Blue grass. 

Bluegrass (The) king; or, Kentucky Belle, an 
equestrian war melodrama in 5 tableaux, by 
. M. S. Taylor. 

© M. Stuart Taylor, Rochester, N. Y. ; 1891 : 
13394, Apr. 13. 4398 

Bluegrass (A) tragedy; an original drama in 4 

acts, by Sterrette Johnston. f°,^ Typewritten. 

© Sterrette Johnston, Red Bluff, Cal. ; 

D : 3277, Apr. 13, 1903 ; 2c. Apr. 30, 1903. 4399 

Bluejeans; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by J. 
Arthur. 

© Joseph Arthur, New York; 1888:17480, 
June 19. 4400 

Same. 

© Mrs. Joseph Arthur, Pelham Manor, 
N. Y., as widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 6901, July 1, 1915. 
Original entry, June 19, 1888, no. 17480. 

4400a 

Bluette (A). See On the inside of a Washing- 
ton bureau. 

Bluff; a burlesque comedy in 3 acts, by G. H. 
Jessop and W. Gill. 

© George H. Jessop and William Gill, New 
York ; 1884 : 10323, May 31. 4401 



— a comedy in 3 acts, by A. Thompson. 

© Alfred Thompson, New York; 1890: 24166, 
Aug. 2. 4402 

in 1 act, by M. T. Winchester. 22 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1911 ; D : 24864 ; Maud Tarle- 
ton Winchester, St. Paul. 4403 

play in 1 act, by A. W. Alden. [1], 10 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 10, 1914 ; D : 37805 ; A. W. Alden, 
Los Angeles. 4403a 

Bluff «fe Blarney; a farce in 1 act for two peo- 
ple, by T. B. Donaldson. 11 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Thomas B. Donaldson, Philadelphia; D: 
8060, Feb. 26, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 26, 1906. 4404 

Bluff and bluff; original comedy in 3 acts, by 
N. Twomey. 136 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1915 ; D : 39727 ; Neil Twomey, 
Dorchester, Mass. 4404a 



Bluff King Hal; an opera in 3 acts, libretto by 
D. O'Connell, music by H. J. Stewart. Type- 
written. 

© Daniel O'Connell and Humphrey J. Stew- 
art, San Francisco; 1891:43667, Dec. 4; 2c. 
Mar. 19, 1892. 4405 

Bluff (The) that won; a vaudeville sketch in 1 
act, by Robert Bonfoy. 12 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Jenne Morrow Long, San Francisco ; D : 
14109, Aug. 13, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1908. 4406 
Bluffed; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by C. F. Lor- 
raine. 

© C. F. Lorraine, Newtown, N. Y. ; 1893: 
5906, Jan. 30. 4407 

Bluffer (The) bluffed; 1 act dramatic comedy, 
written by W. H. Barwald. 15 p. f. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 16, 1912 ; D : 296S2 ; William H. 
Barwald, Baltimore. 4408 

or. The man with the green eyes, by C. B. 

Turner. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Cora Beach Turner, Chicago ; D : 10684, 
June 1, 1907 ; 2c. June 1, 1907. 4409 

Bluffers (The); comedy in 4 acts, by H. L. 
Smith. [4], 52 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 16, 1914; D: 36366; Hubert 
Loomis Smith, Ventura, Cal. 4409a 

or. Dust in the eyes, comedy in 2 acts, 

adapted from the French by R. M. George. 
New York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1912. 82 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 11, 1912; 2c. Nov. 21, 1912; D: 
31432; Samuel French, New York. 4410 

Bluffing it; comedy in 3 acts, by R. Strauss. 
[2], 42 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 17, 1912 ; D : 31155 ; Rose Strauss, 
Montgomery, Ala. 4411 

Bluffs, See Four-flushing. 

Blumen-madchen (Das) See Laclero, die 
schone Griechin. 

Blumenboot (Das); schauspiel in 4 akten und 
einem zwisclienspiel, von H. Sudermann. 
New York, Carl Herrmann, 1905. 101 p. 16°. 

© Hermann Sudermann, Germany ; D : 7421, 
Oct. 19, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1905. 4412 

Blunder (The); a light comedy in 3 acts, 4 
scenes, by F. M. Franklin. 

© Frank M. Franklin, New York; 1892: 
29547, July 15 ; Ic. July 15. 4413 

mystery comedy in 3 acts, by W. M. Blatt. 

101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1915; D : 40943 ; William 
Moses Blatt, Brookline, Mass. 4413a 

Blundering Bill; a farce in 2 scenes, by F. E. 
Hiland. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1899- 
23186, Apr. 1 ; 2c. May 4. 4414 



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4436 



Blundering Billy; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
by Anthony E. Wills. Chicago & New York. 
The Dramatic publishing company [1906] 58 
p. 12°. 

i© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 9518, Nov. 
26, 1906; 2c, Nov. 26, 1906. 4415 

Blundering Cupid; comic operetta in 2 acts, J. 
C. Breil. [1], 96 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1912; D: 31460; Joseph Carl 
Breil, New York. 4416 

Blundering (The) Mr. Brown; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Harold Hale [pseud, of C. N. Moller] 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1906. 44 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 9227, 
Oct. 13, 1.906; 2c. Dec. 26, 1906. 4417 

Blunders; a comedy in 5 acts, by E. R. Coates. 

© Elmer Ruan Coates, Philadelphia; 1872: 

1884, Feb. 27. 4418 

a farcical comedy in 3 acts. 

© J. Alexander Brown, New York; 1886: 
9723, Apr. 22. 4419 

in 4 acts, by A. S. Phillips. 

© Alfred S. Phillips, New York; 1885: 
10882, May 13. 4420 

an original comedy in 3 acts, by Altman 

and Lacy. 

© Altman and Lacy, Detroit; 1893:10246, 
Feb. 25. 4421 

or. That man from Galway, by John T. 



Kelly. 

© Kelly and Ryan, Baltimore; 1882:5016, 

Mar. 31 ; 2c. Mar. 31. 4422 

— or. The maid, the mimic and the spinster. 

© A. C. Phillips, Chicago ; 1880 : 19300, Dec. 



17. 



4423 



Blunders (The) of Backus; by W. M. Day. [1], 
63 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 8, 1912 ; D : 28249 ; William Mar- 
tin Day, Cincinnati. 4424 

See also Alternative (The) 

Blut (Das); ein drama, von Julius Bab. Berlin, 
S. Fischer, 1908. 186 p. 12°. 

© S. Fischer, verlag, Berlin ; D : 12594, 
Mar. 21, 1908; 2c. Apr. 16, 1908. 4425 

Boabdil, the last of the Moorish kings; by I. 
Schweppe. 28 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ida Schweppe, San Antonio ; D : 3992, 
Sept. 22, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 9, 1903. 4426 

Boadicea; a drama, by W. S. Liscomb. 

© William S. Liscomb, Providence, R. I. ; 
1878 : 1186, Jan. 28. 4427 

Board (The) bill; by C. A. Bridgwood. 6 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Charlotte A. Bridgwood, New York ; D : 
10264, Apr. 3, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 18, 1907. 4428 



Board (The) of health; 1 act play, by E. Guer- 
rier. {In S. E. G. news, v. 3, no. 7, May 8, 
1915) 

© May 10, 1915 ; 2c. May 14, 1915 ; D : 40663 ; 
Edith Guerrier, Boston. 4428a 

Boarder (The); a play in 3 acts, by H. S. Shel- 
don. [137] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1909 ; D : 16517 ; Harry Sophus 
. Sheldon, Chicago. 4429 

Boardin' round; by H. A. Sawyer. 

© Harriet Adams Sawyer, Nashua, N. H. ; 
D : 798, Aug. 24, 1901. 4430 

Same. 97 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Harriet Adams Sawyer, Boston, D : 3360, 
Apr. 80, 1903; 2c. Apr. 30, 1903. 4431 

Boarding-house (The) burglar; monologue, by 
James H. Chase. Providence, R. I., The Kens- 
more pub. CO., 1913. 8 p. 12°. 

© June 19, 1913; 2c. June 23, 1913; D: 
33620; Kensmore pub. co.. Providence, R. I. 

4432 



Boarding 
■wife. 



house flirtations. 



See Lovejoy's 
See Talking 



Boarding-house (The) keeper. 
(The) woman. 

Boarding (A) house romance; comedy vaude- 
ville sketch, by A. Geyer. [2], 23 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 16, 1914 ; D : 38814 ; Albert Geyer, . 
Los Angeles. 4432a 

Boarding-school (The) (Das pensionat); a 

comic opera in 2 acts, by F'ranz von Suppe, 
English tr. by Arthur W. Tams. 

© A. W. Tams, New York ; 1899 : 2312, Jan. 
4. 4433 

Boarding-school (The) at Dotheboys hall; by 
Mrs. M. C. Mead. 38 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Marion C. Mead, Weston, Mass. ; 
D : 10149, Mar. 15, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 15, 1907. 

4434 

Boarding-school girls; play in 1 act, by Vivien 
Chandler Smith and T. Harold Lindsay. 22 p. 
4*. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 16, 1913; D : 33501 ; H. Strong 
Smith, Chicago. 4435 



Boatman (The) of Kinsale. 
Bodare. 



See Myles-Na- 



Boatswain's (The) mate; a play in 1 act, by W. 
W. Jacobs and Herbert N. Sargent, adapted 
from W. W. Jacobs' story of that title. New 
York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 1907. 
26 p. 12°. 
© Samuel French, New York; D : 11869, 



Dec. 6, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 14, 1908. 
— See also Sally. 



4436 



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4459 



Bob and Susan; a 3 act musical comedy, written 
by F. J. Beaman. 

© Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich.; ISnS: 
15373, Mar. 18. 4437 

Bob Cole in Coontown; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by B. Cole. 

© Bob Cole, New York; 1900 A: 8264, Mar. 
17. 4438 

Bob Evans and Prince Henry of Battenberg; 
play in 1 act, by W. Hanlon. 19 [1] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Mar. 31, 1911; D: 23801; Wm. Han- 
lon, Cohasset, Mass. 4439 

Bob Long, the boy Phoenix; or. Cousin against 
cousin, a drama in 5 acts, by J. 11. Boyer. 

© J. Robert Boyer, Shenandoah, Pa. ; 18S7 : 
19UU8, July 2G ; 2c. Dec. G. 4440 

Bob of the valley; or, Out of the desert, play 
in 3 acts, by K. B. Miller. 132 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1911; D:231G4; Katherine 
Browning Miller, Berkeley, Cal. 4441 

Bob O'Neil; or. The sin phantom, a drama in 
4 acts, by II. Jones. 

® llobert Jones, Boston; 1877:1092, Jan. 
27. 4442 

Bob Rackett's pajamas; a comedy conceit in 1 
act, by Harry Lacy. 

© Katherine Lacy, New Haven; 1808: 
23914, Apr. 15 ; 2c. Aug. 23. 4443 

Bob, son of Battle; play in 4 acts, by A. 0111- 
vaut. 4 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1915; D: 39492; Alfred Olli- 
vant. New York. 4443a 

by A. W. Byron, founded on the novel 

by Alfred Ollivant. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1913; D: 34552; Arthur Wm. 
Byron, Montclair, N. J. 4444 

Bob, the boot black; a protean piny of New 
York life in 5 acts, by Hal. Reid [i. e. James 
Halleck Reid]. Typewritten. 

© Amer. amusement assn. ; Chicago ; D : 302, 
Apr. 18, 1901 ; 2c. Apr. 18, 1901. 4445 

Bob, the modern Puck; an original 4 act com- 
edy drama, by G. O. Ernst. 

© George Otis Ernst, Cambridge, Mass.; 
1873 : 11446, Oct. 6. 4446 

Bobadil; or, A sultan for a day; a comic opera 
in 3 acts, by L. Searelle. 33 p. 8°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Lnscombe Searelle, New York; D : 2S09, 
Jan. 5, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 5, 1903. 4447 



Bobbie Burns. 
5379--15- 



See llobert Burns. 
— 14 



Bobbie's mother-in-law; 1 act comedy sketch, 
by F. H. Shreiner. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 12, 1915; D: 40919; Francis 
Hoyt Shreiner, Harrisburg, Pa. 4447a 

Bobbins, the waif. Typewritten. 

© Jennie F. Soop, Boston; 1891 : 25063, July 
9; 2c. Feb. 12. 4448 

Bobby; play in 1 act, by M. E. Mignonette. 

© M. E. Mignonette, New York; 1878:447, 
Jan. 9. 4449 

Bobby and the fairies; a children's fantasy for 
children's acting, words by Vincent Van Mar- 
ter Beede, in collaboration with Louise B. 
Hogau, music by William H. Humiston. 

© John Russell Davidson, New York; 1900 
A : 21472, Aug. 27 ; 2c. Aug. 27. 4450 

Bobby Burnit; in 4 acts, by W. Smith. [163] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1910; D: 21105; Winchell 
Smith, New York. 4451 

Bobby Mellville of London; 4 act society com- 
edy, by J. Pardee. 

© Jean Pardee, New Haven; 1895:8388, 
Dec. 7. 4452 

Bobby Melville of New York; by J. P. Clark. 
© Jean Pardee Clark, New Haven; 1899: 
10750, Feb. 6. 4453 

Bobby Shaftoe; a Mother Goose extravaganza. 

Vocal score. 

© Harry C. Whorf, Winthrop, Mass., and 
J. N. Calderwood, Brighton, Mass.; 1898:231, 
Jan. 3 ; 2c. Aug. 31. 4454 

Bobby's escapade. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Jean Pardee Clark, New Haven ; D : 7837, 
Jan. 11, 1906 ; 2c. Jan. 11, 1906. 4455 

Bobby's homecoming; musical playlet, by E. L. 
Fox and G. A. Parker. 15 p. f". Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1910; D: 20258; Edward L. 
Fox and Grosvenor A. Parker, New York. 

4456 

Bobby's pal; a character sketch, by Arnold 
Reeves. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Aubrey Ruggles, Harrington, N. J.; 
D: 10820, June 21, 1907; 2c. June 21, 1907. 

4457 

Bobby's wishbone; farce in 1 act, by W. Foran. 
IS p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1910; D: 22394; William 
Foran, New York. 4458 

Bobo (El); comedia dramAtica en 3 actos y en 
prosa, por A. Bher. Madrid, Socledad de 
autores espafioles, 1912. [4], 43 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912; 2c. Dec. G, 1912; D: 31569; 
Alejandro Bher, Madrid. 4459 



209 



4460 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



4477 



Bobs and nabobs; a domestic drama in 4 acts, 
by M. T. Alien. St. Louis, G. J. Jones A: com- 
pany, 1882. 

!© Marie T. Allen, United States; 1882 : 5590. 
Apr. 8; 2c. Apr. 21. 4460 

Bob's birthday present; vaudeville sketch, by 
L. A. Riegler. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1910 ; D : 20479 ; Leo A. 
Riegler, Chicago. 4461 

Bob's sister Ann. See Sister Ann to the 
rescue. 

Bob's wife; play in 1 act, by J. Eliscu. [2], 21 
p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1913; D: 35274; Julius Eliscu, 
New York. 4462 

Boby, the booby; a rural drama in 3 acts, by 
Albert Carr. New York. 

© Samuel French & son, New York ; 1874 : 
10872, Aug. 21. 4463 

Boccaccio; or. The prince of Palermo, comic 
opera in 3 acts, by Franz von Suppe, with 
English ti'anslation and adaptation by Dexter 
Smith. Boston, Oliver Ditson & company. 

© O. Ditson & CO., Boston; 1880:11032, 
July 17 ; 2c. Sept. IS. 4464 

libretto by F. Zell and R. Genee. Bos- 
ton, O. Ditson company ; New York, G. H. 
Ditson & CO. [etc., etc.] 1908. 64 p. 12". 

© Oliver Ditson & cc, Boston, in renewal for 
14 vears from July 17, 1908; A: 204069, Apr. 
11, 1908; 2c. Apr. 11, 1908. 4465 

Bocina (La) de Reg'ulez; juguete comico-llrico 
en 1 ;icto y en prosa [de] Celso Lucio y Mari- 
ano Muzas, musica del maestro Porras. Ma- 
drid, Sociedad de autores espauoles, 1908. 30 
p. 8". 

© Celso Lucio y Mariano Muzas, Madrid r 
D: 12475, Mar. 3, 1908; 2c. Mar. 3, ]908. 4466 

Boda (La); drama en 1 acto y en prosa [de] E, 
Casal. Madrid, [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles] 1909. 20 p. 8°. 

© Enrique Casal, Madrid; D:16]37. June 
23, 1909; 2c. June 23, 1909. 4467 

See also Wedding (The) 

Boda (La) de la Farruca; fantasia c6mico-lirica 
en 1 acto, dividido en 4 cuadros, en verso, ori- 
ginal deGonzalo Canto y Guillermo Hernandez 
Mir, musica del maestro F. Alouso. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1914. 47 p. 12°. 
© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38231 ; G. Cant6 y G. Hernandez JMir, Madrid. 

4467a 

Boda (La) de Lupe; 6, Los dos incluseros, paso 
de comedia en 1 acto y 2 cuadros, en prosa, 
original de J. Martinez Hidalgo. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espaiioles, 1915. 23 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41085 ; Jose Martinez Hidalgo, Madrid. 4467b 



Boda (La) roja; zarzuela dramatica en 1 acto, 
dividido en 3 cuadros, en verso y prosa, origi- 
nal de J. Capella y J. Gonzalez Pastor, musica 
del maestro Jose M. " Carbonell. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espauoles, 1908. 3G p. 12°, 

© Jacinto Capella y Joaquin Gonzalez Pas- 
tor, Madrid; D : 13587, Aug. 19, 190S; 2c. Aug. 
19, 1908. 4468 

Bodas celestes; apunte de comedia en 1 acto y 
en prosa, de V. Almela Mengot. IMadrid, Soci- 
edad de autores espauoles, 1909. 16 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16246 ; 
Vicente Almela Mengot, Madrid. 4469 

Bodie, the pearl of Serpent Mountain; comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by E. A. Locke. 

© Edwin A. Locke, Boston ; 1882 : 11597, 
July 15. 4470 

Body and soul; play in 3 acts, suggested by a 
.story of Trintji Du Bois, by G. W. Ward. 
[3], SO p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 2, 1910; D: 22466; George W. 
Ward, New York. 4471 

psychological melodrama, in 4 acts, by W. 

Hurlbut. 115 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 3915; D : 41745 ; William 
Hurlbut, New York. 4471a 

Body (The) guard; or, The rebel spy, a war 
drama in 4 acts, by G. M. Gray. Dover, N. H. 
1ST7. 

© George M. Gray, Dover, N. H. ; 1877: 
3971, Apr. 4. 4472 

Bbhmische (Die) cigarrenmacherin (The Bo- 
hemian cigarinakress) ; amerikanisches volks- 
schauspiel in 5 akten, nebst vorspiel, Eine 
landliche hochzeit in Bohmen, nach authen- 
tischen acten bearbeitet von S. Stern. 

© Samuel Stern, New York; 1880:1296, 
Jan. 22. 4473 

Boers (The); drama, by P. M. Potter. 

© P. M. Potter, New York ; 1882 : 761. Jan. 
16. 4474 

Bose (Der) herzog. See Kreuzerhohung. 

Bose (Das) schicksal; sehauspiel in 3 akten, von 
Felix Langer. Miinchen, Leipzig, Georg 
Miiller, 1914. 116 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1913; D: 34870; Eduard 
Bloch, Berlin. 4475 

Boetius; trauerspiel in 5 akten [von Ernst Hen- 
rici] Baltimore [John Hinrich's verlag] 1905. 
cover-title, 1 p. 1., p. 93-144. 8°. (Ernst Hen- 
rici's dramatische werke. III) 

© Ernst Henrici, Baltimore; D : 6580, Apr. 
26, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 26, 1905. 4476 

Bog sie rodzi; polskie jaselka. Karol Wachtol. 

Chicago, W. Dyniewicz pub. co. 76 [12] p. 8°. 

© Nov. 14, 1910; 2c. Dec. 1, 1910; D : 22696; 

W. Dyniewicz pub. co., Chicago. 4477 



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4500 



Bogen (Der) des Odysseus; schauspiel in 5 
akteu, von Gerhart Hauptmann. Berlin, S. 
Fischer, verlag. 1914. 168 p. 12". 

© Apr. 1, 1914 ; Ic. Sept. 26, 1914 ; D : 38330 ; 
S. Fischer, verlag, Berlin. 4477a 

Bogie men. See New comedies. 

Bog-US ; an original American comedy in 4 acts, 
by F. G. Maeder. 

© Frederick G. Maeder, San Francisco; 
1879:5601, Apr. 26. 4478 

Bogus (A) chaufEeur. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Adams and Chas. E. Drew, New 

York; D : 6319, Mar. 11, 1905; 2c. Mar. 11, 

1905. 4479 

Bogus (A) colonel; a comedy in 4 acts, by R. C. 
Dillniore and Adolfo Pierra. Philadelphia, 
Geia. Typewritten. 

© R. C. Dillmore and Adolfo Pierra, Phila- 
delphia ; 1897 : 20815, Apr. 1 ; 2c. Apr. 22. 4480 

Bogus (The) Hobson; a farce in 3 acts, by F. 
Chipman. Typewritten. 

© Frederick Chipman, New York; 1898: 
72590, Dec. 13 ; 2c. Dec. 13. 4481 

Bogus (The) Injun; a very laughable sketch in 
2 scenes, arr. by Charles White. New York, 
R. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
14047, Dec. 30; 2c. Mar. 1, 1876. 4482 

Bogus (The) professor; a farce comedy in 3 acts. 

© Lloyd Shelton Myers, Newport, Ky. ; D : 

4707, Mar. 10, 1904. 4483 

Bogus (The) squire; by L. A. Ball. 43 p. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© Lillie A. Ball, Jersey City ; D : 3822, Aug. 
12, 1903; 2c. Aug. 12, 1903. 4484 

Bogus (The) talking machine; or. The puzzled 
Dutchman, a negro farce in 1 scene, by Grif- 
fin Hall, arr. by Charles White. New York, 
R. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1876: 
79S5, July 3 ; 2c. July 26. 4485 

Bogusman (The) See Master (The) of men. 
Boheme (La); a drama in 4 acts, by W. L. Lock- 
wood. 

© W. L. Lockwood, Saratoga, N. Y. ; D : 
3612, June 6, 1903. 4486 

. 4 ;,cts, libretto by G. Giacosa and L. Illica, 

English version by W. Grist and P. Pinkerton, 
music by G. Puccini. 

© G. Ricordi & co., Milan; 1898:69151. 
Nov. 28; 2c. Nov. 28. 4487 
guide to opera, by Puccini, including biog- 
raphy of the composer and history of work, by 
H. \Y. Hart. 9 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16353 ; Henry W. 
Hart, Brooklyn. 4488 



Bohemia (La); Escanas de la vida bohgmia de 
Enrique Murger, en 4 actos, libro de L. Illica 
y G. Giacosa, musica de J. [Giacomo] Puccini. 
Version espaiiola. 38 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© G. Ricordi & co., Milan ; D : 4597, Feb. 9, 
1904 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 1904. 4489 

a new translation of Murger's French novel. 

Scenes de la vie Boheme, in 5 acts, by Juan. 
New York, 1873. 

© John Templeton, New York; 1873:9853, 
Sept. 2. 4490 

Bohemia a la mode; satirical comedy about mod- 
ern society in 2 acts, by C. Greve. 150 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 12, 1913; D: 32932; Clifford 
Greve, St. Louis. 4491 

Bohemian (The); romantic drama in 5 acts, by 
G. B. Densmore. 

© G. B. Densmore, San Francisco; 1875: 
7203, July 10. 4492 

a romantic society drama in 4 acts, by C. 

Gayler. 

© Charles Gayler, New York; 1885:19688. 
Sept. 18. 4493 

or, Taking time by the forelock, an after- 



piece in 1 act, by J. McCarroll. 

© James McCarroll, New York; 1874:3617, 
Mar. 21. 4494 

Bohemian (The) cigarmakress. See Bohm- 
ische (Die) cigarrenmacherin. 

Bohemian (A) dinner. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© W. H. Jenner, Boston ; D : 10988, July 

17, 1907 ; 2c. July 17, 1907. 4495 

Bohemian (The) gyurl (The Bohemian girl); 

or. The gallant Pole and the gal who was 

stole, a burlesque in 1 act, by T. W. Hanshew. 

© Rollin Howard, New York; 1877:9396, 

Aug. 15. 4496 

Bohemian life; dramatic pantomime in 1 act, by 
O. Loraine. 2 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1911 ; D : 24395 ; Oscar Lor- 
aine, New York. 4497 

Bohemians (The); a comedy in 8 acts, by E. J. 
Cowley. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1896. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1896: 
27900, May 7 ; 2c. Aug. 10. 4498 

song comedv in 2 acts, by F. W. Ross, jr., 

songs by Percy F. Woodford. [98] p. f°. Ms. 

© lo. Dec. 15, 1910; D: 22866; Frank W. 

Ross, jr., Elmira, N. Y. 4499 

a spectacular musical comedy in 3 acts, by 

J. K. Bangs and R. C. Peufield. 

© John Kendrick Bangs and Roderic C. 
Penfleld, New York ; D : 3414, May 11, 1903. 

4500 



211 



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4521 



Bohemians and detectives. See Jim Bludsoe. 

Bohemian's (The) blunder; a farce in 1 act, by 
S. P. Davis. 

© Samuel P. Davis, San Francisco; 1S75; 
5405 ; May 24. 4501 

Bohemond, prince of Tarentum; historical play 
in 5 acts. 

© Carl Albert Bjorkiuan, New York ; 1887 : 
27888, Oct. 28. 4502 

Bohemos; com^die en 1 acte en vers, par Miguel 
Zamacois. Paris, E. Fasquelle, 1904. 36 p. 
12". Typewritten. 

© Eugdue Fasquelle, Paris; D : 4620, Feb. 
16, 1904; 2c. Feb. 16, 1904 (proof) ; 2c. Mar. 
25, 1904. 4503 

Boiling- caldron; a sketch, by J. A. Westhauser. 
10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 29, 1909 ; D : 17815 ; Joseph A. 
Westhauser, St. Paul. 4504 

Boiling water; a musical comedy farce in 3 acts, 
by W. Morse and E. Hoist. 

© Woclson Morse and Eduard Hoist, New 
York; 1885:19528, Sept. 16; 2c. Sept. 16. 

4505 

Boilingpot (The) case; a comedy in 3 acts. 
Typewritten. 

© E. Salvator, New York; 1896: 10577, Feb. 
14 ; 2c. Feb. 15. 4506 

Bois (Le) sacre; com^die en 8 actes, par G. A. 
de Ca ilia vet et K. de Flers. (L'lllustration 

theatrale, no. 147, 30 avril 1910) 

© Apr. 30, 1910 ; 2c. May 21, 1910 ; D : 21113 ; 
G. A. de Caillavet et Robert de Flers, Paris. 

4507 

pantomime, d' E. Rostand, scenario en vers. 

13 p. 4°. Printed. 
© Edmond Rostand, Paris; D : 14378, Nov. 

27, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 27, 1908. 4508 
See also Heilige (Der) hain. 



Boker's bitters; musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
P. M, Potter and H. L. Hamlin. 

© Paul M. Potter and Harry L. Hamlin, 

United States; 1889:22771, July 24. 4509 

Bold (A) fearless man; Parisian sketch in 1 
act. by E. T. Emery. 8, [IJ p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 16, 1911; D: 24222; Edwin T. 
Emery, San Francisco. 4510 

Bold knights of old; a romantic drama in 5 
acts, by L. B. Parker. 

© Lottie Blair Parker, Tbomaston, N. Y. ; 
1899 : 79047, Dec. 5. 4511 

Bold (The) Mr. Timid; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Jack Burnett. 10 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Chas. Le Witt and H. Ashmore. Chicago; 
D : 9788, Jan. 14, 1007 ; 2c. Jan. 14, 1907. 4512 



Bold (The) sixty-ninth; original character act, 
words and music by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, Brooklyn ; 1874 : .%6, 
Jan. 10. 4513 

Bold (A) soldier boy; a farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by H. A. Du Souchet. Typewritten. 

© H. A. Du Souchet, Brooklyn ; 1899 : 82293, 
Dec. 20 ; 2c. Dec. 20. 4514 

Boliver's busy day; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. P. Weadon. 

© Frank Percy Weadon, Indianapolis; D: 
1053, Oct. 24, 1901. 4515 

Bolo; libretto and lyrics by L. M. Rivers. 

© Laurel M. Rivers, New York; D : 9224, 
Oct. 13, 1906. 4516 

Bolt (The) from the blue; dramatic sketch in 
3 scenes, by V. Palen. [23J p. 4°, Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1914 ; D : 37838 ; Victor Palen, 
New York. 4516a 



melodrama in 5 acts, by Mr. and Mrs. A, 

Giles. 

© Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Giles, New York; 
1896 : 25214, Apr. 24. 4517 

Bolted (The) door; play in 4 acts, by G. Gibbs 
and E. Lawrence Dudley. 133 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 19, 1913; D: 33546; George 
Gibbs, Rosemont, Pa. 4518 

Same. [165] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 30, 1914 ; D : 38652 ; George Gibbs, 
Rosemont, Pa. 4518a 

Bom Billy; a comic opera in 3 acts, words, lyrics 
and music by J. Gorton, jr. 

© Jos. Gorton, jr., Friendship, N. Y. : D: 
1383, Feb. 1, 1902. 4519 

Bomb (The); play in 3 acts, by H. H. Hughes. 
11(50] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mny 16, 1914; D:370S0; Hnrvey 
Hatcher Hughes, New York. 4519a 

Bomb (A) in society; 1 act novelty dramatic 
comedy, by J. Burnett. 17 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1915; D: 41304; Jack Bur- 
nett, Chicago. 4519b 

Bomb (The) thrower; a 1 act playlet, by L. 
McCord. Typewritten. 

© Lew McCord, New York; 1900 A:152.?0, 
June 19 ; 2c. June 19. 4520 

Bomb (The) throwers; musical burlesque in 2 
acts, by F. Powell, Katheriue McDowell Rice, 
Madeleine Burrage nnd Mildred Giddings Bur- 
rage. 50 J), f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1913; D: 33433; Francis 



Powell, New York. 



4521 



212 



4522 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



4544 



Bomb (The) trust; explosion in 1 act, by W. S. 
Ball. [2]. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28, 1913; D:324G4; W. S. Ball. 
Providence, R. I. 4522 

Bombardment (The) of Rome; a drama in 4 
acts, by J. A. Bedard. 

© J. A. Bedard, Detroit : 1890 : 31177, Oct. S. 

4523 



See Under the eagle. 
14 p. 



Bombast and platitudes. 

Bon Bon O'Dear: by H. A. McAnarney. 
obi. 1G°. Printed. 

© Henrv A. IvrcAnnrnev, Baltimore: D: 
14100. Oct. 27, 1908; 2c. Nov. 2, 1908. 4524 

Bon (Le) jug-e; comMie en 3 actes Jytar'] Alex- 
andre Bisson. New York, V. Ciocia, 1901. 
109 p. 8". 

© P. V. Stock, Paris; D : 110, Feb. 4, 1901 ; 
2c. Feb. 4, 1901. 4525 

See also Paris. 

Bon (lie) moyen; comedie en 3 actes. par A. 
Bisson. Paris, P. V. Stock, 1902. 2 p. 1., 171 
p. 12". 

© Alexandre Bisson, Paris; D: 1243, Jan. 3, 
1902; 2c. Jan. 3. 1902. 4526 

Bon (Un) petit diable; f eerie en 3 af'tes en vers, 
pnr P. rjernrd et M. Pnstnnd. (L'llliistration 
tbe'itrale, Se annee.-202. 17 fevrier, 1912) 

© Fpb. 10. 1912: 2c. Mar. 2. 1912: D: 2890(5; 
Rosemonde Gerard et Maurice Rostand, P-^r5s. 

4527 

Bon (Le) Roi Dag-obert; pi&ce en 4 actes en 
vers, par A. Rivoire. 1 p. 1., 106 p. 12°. 
Printed. 

© Andre Rivoire. Paris; D : 13750, Sept. 10, 
1908; 2c. Sept. 10, 1908. 4528 

See also Ombres chinoises. 

Bon-ton (The) burlepquers; a musical burlesque 
in 2 acts, by E. F. Rush. 

© Ed. F. Rush, New York; 1897:2S2fi4. 
May 7. 4529 

Bon ton George, jr. See Revels. 

Bon (The) vivants. 42 p. 8". Typewritten. 
© IVIarian Middleton, Alamosa. CoK ; 1900 
A: 4542, Feb. 10; 2c. Dec. 19, 1904. 4530 

Bonaparte; a burletta. Typewritten. 

© Franklin Lnwrence T>ee, New York; 1895: 
31312. June 13; 2c. June 24. 4531 

play in a prolosue and 3 acts, by R. 

Honsum. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 17. 1912; D: 31158; Robert 
Housum, Cleveland. 4532 

Bonaventure; a pastoral drama of 'Cajun life 
in TiOuisiana, by G. W. Cable. 

© Geo. W. Cable, Northampton. Mass.; 
1889 : 233G3, July 31. 4533 



Bonaventure Deschamps; a pastoral drama of 
'Cajun life in Louisiana, by G. W. Cable. 

© Geo. W. Cable, Northampton, Mass. ; 1889: 
233G2, July 31. 4534 

Bond (The); a drama, by L. C. King. 

© Laura Clayton King, Los Angeles; D: 
14882, Jan. 23, 1909. 4535 



— drama in 4 acts, by Ella Loise Guptill. 39 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1913: D: 32670; Ella Guptill 
McCully, Bellingham, Wash. 4536 

play in 3 acts, by B. A. Hunter. 156 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aus:. 18. 1909; D: 16742; Bertha An- 
cella Hunter, Los Angeles. 4537 



by J. F. Phillips. [21, 74 p. f. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1910; D: 220.30; John Frank- 
lyn Phfllips, Great Neck, N. Y. 4538 

Bond and free; a play and dramatic composition. 

© Sheridan Shook and A. M. Palmer, New 

York ; 1877 : 677, Jan. 17. 4539 

Bond (The) invisible; by C. Nillson and G. F. 
Holden. 80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11. 1910: D: 22266; Carlotta Nill- 
son and Grace F. Holden, United States. 4540 

Bond (The) of earth; elfln drama in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by G. Richardson. 53 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 13. 1915; D: 41729; Grace Rich- 
ardson, New York. 4540a 

Bond (The) of fraud. See Destiny. 

Bond (The) of friendship; a story of the late 
war, a drama in 4 acts, by C. R. Gardiner. 

© C. R. Gardiner, Noroton Corners. 
[Conn.] ; 1883: 13749, July 26. 4541 

Bondad (La) en el engaiio; comedia en 1 acto y 
en prosa, original de .L Frances. Madrid, So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles, 1909. 22 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16263 ; 
Jose Frances, Madrid. 4542 

Bondage (The) in Egypt. See Moses. 

Bondage (The) of dishonor; a play in 1 act, by 
M. F. Essig. f. Typewritten. 

© Montgomery F. Essig, Nashville; D: 
11115, Aug 5, 1907; 2c. Aug 5, 1907. 4543 

Bondage (The) of Kin Severne. See Spur 
(The) 

Bondhill (The) boy. 

© Pauline Phelps and Marion Short, New 
York ; D : 13609, July 29, 1908. 4544 



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4545 



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4564 



Bondman (The); a drama, by H. Caine. Lon- 
don, Printed for private use only [Ballantyne 
& CO., ltd.] 1906. xvi, 240 p. 12°. 

© Hall Caine, Great Britain; D : 9111, 
Sept. 19, 1906; 2c. Sept. 20, 1906. 4545 

new drama, by T. H. Gleuney. 

© T. H. Glenney, New York; 1890:10531, 
Mar. 31. 4546 

Bonds; a drama of American life in 5 acts, by 
E. Spencer. 

© Edward Spencer, Randallstown, Md. ; 
1871:2947, Apr. 4. 4547 

Bonds and vagabonds; a melodrama in a pro- 
logue and acts, [by] Lee Paul. 

© James Totton Dalrymple, Trenton, N. J. ; 
1889:28113, Oct. 31; 2c. Dec. 31. 4548 

or. Her father's crime, a comedy drama 

in 4 acts and 6 scenes, by B. B. Million. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© James Totton Dalrymple, Mount Holly, 
N. J. ; D : 4699, Mar. S, 1904 ; 2c. Mar. 16, 1904. 

4549 

Bonds (The) of a millionaire; an American 
play in 4 acts, by B. P. Lorny. 

© Rozario Du Tailly, Cleveland; D : 13384, 
July 21, 1908. 4550 

[Bondsman's (A) dream in America; drama in 

1 act. by Tj. S. Churicb, under tbe direction 
of V. Radajevicb] 

BoKeJBeB can y AiwepiinK. CjinKa y je;i;H()M ^iih y. 
Hanncao JIasap Chmob Hyianh. 3a no30pHnn;y 
y^ecHO BeJbKO Pa/i,ojeBHh. Y Can <DpaHn;HCKy, 

1904. 20 p. 24°. 
© L. S. Churicb and V. Radajevicb, San 

Francisco: D : 4838, Mar. 9, 1904; 2c. Mar. 9, 

1904. 4551 

Bonduca. ^ee Masterpieces of the English 
drama: Beaumont and Fletcher. 

Bondwoman (The); drama in 4 acts, by O. S. 
Adelman and Stanley Wood. [3], 51 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1913; D: 33900; Cbas. S. 
Adelman, Chicago. 4552 

a romantic piny in 4 acts, by M. E. Ryan 

and C. Dempsey. 

© Marah Ellis Ryan, Jumonville, Pa., and 
Clifford Dempsey, Chicago ; 1898 : 59278, Oct. 8. 

4553 

Bone (A) of contention; a 1 act play, by E. 
Kirk [pseud, of Eleanor Maria Easterbrook 
Ames] 

© Eleanor Kirk, Brooklyn; D : 3208, Mar. 
28, 1903. 4554 

Bones at a raffle; an Etbiopian eccentricity in 

2 scenes. New York, Happy hours company. 

© Happy hours co.. New York; 1875:7653, 

4555 



Bones (The) of our ancestors; dramatized from 
Constance Fennlmore Woolson's novelette, by 
E. H. Piatt. 11 p. 12°. Printed. 

© May 6, 1915; 2c. May 14, 1915; D: 40646; 
Elsie Hawley Piatt, Port Huron, Mich. 4555a 

Bonheur (Le); comedie en 3 actes, par A. Gui- 
non. 32 p. (L'lllustration tbeatrale, 7* annee 
195, 9 decembre 1911) 

• © Dec. 9. 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 22, 1911 ; D : 28059 ; 
AlLert Guinon, Paris. 4556 

Bonheur (Le) d'en face; piece en 2 actes, par 
M. Desvallieres et H. Delorme. Paris, Li- 
bra irie tbeatrale, 1906. 83 p. 12°. 

© Maurice Desvallieres et Hugues Delorme, 
Paris ; D : 8109. Mar. 9, 1906 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1906. 

4557 

Bonheur (Le) de Jacqueline; comedie en 4 actes, 
par P. Ga vault. Paris, P.-V. Stock, 1908. 189 
p. 12°. 

© Paul Gavault, Paris; D : 12844. Apr. 27, 
1908; 2c. Apr. 27, 1908. 4558 

Bonheur (Le) mesdames! comedie en 4 actes, 
de F. de Croisset [pseud, of Francis Wiener] 
SS p. 4°. Printed. 

© Francis de Croisset, Paris: D: 7603, Nov. 
2.3, 1905; 2c. Nov. 23, 1905. 4559 

Bonheur (Le) sous la main; comedie en 3 actes, 
par P. Gavault. (L'lllustration tbeatrale, 8° 
annee-206, 9 mars 1912) 

© Mar. 9. 1912 ; 2c. Mar. 23, 1912 ; D : 29133 ; 
Paul Gavault, Paris. 4560 

Bonheur (Le) volant; operette en 2 actes, de 
L. Xanrof [pseud, of Leon Fourneau] et ]\I. 
de Marsan. 131 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 8, 1912 ; D ; 31344 ; Leon Xanrof 
and M. de Marsan, Paris. 4561 

Bonhomme (Le) de neige; conte feerique en 
20 tableaux lumineux, de Ben.iamin Rabier, 
musique de J. Vieu. Paris, M. Vieu & J. 
Vieu. 1910. 24 p. 12°. 

© June 11, 1910 ; 2c. June 6, 1910 ; D : 21268 ; 
Maurice Vieu et Jane Vieu. Paris. 4562 

Boniche (La); vaudeville en 3 actes, de H. 
Moreau et M. Sonal [pseud, of Georges 
Lanos] [231] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 29. 1911; D: 24342; Henry 
Moreau & Marc Sonal, Paris. 4563 



Boniface (A) of Broom Falls, 
den's daughter. 



See John Bor- 



July 22 : 2c. July 28. 



Bonillo; play in 3 acts, by B. Border. [56] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 8, 1910: D: 21754: Bartlett Bor- 
der. San Francisco. 4564 



214 



4565 



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4584 



Bonita; comic opera, by Wadham Peacock, mu- 
sic by Harold Fraser-Simson. London, Keith, 
Prowse & CO., ltd., 1911. 24 p. 8". 

© Oct. 5, 1911 ; 2c. Oct. 6, 1911 ; D : 25411 ; 
Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., London. 4565 

Portuguese comic opera in a prologue and 



2 acts, written by W. Peacock, composed by 
H. Fraser-Simson. [77] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1911; D: 25619; Wadham 
Peacock and Harold Fraser-Simson, London. 

4566 

Bonito; a drama in 3 acts, by G. H. Trader. 

© George H. Trader. Oakland, Cal. ; 1896: 
58115, Oct. 22. 4567 

Bonne (La). 

© Fanny Beckwith Rae. Cleveland; D: 
3502. May 20, 1903. 4568 

Bonne (La) a faire; fantaisie en 1 acte, par 
Moriss. Paris, C. Joubert, 1912. 27 p. 8". 

© Dec. 28. 1912 ; 2c. Jan. 21, 1913 ; D : 32022 : 
Joubert. Paris. 4569 

Bonne (La) conduite. See Employe (L') du 
gaz. 

Bonne (La) gifle; sketch en 1 acte, par Garofalo 
& Dlaverdet. Paris. C. Joubert. 1911. 15 p. 
8°. 

© Dec. 28, 1911 ; 2c. Jan. 23, 1912 ; D : 28395 ; 
Joubert, Paris. 4570 

Bonne (La) hoteliere; eomedie en 1 acte, par 
Yves aiirande et Henri Geroule. Paris, C. 
Joubert. 1906. 30 p. 12". 

© Celestin Joubert, Paris; D : 8685, June 
12. 1906; 2c. June 12, 1906. 4571 

Bonne (La) intention; eomedie en 2 actes, par 
F. de Croisset Fpseud. of Francis Wiener] 89 
p. 8°. Printed. 

© Francis de Croisset. Paris; D : 6188, Feb. 
7, 1905; 2e. Feb. 7, 1905. 4572 

Bonne justice; drame en 1 acte [par] Bonis- 
Charaucle. Paris. G. Ondet, 1909. 27 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 28, 1909; 2c. Dec. 18, 1909; D: 
17739; G. Ondet, Paris. - 4573 

Bonne recompense; vaudeville en 1 acte, de 
Felix Galipaux et Paul Bonhomme. Paris. C. 
Joubert, 1911. 32 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 20, 1911: 2c. Dec. 26, 1911: D: 
28086: Joubert, Paris. 4574 

See also On frappe les trois coups. 

Bonnet (The) conspirators; romantic comedy 
in 4 acts, by V. A. Simpson. 75 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 13, 1909; D: 16228; Violet A. 
Simpson. London. 4575 



Bonnie; comedy in 3 acts, by M. Thompson. 
105 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 3, 1915; D : 40541 ; Maravene 
Thompson. Boston. 4575a 

Bonnie Annie Laurie; comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by W. V. Mong. 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 29, 1914 ; D : 37162 ; William V. 
Mong, Chambersburg, Pa. 4575b 

a dramatic composition in 3 acts. 88 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Addison Burkhart and Aaron S. Hoff- 
man. Chicago : D : 4550, Jan. 25, 1904 ; 2c. Jan. 
25, 1904. ^ 4576 

a play in 4 acts, by Miron Leffingwell. [81] 

p. 4°. TjiDewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1909 ; D : 16563 ; Jack Bessey. 
Davenport, la. 4577 

Scotch plav in 3 acts, bv H. M. Barnes. 

[76] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 17, 1914; D: 37335; Howard 
Mclvent Barnes, Chicago. 4577a 

Bonnie blue bell; a comedv in 4 acts, by Mrs. 
G. Goldthwaite. 

© Mrs. Geo. Goldthwaite. Leadville, Col.; 
1891:40421, Nov. 10. 4578 

Bonnie (The) brier bush; play in 4 acts, drama- 
tized from the stories of lanMacLaren [pseud, 
of John Watson] by James MacArthur. re- 
written and elaborated by Augustus Thomas. 
145 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Kirke La Shelle. New York ; D : 791, Aug. 
23, 1901 : 2c. Aug. 23. 1901. 4579 

Bonnie Dundee; play in 1 act, by Frank Rich- 
ardson. New York, S. French; London. S. 
French, ltd.. 1910. 28 p. 4°. 

© Dec. 31, 1910 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1911 ; D : 22984 ; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 4580 

Bonnie (The) English, rose; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by A . O. Powers. 38 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Annie Orr Powers, Brookline, Mass. ; D : 
13244. June 25. 1908; 2c. June 15, 1908. 4581 

Bonnie o' the heather; play in 4 acts, by C. 
Senour. [3], 90 p. 4°. Tjqiewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 12, 1914: D : 37831 ; Mrs. Caro 
Senour. Los Angeles. 4581a 

Bonnie Prince Charlie; a play in 3 acts. 

© iMarguerite Merington, New York ; 1897 : 
12791, Feb. 20. 4582 

Bonnie Scotland; a picturesque, romantic sing- 
ing play in 4 acts, by S. R. Ellis. 

© Sidney R. Ellis. New York : 1895 : 11234. 
Feb. 25. 4583 

Bonny Lorna Doone; romantic drama in 4 acts, 
by W. Holcomb. [117] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 13, 1911 : D : 24682 ; Willard Hol- 
pomb, Washington. 4584 



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4585 



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4607 



Boob (The); American play of to-day in 5 acts, 
by S. Bruce. 5 v. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1913; D: 34123; Stanley 
Bruce, Los Angeles. 4585 

1 act farce comedy, by J. F. Villasana. 

12 p. f. Tniewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 12. 1915 ; D : 40G22 ; Juan Francis 
Villasana, New York. 4586 

Boob (A) burglar; farce playlet, by E. L. Cope- 
land. [3], G p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31. 1913; D: 33374; Edwin L. 
Copeland, Wichita. 4587 

Boobah (The); a comic opera in 2 acts, by I. B. 
Goodrich, jr. 38 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ira B. Goodrich, Boston; D : 33S7, TMay 
6, 1903 ; 2c. May 12, 1903. 4587a 

Boob's (The) proposal. See Perseverance. 

Booby (The); a comedy drama in 4 acts, by F. 
I. Frayne. New York, A. S. Seer's theatrical 
print, 1SS9. 

© Frank I. Frayne, New York ; 1889 : 2032.5, 
Aug. 29. 4588 

Boodle (The); by J. Connor Roach. 

© Harry C. Kennedy, New York; ISSO: 
14102, June 19. 4589 

a comedy of American modern life in 5 acts, 

by J. Bonner. 

© John Bonner, San Francisco; 1888: linon, 
Apr. 20 ; 2c. Apr. 9. 4590 



political fantasy in 3 acts, by P. M. Potter. 

© Paul M. Potter, New York; 1890:11930, 
Apr. 11. 4591 

Boodler (The); a drama in 4 acts, with original 
songs, by T. P. O'Connor. 

© T. P. O'Connor, Chicago; 1895:44.519, 
Aug. 31. 4592 

Boodlers (The); a 4 act drama, by S. S. Seihert. 

© S. S. Seibert, Ft. Smith, Ark.; D:124.-.3, 

Feb. 14, 1908. 4593 

Boodlers (The) of America; by Hamilton and 
Goggin. 

© Hamilton and Goggin, United States; 
1887:24498, Sept. 24. 4594 

Boofums; trials of a first born in 1 wail, by G. H. 
Trader. [1], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3. 1914 : D : 35S97 ; George Henry 
Trader, Fort Wadsworth, N. Y. 4594a 

Boogaboo (The); a spectacular extravaganza, by 
L. .7. Carter. 

© Lincolr: ' Carter, Chicago; 1898:71072, 
Dec. 9. 4595 



Book agent; by G. Horton and II. K. Gardiner. 
© George Ilorton and Ruth Kimball Gardi- 
ner, Washington : D : 5549, Sept. 20, 1904. 

4596 

comedy, by F. Dumont. 

© Frank Dumont, New York ; 1882 : 5845, 
Apr. 13. 4597 

— ^comedy in 1 act, by M. E. Pesnel. [2], 15 
p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 27, 1913; D: 34254; Maximilian 
Edwin Pesnel, East Orange, N. J. 4598 

comedy sketch, by Lieut. W. A. Austin, 

U. S. A. 11 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Wm. A. Austin, Leavenworth, Kan. ; D : 
14827, Jan. 16, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 10, 1909. 4599 

a farce in 1 act, by Louis A. La Shire. 

Clvde. O., Ames' publishing co., 1908. 10 
p.' 12"*. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; D : 12718, Apr. 



10, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 10, 1908. 



4600 



monologue, by B. B. Hayward. Type- 
written. 

© Beatrice B. Hayward, Wayland, Mass.; 

1898 : 64371, Nov. 2 ; 2c. Nov. 3. 4601 

a play in 4 acts, by L. Karr. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Louise Karr, New York; D : 9028, Aug. 
23, 1906; 2c. Aug. 23, 1906. 4602 

Book agent and the vocal teacher; by N. J. 
La Vigne. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 17, 1910; D: 17957; Noe J. La 
Vigne, New York. 4603 

Book-canvasser (The); acting humorous mono- 
logue for women, by Stanley Schell. [New 
York, E. S. Werner & company. 19141 p. 
53-60. 12°. (On cover: Stanley Schell's 
sketches) 

© Mar. 21, 1914; 2c. Mar. 30. 1914; A: 
372083; Edgar Schell Werner, New York. 

4603a 

Book-maker (The); dramatic composition, by 
James William Pigott. 

© Edward Michael, New York ; 1889 : 10501, 
Apr. 3. 4604 

farce in 3 acts, by C. A. Fehlberg. Type- 



written. 

© Charles Albert Fehlberg, Providence. 
R. I. ; 1895 : 41295, Aug. 13 ; Ic. Aug. 15. 4605 

Book-maker's shoes; play in 1 act, by E. K. 
Mitchell. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Earle K. Mitchell, New York; D:9641, 
Dec. 14, 1906; 2c. Dec. 14, 1906. 4606 

Book no. 7; by E. Daele. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1910; D: 21511; Ernest Dnele, 
New York. 4607 



216 



4608 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



4627 



Book (The) of fools; or, Ezra's way, play in 1 
act. by H. McAllister. [1], 20 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 3, 1914; D:3772G; Hall McAl- 
lister, Wasliington. 4608 

Book (The) of Judith; modern romance in 4 
acts, by J. M. Patterson. 4 v. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 7, 1914; D:3G963; Joseph Me- 
dill Patterson, Chicago. 4609 

Book (The) of Portia; or, Garden of Eden, a 
drama in 2 acts, by E. J. Joseph. Published 
by the author, 1S90. 

© E. J. Berryman, Oakland, Cal. ; 1S90: 
4273, Feb. 3. 4610 

Book of the Irish historic pageant; episodes 
from the Irish pageant series, An Dbord 
Fbiann, by A. T. Craig. [Produced under the 
auspices of the American committee of tbe 
Gaelic league of Ireland. New York, May 7 & 
8, 1913] [New York, 1913] 5G p. 8°. 

© May 7, 1913 ; 2c. May 12, 1913; D : 33195 : 
Anna Tliroop Craig, New York. 4611 

Bookies (The); by F. D. Sullivan. 

© Francis Dennis Sullivan, Charlestown, 
Mass. ; D : 5202. June 18, 1904. 4612 

Booking (The) agent; a vaudeville hit in 1 act, 
bv Harry L. Newton. Chicago, H. L. Newton 
pub. CO.,' 1902. 8 p. 12°. 

© Harry L. Newton pub. co., Chicago; D: 
2597, Nov. 1, 1902; 2c. Nov. 1, 1902. 4613 

Booking (A) agent for one hour; by S. La 
Follette. [o] p. f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1911; D:24S90; Sumner La 
Follette, Chicago. 4614 

Bookland; a play with music, in 2 acts, by A. 
Burkbnrdt and Edgar Allen Wolff. 46 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 16, 1910; D: 20208; Addison 
Burkhardt, New York. 4615 

Books; by P. Troup and H. L. Tighe. 19 p. f. 
Typewritten. 

© Philip Troup and Harry L. Tighe, New 
Haven; D : 1452G, Dee. 12, 1908; 2c. Dec. 12, 
1908. 4616 

■a comedy, by Olive Logan and W. Sikes. 



© Wirt Sikes, New York; 1872:7025, July 
17. 4617 

a 1 act farce, by P. Troup. 15 p. f". 



Bookworms (The); a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 

by A. P. Campbell. [89] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1910; D: 21793; Alan Patrick 

Campbell, Chicago. 4620 

Boom (A) in matrimony; a musical comedy in 
3 acts, by J. F. Berry and J. H. Snyder. 

© J. F. Berry, New York ; 1887 : 23SS1, Sept. 
20. 4621 

Boom (The) in Pumpkinville; comedy In 4 
acts, by M. Evans. 50 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1. 1915; D : 39549 ; Manfnrd 
Evans, Thompson, la. 4621a 

Boomaladdy (The); a military musical comedy 
in 3 acts, by W. Osgood. 

© Whitman Osgood, Washington; 1892: 
30631, July 22. 4622 

Boomer (The); farce comedy in 3 acts, by D. 
Packard. 

© Dan Packard, New York; 1890:35372, 
Nov. 10. 4623 

Boomerang (The); comedy in 3 acts, by W. 
Smith and V. Mapes. New York, Samuel 
French; London, Samuel French, ltd, 1915. 
96 p. 12». 

© Apr. 8. 1915; 2c. Apr. 9, 1915; D: 40311; 
Winchell Smith, Farmington, Conn., and Vic- 
tor Mapes, Short Hills, N. J. 4623a 

dramatic composition, by A. E. Krows. 81 

p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 7. 1910; D: 20982; Arthur Edwin 
Krows, New York. 4624 

—. — farce comedy in 3 acts, by Arthur L. Col- 
lins. 44 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1915; D: 41004; R. C. Smith, 
Bedford, O. 4624a 

a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by F. B. Dever- 

eux and J. C. Ver Plank. 

© Francis Bohun Devereux and J. Camp- 
bell Yer Plank, Salem, Mass.; 1880:139-10, 
Sept. 13. 4625 

1 act play, by M. E. Pesnel. 9 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 3. 1910: D: 21730; Maximilian 
Edwin Pesnel, Brooklyn. 4626 

•original department store play in 4 acts. 



Typewritten. 

© Philip Troup, West Haven. Conn. ; D : 
14214. Nov. 5, 1908; 2c. Nov. 5, 1908. 4618 

Bookworm; by Mary d'Este and Donald Rob- 
ertson. 

© Mrs. Solomon Sturges, Chicago ; D : 9759, 
Jan. 7, 1907. 4619 



by D. Turets. [140] p. f°. T.vpewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D:382G2; Dnvfd 
Turets, Pittsburgh. 4626a 

•play in 5 acts, by A. W. Kennedy. [3], 46 



p. 4°. Typewritten 

© Ic. Aug. 6. 1914 : D : 37770; Adeline Whit- 
ing Kennedy, Boise, Id. 4026b 

■ play in 4 acts, by E. Gerberding 



© Elizabeth Gerberding, San Francisco; 
1896 : 67410, Dec. 11. 4627 



217 



4628 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



4645 



Boomerang (The) — Continued. 

play in 4 acts, by F. Truesdell. [183] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1911; D : 23161 ; Frederick 
Truesdell, Washington. 4628 

play in 1 act, by Erich Brandeis. [3], 8 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1914 ; D : 37662 ; Erich Albert 
Brandeis, Oakland, Cal. 4628a 

by W. Holloway. [2], 27 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1912 ; D : 28851 ; William Hol- 
loway, New York. 4629 

— social drama in 4 acts, by D. N. Rubin. 
[144] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1914; D: 36948; Daniel 



Nathan Rubin, Birmingham, Ala. 



4629a 



— vaudeville sketch, by R. E. Graham. 34 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1913; D: 32985; Robert E. 
Graham, Philadelphia. 4630 

— See also Undertow. 



Boomerladdy (The); a musical military farce- 
comedy, by W. Osgood. Typewritten. 

© Whitman Ossood, Washington; 1892: 
8956, Feb. 26; 2c. July 22. 4631 

Boomers (The); a musical farce in 3 acts, by 
F. J. Merritt. 

© Frank J. Merritt and Mark Davis, De- 
troit ; 1897 : 65267, Nov. 23. 4632 

the opening and settling of the Cherokee 

strip, a claim contest. 

© Marv Isabella Hassin, Blackburn, Okl. ; 
1896:8152, Feb. 3. 4633 

Booming (A) city; 3 act farce comedy, by Leslie 
and White. 

© Leslie and White, United States; 1896: 
59458. Oct. 29. 4634 

Booming (A) town; 3 act musical farce comedy, 
by B. Leslie and C. E. White. 

© Bert Leslie and Clayton E. White, Oak- 
land, N. Y. ; 1896 : 4664. Jan. 16. 4635 

Boor (The) ; comedy in 1 act, by Anton Tchekoff, 
tr. by Hilmar Baukhage. New York, S. 
French; Loudon, Samuel French, ltd. [1915] 
2 p. 1., 20 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 31, 1915 ; 2c. Apr. 1, 1915 ; D : 40287 ; 
Barrett H. Clark, Chicago. 4635a 

Booster (The) club of Blackville; a colored 
comedy concoction, by Harry L. Newton. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison, 1007. 15 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison. Chicago; D : 11359, Sept. 
16. 1907: 2c. Oct. 25. 1907. 4636 



Boot-black and dopey messenger; comedy 
sketch, by A. J. Kuntz. 6 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 27, 1913 ; D : 35480 ; Anthony J. 
Kuntz, New York. 4637 

Boot-blacks (The); or. The would-be actors, 
drama in 3 acts, by W. A. Carr. 

© W. A. Carr, New York; 1874:4392, Apr. 
2. 4638 

Booties' baby; a society drama in a prologue 
and 2 acts, by F. H. Gassaway. 

© Frank Hnrrison Gassaway, San Fran- 
cisco; 1886:12640, May 29. 4639 

See also Scarlet (The) lancers. 

Bootless; tragedy in 1 act, by C. S. Wayne 
[Horace Hazeltine, pseud.] [1], 12 p. 4°. 
TjTpewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1913; D : 35295 ; Charles 
Stokes Wayne, Point Pleasant, N. J. 4640 

Boots and saddles; an American play, by E. 
Walter. 

© Eugene Walter, New York; D : 15968, 
May 28, 1909. 4641 
a drama in 4 acts, by A. Perry. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Albert Perry, Mamaroneck, N. Y, ; D : 
12757, Apr. 16, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 16, 1908. 4642 

a play in 4 acts, by A. H. Vesey. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Arthur Henry Vesey, Stockbridge, Mass. ; 
D : 11929, Dec. 17, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 17, 1907. 

4643 
by E. Walter. 145 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Apr. 10. 1915; D: 40325; Eugene Wal- 
ter, New York. 4643a 
Boozefighter (The); play in 1 act, by M. Stew- 
art. [2], 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 4, 1914 ; D : 37222 ; Melville Stew- 
art, New York. 4643b 

Bo-Peep; a musical extravaganza in 3 acts, by 
G. Bowles. Typewritten. 

© George Bowles, New York; 1896:42765, 
July 24 : 2c. Aug. 11. 4644 

Bo-Peep's Christmas party; Mother Goose play, 
by Elizabeth F. Guptill. Franklin, O., El- 
dridge entertainment house. 13 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1914 ; D : 39154 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, Franklin, O. 

4644a 

Border (The); comedy in 3 acts, by H. McAl- 
lister. [116] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 31, 1914; D: 35864; Hall Mc- 
Allister, Washington. . 4644b 

Border belles; or. The tender passion in a 
tough place, comic opera. 

© Fred J. Thomas, United States; 1882: 
9455. June 8; 2c. June 8. 4645 



218 



4646 



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4666 



Border (The) eagle; or, Countess Vassalis, by 
Mrs. E. N. Morgan. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Edmund Nash Morgan, Cleveland; 
D : 755, Aug. 14, 1901 ; 2c. Aug. 14, 1901. 

4646 

Border life in Nevada. See Flag-, the claw 
witch. 

Border (The) orphan. See Ellie Laura. 

Border ruflSans; tale of the western border, 
sketch in 1 scene, by J. W. E. Allen. 30 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1909 ; D : 17535 ; Joseph W. E. 
Allen, San Francisco. 4647 

Border-side; a comedy in 4 acts, by E. F. Riggs. 

© E. F. Riggs, New York ; 1894 : 37S46, Aug. 

14. 4648 

Borderland (The); by H. Saint-Gaudens. [113] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Homer Saint-Gaudens, Windsor, Vt. ; D : 
13817, Sept. 17, 190S ; 2c. Sept. 17, 1908. 4649 

drama in 4 acts, by G. Gibson. 134 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4. 1915 ; D : 41417 : Gerolt Gibson, 
New York. 4649a 

a 1 act playlet, by Persis D. Hannah and 

P. Waitt. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Paul Waitt. Boston ; D : 15939, May 24, 
1909; 2c. May 24, 1909. 4650 

• an original drama in 3 acts, by Charles 

Townsend. New York, The De Witt publish- 
ing house. 

© R. H. Russell & son, New York; 1S89 : 
38487, Dec. 17; 2c. Dec. 18. 4651 



play in 1 act, by G. B. Murdock. [4], 11 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1913 ; D : 35174 : Gilbert Ed- 
ward Murdock, Los Angeles. 4652 

Borderlands and thoroughfares; by Wilfrid 
Wilson Gibson. New York. The Macmillan 
company, 1914. x p., 1 1., 195 p. 12". 

Dramatic contents : The queen's crags. — 
Bloodybush edge.— Hoops. 

© Sept. 28, 1914; 2c. Sept. 29, 1914; A: 
379723; Macmillan co.. New York. 4652a 

Bordynkafi; obraxek z Chicagske plzne ze 
stejno.imeneho romHnu F. §kalouda, upravil R. 
Jaromir P.senka. Chicago, 111., A. Geringer 
[1911] 111 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 21. 1911; 2c. Jan. 11, 1912: D: 
28961 : August Geringer, Chicago. 4653 

ve frasku o 3 jedmlnich upravil R. 

Jaromir Psenka. 

© August Geringer, Chicago : D : 12182, Jan. 
16. 1908. 4654 



Boreas; by Jerome Ravel and I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1887:28000, 
Oct. 29. 4655 

Boring for gas; by W. S. Filley. 

© W. S. Filley, Montpelier, O.; 1888:9082, 
.Mar. 29. 4656 

Boids Godounov; musical drama in 3 acts, Eng- 
lish tr. by C. T. Mason and Antonio Calpin, 
music bv M. Moussorgsky. New York, Fred. 
Kullman, inc., 1911. 51 p. 4°. [Italian-Eng- 
lish] 

© Nov. 15, 1911; 2c. Nov. 15, 1911; D: 
25759; Fred. Rullman, inc.; New York. 4657 

Boris Godunov; opera o 4 dgjstvlch s prologem, 
od M. Musorgskeho, text die Puskina a Karam- 
zina, z ru.stiny pfelozil Rudolf Zamrzla. 
Petrograd, Moskva, W. Bessel a spol [1909] 
63 p. 12°. 

© July 1, 1909 ; 2c. July 21, 1909 ; D : 16304 ; 
W. Bessel & co., Leipzig. 4658 

Borleywax; or, "Which is which? a comedy in 
3 acts, founded on Vice versa ; or, A lesson 
to fathers, by T. Bentley. 

© Thomas Bentley, Brooklyn; 1883:10179, 
June 5; 2c. June 21. 4659 

Born again; fantastic comedy in 4 acts, by A. 
Wynne. 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 28, 1913 ; D : 33087 ; Anna Wynne, 
New York. 4660 

modern play in 3 acts, by A. P. Henderson. 

[55] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. acts 1-2, Feb. 26, 1912, act 3, Apr. 16, 
1912 ; D : 29382 ; Alice Palmer Henderson, Ta- 
coma. 4661 

Born (A) Bohemian; an original 4 act comedy- 
drama, by S. Teuton. 

© Stella Teuton, New York; 1891:32685, 
Sept. 12 ; 2c. July 6, 1892. 4662 

Born (A) fool; an entirely original comedy in 4 
acts, by F. H. Mead and T. D. Beasley. Type- 
written. 

© F. H. Mead and T. D. Beasley, San Diego, 
Cal. ; 1896 : 21447, Apr. 6 ; 2c. Apr. 15. 4663 

Born in prison. 

© A. H. Woods, New York ; D : 2357, Sept. 
20, 1902. 4664 

Born in the blood; a romance of southern Cali- 
fornia. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Augustine Snow, Somerville, 
Mass.; D : 1757, Apr. 18, 1902; 2c. Apr. 18, 
1902. 4665 

Born (A) nurse; duologue, by Blanche Wills 
Chandler. New York. Eduard Schuberth & 
CO., 1908. 10 p. 8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London; D : 13807, 
Sept. 15, 1908; 2c. Sept. 15, 1908. 4666 



219 



4667 



DEAMATIO COMPOSITIONS 



4686 



Born rich and lost in poverty. Sec Bosa. 

Boro' (A) bench; libretto of an original operetta 

in 1 act, words and music by W. H. Breare. 

© Asa Bushby, Boston ; 1887 : 84S3, Apr. 7 ; 

2c. Apr. 11. 4667 

Borough (The) of Manhattan; musical comedy, 
by I. Witmark. 

© Isidore Witmark, New York; 1897: 5G^90, 
Oct. G. 4668 

operatic comedy, by I. Witmark. 

© Isidore Witmark, New York; 189S: 10819, 
Feb. 10; 2c. Feb. 10. 4669 

Borrasca (La); drama Hrico en 1 acto, dividido 
en 3 cuailros, en verso y prosa, libro de 
J. Royo de Le6n, mfisica del maestro Miguel 
Santonja. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles] 1908. 49 p. 8°. 

© Jos§ Rovo de Le6n, Madrid ; D : 14G79, 
Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 4670 

Borregos (Los); zarzuela en 1 acto, dividido en 
4 cuadros, en prosa, original de A. M. Viergol, 
mfisica del maestro Vicente Lle6. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1912. 41 p. 
12". 

© Dec. 5, 1912; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912; D: 31585; 
Antonio M. Viergol, Madrid. 4671 

Borrowed; a farcical comedy, by Ernest War- 
ren. 

© Ella Stockton, Washington ; 1SS5 : 27924, 
Dec. 30. 4672 

Borrowed (The) bugle; piny in 1 act, by M. E. 
Moore. 10 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 20, 1913 ; D : 33551 ; Marion E. 
Moore, Tompkinsville, N. Y. 4673 

Borrowed jB.nery; dramatic playlet in 1 act, by 
M. E. Younge. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 5. 1911 ; D : 24G35 ; M. Elizabeth 
Younge, New York. 4674 

Borrowed (A) honor; by W. H. Thomas. 

© W. Henry Thomas, Washington; 1898: 
3001G, May 14 ; 2c. May 16. 4675 

Borrowed (A) husband; a comedy in 3 scenes, 
by H. Levison. 

© Harry Levison, Cincinnati; lS95:4Gfi35, 
Sept. 13. 4676 

Borrowed (A) luncheon; by Helen Sherman 

Griffith. 
© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1899 : G6568, Oct. 

13; 2c. Oct. 21. 4677 

Borrowed money. See Bed-rock. 

Borrowed plumes; a 3 act comedy, from the 
French of M. Edmond Gondinet, tr. by M. L. 
Johnson. Printed by J. H. Alexander. 

© J. H. Alexander and Martha Lafitte 
Johnson, United States ; 1878 : 7G7G, July 1 ; 
2c, Aug. 6. 4678 



Borrowed till midnight; original comedy drama 
in 5 acts, by A. K. Cooley. 

© Alice Kingsbury Cooley, Alameda, Cal.; 
1898 : 54741, Sept. 19. 4679 

Borrowed (A) umbrella; a comedietta in 1 act, 
by Esther B. Tiffany. Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO., 1893. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
"24009, May 22; 2c. July 28. 4680 

Borrower (The); farcical comedy, by G. B. Seitz. 
[1581 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 13, 1912; D:28G74; George 
BrackPtt Seitz, Brookline, Mass. 4681 

Borrowing a bride; comedy in 1 act, by Robert 
B. Moran. 18 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 13, 1913; D: 35338; Rosalie 
Mohr, San Francisco. 4682 

Borrowing Mathilde; farce in 1 act, by Roland 
Oliver [pseud, of H. White] 29 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1914; D: 38940; Ilonry 
White, Sacramento, Cal. 4682a 

Borrowing trouble; a farce, by T. S. Denison. 
© T. S. Denison, Chicago; 1878:12818, Nov. 
7; 2c. Nov. 11. 4683 

Same. Chicago, T. S. Denison [190G] p. 

173-182. 12'. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago, in renewal for 
14 vears from Nov. 7. 1900; D : 9324, Oct. 26. 
1906; 2c. Oct. 26, 1906. 4684 

Borstal (The) boy; play in 1 act, by H. Fyfe. 
[1], 28 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June G, 1914; D: 37236; Hamilton 
Fyfe, Chelsea, London. 4684a 

Bo'sn's (The) bride; nautical yarn in 2 acts, 
book and lyrics by INLTude Elizabeth Inch, 
music by W. Rhys-Herbert. Book of words 
New York, J. Fischer & bro. 20 p. 4°. 

© Sept. 18, 1914; 2c. Dec. 21, 1914; D: 
39234 ; J. Fischer & bro.. New York. 4684b 

Bosom (The) friend of Bowser; or. Dollars and 
dimples, drama in 2 acts, by P. C. Rosar. 
[G7] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 23, 1914; D: 37116; Peter C. 
Rosar, Buffalo. 4684c 

Bosom friends; drama in 4 acts, by F. Mandel. 
[2] 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1911; D: 23833; Frank Man- 
del, New York. 4685 

an original play in 3 acts, by P. Mandel 

[141] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1913; D : 32441 ; Frank Man- 
del, New York. 4686 



220 



4687 



COPYEIGHTED IK THE UNITED STATES 



4712 



Boss (The); comedy dramntic sketch, by John 
T. Doyle, scenario by Charles Smith. [2], 
18 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 26, 1912; D: 30961; Marion 
Willard Doyle, Allston, Mass. 4687 

play in 4 acts, by E. B. Sheldon. [1], 160 

p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1911; D: 23037; Edward B. 
Sheldon, New York. 4688 

by G. F. Bragdon and W. C. F. Post- 

ance. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Guy Fletcher Bragdon, Boston, and 
W. Charles Frederick Postance, London ; 
D : 9854, Jan. 28, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 28, 1907. 4689 

play in 1 act, by P. Haight. [2], 16 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 21, 1913; D: 32736; Parker 
Haight, Kansas City, Mo. 4690 

or, Living for vengeance, an original sen- 



sational drama in a prologue and 3 acts, by 
W. H. Rightniire. 

© William H. Rightmire, New York; 1876: 
12485, Nov. 9. 4691 

Boss away; play in 3 acts, by E. L. Poor. 23 p. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 17, 1910; D: 17992; Edwin L. 
Poor, Oak Park, 111. 4692 

Boss Bart; a pastoral and metropolitan drama 
in 5 acts, by J. M. Chappie. 

© Joe Mitchell Chappie, Ashland, Wis.; 
1890:35180, June 15. 4693 

Boss of the house; Yankee character sketch, by 
C. C. Blauchard. 

© Charles C. Blanchard, New York; D: 
5168, June 11, 1904. 4694 

Boss (The) of the ward; by G. Ade. Type- 
written. 

© George Ade, Chicago; 1899:60506, Oct. 
13; 2c. Oct. 13. 4695 

Boss of Z ranch; drama in 3 acts, by Nelson 
Conipston. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 
1909. 59 p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Oct. 10. 1909; 2c. Nov. 1, 1909; D: 17243; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. " 4696 

Boston; a romantic historical burlesque in 3 
acts, by J. B. Clapp. 

© John Bouve Clapp, Boston; 1890:11365, 
Feb. 19. 4697 

Boston as it is; a drama in 4 acts, by W. A. 
Brady. 

© W^m. A. Brady, New York; 1890:11228, 
Feb. 18. 4698 

Boston (A) crank; a musical comedy in 3 
laughs, by J. E. McCann. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John Ernest McCann, New York; D: 
3601, June 26, 1903 ; 2c. June 26, 1903. 4699 



Boston (The) dip; a comedy in 1 act. Boston, 
G. M. Baker & co. 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1873:724, 
Jan. 25; 2c. Jan. 27. 4700 

Boston (The) drummer; a musical comedy in 
3 acts. 

© H. I. Leech, New York; 1892:27172, 
27173, June 29. 4701,4702 

a 3 act comedy, by F. W. Gerry. 

© Frederick W. Gerry, Boston ; 1893 : 57988, 
Dec. 29. 4703 

Boston (A) girl; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
K. Sprague. 

© Kate Sprague, Milford, Mass.; 1803: 
18209, Apr. 13. 4704 

Boston in 1776. See Paul Revere and the 
Sons of liberty. 

Boston (A) interview; or. The sailor doll, farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. L. King. 

© James L. King, Topeka, Kan.; 1802: 
8833, Feb. 26. 4705 

Boston (The) serenaders of Boston, Mass.; a 
farcical-lyric ensemble, by F. Miller, jr. 

© Fred. Miller, jr.. New York; 1899:31847, 
May 11. 4706 

Boston (The) statues; a drama, by T. F. Gaff- 
ney. 

© T. F. Gaffney, Elgin, 111.; 1894:16578, 
Mar. 24; 2c. July 8, 1895. 4707 

Same. 

© T. F. Gaffney, Elgin, 111.; 1895:35410, 
July 8. 4708 

Boston (The) tea-party; play in 1 act, by Alice 
Cook Fuller. Fraukliu, O., Eldridge enter- 
tainment house. 12 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 15. 1913; 2c. Dec. 26, 1913: D: 
35437; Eldridge entertainment house, Frank- 
lin, O. 4709 

See also Historical stories in dramatic 



form. 

Boston "Willamette; an original romantic drama 
of Oregonian life in '55, in 3 acts, by W. B. 
Fitzheury. 

© Walter E. Fitzhenry, Somerville, Mass.; 
1879 : 10487, Aug. 7. 4710 

Botany Bay; an original melodrama in 5 acts, 
by L. C. Tees. 

© Levin C. Tees, Philadelphia; 1881:779, 
Jan. 14. 4711 



in 3 acts, founded in part on Dickons' 

Great expectations, by L. C. Tees. Phila- 
delphia, The Penn pub. co., 1893. 

© Penn pub. co.. Philadelphia; 1893:33388, 
July 15 ; 2c. July 15. 4712 



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4735 



Boten (Die) seiner Eminenz; das spiel eines 
verliebten, von Felix Josky. Bei'lin, E. Bloch, 
1912. 64 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1913; D: 33452; Eduard 
Blocli, Berlin. 4713 

Both in the same boat; comedy iu 1 act, by 
Norman R. Field. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 31, 1910; D : 20071 ; Henry B. 
Toomer, Hattiesburg, Miss. 4714 

Both members of this club; play in 1 act, by 
Jack Barnette [i. e. J. \X. C. Baruette] 15 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1915; D : 39644 ; John Win- 
fred Currie Baruette, Roxboro, N. C. 4714a 

Both sides of the counter; comedy for one male 

and two females, by Frances Aymar Mathews. 

New York, E. S. Werner, 1907. 14 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner & co.. New York; D: 

11687, Nov. 7, 1907; 2c. Nov. 22, 1907. 4715 

Both sides of the curtain. See Our players. 

Both sides of the question. 14 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Celie Ellis, New York ; D : 4643, Feb. 23, 
1004; 2c. Feb. 15, 1904. 4716 

Bothwell; a tragedy in 5 acts, by J. T. Johns. 

© James Thomas Johns, Boston ; 1877 : 6879, 

Juue 11. 4717 

Boton de rosa; pasatiempo en 1 acto, original 
de M. Tlious, mlisica del maestro Luis Fog- 
lietti. Madrid [Sociedad deautoresespaiioles] 
1909. 30 p. 12°. 

© Nov. IS, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
174SS; Maximilian Thous, Madrid. 4718 

Bottle (The) imp; a comic opera in 2 acts, 
libretto by J. A. Gould. Typewritten. 

© John Alfred Gould, Boston; 1896:6744, 
Jan. 27; 2c. Feb. 4. 4719 

— - a drama in 5 acts, by Jas. A. Heme. 

© Katharine C. Heme, St. Louis; 1888: 
921, Jan. 9. 4720 

Bottle of germs; libretto for a 3 act musical 
farce, book and lyrics by A. N. C. Fowler. 59 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 12. 1910; D: 17916; A. N. C. 
Fowler, Glens Falls, N. Y. 4721 

Bottle (A) of ink; a burlesque comedy in 2 acts, 
by Geo. H. Jessop and Wm. Gill. 

© Jessop and Gill, United States; 1884: 
21143, Oct. 2. 4722 

Bottle (A) of poison; a farce, by Robert C. V. 
Meyers. 

© Lyceum pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1899 : 
78004, Oct. 27; 2c. Nov. 7. 4723 

Bottle (A) of sarsaparilla. See Powder-pufE 
(A) 



Bottle pool; play in 1 act. by S. J. Bell. [2], 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic Oct. 14, 1914; D: 38478; Stanley J. 
Bell, Oakland, Cal. 4723a 

Bottle 6-40-9; comedy in 1 act, by Will M. 
Cressy. [14] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1910; D: 22549; Frank Rae, 
New York. 4724 

Bottled up; or. The goal of intemperance, 

© William Bush, Chicago; 1870:2731, Oct. 
11; 2c. Dec. 4, 1872. 4725 

Bottom (The) of a well; 1 act playlet, by Albin 
P. Ingram. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1911; D: 25537; Anna Meek 
Bonner. Oak Park, 111. 4726 

Bottom (The) of the sea; a spectacular drama 
in 4 acts. 

© William W. Randall, New York; 1886: 
14887, June 29 ; 2c. July 8. 4727 

Bottom's dream; a comedy spectacular in 3 
acts, by W. I. A^'arner. 

© William Iverson Varner, Varner, Ark. ; 
1894 : 36040, Aug. 1. 4728 

• a Shakespearian perversion in 3 acts, by 

W. T. W. Ball and Walter Pelham. music by 
John J. Braham. 

© William T. W. Ball, Boston ; 1884 : 18741, 
Sept. 17. 4729 

Bouchal (The) bawn; an Irish drama in 4 acts, 
by M. J. Nerney. 

© M. J. Nerney, Green Island, N. Y. ; 1889 : 
20S10, July 5. 4730 

Bouchaleen; a sensational Irish drama in 4 
acts, by H. E. Walton. 

© Henry E. Walton and Paddy Murphy, 
United States; 1891:46620, Dec. 21. 4731 

Boucher (Le) (The butcher); original 1 act 
play, by M. C. Newhaus. 9 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1913 ; D : 32900 ; Marie Cross 
Newhaus, New York. 4732 

Bouderie; scenette en 1 acte, par M. Lecomte. 
New York, William R. Jenkins, 1892. 

© Maurice Lecomte, New York; 1892:8689. 
Feb. 25 ; 2c. Feb. 29. 4733 

BoufEons (Les); conte en 4 actes en vers, par 
M. ZauiacoTs. [Paris, Imp. de I'lllustration] 
1907. 2 p. 1., 94 p. 12°. 

© Miguel Zamacois, Paris ; D : 10037, Feb. 
28, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 28, 1907. 4734 

Bought; drama in 4 acts, by J. E. Warren. 
114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1910 ; D : 21522 ; John Ernest 
W\nrren, New York. 4735 



222 



4736 



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4758 



Bought and paid for; play in 4 acts, by G. H. 
Broadhnrst. 144 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 14, 1910; D : 22S0S ; George H. 
Broadhnrst, New York. 4736 

Bought and sold; farce comedy in 1 act, by E. 
O'Reilly. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 5, 1915; D: 40851; Emmet 
O'Reilly, New York. 4736a 

or, That's the long and short of it, a dra- 
matic composition in 4 acts, by R. G. Morris. 
© Robert Griffith Morris, New York ; 1872 : 
4675, May 6. 4737 

Bought (The) satisfaction; play in 4 acts, by H. 
Leclaire. [3], 176 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. P"eb. 21, 1912; D : 28791 ; Helene Le- 
claire, New York. 4738 

Boulder (The) and the bubble; or. The will 
and the way, comedv in 4 acts, by Charles 
Bradford. [58] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 4, 1912; D : 28217 ; Charles B. 
Bradford, Richmond Hill, N. Y. 4739 

Boule de neige (Snowball); opera bouffe in 3 
acts, words by [Charles] Nuitter [pseud, of 
C. L. E. Truinet] and [Etienne] Trefeu, mu- 
sic by Jacques Offenbach. 

© Frederic Delgado, Brooklyn ; 1872 : 1917, 
Feb. 28. 4740 

Bounced; an original and essentially American 
comic opera in 2 acts, by J. Magnus and H. 0. 
Banner, music by L. Lombard. 

© Julian Magnus, H. C. Bunner and Louis 
Lombard, United States; 1886:24430, Oct. 28. 

4741 

Bouncers (The); a comedy in 8 acts, by James 
Ward, 

© James T. O'Brien, Philadelphia; 1879: 
5913, May 2. 4742 

Bound; a romantic realistic drama in 4 acts, 
by J. B. Matthews. 

© J. Brander Matthews, New York; 1871: 
6121, June 27. 4743 

Bound and Free; two dramas, by Hugh Mann, 
Boston, R. G. Badger, 1905. 80 p. 12°. ^ 

© Richard G. Badger, Boston; D:5737, 
Nov. 7, 1904; 2c. Nov. 7, 1904. 4744 

Bound by an oath; a domestic drama in 4 acts 
and a proloiiue. by David Hill. Boston, "W. H. 
Baker & co., 1890. 

© D. W. Hildretb, United States; 1890: 
28377, Sept. 15; 2c. Jan. 2, 1891. 4745 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by Harry Shelton. 

© McGill & Shipman, Altoona, Pa. ; D : 456, 
May 11, 1901. 4746 

Bound by his oath. See His just reward. 



Bound forever; an original drama, by E. Hen- 
derson. New York, 1884. 

© Ettie Henderson, Long Branch, N. J. ; 
1884 : 20439, Oct. 10. 4747 

Bound (The) girl; a drama in 4 acts, by Smith 
Sutton Broome [pseud, of A. M. Smith] 

© Alice Maude Smith, Tacoma ; D : 163, 
Feb. 23, 1901. 4748 

Bound in honor. See Miller's (The) daughter. 

Bound out; an original comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by M. E. Ryan. 

© Ma rah Ellis Ryan, Baraboo, Wis. ; 1885 : 
7659, Apr. 1. ^ 4749 

Bound to occur; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Arthur. 

© Joseph Arthur, New York ; 1884 : 16691, 
Aug. 18. 4750 

Bound to see the girls. See Git thar, Eli. 

Bound to silence; a play in 4 acts, by A. H. 
Bailey. 60 p. t". Typewritten. 

© Allan H. Bailey, Indianapolis ; D : 1340, 
Jan. 23, 1902; 2c. Feb. 17, 1902. 4751 

Bound to succeed; a drama in 4 acts. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, United States; 1880: 
1243. Jan. 21. 4752 

Bound to the past; drama in 3 acts, by Bert 
Aldane [pseud, of I. Badanes] [83] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1914 ; D : 36462 ; Ida Badanes, 
New York. 4752a 

Bound to win; a melodrama in 4 acts, by A. J. 
Warren. 

© Albert J. Warren, New York; 18S6 : 
15805, July 12. 4753 

an original play, by Frank Rogers. 

© Blanche Selwyn and Ben Gilfoil, United 
States ; 1878 : 592, Jan. 11. 4754 

Boundary (The) line. 

© Frank Galer, Staten Island, N. Y. ; 1892 : 
17S60, Apr. 25. 4755 

Boundary (The) rider; by Guy Boothby. Tyi)e- 

written. 

© Longley Taylor, New York ; D : 566, June 

11. 1901; 2c. June 11, 1901. 4756 

Bounders (The); a comedy in 1 act, by G. E. 

Crater, jr. 27 p. f. Typewritten. 

© George E. Crater, jr., Brooklyn ; D : 13570, 

Aug. 18, 1908; 2c. Aug. 18, 1908. 4757 

Bounding (The) fawn of the prairies. See Far 

(The) West. 

Bouquet (A); by Edith Wheeler. London, J. 
Williams, ltd. ; New York, Edward Schuberth 
& CO., 1907. 7 p. 12". 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London ; D : 11236, 
Aug. 27, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 27, 1907. 4758 



223 



475d 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



4778 



Bouquet (A) — Continued. 

a comedietta in 1 act, adapted from the 

French by J. A. Woodward. Boston, C. H. 

Spencer. (Spencer's universal stage, no. 54) 

© Charles H. Spencer, Boston; 1871:2070, 

Apr. 5 ; 2c. Apr. 5. 4759 

play in 4 acts, by E. Goldbeck. 73 p. f°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 16. 1911; D: 23371; Edward 
Goldbeck, New York. 4760 

Bouquet of rose spirits. See Short plays for 
small players. 

Bouquets and bombshells; a comedy in 4 acts, 
tr. and adapted by J. W. Shannon. 

© J. W. Shannon, United States; 187S : 
2484, Feb. 28. 4761 

Bourgeois (Le) aux champs; comedie en 3 
actes, de M. Brieux. 39 p. {In La petite 
illustration, no. 62, 9 mai 1914; serie-theatre 
no. 38) 

© May 9, 1914; Ic. June 3, 1914; 0:37204; 
M. Brieux, Paris. 4761a 

Bourgeois (Le) gentilhomme; com^die-ballet 
en 5 actes, par MoIitM'e, with profuse liistori- 
cal, philological, idiomatical and descriptive 
notes, by Scheie De Vere. Kew York, W. R. 
Jenkins,' 1889. 

© William R. Jenkins. New York; 1880: 
115G1, Apr. 12; 2c. June 20. 4762 

comedie-ballet par Moliere, ed. by Thomas 

Edward Oliver. Boston, New York [etc.] 
Ginn and company [1914; xxxv, 180 p. front, 
(port.) 12". 

© Jan. 22, 1914; 2c. Jan. 30. 1914; A: 
361779; Thomas Edward Oliver, Urbana. 111. 

4762a 



ed. with an introduction and notes, by 

M. Levi. . . New York, H. Holt and com- 
pany, 1910. xxvii, 175 p. 16". 

© July 8. 1910 ; 2c. July 11, 1910 ; A : 2GS245 ; 
Henry Holt & co.. New York. 4763 

— See also Merchant (The) gentleman. 



Bourgeon (Le); comedie en 3 actes, par G. 
Fevdeau. Pnris, Lihrairie theatrale, 1906. 
3 p. 1., [31-318 p. 12°. 

© Georges Fevdean, Paris; D : 9498, Nov. 19, 
1906; 2c. Oct. 15, 1900. 4764 

Bourse (La) ou la vie; pi&ce en 4 actes. par 
A. Capus. New York, V. Ciocia, 1900. cover- 
title, 74 p. 8°. 

© Alfred Capns, France; 1900 A: 30196, 
Dec. 14 ; 2c. Dec. 14. 4765 

See also Theatre complet; [de] Alfred 



Capus. 



Boute-en-train; comedie en 3 actes, [par] A. 
Athis. Paris, Librairie theatrale, 1908. [4], 
193 p. 12". 

© Alfred Athis, Paris; D : 14465, Dec. 7, 
1908; 2c. Dec. 7, 1908. 4766 

Bouton (Le) de Berdouillard; boiiffonnerie mili- 
taire en 1 acte. par Louis Bouvet et G. Arribat. 
Paris, C. Joubert, 1911. 31 p. 8". 

© Dec. 28, 1911; 2c. Jan. 23, 1912; D: 
28397 ; Joubert, Paris. 4767 

Boviander (The); play in 1 act, by Clara Hall 

Allan and Carolyn Hawkins Key. 16 p. f". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 24, 1914; D: 38303; C. H. Allan 

and C. H. Key, Detroit. 4767a 

Bow (The) legged pup; a farcical comedietta in 

1 act, by G. K. Warren. Typewritten. 

© Giles Reynolds Warren, Decatur, 111.; 
1895 : 1383, Jan. 3 ; Ic. Jan. 24. 4768 
Same. 

© Giles Reynolds Warren, United States; 
1895:4000, Jan. 14. 4769 

Bow (The) of orange ribbon. 

© Mrs. II. D. Pittman. St. Louis; D : 12428, 
Feb. 24. 1908. 4770 

[by] L. Mead. 

© Leon Mead, Binghamton, N. Y. ; 1809: 
50997, Aug. 8. 4771 

Bow Sing; opera in 3 scenes, libretto by C. 
Fleming, theme suggested by A. Voegtlin, mu- 
sic by M. Klein. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1911; D : 23440 ; Carroll 
Fleming, Arthur Voegtlin and Manuel Klein, 
New York. 4772 

Bowery (The); a 5 act sensational comedy- 
drama, by Eugene Thomas. 

© Thomas E. Shea, E. Cambridge, Mass.; 
1S92 : 40003, Oct. 8. 4773 

Bowery (The) after dark; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by A. H. Woods. 

© Albert H. Woods, New York ; 1899 : 10542, 
Feb. 4. 4774 

Bowery (The) after ten; an original comedy 
drama, by J. Walsh and E. Chrissie. 

© John Walsh and Ed. Chrissie, United 
States; 1895:14950, Mar. 15. 4775 

Bowery (A) baron. 

© Billy B. Van, Georges Mills, N. H. ; D: 
3444, May 16, 1903. 4776 

Bowery (The) boy; an American comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by J. D. Clifton. 

© Joseph D. Clifton, Brooklyn; 1897: 20212, 
Mar. 29. 4777 

an American comedy drama in 3 acts, by 

A. M. Miller, jr. 

© A. M. Miller, jr., United States; 1805: 
55942, Nov. 4. 4778 



224 



4779 



COPYEIGHTED IX THE UNITED STATES 



4804 



Bowery (The) boy — Coutinued. 

— — comedy-melodrama in 5 acts, by G. Ken- 
nington and T. W. Arthur. 

© George Kennington and T. W. Arthur, 
New York; 1895:66914, Dec. 31. 4779 

a local melodrama in 5 acts, by W. A. 

Brady. 

© Wm. A. Brady, New York ; 1895 : 63908, 
Dec. 17. 4780 

Bowery (The) boys; an American comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by A. M. Miller, jr. 

© Ambrose Marshall Miller, jr., New York ; 
1895 : 60495, Nov. 30. 4781 

Bowery (The) bud; by L. M. Meaney. 19 p. 4°. 
Tyi^ewritten. 

© Lottie Myrtle Meaney, Charlestown, 
Mass.; D : 11322, Sept. 10, 1907; 2c. Sept. 10, 
1907. 4782 

Bowery (A) burlesque; a dramatic composition, 
by Jules Hurtig. 

© Jules Hurtig, New York; 1897:66084, 
66085, Nov. 27. 4783, 4784 

Bowery (The) burlesquers; a dramatic compo- Bowery sports; comedy and burlesque in 3 acts, 
sition, by J. Hurtig. by J. B. Donovan. 

© Jules Hurtig, New York ; 1897 : 64902, © James B. Donovan, New York ; 1896 : 

Nov. 22. 4785 60741, Nov. 5. 4798 

Bowery (The) Caruso; playlet, by Max M. Si- Bowery (The) waif; a melodrama in prologue 



Bowery (The) masqueraders; a musical ex- 
travaganza in 1 act, by A. Davis. 

© Austin Davis, Boston ; D : 2596, Nov. 12, 
1902. 4793 

Bowery (The) newsgirl; comedy drama of N. Y. 
life in 4 acts, by Joseph Totten. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Riess & Totten. New York ; D : 6232, Feb. 
16, 1905; 2c. Feb. 16, 1905. 4794 

Bowery (The) night school; a vaudeville 
sketch, by John T. Mclntyre. Philadelphia, 
The Penn publishing company, 1906. 20 p. 
12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; D : 9274, Oct. 
19, 1906; 2c. Oct. 19, 1906. 4795 

Bowery (The) of New York; melodrama in 4 
acts, by Edward E. Rose. 

© Clara F. Rose, Marshfield Hills, Mass.; 
1897 : 7763, Jan. 28. 4796 

Bowery (The) pawnbroker; melodrama of New 
York life, by Joseph Totten. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Amer. amusement assn., Chicago ; D : 
5757, Nov. 11, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 11, 1904. 4797 



mou. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 28, 1913 ; D : 32121 ; Anna Simon. 
New York. 4786 

Bowery (A) girl; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, by 
Ada Lee Bascom. Typewritten. 

© Harry Williams, New York ; 1894 : 43902, 
Sept. 19; 2c. Nov. 21. 4787 

— a comedy-drama of New York life, by C. T. 
Vincent and W. A. Brady. Typewritten, 

© Charles T. Vincent and William A. 
Brady, New York; 1894:50773, Oct. 31: 2c. 
Dec. 3. 4788 

play in 1 act, by M. Cameron. 5 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3, 1912 ; D : 30732 ; Myrtle Cam- 
eron, St. Louis. 4789 

Bowery (The) girls; by J. Hurtig. 

© Jules Hurtig, New York; 1898:45008, 
July 28. 4790 

Bowery (The) king. 

© John T. Inman, Coney Island, N. Y. ; D : 
1921, May 19, 1902. 4791 

Bowery (The) maidens; by J. Hurtig. 

© Jules Hurtig, New York; 1898:45011. 
July 28. 4792 



and 4 acts and 7 scenes, by F. Whitman, f". 
Typewritten. 

© Frauklyn Whitman, San Francisco ; D : 
4537, Jan. 21, 1904 ; 2c. Jan. 21, 1904. 4799 

Bowery (The) widows; by J. Hurtig. 

© Jules Hurtig, New York; 1898:45006, 
July 28. 4800 

Bowl (A) of soup; an original curtain raiser, by 
Scott Marble. 

© A. H. Hart, United States ; 1892 : 30846, 
July 25. 4801 

Bowl- wearing (The) princess; 1 act play 
adapted from a legend told by ;\Ime. Ozaki in 
her book. Heroes of Japan, by M. Harris. 
[1], 11 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1913; D: 32623; Mable Har- 
ris, Seattle. 4802 

Bows and arrows; a comedy in 3 acts, by R. G. 
Morris, jr. 

© Robert GrifHn Morris, jr., New York: 
1880 : 7972, May 24. 4803 

Box K (The) ranch. See San Saba. 

Box no. 8; comedy in 3 acts, by T. M. Raulein. 
64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1911; D: 24108; Theodore 
M. Raulein, New York. 4804 



5379—15- 



-15 



225 



4805 



DKAMATIO COMPOSITIONS 



4825 



Box (A) of cash; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. M. 
Favor. 

© Edward M. Favor, Neve York; 1885: 
17497, Aug. 17. 4805 

Box of kisses; comedy in 1 act, by J. F. Cooke. 
20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1914 ; D : 35726 ; James Fran- 
cis Cooke, Bala, Pa. 4805a 

Box (A) of matches; a new and original mu- 
sical comedy in 3 acts, by W. A. Houpt, pro- 
fessionally known as W. A. Mestayer. 

© William A. Houpt, United States; 1884: 
14S41, July 21. 4806 

Box (A) of monkeys, and other farce com- 
edies; by Grace Livingston Furniss. New 
York, Harper & brothers, 1891. 3 p. 1., [3]- 
257 p. 12°. 

Contents: A box of luonkeys. — The Jack 
trust. — The veneered savage. — Tulu. 

© Harper & bros., New York ; 1891 : 10778, 
Mar. 23; 2c. May 9. 4806a 

Box of perfectos; or, The hunt for antiques, 
vaudeville comedy for two, by G. A. Lemming. 
10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1910; D: 21021; Geo. A. 
Lemming, Chicago. 4807 

Box (A) of pills; comedy in 3 acts, by J. E. 
Nicholson. 

© J. E. Nicholson, Cincinnati; 1887:26439, 
Oct. 13. 4808 

— a farce-comedy in 3 acts, by A. F. Wohl- 



fartb. 

© A. F. Wohlfarth, St. Louis ; 1886 : 16856, 
July 23. 4809 

a farcical comedy, by F. J. Pilling. 

© Frank J. Pilling, Boston; 1885:3445, 
Feb. 7. 4810 

Box of powders; comedy for one male and one 
female, text and stage business ed. and rev. by 
Pauline Phelps and Marion Short. New York, 
Edgar S. Werner & co. [1906] 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D:9477, 
Nov. 12, 1906; 2c. Nov. 26, 1906. 4811 

Box (A) of wrinkles; a satiric farce in 3 acts, 
by B. Whitney. 

© Bruce Whitney, Detroit; 1889:34192, 
Nov. 11. 4812 

Box (The) oflBce boy; vaudeville sketch, by E. 
Keith Musgrove. 8 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1911; D: 25092; Ethel K. 
Musgrove, Louisville. 4813 

Box (The) oflace man; play in 1 act, by Thomas 
J. Gray. [16] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1914; D: 37069; Noble & 
Brooks, New York. 4813a 



Box (A) office stamp; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. M. Knapp. 

© Charles Daniels and H. M. Knapp, St. 
Louis ; 1891 : 3271, Jan. 22. 4814 

Box (A) seat. Typewritten. 

© Sara C. Siegel, Cleveland; D : 7090, Aug. 
10, 1905; 2c. Aug. 10, 1905. 4815 

Boxers (The); a play in 4 acts, by L. Marston 
and C. Heverin. 

© Lawrence Marston and Cator Heverin, 
New York ; 1900 A : 14421, June 11. 4816 

Boxers (The) of China; in 4 acts, by C. E. 
Blaney. 

© Charles E. Blaney, New York; 1900 A: 
17190, July 12. 4817 

Boxing' a king's ears; a play in 4 acts, arr. for 
the stage from one of the fairy tales of 
Laboulaye, by S. Howell. 

© S. Howell, New Orleans; 1874:10346, 
Aug. 6. 4818 

Boy (The); a comedy in 3 acts, by A. M. Led- 
erer. 

© Allison M. Lederer, Ridgewood, N. J. ; 
1898:74687, Dec. 21; 2c. Dec. 22. 4819 

play in 3 acts, by Justin Sterns [pseud, of 

J. Lewis] [2], 123 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 2, 1913; D: 34388; Justine 
Lewis, New York. 4820 

Boy (A) and a girl. 

© Harrv Shannon, Haverhill, Mass.; 1900 
A : 12218, May 14. 4821 

Boy (The) and girl of Dublin; a play in 5 acts, 
by J. B. Bradley. 

© J. B. Bradley, Pittsburgh; 1883:8099, 
May 3. 4822 

a play in 3 acts, by J. B. Bradley. 

© J. B. Bradlev, Pittsburgh; 1882:21728, 
Dec. 21; 2c. Apr. 28, 1883. 4823 

Boy (The) and the burglar. See Pals. 

Boy (The) and the girl; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, by R. Carle. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Richard Carle. New York ; D : 12317, Feb. 
6, 1908 ; 2e. Feb. 5, 1908. 4824 

Boy (The) avenger. Sec Thrown upon the 
world. — Tracked to death. 

Boy (The) bandit; vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by 
J. W. Turconi. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1914; D: 39122; Joseph W. 
Turconi, Holyoke, Mass. 4824a 

Boy (The) bandits of Chicago; a comedy melo- 
drama in 4 acts, by W. J. Burke. 

© William J. Burke, Springfield, Mass.; 
D : 4373, Dec. 3, 1903. 4825 



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4849 



Boy (The) behind the gun, 

© Harry Clay Blaney, New York ; D : 6964, 
July 15, 1905. 4826 

Same. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Harry Clay Blaney, New York ; D : 6141, 
Jan. 26, 1905 ; 2c. July 15, 1905. 4827 

Boy Blue; musical pastoral, libretto, lyrics and 
music by M. R. Martin. 26 p. f. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. July 25, 1912 ; D : 30419 ; Margaret R. 
Martin, St. Joseph, Mo. 4828 

Boy (The) detective. 128 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York; D : 10998, 

July 19, 1907; 2c. July 19, 1907. 4829 

'an American melodrama, by N. S. Woods. 

76 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Amer. amusement assn., Chicago; D: 
9345, Oct. 30, 1906; 2c. Oct. 20, 1906. 4830 

a dramatization in 3 acts, by H. A. Weaver. 

© Thomas B. MacDonough, Brooklyn ; 1871 : 
8843, Sept. 22. 4831 

See also Waifs of New York. 

Boy (The) from Kerry; an Irish comedy in 4 

acts, by J. J. Williams. 
© J. J. Williams, Seattle; 1891:46047, Dec. 

17. 4832 

Boy (The) from Sunset; western love drama In 
3 acts, by D. R. Pierce. 31 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 11, 1915; D : 40901 ; Dayton 
Richard Pierce, Union Hill, N. J. 



4 p. 



4832a 
Type- 



Boy (The) from the East 
written. 

© Leo Francis McGinn, Providence, R. I. ; 
D: 14339, Nov. 21, 1908; 2c. Nov. 21, 1908. 

4833 

Boy (The) from the "West; comedy-drama in 4 
acts,- by W. C. Elmendorf. 

© William C. Elmendorf, New York; D: 
6371, Mar. 3, 1905. 4834 

Boy (The) gambler; an original sensational 
drama in 3 acts, by P. A. Fitzgerald. 

© Robert Ellwood, Philadelphia; 1874: 
7688, June 8. 4835 

Boy (A) hero; a play, by M. T. Stone and M. 
Hayden. 

© Mary Tillotson Stone and Martin Hayden. 
New York ; 1886 : 14731, June 28. 4836 

Boy (The) heroes of '64. See New Market. 

Boy (The) I left behind; in 3 acts, by J. Mc- 

Cree, adapted from Geo. V. Hobart's farce, 

Mrs. Black is back. 122 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20. 1911; D: 25539; Junie Mc- 

Cree, Sbeepshead Bay, N. Y. 4837 



Boy (A) in gray; or, False idols; drama in 3 
acts, by F. D. Reinau. 

© F. D. Reinau, New York; 1898:64362, 
Nov. 2. 4838 

Boy (The) in green; play in 3 acts, by Paul 

Tresize [pseud, of S. F. Whitman] [6], 115 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1913; D: 33970; Stephen 

French Whitman, New York. 4839 

Boy (The) king; romantic play in 4 acts, by 
W. Howard. 4 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1913; 0:34558; Walter 
Howard, London. ' 4840 

Boy (The) miner. See Grizzly Adams, the 
hunter of the Sierra Nevada. 

Boy (The) next door. 

© George P^'elix, Brooklyn ; D : 4562, Jan. 
29, 1904. 4841 

by L. M. Meaney. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Sept. 6, 1910 ; D : 21945 ; Lottie Myr- 
tle Meaney, Charlestown, Mass. 4842 

Boy (The) of the mines. See Willi-Joe. 

Boy (A) of the period. See Lorena's lovers. 

Boy (A) of the streets; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
by C. T. Vincent. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles T. Vincent and Henry D. Gra- 
hame. New York ; D : 3466, May 21, 1903 ; 2c. 
May 21, 1903. 4843 

Boy (A) or a girl; or. King Gabalus, an opera 
in a prologue and 2 acts, by D. Young. Type- 
written. 

© Arthur W. Tarns and Daniel Young, New 
York ; D : 711, July 31, 1901 ; 2c. July 31, 1901. 

4844 

Boy (The) plunger; a comedy in 4 acts, by C. E. 
Blaney. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York; D : 9225, 
Oct. 13, 1906; 2c. Oct. 13, 1906. 4845 

Boy (The) ranger; a romantic melodrama. 
© Frank I. Frayne, United States; 1892: 
8155, Feb. 20. 4846 

Boy (The) reporter; play in 1 act, by W. J. 
Parker. [3], 11 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 22, 1913; D: 34503; Walter J. 
Parker, Chicago. 4847 

Boy (The) scout; by A. D. Gash. Typewritten. 

© A. D. Gash, Chicago; 1899:76516, Nov. 

23 ; 2c. Dec. 11. 4848 

Boy scout of the Sierras; romantic spectacular 
border drama in 5 acts. 

© N. S. Wood, United States; 1886:24918, 
Nov. 4. 4849 



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4850 



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4870 



Boy (The) scouts; play for boys in 3 acts, by 
Walter Ben Hare. Boston, W. H. Baker & 
CO., 1913. 50 p. 12°. 

© June 28, 1913; 2c. June 30, 1913; D: 
33679 ; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 4850 

Boy (The) sleuth of Bugville. See I'll tell my 
mother on you. 

Boy (The) tramp; or, The maniac mother. 

© Tiosine Neuville, Brooklyn; 1886:16645, 
July 21. 4851 

Boy wanted; farce comedy in 3 acts, by C. E. 
Blauey. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York; 1895:19132, 
Apr. 6. 4852 

Boy (The) who found out; drama in 1 act, by 
(Charles Sumner [pseud, of C. S. Hayes] and 
('harles Collins. 27 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 14, 1915; D: 40722; Charles S. 
Hayes, Chicago. 4852a 

Boy (The) with the boodle; a musical melo- 
drama in 4 acts, by H. Hall. 99 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Howard Hall, East Elmhurst. N. Y. ; D : 
10626, May 23, 1907 ; 2c. June 20, 1907. 4853 

Boycott (The); farce comedy in 3 acts, by H. B. 
Lister. 45 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 23, 1910; D: 20278; Henry B. 
Lister, San Francisco. 4854 

a story of to-day in 3 acts, by George 

Jacobs. [51] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1912 ; D : 29292 ; Geo. J. Har- 
ter, Akron, O. 4855 

Boycotted; or, The Chinatown mystery, a local 

drama in 3 acts and 13 scenes, by J. C. Welch. 

© James Charles Welch, San Francisco; 

1886 : 24112, Oct. 25. 4856 

Boycotter (The); a farcical comedy in 3 acts. 

© Hugh Farrar McDermott, New York; 

1886 : 2615, Jan. 30. 4857 

Boycotters (The) and the marriage bureau; a 

farcical comedy in 4 acts, by H. F. McDermott. 

© Hugh Farrar McDermott, New York; 

1886:6807, Mar. 24; Ic. Mar. 24. 4858 

Boyhood pranks; or. The little Flips in trou- 
ble, laughable interlude or minstrel finale, by 
Frank Dumont. New York, M. Witmark & 
sons, 1905. 11 p. 16°. 

© M. AVitmark & sons, New York ; D : 6535, 
Apr. 17, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 17, 1905. 4859 

Boys (The) and Betty; play in 3 acts, by G. V. 
Hobart. [108] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George V. Hobart, Pelham Manor. N. Y. ; 
D : 13696, Sept. 1, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 1, 1908. 

4860 



Boys and girls; a play of college life in 1 act, 
by M. Ott. [22] p. 4°. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1913 ; D : 32244 ; Matthew Ott. 
Wollaston, Mass. 4861 

Boys and girls again. See Our school-days. — 
School-days. 

Boys (The) in blue; or. The traitor's doom, a 
military drama in 5 acts, by D. A. Sunderland 

" and C. B. Rhodes. Providence, A. Cranford 
Greene, printer, 1871. 

© D. A. Sunderland, Providence, R. I. ; 
1871 : 1199. Feb. 13 ; 2c. Feb. 27. 4862 

Boys (The) in white; by J. S. Melton. 

© Jacob S. Melton, Muncie, Ind. ; D : 15924, 
May 22, 1909. 4863 

Boy's literary conference; a school play for 
six boys. New York, E. S. Werner & co., 1904. 
12 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D : 5206, 
June 11, 1904; 2c. Oct. 17, 1904. 4864 

Boy's mother; American comedy drama in 3 
acts, by F. Rider and M. A. Hopkins. [214] 
p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1912; D: 28284; Fremont 
Rider and Mary Alden Hopkins, New York. 

4865 

Boys (The) of Kilkenny; an Irish play of the 
present day, by T. Walsh. 

© Townsend Walsh, New York ; 1897 : 21452. 
Apr. 3. 4866 

Boys (The) of New York; a dramatic composi- 
sition in 5 acts, by W. F. Phillips. 87 p. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© Will F. Phillips, New York; D : 4355. 
Dec. 8. 1903; 2c. Dec. 8, 1903. 4867 



— a 4 act comedy drama, by C. E. Blaney. 

© Charles E. Blaney, New York; 1897: 
60624, Oct. 26. 4868 

a sensational comedy drama in 4 acts, by 



T. H. Winnett. 

© Thomas H. Winnett, New York ; 1891 : 
3442, Jan. 23. 4869 

Boys (The) of '67. See Fough-a-ballagh. 

Boys of the Golden brotherhood; 1 act comedy 
skit, by D. D. Aaronson. 16 p. 4°. Tjqje- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1915; D: 40509; D. Darby 
Aaronson, New York. 4869a 

Boy's proposal; little comedy in 1 act, by A. 
Eckersley. New York, Samuel French ; Lon- 
don, Saiuuel French, ltd., 1909. 28 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 13, 1909; 2c. Nov. 15, 1909: D: 
17374; Arthur Eckersley, London. 4870 



228 



4871 



COPYBIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



4895 



Boy's (A) revenge for the death of his parents 
and loss of his home; a synopsis of a 5 act 
drama, by W. J. Hurley. 

<c) William J. Hurley, San Francisco; D: 
683, July 23, 1901. 4871 

or, A night in Ireland, a dramatic com- 
position in 5 acts, by W. J. Hurley. 

© William J. Hurley, San Francisco ; D : 
412, Apr. 30, 1901. 4872 

Boys together; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
A. Fallon. 

© Anita Fallon, New York; 1890:17417, 
May 28. 4873 

Boys wanted; a vaudeville sketch in 1 scene, 
by L. Wood. 

© Leo Wood, New York; D: 10418, Apr. 

26, 1907. 4874 

Boys will be girls; a girlsterious extravaganza 

in 1 act, by Sherman F. Johnson. Boston, W. 

H. Baker & co., 1905. 20 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 7221, 
Sept. 7, 1905; 2c. Oct. 12, 1905. 4875 

Boys (The) with the chairs; pantomime act, 
by C. Martinettie. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Clark Martinettie, Boston; D : 14532, 
July 10, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 14, 1908. 4876 

Brae, the poor house girl; a drama in 3 acts, 
by C. L. Piper. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1887 : 29799, Nov. 
17 ; 2c. Dec. 5. 4877 

Brace (A) of burglars; a 1 act dramatic com- 
position, by F. J. Beaman. 16 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich.; D: 
15629, Apr. 15, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 15, 1909. 4878 
Brace of partridges; a farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by Robert Ganthony. . . New York, S. 
French; London, S. French, ltd., 1906. 74 p. 
12°. 

© Samuel French, New York; D : 8635. 
June 5, 1906 ; 2c. June 3, 1909. 4879 

humorous play in 3 acts, by Robert Gan- 
thony. 

© Richard Ganthony, Sheepshead Bay, 
N. Y. ; 1897 : 36914, June 22. 4880 

Brace (A) of woodcock; a 1 act comedy, by 
J. Marlin. 

© Jane Marlin, New Haven, Conn. ; 1899 : 
.39349, June 15. 4881 

Bracelet (The); play in 1 act, by Alfred Sutro. 
New York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1912. 24 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1912; 2c. Mar. 29, 1912; D: 
29314; Samuel French, ltd., London. 4882 

^by L. B. Mallory. 21 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 3, 1913; D: 32502; Lilian B. 
Mallory, New York. 4883 



Bradford folks; or, Old Yankee neighbors, a 

rural comedy drama in 4 acts, by H. D. Smart. 

© Herbert Durrell Smart, Nashua, N. H. ; 

1899 : 79045. Dec. 5. 4884 

Bradlee (The) children; play in 3 acts, by F. 
Thoin. 147 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1913 ; D : 32479 ; Fanny Thorn, 
New York. 4885 

Bradstreets; a modern comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by B. L. Anthony. 

© Burt Luther Anthony, Easton. Pa.; D: 
4779, Mar. 22, 1904. 4886 

or, Fortune hunters, an original comedy in 



4 acts, by B. L. Anthony. 

© B. L. Anthony, Easton, Pa.; D : 11446. 
Sept. 30. 1907. 4887 

Brady, the agent; play in 1 act, by J. H. Simms. 
12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John H. Simms, Los Angeles ; D : 6881, 
June 26, 1905 ; 2c. June 12, 1905. 4888 

Brady's boy; an original domestic comedy, by 
Ed. Chrissie. 23 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Frank B. Richardson, Brooklyn; D: 
385, Apr. 23, 1901; 2c. Dec. 1, 1900. 4889 

Brautigam wider willen, und Der walzertraum 
einer lustigen wittwe; operette in 3 aufzue- 
gen, von W. Forgo. 

© William Forgo, New York; D : 14762, Jan. 
7, 1909. 4890 

Brag o-the-t wins; parody and satire, by B. Lip- 
set. 20 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1913; D: 32878; Bernhard 
Lipset, Seattle. 4891 

Brain storm; monologue, by T. H. Dalton. 2 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas H. Dalton, Rochester, N. Y. ; D : 
11270, Sept. 3, 1907; 2c. Sept. 3, 1907. 4892 

play in 1 act, by R. F. Manning. [1], 8 p. 

4°. T3T)ewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1913; D: 34553; Robert 
Franklin Manning, Brooklyn. 4893 

Brain (The) worker; play in 1 act, by W. Bow- 
man. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27, 1915; D: 40848; Willard 
Bowman and Bertha Creighton, New York. 

4893a 

Braino (The) man; a comedy in 3 acts, by Sara 
Preston, Amy Oliver and R. E. Dyar. 32 p. 
8°. Printed. 

© Ralph E. Dyar, Minneapolis; D: 10651. 
May 16, 1907; 2c. June 10, 1907. 4894 

Brains; by Joe Kerr. 

© Wm. M. Kerr, New York; 1891:41565, 
Nov. 20. 4895 



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4896 



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491T 






Brains — Continued. 

by L. Rohr. 74 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 26, 1909 ; D : 17540 ; Louis Rohr, 
Chicago. 4896 
play in 3 acts, by I. Levy. 216 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1915; D: 39574; I-mie Levy, 
Trenton, N. J. 4896a 

Brains vs. brawn; a comedy in 2 acts, by J. 

Ashcroft. 

© John Ashcroft, New Yorli; 1887:2560, 

Feb. 1; 2c. Feb. 1. 4897 

Brains vs. gold. See Q. Z. 
Brainstorms of Bluebeard; play in 2 acts, by 

J. H. Thacher. 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 8, 1910 ; D : 20744 ; John Hamil- 
ton Thacher, Kansas City, Mo. 4898 

Braisley diamond; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
b\' Lush, Smyth, Tremayne and Hall. 139 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© W. G. Smyth, New York ; D : 7861, Jan. 
3, 1906; 2c. Jan. 8, 1906. 4899 

Brakespeare; drama in 4 acts, by T, W. King. 

© Thomas Worthington King, New York; 

1890 : 8354, Mar. 13. 4900 

Brambleton fair; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 

W. J. Newton. 

© Watson J. Newton, Washington; 1891: 

13605, Apr. 14; 2c. May 16. 4901 

Brand; by Henrik Ibsen, with introduction by 

William Archer. New York, C. Scribner's 

sons, 1906. xii, 262 p. 12°. 

© Charles Scribner's sons. New York; A: 
160715, Nov. 16, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 16, 1906. 4901a 

a dramatic poem, by Henrik Ibsen, tr. into 

Enailish prose by J. M. Olberman. Oregon 
ed. Portland, Or. [Printed by A. F. Ellis] 
1912. 1 p. 1., iii, [1], 168 p. front, (port.) 
16°. 

© Aug. 3, 1912 ; 2c. Aug. 9, 1912 ; A : 319328 ; 
J. M. Olberman, Portland, Or. 4902 

et dramatisk digt, [af] Henrik Ibsen, ed. 

with introduction and notes by Julius E. 

Olson. Chicago, J. Anderson pub. co., 1908. 

Ivi. 349 p. 12°. 

© John Anderson pub. co., Chicago ; A : 

206405, May 8, 1908 ; 2c. May 9, 1908. 4903 
Sec also Works (The) of Henrik Ibsen. 



Brand (The); a 4 act drama, by S. S. Seibert. 
© S. S. Selbert. Ft. Smith, Ark. ; D : 12454. 
Feb. 14, 1908. 4904 

Brand der leidenschaften; schausplel in4akteu. 
von Josip Kosor. Miinchen, Dramatisches 
centralbiiro Rubinverlag. 107 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Nov. 22, 1911 ; D : 25824 ; Dramatisches 
centralbiiro Rubinverlag, M. & W. Koliler, 
Munich. 4905 



Brand (A) new woman; an operatic comedy 
satire in 3 acts, by E. Navratil, 

© Edward Navratil, New York; 1895: 
37441, July 19. 4906 

Brand (The) of Cain; a drama in 4 acts, by 
A. L. Fisher and J. H. Zerr. 

© A. L. Fisher and J. H. Zerr, Reading, Pa. ; 
1895:61551, Dec. 5. 4907 

' in 4 acts, by H. J. Fowler. 

© H. J. Fowler, Geneva, N. Y. ; 1900 A: 
25601, Oct. 15. 4908 

a romantic drama in 4 acts, by A. Wolford 

and A. Wolford. 

© Augustus Wolford and Arnold Wolford, 
St. Louis ; 1896 : 2982, Jan. 7. 

See also Black Dick. 



4909 



Brand (The) of shame; a sensational drama in 
1 act. 

© Anton Shaad, Cincinnati ; 1876 : 7574, 
June 22. 4910 

Brand (The) of the Drakes; modern 3 act 

drama, by M. Keightley. 80 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 28, 1910; D : 20617 ; Mabel 

Keightley, South Bend. Ind. 4911 

Branded; an original melodrama in 4 acts, by 
M. Price. 

© Mark Price. United States; 1890:7764, 
Mar. 8. 4912 

.or, The spirit of vengeance, an original 

drama in 4 acts, by B. Maurice Bailey. 

© Edward M. Bailey, Riverpoint, R. I. ; D : 
3304, Apr. 17, 1903. 4913 

See also E. — Viola. 

Branded by the dead; 5 act drama, by E. S. 
Spencer. 

© Ella S. Spencer, United States; 1883: 
20843, Nov. 12. 4914 

Branded for life. See Jean Valjeau. 

Branded mavericks; a wisp from the mesa in 
1 act, by M. Terrell and H. O. Stechhan. 22 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 24, 1912; D: 31786; Maverick 
Terrell and H. O. Stechhan, Los Angeles. 4915 

Brander (The); drama in 3 acts, by L. M. Piper. 
[2], 87 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 18, 1910; D 22589; L. Marie 
Piper. Columbus, O. 4916 

Branding (The); comedy drama of western life 
in 3 acts, by D. E. Davenport and J. W. 
Dennis. [58] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1911; D: 28008; Delbert E. 
Davenport and James W. Dennis, Wichita. 

4917 



230 



4918 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



4935 



Brandywine; an origiual drama, written and 
aiT. by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, New York; 1875:5401, May 
24. 4918 

Brannigan (The) club; a farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by W. E. Keller. 

© W. E. Keller, Pittsburgh; 1883:7170, 
Apr. 16. 4919 

Branningan's courtship. 

© Wm. Mclntyre, Kenosha, Wis. ; 1895 : 
55939, Nov. 4. 4920 

Brannon on the moor; a romantic Irish drama 
of Rapparee days, by J. E. Barrett. 

© John E. Barrett, Scranton, Pa. ; D : 9810, 
Jan. 9, 1907. 4921 

Brantley; a drama in 5 acts, by W. J. Lynd. 
© William John Lynd, Denver; 1876:1482, 
Feb. 3; 2c. June 26. 4922 

Brass; an original comedy in 4 acts, by G, P. 
Rowe. 

© George Fawcett Rowe, New York; 1875: 
13786, Dec. 27 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1876. 4923 

■ See also Copper. 

Brass and brains; a comedy in 4 acts, by J. A. 
Lewis and W. R. Wilson. 

© Julius A. Lewis and Will. R. Wilson, New 
York; 1889:27798, Sept. 12. 4924 

Brass bound box. See Lispet. 

Brass (The) bowl; a play in 4 acts, by W. Smith 
and L. J. Vance, from the novel of the same 
title, by L. J. A^ance. 193 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Winchell Smith and Louis Joseph Vance, 
New York ; D : 11896, Dec. 10. 1907 ; 2c. July 
31, 1908. 4925 

Brass bu.ttons; comedy in 4 acts, by M. Van 
der Voort. 71 p. 4". Typewritten, 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1912; D: 30435; Maybelle 
Van der Voort, Palo Alto, Cal. 4926 

a comedy in 3 acts, for female characters 

only, by Grace A. Luce. Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO., 1900. 37 p. 12". (Baker's edition of 
plays) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; 1900 A : 
18812, July 30 ; 2c. Sept. 29. 4927 

drama, by G. C. Elms. Typewritten. 

© George C. Elms, Seattle; 1894:4976, Jan. 
19; Ic. Jan. 19. 4928 

Brass (The) collar; 1 act drama, by I. H. Mer- 
lin. [3], 29 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1912 ; D : 30397 ; Iva Helena 
Merlin, New York. 4929 

Brass (The) tag; a play in 4 acts, by E. Aiken. 

© Ednah Aiken, San Francisco ; D : 11866, 

Nov. 20, 1907. 4930 



Brasse's circus. 8ee Showman (The) 

Brat (The); play in 3 acts, by M. Pulton. [91] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1915; D : 41437 ; Maude Ful- 
ton, San Francisco. 4930a 



a story of Cape Cod, a comedy in 1 act, by 

Edward McWade. 34 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Edward Robert McWade, New York ; D : 
5354, July 28, 1904; 2c. July 28, 1904. 4931 

Bi>aTbH (Diebriider); ,!i,paMa bt, S-x-b /;'feHcTBiHX'b cb 
npojioroMt. 1 p. 1., 85 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. July 8, 1914 ; D : 374,96 ; Ossip Dymow, 
New York. 4931a 

Braumeister Bock; von R. Schlagintweit. 

© Richard Schlagintweit, St. Lonis; 1900 
A: 4078, Feb. 13. 4932 

Braut (Die) des Lammes. See Napoleon II. 

Braut (Die) des Spaniers; ein drama in 5 
akten, von C. Becker. 

© Carl Becker, New Orleans; 1875:9695, 
Sept. 18. 4933 

Braut (Die) von Korea; ballet in 4 akten und 
8 bildern, von H. Regel, choreographische 
theil von J. Hassreiter, musik von Josef 
Bayer. Berlin, Schlesinger'sche buch und 
musik-handlung (Rob. Lienau). 

© Schlesinger'sche buch- und musikhand- 
lung (Rob. Lienau), Berlin; 1897: 33436, June 
2 ; Ic. June 2. 4934 

Braut (Die) von Messina; by Johann Christoph 
Priedrich von Schiller, ed. with a commentary 
and notes by William Herbert Carruth. New 
York, Boston [etc.] Silver, Burdett and co. 
[1901] ix, 185 p. front, (port.) pi. 12°. 

© Silver, Burdett & co., Boston ; A : 20862, 
Oct. 22, 1901; 2c. Nov. 11. 1901. 4934a 

Oder, Die f eindlichen briider, ein trauer- 

spiel mit choren, von Johann Christoph Pried- 
rich von Schiller, ed. with introduction and 
notes by Arthur H. Palmer and Jay Glover 
Eldridge. New York, H. Holt and company, 
1901. Ivi, 193 p. 12". 

© Henry Holt & co.. New York ; A : 17930, 
Sept. 28, 1901 ; 2c. Nov. 11, 1901. 4934b 

Brautfahrt (Die) See Weisse (Der) adler. 

Brautwahl (Die); musikalisch - phantastische 
komddie in 3 akten und 1 nachspiel, nach 
E. T. A. Hoffmanns ErzShlung, text und mu- 
sik von Ferruccio Busoni. 2.. endgiiltige fass- 
ung. Breslaii. Schlesische buchdrnckerei v. 
S. Schottlaender, 1912. 87 p. 16°. [Text 
only] 

© Apr. 27, 1912 ; 2c. Apr. 27, 1912 ; D : 29509. 
Harmonie, Munich. 4935 



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4959 



' 



Brautwahl (Die) — Continued. 
theater diclitung fiir musik. Triest, [Aus- 
tria], Verlag C. Schmidt & co., 1907. 119 p. 
8°. 

© Ferruccio Busoni, Berlin ; D : 10411, Apr. 
24, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 25, 1907. 4936 

Brave as a lion; comedy in 1 act, by W. Cole- 
num. [2], 36 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1911; D: 23329; Walter 
Coleman, New York. 4937 

Brave (A) coward; comedy in 1 act, by H. Wolf. 
4 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 20, 1912; D: 30912; Harvey 
AYolf, Chicago. 4938 

a comedy in 3 acts, by J. S. Hill and T. 

Addison. [123] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Stacv Hill and Thomas Addison, Cin- 
cinnati ; D: 13912, Sept. 23, 1908; 2c. Sept. 23, 
1908. 4939 

a romance of the Revolution, in 4 acts and 

2 tableaux, by J. F. Terriss. 

© John F. Terriss, Brooklyn; 1896:64619, 
Nov. 27. 4940 

vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by B. W. Musson. 



Typewritten. 

© Bennet Woodley Musson, Rochester, 
N. Y.; 1900 A: 27224, Nov. 2; 2c. Nov. 2. 

4941 

Brave (A) little tomboy; play of the Revolu- 
tion, by Elizabeth F. Guptill. Franklin, O., 
Eldridge entertainment house. 27 p. 12". 

© Nov. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 9, 1912 ; D : 31653 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, Franklin, O. 

4942 

Brave Magg-ie; monologue, by F. I. Matthews. 
8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1914; D:3S154; Frederick 
Irving Matthews, New York. 4942a 

Brave (A) man; an American play, by B. Camp- 
bell. 

© Bartley Campbell, New York; 1882: 
16622, Oct. 7. 4943 

a 1 act sketch, by W. C. Cowper. 

© William C. Cowper, New York ; D : 11994, 
Dec. 17, 1907. 4944 

Brave (The) volunteer; a 4 act military drama, 
by C. G. Davenport. 

© Clara Grady Davenport, New York ; 1896 : 
13572, Feb. 29. 4945 

Brave (A) woman; a domestic melodrama in 5 
acts and 6 tableaux, by Mortimer Murdoch. 

© Josephine E. Hardie, Brooklyn; 1885: 
8331, Apr. 9. 4946 

an original drama in 4 acts, by M. Mur- 
doch. New York, Annie Clybourne. 

© Mortimer Murdoch, South Middleboro, 
Mass. ; 1889 : 26706, Sept. 2. 4947 



Bravery of Mr. Bailey's sister; sketch in 1 
act, liy Joseph Birkenbam. Clyde, O., Ames' 
publishing co., 1909. 5 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 9, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1909 ; D : 17415 ; 
Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. 4948 

Bravery's reward, Cuba; by G. White. 

© George White, New York ; 1897 : 11448, 
Feb. 16. 4949 

Bravest (The) girl; a dramatic sketch, bv Si. 
U. Collins. 16 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Hii-on G. Cornell, Detroit ; D : 8233, Mar. 
27. 1906: Ic. Mar. 27, 1906; Ic. Apr. 14, 1906. 

4950 

Bravest (The) of the brave; a domestic drama 
in 4 acts, by Gus. Phillips (Oofty Gooft) 

© Mrs. Augustus Phillips, Westport, Conn. ; 
1886:14018, Jime 18. 4951 

Bravest (The) of them all; or. Eat 'em up, 

Hennie, eat 'em up, a story from life, by G. 
H. McFarland (Chas. H. Mackie) 3 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Charles Hugh McFarland, Roxbury, 
Mass. ; D : 4662, Feb. 9, 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 1904. 

4952 

Braving the world; an original drama in 4 acts 
and prologue, by H. Jackson. 

© Harry Jackson and C. W. Hassett, Chi- 
cago; 1888:35261, Dec. 10. 4953 

— — • sensational comedy-drama in a prologue 
and 4 acts. Typewritten. 

© Charles Edward Ellis and George Arthur 
Day, Chicago ; 1892 : 2913. Jan. 16 ; 2c. Jan. 16. 

4954 
Bravo (The) of Venice; a play in 5 acts, tr. 
and adapted to the American stage by A. 
Onesti and H. Gondolfo. 

© Anthony Onesti and Harrv Gondolfo, 
Philadelphia ; 1900 A : 11725, May 9. 4955 
See also Man (The) in black. 

Bravo's (The) oath; or. Tales of Venice, a 4 
act melodrama, by Samuel Drake. 

© Robert F. Kraft, New Albany, Ind. ; 1886 : 
10203, Apr. 29. 4956 

Bray ton (The) episode; a play. 

© Samuel Harden Church, Pittsburgh; D: 
3443, May 16, 1903. 4957 

Brazen (The) casket. See Baba. 

Brazilia; or, The waiting throne, a spectacular 
drama in 3 acts, by G. G. Small. 

© George G. Small, New York ; 1874 : 2502. 
Mar. 2. 4958 

Brazilian (The); operetta in 3 acts, English tr. 
and adaptation by Edgar Smith and Max 
Pemberton, music by F'rancis Chassaigne. 

© Rudolph Aronson, New York ; 1890 : 15335, 
May 9. 4959 



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4982 



Brazilians (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by A. 
Jacobson. 

© Augustus Jacobson, Cblcago ; 1882 : 
16074, Sept. 29. 4960 

Brazzia (Le); a drama in 5 acts, by F. V. De 
More. Typewritten. 

© Flora V. De More, Phillipsburg, N. J. ; D : 
5431, Aug. 13, 1904; Ic. Aug. 15, 1904; Ic. 
Mar. 3, 1905. 4961 

Breach, of promise; [by L. Kobriu] 

94 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1912 ; D : 29965 ; Leon Kobrin. 
Brooklyn. 4962 

See also Amateur (The) lawyer. — Lights 

(The) of Broadway. 

Bread and butter; play in 4 acts, by E. G. 
O'Neill. 4 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 2, 1914 ; D : 36911 ; Eugene Glad- 
stone O'Neill, New London, Conn. 4962a 

Bread (The) and milk drill; an entertainment 
for children, by Nellie E. Case. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1896: 
66192, Dec. 5. 4963 

Bread cast upon the waters; a domestic drama 
in 4 acts, by J. N. Long and II. B. Warner. 
San Francisco, 1880. 

© J. N. Long and H. B. Warner, United 
States ; 1880 : 2269, Feb. 10. 4964 

Bread, cheese, and kisses. See Man (The) in 
possession. 

Bread for the hungry; by F. Pons Pou. 

© Francisca Pons Pou, New York; 1894: 
14545, Mar. 14. 4965 

Bread (The) line. 

© Jerome A. Hart, San Francisco ; D : 
12764, Apr. 16, 1908. 4966 

comedy in 4 acts, by F. A. Lord. 85 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1910; D: 20507; Frank A. 
Lord, New York. 4967 

Bread (The) of idleness; play in 4 acts, by E. L. 
Masters. Chicago, The Rooks press, 1911. 
173 p. 12". 

© Sept. 30, 1911 ; 2c. Oct. 2, 1911 ; D : 25365 ; 
Edgar Lee ^Masters, Chicago. 4968 

Breadwinner (The); a domestic drama in 4 acts, 
by Timothy Hart. Chicago, Chicago manu- 
script co., 1912. [3], 53 p. f°. Mimeographed. 
© Aug. 22, 1912; 2c. Sept. 5, 1912; D: 
30740; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 4969 

drama in 4 acts, by Mrs. D. Mack. 

© Mrs. Duval Mack, Washington ; D : 8715, 
June 18, 1906. 4970 



Breadwinner (The) — Continued. 

original comedy drama of New York life in 

4 acts, by Timothy Hart. [82] p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1912 ; D : 28972 ; Frank Han- 
non, Chicago. 4971 

Breadwinners (The); play in 4 acts, by F. X. 
Finnegan. [50] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 21, 1913; D: 33854; Frank X. 
Finnegan, New York. 4972 

by S. M. Kahmaun. [42] p. 4°. Tyi^e- 

written. 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1913; D: ,34366; Sophie M. 
Kahmanu, Pittsburg, Kan. 4973 

Break-neck-Ben, the boy pioneer; or. Frontier 
life in Minnesota, a drama, by F. H. Stauffer. 

© Frank H. Stauffer, Philadelphia; 1874: 
8164, June 17. 4974 

Break (The) of day; a melodrama in 4 acts 
and 7 scenes, by B. F. Waterman. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Baruch Frank Waterman, New York; D: 
383, Apr. 22, 1901; 2c. June 17, 1902. 4975 

Break the walls down; play in 3 acts, by Mrs. 
A. Gross. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 16, 1914; D: 37401; Mrs. Alex- 
ander Gross, London. 4975a 

Breakers (The); drama in 4 acts, by R. S. 
Sensabaugh. [81] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1913 : D : 32432 ; Roy S. Sensa- 
baugh, Knoxville, Tenn. 4976 

by Stella Le Roy. [85] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1911 ; D : 24865 ; Effie F. King, 
Boston. 4977 

■play in 4 acts, by C. Andrews. [2], 74 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 2, 1911 ; D : 25660 ; Charlton An- 
drews, Valley City, N. D. 4978 

— or, Summer life at Cape May, a local 



comedy in 4 acts, by J. N. Fort. 

© J. Neil Fort, Philadelphia; 1872:4196, 
Apr. 22. 4979 

Breakers ahead; a drama in 4 acts, by T. L. 
Foster. 

© Thomas L. Foster, Philadelphia; 1872: 
2467, Mar. 12. 4980 

Breakfast food for two; a vaudeville sketch, by 
Hari-y L. Newton. Chicago, T. S. Denison 
[1905] 14 p. 16^ 

© Thomas S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 7018, 
July 24, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 18, 1905. 4981 

Breakin' (The) in; by Z. J. Guilbeault. 23 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 22, 1911 ; D : 25831 ; Zephirin J. 
Guilbeault, St. Louis. 4982 



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4983 



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5000 



Breaking a bronk; 1 act travesty, by G. L. 
Waters. 

© Garth Lewis Waters, Denver; D : 8484, 
May 5, 1906. 4983 

Breaking' a butterfly; 4 acts, by W. V. Pettit. 
100 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© William Y. Pettit, Brooklyn; D : 15162, 

Feb. 24, 1909; 2c. May 20, 1909. 4984 

Breaking his bonds; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, 
by II. C. Dale. Author's ed. New York, Har- 
old Roorbach. 

© Horace C. Dale, Reading, Pa.; 1894: 
47293. Oct. 10; 2c. Dec. 17. 4985 

Breaking home ties; comedy drama, by W. L. 
Hummell. 

© William L. Hummell, Dixon, 111.; 1896: 
21681, Apr. 6. 4986 

Breaking into society; comedietta in 1 act, by 
G. Fortescue. 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1911; D: 24380; Granville 
Fortescue, Washington. 4987 

a musical farce in 3 acts, by L. Arthur and 



Breaking (The) point; drama in 1 act, by J. D. 
Campbell. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1914; D: 36064; James 
Douglas Campbell, New York. 4992b 

1 act play, by J. C. Savery. [39] p. 4°. 



R. B. Smith. 

© Lee Arthur and Robert B. Smith, New 
York ; D : 7054, July 13, 1905. 4988 

Breaking into the movies; farce comedy sketch, 
by P. E. Burns. 9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1915; D: 39636; Paul B. 
Burns, Philadelphia. 4988a 

Breaking it off; a farce in 3 acts, freely adapted 
from the French, by Louis Harrison and B. B. 
Valentine. 

© Ella S. Doris, New York; 1898:74050, 
Dec. 19. 4989 

Breaking jail; play in 3 acts, by Brieux, tr. 
and adapted by A. Tridon. 50 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 15, 1913 ; D : 34733 ; Andre Tri- 
don, New York. 4990 

Breaking (The) light; comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by C. L. Buruham. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 6, 1913 ; D : 34956 ; Clara Louise 
Bnrnham, Chicago. 4991 

Breaking (The) of bonds; drama of the social 
unrest, by Arthur Davison Ficke. Boston, 
Slierman, French & co., 1910. 9 p. 1., [3] -79 
p. 12°. 

© Oct. 11, 1910; 2c. Oct. 20, 1910: A: 
273689; Sherman, French & co., Boston. 4992 

Breaking on the rocks; drama in 4 acts, by 
C. F. MacGrath. 33 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1915; D: 39331; Charles F. 
MacGrath, Cincinnati. 4992a 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 7, 1912; D: 28587; James C. 
Savery, Cambridge, Mass. 4993 

by P. L. Weil. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 



© Ic. Dec. 4, 1912; D: 31549; Percival L. 
Weil, New York. 4994 

play in 1 act, by G. Willard and J. Matthew 

^Murray. 7 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1914; D: 38620; Grace Wil- 
lard, Spokane, Wash. 4994a 

Breaking the ban. lice Article (L') 47. 

Breaking the engagement; farce in 1 act, by 
W. C. Parker. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1910. 10 p. 12". 

© May 13, 1910; 2c. May 16, 1910; D: 
21042 ; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 4995 

Breaking the ice; or, A piece of holly, ro- 
mantic comedy for one male and one female, 
by Charles Thomas, text and stage business 
ed. and rev. by Pauline Phelps and Marion 
Short. New York, E. S. Werner & co. [1906] 
15 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D : 9435, 
Nov. 15, 1906; 2c. Nov. 22, 1906. 4996 

Breaking the record; a 1 act drama, by A. B. 
Rogers. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ada Byron Rogers, Berkeley, Cal. ; D : 
15759, May 1, 1909 ; 2c. May 1, 1909. 4997 

Breaking the records; musical comedy farce in 
1 act. by Eugene de Mon.ie [pseud, of H. C. 
Anderson] 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 16. 1912; D: 28724; H. Chester 
Anderson, San Francisco. 4998 

Breaking the spell; by Clarice Manning [pseud, 
of Mrs. M. J. MacQuarrie] 19 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 9, 1910; D: 20383; Mrs. M. J. 
MacQuarrie, New York. 4999 

Breaking the trust; sketch, from the French 
of Jean Ricquard, by J. H. Bacon. 16 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 2, 1914; D: 36206; John H. 
Bacon, New York. 4999a 

Breaking up house-keeping; a comedy sketch. 

© John T. Hanson, New York ; 1899 : 59768, 

Sept. 18; 2c. Sept. 18. 5000 

Breaks (The); play in 4 acts, by D. Boehm. 
114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 14, 1915; D: 39391; David 
Boehm. New York. 5000a 



234 



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5021 



Breath. (A) of Irish, airs, 
(The) shamrock. 



See Four-leaved 



Breath (A) of old Virginia; dramatic playlet iu 
1 act and 3 scenes, by Tom Barry. 30 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 6, 1915; D: 39601; Joseph Hart, 
New York. 5000b 

Breath (The) of scandal; comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. Lnce. 3 v. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27, 1914; D: 37130; Alethea 
Luce, Brooklyn. 5000c 

Breath (A) of suspicion; a drama, by Frances 
Isabel Currie, a dramatization of the novel of 
the same name. 

© Francis I. Webb, New York ; 1895 : 8817, 
Feb. 11. 5001 

Breath (A) of the plains; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by M. L. White. 60 p. f^ Typewritten. 

© Montgomery Lewis White, Austin, Tex.; 
D : 11156, Aug. 12, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 9, 1907. 5002 

Brebantius; a drama, by L. B. Mcllhenny. 

© Leonidas Bertram Mcllhenny, Dayton, O. ; 
D : 4343, Jan. 18, 1904. 5003 

Brebis (La); comMie en 2 actes, par E. See. 
(L'lllustration theatrale, 8® annee.-201, 3 
fevrier 1912) 

© Feb. 3, 1912; 2c. Mar. 2, 1912; D: 28910; 
Edmond See, Paris. 5004 

Brebis (La) perdue; piece en 3 actes, par G. 
Trarieux. 20 p. (L'lllustration theatrale, 7" 
ann4e 194, 25 novembre 1911) 

© Nov. 25, 1911; 2c. Dec. 22, 1911; D: 
28060; Gabriel Trarieux, Paris. 5005 

Bred in old Kentucky; drama in 4 acts, by E. 
O. Risley. Typewritten. 

© Edward O. Risley, Louisville; 1899: 
48317, July 26; 2c. Dec. 2. 5006 

Bred in the bone; a drama in prologue and 4 
acts. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, Brooklyn; 1871: 
7525, Aug. 12. 5007 

original dramatic episode in 1 act, "by M. 

Nobles. [17] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1912 ; D : 29389 ; Milton No- 
bles, Brooklyn. 5008 

Breed (The); or. The call of blood, by A. T. 
Metzler. [2], 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1911 ; D : 25679 ; Alyse Thomp- 
son Metzler, Metzler, Wy. 5009 

Breeding (The) pen; a drama in 4 acts, by 
H. J. Pulleu. 71 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Horace J. Pullen, Los Angeles ; D : 15934, 
May 24, 1909; 2c. June 17, 1909. 5010 



Breeze (A) from actors' land; a truthful trifle 
of the stage, by P. Pauli. Coytesville, N. J., 
1914. 13 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1914; D: 37209; Pauline 
Pauli, Coytesville, N. J. 5010a 

Breeze (A) from the Rockies; a drama in 4 
acts, by C. S. Anderson. 

© Coulter S. Anderson, Brookfleld, Mo. ; 
1896 : 58780, Oct. 26. 5011 

Breeze's tenderfoot; comedy in 1 act, by R. P. 
Jauette. [1], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© le. May 21, 1914; D: 37092; Robert 
Pierre Janette, Boston. ^ 5011a 

Breezy (A) call; a comedietta in 1 act, by 
Charles Townsend. 

© C. F. Townsend, Weedsport, N. Y. ; 1891 : 
9779, Mar. 14. 5012 

an original comedietta in 1 act, by Charles 

Townsend. Chicago, T. S. Denison. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; 1891:39766, 
Nov. 5 ; 2c. Nov. 6. 5013 

Breezy Point; a comedy in 3 acts, for female 
characters only, by Belle Marshall Locke. 

© Walter H. Balcer & co., Boston; 1898: 
71604, Dec. 9; 2c. Jan. 2, 1899. 5014 

Breezy (A) time; musical farce comedy in 3 
nets, by E. B. Fitz. 

© E. B. Fitz, New York ; 1891 : 15469, Apr. 

27. 5015 

Brehms tierleben; schwank in 3 akten, von 

Matth. Blank und Karl Frey. Miinchen, 

Drei masken verlag. 89 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Sept. 26, 1912 ; D : 30956; Drei masken 

verlag, g. m. b. h.. Munich. 5016 

Bremont (The) balloon; a sunstroke in 3 fits, 

by E. C. de Bonilla. 101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Emanuel Camoin de Bonilla, New York ; 

D : 1787, Apr. 25, 1902; 2c. Apr. 25, 1902. 5017 

Brenda of the leaves; a drama, by R. Barry. 

102 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Richard Barry, Monrovia, Cal. ; D : 15728. 
Apr. 28, 1909; 2c. Apr. 28, 1909. 5018 

Brennan of the moor; an Irish drama in 4 acts, 
by C. MacCulloch. 4°. Tyi^ewritten. 

© Campbell MacCulloch, New York; D: 
11235, Aug. 27, 1907; 2c. Aug. 27, 1907. 5019 
Brennan on the moor. 

© Barney Gilmore, Philadelphia ; D : 4040. 
Oct. 2, 1903. 5020 

Brentwood; a drama in 4 acts, by R. M. Yost. 
© Robert M. Yost, St. Louis; 1882:9315, 

June 6. 5021 

Brer Rabbit and Mr. Fox; musical frolic, by 

Mrs. Percy Dearmer, music by Martin Shaw. 

London, Joseph Williams, ltd. 54 p. 8°. 

© Apr. 25, 1914; Ic. Apr. 20, 1914; D: 
37037; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 5021a 



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5042 



Brer Babbit and Uncle Bemus; a comic opera 
for young people, libretto by Walter Parkes, 
music by Florian Pascal. London, J. Wil- 
liams, limited. 1903. 36 p. 8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London; D : 3841, 
Aug. 18, 1903; 2c. Aug. IS, 1903. 5022 

Brer Rastus X. Jasper, lecturist; a dramatic 
composition in 1 act, 1 scene, by L. Bluestein. 
10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Levi Bluestein, Chicago ; D : 15767, May 
3, 1909 ; 2c. May 3, 1909. 5023 

Breslau; by Kurt Matull, ed. by C, R. Tyler. 
© Charles Racine Tyler, New York; D: 
4589, Feb. 5, 1904. 5024 

Bresters millionen (Brewster's millions); 
lustspiel in 4 akten, von Winchell Smith und 
Byron Ongley, aus dem Englishen ubersetzt. 
103 p. 8". 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1909; D: 16787; Felix 
Bloch erben, Berlin, 5025 

Brethren of the summit; play in 4 acts, by C. 
ICastwood. 94 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 20, 1909 ; D : 17753 ; Carlin East- 
wood, Corte Madera, Cal. 5026 

Breton's act; comedy in 1 act, by T. Breton. 
[4] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 20. 1911 ; D : 23700 ; Ted Breton, 
New York. 5027 

Brewing (A) of brains. See Silver (The) 
thread. 

Brewster's farm; comedy-drama in 4 acts, by 
W. C. Kenyon and K. S. Brown. 38 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 9, 1912; D: 29617; William C. 
Kenyon and Katharine S. Brown, Chicago. 

5028 

Brewster's millions; a dramatization of the 
book of the same name, by W. Smith and 
Byron Ongley. f". Typewritten. 

© Winchell Smith, New York; D : 10136, 
Mar. 14, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 14, 1907. 5029 

Brian Moran; or, Parnell and the poor of Ire- 
land, a drama in 3 acts, by G. W. Thater. 

© G. W. Thater, Baltimore ; 1880 : 5087, 
Mar. 31. 5030 

Briar Rose; or. The sleeping beauty, dramatic 
fantasy being a dramatization of the famous 
story of the same name, by George W. Jahn 
and W. H. Russell. [65] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. June 21, 1913 ; D : 33568 ; William H. 
Russell, Philadelphia. 5031 

Bribe (The); by E. J. Young. 130 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Eugene J. Young, New York; D: 12787, 
Apr. 20. 1908 ; 2c. June 25, 1909. 5032 



Bribe (The)— Continued. 

-play in 3 acts, by S. O'Kelly. Dublin and 

London, Munsel & co., ltd., 1914. 2 p. 1., 46 p. 

12". 

© Feb. 18. 1914; 2c. Feb. 26, 1914; D: 
36165 ; Seumas O'Kelly, Dublin. 5032a 

j)olitical comedy drama in 1 act, by Charles 

P. Bates and J. H. Manning. 13 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 30, 1914; D: 39241; James H. 
Manning, New York. 5032b 

Bribe (The) from Ballyclogan; 1 act play, by 
Francis Baker Fairfax [pseud, of Fairfax 
Henry Wheelan] 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28. 1911; D: 23643; F. II. 
Wheelan, San Francisco. 5033 

Bribonas (Las); zarzuela, original de A. M. 
Viergol, mtisica del Rafael Calleja. Madrid, 
Sociedad de autores espaiioles, 1908. 77 p. 
12°. 

© Antonio M. Vi§rgol, Madrid; D : 13861. 
Sept. 21, 1908; 2c. Sept. 21, 1908. 5034 

Bric-a-brac; an extravaganza in 1 act, by J. 

Basset. 

© Jed Basset and George W. Hyatt, New 
York ; 1879 : 17069, Dec. 19. 5035 

musical comedy and review, by M. Libby. 

14 p. f*. Typewritten. 

© Marius Libby, Chicago; D : 12198, Jan. 
9, 1908; Ic. Jan. 2, 1908; Ic. Apr. 3, 1908. 

5036 

a musical comedy in 2 acts, by the Perry 

brothers. 

© E. G. Perry, Denver; 1882:13992, Aug. 
23. 5037 

a musical fantasie in a prologue and 2 acts, 



by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York ; D : 7374, Oct. 
9, 1905. 5038 

— —or. The kiss, comedy drama in 1 act, by 
G. R. Craw. 13 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1912; D: 30601; George 
Rockhill Craw, Chicago. 5039 

Bric-a-brac (The) will; libretto by S. J. Adair 
Fitzgerald and Hugh Moss. London, Robert 
Cocks & CO., 1895. 

© Robert Cocks & co., London ; 1895 : 53933, 
Oct. 23 ; Ic. Oct. 23 ; 2c. Dec. 27. 5040 

Brichanteau; ou. La vie d'un comedien, piece 
on 4 :ictes et 5 tableaux, tiree du roman de 
Jules Claretie par M. de Feraudy. 38 p. 8°. 

Proof. 

© Maurice de Feraudy, Paris ; D : 8648, 
June 6, 1906; 2c. June 6, 1906. 5041 

Brick-top; a comedy in 4 acts, by A. S. Richard- 
son. 

© Anna S. Richardson, Del Norte, Col.; 
1890 : 26110, Aug. 25. 5042 



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5063 



Brickey; a farcical drama in 3 acts and 3 
scenes, by B. A. Baker. 

© B. A. Balier, Greeley, la.; 1883:8349, 
May 7. 5043 

Bridal (The) bureau; burlesque in 2 parts, book 
and lyrics by Billie Burke. [2], 42 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Jiine 11, 1914; D: 37289; William 
Francis Burke, New York. 5043a 

Bridal (The) chamber; a musical burlesque, by 
H. Montague. 

© Harry Montague, New York ; 1897 : 16722, 
Mar. 11. 5044 

a 1 act pantomime play. 

© Robert P. McNutt, Cambridgeport, Mass. ; 
1896 : 11822, Feb. 21. 5045 

Bridal (The) of Olivette; opera comique in 3 
acts, English adaptation by H. B. Farnie, 
composed by Audran. 

© Helen Lenoir, New York; 1880:18454, 
Dee. 4. 5046 

Bridal (The) of Pennacook; entertainment in 
tableaux and pantomime, illustrating an In- 
dian legend, adapted from a poem by J. G. 
Whittier, by Harriet H. Pierson. Franklin, 
O., Eldridge entertainment house. 15 p. 12". 
© Nov. 1, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1913 ; D : 35438 ; 
Eldridije entertainment house, Franklin, O. 

5047 

Bridal (The) of Trierniain. See Triermain. 

Bridal (The) suit; farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Hayden. 135 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1915; D: 40575; Jack Hay- 
den, New York. 5048 

Bridal (A) tour; a comedy in 5 acts, by A. 
Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York ; 1874 : 390, 
Jan. 12. 5049 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by H. C. Ken- 



nedy. 

© H. C. Kennedy, United States; 1880: 
6457, Apr. 26. 5050 

Bridal (The) trap; libretto by S. Rosenfield. 
New York, Willis Woodward & company. 

© Sydney Rosenfield, United States; 1886: 
11185, May 11; 2c. .Tune 1. 5051 

Bridal (A) trip; comedy in 1 act, by Harry 
Ilurst. New York, S. French; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1911. 18 p. 12°. 

© Nov, 20, 1911; 2c. Nov. 20, 1911; D: 
25799 ; Samuel French, New York. 5052 

Bride (The); 1 act play, by F. C, Seavey. 8 p. 
4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1910 ; D : 22222 ; Frances Cop- 
ley Seavey, Chicago. 5053 



Bride (The) — Continued. 

a play in 3 acts, by Mrs. M. E. Henry- 

Rnffin. 

© Mrs. M. E. Henry-Ruffin, Mobile; D: 

14758, Jan. 6, 1909. 5054 

Bride (A) adorned for her husband, See God 
is love. 

Bride (A) among robbers. See 01, wie nehni 
ich sie? 

Bride and bridegroom. See His jealous wife. 

Bride (The) and groom opera,; a melodrama in 
4 acts, by B. F. Downs. Typewritten. 

© Benjamin F. Downs, Wilmington, Del.; 
1900 A : 25281, Oct. 11 ; 2c. Nov. 12. 5055 

Bride (A) by proxy; a modern comedy in 3 
acts, by Ciu-ida [pseud, of Ida Carpenderl 
suggested by one of the doubtful plays of 
Wm. Shakespeare, entitled The London prod- 
igal. 

© Ida Carpender, New York; 1890:41305, 
Dec. 26. 5056 

Bride (A) by telephone; play in 1 act, by F. 
Clark. 6 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Frank Clark and Clarance Taylor, Cleve- 
land ; D:3149, Mar. 16, 1903; Ic. Mar. 16, 
1903. 5057 

Bride (The) from home; vaudeville sketch in 
1 act, by W. Steell. Boston, W. H. Baker & 
CO., 1912. 11 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 14, 1912; 2c. Feb. 15, 1912; D: 
28696; Willis Steell, Islip, N. Y, 5058 

Bride (The) of Bergamo; a comic opera in 3 
acts, English libretto, adapted from the 
French, with original stage business, dialogue 
and lyrics, by J. S. Greensfelder. 

© Joseph S. Greensfelder, New York ; 1889 : 
25314, Aug. 19. 5059 

Bride (The) of chaos; Russo-Polish drama in 
6 epochs, by I. Tyrrell. 

© Inigo Tyrrell, Chicago ; 1888 : 37120, Dec. 
28. 5060 

Bride (The) of Ischia; by Anna Randall-Diehl. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; 1899: 

2.3021, Mar. 31. 5061 

Bride (The) of Lammermoor; a tragedy in 5 

acts, by F. S. Ganter. 

© Franz S. Ganter, New Orleans; 1873: 

433, Jan. 17. 5062 
See also Ravenswood. 

Bride (The) of Lausanne; a domestic drama in 
3 acts, tr. and adapted from Le presbytere of 
Madame Louis Figuier, by F. A. Durivage. 

© Francis A. Durivage. United States; 
1872 : 7857, July 23. 5063 



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5064 



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5078 



Bride (The) of Messina. 
Orleans. 



See Maid (The) of 



Bride of Morocco; opera in 3 acts, by W. Borch- 
ert and .lolin H. Nevins. 75 p. 4". Type- 
written, 

© William Borchert, Fond du Lac, Wis. ; 
D : 6S25, June 16, 1905 ; 2c. June 16, 1905. 

5064 

Bride (The) of '76. 8ee Captive (The) 

Bride (The) of Sixth avenue; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. F. Milliken. 

© James F. Milliken, New York; 1883: 
21709, Nov. 23. 5065 

Bride (The) of the buccaneers. Bee Captain 
Kidd. 

Bride (The) of the Moor; by August Stramm 
authorized translation from the German. {In 
Poet lore, v. 25, no. 6, Nov.-Dec, 1914; peri- 
odical © Dec. 19, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1914 ; B : 
334338; Poet lore co., Boston) 5065a 

Bride (The) of the sea. See Venice. 

Bride (The) of the sun; romantic opera in 3 
acts, libretto by G. F. Park and C. L. Felt. 

© George Frederick Park and Carle Lee 
Felt, Philadelphia ; 1897 : 29112, May 12. 5066 

Bride (The) of Union square. See Hosemi 
Shell. 

Bride (The) of Woodwilde. See Gladys. 

Bride roses; a scene, by W. D. Howells. Bos- 
ton and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and 
company, 1900. 48 p., 1 1. 24°. 

© William Dean Howells, New York; 1900 
A : 12455, May 18 ; 2c. May 21. 5067 

Bride (The) shop; musical comedy in 1 act, by 
F. de Gresac. 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1914; D: 36301; Fred de 
Gresac, New York. 5067a 

Bride (The) special; dramatic sketch in 1 act, 
by L. J. Carter. 12 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Sept. 10, 1914; 2c. Sept. 15, 1914; D: 
38124; Lincoln J. Carter, Chicago. 5067b 

Bride (The), the bogie and the blood. See 
Blue Beard. 

Bride (The) to be; 1 act playlet, by R. W. 
Peck. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 27. 1912; D : 30661 ; Raymond 
W. Peck, Rockville Center, N. Y. 5068 



Brideg-room's (A) dream, 
of passion. 



See Victims (The) 



Bridegroom's (A) mistake; or. The coon that 
married for money, written and composed 
by J. M. Janson. Tyiiewritten. 

© James Melville Janson, Fall River, Mass. ; 
1890 : 10925, Apr. 2 ; 2c. Apr. 2. 5069 



Bridegroom's (The) reverie; by D. G. Sykes. 
Typewritten. 

© Drucie Gilmore Sykes, Chicago ; D : 355, 
Apr. 17, 1901 ; 2c. Apr. 6, 1901. 5070 

a 1 act play, by E. A. Martin. 8 p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© Edgar Allin Martin, Chicago; D : 183, 
Mar. 6, 1901 ; 2c. Mar. 15, 1901. 5071 

Bride's (A) Christmas tree; a monologue, by 
B. B. Hay ward. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Beatrice Brooke Hayward, Wayland, 
Mass.; D : 6081, Jan. 16, 1905; 2c. Jan. 16, 
1905. 5072 



See No wedding bells 



Bride's (A) confession, 
for her. 

Bride's (The) day; farce in 3 acts, by M. C. 
Berry. [29] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1913; D: 34164; Muriel C. 
Berry, Los Angeles. 5073 

Brides of Bellingham. 

© Otto Collings, New York ; D : 13289, July 
3, 1908. 5074 

— a comic opera in 3 acts, by O. Collings. 53 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Otto Collings, Virginia Beach, Va. ; D: 
11492, Oct. 7, 1907; (1 advance c. Oct. 7, 1907. 
43 p. t". Typewritten) 2c. June 23, 1908. 

5075 



Brides (The) of Garrygowen. 
(The) bawn. 



See Colleen 



Brides (The) of Sayville. 
(The) 



See Yachtsman 



Brides of the colony; a light opera, by Francis 
Lea. Typewritten. 

© Frank L. Williams, Washington; 1899: 
34293, May 22; 2c. June 1. 5076 

Bride's (The) sister; an original American 
drama in 4 acts, by P. V. Mighels. 110 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Philip V. Mighels. New York; D : 6869, 
June 23, 1905 ; 2c. June 23, 1905. 5077 

Bridesmaids (The); a comedy operetta in 3 acts, 
book by S. Stange, lyrics by V. Bryan, music 
by Harry Von Tilzen. 130 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Libretto only] 

© Stanislaus Stange and Vincent Bryan, 
New York; D : 12792, Apr. 21, 1908; 2c. Apr. 
29, 1908. 5078 

Bridey; original farce with music in 3 acts and 
an interlude, libretto by R. Oliver [pseud, ot" 
Henry Wliite] and C. Dickson, music by H. 
Bernhardt Olsen. 125 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[AVords only] 

© Ic. July 12, 1915; D: 41262; Rohnid 
Oliver and Charles Dickson, New York. 5078a 



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5101 



Bridge; comedy in 3 acts, by I. J. Crandall. 74 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1910 ; D : 22584 ; Irene Jean 
Crandall, Cliicago. 5079 

drama, by R. Hughes. 

© Rupert Hughes, New York; D 



11052, 
5080 



July 26, 1907 

— a drama in 4 acts, by A. Ramsey. 144 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Alicia Ramsey, London; D : 10514, May 
8, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1907. 5081 

— dramatic episode in 1 act, by Seton Mal- 
calm, adapted from a short story by Philip 
O'Farrell. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 2, 1911; D: 25132; C. Aubrey 
Smith, West Drayton, England. 5083 

— piece en 4 actes [par] P. Certon. 164 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 15, 1909; D: 17381; Pierre Ber- 
ton, Paris. 5083 

— a play in 4 acts, by L. R. Smith, 
© Lena R. Smith, New York; D : 9097, 



Sept. 17, 1906. 



5084 



Bridge (The) and other poems; by Dorothy 
Landers Beall. New York, M. Kennerley, 
1913. 218 p. 12°. 

Dkamatic contents : The bridge. — The 
mirror. 

© Dec. 10, 1913; 2c. Dec. 18, 1913; A: 
361222; Mitchell Kennerley, New York. 5085 

Bridge (The) at midnight; original comedy 
sketch in 2 scenes, by R. Robbins. 4 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1915 ; D : 39691 ; Robert Rob- 
bins, Philadelphia. 5085a 

Bridge (A) of glass; a comedy drama, by Olive 
Logan and W. Sikes. 

© Wirt Sikes, New York ; 1872 : 8694, Aug. 
14. 5086 

Bridge (The) of life; a thrilling sensational 
comedy drama in 3 acts, by James Collins. 

© Luke J. Wilson, New York ; 1898 : 39S31, 
July 1. ^ 5087 

Bridge (The) of sighs, 

© Joseph Hennessy, New York ; D : 3416. 
May 11, 1903. 5088 

an entirely original society sensation in 4 

acts, by J. Templeton. 

© ,Tohn Templeton, New York; 1873:9852. 
Sept. 2. 5089 

opera bouffe in 4 acts, by J. Offenbach, 

words by Cremieux and Halevy. 

© Marie Aimee, New York; 1871:11270, 
Nov. 28; 2c. Dec. 15. 5090 



Bridge of stars; or. The impressment, play in 
1 act. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1912; D: 30186; Conrad 
Henry Bryant Schaefer, Chicago. 5091 

Bridge (The) of the gods; drama in 4 acts, from 
story of F. H. Balch, by M. A. Ferris. [91] 
p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 11, 1912; D: 29931; Mabel A. 
Ferris, Portland, Or. 5092 

in 4 acts, dramatized by M. A. Ferris, from 

the book of the same name by F, H. Balch. 
18 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 20, 1911; D:^24742; Mabel A. 
Ferris, Portland, Or. 5093 

Bridge (The) pantomime; a unique entertain- 
ment for amateur production, by Georgia 
Richards Wilson. 

© Mrs. Charles H. Wilson, Glens Falls, 
N. Y. ; D : 534, May 31, 1901. 5094 

Bridge (A) tangle; a play in 4 acts, by Mrs. F. 
Wright and Mrs. C. Porter. 115 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Mrs. Frank Wright and Mrs. Caleb Por- 
ter, London ; D : 14180, Oct. 31, 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 
31, 1908. 5095 

Bridges unburned; a play in 3 acts, by Freder- 
ick Spangler [pseud, of F. S. Cantwell] and 
G. C. Rodgers. 1.58 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© G. Cleveland Rodgers, New York; D: 
9766, Jan. 2, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1906. 5096 

Bridget; a 4 act original, farcical comedy, by 
E. E: Kidder. 

© Edward E. Kidder, New York ; 1885 : 105, 
Jan. 2. 5097 

Bridget Branagan's troubles; or. The masquer- 
ade ball, an Irish farce, introducing songs, 
etc., in 1 act, by Emmet Haskett. Clyde, O., 
Ames' publishing co. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1895:14080. 
Mar. 11 ; 2c. Mar. 25. 5098 

Bridgetown (The) fly brigade; play in 3 acts, 
by E. D. Read. 20 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 18, 1915; D: 40984; Elizabeth 
Day Read, Detroit. 5098a 

Bridget's baby; an original farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Scott Marble and Wm. F. Carroll. 
© George W. Monroe and Robert B. Mon- 
roe, Sayville, N. Y. ; 1890 : 24797, Aug. 8. 5099 

-See also Aunt Bridget's baby. 

Bridget's love making; by M. H. McMann. 

© Margaret Harrington McMann, New 
York; D : 406, Apr. 29, 1901. 5100 

Bridget's trials; a monologue, by Adrienne 
Roncolle. Chicago, The Dramatic publishing 
company, 1908. 9 p. 12". 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 14728, 
Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 5101 



239 



5102 



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5124 



Bridlebrook, a son of the soil. 

© Charles C. Maubury and Charles Ober- 
ton, New York ; 1SS4 : 601, Jan. S ; 2c. Jan. 12. 

5102 

Brief (Der) an Nepotian. See Napoleon II. 
Brigand (The) f". Typewritten. 

© Leigh R. Whipper, New York; D : 5395, 
Aug. 8, 1904; 2c. Aug. 8, 1904. 5103 

original Moorish comic opera in 3 acts, by 

A. A. Knipe. 96 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Alden Arthur Knipe, New York ; D : 6651, 
May 9, 1905; 2c. June 15, 1905. 5104 

Brigand (The) of Bellamar; a musical frivol in 
2 acts, book and lyrics by F. George, music by 
Lloyd A. Grigsby. 33 p. f . Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 7, 1909; D : 16214 ; Frederic 
George, Syracuse, N. Y. 5105 

Brigandage preferred. See Etheria. 
Brigande (La); operette en 3 actes, de Maurice 

de Marsan, musique de Aime Lachaume. 

Paris, Enoch & cie, 1907. 159 p. 8°. 
© Enoch & CO.. Paris; D : 10542, May 11, 

1907; 2c. May 11, 1907. 5106 

Brigands; play in 1 act, by W. Hanlon. [1], 
20 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1911 ; D : 23802 ; Wm. Han- 
lon, Cohasset, Mass. 5107 

Brigand's (The) daughter; historical drama in 
4 acts, by E. F. Kreyer. 

© Edmund F. Kreyer, Chicago ; D : 1780, 
Apr. 24, 1902. ' 5108 

Brigand's (The) fate. See Zamiel. 

Brigand's (The) love story. 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ralph MacDonald, Lowell, Mass., and 
Rutheua Belmer. Haverhill, Mass. ; D : 15237. 
Mar. 3, 1909 ; Ic. Mar. 3, 1909. 5109 

dramatic sketch in 1 act, by R. MacDonald. 

20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1910; D: 20097; Ralph Mac- 
Donald, Lowell. 5110 

Brigands (The) of New York; a drama in 4 
acts, by H. P. Halsey. 

© Harlan P. Halsey, New York; 1873: 
3835, Apr. 14. 5111 

Brigand's (The) sacrifice. See Marcoretti. 

Bright and Gay, attorn eys-at-law; comedy in 
3 acts, bv Edgar B. and Herbert O'Connor. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1903. 33 p. 12°. 
(On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 3938, 
Sept. 14. 1903; 2c. Oct. 20, 1903. 5112 

Bright & Gay, barristers. Typewritten. 

© H. O'Connor, Seattle; 1895:28745, May 
28; 2c. May 31. ' 5113 



Bright Bohemia. See Interviews. 

Bright eyes; musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
Charles Dickson. 114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1909 ; D : 17608 ; M. Witmark 
& sons. New York. 5114 

or. The little Bohemian, an original drama 

in 3 acts, by F. Marsden [pseud, of W. A. 
Sliver] 

© Fred. Marsden, New York; 1874:9023, 
July 9. 5115 

Bright idea; by Arthur Law. London, J. Wil- 
liams, ltd. ; New York, Edward Schuberth & 
CO., 1904. 19 p. 8". 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London ; D : 5142, 
June 7, 1904; 2c. June 7, 1904. 5116 

Bright (The) lights; by J. E. Fennessy. 

© James E. Fennessy, Cincinnati ; 1899 : 
74572, Nov. 15. 5117 

Bright (A) penny; or, Hero of the day, mu- 
sical lyric comedy in 3 acts, by L. De Smidt. 
© Louis De Smidt, New York; D : 10905, 
July 5, 1907. 5118 

Bright summer; a drama in 1 act, by W. W. 
Miller. Typewritten. 

© William W. Miller, Kingston, N. Y.; 
1896:17478, Mar. 19; Ic. Mar. 16. 5119 

Brightest (The) name; a fantasy, by E. Law- 
rence Jenkins. 

© Hints pub. co.. New York ; D : 2350, Sept. 
17, 1902. 5120 

Brigitta; play in 5 acts, by A. Maeulen. 40 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1911 ; D : 24840 ; Adolph Maeu- 
len, Evansville, Ind. 5121 

Brignol and his daughter; comedy in 3 acts, 
by Alfred Capus. tr. by Barrett H. Clark. 
New York, S. French; London, S. French, ltd. 
[10151 72 p. 12". (On cover: French's 
standard library ed.) 

© ]\Iar. 27, 1915; 2c. Mar. 29, 1915; D: 
40204; Samuel French, New York. 5121a 

Brignol et sa fille. See Theatre; par Alfred 
Capus. — Theatre complet; [par] Alfred 
Capus. 

Brilliant (A) idea. Typewritten. 

© Maribel Seymour, Buffalo; 1897:14519, 
Mar. 1 ; 2c. Mar. 1. 5122 

Brindle (The) heifer; musical comedy in 3 
acts, by E. B. Fitz. 

© E. B. Fitz, New York; 1889:15498, May 
23. 5123 

Bringing up father; comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by F. Chapin. [115] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 12, 1913; D: 35319; Frederic 
Chapin, New York. 5124 



240 



5124 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



5144 



Bringing up mother; play in 2 acts, by Johu 
P'owler. 2 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1915; D: 41481; Gus Hill, 
New York. 5124a 

Brink (The); by Abner Wood. 

© Russell A. Wood, Cambridge, Mass. ; D : 
14525, Dec. 12, 1908. 5125 

a play in 5 acts, by M. Licbtenstadter. 



[11, 79 p. r. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1912; D:290SG; Milton 
Tjichtenstadter, San Francisco. 5126 

Brist; [skuespil i 3 akter] af Peter Egge. Kristi- 
ania og Kj0benhavn, Gvklendalske bogliandel, 
Xordlsk forlag, 1914. 210 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 12, 1914; Ic. Dec. 31, 1914; D: 
40350 ; Gyldendalske boghandel, Nordisk for- 
lag, Christiania, Norway. 5126a 

Brittania; a drama in 3 acts, by M. Bertsch. 
64 p. r. Typewritten. 

© Marguerite Bertsch, New York ; D : 9656. 
Dec. 18, 1906; 2c. Dec. 18, 1906. 5127 

Briten (Die) und die Boeren. See Prasident 
Krueger, der Bismarck des Transvaals. 

Britisch-Transvaal'sche (Der) krieg in Siid- 
Afrika, 1899-1900; Oder, Zwei kleine re- 
publiken und ein weltreich, drama in 5 
akten und einen illusorischen nachtspiel ge- 
nannt, Das ende des krieges, bearbeitet von 
J. Wormser. 

© Jean Wormser, Chicago; 1900 A: 3257, 
Feb. 5. 5128 

British (The) oarsmen; or, Columbia's victory, 
an original drama in 3 acts, by J. Pilgrim. 

© James Pilgrim, Philadelphia ; 1878 : 8628. 
July 25. 5129 

British (A) spy. 

© Frank C. Payne and Michael Ahern, 
Chicago; 1889:26914, Sept. 4. 5130 

a drama of 1776, by E. Z. C. Judson (Ned 

Buntline [pseud.] 

© E. Z. C. Judson, Stamford, Conn.; 1886: 
416G, Feb. 18. 5131 

Briton's daughter; drama