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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

COPYRIGHTED IN 

THE UNITED STATES 



1870 TO 1916 ^ i^F 



VOL. 2 
TO Z 



WITH SUPPLEMENT OF TITLES REGISTERED 
DURING 1915 AND 1916 

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alte burschenherrlichkeit; ein frohliches 

spiel von sludcntinnen am llhein, in 3 akten, 

von Karl Miiller. Berlin, E. Bloch. 68 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1913; D : 33448 ; Eduard 

Bloch, Berlin. 33177 

heilige Cacilie; histspiel in 4 akten, von Hell- 
nun h :\Iielke luid Gustav Ollendorff. Berlin, 
Hai-nionie verlagssesellschaft fiir literatur 
luid kunst. 75 p. 8°. 

© July 14. 1910; 2c. July 14, 1910; D: 
21.556; Harnionie-verlag, Berlin. 33178 

0, Henry; or, A woman after all. play in 1 act, 
by F. S. Holmes. 9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 28. 1915 ; D : 40503 ; Florence S. 
Holmes, Trenton, N. J. 33179 

0. I. C; a vaudeville farce in 1 act, by F. Ber- 
nard. 

© Franklin Bernard, Denver, Col.; D: 
10040, Feb. 28, 1907. 33180 

0, I see. /S'ee Vic. 

0. Jee; i)lay in 3 acts, by H. Talbot. [98] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aus;. 14, 1913 ; D : 34141 ; Hayden Tal- 
bot, New York. 33181 

0. K. (The) g'irl; by W. M. Cressy and J. A. 
( '.olden. 23 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph A. Golden, New York ; D : 14956, 
Jan. 30, 1909; 2c. Jan. 30, 1909. 33182 

6 locura 6 santidad; drama en 3 actos y en 
prosa, por Jose Echejxaray, ed. with notes and 
vocabularv bv P. F. Walker. Cincinnati. 1903. 
127 p. 1G°. 

© Paul F. Walker, Cincinnati; D : 43.38, 
Nov. 19, 1903; 2c. Apr. 8, 1904. 33183 

0-nii-iy; a musical comedy in 1 act, by S. Hicks. 
[2], 43 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1912; D: 30898; Seymour 
Hicks, London. 33184 

O! mother o' mine; 1 act play, by J. J. Magin- 
nis. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic Sept. 7. 1909 ; D : 16715 ; James J. 
Mnginnis. Brighton, Mass. 33185 

O. 0. Hoc; a comic opera, by G. Pierce. 

© G. A. t>ierce, Bismarck, Dak.; 1886: 
16413, July 19. 33186 



O rare Colorado; a pastoral drama in 3 acts, 
scenes and characters in and of Colorado, by 
•Joaquin Miller [p.seud. of Cincinnatus H. Mil- 
ler] 

© C. H. Miller, Chicago ; 1881 : 13956. Sept. 
12. 33187 

O rats! vaudeville sketch in 1 act and 1 scene, 
for three people, by W. Wray, jr. [1], 12 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1913; D: 34826; William 
Wray, jr.. New York. 33188 

Sen San, the wood fairy; a Japanese fairy 
opei-etta in 1 act, book and lyrics by J. W. 
Standish, music by J. A. Silben^erg. [2], 12 
p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Joseph W. Standish and J. A. Silberberg, 
New York; D : 645, July 8, 1901; 2c. July 8, 
1901. 33189 

0-U- tango; a musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
K. C. Vose and W. J. Seligman. [66] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Oct. 23, 1914 ; D : 38587 ; Wellesley J. 
Seligman, Boston. 33189a 

universe; spectacular (allegorical) musical 
drama in 3 acts, by J. C. Roeber. 14 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. ["Words only] 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1912; D : 29041 ; .Joseph O. 
Itoeber and David S. Samuels, New York. 

33190 

winsome Bessie! from The banshee, a drama 
of Irish life, by 1*. J. Higgins, music by J. P. 
Burns. 

© P. J. Higgins, Wilkes Barre, Pa. ; 1894 : 
18571, Apr. 9. 33191 

O you chaperone; in 1 act, by DeWitte Kaplan 
[pseud, of Y. DeW. Kaplan] [25] p. 4'. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1910 ; D : 21841 ; Ysabel De- 
Witte Kaplan, Englewood, N. J. 33192 

Oak farm; comedy drama in 3 acts, by Anthony 
E. Wills. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1905. 
62 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D:6640, 
May 5, 1905 ; 2c. Aug. 9, 1905. 33193 



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Oak farm — Continued. 

a 5 act rural comedy drama, by Louis G. 

Modemann. [47] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© L. G. Modemann, Paterson, N. J. ; D : 
7347, Oct. 2, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 2, 1905. 33194 

Oak (The) settle; comedy in 1 act, by Harold 
Brighouse. New York, S. French ; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1911. 24 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 31, 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 1, 1911 ; D : 23817 ; 
Samuel Fi-ench, ltd., London. 33195 

Oftkdales (The); by W. J. Lynd. 

© William .L Lynd, Hertford, N. C. ; 1886 : 
21407, Sept. 24; 2c. Sept. 24. 33196 

Oasis (The); a play in 3 acts and 3 scenes, laid 
in fierniantown, Pa., on the subject of divorce, 
by .L N. Gill. 

© .John Nelson Gill, Philadelphia ; D : 14667. 
Dec. 31, 1908. 33197 

Oaten (The) cakes; historical play for little 

folks in 3 scenes, by R. Woodman. Franklin, 

O., Eldridge entertainment house. 18 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 19, 1912 ; D : 31170 ; 

Ilea Woodman, Poughkeepsie, N, Y. 33198 

Oath (The) Typewritten. 

© Edward Kraupa, Philadelphia; 1892: 
19320, May 5; Ic. June 30. 33199 



— ■ drama in 4 acts, by R. Schubering. 93 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Richard SchuberinEc, Alameda, Cal. ; D : 
9143, Sept. 10, 1906; le. Sept. 10, 1906; Ic. 
May 14, 1907. 33200 

— play in 4 acts and a prologue, by L. Leon. 
98 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1915 ; D : 42247 ; Louis Leon, 
Atlantic City. 33200a 

play in 1 act, by Seumas MacManus. con- 



(l(M!sed and arr. in its present form, by F. 
Keenaii. [2]. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1910 ; D : 22289 ; Frank Kee- 
nan, New York. 33201 

— play in 1 act, 1 scene, by M. L. White. 4 p. 
1., 34 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 22, 1914 ; D : 38578 ; Montgomery 
Lewis White, Austin, Tex. 33201a 

— a romantic melodrama in 5 acts, by G. 



Hoey. 

© George Hoev, New York; 1887:31286. 
Dec. 3. 33202 

Oath (The) of allegiance; by .7. B. Connelly 
and .7. Drumeir. 

© James Bernard Connelly and Jack Dru- 
meir. Philadelphia; D : 4117, Oct. 20. 1903. 

33203 



Oath (The) of Hippocra.tes; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. J. Eddy. 

© Arthur Jerome Eddy, Chicago; D: 14617, 
Dec. 24, 1908. 33204 

Oath (The) of my nation; or. The wandering 
Jew, drama of 4 acts, by I. Rosenthal. [33] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 20, 1912; D: 31343; Isidor 
Rosenthal, New York. 33205 

Oath (The) of the twelve. See Captain Fire- 
brand. 

Oath of veng-eance; a Spanish- American melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by M. A. Somers. Type- 
written. 

© Martin A. Somers, Philadelphia : D : 
215, Mar. 14, 1901 ; 2c. Mar. 14, 1901. 33206 

See also Countess Vera. 

Obadiah's Christmas; sketch in 1 act, by J. M. 
Maxwell. 20 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 15, 1911; D : 23661 ; John M. 
Maxwell, Indianapolis. 33207 

Obed Owler and the prize writers; a humorous 
drnina iu 3 acts, by JI. H. G. Clarke (Nina 
Gray Clarke) Boston, W. H. Baker & 
CO., 1889. 

© Mary H. Gray Clarke, Cambridgeport, 
Mass.; 1889:6242, Feb. 23; 2c. April 22. 

33208 
Obedience; original American comedy in 4 acts, 
2 entre-acts and 5 scenes, by A. B. Miller. 

© Alex B. Miller, New York ; D : 13234. 
June 24, 1908. 33209 

Obelisk (The) See Mirth. 

Ober (Dei-); komijdie in 4 akt^'u, von Gustav 
Esmann, deutsch von Hans Brennert. Berlin- 
Charlottenburg, Axel Juncker verlag. 140 p. 
12°. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1913 ; D : 32465 ; Anstalt fiir 
aufCiihrungsrecht, Charlottenburg, Germanv. 

33210 

Oberamniergauer passions-spiels; historisch- 
kritische ausgabe, umfassond den urtext von P. 
Ottmar Weiss mit proben uer gesamten alteren 
textentv\n'ckluug und vollem variantenajipai-at 
fiir (lie iimformung durch .7. A. Daisenberger, 
erstdruck der Ottmar Wolss'chen fassung. 
1810 Jubilaums-ausgabe 1910, mit noten- 
beilagen, portraits, 2 faksimiles, besorgt von 
Otto Mausser, . Diessen vor IMiinehen, Ver- 
higsanstalt Jos. C. Huber. xxii, 313 p. 12°. 

© May 25, 1910; 2c. June 28, 1910; D: 
21433; Verlag Jos. C Huber, Diessen vor 
Munich. 33211 

Oberen (Die) zehntausend; operette, text von 
Julius Freund, nmsik von Gustavo Kerker. 
Berlin, Ed. Bote & G. Bock [1909] 52 p. 12°. 
© Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin; D:15S06, 
Apr. 21, 1909; 2c. Apr. 21, 1909; 2c. Mav 26. 
1909. 3i3212 



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33232 



Oberine; or, The nymph of the Adriatic, [an 
oriccinal extravaganza in 2 acts and 7 scenes] 
bj' W. Summers, music by E. Jakobowski and 
J. O. Shepherd. 103 p. 8°. Printed. [Words 
only] 

© Walter Summers, London ; D : 1396, Feb. 
5, 1902; 2c. Feb. 5, 1902; Ic. (typewritten) 
Dec. 28, 1901. 33213 

Oberle (Les); pi&ce en 5 tableaux, d'apres le 
roman de Rene Bazin, par E. Haraucourt. 
[Paris, Impr. de rillustration] 1905. 72 p. 
12°. 

© Edmond Haraucourt, Paris ; D : 7602, 
Nov. 23, 1905; 2c. Nov. 23, 1905. 33214 

Oberst Mbbius; schauspiel in 3 akten, von Hans 
Hauptmann. 69 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1910; D: 20876; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 33215 

Obesity (The) cure; a sketch in 1 act, by Charles 
Horwitz. [2], 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1913; D : 32323 ; Nellie C. 
Beyer, Forest Hills, Mass. 33216 

Obeying orders; Ethiopian military sketch in 1 
scene, by John Arnold, arr. by Charles White. 
New York, R. M. De Witt, 1874. 6 p. 12°. 
([De Witt's Ethiopian and comic drama, no. 
22]) 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1874: 
15819, Dec. 31 ; 2c. Jan. 9, 1875. 33217 

Object (An) in view. See Only one. 

Object (An) lesson; a dramatic episode, by 
Frederic Sargent. [1], 15 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1912; D : 30043 ; Jerrold 
Robertshaw, London. 33218 

Same. New York, S. French ; TiOndon, S. 

French, ltd., 1912. 24 p. 12°. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 2407] ) 

© Sept. 25, 1912; 2c. Sept. 30, 1912; D: 
30992; Samuel French, ltd., London. 33219 

sketch in 1 act, by A. H. Virtue. 11 p. 



Object, matrimony — Continued. 
farce in 1 act, by S. Schell and Carr Alli- 
son. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 31, 1909; D : 16669 ; Sherril 
Schell, New York. 33223 

a farcical comedy in 1 act, by H. E. Hamp- 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23, 1912; D: 29456; A. Hoi ton 
Virtue, Boston. 33220 

Object, matrimony; comedy drama sketch in 1 

act, by F. Schaefer. [16] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1911; D: 24207; Fred 

Schaefer, San Francisco. 33221 

comedy in 1 act, by M. Glass. 21 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 17, 1915; D : 40969 ; Montague 
Glass, New Rochelle, N. Y. 33221a 

dramatic sketch in 1 act, by W. Holcomb. 

© Willard Holcomb, Washington ; 1897 : 
23208, Apr. 13. 33222 



shire. Ms. and typewritten. 

© Harry E. Hampshire, Philadelphia ; 1892 : 
14173, Mar. 31 ; 2c. Mar. 31. 33224 

Objections removed; one act farce, by A. L. 
Zeller. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Louis Zeller, St. Louis; 1898: 
59280, Oct. 8 ; Ic. Oct. 8. 33225 

Objekt (Das); eine anwaltsgroteske in 3 akten, 
von Fritz Selten. 99 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1911; D : 23827 ; Vertriebs- 
stelle des Verbandes deutscher biihuenschrift- 
steller, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 33226 

O'Brien, the detective. See Italian (The) 
fisherman. 

O'Brien's new house; farce comedy in 8 acts, by 
A. Barrowclough. [10], 72 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 14, 1912 ; D : 31393 ; Arthur Bar- 
rowclough, Paterson. 33227 

O'Brien's trip to the Bronx. 4 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Joe J. Conlan, Brooklyn ; D : 4171, Nov. 
2, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 30, 1903. 33228 

Observant (The) Mr. Finestone; vaudeville 
>-ketch in 2 parts, by L. R. De Lisle. 10 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© 1 c. Oct. 7, 1914 ; D : 38422 ; Louise R. De 
Lisle, New York. 33228a 

Obsession; psvchic drama in 4 acts, by C. G. 
Herbine and B. Rolt. [6], 132 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 13, 1912 ; D : 31384 ; Charlotte G. 
Herbine, New York, and Bernard Rolt, Lon- 
don. 33229 

Obstinate (The) family; farce in 1 act, tr. and 
adapted from the German, by E. M. Spooner. 
16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1910 ; D : 22159 ; Edna May 
Spooner, Jersey City. 33230 

Obstinate (The) professor. 15 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© C. D. Charles, New York ; D : 2144, July 
21, 1902 ; 2c. July 21, 1902. 33231 

Obstinate (An) Romeo. See Tricks of trade. 

Obstinate (The) visitant. 

© Clement D. Charles, New York ; D : 451, 
Apr. 23, 1901. 33232 



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Obstruction (The); drama in 4 acts, by J. Hol- 
lorau. [2], 79 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 22, 1910; D : 22351 ; John Hol- 
loran, Yonkers, N. Y. 33233 

O'Callahan of the locks; comedy sketch, by 
T. J. Nawn. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 26, 1915 ; D : 41100 ; Thomas J. 
Nawn, Hillsdale, N. J. 33233a 

Occident (L'); piece en 3 actes, par H. Kiste- 
niaeekers. 38 p. 4°. (lu La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 43.-27 decembre 1913, serie-theatre, 
no. 23) 

© Dec. 27. 1913 ; 2c. Feb. 3, 1914 ; D : 35903 ; 
Henry Kistemaeckers, Paris. 33233b 

Occupe-toi d'Amelie; piece en 3 actes et 4 tab- 
leaux, par G. Feydeau. 64 p. 4°. (L'lllus- 
trution theatrale, 7" annee-174, 25 mars 1911) 
© Mar. 25, 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 6, 1911 ; D : 23S56 ; 
Georges Feydeau, Paris. 33234 

Ocean (The); or, The Isle of Atlantis, a novel 
spectacular drama with original music for 
songs :uid ballet in 4 acts and 8 tableaux, by 
C. F. Pidgin. 

© Charles F. Pidgin, Boston ; 1882 : 9555, 
June 10. 33235 

Ocean (The) child; operetta in 1 scene, by E. 
Carleton. 

© Elizabeth Carleton, New York; 1877: 
2825, Mar. 8. 33236 

Ocean (The) mail; a nautical drama in 4 acts 
and 4 scenes, by R. M. Taylor. 

© Uobert M.Taylor, New York; 1881: 
937, Jan. 17. 33237 

Ocean to ocean. See Argonauts (The) of '49. 

Ocean (An) voyag'e; a dramatic and musical 
composition, by H. ]\Iontague. 

© Harry Montague, New York ; 1897 : 24523, 
Apr. 20. 33238 

Ocean waif, a story of the sea; nautical drama 
in 4 acts, by E. G. Webber. 

© Edvvina Grey Webber, Augusta, Me. ; D : 
5814, Nov. 23, 1904. 33239 

Ochavos (Los); disparate comico-lirico, en 1 
actoyon prosn. oi-iginal de M. Muzas y J. Lopez 
Barbadillo, mfisica del maestro Arturo Esco- 
bar*. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 
1910. 38, 4 p. 12°. 

© May 23, 1910; 2c. May 24. 1910; D: 
211 r>0; I\iariano Muzas & Joatiuia Lopez Bar- 
badillo, Madrid. 33240 

O'Connor's child. See O'Connor's curse. 

O'Connor's curse; or. Love's triumph, an emo- 
tional drama, by M. Higgins, founded on 
Campbell's poem, O'Connor's child. 

© Marguerite Higgins, Brooklyn; 1879: 
5790, Apr. 30. 33241 



O'Connor's oath; or, All through Steele, a play, 
by C. E. Callahan. 

© Charles E. Callahan, Cincinnati; 1876: 
12469, Nov. 8. 33242 

Octava (La) mara villa; entremgs llrico [de] F. 
Perez Capo. 21, [8] p. 12°. 

© Felipe Perez Capo, Madrid ; D : 14697. 
Jan. 2, 1909; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 33243 

Octave; comedie en 1 acte de Y. Mirande et 
H. Geroule. Paris, Librairie theatrale, 1907. 
27 p. 16°. 

© Yves Mirande and Henri Geroule, Paris ; 
D:9937, Feb. 11, 1907; 2c. Feb. 11, 1907. 

33244 

Octavia. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Harvey Cortland, Toledo, O. ; 1895 : 
31590, June 14 ; 2c. Mar. 26, 1896. 33245 

See also Tragedies (The) of Seneca. 

October; drama in 3 acts and an epilogue, by 

C. E. J. Reuner. [32] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1914 ; D : 38536 ; Chas. Edgar 

Jerome Renner, New York. 33245a 

October first; by William Whitehead Erwin. 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6. 1911 ; D : 25947 ; W. W. Er- 
win, New York. 33246 

October 15th; dramatic phantasy in 1 act, by 
M. Vincent. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1913; D : 31904 ; Marshall 
Vincent, New York. 33247 

Octopus (The) 

© Louis Rohr. Chicago; D: 15160, Feb. 24, 
1909. 33248 

by Giacinta Corsini [i. e. Mrs. J. Keane] 

[74] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J\Irs. James Keane, New York ; D : 8726, 
INIay 4, 1906 ; 2c. May 4, 1906. [Note : Copies 
bear title, Marcia ; or, The octopus. 33249 

[a comedy, by W. Rowe] 47 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Walter Rowe, Chicago ; D : 12313, Feb. 5. 
1908; 2c. Feb. 5, 1908. 33250 

the ghost walks; [or] Spirit wives, a play 

in 1 act, by Joseph A. Golden. 14 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© J. A. Golden, New York ; D : 12556, Mar, 
16, 1908; 2c. Mar. 16, 1908. 33251 

Octoroon (The); an Ethiopian drama in 1 scene. 
New York, Happy hours company. 

© Happy hours co., New York ; 1874 : 1223j . 
Sept. 28; 2c. Oct. 17. 33252 

spectacular extravaganza in 2 acts, by S. T. 

Jack. 

© Sam T. Jack, Chicago; 1895:27062. 
May 21. 33253 



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Octoroon (The) — Continued. 

or, Life in Louisiana, a drama iu 5 acts, 

by Dion Boucicault. 44 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Henrietta E. Clianfrau, New Yorlv ; 1SS7 : 
26246, Oct. 11 ; 2c. Dec. 7. 33254 

Same, with revision and additions by Wil- 



liam I>orins Spencer. 5.3 p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Henrietta E. Chaufrau, Philadelphia; 
D: 11510, Oct. 11, 1907; Ic. Aug. 27, 1907; 
Ic. Oct. 11, 1907. 33255 

Octoroons. 

© John W. Isham, New York ; 1895 : 63368, 
Dec. 14. 33256 



Same. Typewritten. 

© John W. Isham, New York ; 1896 : 48876. 
Aug. 29; 2c. Aug. 31. 33257 

Odalisque (The); play in 1 act. by G. E. Mur- 
dock. [12] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1913 ; D : 34390 ; Gilbert Ed- 
ward Murdock. Los Angeles. 33258 

O'Day, the alderman; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by Sam. E. Rvan. Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO., 1901. 64 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston ; D : 809. 
Aug. 28, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 10, 1901. 33259 



a society play in 4 acts, by S. E. Ryan. 

'© Sam Erwin Rvan, New York; 1S8S : 
5021, Feb. 15. 33260 

Odd baseball; or. Typewriters sweethearts, by 
N. Becker. [2] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 3. 1910 ; D : 22477 ; Ned Becker, 
New York. 33261 

Odd (An) fellow; a dramatic composition, a 
comedy in 4 acts, by W. S. Butterfield. 

© AValter Scott Butterfield, Columbus, O. ; 
D : 478. May 16, 1901. 33262 

See also Bunkie. 

Odd (The) gentleman; comedy romance, by 
Oliver White. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19. 1914; D : 38546 ; Porter J. 
White, St. Louis. 33262a 

Odd C-AjTt) lot in an odd fix; a reminiscent com- 
edy, in 3 acts, by H. A. Steel and R. P. Jacoby. 
© H. A. Steel and Russell P. Jacoby, New- 
ark, N. J. ; 1887 : 2624. Feb. 2. 33263 

Odd (The) man out; comedy in 3 acts, by 

Harold Brighouse. New York, S. French; 

London, S. French, ltd., 1912. 90 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 12. 1912; 2c. Aug. 13, 1912; D: 

30518 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 33264 

Odd Miss Podd; a comedy. 

© Neil Burgess, New York; 1896:54819. 
Oct. 3. 33265 



Odd Miss X; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by T. W. 
Wharmby. [65] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas Washington Wharmby, New 
York; D : 3139, Mar. 12, 1903; 2c. Mar. 3, 
1903. 33266 

Odd (An) misunderstanding. See Three com- 
edies. 

Odd operas for eventide; a collection of short 
and simple musical entertainments for chil- 
dren, by Mrs. G. N. Bordman. Boston, W. H. 
■ Baker & co., 1893. 56 p. 8°. 

Contents : A glimpse of the brownies. — 
Jimmy Crow. — Market day. — A house in the 
moon. — Queen Flora's day dream. — The boat- 
ing party. — Six little grandmas. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
42853, Sept. 25; 2c. Nov. 20. 33266a 

Odd (An) pair, B. Major and C. Flat; a comedy 
in 3 acts, rev. by W. Busch. Ms. 

© William Busch, St. Louis; 1886:6975, 
Mar. 26 ; 2e. Apr. 10. 33267 

a farcical comedy in 3 acts, each act a 



scene. Rev. 

© William Busch, St. Louis; 1883:21781, 



Nov. 24. 



33268 



Odd sleeve buttons; an original comedy in 5 
acts, by H. D. Hamje. 

© Herman D. Hamje, New York; 1878: 
4258, Apr. 9. 33269 

Odd (An) stick; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
G. R. Sprague. 

© George R. Sprague, New York; 1884: 
10324, May 21. 33270 

comedy of American life in 3 acts, by W. M. 

Blatt. 108 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 15, 1915; D : 39998 ; William 
IMoses Blatt, Brookline, Mass. 33270a 

Odd (The) trick; a comedy in 3 acts, by M. 
Herford and E. W. Mumford [i. e. E. W. 
Grant] Scenario. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 20, 1909 ; D : 16295 ; JNIargaret 
Herford, Sands Point, N. Y., and Ethel Watts 
Mumford, New York. 33271 

• adapted by Don [pseud, of J. H. Con- 
nelly] 

© James H. Connelly, Boston; 1873:251, 
.Jan. 11. 33272 

Odd (An) woman; a comedy in 4 acts, by T. W. 
Wharmby. 

© Thomas Washington Wharmby, New 
York ; D : 1392, Feb. 3, 1902. 33273 

• play in 1 act, by C. Eddy. 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1913 : D : 32109 ; Charles Eddy, 
London. 33274 



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Oddantonio d'Urbino; a mediaeval tragedy, by 
L. P. Brown. 
. © Lawrence Parmly Brown, New York ; 
1894 : 59319, Dec. 19. 33275 

Oddities; or, Fun in a farm house. 

© A. E. (Jaylord, Sj^racuse; 1882 : 1260, Jan. 
25. 33276 

Odds and ends. 

© Billy Wells and Grace Sylvano, United 
States ; 1883: 4697, Mar. 13. 33277 

comedy of the present day in 3 acts, by 



D. M. Morrison. [101] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. July 24, 1912 ; D : 30332 ; David Mc- 
Laren Morrison, London. 33278 



^ musical comedy. 

© R. G. Knowles, New York; 1886:8286, 
Apr. 7. 33279 

revue, by H. W. [G.] Plunkett. 64 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1915 ; D : 41270 ; Henry Wil- 
loughby Plunkett, London. 33279a 

Odds with the enemy; an amateur drama in 5 
acts, bv T. S. Denison. Chicago, T. S. Deni- 
son, 1876. 40 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison. De Kalb, 111. ; 1876 : 12734, 
Nov. 16 ; 2c. Dec. 13. 33280 

Same. 

© Thomas S. Denison, Chicago, in renewal 
for 14 years from Nov. 16, 1904 ; D : 5708, Oct. 
31, 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1904. 33281 

— — a drama in 4 acts, a new rev. ed. by T. S. 
Denison. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1898 : 15423, IMar. 
4 ; 2c. May 2. 33282 

O'Donnell's Maggie; play in 1 act, by W. J. 
Fripd and L. M. Goldstein. 15 p. 4°. Type- 
Mi'itten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1913; D : 35117 ; Walter .L 
Fried and Leon M. Goldstein, Chicago. 33283 

O'Donoghue (The); an original 5 act play, by 
M. de Fenelon. 

© Marie de Fenelon, New York ; 1881 : 9882, 
June 23. 33284 

O'Donoho of the lakes, and the white horse of 
Killarney; or. The trials and adventures of 
Dublin Dan, an Irish carman and guide, a 
comedy in 2 acts, by J. M. Burke, to be acted 
in conjunction with .7. M. Burke's panorama 
entitled The. Emerald Isle; or. True scenery 
of Ireland. 

© John M. Burke, Catasqua, Pa. ; 1873 : 
3081, Mar. 28. 33285 



O'Dowd; by Dion Boucicault. London, Samuel 
French, ltd. ; New York, Samuel French, 1909. 
52 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 14, 1909; 2c. Dec. 15, 1909; D: 
17702 ; .Josephine Cheney, New York. 33286 

O'Dowd from Cohoes; comedy in 1 act, by Ber- 
nard Kling. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Edmund O'Connell. Jersev Citv ; D : 2484, 
Oct. 2, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 20, 1902. 33287 

O'Dowd's flats; an Irish comedy in 3 acts, by 
Con. T. Murphy. 

© Henry B. Clifford, New York, and Mark 
Murphy, Brooklyn; 1891:11957, Apr. 2. 

33288 

O'Dowd's neighbors; an Irish comedy in 3 acts, 
by Con. T. ;Murphy. 

© Henry B. Clifford, New York, and Mark 
Murphv, Brooklyn ; 1891 : 3886, Jan. 27. 

33289 

O'Dowd's tribulatioiis, Irish; a 3 act farce com- 
edy. 

© William M. Goff, New Britain, Conn.; 
1894 : 13460, Mar. 8. 33290 

Odyssee (Die); L teil . . . musik-tragodie in 3 
akten mit dem vorspiel Polyphemos, dichtung 
und musik von A. Bungert. 

© August Bungert, Berlin ; 1897 : 61809, 
Nov. 2 ; 2c. Nov. 2. 33291 

2. teil . . . dichtung und musik von A. 

Bimgert. Leipzig, C. F. Leede [1900] 104 p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

Contents : Nausikaa.— Die sirenen und 
Odysseus' strandung. 

© August Bungert. Berlin ; 1900 C : 7154. 
May 7 ; 2c. May 7. 33292 

Odysseus' tod; musik-tragodie in 3 akten, 

dichtung und musik von A. Bungert. 

© August Bungert, Berlin ; D : 2820, Jan. 7, 
1903 ; 2c. Jan. 7, 1903. 33293 

Odyssey. See Tale of Troy. — Ulysses. 

Oedipus; tragedy in 4 acts, by G. Seibel. [3], 
103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 15, 1914 ; D : 35668 ; George Sei- 
bel, Pittsburgh. 33293a 

See also Tragedies (The) of Seneca. 

Oedipus, king of Thebes; by Sophocles, tr. by 
Gilbert Murray. London, G. Allen & sons, 
1911. X p., 1 1., 91, [1] p. 12°. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1911; A ad int. 479; pub- 
lished Feb. 16, 1911; Oxford univ. press, 
Amer. branch, New York. 33294 

Oedipus, the king; tragedy by Sophocles, in 5 
acts, tr. literally into French verse by Jules 
La Croix, and into English verse by Fred- 
eric Lyster. New York, F. Rullman. 

© F. Rullman, New York ; 1894 : 18307, 
Apr. 7 ; 2c. May 21. 33295 



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33316 



Oedipus und die sphinx; tragodie in 3 auf- 
ziisen, voa Hu?o vou Hofmaimsthal. 2. aufl. 
Berlin, S. Fischer, 1906. 180 p. 12°. 

1© S. Fischer verlag, Berlin ; D : 7870, Jan. 
18, 1906; 2c. Jan. IS, 1906; 2c. Feb. 16, 1906. 

33296 

Oego's triumph. See Mortgaged (The) home. 

0nsket; skuespil i 3 akter, af J. Sigurjohsson. 
K,l0beuhavn, Gyldendalske boghandel, Nor- 
disk forlag, 1915. 108 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 18, 1915; Ic. Feb. 11, 1915; D: 
39646; Johann Sigurjonsson, Copenhagen. 

33296a 

Of course it never really happened; play in 3 
acts, by C. A. de Lima. [50] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 5. 1914; D : 37750 ; C. A. de 
Lima, Florence, Italy. 33297 

Of his own household; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
M. M. Anderson. 80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 13, 1909; D : 16230 ; Mildred 
Mary Anderson, Newport, Vt. 33298 

Of one blood; in 3 acts, by M. Meyer. [53] p. 
4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 6, 1911; D: 25146; Matilda 
Meyer, Hoboken, N. J. 33299 

Of other's weaving; play in 2 scenes, by M. E. 
Richardson. 32 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1915; D : 41763 ; Marie 
Elizabeth Richardson, Minneapolis. 33299a 

Of such is the kingdom; drama, by E. Lawshe. 

© Er. Lawshe, Louisville ; D : 11053, July 

26, 1907. 33300 

Of the earth, earthy; a nlay in 3 acts, by W. H. 
Post. 

© W. H. Post, New York; 1899:21127, 
Mar. 22. 33301 

Of the kingdom of Idalo; drama in 3 acts, by 
M. Felix. 71 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1912; D : 31235 ; Mildred 
Felix, New York, 33302 

Of the old school; a drama in 1 act, by C, H. 

Keogh. 22 p, f°. Typewritten, 

© Chester Henry Keogh, Chicago ; D : 6S12, 
June 12, 1905 ; 2c. June 12, 1905, 33303 



— Same. 

© Chester Henry Keogh. Chicago ; D : 7546. 
Nov. 10, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 10, 1905. 33304 



— playlet, by F. Bruegger, 15 p, 4°. Type- 
written, 

© Ic. Mar, 13, 1915; D : 39992 ; Frederick 
Bruegger, Chicago. 33304a 



Of the pleasures of youth; play in 4 acts, by 
J. Shuttleworth. 128 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1910 ; D : 20456 ; John Shut- 
tleworth, Fredonia, N. Y, 33305 

Of the second part; play in 1 act, by R, W. 
Sneddon. [2], 25 p, 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 6. 1911; D: 23570; Robert W. 
Sneddon, New York. 33306 

O'Farrell's affinities; sketch, by R. S. Fife. 
[2], 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 17, 1914; D : 38144 ; Reginald 
Spinks Fife, New York. 33306a 

Off and on; vaudeville sketch in 4 scenes, by 
E. J. Flanagan, jr. 15 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct, 17, 1910; D: 22309; Edward J, 
Flanagan, ji-.. Fort Madison, la. 33307 

Off (An) day; a musical sketch, by W. C 
Parker. New York, W. C. Parker, 1896. 
cover-title, [2], 14, [2] p. 32°. 

© W. C. Parker, New York; 1896:64579, 
Nov. 27; 2c. Nov. 27. 33308 

Off for Boston; or, A trip on the Massa- 
chusetts, a comedy oddity in 3 acts, by H. L. 
Hamersly. 

© H. L. Hamersly, Philadelphia; 1880: 
17804, Nov. 22. 33309 

or, A trip on the steamer Massachusetts 

of the Providence line, by H. L. Hamersly, 

© H, L, Hamersly, Philadelphia; 1880: 
18024, Nov. 27. 33310 

Off for Europe; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. E. Kidder. [134] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Edward E. Kidder, New York ; D : 3649, 
June 16, 1903; 2c. June 16, 1903. . 33311 

Off-hand sketches; by S. Fiske. 

© Stephen Fiske, New York; 1877:2612, 
Mar. 2. 33312 

Off (An) night. Typewritten. 

© Charles J, Binbidge, New York; 1898: 
65517, Nov. 7; 2c. Nov, 8, 33313 

Off the beaten track; comedy sketch, by Barry 
Gray, [16] p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 24, 1910; D : 22133 ; Harry 
Wright, New York. 33314 

Off the earth again; by W, R, Chapman, 50 p, 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Reed Chapman. Spokane Falls. 
Wash, ; D : 15445, Mar. 25, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 5, 
1909. 33315 

Off the road; a farce in 3 acts, by Emil Krusch- 
ke. [9S] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Emil William Kruschke, Berkeley, Cal. ; 
D : 7983, Feb, 12, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 12, 1906. 

33316 



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Off the stage; a farce, by S. Rosenfeld. 

© Sydney Rosenfeld, New York ; 1875 : IS. 
Jan. 4. 33317 

Off the track; a melodrama in 4 acts, by F. G. 
Renokls. 

© Fred. G. Renolds, New York; 1890: 
250S9, Aug. 11. 33318 

Off to Egypt; or, An Arab abduction, an origi- 
nal, musical comedy in 3 acts, by W. H. 
Fuller and A. Pitou. 

© W. H. Fuller and Augustus Pitou, New- 
York ; 1884 : 19079, Sept. 23. 33319 

Off to Klondike, the land of gold; a comedy 
drama, in 4 acts, by E. T. Calnon. 

© Ed. T. Calnon, Detroit ; 1897 : 61982, 
Nov. 3. 33320 

Off to the masquerade. 13 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Esteletta Henrietta McMunn. Cbicago ; 
D : 1592, Mar. 17, 1902 ; Ic. Mar. 17, 1902. 

33321 

Off U. R.; a modern musical fairy comedy in 
3 acts, authorship of J. S. Berger. 

© J. S. Berger, Brooklyn; 1885:10757, 
May 11. 33322 

Offenders (The); a play in 4 acts, by E. B. 
Harris. 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Elmer Blanev Harris, New York ; D : 
13949, Sept. 29, 1908; 2c. Sept. 29, 1908. 

33323 

Offenen (Die) tiiren; komodie in 2 akten, von 
Robert Faesi. Berlin, Oesterheld & co. ver- 
lag, 1912. 87 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 24, 1912; 2c. May 17, 1912; D: 
29700; Berliner theaterverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 33324 

Offense (The); in 4 acts, by H. A. Davis. 20 p. 
8°. Printed. 

© Howard A. Davis, Pittsburgh ; D : 15221. 
Mar. 2, 1909; 2c. Feb. 24, 1909. 33325 

Offerings (The) of the year; by Cecelia P. 
Denslow. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1809: 

20052, Mar. 18; 2c. May 3. 33326 

Offerings (The) to morality; a drama in 4 
acts, by N. M. Kass. [36] p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Aug. 19, 1910; D : 21833 ; Nicholas 
M. Kass, New York. 33327 

Office; play in 4 acts, by F. Neilson. 4 v. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 11, 1913; D : 35308 ; Francis 
Neilson, London. 33328 

Office (The) boy. 7 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Pat White. Brooklyn; D : 8448, Apr. 30. 
1906; 2c. Apr. 24, 1906. 33329 



Office (The) boy — Continued. 

-comedy sketch in 1 act, by C. Moore. 
Typewritten. 



12 p. 



4°. 

© Ic. May 24, 
Moore, New York. 



1911; D: 24278; 



Carl vie 
33330 



— -play in 1 act, by Mart W. Zielie. [4] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 13, 1912; D: 31386; Harvey J. 
Maxwell. St. Joseph, Mo. 33331 

See also To-day, O'Day & co. 

Office boy and manicure maidens; musical 
comedy act, by J. Fogarty. [1], 10 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. June 15, 1912; D : 29977 ; Johnny 
Fogarty, Chicago. 33332 

Office hours from 1 to 3; a farce in 1 act, 
adapted from the French by T. M. Ware and 
G. P. Baker. Typewritten. 

© Thornton M. Ware and George P. Baker, 
Cambridge. Mass. ; D : 569, June 12, 1901 : 2c. 
June 19, 1901. 33333 

Office (An) romance; a playlette, by Walt Ma- 
kee [pseud, of W. H. Maguire] 

© Walter Havnes Maguire, Philadelphia ; 
D : 542, June 3, 1901. 33334 

Officer call a cop; farce in 2 acts and an epi- 
logue, by H. Segall. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. May 24, 1915 ; D : 40754 ; Harry Se- 
gall, Chicago. 33334a 

Officer 666. See Gladwin collection. 

Officeren. See Fri os fra det onde. 

Official dignity; a comedy in 1 act, by P. K. 
Clarke. 

© Proctor K. Clarke, Albany, Tex. ; D : 

33335 



[a play in 4 acts] 
4°. Typewritten. 

29852 ; Francis F. 
33336 

comedy sketch, by 
Typewritten. 



5991, Dec. 31, 1904. 

Official (The) photographer; 
by F. F. Steers. [1], 94 p. 
© Ic. June 1, 1912; D 
Steers, New York. 

Official (An) quarantine; a 
Wm. D. Hall. 12 p. 4°. 

© Herbert Francis Roberts, Philadelphia; 
D : 1318, Jan. 18, 1902 ; 2c. Jan. 18, 1902. 

33337 

Official resistance. See Consular assistance. 
Offspring (The); drama in 3 acts, by C. J. 

Poole. [4], 68 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1912 ; D : 30333 ; Carrell J. 

Poole, Ruffsdale, Pa. 33338 

O'Finnigan's prima donna; an original, farci- 
cal, dramatic opera bouffe, in 1 act and 7 
scenes, by E. Harrigan. 

© Edwai-d Harrigan, New York; 1879: 
1508, Jan. 31. 33339 



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33357 



O'Flalierty's twins; an Irish comedy drama in 
3 acts, by W. E. Davis, professionally known 
as Wallace Elliott Dalton. 

© William Elliott Davis, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 
1890 : 7657, Mar. 7. 33340 

O'Flarity's vacation; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
John C. Fox, 

© Conrov & Fox, New York; 1895:40163, 
Aug. 5. 33341 

O'Flynn in Mexico; a comedy drama iu 4 acts, 
by A. Kelcy. 

© Alfred Kelcy, Philadelphia ; 1891 : 10417, 
Mar. 19. 33342 

O'Flynn's stone wall; farce comedy, by Tom 
Waters. 

© Tom W. Waters, Shenandoah, Pa. ; 1898 : 
42919, July 18. 33343 

Ogallallas (The); an American opera, music by 
H. AValler, story by Y. E. Allison, book of the 
opera. 

© Henrv Waller, New York, and" Young E. 
Allison, Louisville ; 1893 : 7105, Feb. 6. 33344 

Ogg-nogg; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by J. K. 
and A. H. Waterman. 

© J. K. and A. II. Waterman, Minneapolis ; 
1899 : 84356, Dec. 29. 33345 

Oh! a musical comedy-farce, by C. Macgeachy 
and F. J. Titus. 

© Charles Macgeachy and Frederick J. 
Titus, New York ; 1885 : 6748, Mar. 21. 33346 

Oh, Belinda; an original play in 1 act, by M, 
Merington. 

© Marguerite Merington, United States; 

1892 : 28424, July 7. 33347 

Oh, dear; bit of comedy, by L. Lonergan. 22 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 20, 1910 ; D : 17980 ; Lester Lon- 
ergan, New York. 33348 

Sec also Pig brother play-book. 

Oh, dear Mary; or, The different burglar, com- 
edy sketch in 1 act. by Roland Oliver [pseud, 
of Henry White] [1], 18 p. 4. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1913 ; D : 35187 ; Henry White, 
Sacramento, Cal. 33349 

Oh, dese women; a Dutch monologue, by Harry 
L. Newton and H. S. Hoffman. Chicago and 
Nev.- York, The Dramatic publishing companv, 
1902. 6 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 2534, 
Nov. 3, 1902; 2c. Nov. 17, 1902. 33350 

Oh, doctor; minstrel afterpiece, by Harry L. 
Newton. Chicago, T. S. Dennison »& company. 
18 p. 12°. 

© Julv 26. 1915; 2c. July 29, 1915; D: 
41350 ; Eben H. Norris, Chicago. 33350a 



Oh doctor, have a patient; play in 1 act, by H. 

Delf. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 14, 1914 ; D : 36709 ; Harry Delf, 
New York. 33350b 

Oh! 'for a kiss; play in 1 act, by P. F. Kruse 
and DoiuUd G. Babbitt. 6 p. 12°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 14, 1913 ; D : 33486 ; Paul Fred- 
erick Kruse, Buffalo. 33351 

Oh give me a horn! Sec Man (A) from Klon- 
dike. 

Oh. help; farce comedy in 1 act, H. M. Barnes. 
[17] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tune 17, 1914; D : 37336 ; Howard 

McKent Barnes, Chicago. 33351a 

Oh, how shall I get her? Sec Oi, wie nehm 
ich sie? 

Oh, nonsense! musical comedy comprising a 
prologue and 3 acts, by Elliott Ade [pseud, of 
W. M. Adee] [168] p. 4. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Ic. .Tune 9, 1914; D : 37268 ; W. Miriam 
Adee, Buffalo. , 33351b 

Oh, papa! a vaudeville sketch, by P. Hamlin. 

© Philip Hamlin, Denver; D : 14411, Nov. 
30, 1908. 33352 

Oh, papa! papa! farce in 3 acts, adapted by 

E. Nyitray and Byron Oiigley. 3 v. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 14, 1915 ; D : 41229 ; Emil Nyit- 
ray, New York. 33352a 

Oh! poor old man; scene, a room. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
7730. July 23 ; 2c. Oct. 26. 33353 

Oh pop, oh. pop, oh pop; military farce, by J. 
McCree and John E. Warren. [1], 14 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 17, 1913; D: 34750; Junie Mc- 
Cree, New York. 33354 

Oh promise me; or, The African dodger, 1 
act comedy in 2 scenes, by Henry S. Creamer. 
[14] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 20. 1910 ; D : 22094 ; John Clifton 
and Bobby Nolan, Brooklyn. 33355 

Oh! Susannah! by M. Ambient. New York. 
S. French; London, S. French, ltd., 1905. 74 
p. 12°. (On cover: French's international 
copyrighted . . . ed. of the works of the best 
authors, no. 84) 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 6299. Mar. 
9, 1905 ; 2c. Mar. 25, 1905. 33356 

a comedy in 3 acts, by Mark Ambient. 

© Henrv .1. Leslie and Edward E. Rice. 
New York ; 1897 : 49769, Sept. 4. 33357 



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Oh. that jewelry; comedy in 1 act, by L. Kle- 
nitsky, Ir. by Joseph I. Tanzman. 6 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1910 ; D : 22647 ; Louis Kle- 
nitsky, Brooklyn. 33358 

Oh! that propertyman; a monologue, by Mau- 
rice Hajjjeman. Chicago, Dramatic pub. co. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1898 : 68630, 
Nov. 25 ; 2c. Nov. 25. 33359 

Oh, that's different; play in 1 act, by B. T. 
Tatem. [1], 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

® Ic. May 1. 1914; D : 36897 ; Benjamin 
Thomas Tatem, Brooklyn. 33359a 

Oh, these naughty men; comedy in 4 acts, tr. 
and adapted from Julius Rosen's German play 
Diese miinner, by A. Neuendorf?. 

© Adolph Ncuendorff, United States; 1877: 
2405, Feb. 23. 33360 

Oh, those boarders; a comedy in 5 acts, by N. J. 
Fields. Typewritten. 

© N. J. Fields, Philadelphia; 1898:44301. 
July 25 ; 2c. July 25. 33361 

Oh! those wives; musical farcical sketch, by 
M. Archdall, music by Harold Vicars. [2], 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. June 22, 1912 ; D : 30149 ; Mabel Arch- 
dall, New York. 33362 

Oh! Trixie; or, XJps and downs of a matri- 
monial agent. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Anthony Schweigert, Philadelphia ; D : 
11263, Aug. 31, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 3, 1907. 33363 

Oh, well, it's no use; an original negro sketch 
in 1 scene as performed by Schoolcraft and 
Goes, by George H. Goes. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1893. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
48954, Sept. 18; 2c. Oct. 20. 33364 

Oh, what a day; farce-comedy in 3 acts, by A. S. 
Schomer. [99] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 20, 1914 ; D : 36414 ; Abraham S. 
Schomer, New York. 33364a 

Oh, what a night; a comedy in 3 acts, by George 
Iloey. [86] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Williams, United States ; 1885 : 8226. 
Apr. 8 ; 2c. June 2. 33365 

Oh you beautiful doll; comedy in 1 act, by 
Homer B. Mason and H. Truesdell. [2], 18 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1912 ; D : 28704 ; Howard 
Truesdell, New York. 33366 

Oh you kid; comedy in 1 act, by P. B. Sipe. 
17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 10, 1915; D : 41197 ; Paul B. 
Sipe, Pittsburgh. 33366a 



Oh you kids; farcical sci*eam in 1 act, by Nelson 
Compston. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co. 
[25] p. f°. 

© Dec. 9, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 22, 1913 ; D : 35403 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 33367 

Oh you teacher; farce, by Charles A. Donald- 
son. Lebanon, O., March bros. 3 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1912; 2c. Sept. 12. 1912: D: 
30814; March brothers, Lebanon. O. 33368 

Ohio women; or, The drunkard's child, bv J. 
Hai-t. 

© Josh Hart, New York ; 1874 : 2438, 
Feb. 28. 33369 

Ohne Grott; tragxklie einer mutter, 3 akte, von 

Rudolf Hans Bartsch. Leipzig, L. Staaek- 

mann, 1915. 99 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 10. 1915; Ic. May 22, 1915; D: 

40725 ; L. Staackmann, Leipzig. 33369a 

Ohnehosen (Die); komcidie in 3 akten, von W. S. 

vom Briihl. Berlin, 1909. 79 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1909; 2c. Sept. 23. 1909; D: 
16853; W'alter Schuite vom Briihl. Wiesbaden, 
Germany. 33370 

O'Hooligan; or, McFadden's yellow kid, a 
farce comedy in 3 acts, written and arr. by 
W. B. Watson. 

© W. B. W\ntson, New York ; 1896 : 61355, 
Nov. 9. 33371 

O'Hooligan's christening; a farce comedv in 3 
acts, by W. B. Watson. 

© W. B. Watson, New York ; 1895 : 52194, 
Oct. 14. 33372 

O'Hooligan's masquerade; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Gallagher & West. 

© Gallagher & West, New York; 1895: 
11945. Feb. 28. 33373 

O'Hooligan's reception; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by W. B. Watson. 

© W. B. Watson, New York ; 1895 : 53751, 
Oct. 22. 33374 

O'Hooligan's wedding; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by W. B. Watson. 

© W. B. Watson, New York; 1895:48757, 
Sept. 25. 33375 

O'Hoolihan's silver wedding; farce comedy in 
3 acts, by L. Tt)oley and J. Flynn. 

© Larry Tooley and John Flvnn, Buffalo; 
1897 : 17015, Mar. 13. 33376 

[Oi, wie nehm ich sie? oder, Die kalhe 
zwischen die roiber (Oh. how shall I get her? 
or, A bride among robbers), play in 4 acts, 
by L. Brilliant] 

N^-; ^^•ijni'ij -bD N^-i ,-inx ?N^T i^N cr: n'^",i w 

53 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1915 ; D : 25295 ; Louis Bril- 
liant, Philadelphia. 33376a 



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33394 



Oil and water; play in 4 acts, by P. E. Browne. 
127 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1912; D: 28792; Porter 
Emerson Browne, Norwalk, Conn. 33377 

Oil (The) king. 

© Lyceum pub. co., Philadelphia; 1900 A: 
5407, Feb. 27. 33378 

Oil (The) prince; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by C. R. Hambly. 

© Charles R. Hambly. Tiffin. O. ; 1896: 
60744, Nov. 5. 33379 

Oil, who struck it? a serio-comic play of 
American life and luck, by F. G. Maeder. 

© Fred G. Maeder, New York ; 1873 : 7983, 
July 10. 33380 

Oiseau (L') blesse; comedie en 4 actes, par A. 
Capus. [Paris, Impr. de I'lUustration] 1909. 
1 p. 1.. 86 p. 12°. 

© Alfred Capus, Paris ; D : 14851, Jan. 20, 
1909; 2c. Jan. 20, 1909. 33381 

Alfred 



See also Theatre complet; [de] 

Capus. — Verwundete (Der) vogel. 

Oiseau (L') bleu; f eerie en 6 actes et 12 tab- 
leaux, par Maurice Maeterlinck. 36 p. illus. 
4°. (L'lllustration th^atralo ... 7^ annee — 
175. 1" avril 1911) 

© Apr. 1, 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1911 ; D : 24030 ; 
P:usene Fasqiielle, Paris. 33382 

Oiseaux (Les); fantaisie en 2 actes, d'apr&s 
Aristophane (tr. Lascaris) par Fernand No- 
ziere [pseud, de Fernand Weyl] Paris, 
L'CEuvre, 1911. cover-title, 2 p.'l., 64 p. 4°. 

© July 7, 1911 ; 2c. July 29, 1911 ; D : 24806 ; 
Luunie-Poe, Paris. 33383 

Oiseaux de passage; piece en 5 actes, de M. 
Donnay et L. Descuves. 1 p. 1., 90 p. 8°. 
Printed. 

© IVIaurico Donnav et Lucien Descaves, 
Paris ; D : 4689, Mar. 7, 1904 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1904. 

33384 

Ojcze Nasz; dramat w 1 akcie Fr. Coppee. przez 
k'i. dra. M. Barabasz. Detroit, w. Drukarni 
Seminaryum polskiego, 1891. 

© M. Barabasz, Detroit; 1891:21005, 
.Tune 8. 33385 

Ojo (El) de gayo; zarzuela c6mica en 1 acto, di- 
vidido en 4 cuadros, en prosa y verso, origi- 
nal de Miguel Mihura y Ricardo Gonzalez, 
mtisica del. maestro Geronimo Gimguez. Ma- 
drid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1914. 38 
p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21. 1914; D: 
38241 ; M. Mihura y R. Gonzalez, Madrid. 

33385a 



Ojos (Los) negros; boceto de sainete lirico en 
1 acto y en prosa [de] Paso y Mario, mflsica 
del maestro Calleja. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1908. 38 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© Paso y Mario, Madrid; D : 13866, Sept. 
21. 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 21, 1908. 33386 

Ojos (Los) vacios; episodio bistorico, en 5 
cuadros, en prosa, original letra de Luis 
Linares Beeerra y Javier de Burgos, mGsica de 
los maestros Candela y Mayol. Madrid [So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles] 1910. 54 [7] p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 0, 1910 ; 2c. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 21972 ; 
L. Linares Beeerra y J. de Burgos, Madrid. 

33387 

Ojos (Los) verdes; episodio dramdtico, en 1 acto 
y en prosa, original de F. T. Larios. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1911. 17 p. 
12°. 

© May 26, 1911; 2c. May 27, 1911; D: 
24330; Francisco Tristan Larios, Madrid. 

33388 

O'Keefe, king of Yap; an operatic fantasy, by 
W. H. Cline. 

© William Hamilton Cline, Kansas City, 
Mo. ; D : 3705, July 9, 1903. 33389 



O'Kelley's mission. Sec Cuba libra. 

Oklahoma. 

© L. J. Jardot, Stillwater, Okl. 
Apr. 27, 1903. 



D : 3341, 
33390 



a comedy drama in 4 acts, by Louis Lytton. 
© Wee & Lytton, Fort Wayne, Ind. ; D: 



1457, Feb. 17, 1902. 



33391 



— drama in prologue and 3 acts, by George 
Scarborough. 117 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 14, 1915; D : 42489 ; David Be- 
lasco, New York. , 33391a 

— -a libretto for a comic opera in 3 acts, by 
C. A. Williams. Minneapolis, 1889. 

© Charles Alf Williams, Minneapolis ;_1889 
22181, July 18. 



or. Pawnee Bill's pledge. 



33392 

an original 
drama in 4 acts. 

© Lillie and Schindhelm, Philadelpliia ; 
1885 : 15679, July 21. 33393 

— or, Statehood day at Pawnee Bill's ranch, 
Pawnee, OkL 2 p. 4°. Printed. [Scenario] 
© Gordon Wm. Lillie, Pawnee, Okl. ; D : 
13173, June 13, 1908; Ic. June 13, 1908. 

33394 



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33413 



Oklahoma — Continued. 

or. The end of the land, a dramatization 

in 5 acts of J. W. Piercy's mnnuscript, The 
end of the land. 1)y M. J. IMitchell, elaborated 
by Horace Mitchell. [SI] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Marv Jane Mitchell, Martinsville, Ind. ; 
D : 7600, Nov. 22, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 22, 1905. 

33395 

Oklahoma (A) boom; a musical farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by H. A. Snow. 

© Harry A. Snow, Chicago; 1893:47085, 
Oct. 21. 33396 

Oklahoma Hill's (Harry Hill's) Oklahoma 
historical exhibition; or, Harry Hill's trav- 
els in the Oklahoma country. 

© Oklahoma historical exhibition, Missouri ; 
1889 : 8600, Mar. 18. 33397 

Oklahoman (The); play in 4 acts, by G. M. Scar- 
borough. [3], 95 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1912; D : 28259 ; George M. 



Scarborough, Chicago. 



33398 



or frien' demijohn; play in 1 act, by E. Mcln- 
tyre. 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1913 ; D : 35296 ; Edward Mc- 
Intyre, San Francisco. 33399 

Ol Martlit. See Lotos (The) flower. 

Ola Kayden's miniature minstrels; a blackface 
nuisical comedy in 1 act, written, designed and 
composed by J. Hayden. 

© .Toe Havden, United States ; 1898 : 20071, 
Mar. 28. 33400 

Ola (La) negra; zarzuela en 1 acto y 1 solo 
cnadro [de] E. Zaballos y Jose Bermfidez, niti- 
sica de los maesti-os IMarquina y Cordoba. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1909. 
37 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Emilio Zaballos y Jose Bermtidez, Ma- 
drid ; D : 16146, June 23, 1909 ; 2c. June 23, 
1909. 33401 

Olaf. the conscript; nu Anglo-Scandinavian dia- 
lect drama of love and intrigue, in 4 acts, by 
Carl Williams. 

© C. W. Bachman, IMinneapolis ; 1891 : 
39683, Nov. 5. 33402 

Old Acre folk; a rustic drama iu 2 acts, by Dana 
J. Stevens. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1902. 
36 p. 16°. 

© Walter H. Bnker & co., Boston ; D : 2792. 
Dec. 31, 1902 ; 2c. Feb. 2, 1903. 33403 

Old acrobat's dream; an acrobatic diversion in 
1 act. by W. W. Norton. 11 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

(c) Williiim Warren Norton, Detroit; D: 
5075, May 25, 1904 ; 2c. Mar. 11, 1905. 33404 



Old ag-e; au episode told dramatically iu 1 
scene, by I. H. Gillmore. 

© Inez Haynes Gillmore, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
1900 A: 1728, Jan. 19. 33405 

Old ag-e and youth; a spectacular burlesque, by 
H. Montague. 

© Harry Montague, New York ; 1893 : 25341, 
May 25. 33403 

Old and new; an American play in 5 acts, by 
A. T. Oakes. 

© A. H. Oakes, New York ; 1877 : 3763, Mar. 
29. 33407 

comedy in 1 act. by T. Louden. 17 p. 24°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1915 ; D : 41000 ; Thomas 
Louden, Fanwood, N. J. 33407a 

Old and new departures. See Fox and rat. 

Old (The) and the new; a comedy-drama, a 
story of the mediaeval fatherland, prologue 
and 4 acts, by J. W. Cutshaw. 

© James Washington Cutshaw, Areola, 
Ind. ; 1893 : 5872, Jan. 30. 33408 

comedy in 3 acts, by L. F. Kengla. [4], 15 

p. f°. Typewritten. 

© le. Aug. 31, 1912 : D : 30722 ; Leo Francis 
Kengla, New York. 33409 

Old (The) and the new world; or, Paradise not 
lost but g-ained, a 2 act promethean drama, 
by W. Bush. 

© Wm. Bush, Chicago ; 1871 : 9, Jan. 3 ; 2c. 
Dec. 4, 1872. 33410 

Old Andy, the moonshiner; dramatized into 
play in 4 acts, by M. S. Gielow and Mrs. A. C. 
Barney. 26 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 10, 1910 ; D : 21318 ; Martha S. 
Gielow, Washington. 33411 

See also Miracle (The) of love. 



Old Andy, the mountaineer. See Miracle 
(The) of love. 

Old (The) ai-m chair; fifteen minute farce, by 
J. P. Smith. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 8, 1915; D : 40875 ; J. Philip 
Smith, Philadelphia. 33411a 

or, The children of the Blue and the 



Gray, play in 1 act, by L. A. Howard. 4 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1910 ; D : 22883 ; Lewis A. 
Howard, St. Louis. 33412 

Old (The) bachelor; a comedy in 2 acts, by F, 
Yoinig. 

© Frank Yonnu:, New York; 1895:46,^45, 
Sept. 14. 33413 



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33435 



Old (The) bachelor — Continued. 

a dramatic slvetcii. by W. M. Oestreicher 

and R. Webster. 37 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Walter M. Oestreicher and Richardson 

Webster. Broolclvn ; D : 13249, June 26. 1908 ; 

2c. June 26, 1908. 33414 

Old (The) ball fan; a sketch in 1 act, by J. M. 
Cumniing. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph Moore Cunnning, San Francisco ; 
D : 15845, May 13, 1909 ; 2c. May 13, 1909. 

33415 

Old. (The) Bay State; a comedy (h-ama in 4 
acts and 6 scenes, by J. H. Davies. 

© John Henry Davies, New York ; D : 3693, 
July S, 1903. 33416 

Old bear GrifEyn's nurse; play in 1 act, by 
W. H. Say ward, jr. [1], 22 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 10. 1914 ; D : 37282 ; William H. 
Sayward, jr., Wayland. Mass. 33416a 

Old Ben ISTewton; drama in 3 acts, by L. C. 
Moise. 12], 67 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 8, 1911 ; D : 23587 ; Leonard C. 
Moise, Covington, La. 33417 

■ -Same. 62 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19. 1911; D : 24519 ; L. C. 
IMoise, Covington, La. 33418 

Old (The) Bible; an original drama in 4 acts, 
by G. F. Rowe. 

© George Fawcett Rowe, New York ; 1876 : 
1141, Jan. 25. 33419 

Old black Joe; a drama iu 3 acts and allegorical 
tableau. 

© George C. Thompson, San Francisco ; 
1875 : 6910, July 2. 33420 

play in 1 act, by T. Dixon. 25 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1912; 
Dixon, New York. 



D : 28750 ; 



Thomas 
33421 



a sketch for two characters, wbite and 

black. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
7726, July 23; 2c. Oct. 26. 33422 

'Or, The South vs. the North, a drama in 

5 acts, by Charles A. Lacore. Clyde, O., 
Ames' publishing co., 1902. 32 p. 12°. 
([Ames' series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 435]) 

© Ames pub. co.. Clyde. O. ; D : 2012. June 
14, 1902; 2c. June 14, 1902. 33423 

Old Blood and Iron; or. The tyrant, episode of 
the Civil War, written by Herbert Thomson, 
from a scenario by Howard Wall. [2], 22 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1915; D: 42623; Herbert 
Thomson co., New York. 33423a 



Old (The) bluffer; character sketch in 1 act. by 
Henry Horton. 30, [2] p. 4°. Typewritten, 
ten. 

© Ic. Apr. 19, 1911 ; D : 23999 ; H. Horton, 
Ellenville, N. Y. 33424 

Old (The) boathouse; a comic drama in 3 acts, 
by M. Hauser. 46 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Magdalena Hauser, New Orleans ; D : 
6515, Apr. 14, 1905; 2c. May 4, 1905. 33425 

Old (The) bonnet; farce-comedv in 3 acts, by 
F. R. Bagley. [72] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1912; D: 29035; Frank R. 
Bagley, Oak Park, 111. 33426 

Old (The) bookseller; a comedy in 1 act, by 
H. P. aiosher. 

© Harris Peyton Mosher, Boston ; D : 751, 
Aug. 13, 1901. 33427 



— play in 4 acts, by J. P, 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 28, 1910; 
Ritter, New York. 

— -Same. [3], 118 p. 4°. 
© Ic. Jan. 16, 1911; 



Ritter. 30 p. 
D : 20607 



4°. 



John P. 
33428 

Typewritten. 

D: 23105; John P. 
33429 



Ritter, New York 

Old (The) boys at the front; or. The last hours 
of the great rebellion, a dramatic and mili- 
tary sketch of life in the army at the close of 
the late unpleasantness, by J. Burrows, jr. 

© James Burrows, jr., United States ; 1884 : 
1363, Jan. 19. 33430 

Old (The) brewery. See Honnas. 

Old (The) brigadier; a drama in 1 act, by F. R. 
Haswin. (/« Philosopher, v. 11, no. 5, May, 
1902) 

© Francis R. Haswin. Hollv Beach, N. J. ; 
D : 1861, May 9, 1902 ; 2c. June 20, 1902. 

33431 

Old (The) cabin home; a play of southern life 
in 4 acts, by H. G. Donnelly. 

© H. Grattan Donnelly, New York; D: 
1045, Oct. 31, 1901. 33432 

Old California; 1 act musical poem for vaude- 
ville, by J. H. Woodbury. 9 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 23, 1911; D: 23577; Joan H. 
Woodbury, New York. 33433 

Old California days; with the story of Ramona. 

© IMarguerite B. Arnold, Ocean Park, Cal. ; 
D:9037, Sept. 5, 1906. 33434 

Old California Joe, the great American sharp- 
shooter; a dramatization in 4 acts, of Captain 
L. C. Carleton's popular story of that name, 
by B. Sylvester [pseud, of J. G. Noe] 

© Bnrrett Sylvester, Brooklyn; 1872:3270, 
Mar. 30. 33435 



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33458 



Old (The) castmaker; a drama in 1 act, by E. 
Clifton. [23] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Etliel Clifton, New York ; D : 10017, Feb. 
23, 1907; 2c. Feb. 23, 1907. 33436 

Old Cattaraugus; a comedy in 4 acts, by Cora 
Herkimer. 

© J. W. earner, Gowanda, N. Y. ; 1880: 
14376, Sept. 21. 33437 

Old Chickasaw; a spectacular melodrama in a 
jwelude, 5 acts and 12 scenes, by J. L. Treat. 

© James L. Treat, Chicago ; D : 4.546, Jan. 
28, 1904. 33438 

Old chums. 

© Alford William Filson, Chicago; 1890: 
22817, July 18. 33439 

a comedy drama in 3 acts. 

© Mrs. Hugh Fay, New York ; 1893 : 55679, 
Dec. 16. 33440 

Old (The) church bell; a vaudeville monologue 
and song, by B. E. Leavitt. 

© Burton Emerson Leavitt, Putnam, Conn. ; 
D : 15932, May 24, 1909. 33441 

Old (The) church tower. See Twice saved. 

Old (The) clothes man; play in 4 acts, by J. K. 
MacCurdy. [62] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© James Kyrle MacCurdy, Milwaukee ; D : 
5701, Oct. 28, 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 28, 1904. 33442 

playlet in 1 act, by M. Simon. 4 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 24, 1915 ; D : 41558 ; Max Simon, 
New York. 33442a 

Old (An) coat; comedy in 3 acts, by W. H. AU- 
derdice. 

© William Hillary AUderdice, St. Louis ; 
1886 : 3782, Feb. 13 ; 2c. June 12. 33443 

Same. 

© Smith and Rice, New York; 1898:2880, 
Jan. 4. 33444 

Old (The) cobbler. 110 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Chester De Vonde, New York ; D : 14057, 
Oct. 15, 1908 ; 2c. NoV. 14, 1908. 33445 

Old (The) coin collector of New York. See 
Bryant and Carter. 

Old (The) coin collector's life; a drama in 5 
acts, by J. H. Carter. San Francisco, Francis, 
Valentine & co., 1887. 

© J. Heneage Carter, San Francisco ; 1887 : 
3178, Feb. 9. 33446 

Old college chumps; a musical comedy libretto 
in 2 acts, for collegiate productions, by Thomas 
B. Donaldson. 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© T. B. Donaldson. Philadelphia ; D : 9376, 
Nov. 3, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 3, 1906. 33447 



Old Colony days; dramatization of Longfellow's 
poem. The courtship of Miles Standish, by 
Lucile Blackburn Berry. Lebanon, 0., March 
brothers [1915] 26 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 17, 1915 ; D : 41612 ; March brothers, 
Lebanon, O. 33447a 

play in 1 act, by E. F. Naulty. 23 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Edwin Fairfax Naulty, Atlantic City, 
N. J.; D: 12587, Mar. 20, 1908; 2c. Mar. 20, 
1908. 33448 

Old (The) color sergeant; musical sketch, by 
W.F.Carroll. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only.] 

© William F. Carroll, Philadelphia; D: 
8977, Aug. 6, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 6, 1906. 33449 

Old (The) comedian; a comedy in 1 act adapted 
from the French, by L. Westervelt and E. 
Girardot. 

© Leonidas Westervelt and Etienne Girar- 
dot, New York ; D : 11805, Nov. 25, 1907. 

33450 

Old (The) companion; drama in 4 acts, by N. A. 

Stratton. 8S p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 23, 1911 ; D : 24558 ; Nathaniel A. 
Stratton, New York. 33451 

Old comrades; a comedy in 4 acts, by J. F. Milli- 
lien. 

© James F. Milliken, New York; 1890: 
42329, Dec. 31. 33452 

a drama in 4 acts, by G. M. Baker. 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1887:22765, 
Sei)t. 8. 33453 

Old Counselor Peavy; an original character com- 
edy [in 1 act] by T. P. Morgan. 11 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 25, 1909 ; D : 16631 ; Tom P. Mor- 
gan, Rogers, Ark. 33454 

original comedy in 1 act, by T. P. Morgan. 

13 p. 4°. Typev/ritten. 

© Ic. June 24, 1911; D : 24567 ; Tom P. 
Morgan, Rogers, Ark. 33455 

Old (The) country; an Irish play in 5 acts, by 
E. Hanford. Typewritten. 

© Edwin Hanford, New York ; D : 598, June 
20, 1901 ; 2c. June 20, 1901. 33456 

Old (The) covxntry store; by Frank B. Hilraul. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1895. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 180": 
29576, June 3 ; 2c. July 10. 33457 

Old Crochetty's shoes; a drama in 4 acts, dram- 
atized by M. Stratford Saunders, from a story 
by F. W. Robinson. 

© M. Stratford Saunders, Rochester, IMir.ii, ; 
1886: 12701, May 29. 33458 



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33482 



Old cronies; a comedietta in 1 act, for two 
male characters, by S. Theyre Smitli. New 
American ed. correctly reprinted from the 
original authorized acting ed. New^ York, H. 
Roorbacli. 

© Harold Roorbach, New York ; 1890 : 5363, 
Feb. 12; 2c. Mar. 25. 33459 

comedy in 3 acts, by E. D. Cromwell. [3], 



166 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1910; D: 22312; Elwood D. 
Cromwell, New York. 33460 

an Irish comedy in 3 acts, by G. W. Ryer. 

© George W. Ryer, Brooklyn ; 1885 : 18019, 
Aug. 25. 33461 

a new and original comedy in 3 acts, by 

Lawrence Marsden. 

© Frank M. Wills and William C. Ander- 
son, New York ; 1887 : 17475, .July 8. 33462 

Old curiosity shop; dramatization of Charles 
Dickens' book in 4 acts, by M. E. Younge. 
245 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 20, 1912 ; D : 30580 ; Mary Eliza- 
beth Younge, New York. 33463 

■ See also Nelly Trent and Sally's servant. 

Old (The) dairy homestead; a rural comedy in 
3 acts, by Frank Dumont. Philadelphia, The 
Penn publishing company, 1901. 38 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; D : 859, 
Sept. 12, 1901 ; 2c. Sept. 12, 1901. 33464 

Old Dan Tucker. 

© John J. Conners, Chicago ; 1896 : 5832, 
Jan. 22. 33465 



a farce comedy, by D. Sherman. 

© Dan Sherman, New York; 1895:65.533, 
Dec. 26. 33466 

Old (The) district school; (new version) a 
farce in 2 acts, with music, book by Win. Dan- 
forth. music arr. by G. F. Rosche. Chicago. 
New York, G. F. Rosche & co., 1906. 52 p. 

8°. 

© Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago ; D : 9270, Oct. 
18, 1906; 2c. Oct. 18, 1906. 33467 

Old (The) Dominion; an American play, by 
C. T. Dazey. 

© Charles T. Dazey, Lima, 111. ; 1885 : 3858. 
Feb. 11. 33468 

an historical romance of the Civil War, in 



5 acts, by Francis Dimond Rogers. 107 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© F. D. Rogers. New York ; D : 6766, June 
3, 1905; 2c. May 26, 1905. 33469 

— or. The banshee of Bathurst hall, a com- 
edy drama in 5 acts, by G. B. McCutcheon. 

© George Barr McCutcheon, La Favette, 
Ind. ; 1887 : 33468, Dec. 22. 33470 



Old (The) Dominion and the new. See Lucky 
(The) miners. 

Old Erie; an original drama in 4 acts, by B. G. 

Rogers. 

© Ben G. Rogers, Buffalo, New York; 
1876 : 9268, Aug. 9. 33471 

Old (The) farm house; a tragi-comedy, in 3 
acts, by D. A. Blanchard. New Orleans, G. 
Miiller, 1886. 49 p. 12°. 

© Dawson A. Blanchard, New Orleans ; 
1886 : 9893, Apr. 24 ; 2c. June 25. 33472 

Old (The) farmer's triumph. See Digging for 
gold. 

Old (The) fashioned country school; in 3 acts, 
by H. Dumars. 

© Horace Dumars, Springfield, Mo. ; 1888 : 
3944, Feb. 6. 33473 

Old fashioned family album; by J. B. Haslett. 
25 p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 28, 1910; D: 20903; Josie B. 
Haslett, Cartersville, Mo. 33474 

Old-fashioned (An) Fourth; play in 1 act, by 
L. B. Foley. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 14, 1912; D: 31707; Louis B. 
Foley, Detroit. 33475 

Old (The) fashioned husking bee; an old 
folks' entertainment in 1 scene, by Nettie H. 
Pelham. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1891. 

© Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston; 1891: 
27181, July 29; 2c. Aug. 1. 33476 

Old fashioned posies; vaudeville sketch In 2 
acts, by E. L. Niles. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 10, 1909; D : 17674 ; Edith L. 
Niles, Cincinnati. 33477 

Old fidelity; or. Turned out to starve, a new 
and original local drama, by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, New York; 1875 : .5097, 
May 17. 33478 

Old (The) flag; act 1 and act 5. 

© Edwin A. Lewis, Brattleboro, Vt. ; 1871 : 
3074, Apr. 8. 33479 

• See also Newbem. 

Old fogies; a musical comedy, by J. E. Hen- 
shaw and M. Ten Broeck. 

© John E. Henshaw and May Ten Broeck, 
Baston ; 1889 : 4915, Feb. 11. 33480 

Old folks at home; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by H. N. Baruch. 

© H. N. Baruch, New Yoyk; 1891:15020, 
Apr. 23. 33481 

by W. H. Carson. 69 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Oct. 25, 1909; D: 17196; William Henry 
Carson, New York, 33482 



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33505 



Old folks at home — Continued. 

a domestic drama in 3 acts, by Augustus 

Wolford. 

© Arnold Wolford, New York; D : 2551. 

Nov. 4, 1902. 33483 

drama in 3 acts and 4 scenes, by L. R. 

Krebs. [30] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lillie R. Krebs. St. Louis ; D : 12183, Jan. 
16, 1908; Ic. Jan. 16, 1908; Ic. Feb. 17. 1908. 

33484 

the Old homestead of vaudeville, by L. 

Beggs. 17 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Lee Beggs. Chicago ; D : 15462 ; Mar. 27, 
1909 ; 2c. Mar. 27, 1909. 33485 



■ rural comedy drama in 4 acts, by Annie 

Kannann. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co. 
[54] p. f°. 

© Sept. 6, 1911 ; 2c. Oct. 11, 1911 ; D : 25456 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 33486 

Old fool John; a drama in 4 acts, by L. M. 
Lister. [42] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Lydia Marcelle Lister, San Francisco ; 
D : 7634, Nov. 29, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 10, 1906. 

33487. 

Old Fort Duquesne (now Pittsburgh); a ro- 
mantic drama from Pittsburgh's earliest his- 
tory, l^y R. S. De Candales. 

© Rosalind S. De Candales, Chicago ; 1897 : 
32191, May 27. 33488 

Old Fort Rossiter; an original military drama 
in 4 acts, by G. Heath. [SO] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© George Heath, Bryn Athyn, Pa. ; D : 78.50, 
Jan. 15, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1905. 33489 

Old (An) game. See Ping-pong. 

Old gentleman Andrews; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
A. W. Holbrook. 

© Amelia Weed Holbrook, Chicago; 1894: 
41.S70, Sept. 10. 33490 

Old gentleman up stairs. 27 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Helen Bagg, Chicago ; D : 7708, Dec. 13, 
1905; 2c. Dec. 13, 1905. 33491 

Old Glory; [by] C. W. Doty. 

© Charles Wells Doty, Lewiston, 111.; 1894: 
34341, June 29. 33492 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by C. T. Vincent. 

© Charles T. Vincent, New York; 1893: 
19088, Apr. 18. 33493 

a military drama in 5 acts, by S. C. Miller. 

Typewritten. 

© Sam C. Miller, Hagerstown. Md. ; 1S94 : 
29365, July 13; 2c. Oct. 1. 33494 

See also My affinity. 



Old Glory in Cuba; a drama, in 4 acts, by 
Thomas R. Beaty. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1898:63424, 
Oct. 29; 2c. Nov. 2. 33495 

Old Glory, the flag of the United States. 

© Harry V. Vogt, Philadelphia ; 1899 : 28756, 
Apr. 26. 33496 

Old (The) grist mill; drama in 4 acts, by N. 
Twomey. [67] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Neil Twomev, Chelsea, Mass.; D : 3089, 
Miir. 5, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 5, 1903. 33497 

Old Grouty of Ann street; play of old New 
York, by G. W. W. Pollock. 35 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1914 ; D : 35688 ; George W. W. 
Pollock, Maplewood, N. J. 33497a 

Old (De) gum game. See De old gum game. 

Old (The) hag; playlette in 1 act, by E. Devoy. 
[1], 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1914; D : 36671 ; Emmet De- 
voy, New York. 33497b 

Old Harmony; play of Hallowe'en in 4 acts, by 
R. H. Gill. [130] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 29. 1913 ; D : 34280 ; Richard H. 
Gill, Mishfiwaka, Ind. 33498 

Jld (The) hayseed; a musical comedy drama 
in 4 acts. 

© Henry Harmon Palmer, Chicago ; D : 
12131, Jan. 6, 1908. 33499 

Old (An) hen and one chicken; a comedy in 3 
acts, by T. B. MacDonough and Clay M. 
Greene. 

© Thomas B. MacDonough, Brooklyn : 1878: 
6272, May 24. 33500 

Old Hickory; comedy in 4 acts, by Hal Reid 
[i. e. .Tames Halleck Reid] Typewritten. 

© H. P. Soulier, Hoboken, N. J.: 1899: 
29974, May 2'; 2c. May 2. 33501 

a play in 4 acts, by E. T. Hyde. 

© Ezra T. Hyde, Paris, Id. ; D : 14441, Dec 
2, 1908. 33502 

a rural drama of pure life. by H. L. Dunkin- 

son. 

© Henrv Ij. Dunkinson, New York ; 1899 : 
214.54. Mar. 24. 33503 

Old (The) home; by L. Goodfellow. 

© Luke Goodfellow, Boston; 1875:6221. 
.Tune 14. 33504 

Old home day in Plunket; Innnorous entertain- 
ment in 1 scene, bv Ward Macauley. Phila- 
delphia. Penn pub. co., 1910. 31 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1.5. 1910; 2c. Nov. 16, 1910; D: 
22,568; Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 33505 



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33525 



Old home fai'in. »*^'^6' Little wildcat. 

Old (The) home town; a comedy drama in 4 
jiits. by ('. \V. Doty and (►. Turner. [S61 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. W. Doty and Otis Turner, United 
States: D : 6n.ll, Apr. i.M>. 1905; 2c. Apr. 20. 
1905. 33506 

cniedy. by F. Allen. 9 p. 4°. Typf writ- 
ten. 

© 1c. Feb. 9, 1912: T>: 28633; Frederick Al- 
len. Chica-o. 33507 

vaudeville sketcli. by AA'. 1 >e Leon. 6 p. 

4°. ^'vpewritten. 

© 1c. Apr. 9. 191.-.: D: 40317: Walter De 
l.eo!!. ('hica^;o. 33507a 

Old home week; a comedy drama. 

© Llewellyn (J. Hunipbreys, Salem, Mass. : 
D:10:}26, Apr. 11. 1907. 33508 

a musical satire in 2 acts, by D. K. Stevens 

and diaries F. Atkinson. 

© ('. F. Atkinson and D. K. Stevens. Ros- 
loii: D:9.J.-)2. Nov. 22. 190(). 33509 

Old homespun; nii orijiinal dram;i in .1 acts, by 
A. D. Ober. 

© Adelaide D. Ober. Unite<l States; 1889: 
8030. :\Iar. 12. 33510 

Old (The) homestead; ;i sequel to .Joshua Whit- 
comb, a comedy in 4 acts, bv D. Thonip.son 
and G. W. Ryer. 

© Denman Thompson and George W. Rver. 
United States: 1885:2.5211, Dec. 2. 33511 



Old homestead of vaudeville, 
at home. 



See Old folks 



Old Honesty; a domestic drama in 4 acts, bv 
C. P. Rice. 

© Charles P. Rice, New Haven, Conn. : 
1896:58400. Oct. 23. 33512 

Old Hurly; a drama in 1 act. by J. Silver. 5 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© James Silver. Oneonta. N. Y. ; D : 12472. 
Mar. 3, 1908; 2c. Mar. 3. 1908. 33513 

Old innocence; comedy in 3 acts, adapted by 
Richard Kingsley, from the original French 
play, Les petits oiseaux. by [E. ;M.] Labiche et 
Delacour [pseud, of Alfred C. Lartigue] [70] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24. 1913; D : 3.1109 ; Eva Saun- 
ders Murphy. Clarksville, Tenn. 33514 

sketch taken from the comedv of Old in- 



nocence, adapted by Richard Kingsley, from 
the original French play. Les petits oiseaux, by 
[E. M.1 Labiclie et Delacour [pseud, of Alfred 
C. Lartigue] 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1913 ; D : 35110 ; Eva Saun- 
ders Murphy, Clarksville, Tenn. 33515 



Old (The) Irish harper. [3] p. 8°. Printed. 

© Rocco Giuseppe Cafarelli, Cleveland ; D : 
12652, Mar. 26, 1908; 2c. Mar. 26, 1908. 

33516 

Old Irish Pat. young- Irish Pat, and the rob- 
bers; by C. H. Wucherpfennig. 

© Charles H. Wucherpfennig, Morrison- 
ville, 111. ; 1898: 73063, Dec. 15. 33517 

Old Isaacs from the Bowery. 83 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York ; D : 7845. 
Jan. 13. 1906; 2c. Jan. 13, 1906. 33518 

Old Jack's reformation; play in 1 act. by C. F. 
Roberts. 6 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 5. 1915; D: 40270; Chas. Fos- 
ter Roberts. Tacoma. 33518a 

Old (The) jay bird; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. AV. Ransone. 

© John W. Ransone, Richmond; 1888: 
13587, May 9. 33519 

Old (An) Jew; an original comedy in 5 acts, 
l»y S. Grundy. 

© Sydney Grundy, Great Britain; 1894: 
17764. Mar. 31. 33520 

Old John Brown; American historical drama in 
4 acts and a closing scene, by A. H. Gilmer. 
100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 11. 1915 ; D : 40905 ; Albert Hat- 
ton Gilmer, Boston. 33520a 

Old Kansas; a comedietta in 1 act, by A. J. 
Blethen. jr. Typewritten. 

© Alden Joseph Blethen, jr., Minneapolis; 
1895 : 20178, Apr. 12 ; 2c. Apr. 13. 33521 

Old Kearney's girl; a domestic comedv drama, 
by F. W. Lee. 

© Franklyn W. Lee, St. Paul ; 1894 : 40009. 
■ Aug. 31 : 2c. Aug. 31. 33522 

Old (The) Kentucky home; a darkey sketch in 

3 scenes. New York, Happy hours company. 

© Happy hours co., NeAV York ; 1874 : 12217. 

Sept. 28; 2c. Oct. 17. 33523 

— — an original comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
S. Marble and \y. T. Keogh. 

© Scott Marble and William T. Keogh, New 
York : 1893 : 54007, Dec. 7. 33524 

Old King- Cole; an extravaganza in 2 acts, pro- 
logue and epilogue, book by George Pierrot 
[i. e. A. G. Pierrot] lyrics by B. Farson and 
(Jeorge Pierrot. [84] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Bruce Farson and A. G. Pierrot, Chi- 
cago ; D : 13901, Sept. 9, 1908; 2c. Sept. 9, 1908. 

33525 



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33548 



Old King Cole — Continued. 

play in 3 acts, by H. M. Hoyt. 89 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1910; D: 20229; Helen 

Muriel Hoyt, Bloomfield, N. J. 33526 

review of comedy, music and drama, by 



C. A. Shaw. 33 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1909; D: 17044; Charles 
Alonzo Shaw, Grantwood, N. J. 33527 

Old Knockles; by Arthur Law. London, J. 
Williams, ltd. ; New York, B. Schubeith & co., 
1904. 26 p. 8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London ; D : 4768, 
Mar. 22, 1904; 2c. Mar. 23, 1904. 33528 

music composed by Alfred J. Caldicott. 

London, J. Williams. 

© Joseph Williams, London; 1894:58513, 
Dec. 15 ; 2c. Dec. 15. 33529 

Old (An) lady from the West. See His 
adopted daughter. 

Old lady number 31; comedy, by J. H. Wade, 
adapted from the story of same name by [M.] 
Louise Forsslund [pseud, of Mary Louise 
Foster] 49 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 12, 1910; D : 20779 ; Jeannette 
Howell Wade, New York. 33530 

Old (The) lamplighter; dramatic sketch in 1 
act and 1 scene, by AV. AVray, jr. [1], 15 p. 
f°. Tj^pewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 17, 1913; D : 34753 ; William 
Wray, jr.. New York. 33531 

Old (The) landmark; a domestic comedy in 4 
acts, by C. Montaine. 

© Clarence Montaine, San Francisco ; 1899 : 
31426, May 9. 33532 

Old Lavender; a drama in 3 acts, by E. Har- 
rigan. [139] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edward Harrigan, Brooklyn; D : 6308, 
Feb. 23, 1905; 2c. Feb. 23, 1905. 33533 

an original moral drama in 3 acts and 11 

scenes, by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, New York ; 1877 : 8956. 
Aug. 4; 2c. Sept. 13. 33534 

Old (The) law; a play in 1 act, by B. Davenport. 

© Bulier Davenport, New York ; D : 15129, 

Feb. 19, 1909. 33535 

Old life and the new; a new melodrama in 5 
acts, 13 scenes, by E. J. IMorter. Ms. 

© Edward J. Morter, United States; 1894: 
25434, May 21 ; 2c. July 2. 33536 

Old (The) life's shadows. See Ignatia. 

Old lights for the new; a play in 4 acts, by W. 
Aspinwall. Typewritten. 

© W^oolsey Aspinwall, Washington; 1896: 
6420, Jan. 24 ; Ic. Jan. 24. 33537 



Old London; a drama, embodying incidents from 
Ainsworth's novels and other sources, with 
original effects and situations, by McKee Ran- 
kin and F. G. Maeder. 

© Fred G. Maeder and McKee Rankin, 
New York ; 1887 : 9858, Apr. 13. 33538 
-drama in a prologue and 4 acts, by Morti- 
mer Murdoch. St. Louis, W. Murdoch. 

© William Murdoch, St. Louis; 1886:4714, 
Feb. 25. • 33539 

-a romantic drama in 5 acts. 

© .Tohn S. Clarke, Philadelphia, and Lotta 
Crabtree, New York ; 1873 : 3344, Apr. 2. 

33540 

Old (The) love and the new; a play in 5 acts, 
being a new version of the play by B. Howard, 
entitled The banker's daughter, this version 
being ^\'ritteu and arr. by James Alberry and 
B. Howard. 

© Bronson* Howard, New York; 1879: 
17733, Dec. 29. 33541 

Old (The) love for the new; comedy drama in 
4 acts, by A. A. Burden. [70] p. f°. Type- 
wi-itten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1914 ; D : 35993 ; Arthur Ar- 
nold Burden, San Francisco. 33541a 

Old love letters; by L. McCormick [i. e. A. L. 
McGorniick] 

© Langdon McCormick, Port Huron, Mich. ; 
D : 349, Apr. 15, 1901. 33542 
a comedy in 1 act, by B. Howard. 

© Bronson Howard, New York ; 1878 : 9663, 
Aug. 22. 33543 

• Same. 

© Bronson Howard, New York ; 1897 : 73602, 
Dec. 30 ; 2c. Dec. 30. 33544 

■ Same. 22 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Bronson Howard, New York, in renewal 
for 14 years from Aug. 22, 1906; D : 8981, 
Aug. 22, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 22, 1906. 33545 

Old (The) maids' association; a farcical enter- 
tainment, by Louise L. Wilson. Philadelphia, 
Penn pub. co., 1900. 17 p. 12°. 

© Penn ]nib. co.. Philadelphia ; 1900 A : 
7439, Mar. 21 ; 2c. Mar. 2L 33546 

Old (The) maids' club; a comic entertainment, 

l)y IMarie Butterfield. Chicago, T. S. Denison 

[1903] 30 p. 12°. (On cover: Denison's 
specialties) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D:3850, Aug. 
19, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 3, 1903. 33547 

Old (An) maids' conference; a humorous enter- 
tninment in 2 scenes for any number of males 
and females, by S. Schell. New York, E. S. 
Werner i^ub. & supply co., 1900. 44 p. 8°. 
(The reciter's library, v. 3, no. 4) 

© Stanley Schell. New York; 1900 A: 14.371, 
June 9 ; 2c. June 22. 33548 



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Old (The) maids' convention; by Laura M. 
Parsons. 

© Walter H. Baker & cc, Boston; 1899: 
63162. Sept. "29 ; 2c. Oct. 21. 33549 

by M. J. Nelson. 

© M. Josie Nelson. Union City, Ind. ; 1900 
A : 1428, Jan. 15 ; 2c. Jan. 15. 33550 

■ a farce-extravaganza in 3 acts, by M. Davis. 

© Marv Davis, Sullivan, 111.; 1895:9929, 
Feb. 18. 33551 

kSVc also Spinster's (The) convention. 

Old maid's deception. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Homer Earnest Campbell, Fort Wayne, 
Ind.; L):8943, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Mar. 11, 
1904. 33552 

Old (An) maid's husband; comedy in 3 acts, 
by De W. Kaplan. [3], 52 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 12. 1911 ; D : 25479 ; De Witte 
Kaplan, Englewood, N. J. 33553 

Old (An) maid's love; a play in 4 acts, by M. 
lliggins. 

© Milton Higgins, Chicago; 1899:37708, 
June 7. 33554 

Old (An) maid's love match; comedy in 1 act, 
l>y K. Fitz Gerald. 

© Riter Fitz Gerald, Philadelphia ; D : 3145. 
Mar. 5, 1903. 33555 

Old maids no more; or, How they got hus- 
bands, bv Carrol Emms. [Kansas City, Mo., 
1903] 14 p. 12°. 

© Catherine I. McCoun, Kansas City, Mo. ; 
D : 4038, Oct. 1, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 24, 1903. 33556 

Old (An) maid's romance; a comedy sketch in 
1 act, by A. H. Laidlaw, jr. Typewritten. 

© Alexander H, Laidlaw, .ir.. New York; 
1899 : 11779, Feb. 10 ; 2c. Apr. 20. 33557 

Old (The) maids' temperance meeting-. See 
Sketches. 

Old (The) maid's triumph. See Captured. 

Old (An) maid's wooing; a comedy sketch, by 
A. Knott. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Adalbert Knott. New York ; D : 2406, Oct. 
2, 1902 ; 2c. Oct. 2, 1902. 33558 

a drama in 2 acts, by Martha Russell Orne. 

© W^alter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1899: 
20054, Mar. 18 ; 2c. May 4. 33559 

Old (The) mam'selle's secret. See Fay. 

Old (An) man's darling. 

© Joseph H. Godfrey, Chicago ; D : 13700, 
Sept. 2, 1908. 33560 

See also In Dutch. 



Old (An) man's darling or a young man's 
slave, 

© Cornelius Scofield Turner, Eau Claire, 
Wis.; D: 14211, Oct. 26, 1908. 33561 

Old man's dream; by L. B. Edwards. 7 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 20, 1909 ; D : 17497 ; lieopold B. 
Edwards, Dedham, Mass. 33562 

Old (An) man's hobby; by W, L. West, [10] p, 
f°. Typewritten. 

© William L. West, Brooklyn; D : 4694, 
Mar. 7, 1904; 2c. Mar. 7, 1904. 33563 

Old (The) man's Joseph; romantic drama in 4 
acts, by C D. Davidson. 78 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1911; D: 25524; Mrs. C. 
Dixon Davidson, Los Angeles. 33564 

Old (The) man's passing away; character act, 
with original words and music, 

© Billv Ray, Troy, N, Y. ; 1874:5088. 
Apr. 17. 33565 

Old (The) man's will. Sec Imogene. 

Old (The) maple farm; farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by M. Mosher. 

© Mortimer Mosher, Stamford, Conn. ; 
1892 : 49935, Dec. 7. 33566 

Old (The) mare's colt. 

© Chas. E. Trevathan, New York ; D : 5807. 
Nov. 22, 1904. 33567 

Old Marlin's millions; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
William J. Kavanagh. [68] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© W. J. Kavanagh, Washington ; D : 7163, 
Aug. 25, 1905 ; 2c. Aug. 25, 1905. 33568 

Old Martin of Killarney. 

© Henry D. Sayles, Bridgeport, Conn. ; D : 
11802, Nov. 25, 1907. 33569 

Old massa's son and heir; Ethiopian musical 
variety sketch, by Alfred B. Sedgwick. New 
Y'ork, R. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1876: 
8901, July 31; 2c. Dec. 28. 33570 

Old men and young women; 1 act comedy, by 
E. W. Scully. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1914 ; D : 38482 ; Eugene 
William Scully, New York. 33570a 

Old mill and the new; vaudeville sketch, by 
J. M. Bradford, 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1910; D: 20449; James M. 
Bradford, Canton, O. 33571 

Old (The) mill stream; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Sully. 

© Daniel Sully, Lake Hill, N. Y. ; D : 2620, 
Nov. 18. 1902. 33572 



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Old (The) mill stream — Continued. 

a rustic drama in 3 acts, by Fitzgerald 

aiurphy [i. e. J. F. MurphyJ [82J p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© John Fitzgerald Murphy, IVew York : T> : 
261S. Nov. 6. 1902; 2c. Nov. 21. 1902. 33573 

Old (The) miller (Maitre Coniille); a piece in 
3 acts, by Edouard Cadol, tr. and adapted by 
the Franco-American dramatic agency. 

'© Fran(,'ois Mons and Louis Nathal, New 
York; 1885:26507, Dec. 10. 33574 

Old (The) miner. 

© John ('. Level, Buffalo; 1885:9438. 
Apr. 23. 33575 

Old (An) minstrel man; vaudeville act for three 
people, by William H. Clifford. 14 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1912 ; D : 28529 ; Harry Brooks, 
Boston. 33576 

Old mission bells. See Alessandro and Ra- 
mona. 

Old Mr. Young; sentimental comedy in 3 acts. 

by Charles Sumner [pseud, of C. S. Hayes] 

and Harry Segall. 137 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1915 ; D : 4174S ; Charles S. 

Hayes, Chicago. 33576a 

Old Mrs. Pep; monologue, by E. Hopkins. 23 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 28. 1915; D: 41923; Edwin 
Hopkins, New York. 33576b 

Old Moneybag's; comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
S. Morris. 

© Sam Morris, Seattle; 1891:33260. Sept. 
17; 2c. Jan. 31, 1893. 33577 

Old Moneybags' will; ;i farce comedy in 3 acts. 
by S. E. Pierce. Typewritten. 

© Sarah E. Pierce, New York ; 1890 : 17335, 
May 27; 2c. May 27. 33578 

Old Morton's revenge. Sec Maria. 

Old Mother Earth; dramatic sketch in 1 act 
and 2 .scenes, by W. Wray. .1r. [16] ]). f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 2, 1913; D : 35234 ; William 
Wray, jr., New York. 33579 

Old Mother Goose and company; ;in (>i>eva1ic 
extravaganza. 

© William (). Johnson. Chelsea, Mass.; 
1896:27615, May 5. 33580 

Old Myddleton's money; a romantic domestic 
drama in 5 acts, dramatized by H. J. Ford, 
from the romance of same name, by May 
Cecil Hay. 

© Helen Josephine Ford, Buffalo; 1880: 
13798, Sept. 9. 33581 

See also Freaks. 



Old neighbors; a domestic Yankee drama in 4 
acts, by H. D. Smart. 

© Herbert Durrell Smart, Nashua, N. H. ; 
1891:9749, Mar. 14. 33582 

Old (The) New Hampshire home; a melodrama 
in 3 acts, by Frank Dumont. Philadelphia, 
Tile Penn pub. Co., 1908. 56 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia; D: 13615, 
A\ig. 20, 1908 : 2c. Aug. 19, 1908. 33583 

Old (An) New Yorker; an original play in 3 
acts and 5 scenes, by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, Brooklyn ; 1899 : 
22517, Mar. 29. 33584 

Old Ninny Noggins. See Village (The) fool. 

Old (The) oak; a romantic melodrama in 4 acts, 
by G. S. Fleming and F. M. Kendrick. 

© George S. Fleming and Frederick M. 
Kendrick, New York ; 1888 : 10246, Apr. 9. 

33585 

Old (The) oaken bucket; by M. ^I. Parker. 

© Mary Moncure Parker, Chicago ; D : 3212, 
Mar. 30, 1903. 33586 



— comedy drama in 4 acts, by Maurice J. 
Fielding. 106 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

® M. ,1. Fielding, New York; D : 3634, 
June 22, 1903; 2c. June 22, 1903. 33587 

— -a new conied'y of home life, by Edward E. 



Rice and .John J. Braham. 

© E. E. Rice. New York ; 1898 : 24322. Apr. 
18. 33588 

— an opera in 3 acts, by A. C. Moss. 

© Alf. Chas. Moss, Kansas City, Mo. ; 1893 : 
43916, Oct. 2. 33589 



— -a roniautic picturesque drama in 5 acts, bv 
J. J. McCloskey. 

© J. J. McClo.skev, Brooklvn; 1887:1064. 
Jan. 13 ; 2c. Jan. 13. 33590 



-rural drama in 4 acts, by Mary Moncure 

Parker. ('Ivicago, T. S. Denison »& co. 56 p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 20, 1913: 2c. Oct. 23, 1913; D : 34810 : 
i:hen H. Norris, Cihicago. 33591 

Old (The), old story. 11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Frances Wilson, Kansas City, Mo. ; D : 
12693. Apr. 6. 1908; 2c. Dec. 18, 1908. 33592 

-a comedy (h"ama in 4 acts, by Denniiin 

Thompson .-iiid G. W. Ryer. 

© George W. Ryer, Brooklyn: 1888:3168, 
Jan. 28. 33593 

i\n original comedy-drama in 4 acts, by W. 

C. Bellows and B. F. Roeder. 

© Walter C. Bellows and Benjamin F. 
Roeder, New York ; 1891 : 32, Jan. 2. 33594 



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33594 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



33613 



Old (The), old story — Coiitiniie<l. 

a play in 1 act, by A. Kimball. 2 ii. 1., 15 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1914 ; D : 38839 ; Astrid Kiiu- 
hall, Cambridge, Mass. 33594a 

or. The child of storm, a sensational play 

in 3 acts, by T. R. Hanu. 

© Tlionias K. Hann, Buffalo; 1873:11077. 
Sept. 1'7. 33595 

Old Orchard; in 4 acts, by Marguerite Mering- 
ton. Typewritten. 

© Ella S. Doris, New Yorlv : 1900 A: 26639. 
Oct. 26 ; 2c. Oct. 27. 33596 

Old Orchard beach; a pastoral play in 3 acts, 
l)y Frank Maltese. 

© Salvator II. Maltese. Salt Lake City ; D : 
4321, Nov. 27, 1903. 33597 

Old pards; a story of life in tlie West, a drama 
in 4 acts, by J. H. Rogers. 

© J. Howard Rogers. Chicago; 1881:13456. 
Sept. 1. 33598 

Old (The) parson; a domestic comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by (i. W. Ryer. 

© Geoi-ge W. liver. Brooklvn ; 1895 : 53251. 
Oct. 19. 33599 



a tirst part tinisli for a negro minstrel en- 
tertainment, ed. by (ieorge H. Coes. Boston, 
W. H. Baker & co.. 1893. 

© Wiilter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
42855. Sept. 25 : 2c. Oct. 20. 33600 

Old (The) parsonage; an entirely new and 
original comical, extravagant romantic idyl 
of every day life, in 4 acts, by C L. Graves. 

© C. L. Graves. New York ; 1888 : 2775, Jan. 
25. 33601 

Old pendulum; play in 3 acts, by C Phillips. 
L223] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© le. .Tan. 1.5, 1912; 0:28312; Charles 
I'liilllj)s, San Francisco. 33602 

Old Pipes and the dryad; dramatization of 
Frank Stockton's story in verse, by P. B. Stil- 
.son. 13 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 6. 1915; D: 41916; Paul Bost- 
wick Stilson. Cleveland. 33602a 

fairy play in 2 acts, by G. D. Fisher. 44 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4. 1910; D: 20736; Grace D. 
Fisher, New Y'ork. 33603 

—■ — See also Woodland folly. 

Old (The) plantation; a spectacular drama. 
Typewritten. 

© E. W. McConnell, Nashville, Tenn. ; 1897 : 
57037, Oct. 8 ; 2c. Oct. 8. 33604 

iSee also After the war. 



Jld (The) play. 8ee Lady of the Blackfriars. 

Old (The) playwright; dramatic episode in 1 
act, by H. E. De Lasaux. [2], 20 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1913; D : 35465 ; Harry E. 
De Lasaux, Oakland, Cal. 33605 

Old Pompey; an Ethiopian sketch in 1 scene, 
by F. L. Cutler. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. Ames, Clvde, O. ; 1883 : 4794. 
Mar. 15. 33606 

Old Pomposity. See Areola, the prairie belle. 

Old Puddin' head; the furiously funny farcical 
hilarity in 3 acts, by E. We.ston. 

© Edwin Weston, Boston; 1898:61784, 



Oct. 20. 



33607 

J. 



Old (The) quarry; drama in 4 acts, by R 
Bentley. [62J p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Robert J. Bentlev, Toledo, O. ; D:2186. 
Aug. 6. 1902: 2c. Aug. 19, 1902. [Note.— 
© in 1904 under the title The Brookdale farm, 
by T. S. Denison] 33608 

■ .S'fc also Brookdale (The) farm. 



Old (An) record. 

© Anna Gertrude O'Rvan. New York ; 1899 : 
70264. Oct. 28: 2c. Nov. 2. 33609 

Old (An) saw; an original 3 act musical farce 
comedy, by Arthur L. Faulks. 
• © Mrs. W. H. Faulks, Burr Oak, Mich. ; 
1892:348.57, Aug. 25. 33610 

Old (The) Schoharie farm. Ncc Lead dollar. 

Old (The) school at Hick'ry Holler; a comic 
entertainment in 3 .scenes, bv Lutie Fitzgerald. 
(!bicfigo. T. S. Denison [1904] 31 p. 16°. 

( [Denison's specialties]) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 4610. Feb 11, 
1904; 2c. Feb. 25, 1904. 33611 

Old (The) scout; 1 act, by F. L. Powers and 
T. .1. Joyce. 6 p. ' 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 6, 1915 ; D : 41181 ; Freeman L. 
Powers and Thos. J. Joyce, Boston. 33611a 

Old (The) sea dog; farce in 1 act. by Herbert 
Thomson, from a scenario by Howard W^all. 
[2]. 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1915; D : 42618 ; Herbert 
Thomson co.. New York. 33611b 

Old Sergeant Bundy; an original character 
comedy, by T. P. Morgan. 

© Tom P. Morgan, Rogers. Ark. ; D : 15824. 
May 11, 1909; 2c. May 11, 1909. 33612 

Old (The) sexton; an original home plav in 4 
acts, by F. M. Readick. [76] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Frank M. Readick, Chicago; D:9590. 
Dec. 6, 1906; 2c. Aug. 6, 1908. 33613 



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33638 



Old ship; dialogue for three boys, by Olara J. 
Denton. New York, J. Fischer & bro., 1910. 
1 p. I., 5-9 p. 12°. ( [Fischer's ed. of plays, 
dialogues and drills, no. 3372] ) 

© Feb. 1, 1910 ; 2c. Feb. 1, 1910 ; D : 20077 ; 
J. Fischer & bro., New York. 33614 

Old shipmates; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, by 
II. G. Morris. 

© Robert Griffin Morris, New York ; 1881 : 
7921, May 19 ; 2c. July 25. 33615 

Same. 

© Robert Griffin Morris, New York; 1881: 
8192, May 25; 2c. July 25. 33616 

Same. [109] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Elinor de Berrien Morris, New York ; D : 
6214, Feb. 11, 1905; 2c. Feb. 4, 1905. 33617 

Old (The) shoe; play in 1 act, by William Isaac 
Cohn. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© W. I. Cohn, Fort Smith, Ark. ; D : 8552, 
May 18, 1906; 2c. June 4, 1906. 33618 

Old Si Stebbins. Typewritten. 

© Hazel Parker Darleigh, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 
1900 A : 12326, May 16 ; 2c. May 7. 33619 

a rural comedy in 4 acts, by Eunice Fitch. 

© Wallace & Gilmore, Oswego, N. Y. ; 1900 
A : 6423, Mar. 9. 33620 

« 

Old Sleuth; dramatic composition, by J. Hurtig 
and H. J. Seamon. 

© Jules Hurtig and Harry J. Seamon. New 
York; D: 11.59, Dec. 7, 1901. 33621 

a dramatic composition in 4 acts, by Hal 

Ileid [i. e. .Tames Halleck Reid] [90] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Hurtig & Seamon, New York; P : 1722, 
Apr. 11, 1902 ; 2c. Apr. 11, 1902. 33622 

Old Sleuth, detective; a sensational comedy 
ilrauia in 4 acts, by A. L'Abbe. 

© Alexander L. L'Abbe, Chicago ; D : 747. 
Aug. 13, 1901. 33623 

Old Sleuth, the detective; sensational comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by L. J. Howard. 

© Lorin .Jasper Howard, Chicago ; D : 2716. 
Dec. 15, 1902. 33624 

Old (The) soldier; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
l)y P. W. Peters. 

© Phil. W. Peters, United States; 1892: 
15176, Apr. 6. 33625 
by P. W. Peters and A. Feeley. 

© Phil. W. Peters and Al. Feeley, New 

York; 1891:20263, June 2. 33626 

Old (The) soldier fiddlers; a musical comedy 

sketch, by W. Vincent and E. L. Koneke. [1], 

6 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1913 ; D : 32280 ; Eugene L. 
Koneke and Walter Vincent, New York. 

33627 



Old (The) songs; a nuisical comedy in 1 act, 
by Caroline Fuller. Philadelphia, The Peun 
publishing company, 1905. 24 p. 12°. 
[AVords only] 

© Penn pub. co.. Philadelphia ; D : 7411, 
Oct. 17, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 17, 1905. 33628 

Old (The) South; a comedy in 4 acts, by Mr.s. 
G. Gokithwaite. 

© Mrs. Geo. Gokithwaite, Leadville, Col.; 
1892 : 10627, Mar. 8. 33629 

Old southern life; a spectacular farce comedy 
depicting southern negro life, by M. H. Welsh. 

© M. H. Welsh, United States ; 1897 : 59357, 
Oct. 19. 33630 



2 p. 



Typewrit- 



Old (The) sport's dream, 
ten. 

© Charles M. McDonald, New York; D: 
6412, Mar. 21, 1905; 2c. Mar. 21, 1905. 33631 

Old (An) stag'er; a comedy in 4 acts, by G. H. 
Jessop and Wm. Gill. 

© W. J. Florence, New York ; 1882 : 15659, 
Sept. 22. 33632 

Old (The) stock farm; by J. H. Koukle. 

© James Howard Konkle, Newark, N. J. ; 
D : 976, Oct. 18, 1901. 33633 

Old (The) story; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
D. Thompson and G. W. Ryer. 

© Denman Thompson and George W. Ryer, 
United States ; 1888 : 633, Jan. 6. 33634 

-original play in 5 acts, by Annie Lewis 

(Mrs. F. W. Johnson) 

© Mrs. F. W. Johnson, New York; 1886: 
27774, Dec. 9. 33635 

play in 1 act, by r>runo Lessiug 

[pseud, of R. Block] 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 19, 1915; D: 39437; Rudolph 
Block, New York. 33635a 

Old (An) story retold. See Bet (The) 

Old (An) story with a new tail; vaudeville 
skit, by Chester Wayne Brown. 25 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1911 ; D : 25136 ; C. W. Brown, 
San Jose, Cal. 33636 

Old (The) sunbonnet; how it redeemed an er- 
ring daughter, by W. L. Jones. 04 p. 4°. 
T.Tpewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1910 ; D : 22667 ; W. L. .Tones, 
Los Angeles. 33637 

Old (An) sweetheart of mine; drama in 4 
acts, by Owen Davis. [107] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Jules Murry. New York ; D : 10103, Feb. 
28, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 28, 1907. 33638 



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33663 



Old (An) sweetheart of mine — Continued. 

l)lay in 4 acts, by O. Davis. New York, 

London, Samuel French, ltd. 75 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 21, 1911; 2c. Nov. 20, 1911; D: 
25795 ; Owen Davis, New Yorli. 33639 

Old (An) sweetheart's return; [play in 4 acts] 
by H. Van Dyke and M. Klasen. [95] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. S, 1912; D : 28253 ; Hulda Van 
Dylce and Marie Klasen, Chicago. 33640 

Old Tate's gal; in 3 acts, by A. S. Hickman. 
Typewritten. 

© Albert Scott Hickman, Ottumwa, la. ; 
1900 A : 24070, Oct. 4 ; 2c. Oct. 4. 33641 

Old Tennessee; a Southern musical comedy, in- 
troducing' la pas mala, l)y xVlexander and 
Tralle. Typewritten. 

© Alexander and Tralle, Kansas City, Mo. ; 
1895 : 34814, July 5 ; 2c. Aug. 24. 33642 

Old Testament word-scenes; ed. by Catherine 
Lewis. 122 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© C. Lewis, New York ; D : 8206, Mar. 22, 
190G ; 2c. :\Iar. 22, 1906. 33643 

Old (The) theory; phiy in 4 acts, by H. Houston. 
[01] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1914 ; D : 38742 ; Harris Hous- 
ton ; Wichita Falls, Tex. 33643a 

Old (An) thoroughbred; by C. C. Burnham. 
17 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Carroll Burnham, Boston; D: 
1185. Dec. 10, 1901 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1902. 33644 

Old-time (An) courtship; comedy in 3 acts, by 
<;. G. Watkins. 12 p. 12°. Printed. 

© .Tan. 15, 1912; 2c. Jan. 30, 1912; D: 
28480; (Jrace O. AValkins, Kress, Va. 33645 

Old-time (The) melodies; a 2 scene sketch, by 
Iv. Whitcomb. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Russell Whitcomb, Elizabeth, N. J. ; D : 
13175. .rune 13. 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 26, 1908. 33646 

Old-time (An) tea-party; a i^lay, by A. Detmers. 
Buffalo, The J. W. Klein printing co., 1895. 

© Arthur Detmers, Buffalo; 1895:63611, 
Dec. 16. 33647 

Old-timer (An); a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. Gaylor and W. A. Brady. 

© Bobby Gaylor and William A. Brady, 
United States ; 1891 : 6040, Feb. 13. 33648 

Old-timer Tarzen; romantic comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. P. Gabbert. ii, 91 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1910 ; D : 21293 ; A. Paul Gab- 
bert, Chicago. 33649 

Old-times rocks; a sensational drama in 5 acts, 
by G. E. Doolittle. 

© George E. Doolittle, New York; 1873: 
2165, Mar. 6. 33650 



Old-times rocks and the Chinaman; a comedy, 
by F. Wilson. 

© Fred Wilson, New York; 1884:17913, 
Sept. 4. 33651 

Old (The) tobacco shop; farce in 1 act and 2 
scenes, by W. B. Wright. [1],14 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1911; D : 25731 ; Willard B. 
Wright, Philadelphia. 33652 

Old (The) toll gate; by F. Sexauer. 

© Frederick Sexauer, Canton, O. ; 1894 : 
1722, Jan. 4. 33653 

Old (The) toll-house mystery. See That dorg. 

Old Tompkins' millions; or. An American 
marquise, a society comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by C. St. Martin. 

© Clement St. Martin, New York; 1893: 
26540, June 2. 33654 

Old Tom's v/ard; or, Madge, the waif , a comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. Schonberg. 

© James Schonberg, New York; 1889: 
26904, Sept. 4. 33655 

Old (The) treasurer; a 3 act drama, by H. M. 
McNutt. Bessamer, Ala., Bessemer ptg. and 
pub. company, 1893. 70 p. 12°. 

© H, M. McNutt, Bessemer, Ala.; 1893: 
39960; Sept. 1; 2c. Nov. 13. 33656 

Old (The) trunk in the garret; a play for 
children in 2 acts, by Ella Keatinge. New 
Yoi'k, The Roxbnry publishing company, 1899. 
1 p. ]., 7 p. 16°. (Wizard series) 

© Roxbury pub. co.. New York; 1899: 
12664, Feb. 15 ; 2c. Feb. 15. 33657 

Old Turk; an Easter drama. 

© Mai'tha Young, Greensboi'O, Ain.; D: 
7.3.54, Sept. 11, 1905. 33658 

Old umbrellas; a pathetic play in 1 act. 

© John E. Owens, Towsontown, Md. ; 1874 : 
10970, Aug. 22. 33659 

Old Uncle Billy; an Ethiopian sketch in 1 
scene. New York, Happy hours company. 

© Happy hours co.. New York ; 1875 : 7657, 
July 22; 2c. July 28. 33660 

Old Uncle Glory; or, The lost will, a drama of 
southern life in 5 acts, by W. A. Rothacker 
and O. H. Rothacker. 

© W. A. Rothacker and O. H. Rothacker, 
Lexington, Ky. ; 1872 : 11782, Nov. 7. 33661 

Old Uncle Jed. 

© Sidney Sanderson, Minneapolis; 1900 A: 
6075, Mar. 5. 33662 

a pastoral play in 4 acts, by W. S. Luce. 

© Walter S. Luce, La Crosse, Wis.; 1899: 
53677, Aug. 22. 33663 



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33683 



Old uniforms; play in 1 act, by M. C. Donnell. 
[1], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 23, 1913 ; D : 35422 ; Murray 
Cushing Donnell, New York. 33664 

Old (An) vase. .32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

C Elsie Harrinian Mackav, Buffalo; D: 
6711, May 22, 1905 ; 2c. May 22, 1905. 33665 



Old (The) veteran. 

© Zeff Schlosberg, 
1SS47, Apr. 11. 



Wasliington ; 1894 : 
33666 



Old (The) violinist; dramatic sketch, by II. E. 
Peckham. [1], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1. 1912; D: 30592; Ralpli E. 
Peckham, Grand Rapids, Midi. 33667 

Old Virginia; a drama in 4 acts, bv Lewis 
Charles [i. e. E. L. Charles] 

© Elijah Lewis Charles, United States : 
1885: 17971. Aug. 24. 33668 



-a pastoral of the war, in 4 acts and 6 tab- 
leaux, by J. J. Wallace. 

© J. T. AVallace, New York; 1890:41045, 
Dec. 23. 33669 

Old (The) Virginia hermit; a drama In 3 acts, 
by S. G. Bradfield. Clyde, O., Ames' pub. co.. 
1902. 26 p. 12°. ([Ames' series of standard 
and minor drama, no. 436] ) 

© Ames pub. co.. Clyde. O. ; D : 2011, Aug. 
14. 1902; 2c. June 14. ]9()2. 33670 

Old (The) Virginia home; in 4 acts, by A. L. 
.[( )] 1 ns( )n. Typewritten. 

© Annie Lewis Johnson, Salt Lake City ; 
1900 A:. 31 097, Dec. 24; Ic. Dec. 24. 33671 

Old (An) war horse; a play in 4 acts, by E. J. 
Swartz. 

© Edward J. Sw^artz, Philadelphia: 1884: 
19309, Sept. 26. 33672 

Old (An) Washington County homestead in 
1856; by V. W. lUirrill. Sonierville. iMass., 
P.auks pivss, 190S. cover-title, 64 p. 12°. 

© Fred W. Burrill, Charlestown, Mass. ; 
D: 12756. Aim 16, 1908; 2c. Apr. 16, 1908. 

33673 

Old ways— new ways; play in 4 acts. ))v Stefanie 
(Joigcr. 1 60 1 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© S. (ieiger. New York; D : 9372, Nov. 1. 
1906; 2c. Nov. 1, 1906. 33674 

Old (The) wayside inn; a drama in 5 acts, by 
.1. E. Crary. Clyde, O., Ames pub. co. 

© Ames publishing co., Clyde, O. ; 1894: 
4371, Jan. 18 ; 2c. Jan. 27. 33675 

Old (The) wife and the new. Sec Married for 
money. 



Old wine; a comedy in 1 act, by H. S. Stone 
and H. G. Rhodes. Typewritten. 

© Herbert Stuart Stone and Harrison Gar- 
tield Rhodes. Chicago ; 1895 : 11052. Feb. 23 ; 
Ic. Feb. 25. 33676 

Old wives for new; dramatization of David 
<;rahani Pliillips' novel, by E. F. Hackett. 
4 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3, 1912 ; D : 30725 ; P^dmund 
Francis Hackett. New York. 33677 

Old (The) woman that lived in a shoe. See 
Mother Goose in vaudeville. 

Old (The) woman, the villain and the good 
young man. Sec Quixotics. 

Old (The) woman who lived in a shoe; a panto- 

juimic bvu'letta in 1 act. by Frank H. Nelson. 

© George R. Edeson, Baltimore ; 1871 : 

11358, Dec. 1. 33678 

Old Yankee neighbors. Sec Bradford folks. 

Old Zad. Hastings, town constable, and his 
gal Chip. 

© Claud Pelham. Syracuse. N. Y. ; 1893: 
27892, June 10. 33679 



Old Zeb Billings, 
posters. 



Sec Village (The) bill- 



Old Zip Coon; an Ethiopian eccentricity in 1 
scene. New York, Happv hours company 
[1874] 7 p. 12°. ([Ethiopian drama, no. 
67]) 

© Happy hours co.. New York; 1874: 12235. 



Sept. 28; 2c. Oct. 



17. 33680 

See Ye olde folkes at 



Olde folkes at home 
home. 

Oldest (The) inhabitant; Scottish comedy in 1 
act. by Bay Waters and Frank Campbell. 
[2]. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1914 ; D : 37755 : Francesca 
Redding, New York. 33680a 

Ole con olel .iuguete comico-lirico en 1 acto y 
en verso [de] J. Jackson Veyan. music;) de los 
maestros Torregrosa y Crespo. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores esiianoles] 1908. 35 p. 12°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Jose .Jackson Vevan. Madrid: D: 1.3463. 
July 25. 1908: 2c. July 25, 1908. 33681 

Ole Doc Selby; plav in 1 act. bv M. Swan. 27 p. 
4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 22, 1910; 1> : 22355 : :\Iark E. 



Swan, New York. 



33682 



Ole Evenson; play in 4 acts, by B. (ireenfield. 
[1], 49 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 29, 1913 ; D : 35483 ; Ben Green- 
field, Kalamazoo, Mich. 33683 



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33684 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



33705 



Ole Jason Ginger; or. The village parson, pas- 
toral play in 4 acts, by J. A. Preston. [1], 
63 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 20, 1912; D : 28357 ; John A. 
Preston, Providence, R. I. 33684 

Ole Joe n' young Joe; a coined v in 5 acts, by 
M. L. Tidball. 

© Mary Langdon Tidball, Fort Monroe. Ya. ; 
1885 : 17295, Aug. 15. 33685 

Ole Mammy Chloe; a nioiKilo^^uc. by :M. T. 
Allen. Typewritten. 

© Marie Townsend Allen. New York; 1900 
A : 26399, Oct. 23 ; 2c. Oct. 23. 33686 

Ole Mammy Chloe goes to boarding school; 
1 act sketch, by S. Swanson. 

© Sara Swanson. New York; 1900 A: 
27229, Nov. 2. 33687 

Ole Olsen; a Scandinavian dialect comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by G. J. Heege. [69] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Gus J. Heege. Peoria, 111.; 1888:37763. 
Dec. 31; 2c. Feb. 25, 1890. 33688 

Ole Olson in Mexico; or. The land of broken 
promises, play in 4 acts, by W. Travis. 
LU. 42 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 18, 1914; D : 37355 ; AYesley 
Travis, Estherville, la. 33688a 

Ole Olson in Spiritland; in 3 acts, by Onii .M. 
Dalton. [101 p. I"°. Typewritten.' 

© Carl Dalton and Albert Chester Jenks 
Royce. La Crosse. Wis. ; D : 2650, Nov. 11, 
1902; 2c. Sept. 9, 1903. 33689 

Ole Olson, jr.; comedy drama in 4 acts, by B. H. 
Droste. [1], 37 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1. 1911 ; D : 23821 ; B. H. Drost(\ 
Richmond. 33690 

Ole, the Swede detective; phiy in 3 act.s, by 
A. E. Markbam and Benjamin Greenfield. 
[1], 28 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. S, 1914; D; 37814: Albert Ed- 
ward Markbam, Rochester. Minn. 33690a 

Ole Virginia; [historical drama in 4 acts] by 
T. P. Sullivan. Typewritten. 

© Timothv Paul Sullivan. Milwaukee ; 1900 
A : 9964, Apr. 19 ; Ic. Mav 6 ; 1901 ; Ic. Aug. 28. 
1901; 2c. (printed) Jan. 10. 1908. 33691 

O'Learys' (The) kids; a 1 act play, by J. 
Forbes. 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© James Forbes. New York : D : 7318. Sept. 
26, 1905; 2c. Oct. 20. 1905. 33692 

Ole's adventures in Toyland; farce comedy in 
3 acts, 5 scenes, by G. B. Engesser and Vates 
Engesser. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1915; D: 40380; George E. 
Engesser, St. Peter, Minn. 33692a 



Ole's luck; an original Swedish dialect comedy 
drama in 4 acts and 7 scenes. 

© Chas. H. Hall. Chicago; 1892:30761. 
Sept. 8. 33693 

Olga; a drama in 3 acts, by A. Caplin. 38 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Abel Caplin. St. Louis; D : 1512L Feb. 18. 
1909; 2c. Feb. 18, 1909. 33694 

a 5 act drama, by H. Allen and C. Camp- 
bell. San Francisco, 1885. 22 p. 16°. 

© C. Campbell. San Francisco; 1885:16955. 
Aug. 10; 2c. Sept. 22. 33695 

^or. The Franco-Russian spy, by W. F. 

Trayes [New York. Edgar S. Werner & co., 
1905] cover-title. 8 p. 12°. (On cover: Wer- 
ner's jilays) 

© Edgar S. Werner. New York; D:7126. 
Aug. 19, 1905; 2c. Oct. 4. 1905. 33696 

Olive; a drama in 5 acts, adapted from I\Irs. 
Derrick's story of that name, by A. Woodhull 
and S. Spence. 

© Alice Woodhull and Sarah Spence. New 
Y'ork ; 1876 : 4573. Apr. 15. 33697 

dramatic sketch in 1 act, by C. Miehling. 

© Charles Miehling. New York; D : 12716. 
Apr. 1(>. 1908. 33698 

an emotional society play in 3 acts, by 

Stanley jMcKenna. 

© Loui.sa Eldridge, New York; 1872:9097. 
Aug. 24. 33699 

Olive Latimer's husband; a play in 3 acts, by 
It. Besier. (]3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Itudolf Besier, London ; D ; 14892. Jan. 
25, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 25, 1909. 33700 

Olive Varcoe. 

© Fred H. Cameron. Owego, N. Y. ; 1874: 
11989, Sept. 24. 33701 

an emotional sen.sation drama in 3 acts, 



dramatized from a novel of the same title. 

© Jennie Abbott, Niai^ara Falls. N. Y. : 
1872 : 7386, July 10. 33702 

a play in 2 parts and 6 acts, dramatized 

from a popular work by F. E. JM. N., by C. A. 
Sweetland. 

© Charles A. Sweetland, Chicago ; 1875 : 
8860, Aug. 26. 33703 

or. True to the last, a drama in 5 acts, by 

M. P. Pendleton. 

© Marv Pearl Pendleton, Baltimore; 1873: 
10567, Sept. 13. 33704 

-See also Crimson (The) cord. 

Oliver Cromwell. Typewritten. 

© Robert Gerke. Marietta, O. ; 1900 A : 1775. 
.Tan. 19; 2c. Jan. 19. 33705 



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33727 



Oliver Cromwell — Cuiitiuned. 

;i (Ifauiii in 4 acts, by H. C. Husted. 

© Harry C. Husted, New York ; 1872 : 11313, 
Oct. 24. 33706 

an historical drama in 5 acts, by John Sum- 

inors. Luiidon. The International copyright 
bureau, ltd. [1906] 88 p. 12°. 

© International copyright bureau, ltd., Lon- 
don ; D : 8567, May 21, 1906 ; 2c. May 21, 1906. 

33707 

Oliver Cromwell, lord protector of England; 
a drama, by T. Nield. 

© Thomas Nield. Livonia, Ind. ; 1890 : 
16349, May 19; 2c. Uec. 26. 33708 

Oliver Fickle, agent; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
G. M. Travis. [S4J p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George M. Travis. Peeliskill, N. Y. ; 1891 : 
24097, July 2 ; 2c. July 1. 33709 

Oliver from the hills of Ohio; drama in 6 acts, 
by L. L. Hall, v, 59 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 14. 1911 ; D : 23360 ; Luther Levi 

Hall, Marietta, O. 33710 

Oliver Perkins, A. M.; a seiisational comedy 

drama in 4 acts, l)y C. B. Gillingwater and 

F. C Molyneaux. 

© Claude B. Gillingwater, St. Louis ; 1896 : 
23359, Apr. 15. 33711 

Oliver Twist; a drama in 5 acts, by A, Van 
Deventer. 62 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Abram Van Deventer, New York; D: 
7548, Nov. 11, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 7, 1905. 33712 

adapted from Charles Dickens' novel, 

by Beaumont Claxton [pseud, of T. C. Tay- 
lor] 96 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© le. July 11, 1912; D : 30238 ; Thomas 
Claxton Taylor, Lorain, O. 33713 

short cast version, taken from Dickens' 



gi-eat novel of the same name, by W. F. Burke. 
[3], 42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 24, 1912 ; D : 30627 ; Wm. Fran- 
cis Burke, New York. 33714 

/S'cc also Under London. 

Olivet; or, A rare Teutonic specimen, a farce 
in 1 act. bv J. E. Crary. Clyde, O., Ames pub- 
lishing CO. [1894] 1 p. 1., 15 p. 12°. ([Ames' 
series of standard and minor drama, no. 
3.341 ) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1894:11191, 
Feb. 22 ; 2c. Mar. 1. 33715 

Olivette; opera comique in 3 acts. English 
iulaittation of words to music by H. B. Farnie, 
com])osed by Audran, dialogue and business 
tr. and adapted by T. L. Boston, O. Ditson 
& CO. [etc., etc.] 1881. 54 p. 16°. [Libretto 
only] 

© Oliver Ditson & co., Boston ; 1881 : 1958, 
Feb. 7 ; 2c. Feb. 23. 33715a 

See also AU-of-it. 



Olivette ballet; a mimical and terpsichorean 
scene, invented and arr. in several composi- 
tions, by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York ; 1887 : 1727, 
Jan. 21. 33716 

Olivia; or, It was for her sake, play in 4 acts 
dramatized from the novel of Chas. Garvice, 
by B. Rinaldo. [3], 67 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. June 26, 1913 ; D : 33614 ; Bruce Ri- 
naldo, Chicago. 33717 

Olivia's crime; a drama, by J. M. Morton and 
G. E. Lothrop. Typewritten. 

© John M. Morton, New York, and Geo. E. 
Lothrop, Boston; 1892:41389, Oct. 12; 2c. 
Oct. 29. 33718 

Ollanta; oper in 5 akten, von Paul Julius Im- 
mergriin. 

© Heinrich Hellwig, New York; 1894: 

31025, June 8. 33719 

Ollantay; lyric drama of the children of the 
sun, in 5 acts, tr. and dramatized by F. S. 
Brewster, ix [3], S3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1912 ; D : 31447 ; Frances S. 
Brewster, Boulder, Col. 33720 

Olympe de Cieves; a play in 4 acts, by P. De- 
courcelle, adapted from the French novel of 
Olympe de- Cieves by Alexander Dumas. 
[164] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Pierre Decourcelle. Paris ; D : 4288, Nov. 
23, 1903; 2c. 

Olympe's marriage. 
Augier. 

Olympia; ]»lay in 3 acts, by I. II. Vail. 57, [1] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Ai)r. 19, 1911; D: 24001: Isabel TI. 
Vail, New York. 33722 

• Sec also Weber's Olympia. 

Olympus; a comic opera, by F. H. Williams. 

© Francis Howard Williams, Philadelphia ; 
1889 : 3922, Feb. 2. 33723 

or. Jupiter's court, by C. N. Harrington. 

© Charlies N. Harrington, Providence, R. I. ; 
1881 : .5671, Apr. 15. 33724 

Olympus versus New York; drama in 2 acts, by 
J. G. Ewing. 2 V. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Oct. 29, 1913 ; D : 34891 ; Joseph Grant 
Ewing, Wilmington, Del. 33725 

Omadhaun (The); a comedy drama in 3 acts, 

adapt(>d from the Irish tales, by L. l'\ Howard. 

© Louis F. Howard, United States; 1881: 

10730, July 11. 33726 

Irish di-ama in 3 acts, by H. M. Briggs. 

6 p. 1., 48 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Henrv Morgan Briggs, Cleveland; 1885: 
18570. Sept. 2 ; 2c. Sept. 19. 33727 



Nov. 23, 1903. 33721 

See Four plays; by Emile 



1688 



33727 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



33745 



Omar; am-siciil coiiumIv in 2 acts, by A. W. Her- 

zog. 74 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. July 23, 1915; D: 41297; Alfred W. 

Herzog, New York. 33727a 

A. N. C. Fowler. 



■ ■ book and lyrics, by 

71 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© A. N. C. Fowler, Glens Falls. N. Y. ; D : 
G790. June 8, 1905 ; 2c. June S, 1905. 33728 

■ -operatic fantasy, by A. E. Lyon. 4 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Jan. 26, 1915; D : 39555 ; Anna E. 
Lyon, New York. 33728a 

Omar and the rabbi; Fitzgerald's tr. of the 
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, and Browning's 
Rabbi Ben Ezra, arr. in dramatic form by 
F. L. Sargent. Cambridge [Mass.] Harvard 
cooperative society, 1909. 28 p. 16°. 

© Frederick Le Roy Sargent, Cambridge, 
SLass. ; A : 231487, Feb. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 12. 
1909. 33729 



opera libretto in 2 acts, by 
Now York ; 



Omar, jr.; comic 
H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith 
Feb. 17, 1906. 

Omar Khayyam; by G. Seibel. 

© George Seibel, Pittsburgh ; 1900 A : 31698, 
Dec. 31. 33731 



D : 8013, 
33730 



- — - book 
acts, by 
ten. 



and lyrics of a 
A. M. Lane. 45 



comic opera in 2 
p. 4°. Typewrit- 



© Alex McGill Lane, Hagerstown, Md. ; D : 
8600, May 28, 1906; 2c. May 28, 1906. 

33732 

-a poetical drama in 4 acts, by F. W. 

Clarke. [112] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frederick Wlllard Clarke, Boston; I) : 
2884. Jan. 22, 1903; 2c. Jan. 22, 1903. 33733 

Omar Khayyam, the tent-maker; Persian play 
in prologue and 3 acts, by R. W. Tully. [130] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1913; D : 34745 ; Richard 
Walton Tully, New York. 33734 

O'Mara; iu 5 acts, by H. B. Cypelman. 

© Hyman B. Cypelman, New Y^ork ; D : 27, 
Jan. 12, 1901. 33735 

O'Mara's fate; a play in 3 acts and a prologue, 
by B. N. Livingston. [70] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Benjamin Nathaniel Livingston, Balti- 
more; D:4951, Apr. 26, 1904; 2c. Nov. 5, 
1906. 33736 

Omar's opal; opera in 2 acts, libretto by A. N. C. 
Fowler. 45 p. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto 
only] 

© A. N. C. Fowler, Glens Falls, N. Y. ; D : 
4083, Oct. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 12, 1903. 33737 



Ombra (L') di Don Giovanni; dramina lirico in 
3 atti e 4 quadri, di Ettore Moschino, musica 
di Franco Alfano. Paris, Societe anonyine des 
Editions Ricordi ; IMilano, G. Ricordi & c, 
1914. 56 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 15, 1914; Ic. Apr. 16, 1914; D: 
36732 ; Societe anonyme des Editions Ricordi, 
Paris. 33737a 

Ombres chinoises; 9 pieces par Lemercier de 
Neuville. dessins de Jean Kerhor. Paris, Le 
Bailly, O. Bornemann, 1911. 173 p. 12°. 
Contents : Notice historique. — Construction 
du theatre et des ombres. — La fete de Cather- 
ine. — L'infortune voyageur. — La soirge Cour- 
tepince. — Les trois souhaits.— La cassette du 
docteur. — Le crime de Saint-Just. — Les pa- 
pillons de Fanchette. — L"ile deserte. — Le bon 
roi Dagobert. 

© Apr. 5, 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 22, 1911 ; D : 24029 ; 
O. Bornemann, Paris. 33738 

Omelet; playlet in 1 act, by J. T. Connors. 6 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1910 ; D : 20366 ; Jack T. Con- 
nors, Denver. 33739 

Omelette. See Eggs. 

Omelette (I*') au prealable. See Omelette (L') 
impossible. 

Omelette (L') impossible; piece en 1 acte [par] 
Despaux et Saint-Paul, tiree du monologue de 
Despaux L'omelette au prealable. Paris, C. 
Joubert. 23 p. 12°. 

©Mar. 19, 1910; 2c. Mar. 21, 1910; D: 
20525; C. Joubert, Paris. 33740 

Omero (The); a mythological burlesque, bv F. B. 
Smith. 

© Fred B. Smith, Maiden, Mass.; 1891: 
8255, Mar. 4. 33741 

Ominous (The) bell; a study in 4 acts, by C. F. 
Farnham. 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1911; D: 25402; C. Foster 
Farnham, Buffalo. 33742 

Omyo; a vaudeville sketch, by N. Gardner. 
19 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Nelson Gardner, Rutherford, N. J. ; D : 
13339, July 14, 1908; 2c. July 14, 1908. 

33743 

On a Broadway car; a monologue, by B. B. 
Hayward. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Beatrice Brooke Hayward, Wavland, 
Mass.; D : 12195, Jan. 17, 1908; 2c. Jan. 17, 
1908. 33744 

On a foreign shore; or, Charity a la mode, play 
in 1 act, by Laura Glavis Nevitt [i. e. L. G. 
White] 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 2, 1912 ; D : 29267 ; Laura Glavis 
Wliite, New York. - 33745 



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33762 



On a Secret service detail. Sec Starry (The) 
flag in Cuba. 

On a seeing London motor. Sec Eternal (The'i 
feminine. 

On a side street; drama in 1 act. bv J. Crom- 
well. [1], 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 6. 1914 ; 1 > : 3662.J ; John Crom- 
well, New York. 33745a 

dramatic composition in 1 act. by H. Miles. 



On approval; comedy in 1 act, by Chester Henry 
Keouli. 29 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© ('. H. Keofrh, Chicaj,'o; I):65.'»3, Apr. 20. 
19()."): 2c. Ai»r. 20. 190."). 33753 



[21. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28. 1910 ; D : 22662 ; Homer Miles. 
New York. 33746 



play in 1 act. by (>. T. .Tohnsone. 11 ]). 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1. 191.5; D : 3982.J ; Otto T. 
.Tohnsone. Brooklyn. 33746a 

On a sleeper; 1 act comedy, by W. Holcoml). 
22 ]i. S°. Typewritten. 

© Willard Holcomb, Toledo. O. ; D : 2162, 
.Tuly 28. 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 23. 1903. 33747 

On a spree. See Let loose. 

On a summer's day; comic opera libretto in 3 
acts, by B. Chappie. [.55] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1914 ; D : 38744 ; Bennett Chap- 
].ie. Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 33747a 

musical playlet in 1 act, book by A. C. 

Brunner and E. Gage, lyrics by A. C. Brun- 
ner, music by E. Gage. IT p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Words only I 

© Ic. Nov. 29. 1909; D : 17552 ; Edward .T. 
Gage and Adolph C Brunner, Oakland. Cal. 

33748 

On a summer's night; sketch, by Charles Hor- 
witz. 7 p. 4°. Tyi»ewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 12. 1914: I):3S4G2; Harry R. 
KU'in. New York. 33748a 

On a une consigne ou Ton n'en a pas; par 
Henry de Bri.say. :> p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. .lune 21. 1912; I> : 30004 ; Gaumont 
(•(.., New York. 33749 



— ejiisode from Siidermann's Das hohe lied, 
ill 2 scenes, by A. .M. I.ederer. [38] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

® Ic. Sept. 9. 1913; r)::{4370; AlLson M. 
LedertT. New York. 33754 



tarce comedy in 3 acts, by H. B. Fay. 110 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. :\[av 28, 1915; D : 40784 ; Howard 
limbeck Fay, New York. 33754a 

On bail; 1 act jilay, by G. :Middleton. [3], 17 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 9, 1913 ; D : 31927 ; George Mid- 
dleton. New York. 33755 

Sec <i1xo Tradition. 



On account of the lobster; a farce in 1 act, by 
Robert C. V. Meyers. 

© Penn pub. co.. I'hiladelphia : 1):3(m9. 
.lune 26. 1903 : 2c. June 26. 1903. 33750 

On an Arizona ranch; by E. B. Bonner. 13 p. 
4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. July 17, 1909; I): 16279; E. P.. Bon- 
ner, Chicago. 33751 

On and off the stage; by Alfred Kelcy. 22 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Richard T. and Adeliene Willian)s, New 
York; D:1121. Nov. 25, 1901; Ic. Nov. 25. 
1901. 33752 

On and off the table. Sec Wee bit of natural 
Irish. 

1690 



On Baile's strand. Sec In the seven woods. — 
Poetical (The) works of William B. Yeats. 

On board Bungungaboo; a musical playlet in 2 
acts, by D. Lewis. 

© Dave Lewis. New York ; D : 12.509. Felt. 17. 
1908. 33756 

On board the Mary Jane; an original come- 
(lierta in 2 scenes, hy Leali Lessi and INI. A. 
Kelly. [26] p. f°. " Typewritten. 

© Malachv A. Kelly, Providence, R. I.; D: 
9902, Feb. 4, 1907; 2c. Feb. 4, 1907. 33757 

On both sides; an original drama of the Civil 
W'iw in 4 acts. ])y F. lleermans. 

© Forbes Heernians, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1S9(»: 
1287. .Tan. 8. 33758 

— — Same. 

© Forbes Heernians. Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1898 : 
3468, Jan. 6: 2c. .Tan. 11. 33759 

On bread and water; a musical farce in 1 act, 
imitated from the (Jerman. by Sydney Rosen- 
fell. New York, R. M. De Witt. 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
7()97. July 23 : 2c. July 29. 33760 

On Broadway; play in 1 act, by J. Brennan. 4 
1). C Tyjiewritten. 

© Ic. June 26. 1915; D : 41101 ; Jay Bren- 
nan, New York. 33760a 

On change; an original comedy drama in 4 acts, 
]»y M. ^lagiii. 

© Marv Magin, Chicago; 1892:1432.5, 
Ai.r. 1. 33761 

On Cherry Hill; a play of New York life, com- 
edy drama. 

© Hines and Remington, New York; 1896: 
11101. Mar. 3. 33762 • 

On Christmas eve. See House of the heart. 



33763 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



33783 



On circumstantial evidence; a play in 4 acts, 
by M. Siegraan. [60] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Matilda Siegmau, New Yovl^ ; D : 9724, 
I)ee. 31, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 31, 1906. 33763 

On circus day; a comedy drama in 4 acts. 

© .Airs. U. Bennett. Milwaukee ; D : 3078, 
.Tilly 1, 1903. 33764 

On condition; an emotional society drama in i] 
acts, l)y T. Addison. 

© Tliomas Addison, Lowell, Mass. ; 1885 : 
4mn. Feb. 19. 33675 

On dark ways; or, For a father's honor, a 
di'amatie play, by E. W. Zimmerman. 

© E. W. Zimmerman, United States : 1S8G : 
3000, Feb. 3. 33766 

On detective duty; a play in 4 acts, by G. L. 
Raymond. 44 p. 12°. Printed. 

© George L. Raymond, ^^'asllington ; D : 
14G71, .Tan. 2, 1909; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 33767 

On diplomatic service; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by \V. E. La Rose. [1], 66 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1914; D: 36156; Wm. E. La 
Rose, La Cros.se, Wis. 33767a 

On earth; a farce comedy in 3 acts. 

© Thomas S. M.-irtin, New York; 1889: 
37437, Dec. 9. 33768 

On easy street. See Easy street. 

On election day; a 1 act comedy, by E. Gas- 
tinean. 

© Edmond Gastineau, New York; 1892: 
21897. May 24. 33769 

On fortune's wing'; a play in a prologue and 4 
acts, by E. Leland. [171 1 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Edward Leland, New York; D : 2035, 
June 21, 1902 ; 2c. June 21, 1902. 33770 

On frappe les trois coups; [sayiietes et mono- 
logues, del Roger Dombre. Paris, Librairie 
Armand Colin. 1913. 2 p. 1.. 262 p.. 1 1. 12°. 
Contents : Au-dessus de Tentresol. — Au- 
tour d'uu piano. — Succ^s fou. — Bonne recom- 
pense. — Le dedicace. — L'indicateur. — I^es cf»- 
(luilles. — Ma t'ennne et mon cliat. — L'anse du 
panier.— Le sac. — Retour du bague. — Couic- 
couic. — Epouser le roi. 

© Apr. IG, 1913; 2c. May 24. 1913; D: 
33304; Max Leclerc and H. Bourrelier, Paris. 

33771 

On Friday night. See Amateur night. 

On guard; a comedy in 3 acts, adapted by E. 
Henderson. 

© Ettie Henderson, Jersey City ; D : 4260. 
Nov. 10, 1903. 33772 



On g-uard — Continued. 

a farce in 1 act, by C. F. Townsend. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison [1889] 1 p. 1., 11 p. 16°. 
( [Amateur series] ) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; 1889:24537, 
Aug. 9 ; 2c. Sept. 14. 33773 

On hand; or, True to the last, an original 
I)rotean drama in 3 acts, by J. McCloskey. 

© James J. McCloskey. Brooklyn; 1871: 
3822, Apr. 25. 33774 

On his devoted head; a domestic scene, tr. from 
T^n crane sous une tempete of Abni. Drey- 
fus, by George B. Coale. 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York; 1885: 
19760, Sept. 19; 2c. Sept. 26. 33775 

On land and sea; or, Our guardian angel, an 
original melodrama, by Clarence Burnette. 
Typewritten. 

© Wm. T. Iveogh, New York ; 1897 : 54112. 
Sept. 27; 2c. Sept. 28. 33776 

On love's altar; or, A fatal fancy, by M. St. 
John. 

© Mary St. .Tohn, New York; D: 1545, iSIar. 
10, 1902. 33777 

-or, Madg'e, a drama, I)y M. St. John. 247 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Mary St. John, New York ; D : 2419, Oct. 
7, 1902 ; 2c. Oct. 7, 1902. 33778 

On nait esclave; piece en 3 actes. par T. Ber- 
nard et J. Schlumberger. 16 p. 4°. (L'lllus- 
iration theatrale, 8'" annee— 211, 27 ayrill912) 

© Apr. 27, 1912; 2c. May 11, 1912; D: 
29640: Tristan Bernard & Jean Schlum- 
berger. I'aris. 33779 

On ne badine pas avec I'amour; 3 actes d'apr5s 
Alfred de ]\lusset, poeme de (iabriel Xigond 
et Louis I^eloir, musique de Gabriel Piern§. 
Paris, Heugel et cie., 1910. 67 p. 16°. 
! Words only] 

© June 11, 1910; 2c. .Tune 6, 1910: D: 
21209: Heugel et cie., Paris. 33780 

On neutral ground; or. My lady of Bergen, a 
comedy in 4 acts. 

© B. F. Underwood. Ridgefield, N. J. ; D : 
28.50, Jan. 12. 1903. 33781 

See also Patriot (A) spy. 

On New Year's eve; a play in 1 act, by George 
D. Parker. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© G. D. Parker, Baltimore; D : 9292. Oct. 
23, 1906; 2c. Nov. .5, 190G. 33782 

On nothing a week; comedy in 1 act. by C. F. 
Dey. ii. 12 ]), 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1910; D : 21238 ; Charles F. 
Dey, New York. 33783 



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33784 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



33806 



On old Gape Ann; a comedy drama iu 4 acts, 
by G. II. Howard. [3], 93 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© George Henry Howard, Washington ; D : 
10107, Mar. 9, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1907. 33784 

Same. 120 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Hem-y Howard, Washington ; D : 
16083, June IG, 1909; 2c. June 16, 1909. 

33785 

On old Cape Cod; comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
F. H. Wade. 

© Francis Henry Wade, Allegheny, I*n. ; D : 
5461, Aug. 18, 1904. 33786 

in 4 acts, by Stanley Wood. 

© Earl W. De Moe, Chicago; 1900 A: 
24929, Oct. 6. 33787 

On Palm Island; drama in 1 act, by F. C. 
Kodgers. [1], 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1914; D: 36792; Franl^ C. 
Rodgers, Chicago. 33787a 

On parole; a drama of the late war, in 5 acts, 
by D. L. Hart. 

© Daniel L. Hart, Wilkes Barre, Pa.; 
1890 : 6051, Feb. 19. 33788 

On paye en nature; comedie en 1 acte, [par] 
Marcel Nadaud. Paris, C. Joubert, 1913. 22 
p. 8°. 

© Nov. 22, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1913 ; D : 30201 ; 
.Joubert, Paris. 33789 

On purg-e bebe; pi&ce en 1 acte, par G. Feydeau. 
24 p. 4°. (LTllustration theAtrale, no. 157, 
20 aout 1910) 

© Aug. 20, 1910; 2c. Oct. 10, 1910; D: 
22255: Geoi'ges Feydeau, Paris. 33790 

On roller skates; a farcical, musical comedy in 
3 acts, by R. G. Morris. 

© Robert Griffin Morris, New Yorli ; 1884: 
24299, Dec. 8. 33791 

On Satan's mount; an American drama of the 
20tli centui'y in 4 acts and 5 scenes, by I. B. 
Goodrich, jr., arr. from the story of the 
same name l)y Dwidit Tilton. [82] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ira B. Goodrich, jr.. Boston; D : 5720, 
Nov. 3, 1904; 2c. Nov. 12, 1904; Ic. (type- 
writtenj Dec. 15. 1905, with title. The monev 
king. 33792 

On September morn; comedy in 1 act, by E. W. 
Ruff. [1], 14 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1913; D: 34440; Edgar 
Weston Ruflf, New York. 33793 

On Shannon's shore; an Irish romantic drama 
in 4 acts, by J. Searle Dawley. [135] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Mary G. Spooner, Brooklyn; D : 9287. 
Oct. 22, 1906; 2c. Oct. 22, 1906. 33794 



On short notice; comedy in 3 acts. 

© James Frances Dolan, New York: 1897: 
22217, Apr. 8. 33795 

On southern soil; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by F. Marsh. 

© Fred Marsh, T^tica, N. Y. ; 1896:18622. 
:\Iar. 25. 33796 

On special service; original military drama in 
4 acts, by Lorin .Iasi)er Howard. 

© Howanl iS: Dovlo, Chicago; 1898:48031, 
A\ig. 15. 33797 

Oi) stepping' stones; a i)lay in 4 acts, l>y Mar- 
garet Cameron. [107] p. 4^. Typewritten. 
© Margari'i ('ameron Snn'th, Oakland. Cal. ; 
D:2257, Aug. 21, 1!)(I2; 2c. Sept. 2, 1<)(I2. 

;33798 

On the alert; or, The dress rehearsal, farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by M. F. I>c'ianoy. 

© M. Frances Delanov, Alameda, Cal. ; 
1899 : 20807, :Mar. 21. 33799 

On the altar of duty; a dnmestic; drama iu 1 
act, by G. ^^■. ^^ all hew and II. Ripley. Type- 
written. 

® Geo. W. A\'altliew ami Helene Ripley, 
United Stales; ISit:; : •J0732, Apr. 28; 2c. Feb. 
12, 1894. 33800 

On the astral plane; a drama in 3 acts, by G. W. 
and H. It. Walthew. Typewritten. 

© George W. an(4 Helene Ripley Walthew, 
San Francisco: 1893:51142, Nov. 16; 2c. Apr. 
23. 1894. 33801 

On the banks of Killarney; by A. Emmet. [3] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 25, 1911 ; D : 2.5305 ; Adrian Em- 
met. St. Louis. ' 33802 

On the banks of the Simois; masque, a play 
in 3 acts, by A. Luehrmann, Grace Gallaher. 
Rosamond Brevoort, Fanny McKinney and F. 
Hart. Ms. 

© Adele Luehrmann and Fanny Hart, New^ 
York ; 1896 : 35417, June 16 ; 2c. June 16. 

33803 

On the banks of the Wabash; a dramatic com- 
position, by J. P. Voorhees. 

© James Paxton Voorhees, Washington ; 
189S : 19810, Mar. 26. 33804 

On the beach at Long Branch; a dramatic com- 
position in 3 acts, by J. J. Magee. [64] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© John Joseph Magee, New York ; D : 3136, 
Mar. 7, 1903 ; 2c. Feb. 24, 1903. 33805 

On the bill-boards. 

© Willis Steell and H. H. Pennock, New 
York ; D : 10630, May 24, 1907. 33806 



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33829 



On the border; a play in 4 acts, by C. M. Bender. 
[49] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 7, 1913 ; D : 32218 ; Carey Mires 
Bender, El Paso. 33807 

On the borderland. 85 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Philip R. Kellar, Chicago ; D : 6991. July 
19, 1905; 2c. July 24, 1905. 33808 

On the boundary line; drama in 4 acts, by B. 
Eylertli. 

© Bruno Eyferth, Duluth, Minn. ; 1898 : 
]9r>75. Mar. 25. 33809 

On the Bowery. Typewritten. 

© T. H. Davis, New York; 1893:28977, 
June 17 ; Ic. June 19, 1893 ; Ic. Jan. 27, 1894. 

33810 

On the bridge at midnight; a melodrama of 
American life to-day, in 4 acts, by W. L. Rob- 
erts. Typewritten. 

© William L. Roberts, Chicago; D : 2606, 
Nov. 13, 1902 ; 2c. Apr, 22, 1903. 33811 

See also Burlesque on On the bridge at 

midnight. 

On the brink; a comedy drama in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Emma Schiff and Laurence 
Levy. 

© Alfred T. Jones, Philadelphia; 1876: 
13014, Nov. 23. 33812 

a drama in 4 acts, by R. Howard. 

© Rita Howard, Washington; 1884:19857, 
Oct, 3. 33813 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by W. H. Thomas. 



[31] p. f . Typewritten. 

© W. Henry Thomas, New York ; D : 1718, 
Apr. 9, 1902 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1902. 33814 

— 1 act dramatic play, by Littell McClung and 
John Cullen. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 22, 1909 ; D : 17499 ; Littell Mc- 
Clung, Baltimore. 33815 

1 act play, by H. Warwick. [10] p. 4°. 



Ms. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1911 ; D : 23172 ; Henry War- 
wick, New York. 33816 

original 4 act play, by E. E. Kidder. 121 



p, 4 , Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1915; D : 41911 ; Edward E. 

Kidder, New York. 33816a 

play in 1 act, by J. A. Flynn. [2], 12 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1912; D : .30598 ; Joseph A. 
Flynn, Brooklyn. 33817 

or, The creole slave, a sensation drama in 



4 acts and 4 scenes, a new adaption from 
the celebrated story of The magnolia, re- 
written and arr. by F. Jones. Ms. 

© Frank Jones, Fairview, W. Va. ; 1881: 
17431, Nov. 8 ; Ic. Nov. 8. 33818 



On the brink — Continued. 

-or, The reclaimed husband, a temperance 

drama in 2 acts, by H. Elliott McBride. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison, 1878. . 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1878 : 12824, Nov. 
7; 2c. Nov. 11. 33819 

Same. Chicago, T. S. Denison [1906] 34 



p. 12 . (On cover: Amateur .sei'ies) 

© H. Elliott McBride, Coraopolis, Pa., in 
renewal for 34 yrs. from Nov. 7, 1906; D: 
9390, Nov. 5, 1906; 2c. Nov. 5, 1906. 33820 

— See also Mrs. Norton's mission. 



On the brink of a precipice. 15 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Frederick W. Wendt, New York; D: 
13447, July 30, 1908; 2c. July 30, 1908. 33821 

On the brink of the abyss; play in 4 acts, by G. 
Neumann. 63 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 31, 1910 ; D : 22449 ; George Neu- 
mann, Chicago. 33822 

On the campus; a musical playlet, by L, D. 
Young. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 
© Lawrence Ditto Young, Buffalo; D: 
15183, Feb. 15, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1909. 

33823 

On the cards; a comedy in 3 acts, by H. C. 
Husted, 

© H, C, Husted, New York; 1886:18287, 
Aug. 11. 33824 

On^the Cheyenne trail; by Jack Burnett. 11 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Eugene Le Pelletier and Jeane Le Pelle- 
tier, Detroit, Mich. ; D : 11,501, June 27. 1907 ; 
2c. Sept. 27, 1907. 33825 

On the city wall; dramatic playlet, by D. H, 
Clift, 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1910; D : 20486 ; Denison 
Halley Clift, Mill Valley, Cal. 33826 

On the cross; a romantic drama in 5 acts, bv 
M. AValsh and M. J. SafCord. 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklyn, and Mary J. 
Safeord, Washington; D : 2660, Nov. 19, 1902. 

33827 

On the curb; play in 3 acts, by H. P, Mawson, 
[148] p, 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 16, 1911; D : 2.5809 ; Harry P. 
Mawson, New York. 33828 

On the day; play in 1 act, by R. P. Stokes. 15 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tuly 31. 1915 ; D : 41460 ; Rose Pastor 
Stokes, Stamford, Conn. 33828a 

On the desert; vaudeville sketch, by J. D. Steell 
and J. R. Armstrong. 

© John Denton Steell, Los Angeles; D: 
10394, Apr. 22, 1907. 33829 



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33830 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



33849 



On the diamond; an American baseball com- 
edy, l)y Phil ill Verrill Mijihels. 11361 p. 4°. 
Tyi)e\vritten. 

© Philip V. Mighels. New York ; r> : S3Tt). 
Apr. 5, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 5, 1906. 33830 

On the docks; a comedy drama, by J. J. Mc- 
Closkey. 

© Hines and Remington. New York ; D : 
1384. Jan. 6, 1902. 33831 

On the door-step; musical comedietta in 1 act. 
by L. Weslyn. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words onlyl 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 1915; D: 41685; Louis Wes- 
lyn. New York. 33831a 

On the dragon's pass; a vaudeville sketch, by 
B. W. (.'urrie. 

© Barton W. Currie. New York ; D : 12310. 
Feb. 5, 1908. 33832 

On the earth; a satire on dramatic conserva- 
tories, in 3 acts, by E. Hope. 

© Edward Hope, Chicago ; 1894 : 30467. 
June 4. 33833 

On the Eastern Shore; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by O. Fletcher. 

© Covne Fletcher. Washington; D:3521. 
June 1. 1903. 33834 

On the edge of things; a play in 1 act, by H. 
ililes. [2]. IS p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic Mar. 5. 1913 ; D : 32514 ; Homer Miles, 
New York. 33835 

On the Esther; a 3 act farc(^ comedy, by AV. O. 
Johnson. 

© William O. Johnson. Chelsea, Mass.; 
1893:48901. Nov. 2. 33836 

On the eve; a drama in 3 acts, by Leopold 
Kanipf. 1 1311 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© L. Kanipf. New Yorlc ; D : 9608. Nov. 27. 
1906; Nov. 28. 1906. 33837 

Same. New York. International library pub- 
lishing CO., 1907. 2 p. 1.. 7-100 p. 12°. 

© International lilirai-y i»ub. co.. New York; 
D- 1(1190. Mar. 6. 1907; 2c. Mar. 6, 1907. 

33838 

On the eve of events; play in 4 acts, by N. H. 
Hornstine. 

© Nathan Harris Hornstine, IMiiladelphia ; 
D: 15699. A]n: 23, 1909. 33839 

On the eve of Gettysburg; 1 act playlet, by 

W. H. Mering. [1]. 24 p. t\ Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1912; D : 292i0 ; William H. 

Mering, Pittsburgh. 33840 



On the face of the waters; a drama in 5 acts, 
by L. W. Builen. founded on Flora Aimie 
Steel's novel of tli»^ same name. |91] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Lillian Williams Builen. New Orleans: 
I^: 13810. Sept. 16. 1908; 2c. Sept. 16. 1908. 

33841 

On the fence; or. The political campaign of 
1888, satire in 1 act. by (i. F. Marion. 

© (ieorge F. Maricm and Lewis Dockstader. 
United States; 1888:22462. Aug. 4. 33842 

On the firing line; drama in 1 act. by K. Uoss. 
[1|. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1913: I>:3.")406: IL-irlc Koss. 
Chicago. 33843 



modern play in 1 act. by M. Uider. |2|. 

21 jt. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1915: I):421(l(»; Mary Uldcr. 
New York. 33843 a 

On the force; comedy dialogue in 1 act. by H. M. 
Shaw. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21. 1910: D : 22893 : Harold :M. 
Sliaw. New Yoi-k. 33844 

On the frontier; a drama in 1 act. by ( i. W. 
and H. K. Walthew. Typewritten. 

© (icoi'gc W. and Helen Uipley \\'althew. 
San Francisco; 1SS)3: 51143. Nov. IC): 2c. Ajir. 
:::'>. 1S94. 33845 

tarce in 1 ;i<'t. by V. I>ru(>gger. |1|. 8 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 18. 1914: D ; 392n3 ; Frederick 
PJruegger. Chicago. 33845a 

— a melodrama in 5 acts. 

© IMary E. Crane. New York; 1887:27013. 



Oct. 26. 



33846 



oi'iginal western melodrama, by A. L. 

Johnson. 

© Annie Lewis .Tohnson. New York; 1888: 
34042. Nov. 30. 33847 

• See also Our soldiers. 

On the go; in 3 acts, by Frank Dumont. 

© Chas. A. Loder, Philadelphia; 1894: 
33014, June 22. 33848 

On the great highway; a drama in 4 acts, by 
F. Sunnnerfield. 67 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Fred Summerfield. New York; D:2510. 
Oct. 29, 1902; 2c. Oct. 29, 1902. 33849 

On the Greenboro nine; an entertainment in 3 

acts, by Ward INIacauley. Philadelphia, The 

Penn publishing company, 1914. 35 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 21, 1914; 2c. Oct. 23, 1914; D: 

38593; Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 33849a 



1694 



33850 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



33868 



On the half shellj a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. C. Lederer. 

© George C. Lederer, Cincinnati ; 1895 : 
4578, Jan. 17. 33850 

On the heights. See Victory. 

On the high line; by George Fowler [i. e. G. F. 
Feather] 

© George Fowler Feather, St. Louis; D: 
603, June 24, 1901. 33851 

On the hills of brown; play in 3 acts, by S. 
Kingsbury. 64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1913 ; D : 38155 ; Sara Kings- 
bury, Indianapolis. 33852 

On the hog. 

© D. Margolinsky, Columbus, O. ; 1894: 
34114, June 28. 33853 

On the home stretch; drama in 4 acts with tab- 
leau, by E. W. Gilliam. [86] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 1, 1913 ; D : 33674 ; Edward Win- 
slow Gilliam, Baltimore. 33854 

On the honor of a Fairfax; southern play of the 
present day in 1 act, by J. F. Coolie. 21 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1913 ; D : 32490 ; James Fran- 
cis Cooke, Bala, Pa. 33855 

On the house top; play in 2 acts, by F. S. 
Holmes. 17 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 22, 1911 ; D : 24542 ; Florence 
S. Holmes, Trenton, N. J. 33856 

On the Hudson; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
H. F. Henry. 

© H. F. Henry, Gowanda, N. Y. ; 1889: 
14010, May 8. 33857 

a drama in 4 acts and a prologue, by I. 

Singer. 

© Isaac A. Singer, Kingsbridge, N. Y. ; 
1872 : 399, Jan. 15. 33858 

On the Hulda Jane. See In treasure land. 

On the ice; play in 1 act, by C. Voss. 15 p. f. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1914; D: 35660; Carl Voss, 
Hettinger, N. D. 33858a 

On the inside of a Washington bureau; a 
comedy of tape winders, an adaptation of A 
bluette by A. [E.] Scribe, in 3 acts, by Ran- 
dolph Keim [i. e. DeB. R. Keim] 

© De Benneville Randolph Keim, Washing- 
ton ; D:790S, Jan. 26, 1906. 33859 

On the job; a comedy in 1 act, by T. E. B. 
Henry. [1], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1912; D: 29277; T. E. B. 
Henry, New York. 33860 



On the job — Continued. 

musical comedy in 1 act and 1 scene, book 

and lyrics by D. MacBoyle, music by Fred 
Hudler. [47] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1913; 0:34518; Darl Mac- 
Boyle, New York. 33861 

On the Ju Ja ranch. 

© T. W. Spaulding, San Francisco; D: 
15955, May 26, 1909. 33862 

On the jury; monologue, by A. Hoffman. [1], 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1914; D : 35877 ; Aaron 
Hoffman, New York. 33862a 

Same. pt. 2. [1], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1914 ; D : 36453, Aaron Hoff- 
man, New York. 33862b 



Same. pt. 3. [16] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1914 ; D : 38111 ; Aaron Hoff- 
man, New York. 33862c 

On the Klondike; a drama in 4 acts, by J. A. 
MacKnight. 

© James Arthur MacKnight, New York; 
1897 : 46970, Aug. 21. 33863 

an original melodrama in 4 acts, by W. R. 



Siedle. 

© William R. Siedle, Pittsburgh; 1897: 
46159, Aug. 17. 33864 

On the knees of the gods; a drama, bv E. John. 
[27] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ernest John, Manistee, Mich. ; D : 11002. 
July 20, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 3, 1907. 33865 

On the level; comedy in 1 act, by R. Barry. 
41 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Nov. 18, 1914; D: 38825; Richard 
Barry, New York. 33865a 



— -comedy playlet, by DeW. E. Kaufman. 
[1], 12 p. f°. . Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1913 ; D : 33417 ; De Witt E. 
Kaufman, Memphis, Tenn. 33866 



— 1 act sketch, by P. Knowles and F. Mc- 
Donough. jr. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 6, 1911 ; D : 23282 ; Paul Knowles 
and Frank McDonough, jr., Denver. 33867 

•play in 4 acts, by R. Madden. [107] p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 13, 1912; D : 29362 ; Richard 
Madden, New York. 33868 

On the links; playlet in 1 act, by Frank Camp- 
bell. [2], 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 25, 1914; D: 37669; Francesca 
Redding, New York. 33868a 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



1695 



33869 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



33891 



On the Little Big Horn; a comedy drama of 
the West in 4 acts, bv Charles Ulrich. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison, 1907. 82 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 11434, Sept. 
28, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 25, 1907. 33869 

On the long trail; drama in 4 acts, by A. Wynne. 
[115] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27,. 1911; D : 25329 ; Anna 
Wynne, New York. 33870 

On the love-path; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
('. .^[. S. Mcl..'11-ui. [110] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© C. M. S. McLelhm, London; D : 7205, 
Sept. 5, 1905; 2c. Sept. 5, 1905. 33871 

On the lower bay; play in 1 act, by J. E. Aus- 
trian. [8], 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1914; D: 37715; Joseph E. 
Austrian, New York. 33871a 

On the march; a musical comedy in 2 acts, by 

AV. Yardley, B. C. Stephenson and Cecil Clay. 

© Wm. Clarke Stewart, New York; 1896: 

29650, May 15. 33872 

On the market; farce comedy in 3 acts, by P. 
Ilobinson. 133 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Pendleton Ilobinson, Jamaica Plain, 
.Mass. : D : 4125, Oct. 2, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 8, 1903 

83873 

On the Midway; a farce comedy, by H. A. Perry. 

© Harry A. Perry, Chicago; 1893:54625, 

Dec. 11. 33874 

a musical burlesque, by H. Montague. 

© Harrv Montague, New York ; 1893 : 49921, 
Nov. 9. 33875 

On the Midway Plaisance; a comedy, by H. A. 
Perry. 

© Harrv A. Perry, Chicago; 1893:54620. 
Dec. 11. 33876 

On the Mississippi. 

© Sprooks & Lynch, Brooklyn; D : 8281, 
Apr. 5, 1906. 33877 

: a melodrama in 5 acts, by W. Haworth. 

© William Haworth, United States; 1893: 
50875, Nov. 15. 33878 

a scenic production,, negro character danc- 
ing and staging sketch. 6 p. 4°. Type- 
wrilten. [Words only] 

© Carroll .Tohhson, Atlantic City ; D : 3735, 
July 11, 1903 ; 2c. July 11, 1903. 33879 

— — - or. Throw in another nigger, dramatic 
.sketch in 2 scenes, bv O. W. Stewart. [11] 
p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1914; D : 38974 ; George W. 
Stewart, New York. 33879a 



On the ocean (SulP oceano); a drama in 4 acts. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; 1887:3980, 

Feb. 18. 33880 

On the old Tsike road; 2 scenes and 3 acts, by 
C. J. Scluiffrit. 

© Charlie J. Schaffrit, New Haven, Conn. ; 
D : 2226, Aug. 12, 1902. 33881 

On the old turnpike road; by E. A. Rigney. 

© Edwin A. Kignev, Jersey City; D:5674, 
Oct 24, 1904. 33882 

On the owl; a comedy in 1 act, by W. M, Cressy. 
20 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© W. IM. Cressy, Concord, N. H. ; D : 7819, 
Jan. 5, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1905. 33883 

On the Penobscot; a simple story of life in 
Maine, in 4 acts, by W. Gill. Typewritten. 

© Harry D. Grahame and William Gill, 
New York; D : 1926, May 23, 1902; 2c. May 
23, 1902. 33884 

On the plains; a sketch, by Sarah Beverton. 6 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lucy M. Sawver, New York ; D : 7644, 
Nov. 25, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 25, 1905. 33885 

On the plains of Wyoming; sketch in 1 act, by 
J. Gabriel. p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 4, 1911 ; D : 23006 ; Jim Gabriel, 
New York. 33886 

On the Potomac; a play, by J. Howe. 

© Junius Howe, New York ; 1889 : 32809. 
Oct. 29 33887 

— — -a romantic military drama in 5 acts, by 
G. H. Ellis. 

© Charles Henry Ellis,- Redfield, S. D. : 
1896: 15249, Mar. 9. 33888 

On the precipice; play in 3 acts, by Victor 
Pnini and .1. Rolnlck. [2|,104p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 30, 1912 ; D : 30383 ; Wm. J. Perl- 
man and J. Rolnick, Brooklyn. 33889 

On the quiet; comedy in 2 acts by Gladys Ruth 
Bridghani. P>oston, W. H. Baker »& co., 1915. 
30 p. 16°. 

© Nov. 5, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 6, 1914 ; D : 38715 ; 
Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 33889a 

'an original farcical con)edv in 3 acts, by 

G. T. A^ncent. 

© Charles T. Vincent. New York; 1SS4 : 
9522, May 8; 2c. July 28. 33890 

On the rail; a musical comedy in 2 acts, by C. 
I'arnard. 

© Charles Barnard. New York; 1880:13673, 
Sept. 7. 33891 



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33892 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



33915 



On the red staircase; a drama in 5 acts, by M. 
Walsh. 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklyn; 1897:67181, 
Dec. 3. 33892 

On the Rhine; an original military comedy in 
4 acts, by B. Campbell. 

© Bartley Campbell, San Francisco ; 1875 : 
6390, June 17. 33893 

On the Rio Grande; play in 1 act, by J. McCree. 
[1], 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1913 ; D : 33774 ; Junie Mc- 
Cree, New York. 33894 



— • or. The gambler's romance, by Mirou Lef- 
fingwell. 46 1. f°. Mimeographed. 

© July 1, 1909 ; 2c. July 13, 1909 ; D : 16387 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 33895 

— See also Tenderfoot's (The) turn. 



On the road; comedy drama in 4 acts, by R. L. 
Bond. 123. p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 22, 1912; D : 28382 ; Raymond 
Leslie Bond, Fall River, Mass. 33896 

a comedy drama in 3 acts, by D. O'Connell 



and W. Kohlman. 

© Daniel O'Connell, San Francisco; 1885: 
18551, Sept. 1 ; 2c. Sept. 1. 33897 

— ■ and 6 scenes, by B. Frank Waterman. 

70 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© B. Frank Waterman, Brooklyn ; D : 1350. 
Jan. 24, 1902 ; 2c. May 22, 1902. 33898 

— a drama in 1 act, by C. Ruge. 23 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Clara Ruge, New York ; D : 7588, Nov. 15, 
1905; 2c. Nov. 17, 1905. 33899 



— farce comedy, by G. M. Cohan. 

© George M. Cohan, New York ; 1895 : 45080. 
Sept. 4. . 33900 

— a farcical, musical melange in 1 act, by 
Carroll Fleming. 

© Stephen P. Andrews and Harry H. Earl, 
Brooklyn ; 1899 : 10752, Feb. 6. 33901 

— -musical comedy in 3 acts, bv L. Wales and 
F. J. Titus. 

© Leonard Wales and Fred'k J. Titus, New 
York ; 1895 : 51614, Oct. 11. 33902 

— • by W. Holcomb. 



© Willard Holcomb, New York; D : 6204, 
Feb. 10, 1905. 33903 

or, Virtue under a, mask, a new comedy- 



drama in 4 acts, by B. F. Waterman. 

© B. Frank Waterman. New York; 1882: 
9980, June 17. 33904 

On the road to Arcady. See Picture (The) 



On the road to Bath; a comedy in 4 acts, by J. 
Barton. [147] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

©■ Julien Barton, New York ; D : 3934, Sept. 
14, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 33905 

On the road to Rome; a dramatic cameo in 1 
act, by E. E. Enos. [19] p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Earl Edward Enos, Chicago; D : 3053, 
Feb. 26, 1903 ; 2c. June 13, 1903. 33906 

On the rocks. 

© H. W. Anderson, Brooklyn ; D : 15537, 
Apr. 5, 1909. 33907 

On the roof at a fashionable sanatorium; origi- 
nal sketch in 1 act, by L. I'. "Warner. 16 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1909 ; D : 17022 ; Louise P. 
Warner, New York. 33908 

On the rush; play, by R. A. Bliss. [41] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28190 ; Rosa A. Bliss. 
New York. 33909 

On the Sahara; an original farcical comedy in 
4 acts, by F. E. Dumm and A. Sully. 

© Frank E. Dumm and Alice Sully, Upper 
Sandusky, O. ; 1886 : 8781, Apr. 12 ; 2c, Apr. 23. 

33910 

On the sand lots; dramatic composition in 5 
acts, by J. Smith. 

© James Smith, Chicago ; D : 6831, June 17, 
1905. 33911 

On the sands; or. Sport at Coney Island, tell- 
ing of the temptations and tribulations of the 
Tubbses at Manhattan Beach, a comical con- 
ceit in 3 acts, with melodious music and spe- 
cial specialties, by W. F. Sage. 

© Will F. Sage, Boston ; 1881 : 10508, July 6. 

33912 

On the Santa Fe trail; a story of old New Mex- 
ico, by William Jossey. 

© William C. Thompson, Chicago ; D : 8920, 
.July 25, 1906. 33913 

On the scaffold; drama in 4 acts, bv B. C. Sta- 
sheff. 

[90] p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 29, 1914; D: 38363; Boris Ch. 
Stasheff, New York. • 33913a 

On the shores of sin. 47 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© John Couners. Chicago ; D : 4887, Apr. 16, 
1904 ; 2c. Apr. 16, 1904. 33914 

On the sig'ht-seeing' car; comedy sketch in 1 
act, by Ernest M. Gould. Philadelphia, Penn 
pub. CO. 18 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Sept. 4, 1909 ; D : 16710 ; 
Penn pub. CO., Philadelphia. 33915 



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33938 



On the slope at Frisco; an original play in 4 
acts, by W. A. Houpt and J. Ryan. 

© W. A. Houpt and James Ryan, San Fran- 
cisco ; 1874:9242, July 14. 33916 
On the sly; or, Just for fun. 

© Ada Deaves, New York; 1887:26668. 
Oct. 15. 33917 

On' the spot; a comedy. 15 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten, 

© Benjamin Chapin, New York ; D : 11060. 
Dee. 21, 1907; 2c. Jan. 20, 1908. 33918 

See also Money (The) spider. 



On the square; play in 1 act, by M. TurnbuU 
and H. Turnbull. [2], 17 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten, 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1912; D: 30990; Margaret 
and Hector Turnbull, New York. 33919 

On the stage; in 1 act, by M, M. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb, 14, 1911 ; D : 23353 ; M, de Nas- 
cimento, Washington. 33920 

a 3 act frivolous farce, by E. E. Kidder. 

© Edward E. Kidder, New York; 1886: 
7878, Apr. 3 ; 2c. Apr. 13. 33921 

On the stage and off; musical farce comedy in 
3 acts, by I. Witmark. 

© Isidore Witmark, New York; 1895: 
41845, Aug. 15. 33922 

On the stair; 1 act drama, by J. B. Foster. 
[2], 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1912; D: 28523; Julia B. 
Foster, Berkeley, Cal. 33923 

On the staircase; comedy for 1 male and 1 fe- 
male, by Frances Aymar Mathews. New 
York, E. S, Werner & co., 1907. 12 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner & co.. New York; D: 
11 699, Nov. 7, 1907; 2c. Nov. 22, 1907. 33924 

On the stairway of life in seven ages; phiy in 
1 act, by Mrs. II. A. Williams. 42 p. 12°. 
Printed. 

© Sept. .22, 1909; 2c. Sept. 23, 1909; D: 
16856; Mrs. Flurry Alston Williams, San Fran- 
cisco. 33925 

Same. New York, Samuel French ; London, 

Samuel French, ltd., 1909. 42 p. 12". 
( [French's int'ernational copyrighted ed. of 
the works of the best authors, no. 164] ) 

© Nov. 13, 1909; 2c. Nov. 15, 1909; D: 
17369; Mrs. Harry Alston Williams, New 
York. 33926 

On the street; an original sketcli in 1 act and 
1 scene [by] E. W. Scully. 

© Eugene W. Scully, United States; 1886: 
14399, June 23; 2c. June 23. 33927 



On the stroke of ten; playlet in 1 act, by W. E. 
Dugdell. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1913; D : 34517 ; William 
Edwin Dugdell, Portland, Or. 33928 

On the stroke of 12; a comedy drama in 5 acts 
and 7 scenes, by J. Le Brandt. 

© .Joseph Le Brandt, New York; 1898; 
55298, Sept. 21. 33929 

On the surface; the great lesson play in 4 acts, 
liy F. M. Witmark and M. Lyons. [Scenario] 
15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank INI. Witmark and Maurice Lyons, 
New York ; D : 14952, Jan. 30, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 
30. 1909; 2c. (rev. ed.) Feb. 27, 1909. 33930 

On the Suwanee River; by W. E Sterling. 

Typewritten. 

© Marie Wellesley Sterling, Camden, N. J. ; 
1898: 72587, Dec. 13, 2 c. Dec. 14. 33931 

On the Swanee River; an original drama of 
southern life in 5 acts, bv W; E. Sterling. 
Minneapolis, W. L. Churchill, 1894. 

© W. E. Sterling, Minneapolis ; 1894 :49229, 
Oct. 22. 33932 

On the threshold of eternity; dramatic compo- 
sition, by Hugh D. Straker. 14 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 23, 1910 ; D : 21125 ; AVilliam B. 
Straker, New York. 33933 

On the top floor, back; a comedy drama in 1 
act, by Robert P. Janette. 

© R. P. Janette, Boston; D: 15429, Mar. 
24, 1909. 33934 

On the track; a comic drama in 3 acts, by F, G. 
Maeder. 

© Fred G. Maeder, New York ; 1871 : 2797, 
Mar. 31. 33935 

On the trail; or, Daniel Boone, the avenger, 
a historical romantic border drama in 3 acts, 
by C. Gayler. 

© George Peck, New York ; 1887 : 941, Jan. 
12. 33936 

See also Three plays; by H. L. Enander. 

On the Two Bar trail; a 1 act sketch, by Mary 
Kirk Rider [i. e. M. R. Mechtold] 17 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Mary Rider I\Iechtold, New York; D: 
10589, May 10, 1907 ; 2c. May 10, 1907. 

33937 

On the veldt; an incident of the Boer war, in 1 
act, by F. C. Patterson. 6 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Frederick Charles Patterson, New York; 
D : 7868, Jan. 18, 1906 ; 2c. Jan. 18, 1906. 

33938 



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33939 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STAT»ES 



33958 



On the verge; drtuuatic sketch, by A. Blake. 
[1], n p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic- Feb. 1, 1913; D: 32156; Arthur 
Blake, New York. 33939 



■ a society play in 3 acts, by J. J. McCIoskey. 

© James J. McCIoskey, Brooklyn; 1874: 
2226, Feb. 25. 33940 

On the Wabash; comedy in 3 acts, by R. E. 
Dunbar. [2], 133 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1912 ; D : 28613 ; Robin Ernest 
Dunbar, South Bend, Ind. 33941 

Same. South Bend, Ind., The Stage society, 



1914. 99 p. 16°. 

© Jan. 22, 1914; 2c. Jan. 26, 1914; D: 
35787 ; Robin Ernest Dunbar, South Bend, 
Ind. 33941a 

■ 3 act comedy, by J. F. Dolan. 

© James Francis Dolan, New York; 1898: 
7203, Jan. 22. 33942 

On the warpath. 

© William Ganson Rose, Cleveland ; D : 
9137, Aug. 21, 1906. 33943 

On the watch; or. The shadow of death, an 
original sensation drama in 3 acts, and 6 
tableaux, by S. Pritchard. 

© Spencer Pritchard, United States ; 1875 : 
7144, July 9. 33944 

On the water wagon; comedy sketch in 1 act 
[by] George Welcome [pseud, of E. Stover] 
10 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1911; D : 23729 ; Edmund 
Stover, San Francisco. 33945 



a farce in 1 act, by R. B. Hennessy. 

© Roland Burke Hennessy, New York ; 
D : 5177, June 14, 1904. 33946 

On the way out; play in 4 acts, by Edward 
Clay. [2], 92 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1914; D: 35524; Curtis H. 
Nance, Berkeley, Cal. 33946a 

On the wing; playlet in 1 act, by B. E. de 
Rapal.ie. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1914; D: 37064; Bertha 
Eletta de Rapalje, Seattle. 33946b 

On the wrong foot; [play in 1 act] by M. Kelso 
and N. Reardon. [13] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1909; D: 16499; Kelso and 
Reardon, New York. 33947 

On the Yellow Stone; a play in 5 acts, by S. 
Morse. 

© Salmi Morse, New York; 1884:1051, 
Jan. 14. 33948 



On the Yukon; by Willard Holcomb. 36 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Hurtig & Seamon, New York; D:21]6, 
July 14, 1902 ; 2c. July 14, 1902. 33949 

a Klondyke romance, a sensational comedy 



drama, by H. P. Taylor. 

© Howard P. Taylor, New York; 1897: 
44879, Aug. 9. 33950 

-a melodrama in 5 acts, by W. D. Stone. 

© W. D. Stone. New York; 1897:44267, 
Aug. 5. 33951 

— —story of the north folk, by H. B. Cleve- 
land. [2], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1915 ; D : 42104 ; Harrv Bur- 
ton Cleveland. Oakland, Cal. 33951a 

On their golden wedding anniversary; comedy 
dramatic sketch in 1 act, by W. E. Scott. 8 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 12, 1914 ; D : 35619 ; William Ed- 
ward Scott, San Francisco. 33951b 

Qn their honeymoon. 84 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Andrew J. Powers. Providence, R. I. ; 
D:8702, .Tune 5, 1906; 2c. June 5. 1906. 

33952 

On time; a farce, by Robert C. V. Meyers. 

© Lyceum pub. co.. United States ; 1900 A : 
2312, Jan. 25. 33953 

a musical surprise in 1 act, by F. M. Wit- 



mark and L. Weslyn. 

© Frank M. Witmark and Louis Weslvn, 
New York; D : 14127, Oct. 23, 1908. 33954 

a sensational comedy drama in 4 acts, by 

E. L. Benn. 

© Edgar Leo Benn, New York ; 1892 : 25829. 
.Tune 20. 33955 

or. Brought to justice, a sensational pro- 
tean drama in 4 acts, by J. C. Mink. 

© John C. Mink, Pittsburgh; 1872:11986, 
Nov. ]3. 33956 

On to Klondyke; a comic opera, by O. Hammer- 
stein. ,' • ■ . , • 

© Oscar Hammerstein, New York ; 1897 : 
42414, July 24. 33957 

On to Montana; western play in 4 acts, by C. 
Ti-embly. 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 10, 1911; D: 24178; Clifford 
Trembly, St. Paul. 33958 

On to victory; comedy in 2 acts, by Hester N. 
•Tohnson. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1915. 
20 p. 12°. 

© Mav 13, 1915; 2c. May 14, 1915; D: 
40642; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 

33958a 



1699 



33959 



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33975 



Oil to victory — ^('ontiniiod. 

an original comedy drama in 5 acts, by 

J. M. Caldwell. [67] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Jean Mawson Caldwell. New York ; D : 
2171, July 30, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 23, 1902. 33959 

a temperance cantata in 1 scene, by Ida 



IM. Buxton. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. Ames. Clyde, O. ; 18S7 : 1744. Jan. 
21; 2c. Jan. 21. 33960 

On trial. 

© Charles Stewart Booth. New Orleans ; D : 
12S28, Apr. 24, 190S. 33961 

dramatic composition in 4 acts, by E. L. 



Reizenstein. 108 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Mar. 1. 1915 ; 2c. Mar. 4. 1915 ; D : 39860 ; 
Elmer L. Reizenstein. Cohan & Harris and 
Arthur Hopkins, New York. 33961a 

play in 4 acts, by E. L. Reizenstein. 4 v. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 27, 1914; D : 38087 ; Elmer L. 
Reizenstein. Cohan & Harris and Arthur Hop- 
kins, New York. 33961b 

On vacation. 

© Geo. Blumenstock, Chicago ; D : 6015, 
Jan. 5, 1905. 33962 

On Vengeance Height; plav in 1 act, by A. 
Davis and Cornelia C. Vencill. [2], 28 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1914 ; D : 38955 ; Allan Davis, 



Pittsburgh. 



33962a 



On with the dance; comedy in 3 acts, by A. 
Keichman. 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1914; D: 36756; Arthur 
Reichman, New York. 33962b 

drama of today in 4 acts, by C. Keeler. 



[2], 56 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1913; D : 35468 ; Charles 
Keeler, New York. 33963 

— See also Quick work. 



On with the new love; plav in 3 acts, bv H. A. 
Clarke. [114] p. 4°. Tyinnvritten. 

© Ic. Fob. 12, 1912; D : 28668 ; Harold A. 
Clarke, Los Angeles. 33964 

On your way; review in 2 acts and 6 scenes, 
by Konnetli S. Webb and R. ^yebb. 39 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13. 1915 ; D : 399S8 ; Kennetli and 
Roy Webb, New York. 33964a 

Ona, the lost; or. The deformed avenger, a 
drama in 5 acts, by E. H. r\Mino. 

© Edward H. Fenno, Somerville. IVIass. ; 
1872:8001, .July 27. 33965 



Onaattah; or. The last struggle of the Wani- 
panoags, an Indian tragedy in prose, in 5 
acts, by G. Stevenson. 

© Gustavus Stevenson, Omajia, Neb. ; 1871 : 
10566, Nov. 7. 33966 



Same. 

© E. E. Blackford, Algona, la.; D : 8848. 
July 19, 1906. 33967 

Once a slave but now an heir; a drama in 4 
acts, by W. C. Pringle. 

© Walter C. Pringle, Derry, Pa. ; D : 9343. 
Oct. 24, 1906. 33968 

Once a thief; or. The eel, play in 1 act, by I. 
Hayward, written under the nom de plume of 
Alan Brooks, based on incidents suggested by 
Taylor Granville. 41 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Sept. 25, 1911 ; D : 25306 ; Irving Hay- 
ward, New York. 33969 

Once in a blue moon; 1 act play, by G. E. Mur- 
dock. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 15, 1915 ; D : 42268 ; Gilbert Ed- 
ward Murdock, San Francisco. 33969a 

Once in a hundred years; phantasy in 2 acts, 
by J. A. Larkin and C D. Orth, jr. 2 v. 8°. 
Printed. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1912; D : 31333 ; Charles D. 
Orth, jr., and Jolui A. Larkin, New York. 

33970 

Once in a lifetime; play in 1 act. by H. Renter. 
21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1912; D: 28477; Herman 
Renter, Santa Ana, Cal. 33971 

Once (Las) mil virgenes; tonteria femenina en 
1 acto irreflexivo derivado de La alegre trom- 
peteria [de Antonio Paso y Vicente Lle6] y 
dividido en 5 cuadros y nn -suelto periodistico. 
en prosa y verso, casi original de [Manuel] 
Fernandez Palomero y C. P^rez, mtisica del 
maestro Luna. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
e.spaiioles] 1909. 53 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
174S9; Fernandez Palomero & C. Perez, Ma- 
drid. 33972 

Once on a time; a comedy in 4 acts, by L. De 
Lange. 

© Louis De Lange, Philadelphia; 1889: 
11.574, Apr. 12. 33973 

Once upon a time; an Andalnsinn romance in 

3 acts, by G. G. Haines. 65 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Genevieve Greville Haines. Mt. Vernon, 

N. Y. ; D:5941, Dec. 21, 1904; 2c. Dec. 21. 

1904. 33974 

a dramatic composition with music, in 2 

acts and prologue, by S. P. Levy. 56 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Sidnev P. Levy. Pensacola, Fin.; D: 
15275, Mar. 8, 1909; 2c. Mar. 9, 1009. 33975 



1700 



33976 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



33994 



Once upon a time — Coutinued. 

an extravaganza play in 3 acts, by A. C. 

O'Dea and Lawrence McCarty, witli lyrics by 
James O'Dea. [1], 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 3, 1912 ; D : 30185 ; Anne Cald- 
well O'Dea, Rockville Centre, N. Y. 33976 

a fairy cantata, the ancient story of The 



sleeping beauty retold and lyrically arr. by 
G. H. Jessop, music by Liza Lehmann. Lon- 
don, New York, Boosey & co., 1903. 16 p. 
8°. [Libretto only] 

© Boosey & co., London ; D : 3030, Feb. 24. 
1903; 2c. Feb. 24, 1903. 33977 

— in 4 acts, by A. W. Holbrook. 



© Amelia Weed Holbrook, Winter Park, Fla. ; 
1900 A: 28247, Nov. 16. 33978 

— ■ nuisicul story in 2 acts and 3 scenes, by 
E. Hose. 53 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto 
only] 

© Ic. July 28, 1913; D: 33914; Ed. Rose, 
Valparaiso, Ind. 33979 



— play in 3 acts, by B. A. Keiser and A. 
Shipley. [4], 59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 10, 1914 ; D : 37792 ; Bernardine 
Algert Keiser and Aldarilla Shipley. Cleve- 
land. 33979a 

n spectacular gayety in 3 acts, by F. Opper 



and E. Selden. 

© F. Opper and Edgar Selden, New I'^ork ; 
D : 2033, June 21, 1902. 33980 

Oncle (L') Celestin. Sec Uncle Celestin. 

One-act play; by F. N. Weaver. (In The Tuf- 
tonian, v. 36, no. 8, May, 1911) 

© June 30, 1911; Ic. July 20, 1911: D: 
24739 ; F. N. Weaver, Tufts College, Mass. 

33981 

One-act plays: compiled by J. W. Darrow. 
Chatham, N. Y., 1914. 48 p. 8°, (On cover: 
Grange plays, no. 1, 2d ed. rev. and enl.) 

Contents : His lordship, by M. E. M. 
Davis. — The golden wedding, by Dora H. 
Stockman. — The school board in our town, by 
C. H. Le Vitt.— The drifting cloud, by Tudor 
Jenks. — The idiot at home, adapted from John 
Kendrick Bangs' As to a small dinner. — A bur- 
lesque grange meeting. — Through the tele- 
phone. — The burglar alarm, by R. MacDonald 
Alden. — A Christmas carol, by D. M. Hender- 
son, jr., from the story by Charles Dickens. 

© Mar. 18, 1914; 2c. Mar. 21, 1914; A: 
370248; J. W. Darrow, Chatham, N. Y. 

33982 



One (The) best bet; comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
Hall. [130] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 29. 1913; D: 34560; Howard 
Hall, Decatur, Mich. 33983 

-a 3 act comedy, by H. ^all. 120 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 15, 1909; D : 16271 ; Howard 
Hall CO., inc., New Y^ork. 33984 

One (The) hig thing; play in 3 acts, by E. H. 
Hanley. [118] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1915; D: 42614; Elizabeth 
Hines Hanley. Nev,- York. 33984a 

One blood, one love; an American drama in 4 
acts, by J. I. C. Clarke. 

© Jo.seph I. C. Clarke, New York; 1879: 
3092, Mar. 6. 33985 

One by one; a play in 4 acts, by W. J. Hurlbut. 
[2], 4S p. 4^ Typewritten. 

© William James Hurlbut, New York : D : 
3787. Aug. 3, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 3, 1903. 33986 

One chance in ten thousand; a drama in 4 acts, 
by S. C. Mower. 

© Samuel Curtis Mower, Grand Haven, 
Mich. ; 1878 : S309, July 17. 33967 

One chosen; by Neilson Morris. 11 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1909 ; D : 17661 ; Ann O'Neill. 
Overbrook, Pa. 33988 

One Christmas eve; a drama in 1 act, by W. H. 
Carson. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Henrv Carson, New York ; D : 
11184. Aug. 15, 1907; 2c. Aug. 15, 1907. 

33989 

-dramatic sketch, by C. Morgan. 17 p. 8°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 3, 1910; D : 17856 ; Courtenay 
Morgan, Oklahoma City, Okl. 33990 



— a fireside drama in 1 act, by H. E. De 
Lasaux. 31 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Harry E. De Lasaux, San Francisco ; 
1895": 61537, Dec. 5 ; 2c. Nov. 29. 33991 



— a 1 act comedy, by W. M. Cressy. 

© Will M. Cressy, Concord, N. H. ; 1900 
A : 3254, Feb. 5. 33992 

— a pantomime sketch. 6 p. 4°. Typewrit- 



One against millions. Sec Raffles' last stand. 
One at last. See Winning a son-in-law. 

1701 



ten. 

© Leiglitou Demain-Grange, New York : D: 
7637, Dec. 1, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1905. 33993 

— -play in 1 act, by E. F. Cullen. 14 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1913; D: 32967; Elizabeth 

F. Cullen, Chicago. 33994 



33995 



DBAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



34018 



One Christmas eve — Continued. 

• -play in 1 act, by W. Montague. 8 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 17, 1913; D: 33517; Walter 
Montague, San Francisco. 33995 

See also One'Xmas eve. 



One circus day; dramatic comedy sketch in 1 
act, by E. Foreman. [14] p. 4°. Mimeo- 
graphed. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1912 ; D : 31123 ; Edgar Fore- 
man, New York. 33996 

One day; an allegorical spectacle. 

© M. B. Gilbert, Portland. IMe. ; 1893: 
16836, Apr. 5. 33997 

play dramatized from novel of same title, 

by Cecil Spooner. 82 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1911; D: 25858; Blaney- 
Spooner amusement co.. New York. 33998 

play in 3 acts, by D. M. Norris. 77 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 26, 1909 ; D : 17546 ; Don M. 
Norris, San Diego, Cal. 33999 

One day in June; comedy in 1 act, by J. C. 
Remington. [2], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 7, 1913; D: 33159; Joseph C. 
Remington, New York. 34000 

One decent thing; playlet, by Thomas Grant 
Springer. [2], 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 22, 1913; D : 33290 ; T. G. 
Springer, Long Island City, N. Y. 34001 

One error; a play, by Ettie Henderson. 

© William E. Sinn, Walter L. Sinn and Cora 
Tanner Sinn, Brooklyn ; 1890 : 1222, Jan. 7. 

34003 
One evening after dinner; farce comedy in 1 
act. by C. Wylie. Typewritten. 

© Charles Wylie, New Haven; 1899:9453, 
Jan. 30; 2c. Jan. 30. 34003 

One every minute; playlet in 1 act, by G. 
lUnm ;ui(l E. Lieberman. IS p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 3, 1915; D:4115G; Gustav 
Blum, New York and Elias Lieberman, Brook- 
lyn. 34003a 

One fair daughter; a dramatization of the 
novel, in 4 acts, by G. Ward in collaboration 
with F. P. Ladd. 179 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© George Ward and Frederic P. Ladd, 
New York ; D : 15576, Apr. 9, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 15, 
1909. 34004 



One foot in the grave, 
himself. 



See Getting rid of 



One for His Nibs; [play in 1 act] by W. H. 
Cline. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1909; D : 16451 ; William 
Hamilton Cline, Los Angeles. 34005 



One forgotten; dramatization of Marie Corelli's 
Vendetta, by H. Mowat. 

© Helen Mowat, New York; 1888:11914. 
Apr. 24. 34006 

One game for two; a pause in 1 act and 1 scene, 
by A. D. Gillette. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Abram D. Gillette, New York ; D : 10908. 
July 5, 1907 ; 2c. July 5, 1907. 34007 

One girl in a million; nmsical comedy in 2 acts, 
by A. Burkhardt and C. W. Collins. [115] p. 

4°. Tyjiowritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Jan. 8, 1912; D : 28252 ; Addison 
Burkhardt and Charles W. Collins, Chicago. 

34008 

One girl in a thousand; comedy-drama in 4 
acts, by W. I. Flagg. 94 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 23, 1909 ; D : 17777 ; W. H. 
Harder, Salem, Mass. 34009 

a play in 3 acts, by John T. Mclntyre. 

Philadelphia, The Penn publishing company, 
1906. 57 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co.. Philadelphia ; D : 9032. 
Sept. 4, 1906; 2c. Sept. 4, 1906. 34010 

One girl worth a dozen boys; a drama in 2 
acts, by R. H. Crockett. 

© Robert H. Crockett. Stuttgart, Ark.; 
1895:15743, Mar. 19. 34011 

One glass of wine. See Dot, the miner's 
daiighter. 

One good turn; nightmare in 1 act, by Martin 
Swayne and E. Norwood. 3 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 7, 1912; D: 30762; Eille Nor- 
wood, New York. 34012 

One good turn deserves another. 

© Edward Locke, New, York ; D : 11600. 
Oct. 26, 1907. 34013 

by F. L. Jones. [18] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1909; D: 17187; Frank L. 
Jones, Lynn, Mass. 34014 

One horse town. 

© Edward Claudius Rossiter, New Yoi'k ; 
D:S766, June 30, 1906. 34015 

comedy sketch, by Charles Orrin Cowles. 

8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© C. O. Cowles, San Francisco; D : 8990. 
Aug. 23, 1906; 2c. Aug. 23, 1906. 34016 

One hour of life; drama in 1 act, by V. Y. Rem- 
nitz. [2], 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1913; D: 34743; Virginia 
Yeaman Remnitz, Brookline, Mass. 34017 

a melodrama for Mayfair, in 3 acts, by 

D. Coke. ■ 3 v. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 28, 1912; D: 29821; Desmond 
Coke, London. 34018 



1702 



34019 



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34032 



One houi* of romance. 

© M. Elizabeth Ricketson, New Bedford, 
Mass.; D : 80. Jan. 25, 1901. 34019 

One hundred; a drama in 5 acts, a tr. of Le 
centenaire, adapted to the American stage, by 
G. Ryer. 

© George Ryer, Cincinnati; 1873:1202. 
Feb. 7. 34020 

One (The) hundred and eighty-fifth anni- 
versary. See, at end of alphabet, titles be- 
ginning with figures: 185th (The) anniver- 
sary. 

One hundred and fifty thousand dollars. See, 
at end of alphabet, titles beginning with fig- 
ures: $150,000. 

One hundred and one. Sec. at end of alphabet, 
titles beginning with figures : 101. 

One hundred for one. See Tom Quick, the 
avenger. 

One hundred for thirty. See Get-rich-quick 
society. 

One hundred laughs a minute; 1 act sketch, by 
Arthur L. and Edwin F. Guy. 5 p. 4°. Type- 
written, 

© Ic. Mar. 8, 1911; D: 23592; Arthur L. 
Guy, Springfield, Mass. 34021 

One hundred pounds reward; by Arthur Law. 
London, J. AVilliaras, ltd. ; New York, E. Schu- 
berth & co., 1904. 24 p. 8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London; D : 4930, 
Apr. 23, 1904; 2c. Apr. 23, 1904. 34022 

One hundred to one. See From start to finish. 

One hundred wives. See, at end of alphabet, 
titles beginning with figures : 100 wives. 

One hundred years ago; a drama, by H. Peter- 
son. 

© Henry Peterson, Philadelphia ; 1875 : 
4069, Apr. 23. 34023 

, an historical drama of the War of Inde- 
pendence in 4 acts and 20 tableaux. 

© John Lesperance, St. Louis ; 1876 : 136S2. 
Dec. 11. 34024 



or, Our boys of 1776, a patriotic drama in 

2 ftcts. Boston, G. M. Baker, 1876. 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1876:2140, 
Feb. IS ; 2c. Feb. 18. 34025 

See also Handy dramas for amateur 

actors. — Helen. — Our boys of 1776. — Scarlet 
and blue. — at end of alphabet, titles beginning 
with figures: 1776. 

One hundred years from now; or. Suffrage for 
men, 1 act play, by G. Linden, i, 9 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1910 ; D : 21198 ; George Lin- 
den, Philadelphia. 34026 



One hundred years hence; play in 1 act, by E. 
Gottstein. 8 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1913; D: 34661; Elizal>eth 
Gottstein, Chicago. 34027 

One hundred years of American history. See 
Grand (The) centennial. 

One hundred years old; a drama in 5 acts, by 
N. H. Jackson, from the French of Le cen- 
tenaire, by [Adolphe Philippe] D'Enne;*y and 
[Edouard] Plouvier. 

© N. Hart Jackson, New York ; 1872 : 12017, 
Nov. 14. 34028 

One (The) hundredth; play in 4 acts, by R. A. 
Eaton. 92 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 26, 1910; D: 20596; Raymond 
A. Eaton, Denver. 34029 

One hundredth night of Hamlet. See, at end 
of alphabet, titles beginning with figures : 
100th night of Hamlet. 

One husband; a drama in 3 acts, from the 
French, by M. Kreisler. 

© Mary Kreisler, New York; 1872:8778, 
Aug. 15. 34030 

One (The) idea; play in 4 acts, by I. Kraft. 
92 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1911 ; D : 24957 ; Irma Kraft, 
Wheeling, W. Va. 34031 

One in a million; drama in 3 acts and an epi- 
logue, by I. and M. L. Landman, based on 
an incident by Wallace Irwin. 102 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 30, 1915; D: 41367; Isaac and 
M. L. Landman and Robert Hilliard. Phila- 
delphia. 34031a 

-original playlet in 1 act, by H. Selman. 

28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 4, 1914 ; D : 36934 ; Harold Sel- 
man, Jersey City. 34031b 

One in a thousand; play in 4 acts, by C. A. 
Capson. S3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1914; D: 36398; Clyde A. 
Capson, Chicago. 34031c 

One knight in a bar room; by D. Barrist. 6 p. 
f°. 'Typewritten. 

© David Barrist, Philadelphia; D : 14735. 
Jan. 4, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 4, 1909. 34032 

One (The) leg man; or. In the coal hole, play 
in 1 act, by F. E. Miller and A. L. Lyles. 
[2]. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1. 1915 ; D : 42386 ; Flouruoy E. 
Sliller and Aubrey L. Lyles, New York. 

34032a 

One lie leads to another. See Champagne and 

oysters. 

One little shoe. See Half hours of vaude- 
ville. 



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34051 



One magic hour; a fantasy by Amy Leslie. 

© Jessie E. Warner, New York ; D : 21 77. 
Aug. 2, 1902. 34033 

One (The) man; play in 3 acts, by I. Linderman 
Davila and E. Chantler. [147] p. 4°. Type- 
written iS: IMS. 

© Ic. Sept. 20, 1911; D: 25275; Ida L. 
Davila and Everett Chantler, Pittsbnrc:h. 

34034 

or, Melinda's conquest, play in 3 acts, by 

E. A. Meysenburg. [63] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Jan. 20, 1912; D : 28449 ; Edward 
Ai-nold Meysenburg, New York. 34035 

One man minstrels. 

© Eddie Horan, New York ; D : 4857. Apr. 
9, 1904. 34036 

One-man opera; 1 act musical sketch, by G. 
Spink. 3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 17, 1909 ; D : 16814 ; George 
Spink, Providence, R. I. 34037 

One man's evidence. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Celie G. Turner, New York; D : 7810. 
Jan. 3, 1906; 2c. Dec. 30, 1905. 34038 

One man's faith. See Double n-der. 

One million dollars; the romance of a strange 
crime, a drama in prologue and 4 acts. 

© Chandler R. Clifford, Boston ; 1878 : 12436. 
Oct. 28. 34039 

a society comedy drama in 5 acts, by J. 



Hazelrigg. 

© John Hazelrigg, New York ; 1887 : 26666. 
Oct. 15. 34040 

One month married; or. Does he drink? com- 
edy sketch, by P. A. Heege. 12 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1914; D : 38508 ; Philip A. 
Heege, Chicago. 34040a 

One morning; comedy in 1 act, by H. E. Lucas. 
23 p. 16°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1909 ; D : 17049 ; Helene Elise 
Lucas, Newark, N. J. 34041 

One morning call; [by] F. S. Mason. 

© Frank S. Mason, Boston ; 1885 : 4736, 

Feb. 23. 34042 

One morning in Mineral Point; vaudeville 

skf'tcli in 1 net, by AI. G. Bicknell. 8 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 3,. 1914; D : 38992 ; Marian Gib- 
iiey Bicknell, Oak Park, 111. 34042a 

One must marry; a comedy from the German 
of A. Wilhelmi [pseud, of Alexander Victor 
Zechmeister] tr. by C. W. Ritch. New York, 
E. O. Jenkins, 1872. 

© Edward O. Jenkins, New York; 1872: 
2052, Mar. 4. 34043 



One never knows; play in 4 acts and 1 scene, 
by Hamin Robert. 145 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Ic. Julv 24, 1914; D: 37861; John H. 
Hazelton, New York. 34043a 

One New Year's eve; dramatic composition, 
by E. M. Shurey. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ethel May Shorev, Lynn, Mass. ; D : 
15680, Apr. 21. 1909; 2c. Apr. 21, 1909. 

34044 

musical vaudeville sketch in 2 scenes, by 

H. W. Hoadley. [2], 10 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Oct. 15, 1914 ; D : 38491 ; Harold Wil- 
liam Hoadley, New York. 34044a 

play in 3 acts, by E. M. Shorey. [42] p. 



4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. acts 1 & 3, Dec. 15, 1913, Ic. act 2, 
Mar. 20, 1914: D : 36456 ; Ethel May Shorey, 
Lynn, Mass. 34044b 

One New Year's night; by C. Lewis, 

© Catherine Lewis, United States; 1S99: 
24321, Apr. 6. 34045 

One night; farce in 3 acts, by M. Douglas. 
3 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1913 ; D : 33392 ; Minnie Doug- 
las, New York. 34046 

One night at the circus; a dramatic composi- 
tion, by F. Ray. Typewritten. 

© Frederick Ray, New York ; D : 256, INIar. 
25, 1901; 2c. Mar. 18. 34047 

One night in a bar room; a burlesque .sketch, 
by Charles White. New York, R. INI. De Witt, 
1874. 7 p. 12°. ([De Witt's Ethiopian and 
comic drama, no. 30] ) 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1874: 
15823, Dec. 31 ; 2c. Feb. 19, 1875. 34048 

One night in June; a comedy rural drama in 4 
acts, by W. J. Holmes and J. C. Dixon. 

© W. J. Holmes and James C. Dixon, 
Corona, N. Y. ; D : 170, Feb. 26, 1901. 34049 

rural comedy drama in 3 acts, by 'N'l'. P. 

Reinger. [62] p. 4°. Typewritteii. 

© William F. Reinger. Boston ; D : 3732. 

July 17, 1903 ; 2c. July 17, 1903. 34050 

One night in three places; musical comedy in 

1 act and 3 scenes, by J. McCrec. [3], 15 p. 

4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1914 ; D : 37837 ; Junie Mc- 
Cree, New York. 34050a 

One night only; 1 act play, by W. M. Crcssy. 
28 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 6, 1910; D: 21950; Will M. 
Cressy. Concord, N. H. 34051 

play in 1 act, by Zebullon Levin. 14 p. 4". 

Tyi^ewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1915; D: 42022; L. S. Levin. 
Bronx, N. Y. 34061a 



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34053 



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34073 



One (A) night stand. Typewritten. 

© C. F. Hancock'. New York ; 189S : 6325S. 
Oct. 28 ; 2c. Oct. 2S. 34052 

1 act comedy sketcli, by B. Mason. 

© Bert Mason, Brooklvn ; D : 9486, Nov. 21, 
1906. 34053 

One night's mystery; a drama in 3 acts, by 
G. B. Douglas and W. M. Morton. 

© George B. Douglas and Wni. IM. Morton, 
Washington ; 1878 : 3678, Mar. 27. 34054 

One o'clock; or, The diamond cross, a spec- 
tacular drama in 2 acts, by I. Daveau. 

© Illion Daveau, New York ; 1875 : 286. 
.Tan. 9. 34055 

One October night; play in 4 acts, by W. B. 
Oarlock. [173] p. obi. 16°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1913 ; D : 34194 ; Wayne B. 
Carlock, San Francisco. 34056 

One of a thousand; comedy-di'ama in 3 acts, hj 
Natlian Rosenbloom. 






.r.r3:irTN^ 



© Ic. June 17, 1913; D : 33589 ; Julius 
Broder, New York. 34057 

One of Abe's men; a play in 4 acts, by E. Lam- 
son. Typewritten. 

© Ernest Clvde Lamson, Prairie View, 111. ; 
1899 : 57202, Sept. 7 ; 2c. Sept. 7. 34058 

One of art's failures; play in 1 act, by J. B. 
llatto. 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. IMay 4, 1915 ; D : 40554 ; John Baptist 
Ratto, Chicago. 34058a 

One of Cleopatra's nights; opera in 3 acts, 
rounded on the story of the same name, by 
Theophile Gautier, libretto by J. S. Crandell. 
39 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© la Mar. 2, 1910 ; D : 20326 ; John S. Cran- 
dell, New York. 34059 

■ See also Meiamoun. 

One of His little ones; by Clementia. Chicago, 
Sisters of Mercy, St. Patrick's academy, 1910. 
8 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 20, 1910 ; 2c. May 7, 1910 ; D : 20979 ; 
Sisters of mercy, St. Patrick's academy, Chi- 
cago. 34060 

One of many; a drama in 4 acts. 116 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Charles M. Horton and Sydney E. Gra- 
ham, Averill Park, N. Y. ; D : 13254, June 27, 
1908 ; 2c. June 27, 1908. 34061 

-plav in 1 act, by W. H. MacCollough and 

L. S. Worth. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 28, 1915 ; D : 41105 ; William H. 
iMacCoUough and Le Roy S. Worth, Chicago. 

34061a 



One of nature's noblemen; an original melo-, 
drama in 4 acts, by E. Mortimer. 

© Edmund Mortimer, Chicago ; D : 4290, 
Nov. 23, 1903. 34062 

One of our boys; a comedy, by H. G. Donnelly. 

© H. Grattan Donnelly, Philadelphia ; 1886: 

11802, May 19. 34063 

a drama in 5 acts, by C. Healy. 

© Charles Healy, New York; 1899:33019, 
IMay 16. 34064 

-a play, by M. T. Stone. 

© Mary Tillotson Stone, New York : 1886 : 
14390, June 23. 34065 

One of our girls; a comedy in 4 acts, by B. 
Howard. 56 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Bronson Howard, New York ; 1897 : 
73601, Dee. 30 ; 2c. Dec. 30. 34066 

an original comedy in 4 acts, by Bronson 

Howard. 

© Helene Dauvrav, United States; 1885: 
21208, Oct. 9. 34067 

-play in 1 act, by F. C. Wheeler. 4 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1911 ; D : 23473 ; Frances Col- 
leen Wheeler, New York. 34068 

One of our people (Einer von unsere leute); a 
sensational comedy-drama in 3 acts, tr. from 
the German by Leopold Lindau. 

© Frederick Lubin and R. Fitzgerald, 
United States ; 1881 : 11809, July 30. 34069 

Cue of the Bayards; a drama in 4 acts, by Leon- 
ard Gro^•er and L. Grover, jr. 

© Leonard Grover, jr., Brooklyn ; D : 607, 
June 25, 1901. 34070 

See also Dominick Bayard. 

One of the best. See American (The) count. 

One of the boys; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
E. E. Kidder. [109] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edward E. Kidder, New York; 1884: 
10953, May 29; 2c. May 2, 1885. 34071 

play in 1 act, by P. Bartholomae. 17 p. 

4°. • Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1915 ; D : 40484 ; Philip Bar- 
tholomae, New York. 34071a 

One of the bravest. See Tim, the fireman. 

One of the chosen people; comedy in 3 acts, 
iidapted and Ir. from the German, by A. 
Neuendorff. 

© Adolph Neuendorff, New York; 1890: 
20S56. June 28. 34072 

One of the common herd; drama [in 4 acts] by 

A. Van Ness Hines. 100 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 21, 1912 ; D : 29724 ; Arline Van 

Ness Hines, New York. 34073 



1705 



34074 



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34094 



One of the Dewey's; a coiuedy in 4 acts, by 
A. W. Holbrook. 

© Amelia Weed Holbrook, Winter Park, 
Fla. ; 1899 : 67517, Oct. 18. 34074 

One of the eight; a college comedy in 4 acts, by 
N. L. Swartout. Boston. W. H. Baker & co., 
1!)()9. 88 p. 12°. ( [Baker's ed. of plays] ) 

© Norman Lee Swartout, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
D : 14271, Nov. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 8, 1909. 

34075 

One of the family; play in 4 acts, by J. A. 
Heme. 127 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1915; D: 41.587; Julie Ad- 
rienne Heme, New York. ' 34075a 

One of the finest; a melodrama in a prologue 
and 3 acts. 

© John Rickaby, New York; 1882:12556, 
July 31. 34076 



a melodrama in 3 acts and a prologue. 

© Gus Williams, New York; 1882:12746, 
Aug. 3. 34077 

One of the four hundred; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
H. Elliott McBride. 

© Lyceum pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1899 : 
19182, Mar. 14; 2c. Mar. 17, 1899. 34078 

One of the least; a play in 4 acts, by Paul Har- 
ness [pseud, of F. P. Holden] 

© Florence P. Holden, Milwaukee ; D : 
13432, July 29, 1908. 34079 

One of the many. 

© Fred Schwartz, Philadelphia; D : 2687. 
Dec. 6, 1902. 34080 

One of the Marys; a study, by Miss Norton 
[pseud, of A. N. Nicholson] 5 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Angeline Norton Nicholson, New York ; 
D : 14575, Dec. 19, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1908. 

34081 

One of the multitude; by F. Solger. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 19, 1910; D: 17976; Frederick 
Solger, Washington. 34082 

One of the old guard; a comedy in 1 act, by 
H. Lacy. Typewritten. 

© Harry Lacy, New York; 1898:48948. 
Aug. 20; 2c. Oct. 18. 34083 

play in 1 act, by Constance Campbell. 

New York, S. French ; I^ondon, Samuel 
French, ltd. 19 p. 12°. 

© July 14, 1914; Ic. July 16, 1014: D: 
37591 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 34083a 

One of the old stock; a character comedy, by 
C. L. Davis. 

© Charles Lindsey Davis, New York ; 1888 : 
8592, Mar. 23. 34084 



One of the people; drama in 5 acts and 6 tab- 
leaux, adapted from the French by M. L. 
Johnson. 

© Martha LaiTitte Johnson, United States ; 
1S78 : 9510, Aug. 19. 34085 

a 1 act sketch, by May Everett Glover. 

16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© M. E. Glover, New York ; D : 9175, Oct. 2. 
1906; 2c. Oct. 2, 1906. 34086 

One of the plain people; drama extraordinary, 
by J. F. Powell. [2], 101 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 28, 1912 ; D : 30122 ; J. Francis 
Powell. Norwalk, Conn. 34087 

One of the 7th; a comedy drama in 4 acts, bv 
H. Slade. 

© Howard Slade, New York; 1890:14718, 
INIay 3. 34088 

One of the smart set. 24 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© J. Francis Powell, Norwalk. Conn. ; D : 
10986, July 16, 1907; 2c. July 16, 1907. 

34089 

One of the two; dramatic sketch in 1 act, by 
W. E. Maloney. [18] p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 22. 1912 ; D : 29455 ; William E. 
Maloney, Philadelphia. 34090 

One of them; play in 1 act, by E. Eliscu. [2], 
IS p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 15. 1913; D: 32690; Edward 
Eliscu, New York. 34091 

One of us; playlet in 1 act, by M. M. Quaw. 

11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1912; D:- 30526; Mignon M. 
Quaw, Bozeman, Mont. 34092 

One on Dick; comedy in 2 acts, by Gladys Ruth 
Bridgham. Boston. W. H. Baker & co., 1916. 
19 p. 12°. (On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 

© Dec. 11, 1915; 2c. Dec. 13, 1915: D: 
42476; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 

34092a 

One on father; comedy in 1 act, by H. Knnhel. 
8 p. • 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1914; D : 36055 ; Herman 
Knubel, New York. 34092b 

One on Jack; a comedy in 1 act, by G. Hughes. 

12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gene Hughes, New York ; D : 7679, Dec. 
7, 100.5; 2c. Nov. 23, 1005. 34093 

One on the agent; farce, by Louise Rand Bas- 
com. Lebanon, O., March brothers. 3 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1912; 2c. Sept. 12, 1912; D: 
30813; March bros., Lebanon, O. 34094 



1706 



34094 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34110 



One piano by freight; or, The haunted piano, 
play in 1 act, by Mr. & Mrs. R. D. Kone. 11 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

(© Ic. June 3, 1914 ; D : 37277 ; Mr. & Mrs. 
Robert Duncan Kone, New York. 34094a 

One plus one equals three. See, at end of al- 
phabet, titles beginning with figures: 1 + 1=3. 

One (The) possible man; by A. A. Sburtleff. 
23 p. 16°. Printed. 

© Adeline A. Shurtleff, Portland, Or.; D: 
12298, Feb. 3, 1908; Ic. Jan. 27, 1908; Ic. 
Feb. 26, 1908. 34095 

One result of a fad; a 1 act comedietta, by 
T. W. Wharmby. 

© Thomas Washington Wharmby, New 
York ; 1897 : 13610, Feb. 24 ; 2c. May 7. 34096 

One road to happiness; an American drama in 
3 acts, by I. Landman. 91 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Aug. 31, 1909 ; D : 16671 ; Isaac Land- 
man, Philadelphia. 34097 

One Saturday night; farce in 1 act, by M. 
IMorgan. [1], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1915; D: 42224; Mona Mor- 
gan, New York. 34097a 

One scent; farce in 3 acts, by Edgar Franklin 

and M. AVhite, jr. 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 14, 1912; D: 28686; Matthew 

White, jr.. New York. 34097b 

One sharp and a flat. See Bunch (A) of beets. 

One sharp — four flats; original farce in 1 act, 
by M. Nobles. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1912; D: 29390; Milton 
Nobles, Brooklyn. 34098 

One short hour; play in 1 act, by H. B. Osborne. 
17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 4, 1910 ; D : 17860 ; Hubert Ben- 
jamin Osborne, New York. 34099 

One shot; an original play in 1 act, by Paul 
Preston Temple [pseud, of W. W. Davis] 

© Wm. Whiting Davis, New York; D: 
13766, Sept. 12, 1908. 34100 

One snowy day in Idaho; a tragic playlet, by L. 
Grover. 

© Leonard Grover, Brooklyn ; D : 11123, 
Aug. 6, 1907. 34101 

One soul; drama in 3 acts, by M. E. de Aguero. 

[2], 34 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1914; D: 36628; Miguel Ed- 
uardd de Aguero, New York. 34101a 

One southern girl; a 3 act comedy, by J. F. 
Hume. 

© John Floyd Hume, New York; D:9309, 
Oct. 24, 1906. 34102 



One-step (The) girl. See Cabaret (The) girl. 

One step leads to another; cluster of words in 
a musical setting cemented with terpsichore, 
by J. McCree. 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1915; D: 41525; .lunie Mc- 
Cree, New York. 34102a 

One sultry afternoon; play in 1 act, by E. G. 
Schwartz. 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 1, 1915; D: 41628; Ernestine 
• Gerstel Schwartz, Portland, Or. 34102b 

One summer; a comedy of the Maine woods. 
83 p. f°. Typewritten 

© Robert Stodart, New York; D : 10457, 
May 1, 1907; 2c. May 1, 1907. 34103 

One summer at Montmorenci. 

© Mrs. Edmund Pendleton, Chicago; 1891: 
35540, Oct. 3. 34104 

One summer day. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Burt Haller, Norwood, O. ; D : 10991, 
July 16, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 9, 1907. 34105 

One summer's day; by H. V. Esmond. New 
York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1900. 63 p. 12°. (French's international 
copyrighted . . . ed. of the works of the best 
authors, no. 37) 

© T. H. French, New York ; 1900 A : 28204, 
Nov. 16 ; 2c. Dec. 18. 34106 

One Sunday; 1 act play, by H. Lucas. 14 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 22, 1910 ; D : 20000 ; Helene Lu- 
cas, Nevv' York. 34107 

One sweetheart for two; a vaudeville sketch, 
by Harry Ij. Newton. Chicago, T. S. Denison, 
1907. 11 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D: 11357, Sept. 
10, 1907; 2c. Oct. 25, 1907. 34108 

One thirty a. m. See at end- of alphabet, titles 
beginning with figures : 1 : 30 a. m. 

One (The) thousand and second night. See, 
at end of alphabet, titles beginning with fig- 
ure.^ : 1002d (The) night. 

One thousand dollars reward. 73 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Title on copies: A thousand 
dollars reward] 

© George Wilson, New York; D : 4743, 
Mar. 17, 1904 ; 2c. Mar. 17, 1904. 34109 

a play \n 1 act by Y. De W. Kaplan. 15 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ysabel De Witte Kaplan, Englewood. 
N. J.; D:'li5383, Mar. 12, 1909; 2c. Mar. 12. 
1909. 34110 

See also, at end of alphabet, titles begin- 
ning with figures : $1000 reward. 



1707 



34110 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



34125 



One thousand eig-ht hundred and seven. See, 
for this and xiiuilar titles beginnini; with li,;;- 
ures, the list at the end of the alphabet. 

One to nothing. See, at end of alphabet, titles 
beginning with figures: 1 to 0. 

One to twenty; picture play in 2 parts, by Wil- 
liam Ellsworth [pseud, of M. D. Fettigrew] 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 12, 1915; D : 41735 ; Mabel D. 
Pettlgrew, Los Angeles, 34110a 

One too many; a drama in 5 acts, by Eleanor 
Kirk [pseud, of Eleanor Maria Easterbrook 
Ames] 

© Nellie Ames, Brooklyn; 1875:9203, 
Sept. 4. 34111 

One touch o' nature; wartime episode in 1 act, 
by E. Liebermau and G. Blum. 12 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 21, 1915; D: 40419; Gustav 
Blum, New York, and Elias Lieberman, Brook- 
lyn. 34111a 

One touch of nature; dramatic playlet with 
music, written and composed by A. Barratt. 
20 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. June 3, 1915; D : 40S30 ; Augustus 
Barratt, New York. 34111b 

play in 1 act, by A. S. Burleson. 6 p. 4°. 

Typewritten, 

© Ic. Feb. 6, 1915; D : 39598 ; Adele S. 
Burleson, Washington. 34111c 

by A. W. Tillinghast. [1], 8 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1.5, 1914; D: 39102; Albert W. 
Tillinghast, Philadelphia. 34111d 

One tribe; comedy in 1 act, by W. G. Sparrow. 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

I© Ic. July 14, 1910; D : 21559 ; William 
Grover Sparrow, St. Louis. 34112 

One true Irish heart. See Cast upon the world. 

One — two — three — fire; a comedy drama in 1 
act. 

© John A. Gonwell, Aurora, Ind. ; 1892 : 

26547, June 24. 34113 

One, two, three, sometimes called bounce; a 
negro skt-lcli iu 1 scone, by .lolin Wild, arr. 
by Charles White. New York, R. M. De Witt. 
187.5. G p. 12°.. ([De Witt's. Ethiopian and 
comic drama, no. 76] ) 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
14045, Dec. 30; 2c. Mar. 1, 1876. 34114 

One way to lose her; comedy in 1 act. by Wil- 
lard Mack. [1], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1914; D: 37714; .Joseph C. 
Remington, Elyria, O. 34114a 



One weak spot; play of possible political power 
in American development, bv A. L. Price. 
86 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1910; D: 20099; Arthur Lee 
Price, Los Angeles. 34115 

One (The) who pays; a play in 3 acts, by 
Helen Russell [pseud, of H. I. O. Kirchner] 

© Helen Isabel Ottilie Kirchner, Spring- 
field, Mass. ; D : 14600, Dec. 23, 1908. 34116 

One who was; modern mystery romance in 3 
acts, by G. Visscher. 70 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 29, 1915; D: 41118; Glen Vis- 
scher, New York. 34116a 

One (The) who was guilty. See Moonshiners 
(The) daughter. 

One wife; a play in 3 acts, adapted from the 
French, by A. R. Cazauran. 

© Loraine Rogers, New York ; 1872 : 7565. 
July 15. 34117 

One wife or twenty; a drama in 4 acts, by G. A. 
Pierce. 

© Gilbert A. Pierce. Chicago; 1879:768, 
Jan. 16. 34118 

One winter day; plav in 3 acts, by Roland Oliver 
[pseud, of H. White] [97] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1913 ; D : 34780 ; Henry White. 
Sacramento, Cal. 34119 

One winter's night; a sketch, by Charles W. 
Doty. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© G. W. Doty. New York; D:3401. Mav 8. 
1903 ; 2c. June 8, 1903. 34120 

One woman. 

© Dorothy Gray, Chatham, N. .L ; D: 12S4-J. 
Apr. 25, 1908. 34121 

— —Same. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mary Rider Mechtold, New York: D: 
10590, May 10, 1907 ; 2c. May 10, 1907. 34122 



a comedy drama in 4 acts, by Thoma--! 

Dixon, jr., founded on his novel of the same 
name. [125] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Munn & CO., New York ; D : 9152, Sept. 
27. 1906 ; 2c. Sept. 27, 1906. 34123 

One woman's life; an entirely original drama in 
4 acts, by W. E. Barnes. 

© W. Elliott Barnes, Asbury Park: 18S2 : 
14141, Au.g. 25 ; 2c. Aug. 25. 34124 

an original, emotional drama in 4 acts, bv 

W. E. Barnes. 

© W. Elliott Barnes, New York ; 1881 : 
18071, Nov. 21. 34125 



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34149 



One woman's way; in 5 acts, by Hal Reid [i. e. 
James Halleck Reid] and B. B. Westbrooke 
[i. e. B. B. W. Reid] 

© Bertha Belle Westbrooke, Chicago; 1900 
A : 31695, Dec. 31. 34126 

One wonderful dream; Mother Goose phantasy, 
by M. W. Richards. 32 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1915 ; D : 41452 ; Matsy Wynn 
Richards, Greenville, Miss. 34136a 

One word; a play in 4 acts, by J. Schcinberg. 

© James Schonberg, New York; 1886: 
10490, May 3. 34127 

One word play; play in 1 act, by F. C. Egan. 
8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1913; D : 33590 ; Frank O. 
Egan, Los Angeles. 34128 

One world; a specialty and protean drama, by 
F. G. Maeder. 

© Fred. G. Maeder, United States; 1879: 
1858, Feb. 8. 34129 

One Xmas eve. 

© G. H. Truesdell and Anna Barclay ; 1898 : 
21810, Apr. 5. 34130 

See also One Christmas eve. 

One yard to gain. See Co-eds. 

One year; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, by H. B. 
Eneleh. New York, De Witt, 1884. 20 p. 
12°. ( [De Witt's acting plays, no. 319] ) 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York ; 1884 : 26387, 
Dec. 30; 2c. Jan. 22, 1885. 34131 

One year later. See Woman's devotion. 

O'Neil; an emotional domestic drama in 4 acts, 
by G. R. Clifford. 

© C. R. Clifford, New York; 1879:9757, 
July 24. 34132 

O'Neil comes back; play in 3 acts, by H. F. 
Miller. [2], 38 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 12, 1913; D : 34108 ; Helena 
Franklin Miller, Hartford. 34133 

O'Neil the Great; dramatic poem in 2 parts, by 
F. X. Rizy. 

© Francis Xavier Rizy, Hartford; 1879: 
7965, June 14 ; 2c. June 29, 1881. 34134 

O'Neill (The); a drama, by W. G. Harrison. 
[Scenario] Typewritten. 

© V/illiam Greer Harrison, San Francisco ; 
1891:1956, Jan. 13; Ic. Jan. 13. 34135 

or, The prince of Ulster, a drama, by 

W. G. Harrison. Typewritten. 

© William Greer Harrison, San Francisco ; 
1894 : 3795, Jan. 15 ; 2c. Apr. 14. 34136 

O'Neill of Kildare; a comedy in 4 acts, by Con 
T. Murphy. 

© C. T. Murphy, Lake Bluff, 111.; D : 9665, 
Dec. 19, 1906. 34137 



O'Neill (The) prince of Ulster. See Red (The) 
hand of Ulster. 

O'Neills (The) of the Red hand. See Conn A. 
Mara. 

One's self and others. 

© Milton Pottlitzer, Lafayette, Ind. ; D: 
15969, May 28, 1909. 34138 

— - a play in 3 acts, by M. Pottlitzer. 36 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 6, 1909 ; D : 16211 ; Milton Pott- 
litzer, Lafayette, Ind. 34139 

Onie; a tale of Loudon, an original play in 5 
acts, by W. A. De Long. 

© William A. De Long, New York; 1873: 
8470, July 24. 34140 

a play in 5 acts. 



© William A. De Long, New York; 1873: 
9532, Aug. 23 ; 2c. Aug. 23. 34141 

Onion trust; original comedy sketch in 1 scene, 
by Herbert Hall Winslow. 23 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 27, 1909; D: 17788; Chas. A. 
Mason, Chicago. 34142 

Onkel Sam; volksstuck mit gesang in einem 
vorspiel und 3 akten von H. R. Hirscli imd P. 
Weimann, musik von Rahan Franke. 

© Heinrich Reinhold Hirsch und Paul Wei- 
maun, New York ; 1897 : 73219, Dec. 28. 34143 

Onkel Vania. See Gesammelte dramen; von 
Anton Tchechoff. 

Only a bachelor; comedy vaudeville in 3 acts, 
adapted from the French, by L. Bance. 85 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 23, 1913; D : 33579 ; Lucien 
Ranee. Ottawa, Canada. 34144 

Only a Bowery boy; a local melodrama in 5 
acts, by W. A. Brady. 

© Wm. A. Brady, New York ; 1895 : 63909. 
Dec. 17. 34145 

Only a Bowery waif; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
l>y W. Mathews. 99 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Mathews, Louisville ; D : 4609, 
Feb.' 11, 1904; 2c. Feb. 11, 1904. 34146 

Only a boy; a drama, by Mrs. C. A. Doremus 
and M. T. Stone. 

© Mrs. Charles Avery Doremus and Mary 
Tillotson Stone, New York; 1886:11665. 
May IS. 34147 

Same. 

© Mrs. Charles Avery Doremus and Mary 

Tillotson Stone, New York ; ISSO : 12447, May 

26; 2c. May 26. 34148 

Only a boy and the bathing girl; by G. A. 

Str.-^ker. Typewritten. 

© Gustave Stryker, New York ; 1898 : 61211. 
Oct. 15 ; 2c. Oct. 19. 34149 

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34173 



Only a broken heart; a drama in 1 act, by A. H. 
Laidlaw, jr. Typewritten. 

© Alex H. Laidlaw, jr., New York ; 1S91 : 
39094, Oct. 31 ; 2c. Nov. 28. 34150 

Only a chorus girl; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 
Harold Newell [pseud, of H. N. Raymond] 
and H. Denton. [43] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Harold Newell Raymond and Harvey 
Denton, New York; D:6049, Jan. 11, 1905; 
2c. Jan. 11, 1905. 34151 

Only a cipher; an original play in 3 acts, by 
F. Bock. 

© Frederic Bock, Chicago ; 1S74 : 1490, 
Feb. 10. 34152 

Only a country girl; original dramatic com- 
position in 4 acts, by Ciias. P. Rice. 76 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1915; D: 40123; Geo. W. 
Winuiett, Brooklyn. 34152a 

See also From the farm to the stage. — 



Hands not hearts. 

Only a cow boy; a melodrama in 5 acts, by 
H. C. Tompkins. 

© Henry C. Tompkins, Denton, Tex. ; 1885 : 
8764, Apr. 14. 34153 

Only a dream. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles W, Turner, New York ; D : 4676, 
Mar. 2, 1904; 2c. Mar. 2, 1904. 34154 

a comedy, by D. Reynolds. 7 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Dorothy Reynolds, New York; D : 4325, 
Nov. 24, 1903; 2c. Nov. 24, 1903. 34155 

8ee also Third chapter. 



Only a drudge; a melodrama in 4 acts, by C. M. 
Ebner. 13 v. 8°. Printed. [Part for each 
character printed separately] 

© Catherine M. Ebner, Elizabeth, N. J. ; 
D;3512, May 16, 1903; 2c. July 21, 1903. 

34156 

Only a factory girl. 72 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Charles E. Blaney, Newark, N. J.; D: 
2061, June 28, 1902; 2c. Jan. 8, 1903. [Note: 
Copies bear title The factory girl] 34157 

Only a farmer's daughter; a comedy drama, by 
C. R. Gardiner. 

© Charles R. Gardiner, Norwalk, Conn. ; 
1898: 57756, Oct. 1. 34158 

an emotional play in a prologue and 4 acts. 

by W. E. Barnes. Ms. 

© William E. Barnes, United States; 1878: 
10430, Sept. 11 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1877. 34159 

Only a fireman; a melodrama, by A. B. Clark. 

© Allen Barnum Clark, Tacoma ; 1898 : 

6113, Jan. 17; 2c. Jan. 17. 34160 



Only a flirtation; a drama in 4 acts, by L. J. L. 
Stilwell. 93 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbev-Stilwell, Brooklyn ; 
D: 12043, Jan. 3. 1908; 2c. Jan. 3, 1908. 

34161 

Only a fool; a sensational comedy drama in 4 
acts, hy A. F. Dronberg. 

© Adele F. Dronberg, Orchard Lake, Mich. ; 
D : 6014, Dec. 16, 1904. 34162 

Only a German; a dialect comedy-drama in 4 
acts, by J. Keen. 

© Jule Keen, United States ; 1889 : 28966. 
Sept. 24. 34163 

Only a girl; a 3 act sen.sational drama, by S. H. 
Laurence. 

© S. H. Laurence, Philadelphia; 1882: 
196, Jan. 6. 34164 

Only a governess; a comedy in 5 acts, by J. J. 
Purcell. 

© John J. Purcell, New York; 1873:2106, 
Mar. 6. 34165 

Only a grasshopper; a monologue, by F. A. 
Ijawrence. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© F. A. Lawrence, Chicago ; D : 5698, Oct. 
27, 1904; Ic. Oct. 14, 1904; Ic. Oct. 27, 1904. 

34166 

Only a hair pin; a 1 act comedy, by J. Marlin. 

© Jane Marlin, New Haven; 1899:19324. 
Mar. 15. 34167 

Only a heart. See Jonquille. 

Only a Jew. Typewritten. 

© Charles Lesser, Philadelohia ; 1899 : 
73201, Sept. 30; 2c. Nov. 9. 3416S 

an original play in 3 acts, by Frank IVIur- 



doch. 

©Virginia Murdoch, Philadelphia; 1872: 
12669, Dec. 2. 34169 

— See also Humanity. 



Only a joke. 5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© VVm. A. Milano, Detroit; D : 9809, Jan. 
17, 1907; 2c. Dec. 31, 1906. 34170 

Only a love story; a comedy in 4 acts, by II. 
I'eterson. 

© Henry Peterson, Philadelphia; 1SS3 ; 
8852, May 14. 34171 

Only a man; play in 4 acts. 

© Mrs. A. L. Disney, Kansas City, Mo. ; D : 
11877, Dec. 6, 1907. 34172 

Only a miner's daughter; a drama in 4 acts. 
© William H. Clarke, New York; 1SS.S : 
9052, May 16. 34173 



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34197 



Only a mistake; by F. B. Collins. 7 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Francis Ben Collins, Chicago ; D : 118, 
l*^eb. 6, 1901; Ic. Feb. 6, 1901; Ic. Feb. 27, 
1901. 34174 

Only a pauper; a sensational comedy-drama in 
4 acts, by C. M. Stanley. 

© Charlotte M. Stanley, Brooklyn; 1890: 
6708, Feb. 26. 34175 

Only a piece of lace. See Lilly. 

Only a private; a military drama in 4 acts, by 
E. P:. McGee and C. K. Champlin. 

© Elias E. McGee and Chas. K. Champlin. 
Red Bank, N. J.; 1895:8542, Feb. 8. 34176 

Only a rehearsal; 1 act sketch, by A. De Mar 
Weber. [18] p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1911 ; D : 23478 ; A. De Mar 
Weber, Philadelphia. 34177 

Only a robber's daughter. See Peggy Lee. 

Only a shoemaker's daughter; by Mrs. W. H. 
Weber. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. W. H. Weber, Schenectady, N. Y. ; 
1898:44298, July 25; 2c. Apr. 11, 1901. 

34178 

Only a shop girl. 63 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Marie Wellesley Sterling, Camden, N. J. ; 
D : 439, May 7, 1901 ; 2c. June 6, 1902. 34179 

comedy in 1 act, by W. F. Sailor. 13 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 4, 1914; D: 35916; William F. 
Sailor, St. Paul. 34179a 

or, Eve, the saleslady. 

© Marie Wellesley Sterling, Camden, N. J. ; 
D: 1975, June 6, 1902. 34180 

Only a tramp; a serio-comic drama in 4 acts 
and 5 tableaux, by B. Howard. 

© Bronson Howard, New York; 1878: 
8337, July 17. 34181 

a story of real life, a melodrama in 4 acts, 

by G. W. Smith. 

© George Warren Smith, New York State; 
1883:15472, Aug. 22. 34182 

Only a woman. Ms. 

© A. E. Lancaster and Julian Magnus, New 
York; 1876:723, Jan. 14; 2c. May 16. 

34183 

by F. L. Woodard. 10 p. f°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. Dec. 4, 1909; D: 17613; Frank L. 
Woodard, Prairie City, la. 34184 

— ■ comedy drama in 3 acts, bv D. H. Wallace. 
108 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 17, 1913: D: 33520; David 
Harold Wallace, New York. 34185 



Only a woman — Continued. 

a drama in 3 acts, by S. H. Rhodes. 

© Samuel H. Rhodes, New York; 1874: 
5.334, Apr, 21. 34186 



See also Evelyn. 

Only a woman's heart; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
by G. W. Smith. 

© George Warren Smith, Albany; 1883: 
16526, Sept. 10. 34187 

Only a woman's honor; an emotional melo- 
drama in 4 acts, by W. L. Roberts. 

© William L. Roberts, Chicago; D:3221, 
Apr. 1, 1903. 34188 

Only a woman's way; a love story of China. 
© James G. Rossman, Boston ; D : 3027, 
Feb. 14, 1903. 34189 

Only a working girl. 

© John Arthur Eraser, New York ; D : 
1759, Apr. 9, 1902. [For copies reed, see D: 
3535.] 34190 

a 5 act melo-drama, by Alexander Leonard. 

[52] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© A. Leonard, Chicago ; D : 3535, June 5, 
1903 ; 2c. June 8, 1903. 34191 

Only a workingman; a drama in 4 acts, by 
J. M. Handley. 

© J. M. Handley, Milwaukee; D:3021, 
Feb. 20, 1903. 34192 

Only an actor. See Over the ocean. 

Only an actress; a play in 5 acts, by W. Mueller 
and H. Hooper. 

© William Mueller and Henry Hooper, Cin- 
cinnati ; 1885 : 9272, Apr. 2L 34193 

See also Fate. 



Only (The) hoy. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Helen Sommer, San Francisco ; D : 6165, 
Feb. 2, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1904. 34194 

Only (The) cause; in 3 acts, by W. G. Keir. 
[64] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1911 ; D : 25139 ; W^m. G. Keir, 
New York. 34195 

Only cold tea; a temperance farce, by T. S. 
Denison. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; 1895:35807, 
.July 9 ; 2c. Aug. 24. 34196 

Only (The) course; [play in 4 acts], by M. G. 
Michaels and W. W. Dubreuil. [58] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 10, 1912 ; D : 28266 ; Maurice G. 
Michaels and Walter W. Dubreuil, New York. 

34197 



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34198 



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34218 



Only (An) daughter; :i comedy in 3 acts, by 
.r. F. Milliken. 

© James F. Milliken, ITiiited States: 188") : 

J'_'S76. June 11. 34198 

drama iu 4 acts, by B. Witkowsky. [36] p. 



4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 1, 1912; D: 30387; Birdie Wit- 
kowsky, Chicago. 34199 

a drama in 3 acts, by T. S. Denison. Chi- 



cago, T. S. Denison, 1879. 24 p. 12^ ([Star 
drama] ) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1879 : 14539, Oct. 
30 ; 2c. Dec. 22. 34200 

• Same. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago, in renewal for 14 
years from Oct. 30, 1907 ; D : 11403, Sept. 23, 
1907 ; 2c. Sept. 23, 1907. 34201 

Only Ellen; comedy drama in 4 acts, by G. D. 
Baker. [5] 95 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1912 ; D : 30878 ; George D. 
Baker, New York. 34202 

Only (The) girl; comedy-drama in 4 acts, by 
IMiua Gennell. Clyde, O., Ames pub. co. [1907] 
33 p. 12°.. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; D : 10851, June 
26, 1907 ; 2c. June 26, 1907. 34203 

Only (The) g'irl in sight; comedy in 4 acts, by 
C. H. Budd. 4 V. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Julv 7, 1915; D: 41184; Caroline H. 
Budd, Woodfords, Me. 24203a 

Only human; drama in 3 acts, by G. Scar- 
borough. [129] p. 4°. T.vpewritten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1914; D: 37309; George 
Scarborough, Tompkinsville, N. Y. 34203b 

Only (The) law; a play in 3 acts, by "Wilson 
Mizner and G. B. Howard, 

© George Bronson Howard, New York ; D : 
15708, Apr. 24, 1909. 34204 

Only love's cross for her; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. J. L. Stilwell. 73 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn ; 
D : 12084, Jan. 3, 1908; 2c. Mar. 17, 1909. 

34205 
Only (The) man. 

© H. S. Bennett and M. E. Rourke. New 
York ; D : 7326, Sept. 21, 1905. 34206 

a 1 act playlet, by Blutch Cooper. 3 p. 4°, 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1914; D : 38728 ; Jas. E. 
Cooper, New York. 34206a 

Only (The) man she ever loved; play in 1 act, 
by G. Baxter. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 16, 1915 ; D : 40965 ; George Bax- 
ter, Englewood, N. J. 34206b 



Only (The) Omar; musical comedy in 2 acts, 
book and lyrics by A. N. C. Fowler. 76 p. 
r". Typewritten. |\\'ords oulyj 

© A. N. C. Fowler, (ileus Fulls. N. Y. ; I): 
0444, Apr. 1, 1905 ; 2e. Apr. 1, 1905. 34207 

Only (The) one; a dramatic episode by J. F. 
Powell. [1] 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4, 1909; D: 16580; J. Francis 
Powell, Norwalk, Conn. 34208 

or, An object in view, a musical farce- 



comedy, by N. E. Solomons, Walter Dauphin 
[pseud.] 

© N. E. Solomons, Savannah, Ga. ; 1892: 
14019, Mar. 30. 34209 

Only one day in my life; a drama in 4 acts, by 
T. Egan. 

© Thomas Egan, Knoxville, Tenn. ; 1893 : 
4149, Jan. 19; 2c. Feb. 11. 34210 

Only one love; or, Who was the heirP 

© Edward J. Schulte. Bridgeville, Pa. ; D : 
11804, Nov. 25, 1907. 34211 

Only one thing worth living for; or. Time, the 
tragedian, a drama in 2 acts, by Theobald 
Percy Bayer. 42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© T. P. Bayer, New York ; D : 5373, Aug. 3, 
1904; 2c. Aug. 10, 1904. 34212 

Only (The) pebble on the beach; a sketch, by 
H. A. DArcy. New York, The A. S. Seer 
theatrical print, 1897. 

© H. A. DArcy, New York; 1897:30225, 
May 18. 34213 

Only (The) pool room open; comedy. 

© Haines & Pettingill, United States ; 1893 : 
49927, Nov. 9. 34214 

Only (The) prisoner; a 1 act play, by Opie 
Read. 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Francis W. Courtenay, New York; D: 
2616. Nov. 15, 1902 ; 2c. Nov. 15, 1902. 34215 

Only Ruth; comedy drama in 3 acts, by F. C. 
Griffith. 115 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 16, 1910 ; D : 21045 ; Frank Car- 
los Griffith, Boston. 34216 

Same. 103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4, 1915; D: 41 418; Frank Car- 
los Griffith, Roxbury, Mass. 34216a 

Only (The) solution; play in 1 act, by C. Cook. 
19 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1912; D: 30315; Chadwick 
Cook, San Francisco. 34217 

Only (The) son; in 3 acts, by W. Smith. [124] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1911; D: 25408; Winchell 
Smith, New York. 34218 



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34238 



Only the Master shall blame; [by] Charlotte 
Thompson. Typewritten. 

(c) Florence Roberts Morrison, Peekskill. 
N. Y. ; 1899 : 65482, Oct. 9 ; 2c. Oct. 9. 34219 

play, by M. M. Wadswortli. 8 p. f°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 12, 1912 ; D : 29945 ; Mary Man- 
nering Wadsworth, Detroit. 34220 

Only the one door; play in 3 acts [by Ai-me 
NorrevniiL;-] tr. from the Norwegian by Mrs. H. 
Sandby. [2], 50 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 19, 1911; D : 28029 ; Mrs. Her- 
man Sandby, Philadelphia. 34221 

Only (The) way; by Stanislaus Stange. [26] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Edgar L. Davenport, Roxburv, Mass. ; 
D : 6906, July 5, 1905 ; 2c. June 29, 1905. 

34222 



— drama in 3 acts, by E. V. Roddin. 45 p. 
12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1909; D: 17123; Eugenia 
Vincent Roddin, Chicago. 34223 

— - dramatic comedy slietcli, by L. Varnes. 



18 p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1911 ; D : 24601 ; Lillian 
Varnes, San Francisco. 34224 

— a 1 act drama, by M. Bretonne and C. 
MailiO [pseud, of Colgate Baker, jr.] 

© Mav Bretonne and Clarence Maiko, Mil- 
waukee; 1898:74044, Dec. 19. 34225 

an original 1 act drama, by G. Maiko 



[pseud, of Colgate Baker, jr.] and M. Bre- 
tonne. 

© Clarence Maiko and May Bretonne, Mil- 
waukee ; 1898 : 73380, Dec. 16. 34226 



— play, by G. V. Carlisle and I. M. Morris: 
[8] p. t\ Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Oct. 8. 1914; D : 38438 ; George V. 
Carlisle and Ida M. Morris, Los Angeles. 

34226a 



— a play in 1 act, by H. De Witt. 

© Henry De Witt, New York ; 1891 : 18711, 
May 22. 34227 

a tale of two cities, a play in a prologue 



and 4 acts, by Freeman Wills, adapted from 
Charles Dickens' novel. Typewritten. 

© John Martin Harvey, London; 1899: 
15298, Feb. 20; 2c. Feb. 27. 34228 

Only woman; 1 act play, bv L. B. Foley and 

R. L. Green. [1], 22 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 16, 1913; D : 33802 ; Robert L. 

Green and Louis B. Folev. Detroit. 34229 



Ono; a romance of Florence. 

© William F. Peck and Henry C. Daniels, 
Rochester, N. Y. ; 1873 : 1624, Feb. 18. 

34230 

Onore e vendetta (Honor and vengeance); 
dramnia in 1 atto, di B. Graziano. [2], 13 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1914; D: 37503; Benedetto 
Graziano, New York. 34230a 

Onward; or, Vestibule success, a play in 3 acts, 
by D. D. James. Typewritten. 

© D. D. James, Mattoon, 111. ; 1892 : 120!)9. 
Mar. 19; 2c. Mar. 19. 34231 

Oof! oof! comedy drama in 3 acts, by J. Hicken- 
looper. [35] p. 12°. Ms. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1914 ; D : 35739 ; Jean Hicken- 
looper, Albia, la. 34231a 

Oofty gooft; an original local drama in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, with original music, stage 
sets, and scenic arrangement, by E. F. De 
Nyse. 

© Edwin F. De Nyse, New York; 1871: 
8200, Sept. 2. 34232 

Oolah (The); opera comique in 3 acts, libretto 
by Eugene Leterrier and Albert Vanloo, tr. 
and adaptation by Sydney Rosenfeld, music 
by Charles Lecocq. 

© Rudolph Aronson, New York ; 1887 : 6073, 
Mar. 15. 34233 

Oom Paul; a melodrama, by C. G. Harger, jr. 

© O. G. Harger, jr., Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1900 A : 651, Jan. 6. 34234 

'Op-o'-me-Thumb; a play in 1 act, [by] Freder- 
ick Fenn and Richard Pryce. New York, S. 
French; London, S. French, ltd., 1904. 25 p. 
12°. (On cover: French's international 
copyrighted ed. of the works of the best au- 
thors, no. 78) 

© Sanuiel French, New York ; D : 5785, 
Nov. 18, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 28, 1904. 34235 

Opal; an English society drama in 5 acts, by 
Adelaide Lennox. 

© George Armistead Appleton, New York; 
1875:2297, Mar. 11. 34236 

Opal (The) ring: or, A royal pardon, a 4 act 
melodrama, by Geo. Conquest. 

© J. E. Nugent. New York; 1888:21547, 
July 27. 34237 

Open air romance; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. W. Powell. 32 p. f°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Alma Webster Powell, Brooklyn ; D : 
9041, Sept. 6. 1906; 2c. Sept. 6, 1906. 34238 



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34238 



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34258 



Open (The) door; drama in 3 acts and 1 scene, 
by E. V. R. Whitconil). 8 p. 1°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© ic. July G, 1915 ; D : 41158 ; Eva Vincent 
Uoddin Whitcomb, Santa Barbara, (Jal. 

34238a 

duologue in 1 act, by Alfred Sutro. New 



York, S. French; London, S. French, ltd., 
1912. 15 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 18, 1912; 2c. Dec. 19. 1912: D: 
3182G; Samuel French, ltd., London. 34239 

Open eyes; by M. B. Long. 274 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 17. 1910 ; D : 17953 ; Maxwell 
Budd Long, Cincinnati. 34240 

Open fire; 4 act drama, by H. S. Stange. 100 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 31, 1915; D: 41596; Hugh 
Stanislaus Stange, New York. 34240a 

Open (An) question; by L. W. Metcalf. 

© Lucy Williams Metcalf, Independence, 
Mo. ; D : 6447, Apr. 3, 1905. 34241 

Open (The) road; by C. T. Jackson. 

© Charles Tenney Jackson, Milwaukee; 
D: 13735, Sept. 8, 1908. 34242 

Open (The) sea; drama in 3 acts, by Angel 
Guimcra, tr. from the Spanish by Frank 
Kos, Gerald Ames and William Dunn fpseud. 
of W. D. Ros] [52] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1911 ; D : 24200 ; Frank and 
William Dunn Ros, Toronto, Canada. 34243 

Open (An) secret; a farce in 2 acts, by Marian 
D. Campbell. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1898. 16 p. 12°. ( [Baker's ed. of plays] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1898: 
56065, Sept. 24; 2c. Oct. 8. 34244 

Open sesame; or, BaflEied, a drama in 4 acts, 
by C. C. Northrup, dramatized from Flor- 
ence Marryat's novel. 

© Charles C. Northrup, New York; 1876: 
4287, Apr. 10. 34245 

or, The princess of Eg'ypt, new and origi- 
nal musical comedy in 2 " acts, book by 
Blanche Marks Hays, lyrics by M. E. Marks. 
100 p. 4°. Typewritten, [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1913 ; D : 34353 ; Maurice E. 
Marks, New York. 34246 

Open (The) shop; a melodrama, by M. Mikol. 
50 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Maurice Mikol, New York ; D : 12572, 
Mar. 18. 1908; Ic. Mar. 18. 1908; Ic. IMar. 
24, 1908. 34247 

Open (An) switch; a comedy, by T. H. Sayre. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York; 1883:7738, 
Apr. 26. 34248 



Open (An) verdict; an original American play 
in 5 acts. 

© Baker and Godwin, N«'W York; 1878: 
4004, Ai)r. 4. 34249 

Open window; by H. Irwin and Minerva Court- 
ney. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 13, 1910; D : 17927 ; Harry Ir- 
win, Clinton, la. 34250 

Opened by mistake; comedv in 3 acts, bv B. 
Walker. [93] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 8, 1911; D: 24163; Barclay 
Walker, Indianapolis. 34251 



musical comedy in 3 acts, by B. Walker. 

95 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libi-etto only] 

© Ic. .Tuly 5, 1913; D: 33721; Barclay 
Walker, Indianapolis. 34252 

Opened (The) eyes; play in 4 acts, by O. N. 
Kolquist. [2], 100 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1914; D : 36126 ; Oscar N. 
Kolquist, Washington. 34252a 

Opened for settlement. Typewritten. 

© Ed. E. Samuel, Kansas Citv, Mo. ; 1894 : 
20284, Apr. 20 ; 2c. Apr. 20, 1894 ; 2c. July 15, 
1895. 34253 

Opening (The) night; a comedy sketch, by 

T. D. Beasley. [1], 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 29, 1912; D: 29828; Thomas 

Dykes Beasley, Alameda, Cal. 34254 



— a domestic skit in 1 act, by A. Trahern. 
15 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Al Trahern. New York ; D : 3219, Mar. 30. 
1903; 2c. Mar. 30, 1903. 34255 



■ a romance of real life in 3 scenes, by G. V. 

Hobart. [28] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 5, 1912; D : 28946 ; George V. 
Hobart, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 34256 

Opening of Oklahoma; by W. S. Sterrett. 
Durant, Okl., A. J. Allison, 1912. cover-title, 
5, [1] p. 12°. 

© Feb. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Feb. 7, 1912 ; A : 309238 ; 
A. J. Allison, Durant, Okl. 34257 

Opening of the Cherokee strip; by W. S. Ster- 
rett. Durant, Okl., A. J. Allison, 1912. cover- 
title, 5, [1] p. 12°. 

© Feb. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Feb. 7, 1912 ; A : 309237 : 
A. J. Allison, Durant, Okl. 34258 

Opening (The) of the Panama canal; or, Cali- 
fornia in 1915, as it is, dramatic composi- 
tion, by F. M. 'Fleckenstein. 7 p. f °. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 2, 1915 ; D : 40866 ; Florence M. 
Fleckenstein, Los Angeles. 34258a 



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COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34279 



Opeuing (The) of the prison house; story 
founded on fact, in 5 acts, by Sylvia Barr 
[pseud, of E. Rice] [76] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1913; D: 35105; Elizabeth 
Rice, Denver. 34259 

Opera (The); dramatico-umsical playlet in 1 
act, by C. Moore. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. July 14, 1911; D: 24692; Carlyle 
Moore, New York. 34260 

Opera bouffe ballet; a dramatic, musical and 
terpsichorean composition, by I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1886:21940, 
Sept. 30. 34261 

Opera (The) cloak; a 1 act play, by Mary Staf- 
ford Cooper, 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© M. S. Cooper, New York; D : 10697, 
.lune 4, 1907; 2c. .Tune 4, 1907. 34262 

Opera comique; parody, by A. Gronell. 5 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 28, 1910; D: 21435; Alfred 
Gronell, Hoboken, N. J. 34263 

Opera girl; a dramatic operetta, by Louis 
Hutchinson. 3 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Woodson Poor, New York; 1>:9104. 
Sept. 17. 1906; 2c. Sept. 8, 1906. 34264 

Opera (The) master; grand scenic and roman- 
tic vaudeville playlet, by R. L. Landrum. 5 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 24. 1913; D : 32000 : Robert L. 
Landrura, Detroit. 34265 

Opera (The) of Uncle Sam, Brother Jona- 
than, Yankee and Porgie. Sec Stars (The) 
and Stripes of America. 

Opera singer's husband; military comedy 
sketch, by C. Ellis. 6 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1910 ; D : 20345 ; Chas. Ellis, 
Chicaf^o. 34266 

Opera (The) star and the hobo; operatic sketch, 
by A. S. Fridenberg. 5 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1914; D : 37497 ; Abbie Seld- 
ner Fridenberg, New York. 34266a 

Opera vs. circus; a musical and gymnastic 
comedy sketch, by A. E. StafCord. 

© A. E. Stafford, Plattsburgh. N. Y. ; 
1897:11008, Feb. 13: 2c. Mar. 17. 34267 

Opera versus comedy; a sketch, by G. C. Cook. 
15 p. obi. 24°. Typewritten, 

© Gertrude Chadwick Cook. San Fran- 
cisco ; D : 15753, Apr. 30, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 30, 
1909. 34268 



Operaio (L') cosciente; ovvero, II trionfo 
dell'amore, by A. Ferraro. 

© Antonio Ferraro, New York ; D : 11218, 
Aug. 13, 1907. 34269 

Operation (The); play in 1 act, by J. Q. Maw- 
hinney. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 14, 1913 ; D : 35019 ; John Mon- 
tague, New York. 34270 

Operator (The); comedy-drama in 4 acts and 9 
tableaux, by S. D. Ferguson and A. Horn- 
blow. 

© S. D. Ferguson and Arthur Hornblow, 
New York; 1891:21768, June 15. 34271 

Operator's (The) daughter; a sensational 
scenic railroad drama, by Roger Imhof [i. e. 
F. R. Imhof] 39 p. f°. Typewitten. 

© Fred Roger Imhof, Rock Island, 111. ; D : 
3045, Feb, 25, 1903 ; 2c. Feb, 25, 1903, 34272 

Operetta ballet; musical, dramatic, mimical 
and terpsichorean composition, by I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1886:30260, 
Dec. 28. 34273 

See also Comic (The) opera. 

Opery (The) troupe; tabloid musical comedy 
in 1 act, by Charles Norton. Chicago, Chi- 
cago manuscript co., 1914. 21 p. f°. Mimeo- 
graphed. [Words only] 

© Dec. 23, 1914; 2c. Apr. 21, 1915; D: 
40425; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 34273a 

Opfer; drama in 5 akten, von (;)skar Bendiener. 
Miinclien, Drei maskpii verlag, g. m. b. h„ 
1913, 83 p, 12°, 

© Ic. Aug, 8, 1913 ; D : 34102 ; Drei masken 
verlag. g, m. b. h,, ]\Iunich. 34274 

Opfer (Ein) franzbsischen justiz. See Tall 
(Der) Dreyfus. 

Ophelia; or, A father's pride, by S. Heiden- 
heim. 

© Simon Heidenheim, New Orleans: 1886: 
20159, Sept. 7, 34275 

Opium; a domestic drama in 4 acts, by A. AA'. 
Purcell. Orleans, Mass., 1880. 

© Alban W, Purcell, United States ; 1880 : 
13724, Sept. 8. 34276 

-or, The follies of a night, a 1 act comedy, 

by C. M. Lester and E. L. WMlli-ims. 

© C, M. Lester and E. L. Williams, Albany : 
1883 : 17377, Sept. 21. 34277 

Opium den; 1 act play, by M. Williamson. 
12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 23, 1910; D: 20279; Marjorie 
Williamson, London. 34278 

play in 3 acts, by L. C. Barney. [2], 28 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 9, 1913; D: 33166; Laura Clif- 
ford Barney, Washington. 34279 



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34301 



Opium eater; by W. D. Caddell. GO p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1909 ; D : 17337 ; William 
Douglas Caddell, Chicago. 34280 

a new and original drama in 3 acts, by 



C. K. Butler. 12 p. 12°. Ms. [Synopsis] 

© Charles E. Butler, New York; 1890: 
36834, Nov. 21; 2c. Nov. 21. 34281 

Opium fiend; by E. L. Copeland. 70 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Edwin Lincoln Copeland, Wichita : D : 
9739, Jan. 3, 1907; 2c. Jan. 3, 1907. 34282 

Opium (The) queen; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
by Joseph Jarrow. 

© Samuel Blair McLin. United States; 
1899:30704, May 6. 34283 

Opium, (The) ring; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 
C. A. Taylor. 

© Ghas. A. Taylor, Foxl)()ro, Mass.; 1896: 
23936, Apr. 17. 34284 

Opponent (The); drama in 4 acts, bv E. Ong- 
ley. 197 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. May 28, 1913; D : 33351 ; Evelyn 
Ongley, New York. 34285 

Opportune (An) elopement; phiy in 1 net. by 
C Kiener. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1911; D : 25341 ; Charles 
Kiener, Washington. 34286 

Opportunity; original comedv drama in 4 acts. 
hy H. A. Wimbush. [3], 67 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 17. 1912; 0:31156; H. A. Wim- 
bush, Denver. 34287 

Opposite (The) sex; play in 1 act, by JoIdi 
Gilroy. [1], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1913; D : 33054 ; Mabelle 
Blake, New York. 34288 

Opposites; an American comedy in 4 acts, by 
C. G. Harger, jr. 

© C. G. Harger, .jr., Canton, O. ; 1881: 
20555, Dec. 31. 34289 

Op'ry (The) house manager. See Sally 
Smithers. 

Opstandelsens dag. 8ee Efterladte skrifter; 
af Henrik Ibsen. 

Optima; comic opera in 2 acts, by R. Fax. [47] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1909 ; D : 17045 ; Reuben Fax, 
Toronto, Canada. 34290 

Optimist (The); play in 3 acts, farcical in 
nature, by D. Barrist. 101 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1910 ; D : 22384 ; David Bar- 
rist, Philadelphia, 34291 



Options; rural drama in 4 acts, by M. H. 
Krout. 83 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1909; D: 17140; Mary H. 
Krout, Chicago. 34292 

Oracle (The); musical drama, libretto by V. 
Robertson and H. J. Stewart. 16 p. 8°. 
Printed. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1910 ; D : 22335 ; H. J. Stew- 
art and Peter Robertson, San Francisco. 

34293 

an operetta in 2 acts, written and com- 



posed by M. L. Carr. 

© Mary Louise Carr, San Francisco; 
1894:10080, Feb. 13. 34294 

See also Oracolo (L') 

Oracle (The) of Delphi. See Apollo. 

Oracolo (L') (The oracle); music drama in 1 
act, based on The cat and the cherub, of C. B. 
Fernald, by Caraillo Zanoni, English tr. by 
Percy Pinkerton, music by Franco Leoni. 
New ed. New York. Fred RuUmau, inc., 
1915. 25 p. 4°. [Libretto only, Italian and 
English] 

© Jan. 20, 1915; Ic. Jan. 30, 1915; D: 
39544; Chnppell & co., ltd., London. 34294a 

Orange and green; play in 1 act, by Seumas 
MacManus and F. Keenan. [2], 21 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1910; D: 22210; Frank Kee- 
nan, New York. 34295 

Orange blossom; drama in 6 scenes, by P. 
Chynoweth. [1], 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Nov. 9, 1912; D : 31349 ; Phillips 
Chynoweth, Madison, Wis. 34296 

Orange blossoms; by S. -T. Jack. 

© Sara T. Jack, Chicago ; 1896 : 31570. 
May 25. 34297 

a comedy in 3 acts, by A. K. Fulton. 

110 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Albert K. Fulton, Baltimore; 1889: 
35630, Nov. 22; 2c. Dec. 10, 1890; Ic. rev. ed. 
Nov. 19, 1891. 34298 

• a pantomimic sketch in 1 act, by Pilar 

Morin, music by Aime Lachaume. 

© John B. Doris, New York ; 1896 : 21019. 
Apr. 3. 34299 

Orange (The) book; play in 3 acts, by A. Mixon. 
100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1912; D : 30787 ; Ada 
Mixon, Washington. 34300 

Orange (The) girl; or, The merry days of 
Charles the Second. 

© AVilliam F. Rochester, Baltimore; 1884: 
17283, Aug. 27, 34301 



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COPYEIGHTED IN" THE UNITED STATES 



34320 



Drang- eman (The) Sec Four Irish plays; by 
St. John G. Ervine. 

Orator (The) of Zapata City; a play in 1 act. 
urr. for the stage from his story of that 
name, by Richard Harding Davis. 

© Charles Belmont Davis, New York : 1900 
A: 8374, Mar. 31. 34302 

Oratory; an original Ethiopian sketch, com- 
posed and arr. by W. P. Sweatnam. 5 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Willis P. Sweatnam, New York; 1887: 
.5891, Mar. 14: 2c. Mar. 14. 34303 

Orchard (The) of the king-; in 1 act, by R. C. 
Dillmore. 

© Richard Casper Dillmore, Philadelphia ; 
1900 A : 28014. Nov. 12. 34304 

Orchid (The); a new and original musical 
play, by James T. Tanner, lyrics by Adrian 
Ross and Percy Greenbank, music by Ivan 
Caryll and Lionel Monckton. London, Chap- 
pell & CO., ltd.. 1903. cover-title, 35 p. 8°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Chappell & CO.. London; D : 4142, Oct. 
27, 1903; 2c. Oct. 27, 1903. 34305 

Orchid (The) bride; tabloid play, by H. Howard 
[pseud, of H. H. Levy] 18 p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1915; D : 39797 : H. Howard 
T>evy. New York. 34305a 

Orcutt (The) case; play in 4 acts, by M. Thomp- 
.son. [101] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1915 ; D : 40806 ; Maravene 
Thompson, Sea Cliff, N. Y. 34305b 

Ordeal (The); a play in 4 acts, bv Marco 
Praga, tr. by D. St. Cyr. 190 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Dirce St. Cyr. New York; D : 12343, 
Feb. 10, 1908; 2c. Feb. 10, 1908. 34306 

-southern ronumtic drama in 4 acts, by 

H. E. Neibling. 47 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 10. 1910; D : 17903 ; Harold 
Edmund Neibling, Bethany, Neb. 34307 

Ordeal (The) of Elizabeth; a drama in 5 acts, 
adapted from the novel, by M. Walsh. 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklvn ; D : 9653, Dec. 
17. 1906. 34308 

Ordeal (The) of two sisters; a melodrama in 
6 acts, by D. T. Callahan. 

© D. T. Callahan, San Francisco; 1898: 
59218, Oct. 7. 34309 

Order no. 11; dramatic arrangement, by A. A. 
Milner. 45 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Adeline A. Milner. Denver : D : 9201, 
Oct. 8, 1906; 2c. Sept. 24, 1906. 34310 

Order (The) of Montrino. See Leo, the icono- 
clast. 



Order (The) of the Bath; burlesque play for 
black-face comedians in 4 acts, by W. M. 
MacMahon. [3], 66 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1912; D : 30987 ; William 
Marcus MacMahon, New York. 34311 



a comedy in 1 act, by H. H. Morell aufl 

E. J. Malyon. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Laura Burt and Henry Stanford, Great 
Kills, N. Y. ; D : 13279, Julv 2, 1908 ; 2c. 
.July 2. 1908. 34312 

Order (The) of the day; play in 4 acts, bv 
J. Ellison. 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1912 ; D : 30527 ; Jennie El- 
lison, Astoria, N. Y. 34313 

Order of the fan; play for nine girls in 3 
scenes. [New Y'ork, Edgar S. Werner & 
CO.. 1905] 6 p. 12°. (On cover: Werner's 
plays) 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D : 7127, 
Aug. 19, 1905; 2c. Oct. 6, 1905. 34314 

Order (The) of the Garter. Sec Garter (The) 
Order (The) of the skull. Sec Kopalee. 

Order (The) of the sons of Mars. See Ctirtain 
(The) lifted. 

Order (The) of the yellow robe; farcical com- 
edy drama in 3 acts, by Langdale Williams. 
Chicago, Chicago manusci-ipt co., 1914. [44] 
p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. Dec. 18, 1914; D: 39135; Alex. Byers. 
Chicago. 34315 

Order (The) of things; play in 3 acts, by W. 
Bullock. 117 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1912 ; D : 30.554 ; William Bul- 
lock. New Y'ork. 34316 

Orderly (The); play in 1 act, by J. P. Toohey. 
[2], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 2. 1913 ; D : 34299 ; John P. 
Toohey, New York. 34317 

Orders o' th' boss; vaudeville sketch, by Charles 
Hodges. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Stillman H. Benner, San .lose, Cal. ; D : 
15119, Feb. 18, 1909; 2c. Feb. 18, 1909. 

34318 

Ordinary sinners; an original dramatic com- 
position in 4 acts, by K. Ridsdale. Typo- 
written. 

© Kate Ridsdale, Denver; 1900 A: 29841. 
Dec. 8; Ic. Dec. 10. 34319 

Ordog (Az) (The devil); a comedy in 1 act. 
tr. and arr. from the 3 act Hungarian play 
of the same name, by .Tohann Knitray and 
Preston Kendall [pseud, of P. Kendall- 
Cooper] [18] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Preston Kendall-Cooper, New York ; 1 > : 
13744, Sept. 9, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 9. 1908. 34320 



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34340 



Ordonnance (L') a tout faire; vaudeville mili- 
taire en 1 acte, par Jean Carwald et Rosal- 
Berry. Paris, C. Joubert, 1913. 32 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 22, 1913; 2c. Dec. 1. 1913; D: 
35208; Joubert, Pari.<5. 34321 

Ordre de bon temps; musical drama in 4 acts, 
by D. C. Stone. 162] p. 4". Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Dec. 14, 1910; D : 22809 ; Daniel 
Clifford Stone, Dorchester, Mass. 34321a 

O'Reagans (The); an original comedy in 3 
acts and 7 scenes, by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, New York; 18S6 : 
19821, Sept. 2. 34322 

O'Beagan's touchdown; by W. J. Lully and J. 
Walsh. 

© William J. Lullv and John AValsh. Bos- 
ton ; D : 18, Jan. 8, 1901. 34323 

Oregon; a comedy drama of pioneer days, by 
J. M. Ordway. [105] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© June McMillen Ordwav, Portland, Or. ; 
D:9375, Nov. 3, 1906; 2c. Nov. 3, 1906. 

34324 



— drama in 4 acts. 

© Minnie Wallace. United States; 1881: 
17874, Nov. 17. 34325 

— 4 act drama, by J. H. Watson. 



© James H. Watson, Duluth, Minn. ; D : 
6252, Fel). 21, 1905. 34326 

an idyl, a pioneer drama in 4 acts, by 



Joaquin Miller [pseud, of C. H. Miller] 

© C. H. Miller, New York; 1881:13764. 
Sept. 8. 34327 

a play, by J. M. Ordway. 35 p. 4°, 



Typewritten. 

© June McMillen Ordway, Portland, Or. ; 
D:6860, June 3, 1905; 2c. Mav 5, 1906. 

34328 

Oregon (The) outlaws. 

© James Francis Post, Vancouver, British 
Columbia ; D : 2869, Dec. 23, 1902. 34329 

Oreille (L') f endue; pidce en 4 actes, par L. 
N§poty. [Paris, Impr. de I'lllustration] 1908. 
2 p. 1., 89 p. 12°. 

© Lucien Nepoty, Paris ; D : 14265. Nov. 
12, 1908; 2c. Nov. 12, 1908.. 34330 

O'Reilly aboo; or, Willy Reilly and his col- 
leen bawn. an Irish comedy drama in 4 
acts, by Chas. Osborne and E. J. Parker. 
89 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Dominick Murray and E. J. Parker. 
New York; 1890:40171, Dee. 19; 2c. Dec. 20. 

34331 



O'Reilly at the Waldorf Astoria; comedy 
musical sketch, by W. J. Wilson. 13 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1910 ; D : 17907 ; William J. 
Wilson, Brooklyn. 34332 

Oreo at the French ball; comedy in 4 acts, 
adapted by A. Corbett. 

© Adolphe Corbett,' New York; 1884: 
21043, Oct. 20. 34333 

Oresteia des Aischylos. See Orestes. 

Orestes; a play in 2 acts from the French, 
tr. by A. Tridon. 

© Andre Tridon, New York ; D : 15664. 
Apr. 20, 1909. 34334 

a tragedy, by Richard Le Gallienne. New 



York, M. Kennerley, 1910. 50 p. 12' 

© Mar. 25, 1910; 2c. Apr. 18, 1910; D: 
20813; Mitchell Kennerley, New York. 

34335 

eine trilogie, nach der Oresteia des 



Aischylos, von Felix Weingartner. Dich- 
tung. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel, 1901. 
85 p. 16°. ( [Breitkopf & Hiirtels textbiblio- 
thek, nr. 274] ) 

Contents : Agamemnon. — Das todtenop- 
fer. — Die ex'inyen. 

© Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig; D : 1089, 
Nov. 13, 1901; 2c. Nov. 13, 1901. 34336 

Organ (The) builder; drama in 1 act and 1 
scene, by E. Corley. 18 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1915; D : 40178 : Ethel 
Corley, Seattle. 34336a 

Organ (The) grinder; comic opera in 3 acts, 
-book by A. Powell, lyrics by Reuben Fax. 
58 p. 4°. Typewritten'. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Sept. 21, 1910; D : 22107 ; Arthur 
Powell, Stratford, Conn., and Reuben Fax. 
Toronto, Canada. 34337 

1 act play, by J. E. McCann. 14 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© John Ernest McCann, New York ; D : 
8049, Feb. 24, 1906; 2c. Feb. 24, 1906. 

34338 

a 1 act playlet, by Ernest C. Whitton. 



[2], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Morris Levine and Sadye Rosenzweig. 
New York ; D : 12189. Jan. 16, 1908 ; Ic. Dec. 
19, 1907; Ic. Jan. 30, 1908. 34339 

or, Cast thy bread upon the waters. 



play in 1 act, by M. Hyinan. 4 p. f. 
Typewritten. 

■ © Ic. May 31, 1913; D : 33365 ; Milton 

Hyman, San Francisco. 34340 



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34361 



Organo (El) de las senoras; peri6dico femenino 
en 1 acto, dividido en 3 cuadros y un prelimi- 
nar, en pi'osa y verso, original de A. Sanchez 
Carrere, nn'usica de los niaestros Modesto y 
Vicente lioniero. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanolesl 1911. 42 p., 1 1. 12°. [Ll- 
l)rett(> only] 

© L»ec. 30. lt)ll : 2c. Jan. 2. 1912 ; D : 28151 ; 
AdoHo Silnchez Carrere, Madrid. 34341 

Grgullo (El) de Albacete; juguete c6mico en 3 
actos, por A. I'a.so y .J. Abati. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de au tores espaiioles] 1914. 87 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36513; Antonio Paso y Joaquin Abati, Ma- 
drid. 34341a 

Oriana; a comic opera in 2 acts, by J. B. Cas- 
sell and H. B. Iszard. 

© Joseph B. Cassell and Harry B. Iszard, 
Leadville, Col.; 1888:29761, Oct. 19. 34342 

Orient (The): a grand dramatic musical and 
terpsich.oriai spectacular representation of the 
Orient, by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossv Kiralfv, New York ; 1892 : 28421, 
July 7. 34343 

synopsis of a dramatic Avork to be drama- 
tized hereafter, by B. Kiralfy. Typewritten. 

© Bolossv Kiralfy, New York; 1892:46907; 
Nov. 18 ; 2c. Nov. 18. 34344 

Orient (The) express; comedy in 3 acts, adapted 
from the Ceniiun play Die orient reise of Os- 
car lilumentlnil and Gustav Kadelburg, by 
F. C. Burnand and Augustin Daly. [5], 58 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 10, 1913; D : 31938 ; Joseph F. 
Daly and Richard Dorney, Ne\v York. 34345 

Oriental America; by J. W. Ishani. 

© John W. Isham. New York ; 1895 : 63367, 
63369. Dec. 14. 34346, 34347 



- Same. Typewritten. 

© John W. Isham, New York ; 1896 : 48875. 

34348 



Aug. 29 ; 2c. Aug. 29. 

-extravaganza in 2 acts, by S. T. Jack. 

© Sam. T. Jack, Chicago; 1896:21527, 
Apr. 6. 34349 

Oriental (The) curse; 1 act sketch, by O. E. V. 
Almgren and H. Dela Poore. 5 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 31. 1911 ; D : 25696 ; Oscar E. V. 
Almgren and Harold Dela Poore, New York. 

34350 

Oriental (An) intruder; play in 3 acts, by 
Charles Goddard. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 12. 1915 ; D : 39970 ; Star co.. 
New York. 34350a 



Oriental (The) painting; or. The sacrifice, play 
by A. Armband. [7] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1912; D: 28443; Abraham 
Armband, New York. 34351 

Oriental (An) paradox; musical comedy in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by D. S. Marion. [88] 
ji. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Dave S. Marion, New York ; D : 5719, 
Nov. 2, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1904. 34352 

Oriental (The) psychic; by A. Ahumada. 30 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ali Ahumada, New York ; D : 1639, Mar. 
24, 1902 ; 2c. Mar. 24, 1902. 34353 

Oriental (The) spy; tabloid play of today in 
3 acts, by Miron Lefhngwell. Chicago, Chicago 
manuscript co., 1914. [33] p. f°. Mimeo- 
graphed. (Byer's library of tabloid plays) 

© Nov. 3, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 1914 ; D : 38898 ; 
Alex. Byers, Chicago. 34353a 

Oriental (An) wooing; comedy in 3 acts, by L. 
Byrne. 80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lee Byrne, St. Louis ; D : 2659, Nov. 17, 
1902 ; 2c. Dec. 27, 1902. 34354 

Origin (The) and development of dress; arr. 
by Livingston Rus.sell. 

© W. L. Hatch, New York; 1895:49107, 
Sept. 27. 34355 

Origin (The) of champagne. See Moonshine. 

Origin of love; by K. Bennett. 5 p. 4°, Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1910; D: 20545; Katheryne 

Bennett, New York. 34356 

Original (The) baby in the cradle; by E. Miles. 
Typewritten. 

© Edv.-ard Miles, Brooklyn; 1898:63425, 
Oct. 29 ; 2c. Oct. 29. 34357 

Original Christmas dialogs; by Elizabeth F. 
Guptill. Lebanon, O.. March brothers, 1905. 
cover-title, 37 p. 16°. 

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 7105, Aug. 
14,- 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 13, 1905. 34358 

Original (The) Cohen; melodrama in 4 acts, by 
Scott Marble. [89] p. 4'. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1912; D: 29494; American 
amusement assn., Cliicago. 34359 

a play in 4 acts, by P. Brounoff. 

© Platon Brounoff, New York ; D : 4018, 
Sept. 25, 1903. 34360 

Original (The) Cynthia; by Mrs. J. B. Macks 
and B. C. Hart. 

© Mrs. James B. Macks and B. C. Hart, 
New York ; D : 6432, Mar. 25, 1905. 34361 



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34362 



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34380 



Original illuminated poems with one hundred 
curious and beautiful illustratons; byAmelie 
rOiseau [pseud, of Mrs. G. J. Byrd] 

© Mrs. George J. Byrd, New York: D: 
.-)116, Mar. l.^i", in04. 34362 

Original (An) minstrel first part; in 1 act and 
1 scene, by C. A. Reade. [14] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Charles Arlington Ileade, Chicago; D: 
4375, Dec. 11, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1903. 34363 

Original (The) Mr. Benson; a comedietta in 1 

act, by Kenneth Lee. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edna Willa Troop, Detroit; D : 4717, 

Mar. 12, 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1904. 34364 

Original monologues and sketches; by Belle 
Marshall Lftcke. Boston, AV. H. Baker & co., 
1903. 83 p. 12°. 

Contents : A man, a maid and a dress- 
suit case. — How Miss Ceely took the cake. — 
American bea\ities. — Polly's surprise party. — 
Uncle Ned's ring.— His best girl. — Mrs. Fol- 
lansbee's tramp. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; A : 69390. 
Sept. 22, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 24, 1903. 34364a 

Original (An) package; a 3 act musical 
comedy, by J. H. Dobbins. 

© J. H. Dobbins, Richiiioiid, Ind. ; 1S90 : 
23.529, July 26. 34365 

Original (The) plumber; by C. Spinks. 7 ]). 
4°. Printed. 

© Feb. b'l. 1910: 2c. Feb. 23. 1910: E: 
20264; Charles Spinks, Omaha, Neb. 34366 

Original (An) story; comedy sketch in 1 
scene, by W. Howe. [12] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 20, 1011 ; D : 23407 : Walter 
Howe, New York. 34367 

Original (An) widow's pension; or. The fugi- 
tive fortune, a comedy in 4 acts, by Kath»- 
erine Van Harlingen. 

© .John William Butler. San Francisco; 
1898 : 6114, Jan. 17 ; 2c. Jan. 17. 34368 

O'Riley's night off; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. B. Donovan. 

© James B. Donovan. New York; 189.5: 
2387, Jan. 7. 34369 

Orindo; by P. B. Clau.sen. 

© Peter B. Clausen, East -Omaha. Neb. : 
1893 : 53513, Dec. 2. 34370 

Oriole (The) comic opera co. See Stranded. 

Orion; or. The champion of the belt, bur- 
lesque play, by C. T. P. Ware. 

© Charles T. P. Ware, New York; 1873: 
1773, Feb. 21. 34371 



Orkan (Der); das schauspiel einer kiinstler- 
krise, 3 akte, von Kurt Kiichler. Berlin- 
Wilmersdorf, F. Bloch erben, 1914. 86 p. 

8°. 

© Jan. 12. 1915; D: 39380; Felix Blo,li 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 34371a 

Orlandus; by T>. Mowry. 

© Lincoln Mowry, New York ; 1884 : 1893, 
Jan. 26. 34372 

Ormondes (The); a drama, hv T. F. Strange. 
89 p. Ms. 

© Thomas Fraivis Strange, Bo.st.on; 1887: 
8899, Apr. 12; Ic. Apr. 12. 34373 

Oro dies; a drama of 18 scenes, by I. N. Ter- 
rill. 

© L N. Terriil', Lansing, Kan.; 1898: 
53348, Sept. 12. 34374 

Oro (L') e I'orpello; commedia in 2 atti, di 
T. Gherardi del Testa, with English notes 
by C. H. Thurber. Boston, D. C. Heath & 
CO., 1893. 68 p. 12°. (Heath's modern 
language series) 

© C. H. Thurber, Ithaca, N. Y. : 1893: 
44280, Oct. 4; 2c. Sept. 22. 34375 

Orpat and Ardath. See Lady of the Nile. 

Orphan (The) Althaea and Strafford Ellis- 
ton; play in 4 acts, by M. .1. L. f'otton. 
34 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9. 1915; D:4144i); Mary Jane 
Lloyd Cotton, Chicago. .34375a 

Orphan (The) and foundling; or, The cripple 

of Paris, a draniu in 3 acts, by S. E. Ryan. 

© Samuel Erwin Ryan, New York : 187."» : 

10743, Oct. 16. 34376 

Orphan (The) and his violin; a drama in 5 
acts, by J. A. Manning. 

© James A. Manning. Boston; 1886: 
24787. Nov. 2. 34377 

Orphan and the heiress; an cniotional melo- 
drama in 4 acts, by J. T. Walsh and C P. 
Brown. [67] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© J. Theo. Walsh and Charles 1'. Brown. 
ITnited States ; D : 4899, Apr. 7, 1904 : 2c. 
Apr. 7, 1904. 34378 

Orphan (The) and the octopus; '.omic op<'ra 
in 2 acts, by G. B. Hill. 115 ]•>. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1913 : D : 32983 : Geoi-ge I?i-a(l- 
bury Hill, Milwaukee. 34379 

Orphan (An) boy's career. See Pantomime 
Joe. 

Orphan (An) heiress; a sensational comedy 
melodrama in 5 acts, by Arthur Jefi'erson. 
© Agnes Wallace Villa. New York; O: 
2441, Oct. 33, 1902. 34380 

See also Ace (The) of hearts. — Blanche. 



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34401 



Orphan (The) of Ballahooly; a drama in 4 
acts, libretto and music by Rev. Thomas De- 
laney. 

© T. Delaney, New Orleans ; 1897 : 65264, 
Nov. 23. 34381 

Orphan (An) of the state; a drama, adapted 
from tlie FrtMicli. by .Tosepli Sydney (Jos$ 
F. Godoy) 

© Jose F. Godoy, California; 1880:12281, 
Aug. 9. 34382 

drama in 5 a^ts, adapted from the French, 

by Joseph S.vdney [pseud, of Jose F. Godoy] 
93 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1910; D : 20238 ; Albert L. 
Godoy, Mexico. 34383 

Orphans (The); a domestic drama, by Bartley 
Campbell. 

© R. M. Carroll, New York; 1874:8779, 
July 1. 34384 

Orphan's (An) oath; a realistic drama in 4 acts 
and 7 tableaux, by F. Davis. 

© Frank Davis, New York; 1882:2394, 
Feb. 15. 34385 

See also At last. 

Orphans (The) of New York; an original com- 
edy driiniii in 4 acts, by N. S. Wood. 

© N. S. Wood, Brooklyn; 1890:29148, 
Sept. 22. 34386 

Orphans of San Francisco. See While Frisco 
■was burning. 

OiTihan's (An) prayer; drama in 4 acts, by Ed- 
gar Humphrey. [72] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Edwin De Coursey, Evansville, Ind. ; D : 
3267, Mar. 20, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 20, 1903. 34387 

Orphans with parents. See Price of love. 

Ori>hee; ballet en 2 actes, par Roger-Ducasse. 
Paris. Durand et cie., 1912. 8 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 4, 1912; 2c. Dec. 23, 1912; D: 
32950; Durand et cie., Paris. 34388 

Orpheus and Eurydice; ballet in several com- 
positions, invented and arr. by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York ; 1887 : 2676, 
Feb. 3. 34389 

an operatic burlesque, libretto by F. Almy, 

songs by F. Almy, .Tesse C. Dann, R. C. Rog- 
ers. John B. Olmsted, Carleton Sprague, music 
by S. Clark, M. E. Robinson. 

© Frederic Almy, Robert Cameron Rogers, 
Seth Clark, and Minott E. Robinson, Buffalo ; 
1897:30935. May 22; 2c. May 22. 34390 

Orpheus comedy four; in Throw that light on 
me, pl;iy in 1 act. by O. M. Scott and G. Ford. 
2 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1912 ; D : 30608 ; O. M. Scott 
and Geo. Ford, Chicago. 34391 



Orpheus in the underground; [play in 2 acts] 
by Sir H. Tree. [65] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28195 ; Sir Herbert 
Tree, London. 34392 

Orsana; an opera comique in 3 acts, by George 
and Maurice Arnold [pseud, of M. A. Strotli- 
otte] 

© George W. Arnold, .ir., and Maurice 
Arnold Strothotte, New York; 1891:29899, 
Aug. 21. 34393 

Orthodoxy; play in 1 act, by Nina Wilcox Put- 
nam. {In The Forum, v. 51, no. 6, June, 
1914 ; periodical © May 25, 1914 ; 2c. May 26, 
1914 ; B : 302878 ; Mitchell Kennerley, New 
York) 34393a 

Ortrun und Ilsebill; eine marchenkomodie in 
5 akten, von Otto Ernst [pseud, des O. E. 
Schmidt] Leipzig, Verlag von L. Staackmann. 
1906. 152 p. 12°. 

© res. under act of Mar. 3. 1905, by Otto 
Ernst, Germany; res. no. 526; Ic. Sept. 14, 
1906. 34394 

Orythya; a wordless drama of ancient Rome, by 
E. V. Cooke-Hanegan. Philadelphia, J. W. 
Barclay, printer [1909] [3] p. 8°. [Synop- 
sis] 

© E. V. Cooke-Hanegan, London ; D : 15606, 
Apr. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 7, 1909. 34395 

Orythya, the dancing girl; a story of ancient 
Rome, by J. Garrison. [5] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten, 

© Jules Garrison, New York ; D : 15945, 
May 24, 1909 ; 2c. May 24, 1909. 34396 

Osarsiph, prince of Egjrpt; a drama, by J. G. 
Schwahn. 

© J. G. Schwahn, Los Angeles ; 1893 : 8461. 
Feb. 13. 34397 

Osbern and ITrsyne; drama in 3 acts, by John 
Oliver Hobbes [pseud, of Mrs. Craige] Lon- 
don, New York, J. Lane [1899] 4 p. 1., 94 p., 
1 1. 12°. 

© John Lane. London ; 1899 : 69385, Oct. 25 ; 
2c, Oct. 26. 34398 

Oscar Loraine and his wood be partners; ven- 
triloquial musical sketch [by Sam Ehrlirh] 
5 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Apr. 29. 1910; D: 20910; Oscar 
Loraine, New York. 34399 

Oscar Wilde; a dramatic portrait, by A. Blanch- 
ard. 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Af thur Blanchard, Cambridge, Mass. ; D : 
11781, Nov. 21, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1907. 34400 

Oscar's birthday. Typewritten. 

© Geo. Henry Trader, New York ; 1900 A : 
12058, May 14; 2c. July 3. 34401 



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34418 



Osceola; (jr, The sorrows of the Seminoles, a 
drama in 4 acts, by B. McCrary. 

© Beu McCrary, Snohomish, Wash.; 1889: 
23312, July 80. 34402 

Osgar und Adolf; musical comedy, being a 
dramatization of humorous literary and art 
features, in 2 acts, by F. W. Schaefer and 
A. D. Condo. 01 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Ic. July 17, 1913; D: 33819; Fred W. 
Schaefer, Berkeley, Cal. 34403 

Oshkosh next week; a comedy for a singing 
quartette, by Harry L. Newton. Chicago, 
T. S. Denison, 1908. 7 p. 12°. ( [Denison's 
vaudeville sketches] ) [Words only] 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 13423, July 
27, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 4, 1908. 34404 

Osiris; an Egyptian comic opera in 3 acts, li- 
bretto by M. A. Bartlett, music by H. E. 
Bates. 

© Murray A. Bartlett, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
and Harol<l E. Bates, NeAv Hamburgh, N. Y. ; 
1889 : 9247, Mar. 23. 34405 

Os-ka-wawa (The); dramatization of Longfel- 
low's song of Hiawatha, by R. R. Wright. 
[48] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1914; D : 3G657 ; Ruby Ra- 
clielle Wright, Chicago. 34405a 

Osmo; an opera in 2 acts with intermezzo, li- 
bretto by W. (jr. Harrison, music by H. J. 
Stewart. 

© William Greer Harrison and H. J. Stew- 
art, United States ; 1897 : 6G16, Jan 22. 

34406 
Osru. See Every-soul. 

Osteopathic office hours; an object lesson in 1 
act and several scenes, by M. A. Willey. 

© Marguerite A. Willey, Boston ; D : 13797. 
Aug. 29, 1908. 34407 

Osterfest (Das) bei den haschen; miirchenspiel 
in 3 bildern mit gesang und tanz, gedichtet 
und arr. von Henny Voigt. 

© H. Oppenheimer, Hameln, Germany; D: 
8870, July 26, 1906. 34408 

'Ostler Joe; by R. Hutchinson. 

© Ilodolphe Hutchinson, Frankford, Phila- 
delphia ; 1887 : 399, Jan. 7. 34409 

a drama in 4 acts, by A. J. Westermayr. 

© Arthur J. Westermayr, New York ; 1893 : 
24553, May 20. 34410 

■ in r> acts. 49 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Olivia Blakelej', Memphis, Tenn. ; D: 
1529, Mar. 7, 1902; 2c. Mar. 7, 1902. 34411 



'Ostler Joe — Continued. 

— —a melodrama, by J. Miller (Lucille Loring) 
[i. e. J. M. Clarke] [25] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© JosepJiine Miller, Boston; 1889:29 .Fan 
2 ; 2c. Feb. 18. 34412 

a play in 4 acts, by George Fawcett R(nve 

and Douglas Hamilton. 

© Archibald Gordon, New York; 1886: 
2G572, Nov. 24. 34413 



• • See also Hostler Joe. 

Ostpreussen; schauspiel in 3 akten, von Paul 
Enderliug. Stuttgart und Berlin, J. G. Cotta'- 
sche buchhandlung nachfolger, 1915. 141 p. 
12°. 

© May 15, 1915; Ic. June 21, 1915; D: 
40997; J. G. Cotta'sche buchhandlung nach- 
folger, Berlin. 34413a 

Otello. See Othello. 

Othello; ed. by Horace Howard Furness. Phila- 
delphia, J. B. Lip])incott company, viii, [1], 
471 p. 8°. (New variorum ed. of Shakes- 
peare. V. 6) 

© J. B. Lippiiicott CO.,, Philadelphia ; 1886: 
8337, Apr. 8; 2c. Apr. 12. 34414 

-a tragedy in 5 acts, by William Shakes- 
peare. The correct Edwin Bo(.(h jicting edi- 
tion, ed. by John M. Kingdom. New York, 
R. M. De Witt, 1876. 69 p. 12°. (De Witt's 
acting plays, no. 209) 

© Robert M. De Witt. New York; 1876: 
14581, Dec. 29; 2c. Sept. 15, 1877. 34415 

— —Same. The Italian version as i)erformed 
by Salvini and his Italian company during the 
American tour. New York, 1873. 

© Charles B. Bur'o'ell, New York; 1874: 
1284, Feb. 4 ; 2c. Feb. 4. 34416 

-Same, with the English and Itiilian words, 

as performed bv Si^nor Salvini. N(>w York 
G. D. Kopp(>l. 1889. 86 p. 8°. 

© Charles D. Koppel, New York; 1889: 
29616. Sept. 30; 2c. Oct. 19. 34417 

with a special introduction by William E. 

Henley and an original frontispiece by F. 
Brangwyn. [The University press Shakes- 
peare. Renaissance ed.] New York. George 
D. Sproul, 1908. xxi, 172 p. front. 4°. (The 
complete works of William Shnkespe;ire, with 
annotations and a general introduction by 
Sidney Lee. v. 32) 

© University press, Cambridge, Mass. ; A : 
210691, June 29, 1908 ; 2c. June 29, 1908. 

34418 



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34433 



Othello — Continued. 

(Otello); lyric <lraiii!\ in 4 acts, by Giuseppe 

Vrrdi, libretto founded on Shakespejire'-s trag- 
edy, bv Arrico Boito. Knglish version by 
W' O. "Day. 

© Willard G. Day, Baltimore; 1891:31367, 
Sept. 4. 34419 

(Shakespeare's); ))iogTaphical outlines and 

notes by Margaret Hill McCarter. Topeka, 
Kan., Crane <fc company, 1908. 131 p. 12°, 
(The Crane classics, no. 41) 

© Crane & co., Topeka, Kan.: A: 21 7478. 
Sept. 21, 1908 ; 2c. May G, 1909. 34420 

— with introduction, notes and plan of 



preparation, selected, by Brainerd Kellogg. 
New York, E. ]\Iaynard & co., 1892. 5, vi-vii, 
[2], 8-ix, 10-180 p. 1 illus. 24°. (English 
classics ) 

© Effingliam Maynard & co.. New York; 
1891 : 41933. Nov. 23 ; Ic. May 21. 1892. 

34421 

— (Shakespeare's tragedy of); the prompt- 
book ed. by W. Winter, as presented by Edwin 
Booth. [V. 61 New York, Francis Hart & 
company, 1878. 125 p. 16°. 

© William Winter, New York; 1878:8373. 
July 19 ; 2c. Oct. 4. 34422 

— the Moor of Venice; ed. by Thomas M. Par- 
rt>tt. New York, The Macmillan company. 
1912. xix, 179 p. front. 24°. (The Tudor 
Shakespeare) 

© Oct. 2, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 3, 1912 ; A : 320694 ; 
Macmillan co., New York. 34423 

ed. with notes by William J. Rolfe. 

Harper's library ed. New York and London, 
Harper & brothers, 1898. 216 p. front, illus. 
12°. (Shakespeare's complete works, v. 14) 
© Harper & bros.. New York ; 1898 : 26695, 
Apr. 29 ; 2c. Jan. 13, 1899. 34424 

— (Bevised version of Shakespeare's); 

in 5 acts, by J. E. Hall. Tercentenary ed., 
1916. 120 p.' 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1915: D : 41368 ; J. Eugene 
Hall, Vinita, Okl. 34424a 

■ Same. 124 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© le. Sept. 28. 1915; D : 41854 ; J. Eugene 
Hall. Vinita, Okl. 34424b 

(Shakespeare's) ; with introduction and 



notes, explanatoi'v and critical, by H. N. 
Hudson. Boston, Ginn v''c Heath, 1881. 209 p. 
16°. (Annotated Englisb classics) 

© Henrv N. Hudson, Boston; 1881:7031, 
May 7 ; 2c. Aug. 24. 34425 



Othello, the Moor of Venice (Shakespeare's) — 

Continued. 
-Same. Boston. New York [etc.] Ginn & 

company [1909] 209 p. 16°. 

© Kate W. Hudson, Cambridge, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from May 7, 1909; A: 
229459, Jan. 29, 1909; 2c. Jan. 29, 1909. 

34426 

^ with introduction and notes, ex- 
planatory and critical, by Margaret A. Eaton. 
Boston. New York [etc.] Educational pub- 
lisbing company [1906] 157 p. 16°. 

© Educational pub. co., Boston ; A : 143741, 
Mar. 6, 1906; 2c. Apr. 12, 1906. 34427 

(Shakespeare's tragedy of); ed. with 



notes by William J. Rolfe. New York, Harper 
& brothers, 1879. 214 p. front, illus. 16°. 

© Harper & bros., New York ; 1879 : 10317, 
Aug. 4; 2c. Aug. 7. 34428 

Same. NewYork, Cincinnati [etc.] Ameri- 
can book company [1903] 263 p. incl. front., 
illus. 16°. 

© Wm. J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass. ; A : 
66351, Aug. 14, 1903; 2c. Feb. 1, 1904. 34429 

Same. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Ameri- 
can liook company [1907] 2 p. 1., [9]-216 p. 
front., illus. 16°. 

© William .J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass., in 
renewal for 14 years from Aug. 4, 1907; A: 
180975, July 3, 1907 ; 2c. July 23, 1907. 

34430 

• (The tragedie of); by William Shakes- 
peare, ed. with notes, introduction, glossary, 
list of variorum readings and selected criti- 
cism by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. 
[First" folio ed.] New York, T. Y. Crowell 
& CO. [1908] 4 p. 1., vii-xxxi, 311 p. front. 
16°. 

© Thomas Y. (Jlrowell & co., New York; A: 
199825. Feb. 24, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 24, 1908. 

24431 

• See also Shakespeare's works. — Shaking 

Shakespeare. 

Othello a la mode; play in 3 pts., by J. E. Aus- 
trian. [2], 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1914; D: 36724; Joseph E. 
Austrian, New York. 34431a 

O-Thello and Dar's-de-money; burlesque on 
Shakespeare's tragedy of Othello, by Frank 
Dumont. New York, Chicago [etc.] M. AVit- 
mark & sons, 1905. 11 p. 12°. 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 6091. 
Jan. 11, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 11, 1905. 34432 

Othello, jr.; a comedy in 1 act, by A. Vattei' 
and C. S. Street. 

© August Vatter and Charles S. Street. 
Boston; 1891:19101, May 2. 34433 



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34434 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



34454 



Othello outdone; travesty in 1 act, by M. Clay- 
ton, R. Anderson and L. Drew. 14, [2] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1911; D : 24061 ; Murray 
Clayton. Richard Anderson and Lillian Drew, 
Norwood, O. 34434 

Othello, the boss; or, The coming Shakespeare, 
character sketch, by S. Weintraub. [11, 21 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1912; D: 29339; Sigmund 
Weintraub, New York. 34435 

Other (The); a drama in 3 acts, tr. and adapted 
ironi the French, by E. Koffnian. 88 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Elenor Koffman, New York ; D : 14373, 
Nov. 25, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 25, 1908. 34436 

Other (The) body; play in 1 act, by M. Q. 
Dixon. [2], 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1915; D : 41137 ; Mary Q. 
Dixon, Philadelphia. 34436a 

Other (The) brother; a comedy in 1 act, by 
I. G, Thompson. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Inez G. Thompson, Boston ; D : 12870, 
Apr. 30, 1908; 2c. May 11, 1908. 34437 

Other (The) Cohn; a comedy in 1 act, by M. 
linchmaun. 

© Max Bachmann, New York ; D : 1281 . 
.Tan. 13, 1902. 34438 

Other (The) danger; a drama in 4 acts, by 
Maurice Donnay, tr. by Charlotte Tenney 
David. {In The Drama, no. 11, Aug. 1913; 
periodical © Sept. 7, 1913 ; 2c. Sept. 13, 1913 ; 
B : 290981 ; Drama league of America, Chi- 
cago) 34438a 

See also Three modern plays from the 



French, 
Other days. See Memoirs. 
Other (The) Erskine, See Intruder (The) 
Other (The) fellow; by H. L. Lyman. 

© Herbert Lucius Lyman, Spring Lake, 

Mich.; 1900 A: 9890, Apr. 18. 34439 

comedy in 1 act, by G, Spooner. 7 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1911; D: 24375; Cecil 
Spooner, New York, 34440 

a comedy in 3 acts, by M. B. Home 



Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1904. 144 p. 12°. 
© Marv Barnard Home, Belmont, Mass. ; 
D:4440, Dec. 28, 1903; 2c. Feb. 23, 1904. 

34441 



— farce comedy in 1 act, by C. D. Kelly. 
[2], 10 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic, Aug. 3, 1914; D : 37727 ; Claud D. 

Kelly, Los Angeles. 34441a 



Other (The) fellow — Continued. 

a farce comedy in 3 acts, by Bernard Kling. 

[68] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Harry West. Boston; D : 1648, Mar. 26. 
1902; 2c, Mar. 26, 1902. 34442 



farce in 1 act, by B. C. Mason. [2], 33 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1912; D : 31149 ; Ben C. 
Mason, Washington. 34443 

or, Burlesque instrumentalities, a musical 

act, by C. Lick. 13 p. obi. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Carl Lick, Philadelphia ; 1886 : 2323G, 
Oct. 15 ; 2c. Oct. 15. 34444 

or. It happened in Venice, a comedy in 3 

acts, by Vix-ginia and William Churcli [i. e. 
J. W. Church] 118 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 19, 1909; D : 16292 ; J. W. 
Church, Richmond. 34445 

Other (The) fellow's coat; a farce comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Halloran, jr. Typewritten. 
[Synopsis] 

© Jolm Halloran, jr.. New York; 1S97 : 
55139, Sept. 30; 2c. Mar. 20, 1897. 34446 

Other (The) fellow's wife; comedy in 3 acts, 
by R, Carle. 

© Richard Carle, New York; 1899:62894. 
Sept. 28. 34447 

Other gods; libretto in 3 acts, based on Pres- 
oott's Conquest of Mexico, by V. Eppert. 
30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 11, 1913; D : 35328 ; Virginia 
Eppert, Berlin-Schoneberg. 34448 

Other (The) Green; a farce in 3 acts, by G. S. 
Johns. 

© George S. Johns, St. Louis ; 1899 : 214.'56, 
Mar. 24. 34449 

Other half; by Louis Weslyn. 11 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1909 ; D : 17551 : J. Louis 
Mintz, New York. 34450 

drama in 3 acts, by K. J. Stirring. 62 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1913 ; D : 33390 ; Kate Jared 
Stirring, Berkeley, Cal. 34451 

— play in 4 acts, by P. E. Browne. [2], 89 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 29, 1910 ; D : 22414 ; Porter 
Emerson Browne, New York. 34452 

•playlet, by Mrs. B. A. Armstrong. 15 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 15, 1910; D : 20806 ; Mrs. B. A. 
Armstrong, Minneapolis. 34453 

— topical play in 3 acts, by I. J. Shulsinger. 
98 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 1, 1913; D : 34912 ; Irvin .L 
Shulsinger, St. Louis. 34454 



1724 



34455 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34475 



Other (The) man; a comody in 4 acts, by 
Charles Klein. 

© (J. H. >,lMtlie\vs. Wnshin.iilon; 1S92: 
15830, Apr. 11. 34455 

— —a drama of to-day in 4 acts, by E. J. 
Weisenberg. 74 p. S°. Typewritten. 

© Edward J. WeisenbeJ-g". Cleveland ; D : 
14674, Jan. 2, 1909; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 34456 

a dramatic sketch, by A. Madeira. [7] p. t°. 

Typewritten. 

© Addison Madeira, Kansas City. Mo. ; D : 
15262, Mar. 0, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1909. 34457 

an original play in 4 acts, by 1''. W. Pros- 

brey. [1], 101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 26, 1912 ; D : 30105 ; Eugene W. 
Presbrey, New Rochelle, N. Y. 34458 

See also My ward, the widow. 



Other (The) man's wife; a comedy in 3 acts, 
from the French, by N. J. Long. 

© N. J. Long, New Yorlv ; 1896 : 25036. 
Apr. 23. 34459 

a play in 4 acts, by J. J. Noel. 

© Joseph ,L Noel, Oakland, Cal. ; D : 3701. 
July 9, 1903. 34460 

play in 3 acts, by E. Holland. [2], 112 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 14, 1911 ; D : 23356 ; Edwin Hol- 
land, New York. 34461 

or. Who's married? musical play in 3 acts. 



by W. G. Brown. [162] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Jan. 22, 1914; D: 35752; William 
Garland Brown, New York. 34461a 

Other (The) Mary; play in 3 acts, by A. Boye- 
sen. [2], 146 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 30, 1910; D: 21903; Algernon 
Boyesen, New York. 34462 

•by C. Phillips. [4], 45 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 22000 ; Charles Phil- 
lips, San Francisco. 34463 

Other men; play in 3 acts, by M. E. Wadling- 
ton. [163] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 22, 1911 ; D : 23722 ; Mary E. 
Wadlington, Ne^v' York. 34464 

Other m.en's houses; comedy in 3 acts, by W. H. 
Cluxton. 99 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 191.'); D: 41499; Walter 
Henry Cluxton, New York. 34464a 

Other men's money; comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by T. E. Maddock. Philndelphia, T. E. Mad- 
dock, 1906. 88 p. 8°. 

© Thomas Edgar Maddock, Philadelphia; 
D : 9649, Dec. 17, 1906 ; 2c. May 31, 1907. 

34465 



Other men's sisters; drama in 4 acts, by J. R. 
Clemens. [180] p. 4°. Typewritten." 

© Ic. July 26, 1913 ; D : 33898 ; James Koss 
Clemens, St. Louis. 34466 

Other men's wives; comedy in 4 acts, by E. S. 
Sears. 

© Edward S. Sears, Boston; 1877:13899. 
Nov. 30. 34467 

Other (The) Miss Manning; a farcical comedy 
in 1 act and 1 .scene, by J. Long Sims. 

© J. Heath Futrelle. New York; 1897: 
26282, Apr. 29. 34468 

Other (The) Mr. Green; by G. S. .Tohns. 

© George S. Johns, St. Louis ; D : 4376. Dec. 
11, 1903. 34469 

Other (The) Mrs. Brig'g's; comedy in 1 act, bv 
J. A. McCollom, jr., and J. Leiser. 22 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

■ © Ic. Feb. 7, 1912 ; D : 28594 ; John A. Mc- 
Collom, jr., and Joseph Leiser, Allentown, Pa. 

34470 

Other Mrs. Maharry; a farce comedy in 2 acts, 
by P. Hibben. [55] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Paxton Hibben, Irvington, Ind. ; D : 6993, 
July 3, 1905 ; 2c. July 3, 1905. 34471 

Other (The) Mrs. Walker; farce in 1 act, by 
John Curran. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Curran, New York; D : 8589, Mav 24, 
1906; 2c. May 24, 1906. 34472 

Other (The) one; a farce comedy in 1 act, by 
Charles Townsend. [Dick's American ed.] 
New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1901. 9 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 675, 
July 19. 1901 ; 2c. Sept. 17, 1901. 34473 

Other people; play in 4 acts, by A. Reichman. 
[145] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11, 1915; D : 40033 ; Arthur 
Reichman, New York. 34473a 

Other people's business; a farce comedy in 3 
acts ,by W. Gault Browne. 

© Maud Bearant and Charles L. Chil- 
dress, Peru, Ind. ; 1900 A : 7242, Mar. 19 ; 2c. 
June 2. 34474 

Other peoples' children; comedy of kindness in 
3 acts, by L. Worrall. [82] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1913; D : 34215 ; Lechmere 
Worrall, London. 34475 

Other people's clothes; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by T. R. Marsters. [117] p. 4°. Typo- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 8. 1915 ; D : 39611 ; Theodosia R. 
Marsters, Peoria, 111. 34475a 



1725 



34476 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



34495 



Other people's money. 

© Frances I^. Saiiford, New Haven ; 1877 : 
3235, Mar. 16. 34476 

a comedy in 4 acts, by S. M. Forrest and 



J. A. Russell. 

© Samuel M. Forrest and James Anderson 
Russell, New York; 1895:13300, Mar. 6. 

34477 



— a comedy in 3 acts, by E. O. Towne. 

© Edward Owings Towne, Chicago ; 1897 : 
25958, Apr. 26. 34478 

a drama of the times in 5 acts, by D. G. 



Reed. 

© Duff G. Reed, Chicago; 1878:2105, 
Feb. 18. 34479 



— a play, by C. E. Fillet. 

© C. Edmond Fillet, Brooklyn ; 1873 : 11120, 
Sept. 29. 34480 

— See also Deserter (The) 



Other people's troubles; an eccentricity in 1 
scene, bv Frank Dumont. Chicago, The Dra- 
matic publishing co. [1897] 10 p. 12°. 
([Darkey and comic drama]) 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1897 : 59881, 
Oct. 22 ; 2c. Oct. 21. 34481 

Other (The) point of view; playette in 1 act, 
by A. Abbott. [2], 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1913; D: 32626; Allen Ab- 
bott, Jamestown, N. Y. 34482 

Other (The) self; miniature melodrama of love 
and hate in 1 act, by G. G. Hauley. [2], 16 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© 2c. Nov. 12, 1912 ; D : 31427 ; Genevieve G. 
Hanley, New York. 34483 

Other (The) shot; drama in 1 act, by L. 
Strachey. [2], II p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 8, 1910 ; D : 22513 ; Lionel Strachey, 
New York. 34484 

Other (The) side; by A. Royer. 

© Archie Royer, Fottstown, Fa. ; 1900 A : 
24026, Sept. 27. 34485 

comedy, by F. W. Ross, jr., and F. F. Wood- 
ford. 44 p. obi. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1910 ; D : 20818 ; F. W. Ross, 
jr., Elmira, N. Y. 34486 

comedy, by P. Mack. 8 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1910 ; D : 20222 ; Fete Mack, 
Cliicago. 34487 



— drama in 3 acts, by D. Gilchrist and a col- 
laborator. 43 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1910; D: 20864; David Gil- 
christ and F. Williusky, Pittsburgh. 34488 



Other (The) side — Continued. 

episode, by W. A. Boufihton. [17] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 1, 1914; D : 37442 ; Willis Arnold 
Boughton, (Jambridge, Mass. 34488a 

Other (The) side of love; play in 3 acts, by 
Harold Bourne. 124 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 7, 1915; D : 40293 ; Robert Lo- 
raine, London. 34488b 

Other (The) side of the question; play in 4 
acts, by Z. Moore. [164] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1913; D : 33747 ; Zillah Moore, 
New Yorlc. 34489 

Other (The) Tom; a comedy in 4 acts, by A. M. 
Smith. New York, John Harper Bonnell & 
CO., 1875. 28 p. 12°. 

© Amanda M. Smith, United States ; 1876 : 
2332, Feb. 25 ; 2c. Feb. 25. 34490 

Other (The) way out; drama in 3 acts, by O. L. 
Dreeben. [95] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1.8, 1915; D : 42528 ; Octavine 
Lopez Dreeben, Dallas. 34490a 

Other (The) woman; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by M. Gilbert. [88 p.] 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1913 ; D : 32899 ; Maud Gilbert, 
New I'^ork. 34491 

• a comedy of modern life in 4 acts, by H. P. 

Mawson. 

© Harry P. Mawson, New York ; D : 1886, 
May 13, 1902. 34492 



— a drama, by Lewis Worthington Smith. 
[55] p. 8°. Typewritten. 

. © L. W. Smith, Des Moines ; D : 8460, May 
1, 1906; 2c. Oct. 6, 1906. 34493 

— drama in 4 acts, by B. King. 65 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© le. Oct. 2.5, 1912; D : 31237 ; Bernadine 
King, Pittsburg, Kan. 34494 



dramatic sketch, H. M. Brier. 16 p. 16° 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1914; D : 35763 ; Hazel M. 
Brier, Sacramento, Cal. 34494a 

modern comedy-drama in 4 acts, by R. 

Levinsky. 39 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 6, 1914; D : 38712 ; Ray Levin- 
sky, Toronto, Ont., Canada. 34494b 

1 act play, by J. Lee. [2], 35 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1912; D: 31792; Jennette 
Lee, Northampton, Mass. 34495 



1726 



34496 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34513 



Other (The) woman — Continued. 
play in a prologue and 4 acts, by L. Har- 
rington and C. R. Burke. 89 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1910 ; D : 20878 ; Louise Har- 
rington and Charles Russell Burke, Chicago. 

34496 



108 p. 



— play in 3 acts, by F. A. Kummer. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 30, 1910; D : 20642 ; Frederic 
Arnold Kummer, Baltimore. 34497 

— -problem play in 4 acts, V. Milllraan. [3], 
62 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 10. 1912; D: 30.506; Virginia 
Milliman, Alden, N. Y. 34498 

— Sec also Wife (The) 



Other worlds; designed by F. Thompson. 

© Frederic Tliompson, New York ; D : 1254, 
.Tan. 2, 1902. 34499 

Others; comedy in 3 acts, by P. Wilstach. Type- 
written. 

© Paul Wilstach, Washington ; 1896 : 58705, 
Sept. 26 ; 2c. Sept. 26. 34500 

Othmar; a drama in 4 acts, by M. Walsh and 

Noel lUithveu. 

© M. Walsh, Brooklyn ; 1885 : 25775, Dec. 8. 

34501 

See also Transplanted flower. 



Otho Visconti; romantic opera in 3 acts, music 
and text by Frederic Grant Gleason, ed. by 
Walter Keller. Chicago, C. F. Summy co., 
1907. 32 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© Mabel B. Gleason, Chicago; D : 10668, 
May 31, 1907 ; 2c. May 31, 1907. 34502 

Otille, the octoroon; a tragedy in 5 acts, by 
S. B. Groenevelt. [72] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Sara B. Groenevelt, Brooklyn; 1891: 
26148, July 21 ; 2c. June 2, 1892. 34503 

Otomis, the Indian of Mexico. See Six dramas 
of American romance and history. 

O'Tooles (The); au Irish comedy drama in 4 
acts and 4 scenes, by E. W. Scully. Type- 
written. 

© Eugene W. Scully, New York; 1897: 
21099, Apr. 2; 2c. Apr. 6. 34504 

O'Toole's battle of ante-up; a vaudeville sketch, 
by Harry L. Newton. Chicago, T. S. Denison, 
1906. 13 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 9076. Sept. 
12, 1906; 2c. Oct. 18, 1906. 34505 

O'Tool's generosity; vaudeville sketch in 2 
scenes, by E. J. Flanagan, jr. [17] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1913; D: 35126; Edward 
James Flanagan, jr., Ft. Madison, la. 34506 



Otoyo; a comic opera in 2 acts, by H. Pincus 
and M. G. Winstock. [66] p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Henry Pincus and Melvin G. Winstock, 
New York; D : 3430, May 14, 1903; 2c. Mav 
14, 1903. 34507 

Otra (La); comedia original en 1 acto y en 
prosa [de] R. .L Catarineu [y] P. Mata. Ma- 
drid [Soeiedad de autores espanoles] 1907. 
28 p. 12°. 

© Ricnrdo J. Catarineu and Pedro Mata, 
iVIadrid ; D : 11300, Sept. 5, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 9. 
1907. 34508 

Otra (La) vida; drama in 3 actos, de J. L6pez 
Pinillos. INIadrid [Soeiedad de autores e.spa- 
noles] 1915. 139 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915: Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41095 ; J. Lopez Pinillos, Madrid. 34508a 

Otto; character comedy study, by S. Payne. 7 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© le. Sept. 25, 1915; D: 41827; Sidney 
Payne, New York. 34508b 



or, A game of chance, an original domestic 

drama in 4 acts, by F. Marsden (W. A. 
Sliver) [35] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Fred Marsden, New York; 1877:1200, 
Feb. 1: 2c. Mar. 25; 2c. (ms.) Apr. 23; 2c. 
(ms.) July 11. 34509 

Otto of Nordheim; a drama in 5 acts, by J. L. 
Carleton. 

© John L. Carleton, St. John, New Bruns- 
wick ; D:2882, Jan. 21, 1903. 34510 

Otto the Ninth; play in 4 acts, by M. R. Rine- 
liart. 279 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1914 ; D : 40192 ; Mary Rob- 
erts Rinehart, Glen Osborne, Pa. 34510a 

Oudarde; in 4 acts, based upon the German of 
H. Hering, tr. and adapted to the American 
stage by Chas. A. Haswin, with wholly origi- 
nal lines, scenes and action by the adapter. 
© Charles A. Haswin, Chicago ; 1883 : 9140. 
May 17. 34511 

Ought the world to condemn her; a drama in 
4 acts, by L. J. L. Stilwell. 80 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 12111, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 4, 1908. 

34512 

Ought we to visit her? a 5 act dramatization 
of Mrs. Edwards' novel, same name, by W. P. 
Buckingham. 

© W. P. Buckingham, San Francisco; 1878: 
14562, Dec. 13. 34513 



5379— vor. 2—17- 



1727 



34514 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



34537 



Ouida; or, A woman's vengeance, a drama in 
4 acts, bj' L. Aberle. 

'© Lena Aberle, New York ; 1881 : 13391, 
Aug. 31. 34514 



Same. 

© Lena Aberle. New York; 1881:14982, 
Sept. 30. 34515 

Ould (The) boy; melodrama in 3 acts, by E. W. 
Waldron. 83 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1912 ; D : 29152 ; E. W. Wal- 
dron, New York. 34516 

0-Ume's gods. See Collected plays and 
poems; by Cale Young Rice. — Immortal 
(The) lure. 

Ounce (An) of lead; or, The Kentuckian's 
oath, a border drama in 3 acts, by G. W. 
Thompson. 

© George W. Thompson, United States; 
1S7G : 2470, Feb. 28. 34517 

Our absentees; by C. Stuart. Typewritten. 

© Clinton Stuart. New York; 1900 A: 4931. 
l-\'l). 23; 2e. Feb. 23. 34518 

Our actors; a drama in 5 acts. 

© Daniel Howard Harkins, New York ; 
1877 : 3842, Mar. 31. 34519 

Our advance agents; or, Fun on the road, a 
I'arcical comedy. 

© Tony Pastor, New York; 1882:19737, 
Nov. 21. 34520 

Our aldermen; a dramatic composition, previ- 
ously copyrighted imder the title of Politics; 
or. The growler, by J. B. Runnion. 

© James B. Runnion, Chicago; 1878:2008. 
Feb. 15. 34521 



— a local comedy in 4 acts, by H. E. Abbey. 
© Henry E. Abbey, New York; 1878:889, 
Jan. 21. 34522 

Our alma mater; play in 4 acts, by Miron lief- 
fingwell. 59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Dec. 20, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1910 ; D : 17844 ; 
Alexander By ers, ^Chicago. 34523 

Our American boys; a new American society 
comedy in 2 acts, by W. H, Rightmire. 

© William H. Rightmire, New York; 1875: 
12877, Dec. 7. 34524 

Our American Dundreary; a drama in 5 acts, 
by J. S. Norton. 

© John S. Norton, New York ; 1873 : 13732, 
Nov. 26. 34525 

Our American quacks; or, Simon Pure, Esq., 
by S. M. Landis. 

© Simon M. Landis, Detroit; 1885:0123. 
Mar. 13. 34526 



Our American shrew and how she was tamed; 
a drama, by M. Boyd, 

© Maggie Boyd, Riverside, Cal. ; 1888: 
19650, July 7. 34527 

Our ancestors; by J. Smith. [38] p. obi. 16°. 
Typewritten. 

© Josephine Smith, Ottawa. Canada ; D : 
7466, Oct. 28, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 12, 1906. 34528 

a comedy in 2 acts, by Jeanne Mairet 

[pseud, of Mary Bigot] New York, The 
Shakespeare press [1911] 44 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1911 ; A : 303320 ; 
Shakespeare press, New York. 34529 

Our aunt from California; a farce in 1 act, by 
Madalene Demarest Barniun. Now York, S. 
French; London, S. French, ltd., 1903. 10 p. 
12°. (On cover: French's international copy- 
i-iiiiited ed. of the works of the best authoi's) 

© Samuel French, New York; D:3691. 
July 3, 1903 ; 2c. July 17, 1903. 34530 

Our Aunt Robertina; a couKHliclla in 1 act, for 
4 males and 3 females, by Mary Kyle Dallas. 
New York, E. S. Werner, 1891. cover-title. 
12 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; 1891: 
19635, May 28 ; 2c. May 29. 34531 

Our aunts; a comedy in 4 acts and 4 scenes, by 
M. F. Drew. 

© Maurice F. Drevi% New York; 1882: 
8506, May 25. 34532 

Our awful aunt; a comic drama in 2 acts, bv 
Ida M. Buxton. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames, 1885. 
12 p. 12°. ([Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 146] ) 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde.' O.; 1885:22813, Oct. 
31 ; 2c. Oct. .31. 34533 

Our baby; by J. J. Flynn. 7 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Johnstone .1. Flvnn, New York ; D : 
5502, Sept. 1. 1904 ; 2c. Sept. ] . 1904. 34534 



— a comedy in 4 acts, by G. Clarke. 

© George Clarke, New York; 1877:3874, 
Apr. 2. 34535 

1 act playlet or sketch, by G. A. Poole. 



6 p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 24. 1910 ; D : 20568 ; George A. 
Poole, Brooklyn. 34536 

Our baby's nurse; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
from the German of Die kindsfrau, by F. Zell 
and H. C. Friese. 

© H. B. Warner, New York; 1885:16516, 
Aug. 1. 34537 



See also Tompkins number three. 



1728 



34338 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34558 



Our bachelors; a comedy in 4 acts, by J. Brad- 
ford. 

© Joseph Bradford, United States; 1877: 
lOOSS, Sept. 3. 34538 

0\ir Belinda; a romantic comedy of every day 
life in 3 acts, by C. Mathews. 

'© Cornelius INIathews, New Yorlc ; 1SS3 : 
21039, Nov. 22. 34539 

Our benedicts: a comedy in 3 acts, by E. A. 
Locke. 

© E. A. Loclce, Unitc-d States; nS7S:r.29U 
ISl-dy 2. 34540 

Our Bess; comedy in 1 act. l»y S. Janu^s.' [1], 
-V, '). 4°. Typewritti'U. 

© Ic. Doc. 22. 1014; D: 59175; Stanley 
Jame.s, Washington. 34540a 

Our best society; in 4 acts, bein^ an adapta- 
tion of The Potiphar papers [G. W. Curtis] by 
li-',iii.L,' Bniwne. New York, S. French & son; 
London, S. French, 1876. 4 p. 1., 7-34 p. 12°. 
{ I'^rencli's parlor comedies, no. 1) 

© Sanuxel French «fc son. New Yorlc ; 1S7G : 
2270, Feb. 23; 2c. Mar. 13. 34541 

Our bhoys; a sketch, by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, New York; 1875:9750. Sept. 
21. 34542 

Our boarders; an original comedy in 2 acts, by 
H. Budworth. 

© Harry Budwortli, United States; 1880: 
9511, June 22. 34543 



-original 2 act comedy, by J. O. Kaler. 

© John Stetson, Boston ; 1877 : 5114, Apr. 
2S. 34544 

Our boarding house; a farce-comedy in 4 acts, 
by L. Grover. 

© Leonard Grover, United States ; 1876 : 
9563, Aug. 19. 34545 

Same. 

© Leonard Grover, New York, in renewal 
for 14 years from Aug. 19, 1904; D : 5108, 
May 31, 1904. 34546 

Our boarding school; farcical comedy in 8 acts, 
by C. H. Hoyt. 

© Charles H. Hoyt, Boston ; 1877 : 13900. 
Nov. 30. 34547 

an original musical comedy in 2 acts, writ- 



ten and composed by C. P. Brown. 

© Charles P. Brown, Greenpoint, N. Y. : 
1879:15181, Nov. 12. 34548 

Our Bob; song skit, by Keller Mack and Frank 
Orth. [1]. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Ic. May 23, 1913; D : 33301 ; Robert L. 
Dailey, New York. 34549 



Our boys; a comedy in 8 acts, by Henry J. 
Byron. New American ed. correctly reprinted 
from the original authorized acting ed. New 
York, Harold Roorbach, 1890. 51 p. 16°. 
( [Roorbach's American ed. of acting plays, 
no. 36]) 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1890: 
14239, Apr. 29 ; 2c. May L 34550 

-Same. arr. for amateur production, by Frank 

E. Fowle. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1915. 
67 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 30, 1915; 2c. Aug. 31, 1915; D: 
41604; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 

34550a 

Our boys in blue; Kronau's great military spec- 
tacular sensation, a vaudeville production, 
by Leo Kronau, dialogue by Robert J. Moore, 
music by Geo. Trinkhaus. 8 p. 7 photo- 
graphs. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Our boys in blue, New York; D : 4564. 
Jan. 29, 1904; 2c. Jan. 22, 1904; 2c. (printed) 
Dec. 10, 1904. 34551 

-See also Defenders of the U. S. A. 



Our boys in khaki; or. Heroes of 1898-1902, 
a military drama in 4 acts, by G. Betz and 
H. Lechner. 49 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Hermann L. Lechner and Gregor Betz, 
Pittsburgh ; D : 14467, Dec. 7, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 
14, 1908. 34552 

Our boys in Manila; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 
J. W. Schwartz. 

© Jacob W. Schwartz, New York; D: 
653, July 13, 1901. 34553 

Our boys of 1776; or, One hundred years ago, 
a patriotic drama in 2 acts, by Geo. M. Baker. 
Boston, Walter H. Baker & co., 1904. p. 217- 
268. 12°. (On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 
© Emily F. Baker, Weliesley Hills, Mass., 
in renewal for 14 years from Feb. 18, 1904; 
D: 4459, Jan. 2, 1904; 2c. Jan. 6, 1904. 34554 

See also One hundred years ago. 

Our brave police officer; monologue, by M. M. 
Stanley. 1 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Maude May Stanley, Chicago ; D : 15091, 
Feb. 15, 1909 ; 2c. Feb, 15, 1909. 34555 

Our bridal tour; an original farcical comedy 
in 3 acts, by A. Benrimo. 

© A. Benrimo, New York ; 1880 : 14129, 
Sept. 16. 34556 

Our candidate; a play in 4 acts, by L. C. Tees. 

© Levin C. Tees, Philadelphia ; 1878 : 18377, 
Nov. 19. 34557 

Our career; comedietta in 1 act, by Edna Riese. 
New York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1913. 26 p. 12°. 

© July 6, 1913 ; 2c. Aug. 8, 1913 ; D : 34083 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 34558 



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34580 



Our chauffeur; a comedy in 3 acts, by R. E. 
Bruckner. [64] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Rudolph E. Bruckner, New York; D: 
6915, July 6, 1905 ; 2c. July 13, 1905. 34559 

Our children; dramatic composition, by Mildred 
Felix. New York, Phoenix pub. co., 1910. 83 
p. 16°. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1910 ; D : 20815 ; Charles H. 
Jaeger, New York. 34560 

Our chum; a comedy, by I. Kimball, jr. 

© I. Kimball, jr., Washington; 1885:2155, 
Jan. 23. 34561 

Our church; a play in 4 acts, by H. J. Metten- 
heimer. 

© H. J. Mettenheimer, Cincinnati ; 1872 : 
7532, July 13 ; 2c. July 29. 34562 

Our church fair; a farcical entertainment in 2 
acts, by Jessie A. Kelley. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & cc, 1909. 35 p. 12°. ([Baker's 
ed. of plays] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 15324, 
Mar. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 29, 1909. 34563 

Our Cinderella; in 3 acts, by W. J. McKiernan. 
Typewritten. 

© William J. McKiernan, Newark, N. J. ; 
1900 A: 31098, Dec. 24; 2c. Dec. 20. 34564 

Our circle; a comedy in 3 acts, by W. Davidge. 
© William Davidge, New York; 1875: 
11326, Oct. 29. 34565 

Our city; a new, original, local drama in 5 acts, 
by M. Walsh. 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklyn; 1871:4547, 
May 15. 34566 

a peoples play in 5 acts, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1877:9738, 
August 24. 34567 

— — - or. The victims of fraud, a romance of 
city life, by M. Walsh. 

© Marie Walsh. Brooklyn; 1877:10045, 
Sept. 1. 34568 

See also Shower (The) bath torture. 

Our college belles; a comedy in 4 acts, by Ed- 
ward Greey. 

© Eleanora Mary Greey, New York ; 1888 : 
629, Jan. 6. 34569 

Our college boys; an American comedy in 4 
acts, by E. Greey and F. Williams. 

© Edward Greey and Fred Williams, 
United States ; 1877 : 13657, Nov. 24. 34570 

a comedy, by H. L. Ensign and Eduard 

Hoist. 

© Hermon Lee Ensign, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1881:11138, July 18. 



Our college boys — Continued. 

or, The medical student on a lark, a 4 

act comical conceit, words, music and design, 

by Dr. P. Sweet. 
© Preston Sweet, Springfield, Mass.; 1881: 

2162, Feb. 11. 34572 



Our college boys on a lark. 
(The) student. 



See Medical 



34571 

1730 



Our colony. See American (An) heiress. 

Our colored brother; a drama in 3 acts, by J. 
Thompson. 

© Johnny Thompson, Brooklyn ; 1872 : 4639, 
May 3. 34573 

Our colored conductors; an original Ethiopian 
sketch in 2 scenes, arr. bv George H. Coes. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1893. 9 p. 12°. 
( [Baker's darky plays] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1893: 
42860, Sept. 25 ; 2c. Oct. 20. 34574 

Our commodore; play in 4 act.s, by J. A. West- 
hauser. [115] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 28, 1914; D: 36500; Joseph A. 
Westhauser, New York. 34574a 

Our company; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. Wolf. 

© Mark Wolf, Boston ; 1880 : 7245, May 10. 

34575 

Our constituency. Sec Politics. 

Our consuls; or. Pride and prejudice, in 4 
acts, by J. Carpani (De La Presse) 61 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Jessamine Carpani, New York ; 1890 : 
4225, Feb. 4 ; 2c. Aug. 18.. 34576 

Oiir cook; a farcical comedy in 4 acts, by G. B. 
Story. 

© Samuel French & son, Nv^v York ; 1877 : 
2675. Mar. 6. 34577 

Our corporal; an American war comedy drama 
with an Irish hero, in 4 acts, by T. Farrell. 

© Tonv Farrell, United States; 1891:4811, 
Feb. 3. 34578 

Our country; a historical and spectacular repre- 
sentation in 3 pts., by T. S. Denison. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison, 1878. 1 p. 1.. [63]-75 p. 
12°. ([School and social drama]) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1878 : 13579, 
Nov. 21; 2c. Nov. 27. 34579 

Same. Chicago, T. S. Denison [1906] 

1 p. 1., [63]-75 p. 12°. (Amateur series) 

© T. S. Denison. Chicago, in renewal for 
14 years from Nov. 21, 1906 ; D : 9326, Oct. 20. 
1906 ; 2c. Oct. 26, 1906. 34580 



34581 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34604 



Oui* country cousin; an original American do- 
mestic comedy drama in 4 acts. [3], 110 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank Jones, Fairview, W. Va. ; 1887: 
30828, Nov. 29 ; 2c. Apr. 26, 1894. 34581 

Our country cousins; a dramatic farce comedy 
in 4 acts, by James A. Barnes. 

© Alf. Wyman Taylor, Chicago; 1880: 
3279, Mar. 1. 34582 

Our country first; American dramatic comedy 
in 3 acts, by A. R. Ranee. 224 p. 4°. Type- 
written. • 

© Ic. Sept. 25. 1915 ; D : 41825 ; Agnes Rush 
Ranee, New Rochelle, N. Y. 34582a 

Our country, from the 14th to the 20th cen- 
tury; grand spectacular production, arr. by 
Prof. F. L. Clendenen. 

© F. L. Clendenen, Davenport, la.; 1896: 
27745, May 6. 34583 

Our country visitors; an original comedy in 4 
acts, by T. E. Murray. 

© Thomas E. Murray, Chicago; 1884: 
20583, Oct. 13. 34584 

Our country's defenders; a military drama in 5 
acts, by G. S. Tukey, W. E. Simmons and 
P. W. GoUiff. Boston, 1872. 

© Greenleaf S. Tukey, Walter E. Simmons 
and Philipp AV. GoUiff. Boston; 1872:4613, 
May 3; 2c. Mar 5, 1873. 34585 

Our country's progress. 8ee America. 

Our coui'ts; a farce in 1 act. by N. G. Wasliing- 
ton. 

© Napoleon G. Washington, New Brighton, 
N. Y. ; 1882 : 13253, Aug. 11. 34586 

Our cousin; a comedy in 3 acts, by L. B. Mason. 

© Louis Bond Mason and Howard Morgan, 
United States; 1894:44903, Sept. 26. 34587 

Our cousin from the country. 

© Frank .Jones, Fairview, W. Va. ; 1892: 
50239, Dec. 9. 34588 

Our cousin Mongolian; a new and original play 
in 5 acts, by J. S. Ellington. 

© James Smith Ellington, San Francisco; 
1880 : 14190, Sept. 17. 34589 

Our cranks; an original comedy in 5 acts, [by] 
E. Harrigan and G. L. Stout. 

© Edward Harrigan, New York; 1881: 
10903, July 14. 34590 

Our daily bread; a comedy drama, by L. Klein. 

© Lulu Klein, New York; 1893:34776, 

July 25. 34591 

a drama, by Justin Adams, 69 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© J. Adams, Chelsea, Mass. ; D : 3064, Feb. 
27, 1903 ; 2c. June 27, 1903. 34592 



Our daily bread — Continued. 

play in 1 act, by H. J. Veruot. 



17 p. 4" 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1915 ; D : 40483 ; Henry Jean 
Vernot, Jersey City. 34592a 

play in 3 acts, by T. Buchanan. [145] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 19. 1913 ; D : 34490 ; Thompson 
Buchanan, New York. 34593 

Our daughters. 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1883 : 25255, Dec. 
31; 2c. Jan. 5, 1884. 34594 

a comedy in 4 acts, from the German, aug- 
mented and adapted to the American stage 
by F. F. Mackay. 

© F. F. Mackay, Philadelphia ; 1879 : 9141, 
July 12. 34595 

a matrimonial problem in 3 acts, by T. B. 



IMacDonough and Clay M. Greene. 

© Thomas B. MacDonough, Brooklyn; 
1878 : 2941, Mar. 11. 34596 



— a society comedy in 4 acts, by Fred L. 
Greenwood, from the German. Clyde, O., 
A. D. Ames. 

© A. D. 
Dec. 29. 



Ames, Clyde, O. 



1883 : 24648, 
34597 

Our daughters' husbands; a dramatic comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Hood. [72] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© John Hood, Kearney, N. J. ; D : 5582, 
Sept. 23, 1904; Ic. Sept. 10, 1904; Ic. Sept. 23, 
1904. 34598 

Our dearest foes; a war drama of Johnson's 
Island, in 4 acts, by Mrs. C. F. McLean. 91 p. 
8°. 

© Charles F. McLean, Cincinnati ; 1891 : 
12878, Apr. 9 ; 2c. May 21. 34599 

Our detectives; a drama of New York life, by 
B. Koenig and Delancy Barclay. 

© B. Koenig, New York; 1883:13049, 
July 16. 34600 

Our disreputable ancestor; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E; Day. Typewritten. 

© Edmund Day, Louisville; 1897:63771, 
Nov. 15 ; 2c. Nov. 15. 34601 

Our doctor; by T. H. Sayre. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York; 1881:5315, 
Apr. 7. 34602 

a comedy in 3 acts, by T. H. Sayre. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York ; 1884 : 972, Jan. 
12; 2c. Jan. 12. 34603 

play in 3 acts, by E. Locke. [64] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1911; D: 24066; Edward 
Locke, New York. 34604 



1731 



34605 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



34625 



Our doctors; by T. H. Sayre. [1], 111 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York ; 1881 : 4518, Mar. 
25; 2c. Apr. 7. 34605 

Our doll's house. See Our toys. 

Our dumb animals' entertainment. /Sec Morn- 
ing (A) in court. 

Onr eccentric people; by H. Budwortli. 

© Harry Budwortli, Troy, N. Y. ; 1883: 
6528, Apr. 6. 34606 

Our engagement; a society drama in 4 acts, by 
T. H. French. 

© T. H. French, New York; 1873:12509, 
Oct. 31. 34607 

Our English cousin; a society comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by A. W. Aiken. 

© Albert W. Aiken, Brooklyn; 1878:2185, 
Feb. 19. 34608 

See also Parvenu (Le) 

Our English friend; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
A. Daly, from tlie German of von Moser. 
New York, The author, 1884. 78 p. 8°. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1884:5092, 
Mar. 10 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1886. 34609 

Same. 

© .Joseph F. Daly and Richard Dorney, 
New York, as executors, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 1899, June 15, 1911. 
Original entry, IMar. 10, 1884, no. 5092. 34610 

Our esteemed colleague; play in 1 act, by F. 
Nathan. [17] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1912 ; D : 29393 ; Frances Na- 
than, New York. 34611 

Our faith; play in 4 acts, by S. Asch. 

95 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Dec. 10, 1914; 2c. Dec. 26, 1914; D: 
39335; Schalom Asch, New York. 34611a 

Our family doctor; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by H. L. Clapham. 

© Harry L. Clapham, United States; 1890: 
1244, Jan. 7. 34612 

in 3 acts, by Dr. C. H. Oakwood. 

© C. H. Oakwood, Danville, 111.; 1891: 
15363, Apr. 25. 34613 

Our family motto; or. Noblesse oblige, by 
H. D. Frethey. Typewritten. 

© Heloise Durant Frethey, New York; 
1894 : 27113, May 31 ; 2c. May 31. 34614 



Our family umbrella; farce in 2 acts, by E. E. 
Cleveland. Clyde, O., Ames' publishing co. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1896 : 67404. 
Dec. 11 ; 2c. Dec. 19. 34615 

Our father; English adaptation of the 1 act 
Frent'll di-ania Le pater, by Francois Coppee. 
8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 1. 1909 ; D : 16764 ; Wentworth 
Berry, Huntington, W. Va. 34616 

Our female blue jackets; or, How Dewey you 
do, Philippine? a new and original musical 
hflrlesquc, by J. M. Hart. 

© Jo.seph M. Hart, Brooklvn ; 1898:33096, 
May 28. 34617 

Our female volunteer and the southern spy; 
a military drama, by D. H. Jennings and R. S. 
Briiwuell. Bridgeport, Conn., J. H. Coggswell, 
1871. 31 p. 24°. 

© D. Homer Jennings and R. S. Brownell, 
Bridgeport, Conn. ; 1871 : 1581, Feb. 25 ; 2c. 
Mar. 21. 34618 

Our financiers; by J. Frederick. 35 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Joseph Frederick. New York; D:5026, 
May 14, 1904 ; 2c. May 14, 1904. 34619 

Our firemen; an original melodrama in 5 acts. 

© Sara Von Leer, New York ; 1883 : 16688, 
Sept. 12. 34620 

■ ■ See al'^o Nipped. 

Our first families; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. 
Fawcett. [97] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edgar Fawcett, New York ; 1880 : 14375, 
Sept. 21 : 2c. Sept. 28. 34621 

Out first performance; or. Not accustomed to 
the stage, a farce in 1 act, by W. C. Parker. 
Chi<'ago. The Dramatic publishing company 
[1901] 10 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 1030, 
Oct. 28, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 28, 1901. 34622 

Our fishing party; by W. Hanlon and Robert .T. 
Cutler. 10 p. 3]>1. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Hanlon. New York; 1884:8059, 
Apr. 17 ; 2c. Apr. 25. 34623 

Our flag; or, The boys of '61, a now and origi- 
nal military drama, in 6 acts and 6 tableaux, 
bv .T. B. Harper. Reading, Pa., The aiithor 
[1886] 60 p. 16°. 

© James Brool<e Harper, Reading, Pa.; 
1886 : 20732, Sept. 14 ; 2c. Nov. 10. 34624 

— : — or, The right side, a thrilling drama of the 
southern )-(>h(>l]i()n. 60 p. 16". iTinied. 

© aiilligan and Keefe, Corry, Pa.: 1887: 
28055, Oct.- 29; 2c. Oct. 31. 34625 



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34626 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34645 



Our flag — Cuntiuued. 

■ or, The Stars and Stripes abroad, Ameri- 
can druuia of national and domestic interest 
in a prologne and 3 acts, partly original and 
liartly adapted, by Henry Linden [pseud, of 
H. L. Collins] 

© Henry L. Collins, Philadelphia; 1879: 
15569, Nov. 20. 34626 

Our flag always; play in 1 act. by E. L. Bourke. 
33. p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 22, 1915; D : 40715 ; Edwin 
Lyndsey Bourke, Brooklyn. 34626a 



Our flag at sea. 



See Echoes. 



Our flag's career; playlet in 1 act, by M, M. 
Williams, ii, 16 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1910; D: 21276; Margaret 
McLellan Williams, Palmyra, N. J. 34627 

Our flat; a new and original .farcical comedy in 
3 acts, by Mrs. Musgrove. 

© Frank W. Sanger, New York; 1889: 
24118. Aug. 6. 34628 

Our flirtations; an original comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. B. Wilson. Cleveland, 1880. 

© James Bird Wilson, United States ; 1880 : 
8437, June 2. 34629 

Same, 1st act, by .T. B. AVilsou and F. F. 

Mackay. 

© James Bird Wilson and Frank F. Mac- 
kay, Philadelphia ; 1880 : 10.506, Julv 7. 

34630 

Our Florida home; a plav in 5 acts, bv L. P.. 
Cox. 

© Laui-a Ballard Cux, New York; 1891: 
173.56, May 11. 34631 

Our folks; a play in 3 acts, by Q. M. Baker, 
ilramatized from Running to waste, by the 
same author. Boston, G. M. Baker and com- 
pany. 1879. 78 p. 12°. ([The amateur 
stage] ) 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1879:13085. 
Oct. 3 ; 2c. Oct. 4. 34632 

Same. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1907. 

78 p. 12°. 

© Emily F. Baker, Wellesley Hills, Mass., 
in renewal for 14 years from Oct. 3, 1907; 
D : 11165, Aug. 12, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 20, 1907. 

34633 
Our forefathers. See Darwinism. 

Our foreign correspondence; a comedy in 4 
acts, by W. O. Bates. 

© William O. Bates, St. Paul ; 1887 : 28976, 
Nov. 8. 34634 

Our foreign correspondent; a comedy, by W. O. 
Bates and H. Bartlett. 

© "WilUam O. Bates and Helen Bartlett, 
St. Paul ; 1886 : 17899, Aug. 5. 34635 



Our friend Fritz; a comedy melodrama in 4 
acts, by J. F. Hortiz and Langdon McCormick 
[i. c. A. L. McCormick] [125] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Joseph F. Hortiz, Philadelphia; D: 
10432, Apr. 27, 1907; Ic. Apr. 27, 1907; Ic. 
May 27, 1907. 34636 



^ drama in 3 acts, by J. F. Hortiz. [28] p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph F. Hortiz, Philadelphia ; D : 676S. 
May 31, 1905; Ic. June 5. 1905; Ic. Sept. 27, 
1905. 34637 

Our friend Moses; a signiticant every day 
comedy-drama, by F. G. IMaeder. 

© Fred G. Maeder, New York; 1887:9857, 
Apr. 13. 34638 

Our friend, the baron; a comedy in 3 acts, bv 
H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith. New York; D : 5384. 
Aug. 8. 1904. 34639 

Ovir friend, the burglar; a comedy for two peo- 
ple, by C. Heverin. 

© Cator Heverin, New York; 1900 A: 9841, 
Apr. 17. 34640 

Our friend the enemy; or. Who is your neigh- 
bor? 1 act play, by H. F. Shoenfeld. 15 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1915 ; D : 41803 ; Herbert F. 
Siioenfeld, New York. 34640a 

Our friends; a comedy in 4 acts, from the 
Fi-ench of Victorien Sardou, by G. Kreislor. 

© George Kreisler, New York ; 1873 : 6054, 
May 29. 34641 



Our friends the anti-suffragists. 
(The) of it. 



Sec Woman 

Our friends the foods. Sec Five playlets. 

Our future president; a play in 4 acts, by M. B. 
Smith. 

© Margaret Barrett Smith, New York: 
1889 : 15228, May 20. 34642 

Our gentlemen friends; a comedy of tlie day 
in 4 acts, by A. Stein and S. Gross. 

© Adolph Stein and Sidney Gross, Phila- 
delphia ; 1880 : 3110, Feb. 26. 34643 

Our G-erman-Americans. See From land to 
land. 

Our German cousin; a German comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by G. P. Haines. 

© Geo. P. Haines, Elkhart, Ind. ; 1897: 
18327, Mar. 20. 34644 

Our German farmer; a comedy drama, by Harry 
D. Parker. 

© Alf. Wyman, Chicago ; 1884 : 1436. 
Jan. 21. 34645 



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Our German friend on the Rhine; comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by Cohan and Maulsby. 

© Cohan and Maulsby, Chicago ; 1897 : 
10988, Feb. 13. 34646 

Onr German senator; a farcical comedy in 3 

acts, by Frank Rogers and Matthew Holmes. 

© Gus Williams, New York; 1879:10399. 

Aug. 5. 34647 

Same. [106] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Williams, New York; 1879:11177, 
Aug. 21 ; 2c. Aug. 21. 34648 

Our German ward; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by J. J. Drown, jr. 45 p. f°. ^Typewritten. 

© John J. Drown, jr., Plattsburgh, N. Y. ; 
1888:32108, Nov. 12; 2c. Mar. 11, 1889. 

34649 

Our girls; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by 
W. T. W. Ball. Boston, 1875. 

© William T. W. Ball, United States; 
1875 : 10902, Oct. 20. 34650 

a new sensational protean drama in 3 acts, 

by F. Herring. 

© Fanny Herring, New York ; 1875 : 10234, 
Oct. 5. 34651 



- — - a serio-comic drama in 4 acts, by T. B. 
De Walden. [118] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Marion Mardaunt, New York ; 1879 : 
15875, Nov. 24; 2c. Nov. 27, 1886. 34652 

or, Kepentence. an American comedy in 



3 acts, by T. M. Hunter. 

© T. M. Hunter, Boston; 1875:11564, 
Nov. 4. 34653 

Our g-irls in camp. See Anita's trial. 

Our goblins; an entirely new and original com- 
edy operetta in 1 act and 1 scene, by W. Gill. 
© William Gill, United States; 1879: 16752, 
Dec. 12. 34654 



musical comedy in 3 acts, by Wm. Gill. 

© Harry Knapp, St. Louis; 1891:44.514, 
Dec. 8. 34655 

Our goblins at home; a musical conceit in 2 
acts and 4 scenes, by W. Gill. 

© William Gill, United States; 1880: 13050, 
Aug. 25. 34656 

Our great country, 
land. 



See TJnser herrliches 



Our great metropolis; a melodrnma in 6 acts 
and 11 scenes, by George H. .Tessop and Ben 
Teal. 

© Klaw and Erlanger, New York; 1889: 
17900, June 12. 34657 

Our guardian angel. See On land and sea. 



Our gypsies; a romantic drama in 3 acts and a 
prologue, by E. W. Haskett. Ms. 

© Emma Webb Haskett, United States; 
ISSO : 5503, Apr. 7 ; 2c. June 9. 34658 

Our Hebrew cousin; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by S. Morris. 

© Sam Morris, Chicago ; 1896 : 22088, Apr. 9. 

34659 

Our Hebrew friends; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by G. H. Jessop. 

© M. B. Curtis, New York ; 1880 : 12400, 
Aug. 11. 34660 

Our Hebrew partner; or, Give him a chance, 
drama in 3 acts, by F. Dumont. 

© Frank Dumont, New York; 1882:742, 
Jan. 16. 34661 

Our hero; or. Second section of number 5, a 
railroad drama, by B. H. Frick. 

© B. H. Frick, Council Bluffs, la.; 1892: 
51504, Dec. 17. 34662 

Our heroes; being an episode of the late war 
adapted to the present day, by E. Henderson. 

© Ettie Henderson, Providence, K. I. ; 1875 : 
13004, Dec. 11. 34663 

a grand military allegory in 5 acts, 8 tab- 
leaux, and 10 pictures, by J. B. Renauld. 

© Edwin A. Perry, George B. Squires and 
John B. Renauld, Brooklyn ; 1873 : 9929, Sept. 
4. 34664 

Our heroes in Cuba; a war drama, by G. F. 
Euler. 57 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© George Francis Euler, San Francisco ; D : 
4410, Dec. 21. 1903; 2c. Dec. 21, 1903. 34665 

Our hired giil; by W. Harris. 

© William Harris, Boston; 1884:23732, 
Nov. 29. 34666 

a comedy in 3 acts, by W. .T. Cliappelle. 

© W. J. Chappelle, Boston; 1888:24548, 
Aug. 29. 34667 

Our home; by J. A. Gilson. 

© James A. Gilson, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1891: 
23582. June 29. 34668 

play in 4 acts, by H. T. Wenk. 48 p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1910; D : 20014 ; Henry T. 
Wenk, Chicago. 34669 

Our honeymoon; dramatic sketch in 1 act, by 
PI. II. de Leon. 

© Henry R. de Leon, Hicksville, O. ; D: 863, 
Sept. 13, 1901. 34670 

■ -a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by R. Callender. 

66 p. f°. TypeAvritten. 

© Romaine Callender, Middletown, N. Y. ; 



D : 1585, Mar. 17, 1902 ; 2c. Mar. 17, 1902. 



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Our honeymoon — Continued. 

— — musical faroe comedy, by Tlie Williams 

duo. [20] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 

only] 

© Ic. Sept. 30, 1911; D:2.53S2; Williams 
duo, Houston. 34672 

Our hopeful son. Sec Jinimie Jones. 

Our hotel: a new American comedy in 4 acts, 
by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, New Yorlj ; 1877 : 2991, Mar. 
12. 34673 

Bats, the bell boy, a farce in 1 act, by 



Will H. Brunnhofer. Clyde, O., Ames pub. co., 
1894. 14 p. 12°. ([Ames' series of standard 
and minor drama, no. 340] ) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1894:42101, 
July 27 ; 2c. Aug. 1. 34674 

Our hour of triumph; dramatical playlet, by 
F. J. Callahan. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1913 ; D : 35220 ; Frank J. Cal- 
lahan, Scranton, Pa. 34675 

Our houses of clay; or. The pui-ple room, a pur- 
pose play, by W. A. Snow. 119 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© William Augustine Snow, Peterboro, 
N. H. ; D : 1539S, iMar. 22, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 22, 
1909. 34676 

Our husband; comedy in 4 acts, by W. Bowman. 
119 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27, 1915; D : 40778 ; Bertha 
Ci'eighton and Willard Bowman, New York. 

34676a 

Our idol; a comedy in 4 acts, by Mrs. H. Beckett. 

New York, Metropolitan print, 1877. 41 p. 8°. 

© Harry Beckett, New York ; 1877 : 752, 

Jan. 18 ; 2c. Feb. 14. 34677 

Our industries and the shibboleth of parties; 
by I. P. Noyes. 

© Isaac Pitman Noyes, Washington ; D : 
8810, July 3. 1906. 34678 

Our innocent pastor; a comedy in 1 act, by H. M. 
Markham. 

© H. U. Markham, Chicago; 1878:2943, 
Mar. 11. 34679 

Our insane cousin; farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. Holloran. S3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1910 ; D : 22650 ; John Hol- 
loran, Yonkers, N. Y. 34680 

Our intended wife; by H. Conlon. 15 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Harrv Conlon, New York; D : 14374, Nov. 
25, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 25. 1908. 34681 

Our intimate friends; comedy in 4 acts, adapted 
from the French of Y. Sardou, by B. Papot. 

© B&iedict Papot, Chicago; D:9112, Sept. 
19, 1906. 34682 



Our Irish homestead; romantic comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by Frank Dumont. 

© llichard O'Gorman, United States ; 1894 : 
27795, July 3. 34683 

Our Irish neighbors; an original comedy in 3 
acts, by T. E. Murray. 

© Thomas E. Murray, Chicago ; 1892 : 50607, 
Dec. 12. 34684 

Our Irish senator; a 3 act comedy, by E. R. 
Barager. 

© E. R. Barager, Prentice, Wis. ; D : 11986, 
Dec. 11, 1907. 34685 

Oar Irish senators; or, The two Macs' blun- 
ders. 

© Joe McNeil, United States; 1889:74.58, 
Mar. 8. 34686 

Our Irish visitors; an original comedv in 4 acts, 
by T. E. Murray. 

© Thomas E. Murray, Chicago ; 1884 : 20580, 
Oct. 13. 34687 

Our Jack; a drama in 3 acts, by C. A. Stenman. 
Clyde, O., Ames' pub. co.. 1900. 28 p. 12°. 
(Ames' series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 419) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1900 A: 29668, 
Dec. 6; 2c. Dec. 8. 34688 

an original comedy drama in 4 acts, by 

E. A. Locke. 

© Edwin A. Locke, Enfield Centre, N. H. ; 
1890 : 29434, Sept. 24. 34689 

Our janitor; a comedy in 4 acts, by J. F. Milli- 
ken. 

© James F. Milliken, New York ; 1886 : 8355, 
Apr. 8. 34690 

Our Jem; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, by C. M. 
S. McKenna. 

© Cbarlotte M. Stanley McKenna, New 
York ; 1881 : 588, Jan. 11. 34691 

Our Jewel; comedy in 4 acts, by H. V, Vogt and 
C. E. Kalb. 56 p. f°. Ms. 

© Harry V. Vogt and C. E. Kalb, Camden, 
N. J. ; 1888 : 20547, July 17 ; 2c. July 30. 

34692 

Our Jim; a comedy in 4 acts, by Egbert W. Fow- 
ler. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1897. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1897: 
34617, June 9 ; 2c. Aug. 13. 34693 

Our Joe; a play in 4 acts, with songs and dances, 
by E. C. Wbarton. 

© Edward Clifton Wharton, New Orleans ; 
1880: 5019, Mar. 30. 34694 

Our Jonathan; or. The law of the land. 

© William Moore, United States; 1885: 
17174, Aug. 13. 34695 



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Our Katie; a play of the tui'f, by H. L. Jordan. 

© Ht'leiie Lester Jordan, Chicago; 189;!: 
24700, May 22. 34696 



Our kentry cousin joining' the Woodmen. 
Nickolaus Tallihankel's troubles. 



See 



Our Kittie; a (•oiuedy drama in 3 acts, by Minnie 
I'oLsun. Clyde, O.. Ames' publishing cc, 1891. 
20 p. 12°. ([Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 333]) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1894 : 11190. 
Feb. 22 ; 2c. Mar. 1. 34697 

Our landlord; a farcical corned v in 3 acts, bv 

D. St. Clair. 

© Dora St. Clair, New York; 1880:6441, 
Apr. 26. 34698 

Our lawmakers; a new farcical play, by E.IIarri- 
gan. 

© Edward Harrigan, United States; 1878: 
2.582, Mar. 2. 34699 

Our leading lady. 

© Frederick E. Mortimer, Jewell Darrell 
and J. A. Boone, New York ; D : 1190. Dec. 17, 
1901. 34700 

Our life; a symbolic play in 10 canticles, by N. 
Goltlberg. 54 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10. 1914 ; D : 38759 ; N. Goldberg, 
New York. 34700a 

Our little boy; comedy playlet iu 1 act, by Cope- 
laud brothers. ri].16p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1914; D : 38550 ; Oopeland 
brothers, Wichita, Kan. 34700b 

Our little Cinderella; play \sitli music in 3 
acts, by Leo. Trevor, music by Herman liohr, 
lyrics by Arthur V/imperis. [143] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

® Ic. Dec. 31, 1910 ; D : 22973 ; Cyril IMaude. 
London. 34701 

Our little cousin; a comedy in 1 act, from the 
l-'rench of A. Decourcelle and Th. Barrierc, by 
Ct. Kreisler. 

© George Kreisler, Boston ; 1871 : 6817, Julv 
20. 34702 

Our little fairy; farcical skit in 1 act, by A. 
Comport. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11, 1913; D : 32681 ; Angelina 
Comport, New York. 34703 

Our lives to live again; play in 4 acts with 
epilogue, by I>. W. Lowenthal. [2], 78 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 25, 1913 ; D : 34237 ; Louis Wil- 
liam Lowenthal. Tucson. Ariz. 34704 
Our lodging house; a local drama in 4 acts, by 

E. Harold. 

© Ernest Harold, Washingtou ; 1877 : 5795, 
May 14. 34705 



Our lodging house — Continued. 

Same. 

© Dwight M. Howard. Washingtou; 1880: 
9136, June 17. 34706 

■ — — See also Mechanic's (The) fair. 



Our Malindy; 3 act comedy, by W. Fletcher. 

© Walter Fletcher, New York ; 1890 : 30231. 

Oct. 1. 34707 

Our manager; a drama in 3 acts, bv M. Wolf. 
© Mark Wolf. Boston ; 1887 : 19087. Julv 23. 

34708 

Our Margaret Alice; [farce in 2 acts, by Syd- 
ney Sydney] [56] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Burton Doyle, London ; D : 8837. Julv 17. 
1906; 2c. July 17, 1906. 34709 

Our Mary; comedy drama in 4 acts, by J. Wayne 
Whitehill. [85] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .July 25, 1911; D: 24770; James W. 
AVhitehill, New York. 34710 

a vaudeville sketch for two characters, by 

G. F. Sturgis. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Granville Forbes Sturgis, Brooklvn ; D : 
10874, June 28, 1907; 2c. June 28, 1907. 

34711 

Our Max. See Unser Max. 

Our M. C; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by C. 
Gayler. 

© Charles Gayler, Buffalo; 1883:2406, 
Feb. 5. 34712 

Sec aJxd Three stars. 



Our merry-making minstrels; bv A. J. Schind- 
ler. 

© Anthony .L Schindier, New York; 1900 
A : 24551, Oct. 2. 34713 

Our minister; a comedy in 3 acts, by T. H. 
Sayre. 185 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York ; 1882 : 10022. 
June 19: 2c. June 19. 34714 

Our minister's bride; comedy in 1 act, by Eve- 
lyn Watson. New York, S. French ; London, 
S. French, ltd., 1911. 15 p. 12°. ([French's 
international copyrighted ed. of the works of 
the best authors, no. 209] ) 

© Apr. 25, 1911 ; 2c. A.i.n\ 26, 1911 ; D : 
24056; Samuel French, New York. 34715 

Our Miss Gibbs; a new musical play in 2 acts, 
by Cryptos, constructed by James T. Tanner, 
lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank, 
additional numbers by George Arthur.s, music 
by Ivan ('aryll iind Lionel Monckton. Lyrics, 
London, New York [etc.] Chappell & co., ltd., 
1909. 36 p. 8°. 

® Chappell & CO., ltd., London ; D : 14988, 
Feb. 3, 1909; 2c. Feb. 3, 1909. 34716 



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Our Monroe doctrine; a comedy drama in 4 nets, 
by Ilainiltou Harris [i. o. G. H. Harris] [105] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Hamilton Harris. Railway. N. J. ; 
D:3076, Mar. 2, 1903; 2c. Oct. 26, 1904. 

34717 

Our musical quartette; lilackface comedy in 1 
act. 

© Joseph J. Ermatinger, liochester, N. Y. ; 
1S92 : 160SS, Apr. 13. 34718 

Our mutual friend; a comedy in 4 acts, drama- 
tized from Charles Dickens, by H. R. Shat- 
tiick. Boston, Lee <& Shepard, 1879. 42 p. 
12°. 

© Harriette R. Shattuck, United States; 
1879 : 7225, May 81 ; 2c. Aug. 4. 34719 

See also Gaffer's daughter. — Golden (The) 



dustman. 

Our Nan; or, Plunkett's Four Corners, an origi- 
nal comedy drama in 3 acts, by R. Hutchin- 
son. 

© Rodolphe Hutchinson, Garnerville. N. Y. ; 
D:444, May 9, 1901. 34720 

Our native land; an Irish comedy drama, by 
J. P. Sullivan. 

© .Tosepli P. Sullivan. New York; 1895: 
37023, July 17. 34721 

Our near relations; a society drama in 4 acts, 
by G. W. Hooper. 

© George \V. Hooper, Jamestown, N. Y. ; 
1884 : 6712, Mar. 28. 34722 

Our neighborhood; a parlor play in 4 acts, bj' 
our folks. 

© EUzal)eth P. Wilson. Hartford; 1871: 
2626, Mar. 25. 34723 

Oxxv neighbors; a country society comedy, bv 
C. C. Williams. 

© Chauncey C. Williams, Boston ; 1S77 : 
12810, Nov. 7. 34724 

Our new butler; a comedy playlet, by F. Hat- 
field. [17] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19, 1909: D : 16536 ; Fannie 

Hatfield, Forestdalc, R. I. 34725 

Our new constable; by li. Underwood. 

© Lawrence Underwood, New Y^'ork ; D : 
5379. Aug. 6, 1904. 34726 

Our new country; a comedy in 4 acts, by L. 
Leopold. 

© L. Leopold, Washington ; 1885 : 10347, 
May 7. 34727 

Our new girl; farce in 1 act, by U. Akerstrom. 
[27] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1912; D : 28836 ; Ullie Aker- 
strom, New York. 34728 



Our new governess; comedy in 2 acts, by Grace 
Luce Irwin. New York. S. French; London, 
S. French, ltd., 1904. 1 p. 1., 19 p. 12°. 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 5446. Aug. 
IG, 1904; 2c. Nov. 19, 1904. 34729 

Our new housekeeper; a scene of English 
country life, a comedy in 4 acts, by T. Walmes- 
ley. 

© Thomas AValmesley, New York; 1886: 
27217, Dec. 2. 34730 

Our new minister; comedy of New England 
life in 3 acts, by G. W. Ryer. 

© George W. Ryer, Brooklyn; 1900 A: 
10498, xipr. 25; 2c. Apr. 25. 34731 

a domestic comedy drama in 3 acts, by 



Denman Thompson and G. W. Ryer. 

© George W. Ryer, Brooklyn ; 1895 : 53249. 
Oct. 19. 34732 

a Yankee comedy in 4 acts, by Denman 



Thompson and G. W. Ryer. 

© George W. Ryer, Brooklyn ; 1893 : 51351, 
Nov. 17. 34733 



Our nev/ schoolmarm, Nick Drubem. 
Fair play. 



See 



Our next president; or. The dark horse, an 
American comedy in 4 acts. 

© J. W. Blaisdell, Chicago ; 1879 : 10053. 
July 31. 34734 

Our oddities; an American comedy in 5 acts, 
by Stanley I\IcKenna. New York, Metropoli- 
tan print, 1ST7. 41 p. 8°. 

© Mrs. Stanley McKenna, New York ; 1877 : 
2674, Mar. 6; 2c. Mar. 17. 34735 

Our office girls; a comedy of business life in 4 
acts, by M. .L Sullivan (M. Navilus) [1], 
126 p. t\ Typewritten. 

© M. ,L Sullivan, New York ; 1891:6816. 
Feb. 20; 2c. Feb. 20. 34736 

Our old Kentucky home; a drama in 5 acts, by 
J. E. Bruce and H. V. Davis. 

© Jolm Edward Bruce. Albany, and Hen- 
rietla Vinton Davis, Washington; 1898: 
29142, May 10. 34737 

-a story of the Kentucky hills, by O. L. 

.Tea neon. 

© Otto L. Jeancon, Colorado Springs, Col. ; 
D : 8346, Apr. 14, 1906. 34738 

Our old nobility; a drama in 1 act, by T. Frost. 

© Thomas Frost, New York; 1891:41684. 

Nov. 20. 34739 

Our old town school; a facetious drama, by one 
of the pupils, C, C. IMorgan. 

© Charles C. Morgan, Boston; 1890:1641. 
Jan. IL 34740 



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Our own beloved America; exceptionally unique 
patriotic exercise, by IMrs. W. B. Dingman. 
Lebanon, O., March brothers [1914] 10 p. 
12°. 

© Jan. 22, 1914; 2c. Jan. 23, 1914; D: 
35762 ; March brothers, Lebanon. O. 34740a 

Our party; a musical comedy in 3 acts, written 
and composed by A. Lloyd. 

© Arthur Lloyd, Great Britain; 1898: 
40864, Aug. 30. 34741 

Our pastor; a 3 act domestic comedy, by D. 
Sully. 

© Daniel Sully, Denver ; D : 4923, Apr. 22. 
1904. 34742 

Our patriots, from '76 to '98; a patriotic play 
with tableaux, depicting historical events in 
the history of the United States, by R. J. 
Donnelly. 

© Robert J. Donnelly, Brooklyn; 1898: 
23644, Apr. 14. 34743 

Our pet; an original drama. 

© Georgie Hamlin, Cambridge. 111.; 1889: 
5343, Feb. 15. 34744 

Our players; or. Both sides of the curtain, a 
realistic picture of play folk's every day life, 
by M. Maclare. 

© Maurice Maclare, New York ; 1891 : 2257. 
Jan. 15. 34745 

Our pleasant sins; by W. Barrett and Charles 
Hannan. Typewritten. 

© Wilson Barrett, Leeds, England; 1893: 
10009, Feb. 24; 2c. Feb. 24, 34746 

Our pleasure party; arr. for the stage by J. 
Oppenheimer. 

© Joe Oppenheimer, United States ; 1891 : 
671. Jan. 5. 34747 

Our politicians; a comedy in 4 acts, by A. D. 
Gordon. 

© Mrs. Ric Kiralfy, New York ; 1878 : 4257. 
Apr. 9. 34748 

Our politics; an original American comedy in 
5 acts, by E. Willett. 

© Edward Willett, St. Louis; 1877:6086, 
May 21. 34749 

Our protectors; an American comedy drama in 
5 acts, by H. Vaughn. 

© Harry Vaughn, United States; 1889: 
nil4. Apr. 8. 34750 

Our r. r. men; in 6 acts, by R. M. Taylor and 
J. H. Delafield. 

© R. M. Tavlor and J. H. Delafield, United 
States; 1877:7771. July 5. 34751 

Our r. r. men or boys; a drama in 4 acts, by 
R. M. Taylor. 

© R. M. Taylor, New York; 1877:6884, 
June 11. 34752 



Our regeneration; a passion drama in 3 acts, 

by F. W. Jlathieu. 53 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Fred'k W. INIathieu. New York ; D : 15798. 

May 7, 1909; 2c. May 7, 1909. 34753 

Our regiment; a military drama, compiled from 
incidents in the War of the Rebellion, by 
J. S. Rogers. Boston, A. Mudge & son, 1884. 
45 p. 12°. 

© James S. Rogers, United States; 1884: 
2699, Feb. 6; 2c. Feb. 9. 34754 

Our relations; a comedy in 4 acts, by E. D. 
Dunn. 

© Edward D. Dunn, Newark, N. J.; D: 
9S35, Jan. 28, 1907. 34755 

a drama in 5 acts, by D. Hastings. 

© Dille Hastings, Philadelphia; 1888: 
10858, Apr. 14. 34756 

Our reporter; a comedy in 3 acts, with a pro- 
logue, by A. C. Gunter. 

© A. C. Gunter, San Francisco ; 1877 : 12036. 
Oct. 18. 34757 

Our rich cousin; a play in 4 acts, by D. K. Hig- 
gins and M. O. Higgins. 

© David Knowles Higgins and Milton Otis 
Higgins. Englewood, 111. ; 1886: 18697, Aug. 17. 

34758 

Our right of way; a realistic and romantic 
play, abounding in strong dramatic effects, 
and startling tableaux, by W. H. Young. 

© William H. Young and John Leslie Gos- 
sin. United States ; 1889 : 16784, June 1. 

34759 

Our royal knights and regal dames; a farcical 
comedy, by IM. Sullivan. 

© IMaria Sullivan. Providence, R. I. ; 1898 : 
16076, Mar. 8; 2c. Apr. 14. 34760 

Our rural cousin. 

© Frank Jones, Fairview, W. Va. ; 1892: 
50241, Dec. 9. 34761 

Our r'yal majesty; a comedy in 5 acts, by M. F. 
Delanov. Alameda, Cal., The Daily encinal 
print [1899] 55 p. 12°. 

© Marian F. Delanoy, United States ; 1898 : 
30955, May IS ; 2c. Dec. 20, 1899. 34762 

Our Sam; a domestic comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by C. M. Stanley and F. M. Stanley. 

© Charlotte M. Stanley and Frank M. Stan- 
lev, Bay Ridge, N. Y. ; 1889:8330, Mar. 15. 

34763 

Our school-days; a 3 act musical comedy, writ- 
tej), composed, sung and played by the trage- 
dians of Kalamazoo, incidents and ideals fur- 
nished by Neil Burgess, Hugh Fay and C. R. 
Gardiner. 

© C. R. Gardiner, New York; 1880:6080, 
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Our school-days — Continued. 

or, Boys and girls again, a musical comedy 

in 3 acts, by R. McWade. 
© Robert IMcWade, New York ; 1880 : 4452, 

Mar. 19. 34765 

Our schools; a farce in 1 act, by N. G. Wash- 
ington. 

© Napoleon G. Washington, New Brighton, 
N. Y. ; 1882 : 13254, Aug. 11. 34766 

Our secretaries; comedy in 3 acts, by C. and C. 
Slade. [82] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 15, 1911; D : 25763 ; Constance 
and Charles SUule, New York. 34767 

Our senators; farcical comedy in 5 acts, by F. 
Eversman, jr. 

© Fred Eversman, jr., Baltimore ; 1884 : 
22726, Nov. 13. 34768 

Our servants; a comedy in 4 acts, by G. B. 
Story. 

© Samuel French & son, New York ; 1877 : 
3626, IMar. 26. 34769 

■ comedy in 1 act, by Francis liester. New 

York, The Roxbury publishing company [1899] 
12 p. 16°. (Wizard series) 

© Roxbury pub. co., New York ; 1899 : 76316. 
Nov. 22; 2c. Nov. 15. 34770 



a drama, by F. File. 

© Franklin File, New York; 1877:4874, 
Apr. 24. 34771 

Our set; a comedy in 3 acts, by Louis Melbourne. 
New York, 1888. 

© W. J. Florence, United States ; 1888 : 5125. 
Feb. 16. 34772 

Our seventh. See Snap. 

Our sleighing party; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by Wm. R. Watts. 

© Cool Burgess, New York ; 1881 : 2286, Feb. 
14. 34773 

Our society; a drama in 5 acts, by E. M. Kirk- 
land. 

© Mrs. E. M. Kirkland, Chicago ; 1877 : 14199. 
Dec. 7. 34774 

Our soldiers; original drama in 5 acts and 6 
tableaux, by Annie Lev/is (Mrs. F. W. John- 
son) [66] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. F. W. Johnson, New York ; 1886 : 
21326, Sept. 23 ; 2c. July 29, 1887. 34775 

or, On the frontier, original play in 5 acts 

and 7 tableaux, by Annie Lewis (Mrs. F. W. 
Johnson ) 

© Annie Lewis (Mrs. F. W. Johnson), Bos- 
ton ; 1887 : 29105, Nov. 10. 34776 



Our sons (Nos fils); a comedy in 4 acts, by 
Edouard Cadol. 

© Frangois Mons and I^ouls Nathal, New 
York ; 1886 : 19902, Sept. 3. 34777 

Our South; a southern drama in 5 acts, by R. 
Ralph. 

© Richard Ralph, Long Island, N. Y. ; 1879 : 
799, Jan. 17. 34778 

Our starry banner; an original patriotic drama 
in 5 acts, by J. A. Eraser, jr. Chicago, The 
Dramatic publishing co. [1897] 50 p. 12°. 
( [American acting drama] ) 

© Dramatic pub. co. and J. A. Fraser, jr., 
Chicago ; 1S97 : 59869, Oct. 22 ; 2c. Oct. 21. 

34779 

Our step husband; a comedy melodrama, by 
G. G. Osborne. 

© Charles G. Osborne, Chicago ; 1897 : 42333, 
July 24. 34780 

Our substitute; presented by the White City 
iViur. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Otto A. C. Paris, Boston ; D : 13473. .Tulv 
31, 1908; 2c. July 31, 1908. 34781 

Our summer boai'der. See Vaudevillainies. 

Our summer boarders; an entirely original com- 
edy drama in 4 acts, by W. E. Barnes. 

© W. Elliott Barnes, New York; 1883:43, 
Jan. 2. 34782 

or. The jolly tramp, a farce comedy in 2 

scenes, by Bert C. Rawley. 

© Ames pub. co., Clvde. O. ; 1896 : 14858, 
Mar. 7 ; 2c. Mar. 18. 34783 

Our summer day; a melodrama, by H. C. Kirk. 
© Hyland C. Kirk, Phelps, N. Y. ; 1885: 
14704, July 8. 34784 

Our sunny southern home; 3 acts and prologue. 

© John S. Grieves, United States; 1888: 

25213, Sept. 5. 34785 

Our times; or, Step by step, a drama of real 
life in 2 pictures, by W. Soubron. 

© Wm. Soubron, Milwaukee ; 1873 : 11361, 
Oct. 4. 34786 

Our toys; or. Out doll's house, a fairy vision 
in 1 peep, libretto by W. Yardley, music by 
Cotsford Dick and others. London. J. Wil- 
liams, ltd. ; New York, E. Schuberth & co. 
[1906] 15 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© Joseph Williams, ltd.. London ; D : 8930, 
Aug. 8, 1906 ; 2c. Aug. 8, 1906. 34787 

Our treasure; musical comedy in 3 acts, by L. J. 
De Smidt. 

© Louis Jaques De Smidt, Chicago; 1886: 
18943, Aug. 21. 34788 



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34789 



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34811 



Our troubles. 

© Rosa Pfaff, Philadelphia; D:7S44, 
Jan. 13, 1906. 34789 

Our twins; drama in 3 acts, by C. H. Thomp- 
son. 

© Charle.s H. Thompson, Troy, N. Y. ; 18S7 : 
3977, Feb. 18. 34790 



Our v/edding tour; a dramatic composition. 
© Thomas A. Hall, New Orleans; 1880: 
13459, Sept. 3. 34800 

Our western cousin; in 4 acts, by .Joaquin Mil- 
ler Ipsoud. oi^ Cincinnatiis Heine MillerJ 

© Louis Aldrich, Bo^^ton ; 1883 : 12810. 
July 12. 34801 



Our two orphans; a po\verful and emotional 
drama in 1 act and 7 tableaux, from the 
French of M. M. D'Ennery and Cormon. by 
U. H. Cox. 

© Freeman sisters, United States ; 1870 : 
9062, Aug. 24. 34791 

Our typewriter; a comedy in 3 acts, by D. Sully. 

© Daniel Sully, United States ; 1895 : 1089;',, 

Ffb. 22. 34792 

Our uncle from Maine; an American comedy in 
4 acts, adapted by H. Wilson. 

© Harrv Wilson. Philadelphia ; 1882 : 10409. 
June 23. ' 34793 

Our uncle from the West; Christmas play in 1 
act, by M. Greenwald. New York, L. Feist, 
inc., 1912. cover-title, 6 p. 4°. 

© Oct. 26, 1912; 2c. Oct. 28, 1912; D: 
312.12; I>eo Feist, inc., Nev.' York. 34794 

Our Uncle Jonathan; by O. R. Crumhorn. 

© Orlando R. Crumhorn, Detroit; 1890: 
2924, .Tan. 21. 34795 

Our Utopia, its rise and fall; apsliictic 
comedietta in 2 acts, by Kate Hope. 

© Roorbach & co.. New York; 1882:4195, 
-Shu: 16. 34796 

Our village postmaster; [rural comedy drama] 
in 3 acts, by E. H. Perry. 21 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Julv 19, 1915; D : 41.342 ; Eugene H. 
Perry, Hudson, Wis. 34796a 

Our visit to the Centennial; a spectacular ex- 
travagiinza. by J. V. Prichard and T. ll. 
French. 

© Samuel French & son, New York ; 1876 : 
3874, Mar. 31. 34797 

Our visitors; an original comedy in 4 acts, by 
T. E. Murray. 

© Thomas E. Murray, Chicago; 1884: 
20581, Oct. 13. 34798 

Our war correspondent. See Captain Dick. 

Our wedding day; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
I>eonard (Jrover. 

© Kit Clarke, New York; 1886:20837, 

Sept. 15. 34799 

Our wedding night; play in 1 act, by T. O'lNIal- 
ley. [1], 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 7, 1914; D : 36637 ; Thomas 
O'Malley, Brooklyn. 34799a 

1740 



Our wife; fi'.rcical cftmedy in 3 acts, by H. A\ 
Fischer. [193] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1911; D : 2.3847 ; Henry W. 
Fischer, liiooklyn. 34802 

sketch in 1 sict, by F. Rutle(l.-(>. |'.)| p. 

4". Typewriiten. 

© Ic. Apr. 12. 1911: D: 23929; Frjiuk Kut- 
led.ue, Minneapolis. 34803 

>S'ce also Rose (The) shop. 

Our v.dves; comedy in 3 acts, by F. Mandel and 
Helen Krafft. [105] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Julv 10, 1912; D: 30221 ; Frank Man- 
del, Nev York. 34804 

Sanii'. 110 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. lU, 1912; D : 30504 ; :M. Wit- 
mark & .sons. New York. 34805 

farce comedy in 4 acts, by Ludwi.g von 

Fnldii. iv. fi'om the German by H. Krafl't. 
[5], 137 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 10, 1911; D: 24904; Helen 
KralTt, New Y'ork. 34808 

farce in 3 acts, by Anthony E. Wills. Bos- 
ton. A\'. 11. Baker & co., 1910. 49 p. 12°. 

© .Tuly 23, 1910; 2c. July 25. 1910; D: 
21627; Walter H. P.aker & co., Bo.ston. 

34807 

Our workingmen. S>'(' Poor and rich. 

Our world's champions; by F. Hassali. Type- 
written. 

© Frank Hassali, San Franci.sco ; 1900 A: 
.3251, Feb. 5; Ic. Feb, 5; Ic. Mar. 15. 34808 

Cur youthful patriots; by J. W. J. Maxdey. 
© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1899: 
57281, Sept. 7. 34809 

Ourselves as others see us. See American 
ideals. 

Out all night; comedietta, by A. E. Berg. 
© Albert Ellerv Berg. New York; 1898: 
19737, Mar. 26. 34810 

Out at sea; an entirely original drama, consist- 
ing of a prologue, 4 acts and 6 tableaux, by 
C. E. Newton. 

© Charles E. Newton, New York; 1872: 86, 
Jan. 5. 34811 



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COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34832 



Out-door (The) patient: drama in 4 acts, by 
H. M. Cahill. 43 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© le. Mar. 9, 1911; D : 2359S ; Helena M. 
Cnhill, New York. 34812 

Out for glory; comedy in 3 acts, by E. M. Pad- 
dock and Ormoiid H. Paddock. 77 p. 4°. 
Typewrit ten. 

© Ic. Jane 9, 1915; D: 40882; Eleanor 
IVIills Paddock, Toledo, O. 34812a 

Out in Idaho; a drama, by F. S. Neill. Burling- 
loii. VI-., The Lane press, 1908. 15 p. 8°. 

© Frederick Stron^hteubury; Neill, Bur- 
lington, Vt. ; D: 13729, Sept. S, 1908; 2c. Nov. 



10, 1908. 



34813 



Out in Iowa; a drama in 4 acts, by C. W. Doty. 
189] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles W. Doty, New York; D : 2935, 
.Tan. 31, 1903; 2c. Jan. 31, 1903. 34814 

Out in Ohio; a pastoral play in 4 acts, by J. C. 
Nugent. Typewritten. 

© J. G. Nugent, Canal Dover, O. ; 1899: 
76777, Nov. 24 ; 2c. Aug. 10, 1900. 34815 

Out in the Allegheuies; a drama in 4 acts, by 
the Vundeons [pseud, of I. M. and L. B. Ma- 
son] [77] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1912 ; D : 29193 ; Ida M. and 
Louis B. Mason, New York. 34816 

Out in the storm; play in 1 act, by W. E. Carl- 
ton. [3] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1913 ; D : 34269 ; Walter E. 
Carleton, Chicago. 34817 

Out in the streets; an original drama in 4 acts, 
by N. S. Wood. 

© N. S. Wood, United States; 1899 : 12147, 
Apr. 19. 34818 

■ Sec also Lost in a big city. 

Out in the woods; sketch in 1 act, by H. A. 
Clarke. 12 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 22, 1915; D : 39477 ; Harold A. 
Clarke, New York. 34818a 

Out of a job; sketch in 1 act, by Cyrus Brown- 
lee Nev>'ton. [2] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1915; D: 39537; Gay Reid 
and Lester Drummond, San Francisco. 

34819 

Out of bondage; a musical drama, by J. B. Wil- 
liams. 

© S. B. Hyers, United States; 1876:8490, 
July IS. 34820 

-a play in 4 acts, by J. Bradford. 

© Joseph Bradford, Boston; 1876:4173, 
Apr. 6. 34821 

See also Black (The) slave.— Millie, the 



Out of darkness; a comedy-drama, by E. M. 
Royle. 

© Edwin Milton Royle, Salt Lake City; 
1891 : 5007, Fob. 5. 34822 

Out of Egypt. 

© Clara Rogers Owens, Omaha, Neb. ; D : 
0518, Apr. 15, 1905. 34823 

Out of his sphere; a drama in 3 acts, by David 
Hill [pseud, of David W. Hildreth] Boston, 
W. H. Baker & co.. 1889. 35 p. 12°. ( [W. H. 
Baker & co.'s Boston list] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Bo.ston ; 1S89 : 
21S89, July 15; 2c. Oct. 5. 34824 

Out of sight; Ethiopian comedy in 1 act, 2 
.scenes, by F. ISI. Risdon. 

© Filla Maria Risdon, Gallup, N. M. ; 1897: 
.583.31, Oct. 14. 34825 

Ethiopian comedy in 2 acts, by Davis Ris- 



don [pseud, of Filla Maria Risdon] Boston, 
W. H. Baker & co., 1899. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1898: 
75913, Dec. 27 ; 2c. Apr. 14, 1899. 34826 

— a 3 act comedy, l)y Edward Poland. [39] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Clias. Katzenberg, Philadelphia; 1889: 
32419, Oct. 26 ; 2c. Mar. 20, 1891. 34827 

— See also Carl Doonder. 



quadroon. 



Out of sight, out of mind; comedy in 1 act. by 
L. V. Allen. 10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1911 ; D : 24765 ; L. Virginia 
Allen, Siin Francisco. 34828 

Out of step; or, False harmony, melodrama in 
3 acts, by AVillard Von Hagen. 57 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 25, 1915 ; D : 39785 ; Wlllard Ar- 
nold Von Hagen, Minneapolis. 34828a 

Out of the dark. See Lillian. 

Out of the da,rkness; an emotional drama in 
5 acts, l)y T. H. Arnold. [92] p. 4°. Ms. 

© Thomas H. Arnold, New Orleans ; 1886 : 
1520, Jan. 18 ; 2c. Jan. 18. 34829 

play in 1 act, by J. Crawford. 11 p. 4°. 

•Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1910 ; D : 20194 ; James Craw- 
foril, San Francisco. 34830 

Out of the deeT3 waters; a play in 4 acts, by 
J. H. Benner [110] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph Henry Benner, Fullerton, Pa.; 
D : 10868, June 27, 1907 ; 2c. June 27, 1907. 

34831 

Out of the depths; 1 act dramatic composition, 
by W. L. Kalet. 3 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1910 ; D : 20834 ; William L. 
Kalet, Columbia, S. C. 34832 



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34833 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



84853 



Out of the depths — Continued. 

1 act play, by Charles T. Dazey. [2], 24 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1913 ; D : 34622 ; Joseph Con- 

yers, New York. 34833 

See also Challenge (The). — Christie John- 
stone. — False. — Ishmael. 

Out of the desert. See Bob of the valley. 

Out of the fire; a sensation drama in 4 acts 
and a prologue, by S. W. Higgins. 

© S. W. Higgins, New York ; 1872 : 210."). 
Mar. 6. 34834 

Out of the fold; a rural emotional drama, by 
L. McCormick [i. e. A. L. McCoriiiickl [70 1 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© liangdon McCormick, New York ; D : 
1250, Jan. 7, 1902 ; 2c. Feb. 20, 1902. 34835 

Out of the frying-pan into the fire; sketch for 
2 characters, male and female, by Harry S. 
Miller. New York. H. J. Wehman. 1902. 7 P- 
16°. (Wehman's series of select vnndeville 
plays, sketches and farces, no. 3) 

© Henrv J. Wehman, New York ; D : 28.SO. 
Sept. 20, 1902 ; 2c. Oct. 4, 1902. 34836 

Out of the jaws of death; melodrama in 4 acts, 
by M. H. Thurston. 113 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Mav \Henderson Thurston, Mechanic 
Falls, Me. ; D : 14340, Nov. 21. 190S ; 2c. Nov. 
21, 190S. 34837 

Out of the mire; play in 3 acts, by C. A. do 
Lima. 67 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27. 1909 ; D : 17207 ; Charles A. 
de Lima, New York. 34838 

Out of the night; drama in 4 acts, by F. W. 
Harri.s. [105] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 12. 1914 ; D : 38097 ; Frank W. 
Harris. New York. 34838a 

a drama in 4 acts and an epilogue, by J. A. 

Chew. Typewritten. 

© James Alfred Chew. Chicago; 1897: 
30653, June 21; 2c. June 21. 348^9 

play in 3 acts, by C. A. Davy. [3]. 48 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1913 ; D : 31859 ; Catherine A. 
Davy, Chicago. 34840 

Out of the past; by A. M. Hemmings. 

© Adele M. Hemmings, Brooklyn ; D : 14804. 
Jan. 12, 1909. 34841 

a melodrama, by D. Davidson and Aimee 

Carey. 

© Dor6 Davidson, New York; 1890:24038, 
Aug. 7. a4842 

1 



Out of the past — Continued. 

play in 1 act. by B. H. Voigt. [2], 20 p. 

4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. .5, 1912: D : 29294 ; B. H. Voigt, 

New York. 34843 

— — or. The warning, original sketch, by W. I.,. 
Hall. [1], 17 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 1912; D: 30009; Willard Loo 
Hall, Altoona, Pa. 34844 

Out of the question; a comedy, by W. D. How- 
ells. Boston. James R. Osgood and company, 
1877. 1 p. 1., is:} p. 24°. 

© IL O. lluuiiliton & CO. and W. D. How- 
ells, Cambridge, Mass. ; 1877:4592, Apr. 10: 
2c. Apr. 25. 34845 

S;uno. Boston and New York, Houghton, 

Mifflin and company [1905] Ip. l.,183p. 24°. 

© W. D. Howells, New York, in renewal 
for 14 vears from Apr. 10, 1905; A: 10.5085. 
Dec. 28, 1904; 2c. Dec. 31, 1904. 34846 

Out of the rut with father. Sec Sacrifices 
(The) of conquering Collins. 

Out of the sea; original drama in 4 acts, by 
F. F. Wolgannith. ?,2 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Francis F. Wolgamuth, Southampton, 
Pa.; 1889:20063, July 3; 2c. Oct. 14. 34847 

a i)lay in 1 act, by N. Rose. 12 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Norman Rose, New York ; D : 15041. 

Ajir. 17. ]909; 2c. Apr. 17, 1909. 34848 

Out of the shadow; a drama in 3 acts, by 
August Vatter and John E. Spencer, some- 
wliat altered from the original version under 
fho title of A noble sacrifice. Boston, W. H. 
P.aker & co., 1890. 48 p. 12°. ( [Baker's ed. 
of plays]) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1889: 
30194, Dec. 21; 2c. Jan. 23, 1890. 34849 

Out of the South; a pantomime, by Kurt Ma- 
tull. 

© Charles Racine Tyler, New York ; D : 
4.S57. Dec. 8, 1903. 34850 

Out of the vast unknown depths; a phantom 
in 1 act. [bv] M. Delano. [New York, Clarence 
H. Eagle. 1908] 12 p. 8°. 

© Mortimer Delano, New York ; D : 12023, 
Mar. 26, 1908; 2c. Apr. 6, 1908. 34851 

Out of the "West; in 4 acts, by Martha L. Og- 
den. [152] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© M. L. Ogden. New York ; D : 5716. Nov. 
1, 1904; 2c. Nov. 1, 1904. 34852 

Out of the wilderness; a drama in 4 acts and 
4 scenes, by J. Slevin. [66] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© James Slevin, New York ; D : 7565, Nov. 
15, 1905- 2c. Nov. 15, 1905. 34853 

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34854 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



84874 



Out of the woods; a drama in 4 acts, by M. E, 
Roe. 

© Mary E. Roe, Milwaukee ; 1900 A : 2841, 
Jan. 31, 34854 

Out of town; a comedy in 3 acts, by Bell Elliott 

Palmer. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1907. 

34 p. 12°. (On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 9359, 

Oct. 31, 1906; 2c. Dec. 26, 1906. 34855 

Out on a lark; comedy, by Nelson Compston. 
58 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Oct. 10, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 1, 1909 ; D : 17246 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago, 34856 

Out on a strike; by W. P. Kimball, Proof. 
© Wilbur F. Kimball, Haverhill, Mass.; 
1885 : 23644, Nov. 11 ; 2c. Mar. 8. 1886. 34857 

or. Battle of the bull and the bear, 

© Wilbur Fisk Kimball, Haverhill, Mass.; 
1885:27189, Dec. 23. 34858 

Out on the plains. See Grit. 

Out on the world; a drama in 3 acts. Clyde, O., 
A. D. Ames, 1880. 23 p. 12°, ( [Ames' series 
of standard and minor drama, no. 83] ) 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1880 : 4039, Mar. 
13 ; 2c. Mar. 13. 34858a 

Out shopping; a local character comedy in 4 
acts, by F. G. Maeder. 

© Fred G. Maeder, United States; 1882: 
18790, Nov. 6. 34859 

Out there; original comedy in 3 acts, by George 
Cameron [pseud, of G. Drew] 106 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1910; D: 20546; Gladys 
Drew, New York. 34860 

Out there beyond; modern drama in prologue 
and 3 acts, by C. .Johnstone and V. Milliman. 
48 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1913 ; D : 35172 ; Calder John- 
stone and Virginia Milliman, New York. 

34861 

Out this evening — home tomorrow; a comedy 
in 1 scene, by F. F. Mackay. [1], 15 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© F. F. Mackay, New York; 1890:13266, 
Apr. 22 ; 2c. Apr, 22. 34862 

Out "West; an American sensational drama, by 
J. B. Matthews. 

© .T. Brander Matthews, New York ; 1871 : 
6120, June 27. 34863 

a coraedv drama in 4 acts, by Justin 

Adams. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1902. 42 
p. 12°. [Produced by The Maude Hillman 
CO. under the title, Miss Ray of Colorado] 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 2470, 
Oct. 20, 1902 ; 2c. Nov. 7, 1902. 34864 



Out West — Continued. 

play in 1 act, by F. A. Gambold. [12] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 6, 1911 ; D : 23564 ; Fred A. Gam- 
bold, Los Angeles. 34865 

'by H. M. Fechheimer, 



© Henry M. Fechheimer, Detroit ; D : 15803, 
May 8, 1909, 34866 

by Walter E, Grogan. 14 p. 4°, 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1912; D: 28280; C, Aubrey 
Smith, New York. 34867 

Out yonder; a drama of the Southwest in 4 acts, 
by A. R. Whytal. Typewritten. 

© A. Russ Whytal, New York ; 1892 : 26678, 
June 25 ; 2c. June 21, 1897. 34868 



play in 4 acts, by Isaac Henderson. 112 p. 

12°. Printed. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1909 ; D : 16991 ; Marion Hen- 
derson, Rome. 34869 

Outcast CThe); by H. Holmes. 74 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Harold Holmes, Philadelphia; 1894: 
17200, Mar, 28 ; 2c. June 13. 34870 

an original drama in a prologue and 4 acts, 

by F. Bassford. 

©Franklyn Bassford, Brooklyn; 1882:7404, 
May 6. 34871 

-Parisian police-court sketch, from the 

French of Lucien Mayrague, by Frederic F. 
Schrader. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1910 ; D : 22704 ; Hans Bartsch, 
New York. 34872 

a play in 1 act, by August Strindberg, freely 



adapted by Strindberg from the novel of Ola 
Hannson's, tr. from the German of Emil 
Schering by Mary Harned. (In Poet lore, v. 
17, no. 3, autumn 1906; periodical © June 
25, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 21, 1906 ; B : 121943 ; Poet 
lore CO., Boston) 

by U. Morelli. 10 p. 4°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1913; D: 34625; Ulysses Mo- 
relli, New York. 34873 

See also Walter Iredale. — Wandering 

(The) orphan, — Wilmot or Dunbar? 

Outcast (The) artist; by M. J, Fielding, 15 p, 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Maurice J. Fielding, Brooklyn ; D : 13428, 
July 28, 1908 ; 2c. July 28, 1908. 34874 



Outcast (The) fugitive, 
the rancher. 



See James Warner, 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



-6 



Outcast (The) of fate. See Medea. 

1743 



34875 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



34897 



Outcast (The) son; by C. D. Ettinger, S. Kurtz 
and B. Katz. 5 p. f. Typewritten. 

© le. Jan. 23, 1912; D : 28407 ; Chas. D. 
Ettinger, Samuel Kurtz and Bernard Katz, 
New Yorlc. 34875 

Outcasts (The); [by] J. A. Sutton. 

© John A. Sutton, Brooklyn; 1886:29002. 
Dee. 18. 34876 

Outcast's (The) daughter; by G. M. Anderson. 
42 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Geo. M. Anderson, Princeton, Ind. ; D : 
8793. July 7, 1906 ; 2c. July 7, 1906. 34877 

a drama, in 4 acts, by Marlon Eddy [pseud. 

of M. F. Delanoy] 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1899 : 68872, 
Oct. 23 ; 2c. Nov. 17. 34878 

Outcasts of a great city; a marvelous dramatic 
conception in 4 acts, by Chas. H. Flemming. 

© Daniel A. Kelly, United States; 1893: 
19564. Apr. 21. 34879 

Outcasts (The) of New York; a melodrama, by 
David Bela.sco. 

© Charles Frohman. New York ; 1883 : 
21368, Nov. 19. 34880 

Outcasts of Poker Flat; an original sensational 
■ drama in prologue and 3 acts, by J. J. Mo- 
Closkoy. 

© James J. McCloskey, Brooklyn; 1873: 
674, Jan. 25. 34881 

Outcasts of society; a drama in 4 acts, by J,. 
Adams. [74] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Justin Adams. Chelsea, Mass.; D : 3062. 
Fel). 27. 1903; 2c. Mar. 19, 1903. 34882 

Outcast's (An) revenge; a new and original 
drama, by A. S. Keller. 

© Augustine S. Keller, New Haven; 1886: 
547. Jan. 7. 34883 

Outclassed; comedy in 1 act. by G. Bloomquest. 
22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31. 1912; D: 30390; George 
Bloomquest, Minneapolis. 34884 

Outcome (The); drama in 3 acts, by R. A. Mar- 
chand. [80| p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1912; D : 29155 ; Ralph A. 
Marchand, Cambridge. Mass. 34885 

Outcry (The); play in 1 act, by H. K. Webster. 
1 21. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 15, 1914; D: 38494; Henry 
Kitchen Webster, Evanston, 111. 34885a 

Outlaw (The); by L. C. Fletcher. 

© L. Covne Fletcher, United States; 1882: 
20798, Dec. 9. 34886 

a comic opera in 3 acts, by R. Fax. 

© Reuben Fax, Toronto, Can;id:i : D: 15609. 



Outlaw (The) — Continued. 

1 act playlet, by W. L. Sweitzer. 25 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 
© Ic. Nov. S, 1911; D: 25706; Willard L. 

Sweitzer, AUentown, Pa. 34888 

play in 3 acts, by Nelson Compston. Chi- 



cago, Chicago manuscript co., 1914. [35] p. 
f°. Mimeographed. (Byer's library of tab- 
loid plays) 

© Nov. 2, 1914; 2c. Nov. 21. 1914; D: 
38879 ; Alex. Byers, Chicago. 34888a 

— playlet in 1 act, by J. P. Mo.ssmeier. 7 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 14, 1913; D: 32307; Joseph P. 
:Mossmeier, New Orleans. 34889 

— or, The maid and the outlaw, a romantic 
play in 3 acts and 5 scenes, by G. T. Smith and 
M. Doran. Typewritten. 

© George Totten Smith and Marie Doran, 
New York ; 1899 : 12740. Feb. 16 ; 2c. Mar. 2. 

34890 

See also Plays: August Strindberg. 



Outlaw (The) girl; in 4 acts, by S. A. Schafer. 
[34] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Samuel A. Schafer, Sterlinir. Kan. ; D : 
12125, Jan. 6, 1908; 2c. Jan. 6, 1908. 34891 

Outlaw (The) of Glenmalure; play in 4 acts, 
by C. Von der Vonde. [85] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Chester De Vonde, New York ; D : 13499, 
Aug. 4, 1908; 2c. Aug. 27, 1908. 34892 

Outlaw (The) reclaimed. See Adam Harney. 

Outlaw (An) submarine; 1 act sketch, by E. 
Osgood. 15 p. 4°. Typewxitten. 

© Ic. July 12, 1915; D: 41208; Erastus 
Osgoorl South P.raintree, Mass. 34892a 

Outlawed; by Ij. C. Fletcher. 

© Lydia Coyne Fletcher, Washington ; 
1882:20898, Dec. U. 34893 

original 1 act dramatic composition, by 



L. A. Beatty and F. E. .Tones. [8] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 12, 1910; D : 21785 ; Louis Arsell 
Beattv and Frank E. Jones. Wilmington, Del. 

34894 

Outlaws (The); by C. Fuller. 

© Caroline Fuller, New York; D : 12210. 
.Tan. 20, 1908. 34895 

comic opera, by B. N. Beal. 

© Bertram Noel Beal. Denver; 1898: 18228. 
Mar. 18; 2c. Mar. 21. 34896 

play in 1 act, by Gwen John [pseud, of G. 



Apr. 13, 1909. 



34887 



.Tones] [2], 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 25, 1913; D: 32448; Gladys 
Jones, Chelsea, London. 34897 



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34017 



Outlaws (The)— Continued. 

play in 1 act, by Henrietta Warren [pseud. 

of N. F. Krag] adapted from Gilbert Parker's 

Pierre and his people. 12 p. 4. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 19, 1910 ; D : 22852 ; Nora Foster 

Krag, St. Paul. 34898 

Outlaw's (The) Christmas; a comedy drama in 
4 acts, by Theodore Kremer. 128 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© P. H. Sullivan, New York; D:9388, 
Nov. 5, 1906; 2c. Apr. 11, 1907. 34899 

Outlaws (The) of Carolina; or, The swamp 
demons, a sensation drama, by C. Foster. 

© Charles Foster, New York ; 1872 : 3876, 
Apr. 12. 34900 

Outlaws (The) of Etiquetta; operetta in 2 acts, 
words by Helen Helmore, music by Harold 
Vincent Milligan. New York, G. Schirmer 
[1914] [46] p. 8°. (G. Schirmer's collec- 
tion of opera-librettos) 

© Sept. 8, 1914; 2c. Sept. 14, 1914; D: 
38114 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 34900a 

Outlaws of Montana; 4 act drama of the far 
West, by J. F. Maddox. 22 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1909 ; D : 1693.5 ; Jesse 
Franklin Maddox, Boise, Id. 34901 

Outlaws (The) of the Carolinas. See Swamp 
angels. 

Outlaw's (The) retreat. See Always on hand. 

Outlaw's (An) son; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by H. Simon. 

© Henrv Simon. United States; 1884: 
10619. INIay 26. 34902 

Outlook (The); a play of the moment, in 4 acts, 
by H. Connelly. 81 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8, 1913 ; D : 32240 ; Hubert Con- 
nelly, New York. 34903 

Outpost; a play, by J. F. J. Archibald. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© .Tas. F. J. Archibald, Washington ; D : 
12786, Apr. 20, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 20, 1908. 34904 

Out's inn; a black-face sketch in 1 scene, by 
Harry L. Newton. Chicago and New York, 
The Dramatic publishing company, 1902. 8 
p. 12°, 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 2546, 
Nov. 3, 1902 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1902. 34905 

Outside (The) inn; musical comedy in 2 acts, 
by F. A. Richardson. 65 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1911 ; D : 25336 ; Frankland 
A. Richardson, New York. 34906 



Outside the door; drama in 1 act, by H. Delf. 
[2], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 16, 1914 ; D : 37592 ; Harry Delf, 
New York. 34906a 

Outside the family; play in 3 acts, by M. B. 
Long, iii, 273 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1910; D: 21245; Maxwell 
Budd Long, Cincinnati. 34907 

Outside the gates of paradise; a romantic 
drama in 4 acts, by Adeline M. Leitzbach. 
[1], 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. M. Leitzbach, New York; D:9464, 
Nov. 19, 1906; Ic. Nov. 19, 1906; Ic. Dec. 3, 
1906. 34908 

Outside the law; by V. K. Dunn. 12 p. 4°. 
Typewritten, 

© Violette Kimball Dunn, New York; D: 
8719, June 19, 1906 ; 2c. June 19, 1906. 34909 

-sketch in 1 act, by H. M. Hicks. [2], 19 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1915; D: 42049; Henry M. 

Hicks, New York. 34909a 

Outsider (An); coltege play for girls in 1 act, 
In- Wilhemeu Wilkes. Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO., 1910. 20 p. 12°. ([Baker's ed. of 
plays] ) 

© Mar. 25, 1910; 2c. Mar. 26, 1910; D: 
20586 ; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 34910 

■ a drama in 4 acts, by F. Dawson and Sant- 

Matthews. 

© Forbes Dawson and Sant-Matthews, Eng- 
land ; 1892 : 45082, Nov. 5. 34911 

a play in 4 acts. 

© S. O. Dermot, Maiden, Mass.; D : 9465, 
Nov. 19, 1906. 34912 

^by H. M. Muse. [24] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1911 ; D : 23822 ; Hiram Marion 
Muse, Palestine, Tex. 34913 

Outward bound and homeward bound; or. Life 
in New York and Shyanne, an original 
drama in 5 acts, by P. Connolly and B. Barry. 

© P. Connolly and E. Barry, New York; 
1871 : 10,700, Nov. 10. 34914 

Outwitted; a comedy drama in 4 acts, arr. by 
W. T. Nelson. 

© William Tecumseh Nelson, Chicago; 
1897 : 10447, Feb. 10. 34915 

a drama in 5 acts, by E. M. Kirkland. 

© E. M. Kirkland, Chicago; 1877:6652, 
June 4. 34916 

a farce comedy in 4 acts, arr. by W. T. 



Nelson. 

© William Tecumseh Nelson, Chicago ; 
1S97 : 67685, Dec. 6 ; 2c. Dec. 6. 34917 



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34935 



Out-witted — Continued. 

a society sketch for girls in 1 Jict, adapted 

bv Bob O'Link [pseud.] New York, Dick & 

Fitzgerald, 1908. 8 p. 12^ 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York ; D : 12577. 

Mar. 18. 1908 ; 2c. June 10, 1908. 34918 

or, Eloped. 

© H. E. and A. A. De Baldovert, St. Louis : 
1888:23820, Aug. 20. 34919 

Outwitting- the colonel; a farce in 1 act, by 
Gordan V. May." Chicago, T. S. Denison 
[1901] 10 p. 12°. ([Amateur series]) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D:963, Oct. IG. 
1901 ; 2c. Nov. 15, 1901. 34920 

Oveja (La) perdida; zarzuela infantil en 1 acto 
y en verso, letra de .Tuan Redondo Menduiua. 
mllsica del maestro J. Taboada Steger. Ma- 
drid, Pociedad anonima Casa Dot^sio [1911] 
23 p. 8°. (Galeri<1 infantil) [Libretto only] 
© Feb. 10, 1911; 2c. Feb. 11, 1911; D: 
23321 ; Casa Dot^sio, Madrid. 34921 

Ovenbecks (Die); drama in 4 akten aus dem 
ofri;;iorsloben. von O. von Gontard und H. 
Losch. Miinchen, Rubinverlag [1903] 71 p. 
16°. ( [Rubin-bibliothek] ) 

© Rubinverlag, Munich; D : 3052, Feb. 26. 
1903 ; 2c. Mar. 19, 1903. 34922 

Over aevne. f?ee Beyond human power. — 
Plays; by Bj0rnstjerne Bj0rnson. 

Over long distance; drama in 1 act, by Mark 
Reardon. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 11. 1915; D: 41466; Mark S. Rear- 
don. 3d. New York. 34922a 

Over Niag-ara Falls; an American comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by Ed. W. Rowland and E. 
Clifford. 

© Edwin Clifford, Oshkosh, Wis. ; D : 1124, 
Nov. 26, 1901. 34923 

Over one sinner; in 4 acts, by E. Booth Tilton 
and Sutton Vane. [133] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Edwin B. Tilton, Gloucester City, N. J. ; 
D : 8353, Apr. 16. 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 1, 1906. 

34924 

Over-speeding; drama in 1 act, with prologue, 
by .T. S. Barcus. [33] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 18, 1914; D: 37352; James S. 
Barcus, New York. 34924a 

Over the border; by C. L. Nagely. 

© Carlton Lewis Nagely, New York; D: 
12479, Mar. 4, 1908. 34925 

j^ plfxy in 4 acts, by Constance Skinner and 

Herbert* Heron [pseud, of H. H. Peet] 

© Herbert Heron Peet, Los Angeles; D: 
12.^18. Mar. 10, 1908. 34926 

Over the cliff. See In the way. 



Over the falls; a sensational drama in 4 acts, 
by W. Vershay. 

© William Vershay, Albany ; 1871 : 5328, 
June 6. 34927 

Over the fence; farce in 3 acts, by N. Harper. 
[2], 80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 2. 1914 ; D : 36909 ; Neal Harper, 
Now York. 34927a 

nmsical comedietta in 1 act, by Louis Wes- 

lyn. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

' © Ic. Jan. 24, 1914 ; D : 35772 ; J. Louis 

Mintz, Philadelphia. 34927b 

Over the footlights; a tabloid comedy drama 
in 1 act and 3 scenes, by Miron Leffingwell. 
[21] p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© May 20, 1910; 2c. May 23, 1910; D: 
21119 ; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 34928 

Over the garden fence; a farce in 1 act, by 
W. F. Chapman. Chicago, The Dramatic pub- 
lishing company [1901] 16 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 1018, 
Oct. 28, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 28, 1901. 34929 

Over the garden wall; comedy in 3 acts, by 
.L P. Wilson. 

© J. Paul Wilson, Bronxville, N. Y. ; D: 
3950, Sept. 15, 1903. 34930 



— a comic opera in 2 acts, by G. C. Wester- 
velt. [3], 67 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Tech show and G. C. Westervelt, Boston ; 
D : 12560, Jlar. 17. 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 18, 1908. 

34931 

— a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by W. K. 



Bocock. 

© W. Kemper Bocock, Philadelphia ; 1882 : 
16835, Oct. 10. 34932 

a musical burlesque in 1 act, by Will D. 



Felter. New York, H. Roorbach, 1897. 21 p. 
16°. ([Roorbach's American ed. of acting 
plays]) [With music] 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1897: 
52644, Sept. 20; 2c. Oct. 7. 34933 

— musical dialogue, by Clifford Harris, 
music by Eddie Jewell. [6] p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Words only] 

© Ic. Nov. 28, 1911; D: 25898; Julie 
Cooper and Bonita Oliver. San Francisco. 

34934 

— an original farce comedy in 4 acts, by S. 
Marble. 

© Scott Marble, Chicago ; 1884 : 9202, May 3. 

34935 



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34956 



Over the garden wall — Oontiiuiod. 

serio-comic musical sketch, book and lyrics 

by Jesse G. M. Glick, music by Irving M. 

Wilson. 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 

only] 

© Ic. Jan. 4. 1912 ; D : 28373 ; Glick & Wil- 
son, San Francisco. 34936 
Over the hill from the poorhouse; a comedy 

drama in 4 acts, founded upon Will Carleton's 

poem of the same title, by J. B. Polk. 

© J. B. Polk, New York; 1889:8974. 

Mar. 21. 34937 

Over the hill to the poorhouse; a comedy drama 

in 4 acts, founded upon Will Carleton's poem 

of the same title, by J. B. Polk. 

© J. B. Polk, New York; 1889:8972. 

Mar. 21. 34938 

See also Mother's (A) love. 

Over the hills; comedy in 1 act, by Jolin 
Palmer. London, Sidgwick & Jackson, ltd., 
1914. 31 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 2, 1914; Ic. Apr. 10. 1914; D: 
36662; Sidgwick & Jackson, ltd., London. 

34938a 

Over the hills from the poorhouse; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts, founded upon Will Carle- 
ton's poem of the same title, by J. B. Polk. 

© J. B. Polk, New York; 1889:8973, 
Mar. 21. 34939 

Over the hills to the poorhouse; a comedy 
drama in 4 acts. 25 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Jay Smith, Chicago; D:5901, 
Dec. 12, 1904; 2c. Dec. 12, 1904. 34940 

■ by Herbert Hall AVinslow. 

© George Kenniugtou, New York ; D : 2945, 
Feb, 3, 1903. 34941 

— -founded upon Will Carleton's poem of 

the same title, by J. B. Polk. 

© J. B. Polk, New York; 1889:431. 
Jan. 3. 34942 

the new domestic drama in 4 acts [by A. O. 

Miller] 

© Amos O. Miller, United States; 1878: 
13580, Nov. 21. 34943 

-Same. [2], 70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. O. Miller, jr., Toledo, O., in renewal 
for 14 years from Nov. 21, 1906; D:9496, 
Nov. 22, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 4, 1906, 34944 

play in 5 acts, founded on poem of same 

name, by Annie Kernanan. 61 p. 4°. Mimeo- 
graphed. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16342 ; 
James Edwards, Chicago. 34945 

Over the ocean; an original, sensational drama 
in 3 acts, by H. Bud worth. 

© Harry Budworth, New York ; 1885 : 11930. 
May 28. 34046 



Over the ocean — Continued. 

or, Only an actor, a protean comedy in 4 

acts, by W. L. Visscher. 

© Will L. Visscher. San Francisco; 1878: 
4042, Apr. 5. 34947 

Over the palace wall; sketch, by G. Bloomquest. 
[23] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 29, 1914; D : 37969 ; George 
Bloomquest, Minneapolis. 34947a 

Over the palisades; a comedy -drama, by Olive 
Logan and W. Sikes. 

© Wirt Sikes, New York ; 1872 : 10107, 
Sept. 20. 34948 

Over the phone; play in 1 act, by J. P. Locke 
and IM. Arm.strong. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 11, 1913; D : 35313 ; James P. 
Locke. Toledo, O. 34949 

Over the plains; sensational and picturesque 
drama in 4 acts, by J. J. McCloskey. 

© James J. McCloskey. Brooklyn : 1873 : 
3342. Apr. 2. 34950 

Over the rapids; in 4 acts, L. Canziani. [132] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Louisa Starr Canziani, London ; D : 26. 

.Tan. 12, 1901; 2c. Jan. 24. 34951 

Over the transon; by W. Mountfortt and N. 
Grute. 

© Wade aiouiitfortt and Naiu Grute, New 
York ; D : 15354, Mar. 16, 1909. 34952 



comedy sketch, by D. Bruce and M. Duf- 

fet. 13 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 22, 1913 ; D : 33285 ; Dan Bruce 
and Margo Duffet, Chicago. 34953 

a play, by I. P. Caldwell. Typewritten. 

© Isaac Palmer Caldwell, Louisville ; 1900 
A: 25283, Oct. 11; 2c. Oct. 11. 34954 

Over the viaduct; drama in 3 acts, by L. W. 
Smith. [82] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1914 ; D : 37220 ; Lewis AVorth- 
ington Smith, Des Moines. 34954a 

Over the wall; a dramatic episode, by J. K. 
Pavilla. 8 p. t". Typewritten. 

© John R. Pavilla, New York ; D : 15431, 
Mar. 24, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 24, 1909. 34955 

Over the wire; comedy skit, by D. S. Kusell. 
[1], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Dec. 11, 1915; D : 42525 ; Dan S. 



Kusell, Chicago. 



34955a 



Over their heads; aviation farce iu 1 flight, by 
M. Ott. [2], 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 2, 1911 ; D : 25655 ; Matthew Ott, 
Wollaston, Mass. 34950 



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34977 



Over treacherous ground; by Cornelius Paul 
Jones [pseud, of Mrs. R. C. Jones] 8 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1909; D: 17030; Mrs. II. C. 
Jones, Washington. 34957 

Over yonder; a sketch, by Blanche Marsden 
fi. e. B. M. Dunlop] 

© Blanche Marsden Dunlap, New York ; 
1900 A: 30539. Dec. 18; Ic. Dec. 18, 1900; 
Ic. .Tan. 21, 1901. 34958 

Overheard at the academy. Src Eternal (The) 
feminine. 

Overland; an American play in 4 acts, by H. G. 
Donnelly. 

© H. Gratton Donnelly, Los Angeles : 1 Sn4 : 
24273, May 14. 34959 

a spectacular sensational drama in 6 acts. 



by O. C. Johnston. 

© Orson Clifford Johnston, New York : 
1897 : 4200, Jan. 11. 34960 

Overland (The) flyer; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by T. W. James. 

© T. W. James, United States ; 1891 : 44173, 
Dec. 7. 34961 

Overland (The) limited; 1 act play, by T. B. 
Grant. 9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1911; D: 25447; Thomas E. 
Grant, Denver. 34962 

1 act playlette, by Le Roy and Harvey. 

16 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1911 : D : 23248 ; Le Roy and 
Harvey, Camden, N. J. 34963 

Overland stage line; also the historical Gretna 
Green elopement and marriage scene, dramatic 
representation. 

© Fletcher G. Welch, Chicago ; 1873 : 1157S. 
Oct. 9 ; 2c. Dec. 4. 34964 

Overman (The); a play in 3 acts, by Paul 
Adam, authorized tr. from the French by Y. 
Asckonusy and S. E. Ellman. 

© Ysidor Asckenasy and Samuel E<hv;inl 
Ellman, St. Louis; D: 13364, July IS, 1908. 

34965 

Overmastering pride, ruler of the soul. See 
Bacio (II) 

Overruled; dramatic study, by B. Shaw. \\], 
33 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1913; D : 32129 ; Bernard 
Shaw, London. 34966 

Overshadow by Mt. Whitney, See Rochelle 
mine in reality. 

Overtime; a socialistic drama, by F. Randt. 
© Frances Randt, New York ; D : 1677. 
Apr. 2, 1902. 34967 



Overtones; sketch, by A. Gerstenberg. [1], 23 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6. 1914 ; D : 35.573 ; Alice Gersten- 
berg, Chicago. 34967a 

Owen O'Neil; or, Eileen's love, a drama in 3 
acts, by J. Bropson. 

© James Bropson, Cleveland ; 1880 : 16679, 

Nov. 4. 34968 

Owin' to Maggie; a comedy in 1 act, by John 
Jason Trent. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1904. 28 p. 12°. (On cover: Baker's ed. 
of plays) 

'(i) E. A. MoFadden, Cincinnati ; D : 5647. 
Oct. 15, 1904; 2c. Nov. 12, 1904. 34969 

Owl (The) and the pussy cat drill; a non- 
sense comedy-song and pantomime, by Ade- 
laide Westcott Hatch. New York, Hints pub- 
lishing company, 1902. cover-title, 3 p. 12°. 
© Hints pub. co.. New York ; D : 2743. Dec. 
2. 1902; 2c. Dec. 31, 1902. 34970 

Owl (The) club; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
satirizing secret societies, by C. H. Burggraf. 
[Albany, Smiley] 1900. 34 p. diagr. nar. 
12°. 

© Charles H. Burggraf, Albany, Or. ; 1900 
A : 18159, July 23 ; 2c, Sept. 17. 34971 

Owl Hollow; a southern comedy-drama in 4 acts, 

by W. G. Browne. 45 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© W. Gault Browne, Chicago; D : 54. Jan. 

21. 1901; 2c. Feb. 16. 34972 

Owl (The) wagon; play in 1 act. by C. Fuller. 
[12] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 12. 1913; D : 34115 ; Caroline 
Fuller, Lakewood. N. J. 34973 

by E. Eisner. 20 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. July 25, 1912 : D : 30350 ; Edward Eis- 
ner, New York. 34974 

Owls (The); or. Bumps and muscles, an origi- 
nal musical burlesque comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. W. Herbert and S. Felch. 

© Stanley Felch and J. W. Herbert, Chi- 
cago ; 1885 : 6062, Mar. 12. 34975 

Owls (The) of New York; or. The romance of 
a rich young woman, an original comedy- 
drama in a prologue and 3 acts, by A. W. 
Aiken. 

© Albert W. Aiken, Brooklyn; 1878:2184, 

Feb. 19. 34976 

[Own fault; drama in 4 acts, by J. Jacobson] 



174 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. May 19, 1913; D: 33254; Jacob .Jacob- 
son, Brooklyn. 34977 



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COPYEIGJEITED IN THE UNITED STATES 



34999 



Own your own home; a farce in 3 acts, by F. 
Lennox. 

© Fred Lennox, New York ; D : 14113, Oct. 
21, 190S. 34978 

Owner (The) of Ghost Mountain mine; in 4 
acts, by D. Busiiach. [47] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Dolores Busnach, New York; D : 9119, 
Sept. 20, 1906 ; 2c. Sept. 20, 1906. 34979 

Owner (The) of the Three Star; a 1 act play, 
by R. Lange. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Rosalie Lange, New York ; D : 13902. 
Sept. 22, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 22, 1908. 34980 

Oxford (The) afEair; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Josephine H. Cobb and Jennie E. Paine. Phil- 
adelphia, The Penn publishing company, 1896. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1896 : 
34058, June 8 ; 2c. June 8. 34981 

Oxford historical pageant; the book of the 
pageant, by E. T. Strang. [3], 23 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 5, 1913 ; D : 33173 ; Emily Tudor 
Strang, Philadelphia. 34982 

Oxfordshire (The) Saint George play. See Sec- 
ond (The) shepherds' play. 

Oyster (An) stew; a rapid-fire talking act, by 
Harry L. Newton and A. S. Hoffman. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison [1904] 6 p. 12°. ([Deni- 
son's vaudeville sketches]) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; D : 5155, June 
10, 1904; 2c. July 30, 1904. 34983 

Oysters; a farce in 1 act, by Alice C. Thomp- 
son. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1909. 12 p. 
12°. ([Baker's ed. of plays]) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 15325, 
IMar. 13, 1909; 2c. Apr. 29, 1909. 34984 

Ozone; by I. B. Oliver. 

© Israel B. Oliver, Lynn, Mass.; 1890: 
30705, Oct. 4 ; 2c. Nov. 6. 34985 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by N. C. Good- 
win, jr., and Geo. H. Jessop. 

© Goodwin and .Jessop, New York ; 1880 : 
7552, May 14. 34986 

— —an operetta in 2 acts, words and lyrics by 
G. P. Naylor, music by Carl Venth. 

© George Prentice Naylor, Brooklyn ; 1900 
A: 23488, Sept. 5. 34987 

Ozone inn; by F.E.Ijynch. lip. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Sept. 24. 1909 ; D : 16912 ; Frank E. 
Lynch, Hornell, N. Y. 34988 

Ozora; a society drama in 3 acts, by C. A. Has- 
win. 

© Charles A. Haswin, New York; 1885: 
24419, Nov. 21. 34989 



Ozymandias; a drama in a prologue and 3 acts, 
))y Hcrl)ei-i Heron [pseud, of H. H. Peet] 

© Herbert Heron Peet, Los Angeles ; D : 
12132, Jan. 6, 1908. 34990 

P. A. and P. I.; a drama, scenes drawn from 
the book Josiah Allen's wife as a P. A. and 
P. I. ; or, Samantha at the Centennial, by M. 
Holley. 

© Marietta Holley. Pierrepont Manor, 
N. Y. ; 1880:4141, Mar. lo. 34991 

P. (The) A. I. L. W. R. ,SVe Four acting- mon- 
ologues. 

F. A. T. ; a comedy-drama in 5 acts and 4 scenes, 
by Richard F. Carroll and F. Tannehill, jr. 

© Frank Tannehill, jr., and Annie B. Car- 
roll, Chicago ; 1887 : 13335, May 20. 34992 

P. D. Q. ; farce-comedy in 1 act and 2 scenes, by 
F. B. Elkins. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 20, 1914; D : 37627 ; Felton B. 
Elkins, Montecito, Cal. 34992a 

P. (The) G.'s. Sec Lumber room, and other 
plays. 

P. M. coat; comedy in 3 acts, by Leo Barthold 
[pseud.] 78 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1910; D : 20510 ; Jeanette 
( Jeschickter, Washington. 34993 

P. 0. Z. A. M.; by C. L. Piper. 

© C. L. Piper, Boston ; 1888 : 14208, May 15. 

34994 

P. P. C. ; or, Pullman palace car, a 2 act farci- 
cal nnisical composition, by W. A. Mestayer. 

© W. A. Mestayer, New York; 1879:8999, 
July 10. 34995 

P. P. P. Podge. See Stage (The) struck cou- 
ple. 

Pa; a farce-comedy in 4 acts, by C. W. Walters 
(Cal Wallace) 

© Charles Wallace .Walters, Philadelphia ; 
1886 : 3248, Feb. 6. 34996 

Pa in the car; sketch, by E. Goodman. [2], 15 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23, 1913; D : 33032 ; Edward 
Goodman, New York. 34997 

Pa is rich; introducing the new and original 

songs, Pa is rich and My pa is a bonanza king. 

(g),Teppe Delano, United States; 1880:19466, 

Dec. 18. 34998 

Paa Ekre'rnes gaard; drama i 4 akter, af Hans 
TO. Kinck. Kristiania, H. Aschehoug & co. 
1913. 3 p. 1., 242 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 27, 1913; 2c. Dec. 20, 1913; D: 
35491; H. Aschehoug & co., Christiania, Nor- 
way. 34999 



1749 



34999 



DR.\MATTC COMPOSITIONS 



35016 



Paa hybelen; studenterkomedie med viser i 2 
aktor, iif Afiain Hiortli. Kristiania, H. Asche- 
houg & CO., 1913. 2 p. 1., 87 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 16, 1913; 2c. Jan. 27, 1914; D: 
35801 ; H. Aschehoug & co., Christiania, Nor- 
way. 34999a 

Paar (Das) nach der mode; wiener lustspiel in 
3 akten, von Raoul Auerheimer. Berlin, S. 
Fischer verlag, 1913. 163 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 7, 1913; 2c. June 18, 1913; D: 
33536 ; S. Fischer verlag, Berlin. 35000 

Pablo; or, The Cuban's bride, a romantic play 
ip 5 acts, and an episode of the Cuban revo- 
lution, by J. B. Renauld. 

© John B. Renauld, New York ; 1873 : 9316, 
Aug. 19. 35001 

Pace (The) that kills; by J. IM. Clarke and A. R. 
Tafft. 

© Josephine M. Clarke and Adella Reng 
Tafft, West Orange, N. J. ; D : 6664, May 15, 
1905. 35002 



— a comedy drama, by J. Le Brandt. 

© Joseph Le Brandt, New York; 1898: 
60038, Oct. 12. 35003 



— a drama of New York life in 1 act, by J. G. 
Barnes. Typewritten, 

© John G. Barnes, New York ; 1898 : 42244. 
July 14 ; 2c. July 14. 35004 



a melodrama in 4 acts, by J. D. Flynn. 

© James D. Flynn, New York ; D : 441, 
May 8, 1901. 35005 

Pace (The), the cost; drama in 1 act, by T. P. 
Sigourney. [2], 23 p. 24°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 8, 1911 ; D : 23882 ; ; T. Proctor 
Sigourney, Chicago. 35006 



Pace (The) they go on the inner circle. 
Whirl (The) at Washington. 



See 



Pacific (The) mail; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by E. Wilson. 

© Ella Wilson, United States ; 1888 : 36164. 
Dec. 19. 35007 

Pacific Pete, the prince of the revolver; a ro- 
mantic sensational drama in 3 acts, by Harry 
Weaver. 

© Charles Wilkinson, United States ; 1876 : 
3338, Mar. 18. 35008 

Pacific (The) tramp. See Black (The) Hills. 

Pacifist (The); drama in 1 act, by M. Robertson 
and O. Amend. [1], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10, 1915; D: 422.33; Marguerite 
Robertson and Ottilie Amend, New York. 

35008a 



Pack (A) of cards; a musical absurdity in 1 
act. by R. Nash and J. E. Moody. 

© Robert Nash and John E. Moody, Jersey 
City; 1890:17142, May 26. 35009 

Pack (A) of lies; a farce comedy, by F. E. Al- 
lison. 

© Francos Ekin Allison, Nasliville; 1895: 
14791, Mar. 14. 35010 



Pack (A) of lunatics, 
bedlam. 



See Queen (The) of 



Package (A) for papa; a comedy skit, by C. T. 
Del Vecchio. [1], 14 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 15. 1914; D: 37575; Mrs. Chas. 
T. Del Vecchio, Chicago. 35010a 

Package (A) from Paris. See Stakes (The) 

Package (A) marked fragile; by Holman Day. 
[4], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 27, 1911; D: 25869; Lionel 
Adams, New York. 35011 

Package (A) of cigarettes; in 3 puffs, a musi- 
cal farce-comedy, by P. Gaunt. [58] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© John Robb, New York. Edraond Green- 
wood, Memphis. Tenn., and Percy Gaunt, New 
York ; 1890 : 989, Jan. 6 ; 2c. Jan. 17. 35012 

Packet (A) for popsy; a farce-comedy in 1 act. 
by Evelyn Simins. Philadelphia, Tlie Penn 
publishing company, 1905. 23 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; D : 6846, 
.Tune 21, 1905 ; 2c. June 21, 1905. 35013 

Packet (A) of wives; a historical comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by E. Fitch. Typewritten. 

© Eunice Fitch, Chicago ; 1896 : 28240, May 
8 ; 2c. May 9. 35014 

Packing (The) of the home missionary barrel; 
an entertainment in 1 scene, by Mrs. Henry A, 
Hallock, Boston, W, H. Baker & co., 1910. 
13 p. 12°. ( [Baker's ed. of plays] ) 

© July 23, 1910; 2c. .July 25, 1910; D: 
21626 : Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 35015 

Pacquerette; a drama, by M. Cooper. SFan] 
F[rancisco], Francis Valentine & co., 1888. 

© Mav Cooper, San Francisco ; 1888: 37751, 
Dec. 31 ; 2c. Feb. 28, 1889. 35016 

Paddle your own canoe; a farce, by G. M. 
Baker. Boston, G. M. Baker & company 
[1876] 2 p. 1., 189-215 p. 12°. ([Amateur 
drama, no. 13]) 

© George M. Baker, United States; 1876: 
13981, Dec. 15; 2c. Dec. 19. 35016a 

See also Handy dramas for amateur act- 



ors. 



1750 



35017 



copyeighteD in the united states 



35032 



Paddy Doyle; or, A mutual friend, an Irish 
farce in 1 act and 1 scene, by P. A. Waldron. 
New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1898. 16 p. 
12°. ([Dick's American ed.]) 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; 1898: 
35906, June 11 ; 2c. July 15. 35017 

Paddy McFling's experience. See Joining the 
tinpanites. 

Paddy Whiskey; a burlesque in 1 act, by W. H. 
Fox. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Will H. Fox, New York; 1892:24091, 
June 9; Ic. June 9. 35018 

Paddy's children; comedy in 1 act, by O. T. 
Fiske. [1], 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1913 ; D : 34268 ; O. T. Fiske, 
New York. 35019 

Paddy's market; an original Irish comedy, by 
Scott Marble. 

© William T. Keogh, New York; 1897: 
69542, Dec. 14. 35020 

Paddy's pension; vaudeville skit, by O. T. Fiske. 
12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1914; D : 38969 ; Oliver 
Thomas Fiske, Hingham, Mass. 35020a 

Padre (El) Augusto; comedia llrica en 1 acto, 
dividido en 2 cuadros, en verso y prosa, origi- 
nal de Emilio G. del Castillo y Ricardo Pla y 
Amor6s, miisica de los maestros Quislant y 
Badla. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espa- 
nolesl 1911. 44, [2] p. 12°. [Libretto only] 
© Dec. 30, 1911; 2c. Jan. 2, 1912; D: 28246; 
E. G. del Castillo y R. Pla y Amoros, Madrid. 

35021 

Padre (El) cura; zarzuela en 1 acto y en prosa, 
original de M. Mocayo, mtisica del maestro 
Manuel Panella. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1908. 39 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© Manuel Mocavo, Madrid ; D :13785, Sept. 
14, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1908. 35022 

Padre Pasquale; tabloid drama of the tene- 
ments, by Guthrie Forbes and Horace Dayne. 
[2], 28 p. 4°. Tj'pewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 31, 1915; D: 42619; Herbert 
Thomson co.. New York. 35022a 

Padrone (The); libretto of an opera in 2 acts, 
bv D. K. Stevens, music by George Whitefield 
Chadwick. [2], 33 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 20. 1912 ; D : 31017 ; David Kil- 
burn Stevens, Boston. 35023 

playlet in 1 act, by E. Eliscu. [3], 18 p. 

4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 29, 1913; D : 33930 ; Edward 
Eliscu, New York. 35024 

Paese (II) della Flemma. Sec In Flemmer- 
landa. 



Pagan (The); modern drama in 3 acts, by F. 
Rolt-Wheeler. [2], 65 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1913 ; D : 35462 ; Francis Rolt- 
Wheeler, New York. 35025 

Pagan (A) of the cloth; play in 3 acts, by A. 
Woodward. [4], 86 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 10, 1910 ; D : 21316 ; Alma Wood- 
ward, New York. 35026 

Pagan (A) wedding; an original American 
drama in 4 acts, by H. Bartlett and W. O. 
Bates. [78] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Helen Bartlett and WiHiam O. Bates, St. 
Paul ; 1885 : 21394, Oct. 12 ; 2c. Nov. 19. 

35027 

Paganini; play in 3 acts, by E. Knoblauch. 96 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1915; D: 42039; Edward 
Knoblauch, London. 35027a 

Same. [New York, Tower bros. stationery 

CO., 1915] 230 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 4, 1915 ; 2c. Nov. 4, 1915 ; D : 42172 ; 
Edward Knoblauch, London. 35027b 

Paganini redivivus; a pantomime and musical 
sketch, by T. Beresina. 

© Theodore Beresina, Chicago ; 1898 : 60965, 
Oct. 17. 35028 

Paganini's ghost. 

© Pasquali A. Breglio, Springfield, Mass. ; 
D : 10609. ]\Iay 20, 1907. 35029 

Pagans; drama in 3 acts, by Effie Adele Harris 
[pseud, of E. A. Reimers] 63 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1912; D : 28319 ; Effie A. 
Reimers, Los Angeles. 35030 

an epic drama, by C. Line. 

© Charles Line, Menominee, Mich. ; 1898 : 
23245, Apr. 12. 35031 

missionary play in 4 acts, by Jas. H. Van 

Buren. Milwaukee, Young churchman co., 
1915. iv, 23 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 11, 1915; 2c. Nov. 22, 1915; D: 
42320 ; Young churchman co., Milwaukee. 

35031a 

— — -play in 3 acts, by C. D. Willson. 110 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 13, 1915 ; D : 40341 ; Corwin Dale 
Willson, Cambridge, Mass. 35031b 

Page blanche; com^die en 4 actes, [de] G. De- 
vore. Paris, Librairie th^atrale, 1910. 184 
p. 12°. 

© Ic. Jan. 10, 1910 ; D : 17895 ; Gaston De- 
vore, Paris. 35032 

Page (A) from Balzac. See Night (A) off. 

Page (A) from Bohemia. See Preedom of the 
souL 



1751 



35033 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35042 



Pag-e (A) from colonial times. See School of 
sorrow. 

Page (A) from life; drama in a prologue and 3 
acts, by K. G. McLoughliu. 132 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 15, 1911 ; D : 25761 ; Katherine G. 
McLoughlin, New York. 35033 

Page (A) from the life of Nell Gwyn. See 
King's (The) player. 

Page (A) from the past; 1 act play for girls, by 
Marjorie Bent<>n Cooke. Chicago and New 
York, The Dramatic publishing company, 1906. 
9 p. 12°. (On cover: School plays, no. 7) 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 9536, 
Nov. 2S, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 15, 1906. 35034 

Page 97; by H. de Vries. 33 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Henri de Vries, London ; D : 13103. June 

2, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 24, 1908. 35035 

Page (A) of the West; play, by O. T. Johnsone. 
[9] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1911 ; D : 25490 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 35036 

Page (A) of unwritten history. See Colonia. 



Pageant (The) and masque of 
words of the pageant by T. 
words of the masque by Percy 
p. 8°. Printed. 

© May 15, 1914; 2c. May 
38277; Thomas Wood Stevens, 



Saint Louis; 

W. Stevens. 

Mackaye. 104 

23, 1914; D: 
Pittsburgh. 

35036a 

Pageant (A) for Independence day; play in 4 
scenes, by K. S. Goodman and T. W. Stevens. 
Chicago. Ihe Stage guild [1912] [39] p. 
illus. 12°. 

© June 1, 1913; 2c. Sept. 15, 1913; D: 
34592 ; Kenneth Sawyer Goodman and Thomas 
Wood Stevens, Chicago. 35037 

See also Masques of East and West. 

Pageant of American women; play in 1 act, by 
L. C. Ehrmann. 28 p. 4". Printed. 

© Ic, Aug. 5, 1912; D: 30459; Louise C. 
Ehrmann, Los Angeles. 35038 

Pageant of Athena; composed and presented by 
the students of Vassar college, under the di- 
rection of Hazel Mackaye. [77] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 26, 1915 ; D : 42352 ; Vassar col- 
lege, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 35038a 

Pageant (A) of Boston and the Old South 
church; phiy in 3 acts, by H. C. Greene and 
J. L. Smith. 29 p. 4", Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 29, 1913 ; D : 32780 ; Henry Cop- 
lev Greene and Joseph Lindon Smith, Boston. 

35039 



Pageant (The) of Brooklyn; by M. H. Wey- 
rauch. 4 j). f°. Printed. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; 2c. Apr. 20, 1915; D: 
40406; Martin H. Weyrauch, New York. 

35039a 

Pageant (The) of Cape Cod; play in 10 epi- 
sodes, by W. C. Langdon. 66 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Aug. 15, 1914; 2c. Aug. 25, 1914; D: 
38274; William Chauncy Langdon, New York. 

35039b 

Pageant (The) of Columbus within a masque 
of I. I. & C; book of words, written by 
F. O. J. Gaither, interpretive dances written 
by Emma Ody Pohl. 61 p. 8°. Printed. 

© May 26, 1915; 2c. May 28, 1915; D: 
40791 ; Frances O. Jones Gaither, Columbus, 
Miss. 35039c 

Pageant (The) of Darien; foreword by W. C. 
Langdon, music by Arthur Farwell. Book of 
words. 74 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Aug. 29, 1913 ; 2c. Sept. 2, 1913 ; D : 34387 ; 
William Chauncy Langdon, New York. 

35040 

Pageant (The) of darkness and light; words by 
John Oxenham, music by Hamlsh MacCunn. 
Book of words. New York, Young people's 
missionary movement of the United States 
and Canada [1911] 39 p. 8°. 

© Mar. 9, 1911 ; 2c. Mar. 9, 1911 ; A : 284216 ; 
Young people's missionary movement of the 
U. S. & Canada, New York. 35041 

Pageant (A) of education; book of words. 
[Madison, Wis.. Printed by F. C. Blied & co., 
1915] 18, [1] p. 8°. 

© July 26, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. July 29, 1915 ; 
A : 401922 ; Extension division. University <tf 
AVisconsin, Madison, Wis. 35041a 

Pageant (A) of great women; by C. Hamilton. 
[London] The Suffrage shop, 1910. 2 p. 1., 
[9]-69 p. front., ports. 12°. 

© April 19, 1910 ; Ic. Feb. 18, 1911 ; Ic. Mar. 
n, 1911; D: 23797; Cicely Hamilton, London. 

35042 

Pageant (A) of history; entertainment for 
either indoor or out-of-door performance, by 
W. B. Hare. Boston. Walter H. Baker & co., 
1914. 57 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 15, 1914; 2c. Aug. 17, 1914; D: 
37866; Walter Ben Hare, Springfield, Mo. 

35042a 

Pageant (A) of Hollis hall, 1763-1913, given 
June 14, 1913, in celebration of the 150th 
anniversary of the building of the hall; text 
written by G. P. Baker, with music specially 
arr. by A. T. Davison, a song written by C. T. 
Ryder, and an anthem composed by P. L. 
Atherton. [Cambridge, Mass., University 



1752 



35043 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35049 



Pageant (A) of Hollis hall — Continued. 

press, 1913] 4 p. 1., 48 p. front., plutes. 1G°. 
[Words only] 

© June 14, 1913; 2c. June 17, 1913; A: 
347729; George P. Baker, Cambridge, Mass. 

35043 

Pageant (A) of hours. Sec House of the heart. 

Pageant (The) of life; or. Shakespeare up-to- 
date, an entertainment illustrntinfr the seven 
ages of man, in modern guise, by L. F. Wait. 
New Yorli, H. Roorbach. 

© Harold Roorbach, New Torli : 1896: 
57598, Oct. 19; 2c. Oct. 30. 35044 

Pageant (The) of Lincoln; book by H. B. Alex- 
ander, music bv Howard I. Kirkpatrick. lAn- 
coln. Neb., 1915. 68 p. 8°. [Half-title : The 
founding of Lincoln] [Words only] 

© June 5, 1915; 2c. and aff. .Tune 9. 1915; 
A : 401313 ; Hartley B. Alexander, Lincoln. 
Neb. • 35044a 

Pageant (A) of May; by P. Garnett. Walla 
Walla. Wash., The Woman's pai-k club, 1914. 
xii, 13-32 p. 8°. 

Contents: I. The masque of Proserpine.^ 
II. The revels of May. 

© May 22, 1914; 2c. July 7, 1914; A: 
374723; Porter Garnett, San Francisco. 

35044b 

Pageant (The) of Meridan; by William Chaun- 

cv liangdon. Book of words. [Hanover. 

N. H., The Dartmouth press. 1913] 64 p. 8°. 

© June 20, 1913; 2c. .Tune 27. 1913; A: 

3503r)2 : W. C. T>angdou, New York. 35044c 

Pageant of Methodism; in 4 episodes and 18 
movements. Chicago, 111., Central office of the 
Epworth league, 1914. 39 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 28. 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 8, 1915 ; aff. Jan. 6. 
1915; A: 393373; Epworth league of the 
Methodist Episcopal church. Chicago. 35044d 

Pageant (The) of old Detroit; by J. S. Park. 
[Detroit, Speaker-Hines press, 1915] 3 p. 1., 
44 p. ports. 8". 

© Nov. 30. 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Dec. 2. 1915 ; 
A : 416703 ; James Stanton Park, Detroit. 

35044e 

Pageant (A) of peace; by Beulah Marie Dix 
[i. e. B. M. D. Flebbe] Boston. American 
school peace league, 1915. 20 p. 8°. 

© Mar. 29, 1915; 2c. Mar. 30, 1915; D: 
40248 ; Beulah Flebbe, Waban, Mass. 35044f 

Pageant (A) of protest; pictorial fantasy in 1 
act, by A. R. Kidder. [3], 15 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1911; D : 23633 ; Augusta 
Raymond Kidder, New York. 35045 



Pageant of Ridgewood, N. J. (Book of the); 
June 10. 1915. Mrs. Lansing P. Wood, 
pageant master. [Paterson, N. J., Paterson 
press print, 1915] 43 p. 4°. 

© June 18, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. July 19, 1915 ; 
A : 406774 ; Frances Gilchrist Wood, Ridge- 
wood, N. J. 35045a 

Pageant (The) of St. Johnsbury; in 12 epi- 
sodes, by W. C. Langdon. Book of words. 
[St. Johnsburv. Vt., The Caledonian press, 
1911] 86 p. 8°. 

© Aug. 10, 1912; 2c. Oct. 15, 1912; D: 
31125 ; William Chauncv Langdon, New York. 

35046 

Pageant (The) of Saint Louis; play, by T. W. 
Stevens. [1], 54 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 17. 1914; D : 36752 ; Thomas 
Wood Stevens, Pittsburgh. 35046a 

Pageant (The) of Schenectady; in celebration 
of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary 
of the founding of Schenectady, May 30th 
and' 31st and June 1st, 1912. Pageant di- 
rector, C. D'A. Mackav, director of dances, 
Gertrude K. Colby. 64 p. 8°. Printed. 

© May 28, 1912; 2c. May 31, 1912; D: 
29832; Constance D'Arcy Mackay, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 35047 

Pageant (A) of spring; 3 act play for children, 
by S. L. Hatch. 22 p. 8'. Ms. 

© Ic. May 15. 1915; D : 40668 ; Susan L. 
Hatch, Minneapolis, 35047a 

Pageant of the Charles River; September 19, 
1914, at 3.00 o'clock. Metropolitan park land. 
Quinobequin road. Newton Lower Falls. 
[Wellesley, Mass., Maugus printing co., 1914] 
cover-title, [8] p. 8°. 

© Sept. 16, 1914; 2c. Sept. 22, 1914; A: 
380655; Isabella Fiske Conant, Wellesley, 
Mass, 35047b 

Pageant (A) of the Italian renaissance; by 
Thomas Wood Stevens. Book of words. [Chi- 
cago, Alderbrink press, 1909] 85 p. illus. 8°. 

© Antiquarian soc. of the art institute, Chi- 
cago ; A: 229873, Jan. 2.5, 1909; 2c. Jan. 25. 
1909. 35047c 

Pageant (The) of the nation; play, by C. D'A. 

Mackay. [53] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 12. 1912; D : 28721 ; Constance 

D'Arcy Mackay, New York. 35048 

Pageant of the Northwest; in 8 episodes, by 

T. AY. Stevens. Book of words. [Milwaukee, 

•L S. Bletcher & co., 1911] 1 p. 1., 5-76 p., 

1 1. 8°. 

© June 1.5, 1911; 2c. June 26, 1911; D: 
24571 ; Thomas Wood Stevens, Chicago. 

35049 



1753 



35049 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35057 



Pageant of the Northwest — Continued. 

written in collaboration by eighteen under- 

jiradnato members of the Sock and buskin 
society, University of North Dakota, under 
the direct ion of Professor F. H. Koch. [Grand 
Forks, N. D., Times-Herald publishing com- 
pany, 1914] [84] p. 8 pi. 8°. 

© May 28, 1914; 2c. June 8, 1914; A: 
374472; Frederick H. Koch, Grand Forks. 
N. D. 35049a 

Pageant (A) of the thirteenth century for the 
seven hundredth anniversary of Roger Ba- 
con; friven by Columbia university, the plan 
and the notes by John J. Coss, the text by 
.Tohn Erskine, the illustrations by Claggett 
Wilson. New York, Columbia university 
press, 1914. 75 p. inch front., illus. 4°. 

© Oct. 15, 1914; 2c. Oct. 17, 1914; A: 
380916 ; Columbia university press, New York. 

35049b 

Pageant (A) of the university; written by the 

class in pageantry. Book of words. Madison, 

Wis., F. C. Blied & co. [1914] 19, [1] p. S". 

© .Tuly 29, 1914; 2c. Oct. 31, 1914; D: 

38987 ; Universitv of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

35049c 

Pageant of the Young men's Christian asso- 
ciation; play in 8 scenes, by G. F. Sturgis. 
[1], 53 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1914; D: 88069; Granville 
Forbes Sturgis. Denver. 35049d 

Pageant (The) of Thetford; by William 
Chauncy Langdon. Book of words. [White 
River junction, The Vermonter press, 1911] 
64 p. S\ 

© Aiig. 14, 1911; 2c. Aug. 21, 1911; A: 
295327 : W. C. Lanjrdon, New York. 35049e 

Pageant (A) of vocations; play for twenty girls, 
by Agnes Wallace. Franklin, O., Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, 1914. 15 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1.5, 1914; 2c. Dec. 19, 1914; D: 
.391.58; Eldridge entertainment house, Frank- 
lin, O. 35049f 

Pageant of William Woods college; book of 
words, by E. T. Rockwell. 52 p. S". Printed. 
© May 7, 1915 : 2c. .Tune 11, 1915 ; D :40917 ; 
Ethel Theodora Rockwell, Madison, Wis. 

35049g 

Pagliacci; guide to the opera, by Leoncavallo, 
including biography of the composer and his- 
tory of work by H. W. Hart. 9 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 24, 1909 ; D : 16834 ; Henry W. 
Hart, Brooklyn. 35050 

or. The strolling players, a play in 2 acts, 

with a prologue and an epilogue, by Charles H. 
E. Brookfleld. 

© Olga Nethersole, New York ; D : 11992, 
Dec. 19, 1907. 35051 



Pagliacci — Continued. 

(Clowns); drama in 2 acts, music and 

Italian words bv R. Leoncavallo, English ver- 
sion by W. G. Day. Baltimore, 1892. 31 p. 
8°. [Libretto, Italian and English, contains 
airs to 2 numbers] 

© Willard G. Dav, Baltimore ; 1892 : 48882, 
Dec. 1 ; 2c. July 10, 1893. 35052 

(Punchinello); drama in 2 acts, words and 



music by Ruggiero Leoncavallo, English ver- 
sion by Henry Grafton Chapman. New York, 
G. Schirmer [1907] 4 p. 1., [3]-67 p. 8°. 
(G. Schirmer's collection of opera-librettos) 

© G. Schirmer. New York ; D : 10100, Mar. 
G, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 6. 1907. 35053 

opera in 2 acts, [by] R. Leoncavallo, 



English adaptation by Frederic E. Weatherly. 
London, E. Ascherberg & co., 1893. 56 p. 8°. 
[Libretto only. Italian and English] 

© E. Ascherberg & co.. London ; 1893 : 24980. 
May 22 ; 2c. May 23. 35054 



opera in 2 acts, words and music by R. 

Leoncavallo. English adaptation by Frederic 
E. Weatherly. New York, F. Rullman, 1893 
33 p. 8°. [Libretto only. Italian and Eng 
lish] 

© F. Rullman, New York ; 1893 : .53990, Dec 
7 ; 2c. Dec. 8 ; Ic. Dec. 1 4. 35055 

Pago (El) de los lobes; drama lirico en 1 acto, 
dividido en 4 cuadros. en prosa original de 
Leopoldo Garcfa Cotta y Joaquin Garcia Le6n, 
mfisica de los maestros Salvador Marti y 
.Tos§ Arroyo. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
e.spanoles] 1915. 39 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41074 ; L. Garcia Cotta y J. Garcia Le6n, IVIa- 
drid. 35055a 

Paid; play in 1 act, by E. Worthington. 21 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 15, 1915; D: 39878; Edward 
Worthington, New York. 35055b 

Paid a debt; play, by M. J. Schutzman. 

93 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1915; D: 39594; Morris J. 
Schutzman, Newark. 35055c 

Paid in full; a drama in 3 acts, by N. Gray. 
© Niel Gray, New York; 1879:6944, May 
24. 34056 



— a play in 4 acts, by Eugene Walter. [108] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© E. Walter, New York; D: 11205, Aug. 
20, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 3, 1907. 35057 



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85079 



Paid on account; drama in 4 acts, by H. B. Os- 
borne. [76] p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. act 1, A\ig. 18, 1913; Ic. acts 2-4, Nov. 
1, 1913 ; D : 34920 ; Hubert Benjamin Osborne, 
New York. 35058 



■ play in 4 acts, by H. B. Osborne. Rev. ver- 
sion. [135] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Dec. 29. 1913 ; D : 35482 ; Herbert Benja- 
min Osborne, New York. 35059 

Paid the penalty; play in 4 acts, by N, H. Horn- 
stine. [2], 80 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1913 ; D : 32130 ; Nathan H. 
Hornstine, Philadelphia. 35060 

play in 3 acts, by N. H. Hornstine. [2], 

47 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1912; D: 31323; Nathan H. 
Hornstine, Philadelphia. ' 35061 

Paid (The) woman; life study in 1 act, by A. 
Klauber. [2], 34 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1913; D: 31980; Adolph 
Klauber,, New York. 35062 

Pain (The) killers; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by D. Sherman. 

© Daniel Sherman, New York ; 1895 : 22695, 
Apr. 24. 35063 

Painless dentistry. See Hunting the slipper. 

Painless dentists; a fifteen minute sketch, by 
J. J. Mudford. 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© J. Jackman Mudford, Brooklyn ; D : 2989, 
Jan. 30, 1903; Ic. Jan. 17, 1903; Ic. Feb. 4, 
1903. 35064 

Pains and penalties; historical tragedy in 4 acts, 
by Laurence Housman. London, Sidgwick & 
Jackson, ltd. [1911] 3 p. 1., [5]-89 p. 12°. 

© May 10, 1911; 2c. May 11, 1911; D: 
24187 ; Sidgw' ick & Jackson, ltd., London. 

35065 

Painted (The) face; a dramatic sketch, by H. G. 
Aoki. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Helen Gladys Aoki, Seattle ; D : 15930. 
May 24, 1909 ; 2c. May 24, 1909. 35066 

Painted (The) lady; farce in 3 acts, by A. W. 
Shaw. 108 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1913; D : 32915 ; Alexander 
Wilson Shaw, South Bethlehem, Pa. 35067 

Painted (The) woman; a drama in 4 acts, by 
Frank Adair. 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 3857, 
Aug. 17, 1903. 35068 



Painter and the millionaire; modern morality 
play in 2 acts, by H. M. Paull. 40 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1909 ; D : 17215 ; H. M. Paull, 
London. 35070 

Painters (The); comedy, by G. A. Sheller. 18 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 24, 1915; D : 40752 ; George A. 
Sheller, New York. 35070a 

Painter's (The) apprentice; an Ethiopian farce, 
by Frank Dumont. New York, R. M. De Witt, 
1876. 8 p. 12°. ( [De Witt's Ethiopian and 
comic drama, no. 91] ) 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1876: 
7987, July 3 ; 2c. July 26. 35071 

Paintin' 'er red; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by Stanley McKenna. 

© Mrs. Stanley McKenna, San Francisco; 
1885 : 6875, Mar. 23. 35072 

Painting the town; a farce comedy in 8 acts, 
by J. J. Jennings. 

© John J. Jennings, St. Louis ; 1885 : 2896, 
Feb. 2. 35073 

^a musical comedy in 3 acts, by W. F. Car- 
roll. 61 p. 8°. Printed. [Libretto only] 

© Charles H. Yale, Philadelphia ; D : 8718, 
June 19, 1906 ; 2c. July 23, 1906. 35074 

Pair o' dice lost; 1 act of color and laughter, by 
M. Terrell and H. O. Stechhan. 55 p. 16°. 
Mimeographed. 

© le. Feb. 9, 1912 ; D : 28630 ; Maverick Ter- 
rell and H. O. Stechhan, Seattle. 35075 

Pair (A) of Americans. See Santiago. 

Pair of antiques; by F. S. Holmes. 13 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1909 ; D : 17344 ; Florence S. 
Holmes, Trenton, N. J. 35076 

Pair (A) of bellows; a 2 act comedy, by M. I. 
Fisk. 

. © May Isabel Fisk, New York ; 1897 : 16041, 
Mar. 8. 35077 

Pair (A) of bluffs; by T. Whiff en. 23 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Thomas WhifCen, New York ; D : 14640, 
Dec. 26. 1908; 2c. Dec. 26. 1908. 35078 

— — See also Hall room boys. 



— a play in 4 acts, by F. A. Kummer. [129] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1912 ; D : 29586 ; Frederic Ar- 
nold Kummer, Catonsville, Md. 35069 



Pair (A) of boats; a farce in 1 act and 2 scenes, 
by J. Chambers. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Julius Chambers, New York ; D : 2065, 
.Tune 30, 1902 ; 2c. July 30, 1902. 35079 

Pair (A) of burglars; comedy in 1 act, by W. S. 
Franklin. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 8, 1915; D: 39345; William S. 
Franklin, San Francisco. 35079a 



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35099 



Pair (A) of burglars — Continued. 

a farcical sketch in 1 scene, by Byron P. 

Glenn. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1909. 13 p. 

12°. ( [Baker's ed. of plays] ) 
<c) Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 14440. 

Dec. 2, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 16, 1909. 35080 

Pair (A) of compasses; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by John Douglas. 

© George W. Parent, United States ; 1891 : 
25793, July 18. 35081 

Pair (A) of corsets; by L. Shaffner. 

© Lillvan Shaft'ner, Chicago; D: 14861, Jan. 
20, 1909.* 35082 

Pair (A) of country kids; by J. H. Bauman. 
© J. Howard Bauman, New Castle, Pa. ; D : 
6530, Apr. 17, 1905. 35083 

comedy-drama in 4 acts, by J. Howard 



Bauman. Clyde, O., Ames pub. co., 1914. 
38 p. 12°. ([Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 488] ) 

© Aug. 19, 1914; 2c. Aug. 21, 1914; D: 
37909 ; W. H. Ames, Clyde, O. 35083a 

Pair of cracker-jacks; farce comedy in 3 acts, 

by Scott Byrnes [pseud, of A. S. Burns] 

Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1910. 48 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 

17445; Alfred S. Burns, Plymouth, Mass. 

35084 

Pair (A) of crooks; play in 1 act, by D. H. 
Day. 22 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1914 ; D : 37241 ; David Henry 
Day, Duluth, Minn. 350848 

Pair (A) of cuffs; a sensational scenic produc 
tion, by H. H, Palmer. 

© Henry Harmon Palmer, Chicago ; D : 
4050, Sept. 28, 1903. 35085 

Pair (A) of daddies; comedy sketch, by J. W. 
Sayre. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 28, 1910 ; D : 22941 ; J. W. Sayre, 
Seattle. 35086 

Pair (A) of dummies; comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
Granville. 143 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1915; D: 41511; Homer 
Granville, New York. 35086a 

Pair (A) of emigrants; a 4 act musical, farce 
comedy, by E. B. Gulmyer. 

© Erven B. Gulmyer, Elkhart, Ind. ; D : 
39.52. Se[)t. 16, 1903. 35087 

Pair (A) of eyeglasses; a comedy in 3 acts, 
adapted from the r'rendi. 

© Ted D. Marks, United States; 1890: 
28485, Sept. 16. 35088 



Pair (A) of false teeth; farce in 1 act, by G. 
Mourey, tr. and adapted by D. Austrian. 31 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 24, 1911 ; D : 23727 ; Delia Aus- 
trian, Chicago. 35089 

Pair of frauds; comedy sketch in 1 act, by 
Margaret Holbrook Smith. New York, E. S. 
Werner & CO., 1905. 16 p. 12°. (On cover: 
Werner's plays) 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D:6835, 
June 17, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 4, 1905. 35090 

Pair (A) of goggles; a comedy in 3 acts, 
adapted from the French. 

© Ben Stern, United States; 1890:28486, 
Sept. 16. 35091 

Pair (A) of idiots; a comedy in 2 acts, by E. M. 
Crane. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1902. 
50 p. 12°. 

© Eleanor Maud Crane, New York; D: 
2330, Sept. 15, 1902 ; 2c. Oct. 1, 1902. 35092 

Pair (A) of jacks; a musical farce comedy in 3 
acts, by H. G. Donnelly. [93] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© H. Grattan Donnelly, Philadelphia ; 1890 : 
4523, Feb. 5 ; Ic. Feb. 5. 35093 

a 1 act comedy drama, by Harry S. Shel- 



don. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Haydon, New York; D : 12937, 
INIay 9, 1908 ; 2c. May 9, 1908. 35094 

Pair (A) of jacks and a queen; comedy in 1 act, 
by E. Miille. [2], 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1913 ; D : 33983 ; Emma Miille, 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 35095 

Pair (A) of kids; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. F. Kendall. 

© Ezra F. Kendall, New York; 1885:2553, 
Jan. 29. 35096 

a what you may call it, in 3 acts, by J. H. 

Farrell. 

© Jeremiah Hiram Farrell, Brooklyn ; 1885 : 
3446, Feb. 7. 35097 

Pair (A) of kings; a burlesque musical sketch, 
hv W. W. Prosser, music by Warren David. 
14 p. 12°. Printed. [Words only] 

© William Warren Prosser. Columbus, O. ; 
D : 1081, Apr. 2, 1902 ; 2c. Apr. 2, 1902. 35098 

Pair (A) of knickerbockers; by Eden Phillpotts. 
New York, S. French ; Uondon, S. French, ltd., 
1900. 19 p. 12°. (French's international 
copyrighted edition of the works of the best 
authors, no. 30) 

© T. H. French, New York; 1900 A: 16640, 
.inly 6 ; 2c. July 25. 35099 



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COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35110 



Pair (A) of liars; dramatic work in 1 act, by 
L. H. King. [2], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 26, 1913; D: 34242; Les. H. 
King. Detroit. 35100 

Pair of lunatics; a farce for 1 male and 1 fe- 
male, by W. R. Wallies, text and stage busi- 
ness ed. and rev. by Pauline Phelps and 
Marion Short. New Yorlj, E. S. Werner & co. 
[1906] 16 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D:9434, 
Nov. 15, 1906. [For copies reed, see D:9611] 

35101 

text and stage^business ed. and rev. 



by Stanley Schell. New York, E. S. Werner & 
company, 1906. 17 p. 12°. (On cover: Wer- 
ner ed.) 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; D : 9611, 
Dee. 10, 1906; 2c. Nov. 22, 1906. 35102 

Pair (A) of misfits; a farce in 1 act, by A. H. 
Laidlaw, jr. Typewritten. 

© Alexander H. Laidlaw, jr.. New York; 
1898 : 64872, Nov. 5 ; 2c. Dec. 16. 35103 

Pair (A) of Odd-fellows; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Fin Reynolds. 53 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Phineas Reynolds, Pittsburgh ; D : 10176, 
Mar. 20, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 11, 1907. 35104 

Pair (A) of owls; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by Fred J. Beaman. 76 p. obi. f°. Type- 
written. [Words only] 

© J. N. Rentfrow, Stillwater, Minn. ; 1888 : 
14051, May 14; 2c. June 13. 35105 

Pair (A) of pajamas; a comedy conceit in 1 act, 
by H. Lacy. 

© Harry Lacy, New Haven; 1898:22916. 
Apr. 11. 35106 

Pair of pants; by J. F. Rogers. 8 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1909 ; D : 17637 ; John F. Rog- 
ers, New York. 35107 

rapid-fire talking act. by Harry L. Newton. 

New York, Chicago [etc.] M. Witmark & sons, 
1913. 10 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 4, 1913 ; 2c. Aug. 5, 1913 ; D : 34013 ; 



M. Witmark & sons. New York. 



35108 



Pair (A) of papas; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. W. Kruschke. [90] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Emil William Kruschke, San Francisco ; 
D : 4452, Dec. 8, 1903 ; 2c. Dec. 10, 1903. 

35109 

Pair (A) of peaches; a heavy-weight farcical fra- 
cas in 2 rounds, by J. Grieves. [48] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© John Grieves, New York; D : 9500, Nov. 
22, 1906; 2c. Feb. 20, 1907. 35110 



Pair (A) of pearls; a play in 1 act, by W. A. 
Eraser. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© W. A. Eraser, Canada ; D : 11627, Ott. 30, 
1907; 2c. Oct. 30. 1907. 35111 

Pair (A) of pink slippers; children's play, by 
L. S. Hauck. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1915 ; D : 40661 ; Louise Storm 
Hauck, New York. 35111a 

Pair (A) of pinks; a comedy sketch, by Ed. 
Rose. [7] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Blanche Kenwood, Chicago ; D : 3806, 
Aug. 8. 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 8, 1903. 35112 

Pair (A) of queens; a comic opera in 2 acts, by 
C. S. Adelman, I. L. Blumenstock and B. M. 
Jerome. 55 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Chas. S. Adelman, I. L. Blumenstock and 
Ben M. Jerome, Chicago ; D : 7573, Nov. 17, 
1905 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1905. 35113 

Pair (A) of shears; a farcical comedy in 2 acts, 
by J. B. Hopkins. 

© James B. Hopkins, Syracuse N. Y. ; 1885 : 
3017, Feb. 3. 35114 

Pair (A) of shoes; a farce in 1 act, by Sydney 
Rosenfeld. New York, De Witt, 1882. 12 p. 
12°. ([Dp Witt's acting plays, no. 305]) 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York ; 1882 : 19924, 
Nov. 24 ; 2c. Jan. 22, 1883. 35115 

Pair of silk stockings; 1 act sketch, by W. A. 
Lawson. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William A. Lawson, Sacramento, Cal. ; 
D : 7793, Dec. 30, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1905. 

35116 

Pair (A) of sixes; farce in 3 acts, by E. H. 
Peple. [153] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 18, 1914 ; D : 36082 ; Edward H. 
Peple, Arrochar, Staten Island, N. Y. SSllOa 

Pair (A) of sox; a comedy in 3 acts, by A. C. 
Comstock. 

© Alexander C. Comstock, Texas ; 1885 : 
674, .Tan. 9. 35117 

Pair (A) of spectacles; a comedy in 3 acts, 
adapted from the French by Sidney Grundy. 
New York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1898. 66 p. 12°. 

© Samuel French. New York ; 1898 : 63012. 
Oct. 27 ; 2c. .Tan. 2, 1899. 35118 

Pair (A) of tramps; in 3 acts, by L. M. Boyer. 

© L. Milton Boyer, Washington; 1892: 

8585, Feb. 24. 35119 

Pair (A) of valets; comedy in 4 acts, by E. W. 

Gilliam. 84 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1915; D : 41764 ; Edward 



Winslow Gilliam, Baltimore. 



35119a 



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35131 



Pair (A) of white ducks; by C. Le Witt and 
H. Ashmore. 19 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. Le Witt and Hazel Ashmore, New 
York; D : 14266. Oct. 24, 1908; 2c. Oct. 14. 
1908. 35120 

Pals (El) de la Macliiclia; fantasia c6mico-lfr- 
ico-bailable eu 1 acto y 5 cuadros, original de 
E. Jackson y A. M. Vigrgol, mtisica del maes- 
tro Luis Foglietti. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1912. 37 p. 12°, [Libretto 
only] 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31581 ; 
E. Jackson y A. M. Vi6rgol, Madrid. 35121 

Pais (El) de las Hadas; revista de gran espec- 
tfi.culo en 1 acto, dividido eu 5 cuadros, en 
prosa y verso, original de Guillerrao Perrin y 
Miguel de Palacios, mlisica del maestro Cal- 
leja. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 
1910. 40, [3] p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 6, 1910 ; 2c. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 21996 ; 
G. Perrin y M. de Palacios, Madrid. 35122 

Pajama Perrys in chorus life; sketch, by Eve- 
lyn Perry, Edna Perry, Marguerite Perry. 
19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Perry sisters, New York ; D : 11210, Aug. 
8, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 8, 1907. 35123 

Pajara (La) pinta; opereta en 1 acto, dividido 
en 3 cuadros, libro de A. Soler y E. Mtigica, 
mtisica de maestro Ortells. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espafioles] 1914. 39 p. 12°. 
[Words only] 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40045; Antonio Soler y Emilio Mtigica, Ma- 
drid. 35123a 

Pajarera (La) del 12; sainete llrico en 1 acto, 
original de A. Martin Ruiz y Pedro Galdn, 
mtisica de Demetrio GalSn. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1915. 22 p. 12°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Aug. 30, 1915; Ic. Sept. 1, 1915; D: 
41639 ; A. Martin Ruiz y P. Galiin, Madrid. 

35123b 

Pajarera nacional; revista c6mico-lIrico-voldtil, 
eu 1 acto dividido en 3 cuadros, en prosa y 
verso, original de R. Asensio Mfis y J. Gon- 
zalez Pastor, mtisica de los maestros Foglietti 
v C6rdoba. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espa- 
fioles] 1909. 47 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17461 ; RamOn Asensio M&s y Joaquin Gon- 
zalez Pastor, Madrid. 35124 

Pajarita (El); coraedia on 2 actos. original de 
Muiioz Seca. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
espafioles] 1914. 43 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40099; Pedro Mufioz Seca, Madrid. 35124a 



Pajaritos y flores; boceto de sainete en 1 acto y 
en verso, en un solo cuadro, original de 
Miguel Mihura y Ricardo Gonzalez, mtisica 
de Jos6 Padilla. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
espanoles] 1911. 36 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25018; M. Mihura y R. Gonzalez, Madrid. 

35125 

Pajaro; comedia en 1 acto y en prosa, refundida 
por G. Perrin y M. de Palacios. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1909. 28 p. 
12°. 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16900; Criilllemio Perrin y Miguel de Pala- 
cios, Madrid. 35126 

Pal (A) from Mount Vernon; 1 act play in 2 
scenes, by F. Cromwell. 45 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11, 1915; D : 39949 ; Frederic 
Cromwell, Evanston, 111. 35126a 

Palace (The) of content; an allegorical play 
consisting of a prologue and 3 acts, by Ferris 
[pseud, of M. F. Bishop] dramatized from a 
story called The palace of content. 38 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Mary Ferris Bishop, Boston ; D : 3148. 
Mar. 16, 1903; 2c. July 15, 1903. 35127 

Palace of indolence. See Willie from Chili. 

Palace of ivory; play in 5 acts, by O. Wilson. 
170 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 8, 1915 ; D : 40603 ; Oliver Wil- 
son, Macedon, N. Y. 35127a 

Palace (The) of lies; a romantic fairy comedy 
in 3 acts, by H. H. Leech. 

© Harrv Harewood Leech, New York ; 1S72 : 
3631, Apr. 8. 35128 

Palace (The) of peace; American drama in 3 
acts, by F. Hendrick. [132] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 18, 1913; D: 34195; Frank Hen- 
drick, New York. 35129 

Palace of truth; a burlesque, by H. R. Travis. 

© Harry R. Travis, Summit, N. J.; 1897: 

17565, Mar. 16. 35130 

Palacio (El) de cristal; zarzucla en 1 acto. 
dividido en 4 cuadros, orlLcinal, de J. Jackson 
Veyiin y Jacinto Capella, mfisica del maestro 
TomAs L. Torrogrosa. Madrid [Sociedad de 
autores espanoles] 1907. 41 p. 12°. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Jackson Veyfin y Capella, Madrid ; D : 
10318, Apr. 10, 1907; 2c. Apr. 9, 1907. 35131 



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COPYKIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35150 



Palacio (El) triste; de G. Martinez Sierra. Ma- 
drid, Buenos Aires, Kenacimiento. 1914. 226 p. 
12°. 

Contents : Lirio entre espinas. — El ideal. — ■ 

I>a suerte de Isabel ita. — El pobrecito Juan. — ■ 
El enamorado. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; 2c. Nov. 13, 1914; D: 
38806; G. Martinez Sierra, IVIadrid. 35131a 

Paladin. See Kaiserliche hoheit. 

Palaverers (The); by N. L. Munro. 

© Norma Leslie Munro, New York ; D : 
890, Sept. 21, 1901. 35132 

Palco (Un) para el tenorio; juguete coniico en 1 
acto, escrito sobre un cuento popular por P. 
de Repide. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
pafioles] 1913. 23 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28. 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36526 ; Pedro de Rgpide, Madrid. 35132a 

Pale faces; frontier drama in 3 acts, by R. C. 
Barrie. [6] p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Sept. 1, 1910; D : 22017 ; Robert C. 
Barrie, Philadelphia. 35133 

Pale (The) tyranny; by J. L. Berry. 

© Julin Louis Berry, Denver ; D : 12908, 
May 5. 1908. 35134 

Pale (The) witch queen; dream play in 1 act, 
by I. Osgood. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1911; D : 25838 ; Irene (Xs- 
good, Northampton, England. 35135 

Palm Beach; book by Ballard MacDonald and 
Lon Hascall, lyrics by Ballard MacDonald. 
music by Leo Edwards. 94 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. July 15, 1909 ; D : 16272 ; Jack Singer, 
New York. 35136 

Palma; a play in 4 acts, by S. Fiske. 

© Stephen Fiske, New York; 1878:885. 
Jan. 21. 35137 



Palmer (The) will case, 
daughter. 



See Doctor's (The) 



Palmetto (The); a drama in 5 acts, by F. S. 
Heffernan. 

© Francis Stephen Heffernan, Springfield, 
Mo. ; 1896 : 33124, June 3 ; 2c. June 1. 35138 

an original romantic drama in 4 acts, by 

J. J. McCloskey. 

© James J. McCloskey, Brooklyn; 1886: 
17901, Aug. 5. 35139 

Palmetto (The) and the pine; a play in 4 acts, 
by Frank Dupree and L. Davidson. [17] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Louis Davidson, New York ; 1892 : 15275, 
Apr. 7; 2c. Apr. 7. 35140 



Palm.etto (The) minstrels and quartette; a gal- 
axy of merry jests and song, by Fred H. 
James. (In Stagelore, v. 1, Feb., 1912) 

© Feb. 10, 1912; 2c. Feb. 17, 1912; A: 
305907 ; Wetzel, Rosener & James, New York. 

35141 

Palmira (La); in 3 acts, by J. Carpani (De la 
I'resse) 

© Jessamine Carpani, Cleveland; 1889: 
30757, Oct. 10. 35142 

Palmist; original comedy-drama in 1 act, by 
C. B. Schuckle. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 8, 1910 ; D : 17891 ; Carlton B. 
ScluK-kle, New Y^)rk. 35143 

a playlet in 1 act, by W. W. Norton. [21] 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1913 ; D : 32198 ; William War- 
ren Norton, Detroit. 35144 

Palmist (A) in a palm garden; by F. T. Raileigh. 

© Francis T. Raileigh, New York; D : 65, 

Jan. 22, 1901. 35145 

Paloma; cuuiedy of Cape Cod in 4 acts, by P. B. 
Sipe. 101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D : 40032 ; Paul B. 
Sipe, Pittsburgh. 35145a 

Palomilla; ir.onologo, de Serafiu y Joaquin Al- 
varez Quintero. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
ospanoles] 1911. 14 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
2.5016 ; S. y J. Alvarez Quintero, Madrid. 

35146 

Palomita; romantic comic opera in 3 acts, by 
Benjamin Aymar, music by Leyton Potter, 
C. W. Best and B. Aymar. Redlands, Cal., 
Daily review press, 1910. 31 p. 8°. [Libretto 
only] 

© Apr. 11, 1910 ; 2c. June 9, 1910 ; D : 21306 ; 
C. W. Best, Paxton, 111., and Benj. Aymar, 
Redlands, Cal. 35147 

PalJ)itations in a pullman; a comedy in 1 act, 
by M. E. Coe. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Marie Evelvn Coe, San Francisco ; D : 
6737, May 26, 1905; 2c. May 26, 1905. 35148 

Pals; drama in 4 acts, by I. Zolatorevsky. 

145 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1910 ; D : 20921 ; David Kess- 



lor and IMax R. Wilner, New l''ork. 



35149 



— dramatic sketch in 1 act, by J. E. Hirscher. 
14 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1910; D : 21313 ; J. Eugene 
Hirscher, New Orleans. 35150 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



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35169 



Pals — ('ontiiiiK'd. 

an eiiisodo in 1 act, by Edmund Day. 24 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Hal Davis, Chesaning, Mich. ; D : 3554, 

June 8. 1908: 2c. June 8. 1903. 35151 



1 act playlet, by Sol. Neuwirth. 11 p. f °. 

Typewrit ten. 

© Ic. .July (5.1912; D: 30184; Sol. Neuwirth, 
Brooklyn. 35152 

or, The boy and the burg-lar; by C. Towne. 

11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charle.s Towne, San Francisco ; D : 11629, 
Oct. 30, 1907; 2c. Oct. 30, 1907. 35153 

F!rr nlsin Alaskan (The). — Chaverim. 

Pamela Pitkin, playwright; corned v in 1 act, 
by W. S. Cooper. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 22. 191.5 ; D : 39479 ; William Skin- 
n(M- Cooper. Palo Alto, Cal. 35153a 

Pan among' pans; farce in 1 act, by E. Riccarda. 
11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25. 1910 ; D : 22645 ; Eugenie Tlic- 
carda. New York. 35154 

Pan and the young- shepherd; a pastoral play, 
l)y M. Hewlett. London and New York, J. 
Lane, 1899. 5 p. 1.. 140 p. 12°. 

© .Tohn Lane. New York ; 1898 : 55989. Sept. 
24: 2c. Sept. 29. 35154a 

Pan (A) of fudge; a comedy in 1 act. bv Maude 
Burba nk. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1907. 
10 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 11364, 
Sept. 17, 1907: 2c. Oct. 24, 1907. 35155 

Panachot. gendarme; vaudevilla-militaire en 3 
actes, ](ar Paul (Tavault et Mouezv Eon. 
Paris. 1'. \'. Stock. 1908. 102 p. 12°. 

© P. V. Stock, Paris; D: 12146, Jan. 9, 
1908: 2c. Jan. 9, 1908. 35156 

Panama. 

© Elizabeth Altheimer, St. Louis; D: 1330.5, 
June 27, 1908. [For copies reed, see D : 13350] 

35157 



comedy in 2 acts, l)y U. H. Moulton and 

P. R. Kellar. Libretto. 120 p. 4°. Type- 
wi-itten. 

© P. R. Kellar and R. H. Moulton, Chicago; 
D: 6119, Jan. 2.8, 1905; 2c. .Tan. 23, 1905. 

35158 

a comedy with music, by P. F. Myers and E. 

Altheimer. [40] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© lOlizabeth Altheimer and P. F. Myers, St. 
Louis: D: 1.3.8,50, July 16. 1908; 2c. Aug. 6, 
1908. 35159 



Panama — Continued. 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by N. Richai'd- 

son and W. A. Johnson. 75, [3] p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Norval Richardson, Vicksburg, Miss. ; 
D : 8075, Feb. 28, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 28, 1906. 

35160 

original 4 act comedy drama, by Langdale 

Williams. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 
1911. [51] p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Sept. 12, 1911; 2c. Oct. 11, 1911; D: 
25457 ; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 35161 



■ story-play in 4 acts, by F. Bishop. 164 p. 

4°. Typewritten and Ms. 

© Ic. Aug 18, 1911; D: 24969, Farnham 
Bishop, New York. 35162 

a tale of the great canal, a melodrama in 4 

acts, by B. P. Joy. [97] p. f°. Tj-pewritten. 

© Boyd P. Joy, St. Paul ; D : 10884, June 29, 
1907: 2c. June 29, 1907. 35163 

Pandemonium; musical fantasy in 2 acts, by 
J. N. Edwards. 88 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1911 ; D : 25269 ; John N. Ed- 
wards, New York. 35164 

Pandora; a classical play for parlor and school, 
in 3 acts, for four males and three females, 
by M. Nataline Crumpton. New York, E. S. 
^\'erner, 1890. 11 p. 12°. [With music] 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York ; 1890 : 26353, 
Aug 26 ; 2c. Aug. 27. 35165 

or, The h eavenly spark of love, operatic 

drama in 5 acts, composed in Italian by Fer- 
naiid Arriiioni, tr. and adapted for the Ameri- 
can stage by Rosa Neuville. 

© F. Arrigoni, New York ; 1875 : 3618, Apr. 
12. 35166 



or. The priest of Nout, an entirely origi- 
nal satirical comedy in 3 acts, by F. H. Mead 
and T. D. Beasley. [62] p. f°. Typewritten. 
© F. H. Mead and T. D. Beasley, San Diego, 
Cal. ; 1895 : 41219, Aug. 12 ; 2c. Oct. 7. 35167 

See also King's (The) jester and other 

short plays. 

Pandora's bcx; fairy play for children, by S. S. 
Tibbals. Franklin, O.. Eldridse entertainment 
house, 1910. 12 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 10, 1910; 2c. Mar. 9, 1910; D: 
20394 ; Seymour S. Tibbals, Franklin, O. 

35168 



— a fantastic comedy in 1 act, bv R. de Cor- 
dova. [1], 34 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Rudolph de Cordova, New York; 1893: 
29978, June 24 ; 2c. June 24. 35169 



1760 



35169 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35183 



Pandora's box — Continued. 

masque from Hawthorne's Wonder book, 

by J. W. Hard. 10 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Mar. 3, 1915 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1915 ; D : 39972 ; 

Josephine Willielm Hard, Buffalo. 35169a 

pnntoniinie in 3 episodes, by M. G. Kellogg. 

[14] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 2S, 3911; D : 28305 ; Mary God- 
dard Kellogg, Wincliester, Mass. 35170 

Pandore; vaudeville en 1 acte, par A. R. Darval. 
Paris, C. Joubert, 1913. 47 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 22, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1913 ; D : 35197 ; 
Joubert, Paris. 35171 

Pandy post; Welsh comedy in 3 acts, by J. 

Marks. [105] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 5, 1914; D : 39010 ; Jeannette 

Marks, South Hadley, Mass.. 35171a 

Panel (The); comedy in 4 acts, by F. M. Hueffer 

and E. L. Swete. [120] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1914 ; D : 36185 ; Ford Madox 
Hueflfer and E. Lyall Swete. London. 35171b 

Pang's (The) of remorse. See Edward Stanley. 
Panhandle Pete. 

© Joseph L. Plunkett, New York ; D : 6166, 
Feb. 2, 1905. [For copies reed, see D : 8022] 

35172 
■ or. The mishaps and adventures of Pan- 
handle Pete, a musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
WUlard Holcomb. [125] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[IJbretto only] 

© Joseph L. Plunkett, New York ; D : 8022, 
Feb. 8, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 8, 1906. 35173 

Pani Motylek (Madame Butterfly); zapouska 
tragedie, die J. L. I^onga a D. Belasca, napsali 
L. Illica a G. Giacosa, pfelozil V. J. Novotny, 
luidbu slo/il G. Puccini. Praze. M. Urbanek. 
1908. 42 p. 12°, 

© G. Ricordi & co., Milan : D : 13357, July 
16, 1908; 2c. ,Tuly 16, 1908. 35174 

Panic (The); a drama in 4 acts, by F. Searight. 
74 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Franklvn Searight, New York ; D : 13419, 
July 27, 1908 ; 2c. July 27, 1908. 35175 

Pano (El) de lagrimas; .iuguete comico en 3 
actos y en prosa, original de Pedro INIuiloz 
Seca y Pedro Perez Fernandez. Madrid [So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles] 1914. 55 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15. 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40085; P. Munoz Seca y P. Perez Fernandez, 
Madrid. 35175a 

Panol6n( El) de Manila; sainete en 4 cuadros, 
de .1. Fernandez del Villar, con mtisica de los 
maestros Marquina y Vela. Madrid [Socie- 
(lad de autores espanoles] 1915. 40 p. 12°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Aug. 30, 1915; Ic. Sept. 1, 1915; D: 
41646 ; Jos6 FernSndez del Villar, Madrid. 

35175b 



Panorama of the assassination of Abraham 
Lincoln, President of the United States, and 
attempted assassination of Secretary William 
H. Seward; by E. P. Doherty. 

© Edward P. Doherty, Washington; 1885: 
23040, Nov. 4. 35176 

Pan's princess; a masque, freshman play, Wel- 
lesley college, by E. H. Hart. [Boston, Thomas 
Todd, printer] 1909. 42 p. 12°. 

© Elizabeth Harriet Hart, Wellesley, Mass. ; 
D: 16097, June 19, 1909; 2c. June 23, 1909. 

35177 

Pansies; a nnnuet, by Harriette Wilbur. Leb- 
anon, O., March brothers, 1908. cover-title, 3 
]). 12°. [Harriette Wilbur's series of flower 
plays) 

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 13894, Sept. 
21, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1908. 35178 

Panspiele; [von] Carl Hauptmann. Mtinchen, 
verlag von G. D. W. Callwey, 1909. 240 p. 8°. 

Contents : Im goldenen tempelbuche ver- 
zeichnet.^Der antiquar. — Fran Nail.la Bie- 
lew. — Fasching. 

© Jan. 1, 1910 ; 2c. Jan. 13, 1910 ; D : 17923 ; 
Georg D. W. Calhvey, Munich. 35170 

Pansy; a comedy -drama in 5 acts, by W. » 
Welch. 

© Will E. Welch, Adrian, Mo.; 1892:1899, 
.fan. 11. 35180 

Pansy and Convolvulus; a tragedy in 1 act, by 
J. W. Stockton. 

© John W. Stockton, Washington; 1886: 
1369S, June 14. 35181 

Pansy Blossom; 1 act comedy, by W. Carleton. 
115] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© AVill (Carleton, New York ; D : 9040, Sept. 
6. 1906: 2o. Sept. 6, 1906. 35182 

Pansy Living-ston; drama in 5 acts, by O. Mus- 
sle. [1], 49 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 14, 1914 ; D : 36771 ; Otto Mussle, 
Glendive, Mont. 35182a 

Pantalettes; sketch in 1 act, by E. L. Leeds. 
[11] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 21, 1914; D : 37640 ; Eleanor 
Langdon Leeds, Cincinnati. 35182b 



Pantalones 
dernas. 



(Los) See Tres comedias mo- 



Pantaloon. See Half hours. 

Pantata (The); farcical dramatic production, by 
F. C. Barber. 

© Frederick Courtenay Barber, New York ; 
1894:32735, June 21. 35183 



1761 



35184 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35199 



Panther (The); a drama in 4 acts, by C. K. 
Chaniplin. 99 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 15, 1909 ; D : 16274 ; Charles K. 
Champlin, Red Bank, N. .T. 35184 

Panthere (La) -sve Succes (Les) 

Panthers (The); play with a prologue and 3 acts, 
by \V. S. Isaacs. 27 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 4, 1915; D : 42413 ; Willard S. 
Lsaacs, Philadelphia. 35184a 

Pantins (Les); piece en 3 actes, [par] G. Gril- 
let. Paris, P.-V. Stock, 1909. 162 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 2, 1909 ; 2c. Sept. 22, 1909 ; D : 16829 ; 
Gustave Grillet, Paris. 35185 

Pantomime almanac; a thoroughly funny play- 
t'tte for plavetters, ... by L. D. Whiteley. 
fltacine, Wis., The Ligbt-Hatherell co.. 1904] 
32 p. illus. S\ 

Contents : 1. The raw recruit. — 2. The foun- 
tain of youth.— 3. The king of all cleansers. — 
4. The tale of truth. — 5. Cherry song. — 6. Puri- 
tan sweets.^ — 7. The queen of hearts. — 8. The 
whole year round. 

© W. W. Light, Racine. Wis. : D : 5927. Dec. 
19, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1904. 35186 

Pantomime Joe; or. An orphan boy's career, 
an English pantomime dramatized from the 
story of the same name, published in a T^ondon 
journal entitled The boys of England, by E. 
Mason, jr. 

© Mason and Davidge, Philadelphia ; 1874 : 
12177, Sept. 28. 35187 

Pantomime of the flowers and the sea; 5 scenes 
and an epilogue, by Charles Rann Kennedy. 
14] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1912; D : 30468 ; Mrs. John 
Hays Hammond, Gloucester, Mass. 35188 

Pantomime rehearsal; a musical farce, by Cecil 
Clay. 

© Wm. Clarke Stewart, New York; 1897: 
50178, Sept. 8. 35189 

Pantomimic spectacle of Cincinnati, Ohio, 
from 1788 to 1895; by E. T. Ziegler. 

© Edwin T. Ziegler, Cincinnati ; 1895 : 
14801, Mar. 14. 35190 

Pants; farce comedy in 1 act, by W. M. Adams. 
1 7] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 4, 1914; D : 36608 ; Wallace M. 
Adams. Alton. N. H. 35190a 

Pants (The) that John wore; comedy in 1 act, 
by S. H. Picchlanti. [1], 12 p. r. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 17. 1913; D: 34449; Silvio H. 
I'icchianti. New York. 35191 



Panurge; haulte farce musicale en 3 actes, 
d'apres Rabelais, par Georges SpitzmuUer et 
Maurice Boukay, musique de J. Massenet. 
Paris. Heugel et cie., 1913. [4], 86 p. 12°. 
[Words only] 

© Aug. 1, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 25, 1913 ; D : 34830 ; 



Heugel et cie., Paris. 



35192 



Panurg'e's sheep; comedy in 1 act, by Meilhac 
and Halevy, tr. by Barrett H. Clark. New 
York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd. 
[1915] 32 p. 12°. ( [The world's best plays, 
by celebrated European authors, B. H. Clark, 
general ed.]) 

© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 2c. Oct. 11, 1915 ; D : 419.50 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 35192a 

Paola; or, The first of the vendettas, operetta 
in 2 acts, by Harry Paultou and Mostyn Tedde, 
nmsic l)V Pjdward Jakobowski. New York. 
AV. A. Pond & CO., 1889. 19 p. 12°. [Libret- 
to only] 

© J. C. Duff. New York ; 1889 : 26120. Aug. 
27; 2c. Aug. 27. 35193 

Paoletta; romantic opera in 4 acts, libretto by 
Paul Jones, music by Pietro Floridia. 59 p. 
4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Aug. 30, 1910 ; D : 21906 ; Leo. Feist. 
New York. 35194 

Paolo and Francesca; lyric tragedy, by E. R. 
INIiller. 24 p. 4°. Tj'pewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1911 ; D : 23188 ; Elsie Rosa- 
lind Miller, Baltimore. 35195 

a tragedy in 4 acts, by Stephen Phillips. 

London, New York. J. Lane, 1900 [1899] 120 
p. 12°. 

© John Lane, New York ; 1899 : 75284, Nov. 
18; 2c. Nov. 20. 35196 

Paolo e Prancesca; dramma lirico in 1 atto, 
versi di Ai-luro Colautti, nuisica di Luigi Man- 
cinuelli. Milai , E. Sonzogno, 1907. [4], 10-37 
numb. 1. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan ; D : 11444. 
Sept. 30, 1907; 2c. Sept. 30, 1907. 35197 

Paon (Le); cojiiedie en 3 actes, en vers, [de] 
Francis de Croisset [pseud, de F. M. Wiener] 
Paris, E. Fasquelle, 1904. 3 p. 1., 205 p. 12°. 
© E. Fasquelle, Paris ; D : 5097, May 31, 
1904; 2r. May 31, 1904 (proof) ; 2c. Aug. 22. 
1904. 35198 

Papa; an araorality in 3 acts, by Zoe Akins. 
New York, M. Kennerley, 1913. ix, 95 p. 12°. 
(The modern drama series, ed. by Edwin 
Bjorkman) 

© Dec. 4, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 9, 1913 ; A : 361067 ; 
Mitchell Kennerley, New York. 35199 



]762 



35200 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35219 



Papa — Continued. 

coinedie en 3 actes, par R. de Flers et G. A. 

do Cail hi vet. 33 p. 4°. (L'lllustration theu- 
tr.ile. 7" annee.— 178. 29 avril 1911) 

© Apr. 29, 1911; 2c. May 12. 1911; D: 
24194 ; Robert de Flers et G. A. de Caillavet. 
Paris. 35200 

a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by H. G. Don- 



nelly. 

© H. Grattan Donnelly, Philadelphia ; 1888 : 
34178. Dec. 1. 35201 

lustspiel in 3 akten, von Robert de 

Flers xind G. A. de Caillavet. Berlin. Felix 
Bloch erben, 1911. 113 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1911 ; D : 25709 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 35202 

3 act comedy, by J. B. Booth. 

© Junius B. Booth. Boston; 1898:21489. 
Apr. 4. 35203 

Papa and mama; a nmsi(!al farce comedy in 3 
acts, by J. Arthur. 

© Joseph Arthur, New York; 1886:20464. 
Nov. 23. 35204 

Papa and mamma's anniversary; a musical 
sketch in 3 scenes, by F. S. Dare. 7 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Frank S. Dare, Lynn. Mass. ; D : 13717, 
Aug. 25, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 25, 1908. 35205 

Papa Burleigh; an original comedy in 4 acts, by 
L. Grover. 

© Leonard Grover, New York ; 1882 : 11893. 
July 19. 35206 

Papa (Le) de Francine; operette-vaudeville en 
4 actes et 7 tableaux, de [H. Chivot]. V. de 
Cottens t& P. Gavaidt, musique de Louis Var- 
ney. Paris, Heugel et cie. [1909] 2 p. L, 140 p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© Nov. 12, 1909 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1909 ; D : 17573 : 
Heugel «& cie., Paris. 35207 

Papa got his'n; a play in 4 acts, by Henry Ed- 
ward Lorenz. 53 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© H. E. Lorenz, Swissvale. Pa. ; D : 9623, 
Dec. 12. 1906; 2c. Dec. 12, 1906. 35208 

Papa Joe; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by M. Al- 
dridge Banks. 

© Mary Aldridge Banks, Los Angeles ; 1897 : 
33798, June 4. 35209 

Papa Levinsky; 1 act comedy sketch, by Charles 
Horwitz. 17 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Gus Wellington Brown, New York ; D : 
4231, Nov. 11, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 22, 1903. 35210 

Papa Mulct; piece en 3 actes, [par R. Charvay] 
Paris, P.-V. Stock, 1907. 118 p. 12". 

© Robert Charvay, Paris; D : 11069. Julv 
29. 1907; 2c. July 29. 1907. 35211 



Papa pays; comedy in 4 acts, by J. Michael. 
12.1 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 22, 1915; D: 39480; Joseph Mi- 
chael. New York. 35211a 

Papa Perrichon; comedy in 3 acts, adapted from 
the French of Labiche and Martin, bv T. 11. 

Sullivan. Boston, 1880. 

© T. R. Sullivan, United States; 1879: 
16280. Dec. 3. 35212 

Papa Pettingill; a comedy in 4 acts, adapted 
from the Fveucli of Tjabiche and Martin, by 
Granville F. Sturgis and Abel Seaman [pseud, 
of Frank Eugene Chase] Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1904. 45 p. 12°. (On cover: 
Baker's ed. of plays) 

© AV alter H. Baker & co.. Boston ; D : 4401, 
Dec. 17, 1903; 2c. Jan. 27, 1904. 35213 

Papa Schmitz; an original musical comedy, by 
Ned Parker | pseud, of N. B. Pardee] 

© Neely Eugene Pardee, Wausau. Wis. ; 
D: 6136. Jan. 14. 1905. 35214 

Papa's baby; farce comedy in 3 acts, by A. 
Hutchings [stage name of Alice Watson] 

© Alice Hutchings, Sea Cliff, N. Y. ; D : 
1613. I\rar. 3, 1902. 35215 

Papa's bride; a musical comedy in 3 acts, bv 
H. B. Smith. [144] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; D : 6616 
I\Iay 2, 1905; 2c. Aug. 4, 1905. 35216 

Papa's bulldog; [by] W. Coleman Parker. 

© Harold lioorbach. New York; 1899: 
63252, Sept. 29: 2c. Oct. 14. 35217 

Papa's darling; comedy in 3 acts, by H. B. 
Smith. [135] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 20, 1914; D : 38861 ; Harrv B. 
Smith, New York. 35217a 

nnisical comedy in 3 acts, founded on the 

French play, Le flls surnaturel, by Mauric* 
Yaucaire, book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith, 
nuisic by Ivan Caryll. London, Chappell & 
CO., ltd., 1914. 85 p. S°. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1914 ; D : 38678 ; Chappell & 
CO., ltd., Loudon. 35217b 

Papa's new wife; play, by Harry Matthews 
[psoud. of H. M. Hoefler] [42] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1911; D: 25508; Harry M. 
Hoefler, Cincinnati. 35218 

Papa's sweetheart; 1 act playlet, by F. A. Fer- 
guson. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank A. Ferguson, Chicago ; D : 2225. 
Aug, 11. 1902: 2c. July 28, 1902. 35219 



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35241 



Papa's tochter; franzosisclier scliwank in 4 
inifzii.^(>ii, vou Henry Maurice iind Robert 
Laiirency, deutsch von L6on Richard. JFiin- 
clien, Drei masken verlag. 94 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Dec-. 28. 1912 ; D : 31816 ; Drei masken 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 35220 

Papa's wife; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. B. Smith. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Harrv B. Smith. New York ; 1899 : 36825, 
June 3 : 2c. Mar. 28, 1904. 35221 

Paper (The) chase; play in 4 acts, by Louis N. 
Parker. |7],r27p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1912 ; D : 31373 ; Liebler co.. 
New York. 35222 

Paper (The) czar; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
T. B. Cliry.stal and H. I. Hancock. 

© Thomas B. Chrystal and Harrie I. Han- 
cock, United States ; 1894 : 37202, Aug. 9. 

35223 

Paper (A) doll; comedy in 4 acts, by H. Phil- 
lips. 

© Harrv Phillips, Chicago; 1888:4025, Feb. 
7. 35224 

-4 act drama, by J. Fax. 199 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Apr. 6. 1915 ; D : 40296 ; James Fax, 
Tm-onto, Canada. 35224a 

play in 1 act. by Alice Roseley [pseud, of 

A. T. V. Brennan] 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1913: D : 35263 ; Alice Tur- 
ner Yordley Brennan. Baltimore. 35225 

Paper (The) dollies' drill and dance; by Liv- 
ingston Russell. 

© Harold Roorbach. New York; 1900 A: 
23881 , Sept. 25 ; 2c. Oct, 5. 35226 

Paper (A) match; fax'ce in 1 act, by E. W. Burt. 
P.oston. W. H. Baker & co., 1910. 10 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 26, 1910; 2c. Sept. 28, 1910; D: 
22164 : Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 35227 

Paper of pins. 

© Kelly and Ryan, New York: 1884:20109, 
Oct. 6. 35228 

a comedy for the American stage. 

© Mrs. Fred Hallen, New York; 1884: 
21149, Oct. 21. 35229 

— —a musical comedv in3acts, bv F. Pallma and 
W. S. Moss. 

© Fnmk I'allnia. Albany, and Walter S. 
Moss, Portland, Or.; 1888:20614, July 18. 

35230 

Paper (The) table mat; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by S. P. Carr. 

© Sarah Pratt Carr, Lemoore, Cal. ; 1898 : 
53516, Sept. 13. 35231 



Papesse (La) Jeanne; melodrama in 4 acts and 
a prologue, by R. Wind. f°. Typewritten. 

© Regina Wind, New York ; 1898 : 26787, 
Apr. 29 ; 2c. Oct. 28, 1902. 35232 

Papeto, queen of the mountains; 4 act sensa- 
tional comedy drama, hy AV. Fletcher. 

© Walter Fletcher, United States; 1887: 
23361. Sept. 14. " 35233 

Papilio's wand; or. Electric affinities, a comic 
opera in 3 acts, by W. J. Berry. 

© William .1. Berry, United States; 1885: 
6480, IMar. 18. 35234 

Papillon, der gerechte; eine komoedie in 3 auf- 
ziigen. von L. Beniere. Paris, Societe des au- 
teurs et compositeurs dramatiques [1910] 2 
p. 1., 95 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 15, 1910; 2c. Mav 21, 1910: D: 
21109 ; Louis Beniere. Paris. 35235 

Papillon. dit Lyonnais le Juste; piece en 3 
actes, par L. Beniere. 26 p. illus. 4°. (L'll- 
lustration theatrale, no. 128. 6 novembre 
1909) 

© Nov. 6, 1909; 2c. Dec. 1. 1909; D: 17576; 
Louis Beniere, Paris. 35236 

Papillons (Les) de Fanchette. See Ombres 
chinoises. 

Par I'absence; comSdie en 1 acte. de [Charles! 
Legras. P;iris. Lilirairie theatrale, 1905. 35 
p. 12°. 

© L. Michaud. Paris: D:6114, Jan. 23. 
1905; 2c. Jan. 23. 1905. 35237 

Par value; a play of modern life in 4 acts, by A. 
Glassmire and M. II. Boehmer. 68 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. :Mar. 12, 1912 : D : 29026 ; Albert Glass- 
mire. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 35238 

Para ingleses, mi criado; guiiiolada de Los in- 
teres creados, en 1 acto. dividido en 3 cuadros 
y un pregon, sin originalidad y en ripios de 
J. Maria Dotres. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1908. 44 p. 12°. 

© Jose Maria Dotres, Madrid: D:13.'>90. 
Aug. 19. 1908: 2c. Aug. 19, 1908. 35239 

Para pescar un novio; paso de comedia. de P. 
Perez Fernandez. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanolesl 1910. 16 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 6, 1910: 2c. Sept. 7. 1910; D: 
21982; Pedro Perez Fernandez. Madrid. 

35240 

Parable of the rings; an excerjrt from Lessing's 
play of Nathan Die \\'iso, tr. from the Ger- 
man by A. C. Denniston. 12 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Arthur CMark Denniston, Philadelphia; 
^):8077. Feb. 27, 1906; 2c. Feb. 9, 1906. 

35241 



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S5261 



Parabole umaue; dramma in 3 atti, di P. Vis- 
conti. [2], 42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1911 ; D : 28040 ; Pietro Vis- 
conti, Brooklyn. 35242 

Paracelsus; or. The lost art, an original, novel, 
romantic play in 4 acts, and serie.s of tab- 
leaux ; an Austrian legend suggested by a 
story from the German, by A. G. W. Carter. 

© A. G. W. Carter, New York ; 1876 : 12733. 
Nov. 16. 35243 

Parada (La); 6. El relevo de palacio, sainete 
comico-IIrico en 1 acto y en verso, original de 
C. Lucio y L. Garcfa Oonde. musica de los 
maestros Cayo Vela y BvQ. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles] 1912. 38, [21 p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31584 ; 
Celso Lucio y Luis Garcia Conde, Madrid. 

35244 

Parade-sengen; koniodie i 3 akter, af Gunnar 
Heiberg. Kristin nia, H. Aschehoug & co.. 
1913. 124 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 13, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 9, 1913 ; D : 35288 ; 
H. AschehOTig «S: co., Christiania, Norwav. 

35245 

Paraders (The); a musical comedv in 2 acts. 
iMiok and lyrics by R. W. Peck. [841 P- '1°- 
Typewritten. [Libretto onlyl 

© Raymond W. Peck. Chicago ; D : 2764, 
Dec. 24. 1902; 2c, Dec. 24, 1902. 35246 

Paradiesvogel (Die); Wiener- vol ksoperette in 3 
akten. von A. M. Willner und Julius Wilhelm, 
musik von Philipp Silber. 116 p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzman- 
sky), Vienna; D : 12887. May 2. 1908; 2c. 
I\Iay 2, 1908. 35247 

Paradis (Le) See In Paradise. 

Paradis (Le) de Mahomet; op§rette en 3 actes, 
paroles de Henri Blondeau. nuisique de Robert 
Planquette, conipletee }>ar Louis Canne. 
Paris. Choudens, 1906. 151 p. 12°. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Choudens, Paris ; D : 8892, July 30. 1906 : 
2c. July 80. 1906. 35248 

Paradisacle (The) circle; in 3 acts and 4 scenes, 
an ideal drama on paradise, dramatized from 
Milton, Dante, and Shakespeare, bv J. Svkes. 
101 p. 4^ Ms. 

© John Sykes, Pacific Grove, Cal. ; 1890 : 
27082, Sept. 4; Ic. Sept. 4. 35249 

Paradise; comedy in 4 acts, by Charles M. Jel- 
leff. 113 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 5, 1913; D: 3371 6; William A. 
Tulley, New York. 35250 



Paradise — Continued. 

■ a drama, by L. S. Bryce. 

© Lloyd S. Bryce. New' York ; 1888:37161, 
Dec. 28. 35251 

a farce in 3 acts, by F. H. James. Type- 
written. 

© Frederick Henry James. Chattanooga ; 
1900 A : 1837, Jan. 20 ; 2c. Dec. 26. 1899. 

35252 



— play in 4 acts, by A. Brown and A. Eller- 
beck. [128] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4. 1913 ; D : 33999 ; Alice Brown, 
Boston, and Aurania Ellerbeck, New York. 

35253 

by J. Hickenlooper. [1], 99 p. 4°. 



Ms. 

© Ic. (X't. 7. 1913; D: 34647; Jean Hicken- 
looper, Albia, la. 35254 

See also In Paradise. 

Paradise alley; burlesque in 1 act and 3 scenes, 
by Cliarles Morton. Chicago, Chicago manu- 
script CO., 1914. 16 p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Dec. 23, 1914; 2c. Apr. 21, 1915; D: 
40424 ; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 35254a 

■ a comedy in 4 acts, by James A. Morris. 

© Edwin Elroy, Elizabeth, N. J.; 1897: 
8354. Jan. 30. 35255 

a farcical comedy of New York life, by 



R. J. Donnolly. 

© Robert J. Donnolly, Brooklvn ; 1894: 
41822. Sept. 12. 35256 

a serio comic production in 3 acts, rev. by B. 

Fagan. 88 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Barney Fagan and Sara J. Rvan. New 
York; 1895:65007. Dec. 23; 2c. Dec. 21. 

35257 

Paradise flats; a comedy in 3 acts, by H. Taylor 
Smith. Washington, B. S. Adams, 1889. 32 p. 
8°. 

© Hubbard Taylor Smith, AVashington ; 
1889 : 13236, May 1 ; 2c. May 1. 35258 

Paradise in hell; by R. W. Dickenson. 33 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Richardson William Dickenson. Sioux 
Falls, S. D. ; D : 2499, Oct. 27, 1902; 2c. Oct. 
27, 1902. 35259 

Paradise lost; a drama from Milton's great 
poem, by M. F. Taylor and John G. Taylor. 

© M. F. Taylor, St. Louis; 1878:2302. 
Feb. 23. 35260 

■ drama in 4 acts, adapted from John Mil- 
ton's epic poem, by Walter Stephens. Lon- 
don, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & CO., 
ltd. [1913] 48 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 3. 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 5, 1913 ; D : 35258 ; 
Francis GrifRth.s, London. 35261 



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35281 



Paradise lost— Coutiuiied. 

or. The fall of man, a scriptural drama in 

3 acts, by M. HaXigh. 

© Marv Ilaiigh. Philadelphia ; 1889 : 21083. 
July 8. 35262 

* See also Adam and Eve. — Deluge (The). 

Paradise (A) made a purgatory; a play of 21 
scenes, by I. N. Terrell. 

© I. N. Terrell. Lausing, Kau. ; 1897 : 61073, 
Oct. 28. 35263 

Paradise not lost but g'ained. See Old (The) 
and the new world. 

Paradise (A) of fools; a mniedy in 3 acts, by 
Itohort Saw in |i. e. J. W. U. Sawin] Type- 
written. 

© .Tolin W. Iv. Sawin, Dorchester, Mass. ; 
1897 : (50083, Nov. 27; 2c. Nov. 27. 35264 

Paradise of lies; a I'omantic drama, by Matthew 
IJarry. 89 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© INIildred Holland White, New York; D: 
9141, Sept. 2.-1, 1906 ; 2c. Sept. 25, 1906. 35265 

Paradise (The) of Mahomet; a comic opera 
liliretto in 3 acts, by li. B. Smith. 159 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Harrv B. Smith. New York ; D : 13836, 
Sept. 19, 1908 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1909. 35266 

Paradise regained. 

© Frank J. Gudai-ian, Hennessey, Okl. ; 
1898:41438, -Tuly 11. 35267 

drama in 5 acts, by H. F. Allen. 

© H. Francis Allen. St. Louis ; 1899 : 75378. 
Nov. 18. 35268 

drama in 4 acts, by H. L. Ghapin. 16 p. 

12°. Printed. 

© .Tan. G. 1912 ; 2c. .Tan. IS, 1912 ; D : 2S355 : 
H. L. Chapin, Hunm, ( ). 

See «?so Uncle Si. 



35269 



Paradise Valley; a sensational melodrama in 4 
acts, by W. (i. Browne. 40 p. 4°. Ty])ewrit- 
ton. 

© W. (4ault lirowne, Chicago; D: 2711, Dec. 
13, 1902; 2<-. Dec. 24, 1902. 35270 

Paradox (The); drama in 4 acts, by 11. 11. Ger.s. 
[63] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1.1, 1911; D: 24942; H:irrv K. 
Gers, Louisville. 35271 

musical farce, inusie ])v .7. E. Henning, 
book l)y E. T. Wood. 

© .1. K. Henning, Chicago; 1892:22726. 
May 3L 35272 

Paradox of Edgar Poe; a drama, by O. Leigh. 
© Oliver Leigh, Chicjigo; D : 8763, .T\nie 20, 
1906. 35273 



Paragon (The); a dreiim in 1 act, by .T. H. 
Patrican. 

© J. H. Patrican, Philadelphia; 1899:28910. 
Apr. 27. 35274 

^ pantomime divertisement ballet, by E. Sa- 



racco. 

© Elisa Saracco, New York; 1898:4227, 
Jan. 10. 35275 

Paragraph 11; oder. Im regiment Gambrinus, 
von O. KudrolT. ,19 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. 0<-t. 17, 1910: D: 22308; George Rud- 
roff, Brooklyn, 35276 

Paritre; jnect' en 4 actes. 5 t;il)leaux. [par 
Maurice Donnay | |l*;iris, Imju'. de I'lllustra- 
tion] 1906. 2').. 1- 121 p. 8°. 

© M. Donnay, Paris; D : 8744, June 28, 
1900 : 2c. June 28, 1906. 35277 

Paranoiac (The); I act drama of hospital life, 
by C. E. Reynolds. [21, 11 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 23, 191,1: D: 42097; Cecil E. Rey- 
nolds, Los Angeles. 35277a 

Same. t1 I, 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 



© Ic. Nov. 26. 1915; D : 42.351 ; Cecil Ed- 
ward Reynolds, I,os Angeles. 35277b 

or. The sin of the father, modern drama 

in 3 acts, by J. A. Loining. 85 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 27. 1915; D : 42094 ; John Arthur 
Ivoining, Nev.- York. 35277c 

Parasite (The); by A. (Jlassmire. 126 p. 4°. 
Type\\ritten. 

© Albert (Jliissmirc, Philadelphia; D : 1497. 
Feb. 27, 19((2: LN-. Feb. 27. 1902. 35278 

drama in 3 acts, by E. M. (JrilUth. 34, 

[31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aitr. 10, 1911: D : 24004 ; Eleanor M. 
(h-iflitli, Frcei)(ii-t, II!. 35279 

-l.lay in 1 act, by S. Cowan. |1], 17 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13.1914: I):.37S33; Siidn (^)w:in. 
Casco Bay. Me. 35279a 

play in 3 acts, by Fnlsmii Brock. |91| i>. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Fob. 2. 1911; D : 23251 ; H. F. Brock. 
.I;im:iica Plnin, ^lasv. 35280 

or. How to make one's fortune, a '-omeily 

in 5 acts, after tlie French of Picanl. Phila- 
delphia, J. B. Liiipincott iV: co.. 1872. 78 p. 
12°. 

© J. P. Lippincott vV: co.. Philadelphia; 
1872:3.577, Aiir. 6; 2c. A]u-. 6. 35281 



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35301 



Parasites (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by G. P. 
Nayloi*. 

© George Prentice Naylor, Nortli Hatley, 
Quebec, Canada ; D : 601, June 21, 1901. 

35382 

modern play in 3 acts, by J. Noel. 117 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tune 20. 1913: D : 33560 ; Josepb 
Noel, Bedford Park, N. Y. 35283 



a play iu 4 acts, by .1. P. Ritter. 92 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© .Tobn P. Hitter. Newark, N. J.; D: 
15323, Mar. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 13, 1909. 35284 

Parcel (The) postmen; sketch, by T. .T. Conroy 
and .T. O'Donnell. 3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1.5. 1915; D : 39774 ; Thos. J. 
Convoy and ,Tobn O'Donnell, New York. 

35284a 

Pardners (The); a 4 act western comedy drama, 
by A. E. Wbitman. [25] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. :\Iar. 6. 1013 : D : 32533 ; Arthur Ed- 
ward Wbitnian. Whitman, Ma.ss. 35285 



play in 1 act, by D. L. Clarke. [1], 12 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 30, 1912; D : 30998 ; D. L. 
Cbirke. Berkeley. Cal. 35286 

Pardon (The) -S'ee Three modern plays from 
the French. 

Pardoner's tale. .S'rc Death and the dicers. 

Pards: a comedy (b-ama, by Edward H. Cahill. 
© Lillian Cahill, Florida, N. Y. ; D : 6S01, 
.Tune 2, 1905. 35287 

in T a.-t. by W. H. Nichols. 26 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© AValter H. Nichols. Monrovia. Cal.; D: 
1.5816. May 10, 1909; 2c. May 10, 1909. 35288 

16 p. 



-a sketch in 1 act, by P. V. Mighels. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Philip Verrill Miuhols, New York; D: 
9349. Get. 30, 1906; 2c. Oct. 30, 1906. 35289 

Parece cuento; comedia en 3 actos, por .T. de 
Macias V del Ileal. ::\Iadrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espaholesl 1911. 53 p. 12°. 

© May 26. 1911; 2c. May 27, 1911; D : 
24321: .Tiian de Macias y del Real, Madrid. 

35290 

Paredes (Las) oyen; por .Tuan Ruiz de Alarcon 
y Mendoza, ed. with introduction and notes 
by Caroline B. Bonrland. New York, H. Holt 
and company [1914] xxx, 189 p. front. 16°. 

© .Tulv 23. 1914: 2c. Sept. 2, 1914: A: 
37933S ; Henry Holt & co.. New York. 35290a 



Parent by proxy; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, 
founded on tbe Commune, by H. A. Magendie. 
Ms. 

© Hyp A. Magendie, San Francisco ; 1881 : 
13763. Sept. 8; 2 copies received. 35291 

Parentage (The) of John Darr; a plav in 3 
acts, by R. A. Graves. [123] p. 4°. ' Type- 
written. 

© Ralph A. Graves, Bainbridge, Ga. ; D: 
11594, Oct. 2,5, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 25, 1907. 35292 



Parent's (The) dilemma, 
ter. 



See Theodor's flut- 



Parents' (The) progress; play in 1 act, by 
Geoi-ge Paston. New York, S. French ; Lon- 
don. S. French, ltd.. 1910. 30 p. 12°. 
( [French's acting ed.] ) 

© Nov. 28, 1910; 2c. Nov. 30, 1910; D: 
22685; Samuel French, ltd., London. 35293 

Parfait (Le) amour; by R. M. Mason. 

© R(ry Murdoch Mason, New York: D: 
1104; Nov. 16, 1901. 35294 

Pariah (The) ; or. Pathetic romance of a young 
girl, a nev.' and original American romantic 
drama in 5 acts, by C. A. Byrd. 

© Charles A. Byrd, Boston; 1890:5347, 
Feb. 12. 35295 

See also Plays; by August Strindberg. 

Paris; a drama, bv Sutton Vane and Arthur 
Sbirley. 

© William Calder, New York; 1896:4843. 
Jan. 17. 35296 

or. Days of the commune, drama in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by T. C. De Leon. 

© T. C. De Leon, New York ; 1871 : 7749, 
Aug. 19. 35297 

ou, Le bon juge, operette en 2 actcs, par 

Robert de Flers et G. A. de Caillavet. Paris. 
Chondens, 1906. 92 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Choudens. I^aris; D : 8808, July 10. 1906: 
2c. .Tnly 10, 1906. 35298 

P.'sris at tv.ro; a nmsical farce comedy in 2 acts, 
by J. F. Donnelly. 

© .Tobn F. Donnelly, New York; 1890: 
27055, Sept. 4. 35299 

Paris by night; by H. Pincus. 5 p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Scenario] 

© Henrv Pincus, New York ; D : 5314, July 
19, 1904; 2c. .Tuly 19, 1904. 35300 

a musical comedy in 2 acts, by Henry Pin- 
cus. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 
© L. L. Weber and E. F. Rush, New York ; 
D : 52.56, Julv 6. 1904 ; 2c. Sept. 28. 1904. 

35301 



1767 



35302 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35324 



Paris exposition. 

© Joseph M. Webor and I.ewi.s 'M. Fields, 
New York; 1899:26677, Apr. 17. 35302 

Paris (The) gown; vaudeville act, by H. J. 
Streyckmans. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1911; D: 28069; H. J. 
Streyckmans, New York. 35303 

Paris (A) graduate; fool farce in 3 acts, by 
H. B. Loos. [11. 66 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11. 1912: D: 31114; R. Beers 
Loos, San Die.iro, Cal. 35304 

Paris in 1871. See Revolt of the commune. 

Paris life; a spectacular play in 12 tableaux, by 
Adolph Belot. 

© Brooks and Dickson. New York; 1883: 
13047, July 16. 35305 

Paris model; a musical comedy libretto in 3 
acts, by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith. New York ; D : 8679. 
June 12, 1906. 35306 

a 3 act comedy, by J. Mauldin [i. e. J. ]M. 

Feigll Typewritten. 

© Jane Mauldin. United States; 1897: 
57794, Oct. 12 ; Ic. Oct. 4. 35307 

Paris-New York; piece en 3 actes, par F. de 
Croi.sset et E. Ar§ne. [Paris. Impr. de VIllus- 
tration] 1907. 80 p. 8°. 

© Francis de Croisset et Emmanuel Ar&ne, 
Paris; D : 10367, Apr. 18, 1907; 2c. Apr. 18. 
1907. 35308 

Paris, night by night; or. Caught in a storm, 
pantomime extravaganza in 5 scenes, by P. 
Martinetti. [1], 29 p. f°. Ms. 

© Paul Martinetti. United States; 1890: 
7946, Mar. 10; Ic. Mar. 10. 35309 

Paris 1900, 

© Joseph M. Weber and Lewis M. Fields, 
New York; 1899:26676, Apr. 17. 35310 

Paris sensation; a sparkling new French melo- 
drama in 4 acts. [19] p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Israel M. Silkworth. Baltimore; D : 8249. 
Mar. 29, 1906; 2c. Mar. 29, 1906. 35311 

Pariser luft; musikalischer schwank in 3 .-ikten. 
von Alexander Engel and Julius Hor.st, ge- 
sangstexte von Louis Tanfstein, musik von 
Martin Knopf. Mtinchen, Drei masken ver- 
l;.g. g. m. b. h. 119121 49 ]). 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© May 25. 1912; 2c. July 25. 1912; D: 
30343 ; Drei ma.sken vcrlag. g. m. b. h.. 
Munich. 35312 

Same. 99 p. 8°. [ Librettooidy] 

© Ic. Aug. 30. 1912; D : 30697 ; Drei 
masken verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 35313 



Pariser luft — Continued. 

-operette in 3 akten. von Alexander Engel 

und Julius Horst. gesangstexte von Louis 
Taufstein. musik von Martin Knopf. Regie- 
buch. Miinchen, Drei masken verlag, g. ra. 
b. h. 241 p. 4°. 

© Ic. Aug. 14. 1913; D: 34146: Drei 
masken verlag. g. m. b. h., Munich. 35314 

nach einer franzosischen idee, von 



Rudolph Schanzer. nuisik von Jacques Offen- 
bach, bearbeitet von C. IMorena. Berlin-Leip- 
zig, Musikverlag Rich. Bong. g. m. b. h. [1912] 
97 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© June 20, 1912; 2c. July 25. 1912; D: 
30342; Musikverlag Rich. Bong, g. m. b. h.. 
Berlin. 35315 

Pariser schattenspiel; dramatische skizzen. von 
Felix Phillippi. Berlin, Vita, deutsches ver- 
lagshaus, 1906. 235 p. 12°. 

© Yita, deutsches verlagshaus. Berlin : D : 
8880, July 30, 1906; 2c. Sept. 10, 1906. 35316 

Same. 2. teil. Berlin. Vita, deutsches 

verlagshiius. 1907. 218 p. 12°. 

© Vita, deutsches verlagshaus. Berlin ; D : 
9995, Feb. 21, 1907; 2c. Mar. 18, 1907. 35317 

Pariser witwen (Une veuve de Paris); lust- 
spiel in 3 akten. von Andr6 Sylvane [pseud, 
des Paul Gerard] und Fabrice Carre, deutsch 
iMax Schoeuau. Bei-lin. F. Bloch erben. 75 p. 
12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 26, 1909 : D : 17205 ; Felix Blocli 
erben, Berlin. 35318 

Parisette; sketch en 1 acte, by A. L. Casnati. 
[1]. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© !<•. Apr. 22. 1913; D : 33058 ; Augusta 

Lola Casnati, New York. 35319 

Parish (The) clerk; a play in 1 act, by Harry C. 
Baker. Typewritten. 

© Henrv Charles Baker. Iowa City. Ta. ; 
1897:35218. June 12: 2c. June 12. 35320 

Parish (The) priest; a domestic drama, by D. 
Sully. 

© Daniel Sully, United States; 1890:405, 
Jan. 2. 35321 

a domestic drama in 3 acts, by D. L. Hart. 

[138] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Daniel L. Hart, Wilkes Barre, Pa.; D: 
3676, June 23. 1903 ; 2c. July 0. 1903. 35322 

Parisian; by D. Austrian. 

© Delia Austrian, Chicago ; D : 16077. June 
16. 1909, 35323 

comedy in 3 acts, by Edmond Gondinet. 

© F. Rullman, New York; 1888:27478. 

35324 



Sept. 27; 2c. Oct. 8. 
— See alxo Parisienne (La) 



1768 



35325 COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 

Parisian (A) actress. See Dova (La) 



35348 



Parisian (The) belles; by J. Grieves. 

© .John Grieves, New York ; D : 9490. Nov. 
22, 1906. 35325 

Parisian (The) belles extravaganza; by J. 
Grieves. 

© .Tohu Grieves. New York ; D : 9502, Nov. 
22, 1906. 35326 

Parisian (A) cocktail; a burlesque comedy in 
3 acts, by W. Fessler. Typewritten. 

© Walter Fessler, New York; 1899:4415, 
.Tan. 10; 2c. Sept. 25. 35327 

Parisian crime; or, The widow's assassin, a 
rriiiiantic play in 4 acts, fi-om the French of 
r^mile Gaboriau, by M. W. Fiske. 

© M. W. Fiske, United States; 1886: 
16960, July 26. 35328 

Parisian model; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
IT. K. Smith. [135] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; D : 9098. 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2c. Sept. 24, 1906. 35329 

Parisian (A) passion; a melodrama, by H. A. 
D'Arcy. 

© H. A. D'Arcy, New York; 1897:21520, 
Apr. 5. 35330 

Parisian revels; or. Cupid's capers, an original, 
musical, comical, topical burlesque extrava- 
ganza in 2 acts, by William R. AVatts. 

© George W. Rice and Charles Barton, New 



York ; 1889 : 24125. Aug. 6. 



35331 



Parisienne (La); in 6 acts, by .Tessa mine Car- 
pani (De la Presse) 61 p. obi. f°. Type- 
written. 

© .Tessamine Carpaiii. Cleveland; 1889: 
30758, Oct. 10; 2c. July 11, 1890. 35332 

(The Parisian); comedy in 3 acts, by Henry 

Hecque, done into English by Charles Alfred 
!",vrne. New York. F. RiUlman. 1004. 56 p. 
4°. 

© F. Rullman, New York : D : 5747, Nov. 3. 
1004; 2c. Nov. 10. 1904. 35333 

Parisina; by A. Darling, jr. 

© Adam Darling, jr., Denver; 1897:10990, 
Feb. 13; 2c. June 9. 35334 

tragedy in 5 acts, by L. C. Moise. [52] p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1913: D : 32338 ; Leonard 
Compton Moise, Covington, La. 35335 

a tragedy in 6 acts, by I^. C. Moise. 

© Leonard C. Moise, Houma, La. ; 1889 : 
4512. Feb. 8. 



35336 

1769 



Park (The) pest; dramatic ventriloquial scene, 
by J. Clark. 11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 20, 1913; D : 35399 ; Johnson 
Clark, London. 35337 

Parker farm; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
W. W. Lapoint. Typewritten. 

© William Walter Lapoint, Barre, Vt. ; 
D : 339, Apr. 12, 1901 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1900. 35338 

Parker (The) homestead; a domestic drama in 
5 acts, by F. J. Krug. 

© Frank J. Krug, United States; 1896: 
6800, Jan. 27. 35339 

Parkettsitz no. 10; schwank in 3 akten und 
einem vorspiel, von Max Neal und Hans Ger- 
heck. [109] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 26, 1911 ; D : 24302 ; Arion-verlag, 
Berlin. 35340 

See also Parquettsitz no. 10. 

Parkhill (The) ruby; drama in 4 acts, by E. W. 
.Jukes. [100] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1912 ; D : 29146 ; E. W. Jukes, 
Philadelphia. 35341 

Parkhurst's frolics; a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. A. Corbett. 

© Adolphe A. Corbett, New York; 1892: 
15795, Apr. 11. 35342 

Parkhurst's tribulations: a satirical comedy in 
3 acts, by A. A. Corbett. 

© Adolphe A. Corbett, New York; 1892: 
24547, June 11. 35343 

Parkwater; a drama in 4 acts, adapted by N. 
Kohaun. Bo.ston, Mills, Knight & co., 1883. 

© Nellie Kohaun, Lowell ; 1883 : 3092, Feb. 
16. 35344 

Parlez-vous frangais? comedy in 1 act, by H. B. 
Toomer. [1], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1911; D : 24818 ; Henry B. 
Toomer, Chicago. 35345 

Parliament (A) of servants; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Louise Latham Wilson. Chicago, The Dra- 
matic publishing company [1901] 20 p. 12°. 
© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 1024, 
Oct. 28, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 28, 1901. 35346 

Parliament under Charles I. [3] p. 8°. 
Printed. 

© Harriet Earhart Monroe, Washington; 
D : .5303, July 2, 1904 ; 2c. July 2, 1904. 35347 

Parlor (The) car; farce, by William D. Howells. 
Boston, James R. Osgood and company, 1876. 
74 p. 32°. 

© \Y. D. Howells, Massachusetts; 1876: 
12582, Nov. 13; 2c. Dec. 4. 35348 



35349 



DPwV-MATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35365 



Parlor (The) car — Continued. 

S:nne. Boston and New York. Hougliton, 

Mifflin & CO. [19041 74 p., 1 1. 24°. 
© W. r>. Howells. New Yorlc, in renewal for 

14 years from Nov. 13. 1904 ; A : 96190, Sept. 

9. 1904 ; 2e. Oct. 3, 1904. 35349 

.SVr also Sleeping-car (The) and other 

farces. 

Parlor (A) car flirtation. Typewritten. 

© Harriet Longfellow Davis, Minneapolis ; 
noon A : 115489, Tune 22 : 2c. June 22. 35350 

Parlor comedies; by Charles R. Talbot, illus. 
by Francis Miller and H. Pruett Share. Bos- 
ton. D. Lothrop & company [1SS31 [77] p. 
illus. 8". 

Contexts : No questions asked.— More than 
they bargained for. 

© D. Lothrop & CO., Boston ; 1883 : 19592, 
Oct. 24 ; 2c. Oct. 24. 35350a 

Parlor (A) entertainment; a slc(4ch for boys 
and girls, by H. Elliott oMcBrlde, Chicago, 
T. S. benison. 1878. 3, 38-48 p, 12°. ([School 
and .social drama] ) 

© T. S. Denison. Chicago ; 1878 : 12825, 
Nov. 7 ; 2c. Nov. 11 . 35351 

Parlor matches; comedy in 4 acts, by W, H. 
Rightniire. 

© AVilliam H. Rightraire, New York; 1877: 
10229, Sept. 5. 35352 

engaging comedy of society in 2 acts, by 

Walter Ben Hare. Chicago, T. S. Denison & 
CO. [1915] 40 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 20, 1915: 2c. Mar. 24, 1915: D: 
40162 ; Eben H. Norris, Chicago. 35352a 

Parlor (The) socialist; play in 3 acts, by B. H. 
Ellis. [109] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1c. :\Iar. 21. 1914 ; D : 36432 ; Bradford H. 
Ellis, Helena, Mont. 35352b 

Parlor (The) wall. 

© .Tohn P. Hill and H;irry McAvoy, Buf- 
falo ; 1884 : 2.5902. Dec. 24. 35353 
Parma; by M. W. Wnlbridge. 

© :\lil(lred Webber Walbridge, Nt>w York; 
D : 347, Apr. 15, 1901, 35354 

Parmi les pierres (Stein ointer steinen); piece 
en 4 acres, dc H. SuiU vniiHin. tr. do Maurice 
Remon et N. Valentin. [Paris, Impr. de 
I'Tllustration] 1008. 2 p. I., 84 p. S°. 

© Hermann Sudermann, Berlin ; D : 14003, 
Oct. 8. 1908; 2c. Oct. 8, 1908. 35355 

Parnas (Der) hoidesh: by Jacob Oordin. 

♦I ' '?•' -1-^ 

85 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 4, 1910; D : 17857 ; estate of 
Jacob M, Gordin, Alexander J. Gordin, admr.. 
Brooklyn, 35356 



Parnell and the poor of Ireland. 
Moran. 



See Brian 



Parole (The) of honor; a romantic drama in 3 
. acts, by Alice Howard Cady. 

© Richard M, Field, Bostcm ; 1887:21144. 
Aug. 18. 35357 

Paroled on honor: a romantic drama, by M. 
Paul. 

© Mariorie Paul, New York; 1899:34883, 
:\Iay 24 ; 2c. May 24. 35358 

Paroles (Les) restent. See Theatre complet. 
[de] Paul Hervieu. 

Parquettsitz no. 10; fliegerposse in 1 vorspiel 
und 3 akten. nach einem glcichnamigen 
schwank von INIax Neal und Hans Gerbeck, 
l)earbeitet von Hermann Haller und Willi 
WoltT. nuislk von Vralter W, Goetze, [2], 10." 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1911 ; D : 28013 ; IMusik- und 
theaterverlag Arion, Bei'lin. 35359 

Sec alf<() Parkettsitz no. 10. 

Parrhasius; a tragedy in 3 acts, by Espy Wil- 
liams. 

© Espv W. H. Williams, New Orleans: 
1893 : 19636, Apr. 21. 35360 

or, The rise of the republic of Boeotia, a 

tragedy, liy Salus [jiseud. of 8. J. Wightman] 

© S. J. Wightman, Homestead, Pa.: 1879: 

14103. Oct. 23. 35361 

Parricide (The); a drama in 5 acts, from the 
French, by M. Kreisler. 

© ]\Iarv Kreisler. Nev.- York: 1872:8777. 
Aug. 15. 35362 

drama in 4 acts, by G. Anderson. 105 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 28, 1911 ; D : 24798 ; George An- 
derson. Detroit, Minn, 35363 

Parroquinana! Rabanitos! sainete de cos- 
tunibres madrileilns on 1 acto y en verso, origi- 
nal de A. Caamano. IMadrid [Sociedad de 
autores espanoles] 191.1. 44 p, 12°. 

© May 26, 1911; 2c. :Mny 27. 1911; D: 
24.3.34: Aiigol Caamano, ^.Indrid. 35364 

Parrot (The); a farce in 2 acts, by V. G, 
Bloede, 

© Victor G, Bloede, Catonsvillo, M(\.; 1900 

A : 3034, Feb. 2. 35365 

1 act comedy, by H, M. Wyeth. 21 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 5, 1915 ; D : 40941 ; Hem-ietta 

M. Wyeth, New York. 35365a 

Parrot (The) cage; play in 1 act, by Mary Shaw. 

Chicago, Dramatic pub. co., 1914. 12 p. 12°. 

© .\pr. 10, 1914; 2c. Apr. 13, 1914; D: 

36696: Dramatic pub. co„ Chicago. 35365b 



1770 



35366 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35386 



Parrot (The) that talked in his sleep; sketch 
iu 3 scenes, by A. S. Riggs. 11 p. 4°. Type- 
writ teu. 

© Ic. Mar. 8, 1911 ; D : 23594 ; Arthur Stan- 
ley liiggs, New York. 35366 

Parsifal; a festival music-drama, by Richard 
^Vagner, the English version by J. P. Jackson. 
New York, E. Schuberth & co., 1890. 

© John P. Jackson, New York ; 1890 : 9444, 
Mar. 24; 2c. Mar. 25. 35367 

a miracle play in 5 pts., arr. from the 



legends of Parzivale and the music drama of 
Ricliard AVagner, by M. Doran. [84] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Marie Doran, New York ; D : 4896, Apr. 
IS, 1904 ; 2e. Apr. 19, 1904. 35368 

— See also Parzival. — Pilgrim's progress. 



Parson (The) 

© Walter N. Lawrence, United States; 
1888 : 31913, Nov. 10. 33369 

a drama iu 5 acts, an adaptation of Rass 



Challis" story. The curate, by W. N. Eawreace 
and F. G. Brooks. 

© Walter N. Lawrence and Fred O. Brooks. 
United States ; 1888 : 31638, Nov. 6. 35370 

Parson (The) and the devil; drama in 3 acts, 
by W. M. Goff. [38] p. f°. Typewa-itten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1914; D: 36680; William M. 
Guff, Pleasautville, N. J. 35370a 

Parson Bughouse; a musical comedy sketch in 
1 act, by O. B. Grant. 

© Charles Bvrou Grant, Brooklyn ; D : 387, 
Apr. 23, 1901. 35371 

Parson (The) doctor; a drama of romance and 
reality, by Mrs. N. Schlesinger. [4], 133 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Nathan Schlesinger, San Francisco; 
D : 710, July 30, 1901 ; Ic. July 29, 1901 ; Ic. 
Aug. 26, 1901. 35372 

Parson Jim; a drama in 4 acts, by L. Grand. 

© Lloyd Grand, England ; 1899 : 28489, Apr. 
25. 35373 

Parson Joe; comedy in 3 acts, by A. Carr and 
his assistant author. 

© Albert Carr, New York; 1874:12709, 
Oct. 12. 35374 

Parson Julian's adventures; composition for 
a dramatic comedy, by J. L. F. C. Kober. 33 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© J. L. F. C. Kober, Cincinnati ; D : 1944, 
May 27, 1902 ; 2c. July 5, 1902. 35375 

Parson (The) o' Dumford. See Daisy. — In the 
West Riding'. 



Parson (The) of the plains; comedy drama in 
prologue and 3 acts, by W. F. Burke. [2], 
52 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 24, 1912 ; D : 30624 ; Wm. Fran- 
cis Burke, New York. 35376 

Parson Peter. .See Turncoat (The) 

Parsonage (The); by Z. Covington. [2], 17 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 25, 1910 ; D : 21876 ; Zellah Cov- 
ington, New York. 35377 

Parson's (The) battle; a comedy in 1 act and 1 
scene, by S. C. Aj)pleby. 

© Samuel Crapin Applebv, Baltimore ; 1891 : 
36001, Oct. 6. * 35378 

Parson's (The) collar button. See Racing 
(The) lady. 

Parson's (The) daughter; a melodrama in 4 
acts and 8 scenes, by Agnes Carlton. [76] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© A. Carlton, New York ; D : 5110, June 1, 
1904 ; 2c. June 1, 1904. 35379 

Parson's (The) dream; a dramatic sketch, by 
A. W. Samis. 2 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. W. Samis, New York ; D : 15227, Feb. 
26, 1909; 2c. Feb. 26. 1909. 35380 

Parson's (The) greetings; romantic comedy in 
2 acts, bv Gail Kent. New York, E. S. Werner 
& company. 1912. 18 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 16, 1912; 2c. Apr. 19, 1912; D: 
29515; Edgar S. Werner, New York. 35381 

Parson's (The) love; a dramatic composition, 
by C. G. Craig. Typewritten. 

© Charles Gallagher Craig. New York ; 
1S97 : 72248. Dec. 23 ; 2c. Dec. 23. 35382 

Parson's (The) only son; by B. Van Rensselaer. 
9 p. 12°. Typev/ritten. 

© Ben Van Rensselaer, Brooklyn ; D : 4218. 
Nov. 0. 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 9, 1903. 35383 

Parson's (The) perversity; a comedy in 3 acts, 
hv William M. Clark. Philadelphia. The 
. Penn publisliing co., 1907. 24 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; D : 10592, 
May 18, 1907 ; 2c. May 18, 1907. 35384 

Parson's (The) vacation; a comedy in 4 acts, 
bv Harold Hale [pseud, of C. N. Moller] 
Clyde, C, Ames pub. co., 1907. 43 p. 12°. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; D : 12000, Dec. 
30, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 30, 1907. 35385 

Part (Le) du diable. See Asmodeus. 

Part (La) du feu; comedie en 3 actes, de A. 
Mouezy-Eon & Nancey. 181 p. 12°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Julv 18, 1913; D: 33830; A. Mouezy- 
Eon i<c Nancey, Paris. 35386 



1771 



35387 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35403 



Part (The) of life; a sketch in 1 act, by E. 
Davis. [5], 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 5, 1912; D: 28943; Edwards 
Davis, New York. 35387 

Parte (La) del leon; melodrama en 1 acto y 3 
cuadrus, libi'o de J. B. Pont, musica del maes- 
tro Vicente Lleo. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espaiioles] 1915. 44 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41075 ; Juan B. Pont, Madrid. 35387a 

Parted; an American comedy-drama in 4 acts, 
l)y C. W. Tayleure. 

© Clifton W. "Tayleure, New York; 1875; 
9S22, Sept. 24. 35388 

drama in 1 act, by C. S. Chambers. [3], 



4 p. f°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Jan. 18, 1913 ; D : 32114 ; C. Spencer 
Chambers, Covington, Ky. 35389 

Parted at the altar; a drama in 4 acts, by S. 
Herman. 

© Selma Herman, New York ; D : 2990, Jan. 
31, 1903. 35390 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by Lorraine HoUis 



[i. e. L. L. Hollis] plot suggested by Mrs. 
Beaumont Packard. [123] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Lillias Lorraine Hollis, New York ; D : 
3568, June 10, 1903; 2c. June 10, 1903. 35391 

Parted by Patience; a farce in 1 act, by Bessie 
Blair Smith. Philadelphia, The Penn pub- 
lishing company, 1904. 20 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; D : 4975, 
May 2, 1904; 2c. May 2, 1904. 35393 

Parted (A) fellowship; or. The curate of Bel- 
mont, a comedy drama in 4 acts, by C. Brune. 

© Cnareuce Brune, New York ; 1891 : 19565, 
May 28. 35393 

Parted in the bridal hour; melodrama in 4 
acts, by L. J. L. Stilwell and J. R. Garey, a 
dramatization of Laura Jean Libbey's novel 
Miss Middleton's lover : or, Parted on their 
bridal tour. [139] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey Stilwell and James 
R. Garey, Brooklyn and New York ; D : 6440, 
Mar. 23, 1905 ; 2c. Mar. 23, 1905. 35394 

a new and original drama in 4 acts, by 

L. J. Libbey. 

© Laura Jean Libbey, Brooklvn ; 1888: 
1714, Jan. 16. 35395 

• Same. 

© Laura Jean Libbey Stilwell, Brooklyn, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 vears. Renewal 
no. 6922, July 22, 1915. Original entry, Jan. 
16, 1888, no. 1714. 35395a 



Parted on their bridal tour. See Parted in 
the bridal hour. 

Parted (The) sisters; allegorical play in 1 act, 
by P. Ursula Payne. New York, S. French ; 
London, Samuel French, ltd., 1914. 17 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 7, 1914 ; D : 39025 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 35395b 

Parthenia and the hero of the wilderness; 
play in 5 acts, adapted from Der sohn der 
wildnis of Friedrich Halm [pseud, of Eligius 
Franz Joseph Miinch-Bellinghausen] tr. into 
Jewish by S. Mejzach. 

© Solomon Mejzach, Philadelphia ; 1900 A : 
20755, Aug. 20. 35396 

Parthia; a drama in 3 acts, by H. C. Husted. 

© Harry C. Husted, New York ; 1872 : 11315, 
Oct. 24. 35397 

Partial (A) eclipse; by P. Wilstach. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Paul Wilstach, United States; 1896: 
69887, Dec. 23 ; 2c. Dec. 23. 35398 

Particular (A) friend; play in 1 act, by M. G. 
Cherrill. 15 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1915; D: 42036; Mildred Oon- 
sidine Cherrill, Chicago. 35398a 

Partie (TJne) de cartes. See Auction pinochle. 

Partie (Une) de 500; comedie psychologique, 
par W. A. Baker. Montreal, C. A. ISIarchand, 
1913. 8 p. 8°. 

© Jan. 7, 1914; 2c. Feb. 6, 1914; D : 36063 ; 
William A. Baker, Montreal, Canada. 

35398b 

Parting (The); an American play in 4 acts, bv 
D. K. Higgins and M. O. Higgins. 67 p. 8°. 
Printed. 

© David K. Higgins, New York, and Milton 
O. Higgins, Chicago ; D : 11635, Oct. 31, 1907 ; 
2c. Nov. 18, 1907. 35399 

Parting- friends; a farce, by W. D. Howells. 
New York and London, Harper c\r brothers, 
1911. 57 p. incl. front., plates. 24°. 

© June 15, 1911; 2c. June 17, 1911; A: 
289836 : Haipei- iV l)i(is., New York. 35400 

Parting (The) of the ways; a drama in 4 acts, 
by O. R. Lamb. New York, Ames & Rolliuson 
press. 

© Osborn Rennle Lamb, Cresskill, N. Y. ; 
D : 12370, Feb. 17, 1908. 35401 

— Same. New York, The author [1910] 1% 
p. 16°. 

© May 4, 1910 ; 2c. May 6, 1910 ; D : 20970 ; 
Osborn Rennie Lamb, New York. 35402 

a dramatic composition, by G. D. Orr. 

© Gulielma Dav Orr, Cincinnati; D : 8080. 
Feb. 7, 1906. 35403 



1772 



35404 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35422 



Parting (The) of the ways— Continued. 

a 1 act playlet, by G. D. Orr. 

© Gulielma Day Orr, Cincinnati ; D : 11036, 
July 15, 1907. 35404 

See also His other self, 

Partir a tiempo; comedia en 1 acto, por Mari- 
ano Jose de Larra, ed. and annotated by Alex- 
ander W. Herdler. Nueva York, W. R. Jen- 
kins ; Boston, G. Schoenhof, 1894. 2 p. 1.. [3]- 
51 p. 12°. ([Teatro espanol, no. 2]) 

© William R. Jenkins, New York; 1894: 
39161, Aug. 25 ; 2c. Sept. 19. 35405 

Partisan (The) brigade; a drama of the Revo- 
lution, in 4 acts, by F. Sumraerfield. Type- 
written. 

© Fred Summerfield, New ' York ; 1896 : 
22912, Apr. 13 ; 2c. Apr. 13. 3540b- 

Partner (A) of Second Story Sam; comedy in 
1 act, by W. M. Blatt. [1], 12 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 15, 1914 ; D : 37980 ; William M. 
Blatt, BrookUne, Mass. 35406a 

Partners; American comedy in 1 act, by H. B. V. 
Edwardes. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1915 ; D : 40171 ; Henry B. V. 
Eilwardes, Boston. 35406b 

•comedy sketch, by J. H. Sinykin. [1], 12 p. 



24°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 26, 1914; D : 37949 ; Julius H. 
Sinykin, ^Vaukegan, 111. 35406c 

■a play in 4 acts and 2 scenes, by A. M. 



Lawrence. 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Anna Marie Lawrence, Milwaukee; D: 
2187, Aug. 6, 1902 ; 2c. Aug. 6, 1902. 35407 

play in 1 act, by A. J. Ryan. 47 p. f°. 



Typewi'itten. 

© Ic. Mar. 6, 1915; D : 39885 ; Artliur Judd 
Ryan, New York. 35407a 

-by T. E. Kyle. [7] p. 4°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 25, 1911; D : 23462 ; Tom E. 
Kyle, New York. 35408 

Partners all through life; romantic playlet in 
1 act, by C. E. La Rew. [1], 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1912; D: 30440: Charles 
Elmer La Rew, Detroit. 35409 

Partner's (A) crime; a sensational drama in 4 
acts, by W. J. Cumberland. 

© William J. Cumberland, Philadelphia; 
1889 : 13753, May 5. 35410 

Partners for life; an original comedy in 3 acts, 
by Henry J. Byron. New American ed., cor- 
rectly reprinted from the original authorized 
acting ed. New York, H. Roorbach, 1889. 



Partners for life — Continued. 

50 p. 12°. ( [Roorbach's American ed. of 
acting plays, no. 6]) 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1889: 
37516, Dec. 9; 2c. Dec. 14. 35411 

a vaudeville skit in 1 act, by B. Gerard. 

15 p. 4°. Tj'pewritten. 

© B. Gerard, New York ; D : 10698, June 5, 
1907; 2c. June 5, 1907. 35412 

Partners in crime. 

© Charles C. Weigel and W. Hargreaves, 
jr.. New York ; D : 4702, Mar. 10, 1904. 

35413 

— —a romantic comedy drama in 5 acts, by E. 



Hanford. 

© Edwin Hanford, Brooklyn; 1885:27861, 
Dec. 29. 35414 

Partners in misery; an original dramatic 
sketch in 1 act, by F. P. Dodge. 

© Frederick Paulding Dodge, New Ro- 

chelle, N. Y. ; 1896 : 71492, Dec. 31. 35415 

Partner's (The) parting; by G. Nagel. [8] p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1912 ; D : 28507 ; Geo. Nagel, 
Newark, N. J. 35416 

Parts and counterparts; comedy in 3 acts, by 
Henry Fitch Taylor. [114] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© H. F. Tavlor, Cos Cob. Conn.; D : 6469. 
Apr. 6, 1905 ; 2c. Apr. 6, 1905. 35417 

Party (The) of the second part; farce in 3! 

acts, by E. H. Peple. [2], 109 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 5, 1912; D: 31560; Edward H. 

Peple, New York. 35418 

Parvenu; original comedy in 3 acts, by G. W. 
Godfrey. New York, S. French; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1903. 53 p. 16°. (On cover: 
French's international copyrighted ed. of the 
works of the best authors, no. 60) 

© Samuel French, New York; D : 3668, 
June 26, 1903 ; 2c. July 7, 1903. 35419 

or, Finally he wins. 

© William Bush, Chicago ; 1870 : 2732, Oct. 



11 ; 2c. Dec. 4. 1872. 



35420 



— our English cousin, a dramatic composi- 
tion in 4 acts, rev. by W. Bush. 47 numb. 1. 
8°. Printed. 

© William Bush, St. Louis; 1883:3127, 
Feb. 16; 2c. Feb. 7, 1885. 35421 

— The touchstone of destiny, a dramatic 
composition in 4 acts, by W. Busch. Revised. 
2 p. 1., 47 numb. 1. 8°. 

© W. Busch. St. Louis ; 1885 : 8579. Apr. 11 ; 
2c. Apr. 22. 35422 



1773 



35423 



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35440 



Par venues; an emotional play in 4 acts, by 
P. S. M. Muni-o. 

© P. S. M. Munro, Brooklyn ; 1888 : 13507, 
May 8. 35423 

Parzival; a religious drama, from the poem of 
Richard Wagner, by J. G. Burchell. 

© James G. Burchell, United States ; 1886 : 
21600, Sept. 27. 35424 

See also Parsifal. 

Pas de trois. See Earth deities, and other 
rhythmic masques. 

Pa's holiday; 1 act comedy, by B. Chapman 
and D. A. Stuart. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Jan. 12, 1915 ; D : 39373 ; Belle Chap- 
man and Dora A. Stuart, San Francisco. 

35424a 

Pa's new housekeeper; farce in 1 act, by C. S. 
Bird. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1912. 37 p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 9, 1912 ; 2c. Oct. 10, 1912 ; D : 31097 ; 
Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 35425 

Pa's picnic; rural play in 2 acts, by Adelaide 
H. Wyeth. Chicago and New York, Dramatic 
publishing co., 1909. 30 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 13, 1909; 2c. Nov. 15, 1909; D: 
17368; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 35426 

Pasado (Lo) See Eternal (The) triangle. 

Pasado (El) vuelve; comedia en 1 acto, [de] E. 
Zamacois. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles] 1909. 26 p. 12°. 

© Eduardo Zamacois. Madrid ; D : 16150. 
June 23, 1909 ; 2c. June 23, 1909. 35427 

Pascarel; a dramatization in 6 acts, of Ouida's 
[Louise De la Ramee's] novel of that name, 
by Mrs. T. Miller. 

© Mrs. Thomas Miller, New York; 1879: 
5242, Apr. 19. 35428 

Pascualica; comedia de ambiente aragones en 1 
acto dividido en 3 cuadros, en prosa, escrita 
por A. Caarafio e I. Soler. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1909. 34 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 14, 1909 ; D : 16251 ; 
Angel r^'aarano e Isidro Soler, Madrid. 35429 

Pasha (The); a comic operetta, by W. Reeves. 
17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Reeves, New Haven; D : 8935, 
Aug. 9. 1900 ; 2c. Aug. 9, 1906. 35430 

-1 act play of today in the Balkans, by 

G.M.Baxter. [2], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 14, 1913 ; D : 33492 ; George M. 
Eaxtor, Englewood, N. J. 35431 

Pasha (The) and a tourist's bride; a revised 
drama, by W. Busch. 

© William Busch, St. Louis; 1890:9467, 
Mar. 24; 2c. Apr. 2. 35432 



Pasha's (The) dream; by Emma Kemble. 2 p. 
4°. Tyi^ewritten. 

© E. Kemble, New York; D:9158, Oct. 1. 
1906; 2c. Oct. 1. 1906. 35433 

Pasha's wives; romantic comic opera in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by E. E. Greville, music by 
Walter Pulitzer. 133 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
t Libretto only] 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1909 ; D : 17084 ; Eden E. 
Greville, New York. 35434 

Pasion (La); comedia en 2 actos y en prosa, 
original de (4. Martinez Sierra. INIadrid [So- 
ciedad de autores espanoles] 1915. 51 p. IL'". 
© IMar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40073 ; Gregorlo Martinez Sierra, Madritl. 

35434a 

Pasional; zarzuela dramtltica en 1 acto y 3 
cuadros, en prosa y verso [de] F. e I. Olona, 
musica del maestro Roberto G. Ortells. Ma- 
drid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1909. 
40 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Federico e Ignacio Olona, Madrid ; D : 
16140. June 23, 1909 ; 2c. June 23, 1909. 

35435 

Pasquale Visconti; a romance of Tirano, a 
drama in 4 acts, by D. K. Ford, vi, 63 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Daniel K. Ford, St. Paul; D : 360. Apr. 
18, 1901; 2c. Apr. 18, 1901. 35436 

Pass (The); drama in 3 acts, by G. R. Craw. 
[2], 42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 18, 1912; D : 30295 ; George 
Rockhill Craw, Chicago. 35437 

Pass the vice; underworld playlet in 1 scene for 
vaudeville, by F. Cromwell. 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 6, 1915; D : 41915 ; Frederic 
Cromwell, Chicago. 35437a 

Passage (The) through the Red Sea. See 
Moses and Pharaoh. 

Passage (A) to a new life; a drama in 1 act, 
by J. P. Franke. Typewritten. 

© J. P. Franke, Memphis, Tenn. ; 1891 : 
41433, Nov. 19 ; 2c. Nov. 19. 35438 

Passageres (Les); com^die en 4 actes, [par] A. 

Capus. [Paris, Impr. de I'Tllustration, 1906] 

91 p. 12°. 

© Alfred Capus, Paris; D : 9399, Nov. 8, 

1906; 2c. Nov. 8, 1906. 35439 
-See ff/s'o Theatre complet; de Alfred Ca- 
pus. 
Passant (Le) (The passer-by); an idyll in 1 

act [by Frangois Copp^e] tr. by Frederick A. 

Schwab. New York, F. Rullnian [1880] K! 

p. 4°. [Bernhardt edition] 

© F. Rullman, New York ; 1881 : 1645. Jan. 

31 ; 2c. Jan. 31. 35440 



1774 



35441 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35455 



Passant (Le) — Continued. 
See also Wanderer (The) 

Passe-nioi ta femme; vaudeville en 1 acte, par 
Henry Moreau et Marc Sonal [pseud, de 
Georges Lanos] Paris, G. Joubert, 1911. 36 
p. S\ 

© Dec. 28, 1911; 2c. Jan. 23, 1912; D: 
28389 ; Joubert, Paris. 35441 

Passe-partout (Le); com^die en 3 actes, par G. 
Thnrner. 104 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Georges Tliurner, Paris ; D : 14563, Dec. 
18. 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 18, 1908. 35442 

Passed-up copy; by G. W. Stark and Bessie P. 
Gardner. [19] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1910 ; D : 22062 ; George W. 
Stark, Detroit. 35443 

Passenger (The); romantic melodrama in 1 act, 
by C. H. Jarrett. [1], 38 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1914 ; D : 38360 ; Cora Hardj 
Jarrett, New York. 35443a 

Passenger (The) agent; or, Ye traveling agent, 
a comedy in 3 or 5 acts, by D. L. Gibson. 

© D. L. Gibson, Philadelphia; 1884:24106, 
Dec. 5. 35444 

Passer-by (The) See Passant (Le) 

Passerelle (La); comedie en 3 actes, de F. de 
Gresac et Francis de Croisset [pseud, de Fran- 
cis Wiener] 134 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 19, 1915; D : 39435 ; Fred de 
Gresac, New York. 35444a 

— — See also Marriage (The) of Kitty. 



Passes magnetiques; par Emile Archer. 3 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1912; D : 30065 ; Gaumont 
CO., New York. 35445 

Passing (A) cloud; a monologue, by Marsden 
Brown. Chicago, The Dramatic publishing co. 
[1897] 9 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1897 : 59888, 
Oct. 22 ; 2c. Oct. 21. 35446 



or, A passing storm, by E. Oldcastle. 5 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Elouina Oldcastle, New York; D:421, 
May 1, 1901; 2c. May 1, 1901. 35447 

Passing (A) fancy; play in 4 acts, by M. E. 
Swan. [133] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1914; D : 39188 ; Mark E. 
Swan, New York. 35447a 



— ■ Same. 

© Ic. Jan. 30, 1915; D: 39543; Mark E. 
Swan, New York. 35447b 



Passing (The) god; a play in 5 acts, by O. T. 
Dargan. [67] p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Olive Tilford Dargan, Almond, N, C. ; 
D : 11917, Dec. 13, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 13, 1907. 

35448 

Passing (The) of a dream; playlet in 3 scenes, 
by G. D. Orr. [14] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 10, 1910; D: 21771; Gulielma 
Day Orr, Cincinnati. 35449 

Passing (The) of cabby; play in 1 act, by O. T. 
Johnsone. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1912; D : 29087 ; Otto T. 
Johnsone, Brooklyn. 35450 

Passing (The) of Gregory Orlof ; play in 4 acts, 
by D. Hastings. [1], 102 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1911 ; D : 23582 ; Dille Hast- 
ings, Philadelphia. 35451 

Passing (The) of Hans Dippel; play in 3 acts, 
by John Valentine [pseud, of P. Andreae] 
[79] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1914; D: 38700; Percy An- 
dreae, Chicago. 3545 la 

Passing (The) of Harriet; drama in 1 act, by 
G. R. Craw. 32 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1912; D: 30600; George R. 
Craw, Chicago. 35452 

Passing (The) of Hiawatha. See Plays of 
of the pioneers. 

Passing (The) of Mars; modern morality play, 
by M. Wilkinson. Coronado, Cal., M. Wilkin- 
son, 1915. 12 p. 4°. 

© Sept. 25, 1915; 2c. Sept. 30, 1915; D: 
41876 ; Marguerite Wilkinson, Coronado, Cal. 

35452a 

Passing (The) of Pan; a metrical drama in a 
prologue and 4 acts, by Dwight L. Clarke. 
San Francisco, Cal., Philopolis press, 1915. 
5 p. 1., 64 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Dec. 1, 1915 ; 
A : 418130 ; D. L. Clarke, Berkeley, Cal. 

35452b 

poem and libretto for opera in 4 acts, by 

D. L. Clarke. 66 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1911; D : 24085 ; Dwight 
Lancelot Clarke, Berkeley, Cal. 35453 

Passing (The) of Santo. See TaDles (The) 

turned. 

Passing of the gods; by J. Hickenlooper. 

© Jean HickenloopcF, Marshalltown, la. ; 
D:8305, Apr. 9, 1906. 35454 

play in 3 acts, by J. Hickenlooper. 21 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1910 ; D : 20656 ; Jean Hicken- 
looper, Albia, la. 35455 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



-8 



1775 



35456 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35474 



Passing of the grandmother; 1 act sketch, by 
S. W. Holcombe. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Sallie Williams Holcombe, New York; 
D : 6159, Jan. 30, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 28, 1904. 

35456 

Passing (The) of the idle rich; a drama of the 
times in 4 acts, by Margaret Townsend fpseud. 
of iM. T. Tagliapietra] based on the book of 
this title, by Frederick Townsend Martin. 
[109] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

<© Ic. June 1, 1912; D: 29856; Margaret 
Townsend Tagliapietra, New York. 35457 

Passing of the third floor back; a comedy, by 
J. K. Jerome. 

© Jerome K. Jerome, London ; D : 7742, 
Dec. 7, 1905. 35458 

Passing (The) of the Timucuans; drama in 3 
acts, by F. E. Adams. [101] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1913 ; D : 32163 ; Francis Elli- 
son Adams, New York. 35459 

Passing (The) of trial by jury; play in 3 acts, 
by Mrs. D. L. Briggs. [48] p. 4°, Type- 
w^ritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28, 1912; D: 28865; Mrs. D. 
Leslie Briggs, Toronto, Canada. 35460 

See also Law (The) in the limelight. 

Passing (The) parade; in 2 acts, by Don Roth. 
[3], 90 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1910 ; D : 22487 ; Gordon- . 
North amusement co.. New York. ' 35461 

Passing (The) regiment; a comedy of the day 
in 5 acts, from the German of G. von Moser 
and Franz von Schonthan, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1886:27775, 
Dec. 9 ; 2c. Dec. 9. 35462 

Same. 

© Joseph F. Daly and Richard Doruey, 
New York, as executors, in renewal for 28i 
years. Renewal no. 4974, Jan. 7, 1914. Origi- 
nal entry, Dec. 9, 1886, no. 27775. 35462a 

Passing (The) review; 1 act musical burlesque, 
written by ^Vm. H. Lytell, rewritten by Aaron 
Hoffman, musical numbers by Leo Edwards 
and Chas. Kuebler. 44 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1912 ; D : 30792 ; Jack Singer, 
New York. 35463 

or. Hell-e-vating the stage, in 2 acts, by 

Aaron Hoffman. [70] p. 4". Typewritten. 

® Singor amusement Co.. New York; D: 

13141, June 8, 1908 ; 2c. June 8, 1908. 35464 

Passing shadows; a society drama lu 4 acts, by 
J. A. Stevens. 

© John A. Stevens, New York; 1886; 25537, 
Nov. 11. 35465 



Passing (The) show; five modern plays in verse, 
by H. Monroe. Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1903. 125 p. 
12'. 

Contents: The thunderstorm. — At the 
goal. — After all. — A modern minuet. — It 
passes by. 

© Harriet Monroe, Chicago ; 1903 A : 71686, 
Oct. 31, 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1903. 35465a 

Passing (The) show of 1913; play in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by Harold Atteridge. 63 p. 
8°. Printed. 

© Ic. July 22, 1913; D : 34045 ; Winter- 
garden CO., New York. 35466 

Passing show of 1915; play in 3 acts, libretto 
and lyrics, by Harold P. Atteridge. [90] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 1, 1915; D: 40807; Wintergar- 
den CO., New York. 35466a 

Passing storm; by Jacobstein and Trilling. 6 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Sol Jacobstein and Leo Trilling, New 
York ; D : 14807, Jan. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 4, 1909. 

35467 

See also Passing (A) cloud. 

Passing thro'; dramatic musical sketch, by 
Douglas Fairbanks and E. H. Baxter. [9] p. 
4°. Typewritten. [With music] 

©Ic. Jan. 5, 1911 ; D : 23014 ; Ernest H. Bax- 
ter, New York. 35468 

Passion; a biblical drama, by G. Beaulieu. 112 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Germain Beaulieu, Montreal, Canada ; D : 
7972, Feb. 10, 1906; 2e. Jan. 31, 1906. 35469 

a drama in 4 acts, by E. A. Barron and 

1\I. Bates. 

© Elwvn A. Barron and Morgan Bates. 
Chicago; 1884:10869, May 28. 35470 



— ■ by George Roberts. 

© Alexander Heuder.son, 
1874 : 1529, Feb. 11. 



United 



States ; 
35471 



— a drama in 3 acts, from the French, by 
M. Kreisler. 

© Marv Kreisler, New York; 1872:8781. 
Aug. 15. 35472 

— a miracle play in 10 acts, by S. Morse, rev. 
by Joseph S. Alemany. San Francisco, Edward 
Bosqui & CO., 1879. 69 p. 8°. 

© Salmi Morse, San Francisco; 1879:4054. 
Mar. 27 ; 2c. Apr. 9. 35473 

— or, The sister's avenger, a sensation 
drama in 5 acts, by P. Stoner. 

© Philip Stoner, New York; 1874:144, 
Jan. 6. 35474 



1776 



35475 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35403 



Passion — Continued. 

(Das passions spiel in wort und bild; 

Oder, Das leiden Christi); von W. Goetz. 
© Wolfgang Goetz, New York ; 1883 : 7064, 

Apr. 14. 35475 

Passion and principle. See Life and death. 

Passion (The) and resurrection of our Lord, 
Jesus Christ; passion play with songs and 
tableaux in a prologue and 16 acts, by Rev. 
Fr. J. Kraus. 131 p. f°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1912; D : 31493 ; Josaphat 
Kraus, San Francisco. 35476 

Passion (The) drama of Ober-Ammergau; pub- 
lished in parts by the Passion play society 
of America, ed. by W. Goetz. cover-title, 27 
p. 4°. Printed. 

© Wolfgang Goetz, Hoboken, N. J.; D: 
4112, Oct. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 7, 1903. 35477 

Passion flower; drama in 4 acts, by R. A. 
Vance. 35 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 4, 1910 ; D : 20961 ; Rufus Adair 
Vance, Brooklyn. 35478 

-a play in 5 acts, by Frances Meek. [74] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© F. Meek, New York; D : 6962, Jiily 13, 
1905 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1905. 35479 

Passion (The) of angels; or, Sintram, son of 
the Burning Eyes, a weird, mediaeval tale 
of bloodshed and consuming passion in the 
form of a prose drama in 5 scenes, by Lion 
Margrave [pseud, of L. Terry] Atlanta, Les- 
ter book and stationery co. [1908] 02 p. 12°. 
© Leonard Terry, Atlanta ; D : 12843, Apr. 
27, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 20, 1908. 35480 

Passion (The) of Christ. See Roman (The) 
drama. 

Passion of Faust; :i poetical drama in 4 acts 
and a prologue, by Paul Trelayne [pseud, of 
P. B. Kayser] 

© Paul B. Kayser, Cambridge, Mass.; D: 
6150, Jan. 28, 1905. 35481 

Passion of Jesus Christ. See Crucification 
(The) 

Passion play; dramatic and dramatico musical 
composition, by J. Kraus. 98 p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Words only] 

© Ic. Sept. 15, 1909; D : 16797 ; Josaphat 
Kraus, San Francisco. 35482 

Passion play at Oberammergau. 

© New York journal and advertiser, New 
York; 1900 A : 13589, May 31. 35483 

by Esse Esto Maplestone. New York, 

Broadway publishing co. [1911] 226 p. 12°. 
© Apr. 13, 1911; 2c. Apr. 22, 1911; A: 



Passion (The) play of Santa Clara, 
reth. 



See ITaza- 



Passion (The) play of Upper Ammergau; from 
the original text, including illustrations. 

© W. Goetz, New York ; 1891 : 6576, Feb. 18. 

35485 

Passion (The) play of Washington square; 
play in 1 act, by S. M. Hirsch. 15 p. f . 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1914; D : 37682 ; Sidney M. 
Hirsch and James M. Frank, Nashville, Tenn. 

35485a 

Passion, poison and petrifaction; or, The fa- 
tal gazogene, a tragedy, by G. B. Shaw. New 
York, The H. B. Claflin co., 1905. 1 p. 1., 11 
p. 8°. 

© George Bernard Shaw, England ; D : 7656, 
Nov. 25, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 25, 1905. 35486 

Passionnement . . . P pas du tout . . . ? 
piece en 1 acte avec ballet, par J. Garcia Pi- 
mentel. [2], 36 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. Dec. 18, 1915; D: 42521; Joaquin & 
Luis Garcia Pimentel, New York. 35486a 

Passions; a miracle play in 10 acts, by S. Morse, 
rev. by Joseph S. Alemany. 

© Salmi Morse, United States ; 1878 : 11894, 
Oct. 15 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1879. 35487 



— play in 3 acts, by Mrs. C. Hemmick. 50 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 26, 1913 ; D : 34241 ; Mrs. Chris- 
tian Hemmick, Washington. 35488 

or. Life on a ranch, a drama in 4 acts, by 



286387; E. E. Maplestone, Chicago. 



35484 

1777 



Barba Rossa [pseud, of W. O. Soubron] 

© William Otto Soubron, Milwaukee; D: 
586, May 29, 1901. 35489 

Passions (Les) de Bidochard; vaudeville mili- 
taire en 1 acte, de P. de Wattyne. Paris, C. 
Joubert, 1911. 31 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 20, 1911; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911; D: 
28085; Joubert, Paris. 35490 

Passion's perils; a domestic drama in prologue 
and 4 acts,* by F. Stinson. 

© Fred Stinson, Boston; 1874:11171, 
Aug. 29. 35491 

Passion's slave; American comedy drama in 4 
acts, by J. A. Stevens. 75 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1913; D: 33217; Darcy & 
Wolford, New York. 35492 

an original American romantic drama, by 

J, A. Stevens. 

© John A. Stevens, New York ; 1880 : 11265, 
July 22. 35493 



25494 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35507 



Passions, tempests; by J. P. Tillson [146] p. 
4°. Typewritten and Ms. 

© Jesse Paxton Tillson, Toledo, O. ; 1895 : 
44517, Aug. 31; 2c. Oct. 7. 35494 

Passionsspiel (Das); in 13 bildern, von P. Hilde- 
brand. Wien, F. W. Schmieden & co., 1912. 
36 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Dec. 3, 1912; D : 31539 ; F. W. 
Schmieden & co., Vienna. 35495 

Passionsspiel (Das) in wort und bild. See 
Passion, 

Passionsspieler (Die) von Oberammergau; 
volksschauspiel mit gesang in 4 akteu, von 
Max von Schillings [pseud, des Richard 
Manz] Miinchen, Rubinverlag, 1900. 105, 
[1] p. 1 1. 16°. [Words only] 

© Rubinverlag, Munich; 1900 A: 8034, 
Mar. 28; 2c. Apr. 26. 35496 

Passport (The); a comedy in 3 acts, by B. C. 
Stephenson and W. Yardley. New York, S. 
French ; London, S. French, ltd. [1906] 108 p. 
12°. 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 9714, Dec. 
29, 1906; 2c. Mar. 11, 1907. 35497 

^play in 1 act, by J. Harding. 9 p. 4*. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1915; D: 41222; Jeanne 
Harding, New York. 35497a 

Past (The); life story of a young girl, drama 
in 4 acts, by H. H. Wessell. 52 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 12, 1910; D: 21030; Harry H. 
Wessell, Chicago. 35498 

Past and present. See Poems; by William 
Birdsly Benton. 

Past (The) and the present; or, Prom the fire- 
place to the electric grill, play in 1 act, by 
A. L. Hutchins. [1], 12 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 8, 1914 ; D : 37244 ; Alice Lincoln 
Hutchins, Everett, Mass, 35498a 

Past, present, future; a musical sketch in 3 
acts, by R. P. Skilling. 

© Robert P. Skilling, Chicago ; D : 1866, 
May 10, 1902. . 35499 

Past redemption; a drama in 4 acts, by G. M. 
Bakor. I'.oston. G. M. Btiker and com])any, 
1875. 47 p. 12°. 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1875:7658, 
July 22 ; 2c. July 23. 35500 

Same. Boston, Walter H. Baker & co. 

[1903] 47 p. 12°. (On cover: Baker's ed. 
of plays) 

© Emily F. Baker, Wellesley Hills, Mass., 
in renewal for 14 years from July 22, 1903 ; 
:">:3306, Apr. 18, 3903; 2c. July 6, 1903. 

35501 



Past the age; by C. S. Turner. 

© Cornelius S. Turner, Minneapolis; 1893: 
13489, Mar. 17. 35502 

Paste and diamonds. See Star. 

Pastor y borrego; juguete comico en 2 actos, 
divididos en 4 cuadros, en prosa, original de 
Enrique Garcia Alvarez y Pedro Munoz Seca. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1915. 
59 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic. June 25, 1915; D: 
41053; E. Garcfa Alvarez y P. Mufioz Seca, 
Madrid. 35502a 

Pastoral; [by R. GrifRn] adapted for lyceum 
performances, Sunday schools, etc. p. 23-29. 
12°. (In his The dead rabbit riot, A. D. 
1857. [New York] The author [1915] ) 

© Nov. 26, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 
A: 420099; Richard Griffin, New York. 

35502b 

comedy of the olden days in 3 acts, by F. L. 



Davis. 123 p. 12°. 

© July 21, 1910; 2c. July 26, 1910; D: 
21639; Frederic Lawrence Davis, Washing- 
ton. 35503 

Pastorale; by H. H. McGinnis and R. L. Stamp. 
© H. H. McGinnis and R. L. Stamp, La- 
doga, Ind. ; D : 11137, Aug. 8, 1907. 35504 

Pastores (Los); comedia en 2 actos, original de 
G. Martinez Sierra. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1913. 48 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36528; Gregorio Martinez Sierra, Madrid. 

35504a 

a Mexican play of the nativity, translation, 



introduction and notes by M. R. Cole, with 
illustrations and music. Boston and New 
York, For the American folk-lore society, by 
Houghton, Mifflin and company. 1907. xxxi p., 
1 1.. 234 p., 1 1. front., 8 pi. 8°. (Half title: 
Memoirs of the American folk-lore society, 
V. ix, 1907) 

© American folk-lore society. United States ; 
A : 170556, Mar. 8, 1907 ; 2c. IMar. 13, 1907. 

35504b 

Pastores (The) of San Antonio; tr. and adap- 
tions with original matter in 4 scenes, by J. B. 
Carringtou. [32] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 15, 1913 ; D : 35347 ; John B. Car- 
ringtou, San Antonio. 35505 

Pastorius and the founding of Germantown; 
by F. Leibig. [10] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11, 1911 ; D : 23617 ; Frank Lei- 
big, Philadelphia. 35506 

Pastor's evening party; or. Fun among the 
actors, an original dramatic conceit. 

© Antonio Pastor, New York ; 1880 : 20120, 
Dec. 28. 35507 



ms 



35508 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35527 



Pasture (The) of the golden calf; in 4 acts, by 
F. Landis. 66 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1911; D: 25405; Frederick 
Landis, Logansport, Ind. 35508 

Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man; or, Hey 
diddle-diddle, the cat's got the fiddle, a 
comic pantomime In 1 act, by the Martinetti 
brothers. 

© Julian Martiuetti, New York ; 1871 : 6882, 
July 22. 35509 

Pat and his countrymen; a dialog for two boys, 
bv Clara J. Denton. Lebanon, O., March bros., 
1907. 7 p. 12°. 

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 11276, Sept. 
3. 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 26, 1907. 35510 

Pat and the genii; a comedy in 1 act, by Ed- 
numd Day and T. Nawn. Typewritten. 

© Thos. Nawn, Memphi.s, Tenn. ; 1900 A : 
10299, Apr. 23 ; 2c. Apr. 23. 35511 

Pat Carmichael's sister; a play in 3 acts, by 
Mary Kelly. 90 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1909; D : 16417 ; Norman 
Tharp, New York. 35512 

Pat rianigan's logic. See Uncle Jacob's 
money. 

Pat in fairyland; comic opera in 3 acts, libretto 
by E. E. Marcy, music by Emma Marcy Ray- 
mond. 

© E. E. Marcy, New York ; 1888 : 1213, Jan. 
10. 35513 

Pat Mcrree, the Irish patentee; a farce in 1 
act, by Geo. Perkins. Clyde,. O., Ames pub- 
lisbing company. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1898 : 9366, Feb. 
3; 2c. Feb. 9. 35514 

Pat, the apothecary; a farce in 2 acts, by O. E. 
Young. Chicago, T. S. Denison [1902] 18 p. 
12". 

© T. S. Denison, Cbicago ; D : 24.52, Oct. 8, 
1902; 2c. Nov. 13, 1902. 35515 

Fat White's gaiety girls musical extrava- 
ganza and burlesquers. 23 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Clifford W. Grant, Cincinnati; D : 9737, 
Jan. 2. 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 7. 1907. 35516 

Pata (La) de gallo; monologo c6mico en prosa, 
originnl de Antonio Paso y Joaquin Abati. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1914. 
14 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1014; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38186; A. Paso y J. Abati. Madrid. 35516a 

Patacake, patacake. baker's man. See Pat-a- 
cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man. 



Patachon; comedie en 4 actes, par Maurice Hen- 
nequin et Felix Duquesnel. Paris, Librairie 
Charpentier et Fasquelle, 1907. 255 p. 12°. 

© M. Hennequin, F. Duquesnel et Eugene 
Fasquelle, Paris ; D : 11835, Nov. 30, 1907 ; 2c. 
Nov. 30, 1907; 2c. Dec. 30, 1907. 35517 

Patapsco (The); a comic opera in 2 acts, by L. 
Malloy. composed by Elliott Woods. Balti- 
more. The Baltimore Ameiican job printing 
oflice [18941 48 p. 16°. [Libretto only] 

© Louise Mallov, Baltimore; 1894:51155, 
Nov. 2 ; 2c. Dec. 3. 35518 

Patch (The) of blue sky; dramatic composition 
in 1 act, by G. Knapp. 21, [1] p. f °. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. :\Iay 20, 1911 ; D : 242.50 ; Grace 
Knapp, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; 35519 

Patch (A) of wild oats; 1 act skit, by K. B. 
Benite. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 8, 1915; D: 40595; Katherine 
Burke Benite, San Francisco. 35519a 

Patchon (The); a comedy, by .1. Meakins. 

© James IMeakius, New York; 1891:2124, 
Jan. 13. 35520 

Patchwork; an original musical comic absurdity 
in 1 act, by N. Salsbury. 

© N. Salsburv, United States; 1875:8410, 
Aug. 14. 35521 

the Salsbury troubadours in their comic ab- 
surdity. 

© N. Salsbury, United States; 1875:11620, 
Nov. 5. 35522 

specialty farce, by Nettie H. Pelham, con- 
clusion to The belles of Blackville, a negro 
minstrel entertainment by Nettie H. Pelham. 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1897: 
52641. Sept. 20; 2c. Oct. 7. 35523 

See also Belles (The) of Blackville. 

Pate (Der) des todes; operin einem vorspiel und 

3 aufziigen, von Max Egger. Hannover, Ver- 
* lag L. Oertel, 1911. 32 p. 8°. 

© Oct. 30, 1911 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1912 ; D : 2^54 ; 
Louis Oertel, Hannover, Germany. 35524 

Patent applied for; a realistic comedy drama in 

4 acts, by Elmer Ellsworth Vance. [127] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Elmer E. Vance, Columbus, O. ; 1893: 
24548, May 20 ; 2c. June 23. 35525 

Patent-rights. 

© Harrv V. Vogt, Camden, N. J.; 1888: 
2000, Jan. 18. 35526 

• by F. Marsden. 

© Fred JNIarsden, New York ; 1885 : 26217, 
Dec. 14. 35527 



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35528 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35545 



Patent-rightsman (The); an original comedy 
in 4 acts, by F. C. Wells. 

© Furman Chadwick Wells, New York; 
1876 : 2271, Feb. 23. 35528 

Patent (The) washing machine; or, The lov- 
er's dilemma, an original farce in 1 act, by E. 
Henri Bauman. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames [1887] 
1 p. 1., 7 p. 12°. ([Ames' series of standard 
and minor drama, no. 217]) 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1887 : 4763. Feb. 
28; 2c. Feb. 28. 35529 

Pater (Le) See Forgiveness. — Our father. — 
Paternoster. 

Paternal (A) burglar. See Accommodating 
(An) crook. 

Paternite; comedie en 1 acte, [par] Max du 
Veuzit. Paris, C. .loubert, 1912. 26 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 28, 1912; 2c. Jan. 21, 1913; D: 
.32014; .Joubert, Paris. 35530 

Paternoster; by Aimee Lenalie. 26 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Hilda England, New York ; D : 8297, Apr. 
7, 1906; 2c. Sept. 24, 1906. 35531 

play in 1 act, by Frangois Coppee, tr. by 

Will Hutchins. New York. S. French; Lon- 
don, S. French, ltd. [1915] 2 p. 1., 3-29 p. 12°. 
([The world's best plays by celebrated Euro- 
pean authors, B. H. Clark, general ed.] ) 

© Feb. 12, 1915; 2c. Feb. 15, 1915; D: 
39680; Samuel French, New York. 35531a 

or. Forgiveness, a 1 act drama in verse, tr. 

by permission of Frangois Coppge, author of 
the original in French, Le Pater, by C. Re- 
nauld. 

© Charles Renauld, New York ; 1890 : 9204. 
Mar. 21 ; 2c. Mar. 25. 35532 

Path (The) of a planet; an original drama in 
5 acts, by R. Ganthony. 

© Richard Ganthony, Chicago ; 1886 : 24493, 
Oct. 30. 35533 . 

Path of crime; a melodrama in 4 acts, by Eric 
Braddon [pseud, of W. .L Benners] 

© William .7. Benners, Wayne, Pa. ; D : 
.5566, Sept. 26, 1904. 35534 

Path (The) of duty; a drama in 4 acts, by .T. 
Adams. [101] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Justin Adams, Chelsea, Mass. ; D : 3061. 
Feb. 27, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 12, 1903. 35535 

Path (The) of glory; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Nyitray and Byron Ongley. 84 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. .Tune 1. 1912; D: 29850; Enii! Nyitray. 
New York. 35536 

17 



Path (The) of life; fantasy in 1 act, by H. W. 
Bible. [2], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 29, 1913; D: 34572; Howard 
Wiswall Bible, New York. 35537 

Path of the wicked; play in 4 acts, by Lincoln J. 
Kibbey. [79] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Major A. Hunt, Midland. Mich.; D: 
6872, June 24, 1905 ; 2e. June 24, 1905. 35538 

Path (The) of thorns; or, Anna Karenina, a 
drama in 3 acts, by Otis Lincoln Colburn, 
based on characters and incidents of Tolstoy's 
Anna Karenina. [36] p. f°. [106] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© O. L. Colburn. Chicago ; D : 10141, Mar. 14. 
1907 ; 2c. Mar. 14, 1907. 35539 

Pathetic romance of a young girl. See Pariah 
(The) 

Pathfinder; a play in 4 acts, dramatized from J. 
Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking tales, by 
W. Albert Hawkes. ' 

© Mary E. Hawkes, New York ; D : 7307. 
June 22, 1905. 35540 

or. Humanity, drama in 3 acts, by A. H. 

Hassey. 58 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1915 ; D : 39468 ; A. Hermione 
Hassey, Brooklyn. 35540a 

Pathfinders (The); a vaudeville in 2 acts, by 
C. A. Shaw. [41] p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. A. Shaw, Washington ; D : 5371, 
Aug. 3, 1904; Ic. Aug. 3, 1904. 35541 

Paths (The) of virtue. See Sentiers (Les) de 
la vertu. 

Patience. See Dancing operettas. — Dutch 
Patience. 

Patience exhausted; by F. Cromwell. 15 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Frederic Cromwell, New York ; D : 14367. 
Nov. 25, 1908; 2c. Dec. 3, 1908. 35542 

Patience rewarded; formerly called. The two 
shades of life, in 4 acts, by Henry Southall. 
[214] p. 4°. Ms. 

© Godfrey Jepson, Chelsea, Mass. ; 1889 : 
30684, Oct. 9; Ic. Oct. 9. 35543 

Patience Winne. See Colony girl. 

Patient (The); comedy in 1 act, by H. A. Con- 
vissar and M. Marmer. 28 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1912; D: 31364; Henry A. 
Convissar and Maurice Marmer, Brooklyn. 

35544 

drama in 3 acts, by H. L. Jackson. [96] p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 19, 1911; D : 24241 ; Harry L. 
.Tackson, Brooklyn. 35545 



80 



35546 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35565 



Patinillo (El); sainete tie S. y J. Alvarez-Quin- 
tero, con mfisica del maestro Geronimo Gim- 
6nez. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 
1910. 49 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© May 19, 1910 ; 2c. May 20, 1910 ; D : 21081 ; 
Seraffn & Joaquin Alvarez-Quintero, Matlrid. 

35546 

Patria e donna; episodio della guerra italo-aus- 
triaca del 1859, dramma in nn prologo e 4 atti, 
[di] S. Abbanionte. New York, A. Cappa- 
bianca. 1907. 125 p. 12°. 

© Salvatore Abbamonte, New York ; D : 
11916, Dec. 3, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 26. 1907. 35547 

Patria y bandera; zarzuela dramatica en 1 
acto, dividido en un prologo, 2 cuadros y un 
epHogo, original y en verso de E. Prieto y M. 
Mendez, mGsica del maestro Teodoro San 
Jos§. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espaiiolesl 
1909. 48 p. 12°. [Words only] 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24. 1909; D: 
16890; Enrique Prieto y Miguel Mendez, Ma- 
drid. 35548 

Patriarch's (The) curse; an original drama, by 
L. D. Shears. 

© L. D. Shears, New York; 1884:9151. 
May 2. 35549 

Patricia; by G. Guetary. 

© Garme Guetary, New York; D:8394. 
Apr. 21, 1906. 35550 

a drama in 4 acts, by L. A. Walter. 

© Lewis A. Walter, Louisville ; D : 11187. 
Aug. 15, 1907. 35551 

an operatic sketch, libretto by G. Guetary, 

music by G. Guetary and Augusta Osborn, 
English version by Augusta Osborn. 5 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© G. Guetary, New York; D : 10303, Apr. 
10, 1907; 2c. Apr. 10. 1907. 35552 

a tragedy, by M. St. Felix [pseud, of Har- 
riet Louise Lynch] 

© Marie St. Felix. New York; 1895:1414.3. 
Mar. 11 ; 2c. Oct. 22. 35553 

or, The unknown martyr, a drama in 4 

acts, by V. Rev. F. Felix. Baltimore, Md.. 
New York, John Murphy company, 1906. 58 p. 
16°. 

© John Murphy co., Baltimore ; D : 8515. 
May 11, 1906 ; 2c. May 17, 1906. 35554 

Patrick Casey, jr., a bootblack detective. 6 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© George W. Kingsbury, New York ; D : 
11799, Nov. 25, 1907; 2c. Nov. 25, 1907. 

35555 

Patrick Eastgate Sullivan; by C. H. Bryan. 
© Chireuce H. Bryan, Chicago; D: 12495, 
Mar. 6, 1908. 35556 



Patrick Henry, 
matic form. 



Sec Historical stories in dra- 



Patrick Henry V; a centennial burlesque in 1 
act, by K. Philp. 

© Kenwanl Philp, United States; 1876: 
55.55, Jlay 6. 35557 

Patrick's day parade; original Irisli song, words 
and music by E. Harrigan. 

© Edward Harrigan, Brooklyn; 1874:4422, 
Apr. 3 ; 2c. Apr. 10. 35558 

Patrick's ward; play in 4 acts, by W. 1. Cohn. 
42 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 25, 1911; D: 25301; William 
Isaac Cohn, Fort Smith, Ark. 35559 

Patrick's wish; original sketch, by J. J. Cook. 
[1], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 17. 1913 ; D : 35372 ; James 
.Tosepli Cook, Si\n Francisco. 35560 

Patrie; historical drama in 5 acts, 8 scenes, by 
Victor! en Sardou, tr. from the French bv 
Barrett H. Clark. Garden City, N. Y., Double- 
day, Page & CO., 1915. xxiii, 203 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 15, 1915 ; 2c. Apr. 19, 1915 ; D : 40395 ; 
Douhledav, Page & co.. Garden City, N. Y. 

35560a 

Patriot (The); a comedy drama in 3 acts, by G. 
Little. Typewritten. 

© George Little, New York; 1889:6318, 
Feb. 25 ; Ic. Feb. 25. 35561 

play in 4 acts, by W. Hurlbut. 104 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. .June 10, 1915; D: 40893; William 
Hurlbut, New York. 35561a 



[105] 



^play in 3 acts, by M. C. Wentworth. 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 22, 1913; D : 32747 ; Marion 
Craig Wentworth, Boston. 35562 

■ a romantic drama in 3 acts, founded on 

Paul Kevere's ride, by Thomas Littlefield 
Marble. Philadelpliia, The Penn publishing 
company, 1906. 31 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia; D : 9273, 
Oct. 19, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 19, 1906. 35563 

Patriot and tory; a military drama of Revolu- 
tionary times in 4 acts, by E. B. Coigne, a 
dramatization of book of the same name by 
Edward S. Ellis. [1], 47 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Aug. 25, 1909 ; D : 16630 ; Elois Brous 
Coigne, Philadelphia. 35564 

Patriot and traitor; a tragedy in 5 acts, by I. T. 
Whittaker. Lincoln, Neb., 1902. 67 p. 12°. 

© Ira T. Whittaker, Lincoln, Neb.; D: 
1,3.39. .Tan. 27, 1902; 2c. June 16, 1902. 35565 

Patriot (The) band. Sec Cupid's colors 



1781 



35565 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35578 



Patriot (The) girl; patriotic comedy in 2 acts, 
bv Lilian F. Chandler. Philadelphia, Penn 
pub. CO., 1914. 23 p. 12°. 

® Feb. 2, 1914 ; 2c. Feb. 4, 1914 ; D : 35907 ; 
Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 35565a 

Patriot sons, 1776; a drama in 4 acts, founded 
on the Revolutionary war, containing 4 alle- 
gorical tableaux, by J. Lewis. 

© Joseph Lewis, Framingham, Mass. ; 
1876 : 11820, Oct. 20 ; 2c. Oct. 20. 35566 

Patriot (A) spy; or, On neutral ground, a ro- 
mantic and picturesque drama in 4 acts, by 
L. H. Y. Denipsey. Typewritten. 

© Lavinia H. Van Westervelt Dempsey, New 
York ; 1899 : 71286, Nov. 1 ; 2c. Nov. 1. 35567 

See also Guiding star. 



Patriot-traitor (The); tragedie in 4 acts, by 
E. G. Browne. [1], 78 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 23, 1911; D: 23731; Eber G. 
Browne, Hanford, Cal. 35568 

Patriotic Christmas drill; for nine children, by 
W. I. Utterback. 4 p. 8°. Printed. 

© C. V. Strickland & son, Huntington, Ind. ; 
D : 2335, Sept. 10, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1902. 

35569 

Patriotic (The) peanut stand; play in 2 acts, 
by Willis N. Bugbee. Franklin, O., Eldridge 
entertainment house, 1913. 23 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 15, 1913; 2c. Dec. 26, 1913; D: 
35449; Eldridge entertainment house, Frank- 
lin, O. 35570 

Patriotic plays and pageants for young peo- 
ple; by Constance D'Arcy Mackay . . . New 
York, H. Holt and company, 1912. viii, 223 p. 
12°. 

© Mar. 23, 1912; 2c. Apr. 6, 1912; A: 
309800 ; Henry Holt & co., New York. 35571 

Patriotic plays, tableaux and recitations; 
comp. bv J. W. Darrow. Chatham, N. Y., 1915. 
48 p. 8°. 

Dramatic contents : The good angels of 
Valley Forge. 

© Mar. 26, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Apr. 2, 1915 ; 
A : 397498 ; .Tames Wallace Darrow, Chatham, 
N. Y. 35571a 

Patriotism; play in 1 act, by Anna Wynne. 10 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1915 ; D : 39808 ; Anna Wynne 
O'Ryan, New York. 35571b 

sketch, by J. H. Morris. 16 p. 4°. Type- 

Tvritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 13, 1914 ; D : 38476 ; John Henry 
Morris, San Francisco. 35571c 



Patriotism — Continued. 

-sketch, by J. S. Barcus, .song selections by 

Henry Vogel. [2], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

[Words only] 

© Ic. Nov. 12. 1914; D : 38925 ; James S. 
Barcus, New York. 35571d 

Patriotism in rags. Sec Cliveden. — Washing- 
ton and the Chew house. 

Patriots; historical melodramatic play in 5 acts 
and 9 tableaux, tr. adapted, and dramatized 
by A. Corbett. 

© Adolphe Corbett, New York; 1883:278, 
Jan. 5. 35572 

- — —a laureate centennial drama of the Inter- 



national dramatic competition of Paris, 1876, 
by Fernando Armant. 

© Samuel Jamison, jr., and James M. Hoff- 
man, New York ; 1876 : 4517, Apr. 13. 35573 

libretto in 4 acts, by M. Armstrong. 75 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. acts 1, 2, 4, Feb. 10, 1914; Ic. act 3, 
Mar. 6, 1914; D : 36278 ; Marie Armstrong, 
Highland Park, 111. 35573a 

a national historical drama in 5 acts, or 7 



tableaux, by F. Armant. 

© Fernando Armant, New Orleans; 1881: 
14205, Sept. 17. 35574 



— 1 act war tragedy, by F. Haines-Reed. 24 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1915; D: 40579; Florence 
Haines-Reed, Los Angeles. 35574a 

a patriotic and romantic opera in 3 acts. 



by W. Carter and J. Adler. 

© William Carter. Definnce, O.. and Julius 
Adler, Philadelphia; 1895:26759, May 16. 

35575 



Same. Philadelphia, The authors. 

© Carter and Adler. Philadelphia ; 1895 : 

35576 



58097. Nov. 18; 2c. July 25. 



— play in 1 act, by I. L. Ehrlich. 27 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 2. 1915 ; D : 39833 ; Ida Lublen- 
ski Ehrlich, New York. 35576a 

a play in 3 acts, by [S.] L. Robinson. Dub- 



lin & London, Maunsel & company, ltd., 1912. 
4 p. ]., 49, [5] p. 12°. 

© Apr. 11, 1912; 2c. June 17, 1912; D: 
29992 ; S. Lennox Robinson, Ballineen, Co. 
Cork, Ireland. 35577 

— or, Scenes and incidents of the Revolu- 
tion, an American patriotic drama in 4 acts, 
arr. by H. Mayer. 

© Herman INIayer, Massillon, O. ; 1876: 8525, 
July 18; 2c. July 18. 35578 



1782 



35579 



COPYBIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35595 



Patriots — Continued. 

or, The call of duty, play in 4 acts, by C. H. 

Whitmore. [2]. 59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© lo. Dec. 6. 1912 : D : 31604 ; Clara Helen 

Whitmore, Tompkinsville, N. Y. 35579 

Patriot's (The) dream. Sec Flower (The) of 
Connamara. 

Patriot's (The) fate. See Erin's dream. 

Patrol (The); an original melodrama in 4 acts, 
by S. Marble. Typewritten. 

© Scott Marble. Chicago ; 1890 : 39482, Dec. 
13 ; 2c. June 26, 1891. 35580 

See also Police (The) patrol. 

Patron (A) of art; by Dora AdSle Shoemaker. 
Philadelphia, The Penn publishing company, 
1901. 19 p. 16*. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; D : 552, 
June 6, 1901 ; 2c. June 5. 35581 

a 1 act play, by E. B. Comins. 

© Elizabeth Barker Comins, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. ; D : 11644, Nov. 1, 1907. 35582 

• See also Four acting- monologues. 

Patronne (La); piece en 5 actes [par Maurice 
Donnav] [Paris, Impr. de I'lllustration. 
1908] *2 p. 1., 110 p. 8°. 

© Maurice Donnay, Paris; D : 14490. Dec. 
10, 1908; 2c. Dec. 10, 1908. 35583 

Patrons of husbandry vs. monopoly. See 
Grang-ers (The) 

Pat's awakening; by Thomas J. Nawn. 9 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© T. J. Nawn, Philadelphia ; D : 9895, Feb. 2. 
1907 ; 2c. Jan. 14, 1907. 35584 

Pat's excuse. See Short plays for small play- 
ers. 

Pat's inheritance; play in 1 act, by L. E. Atkin- 
son. [7] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 6, 1915; D : 42189 ; Leroy R. 
Atkinson, Oakland, Cal. 35584a 

Pat's little spree; sketch, by K. L. Dalliba. 19 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1915; D : 41307 ; K. Lyon 
Dalliba, London. 35584b 

Pat's wardrobe; an original comedy in 3 acts. 
© Pat Rooney, New York; 1886:12749. 
June 1. 35585 

Patsy; comedy melodrama in 4 acts, by E. 
Lawshe. [149] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 24, 1914 ; D : 35778 ; Er Lawshe, 
New York. 35585a 

Patsy and the lawyer; by M. Keene. 19 p. 4°. 

© Ic. Apr. 5, 1910 ; D : 20715 ; Mattie Keene, 

New York. 35586 



Patsy Bolivar; by C. Wilbur. 

© Clarence Wilbur, Winthrop Beach, Mass. ; 
D : 1538, Mar. 10, 1902. 35587 

Patsy from Dakota; comedy in 3 acts, by Eve- 
lyn AVatson. Franklin. O., Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, 1914. 36 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1914 ; D : 39156; 
Eldridge entertainment house, Franklin, O. 

35587a 

Patsy in politics; by Goo. Totten Smith. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© P. H. Sullivan, New York ; D : 9193, Oct. 
4. 1906; 2c. Oct. 4, 1906. 35588 

Patsy O'Hare; or, The shamrocks of Ireland, 
an Irish drama in 4 acts, by Thos. J. Finni- 
gan. Clyde, O.. Ames' publishing co., 1903. 
21 p. 16°. (Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 438) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; D : 2872, Jan. 
19. 1903; 2c. Jan. 21, 1903. 35589 

Patsy O'Wang-; <in Irish farce with a Chinese 
mixup, by T. S. Denison. Chicago, T. S. Deni- 
son. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1895 : 35804, July 
9; 2c. Aug. 24. 35590 

Patsy's day off. 

© Clarence R. Wilbur, Winthrop Beach, 
Mass. ; D : 3731, July 9, 1903. 35591 

Patter-iot-ism; vaudeville sketch, by Daniel J. 
Fingalton and Allen Spencer Tenney. 16 p. 
f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Jan. 31, 1914 ; D : 35865 ; George Car- 
son and Jacob Willard, Philadelphia. 35591a 

Pattes de monche; com§die en 3 actes, par Vic- 
torion Sardou, ed. with notes and vocabulary 
by W. O. Farnsworth. . . . Boston, New York 
[etc.] D. C. Heath Sc co. [1911] vi, 151 p. 
16°. 

© Nov. 24, 1911; 2c. Nov. 29, 1911; A: 
300782 ; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 35592 

• a comedy in 3 acts, by Victorien Sardou. 

© F. Rullman, New York ; 1888 : 27477, Sept. 
27 ; 2c. Oct. 13, 1889. 35593 

■ See also Scrap of paper. 



Patti Rosa in Criss-cross; or. Criss-cross land- 
ing-, by R. L. Scott. 

© Robt. L. Scott, Chicago ; 1882 : 6500, Apr. 
24. 35594 

Patty packs a bag; comedietta in 1 act, by Da- 
vid Garrow. New York, S. French ; London, 
S. French, ltd., 1911. 24 p. 12°. ([French's 
acting ed., no. 2385]) 

© Apr. 12, 1911; 2c. Apr. 13, 1911; D: 
23934 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 35595 



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35615 



Patty perhaps; farce comedy in 3 acts, by C. A. 
Powell. [581 P- f°- Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Ian. 9, 1911 ; D : 23061 ; Chas. A. Pow- 
ell, Omaha, Neb. 35596 

Paudeen Rhue; Irish drama, 3d act. [6] p. 8°. 
Typewritten. 

© John E. Macarthey, Akron, 0.; 1892: 

481.5, Jan. 30; 2c. Jan. 30. 35597 

Paul and Louise; drama in 5 acts, from the 
French of Adolph Dennery, by A. Ayres. 

© Alfred Ayres, United States; 1885:6478, 
Mar. 18. 35598 

Paul and Marguerite; a romantic sensational 
drama in 5 acts, tr. and adapted from the 
F'rencli, by Charles H. Morton. 

© J. S. Houghton, Philadelphia; 1875: 
11265, Oct. 28. 35599 

Paul & Tekla, See Golden lever. 

Paul and the jailer. See Good (The) Samari- 
tan, and other Bible stories dramatized. 

Paul and Virginia; play in 5 acts, by E. Eisner. 
[86] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edward Eisner, New York; D:2031. 
June 21, 1902 ; 2c. June 21, 1902. 35600 



— ■ Same, with changes in the original cast, in 
the synopsis and in act 5. 5 p. 4°, Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Edward Eisner, New York; D:2629, 
Nov. 18, 1902 ; 2c. Nov. 14, 1902. 35601 

a romantic play, by Olive Logan, adapted 



from de Saint-Pierre. 

© Olive Logan Sikes, Washington ; 1889: 
5207, Feb. 14. 35602 

Paul Arackneeda, the ogrillon; or, In the 17th 
century, a tragic romance in 4 acts, by E. 
Brandt. [107] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Edwin Brandt, New York ; D : 1966, June 
6, 1902 ; 2c. .Tune 4, 1902. 35603 

Paul before Agrippa; a drama, based on Acts 
25 and 26, by S. Grover. 

© Shelley Grover, St. Louis ; D : 5057, May 
21, 1904. 35604 



Paul Clifford. See 
(The) of Clifford. 



Captain Lovett. — Love 



Paul Grandet; a romantic drama in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by J. Parselle. New York, 1877. 

© .Tohn Parselle, United States; 1877:4873, 
Apr. 24. 35605 

Paul Griswold, M. D.; a comedy drama in 5 
acts, by C. J. Perry. 

© Charles J. Perry, Amsterdam, N. Y. ; 
1 890 : 17225, May 26. 35606 



Paul in Ephesus; play in 4 acts, by J. S. Miller. 
[2], 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. IMay 13, 1914 ; D : 37018 ; Joe S. Miller, 
Muncie, Ind. 35606a 

Paul Jones; an historical drama, by M. T. Allen. 

© Marie Townsend Allen, New York; D: 

354, Apr. 17, 1901. 35607 



opera comique in 3 acts, written by H. B. 

Fa rule, composed by Robert Planquette. New 
York, C. D. Koppel. 

© Charles D. Koppel, New York; 1890: 
30418, Oct. 2. 35608 

Paul Jonfes, a sea king. See Sword and scep- 
ter. 

Paul Xauvar; play in 5 acts, by Steele Mackaj^e. 
110 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1915 ; D : 41249 ; Harold Steele 
-Mackaye. New York. [Note: This play ap- 
peared in 1887 under the name of Anarchy] 

35608a 

Paul of Tarsus; or, Thekla, drama in 4 acts, 
by C. Teller. 

© Charlotte Teller, New York; D : 3883, 
Aug. 31, 1903. 35609 

Paul Revere; by D. L. Mitchell. 

© Dodson L. Mitchell, New York; 1900 A: 
30962, Dec. 22. 35610 

— — a drama in 4 acts, by W. L. Lockwood. 

© William L. Lockwood, Saratoga, N. Y. ; 



D : 1979, May 28, 1902. 



35611 



— 'Patriotic comedy in 3 acts, by J. W. Dodge. 
[40] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 21, 1911 ; D : 25286 ; John Wil- 
son Dodge, Hillsdale, Mich. 35612 

a play in 4 acts, by W. A. Snow. [104] p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter Augustine Snow, Somerville, 

Mass.; D:3162, Mar. 19, 1903; 2c. Mar. 19. 

1903. 35613 

or, The midnight ride of Paul Revere, a 

romantic historical comedy in 4 acts, by R. 
Buhler and D. A. Weis. [86] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Richard Buhler and David A. Weis, 
Brooklyn ; D : 4353, Nov. 23. 1903 ; 2c. Nov. 23. 
1903. 35614 



Paul Revere and the battle of Lexington. 
Historical stories in dramatic fonn. 



See 



Paul Revere and the Sons of liberty; or. Bos- 
ton in 1776, a play of the Revolution, pro- 
logue and 5 pts., by J. S. .Tones. 

© .Joseph S. Jones, Boston ; 1876 : 37, Jan. 3. 

35615 



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35633 



Paul Revere and the Sons of liberty — Contd. 
Same. 

© Nathaniel D. Jones, North Scituate, 
Mass., in renewal for 14 years from Jan. 3. 
1904; A: 63554, July 8, 1903. 35616 

Paul Revere's ride; by Eliza Gregoi-y Jackson. 
75 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Huntington Wolcott Jackson. Washing- 
ton ; D : 189, Mar. 8, 1901 ; 2c. Dec. 28. 

25617 

a dramatic composition combining introduc- 
tory lecture and poem of Henry Wadsworth 
Longfellow, by C. E. Pel ton. [18] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Charles E. Pelton, Boston ; D :9702, Dec. 
26, 1906; 2c. Dec. 17, 1906. 35618 



See also Patriot (The) 

Paul Revere's ride to Concord. 
cry. 



See Midnight 



Paul Reynolds, crank; comedy in 4 acts, by 
M. Walsh. 

© Marie Walsh, Brooklyn ; 1896 : 28730. 
May 11. 35619 

Paul Scarron; a comedy in 3 acts, by M. Fair- 
weather. [87] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mary Fairweather, New York ; D : 11552, 
Oct. 14, 1907; Ic. Oct. 8, 1907; Ic. Oct. 25. 
1907. 35620 

Paul, the page. See Mischief. 

Paul Vedder; a comedy drama in 5 acts, by G. A. 
Pierce. Chicago, 1881. 

© Gilbert A. Pierce, United States; 1881: 
4699, Mar. 28. 35621 

Paula; a drama in 3 acts, liy De Witte Kaplan 
[pseud, of Y. De W. Kaplan] [72] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 6. 1910; D : 21781 ; Ysabel De 
Witte Kaplan, Englewood. N. J. 35622 



— dramatic playlet in 1 act, by P. Benton 
and E. Hanemann. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 16, 1914 ; D : 36640 ; Paul Ben- 
ton and Edna Hanemann, Seattle. 35622a 

a new and original drama in 4 acts, by 



P. Gibson. 

© Preston Gibson, Chicago ; D : 2740, Dec. 
19, 1902. [For copies reed, see D : 3056] 

35623 



— Same. 123 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Preston Gibson, Chicago ; D : 3056. Feb. 
20, 1903; 2c. Jan. 31, 1903. 35624 



Paula macht alles; operetten-posse in 4 bildern, 
von Bernhard Buchbinder. musik von Rudolf 
Raimann. [158] p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzman- 
sky). Vienna; D : 15446. Mar. 25, 1909; 2c. 
Mar. 27, 1909; 2c. (printed) June 17, 1909. 

35625 

Pauletta; or. The silver whistle, an original 
comic opera in 4 acts, by C. W. Krogman. 
Libretto. 

© Carrie Williams Krogman, Dorchester, 
Mass.; 1889:21619. July 12; 2c. Sept. 28. 

35626 

Paulina; or, Guy Earlscourt's wife, a play in 5 
acts, by J. H. Leroy. 

© Adelaide M. Oliver, San Francisco; 1876: 
2419, Feb. 28 ; 2c. Feb. 28. 35627 

Pauline; a drama in 5 acts, by Dr. North West 
[pseud, of A. M. Smith] 

© Alice M. Smith, Tacoma ; D : 2731. Dec. 
18, 1902. 35628 

-play in 4 acts, by B. Israeli. 102 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 2. 1911; D: 25140; Baruch 
Israeli, Washington. 35629 

— a tragedy in 4 acts, in blank verse, by 
Arthur Grain. 

© A. H. Grain, St. Louis ; D : 9208, Oct. 6, 
1906. 35630 

Pauline Blanchard; drame, en 6 actes, par A. 
Humblat. 

© Alfred Humblat, Paris; 1891:29599, 
Aug. 19. 35631 

Pauline Darcy; a drama in 4 acts, by Alice 
Maude Smith and Lucius Junius Henderson. 
108 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. M. Smith and L. J. Henderson, United 
States ; D : 5986, Dec. 27, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 31, 1904. 
[Note : Information was received by corre- 
spondence in 1906 that The strength of the 
weak was then in use as a secondary title lor 
this drama] 35632 

See also Modern (A) Perdita. 



Pauline Pavlovna; arr. for play presentation, 
poem by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, stage-busi- 
ness bv Marion Short. New York, Edgar S. 
Werner & co., 1914. 32 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 24, 1914; 2c. Dec. 29, 1914; D: 
.39217, Edgar S. Werner, New York. 35632a 

Paulinetti and Piquo; a dramatic composition 
in 1 act, by P. H. Thurber. 

© Phillip Henry Thurber, New York ; 1898 : 
20617, Mar. 31. 35633 



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35634 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35654 



Paulo wna, princess of Moscow; a drama in 5 
acts, by A. C. Butts. 

© Arthur C. Butts, New York ; 1899 : 18130, 
Mar. 10; 2c. Mar. 10. 35634 

play in 5 acts and 7 scenes, by A. C. Butts. 

© Arthur C. Butts, New York; D:3973, 
Sept. 19, 1903. 35635 

Paul's understudy; by C. Heverin. 

© Cator Heverin, New York ; 1900 A : 9843, 
Apr. 17. 35636 

Paulus Arvina; a tragedy, arr. from Henry Wil- 
liam Herbert's Roman traitor, by M. Herbert. 

© Morgan Herbert, New York ; 1889 : 4202, 
Feb. 5. 35637 

Pauper's (A) fortune; drama, by U. Akerstrom. 

© UUie Akerstrom, United States; 1893: 

51331, Nov. 17. 35638 

Pauper's (A) paradise; play in 4 acts, by J. W. 
Garner. [97] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Jacob W. Garner, Fulton, N. Y. ; D : 5710, 
Oct. 31, 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1904. 35639 

Pausanias and Xerxa, King Xerxes' daughter; 
historical drama in 5 acts, founded on an un- 
finished historical romance by Lord Lytton, 
bv H. M. Plum-Woehning. [New York, Burr 
printing house, 1904] 4 p. 1., 118 p. 12°. 

© Huberta M. Plum-Woehning, New York; 
D : 5135, June 6, 1904 ; 2c. Nov. 15, 1904. 

35640 

Pausanias, the Spartan; an historical tragedy 
in 5 acts, by J. J. Allen. 

© J. J. Allen, Ghicago; 1889:28.562, Sept. 
20. 35641 

Pauvre Sylvie. See Drames et comedies; par 
Blarguerite Dupr&s. 

Pauvrete (La) des riches; 1 acte, en vers [par 
Glews et Bernard] Paris, Librairie L. Vanier, 
A. Jlessein, succr., 1906. 64 p. 12°. 

© ?Ienry Clews, jr., Paris ; D : 8426, Apr. 
26, 1906 ; 2C. Apr. 26, 1906 ; 2c. June 11, 1906. 

35642 

Pave (Le) de Paris; a spectacular play in 12 
tableaux, by Adolphe Belot. 

© Brooks and Dickson, New York; 1883: 
9612, May 24. 35643 

Pavements (The) of Paris; a spectacular play 
in 12 tableaux, by Adolphe Bclot. 

© Brooks and Dickson, New York; 1883: 
9614, May 24. 35644 

Pavlo Grand; romantic comedy in 4 acts, by 
M. B. Douglas. 

© Minnie Blackistone Douglas, New York; 
D: 4014, Sept. 26, 1903. 35645 



Pavlo-Grande; a romantic play in 5 acts, by 
JM. B. Douglas. 

© Minnie Blackistone Douglas, Omaha, Neb. ; 
D : 143, Feb. 16, 1901. 35646 

Pawn (The); play in 4 acts, by J. E. Fillmore. 
146 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 26,~ 1915 ; D : 40186 ; John Eldon 
Fillmore, Fairfield, Conn. 35646a 

— by Mrs. G. N. Loomis. 52 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1912 ; D : 29680 ; Mrs. George 
Norman Loomis, New York. 35647 

satirical comedy in 3 acts, by T. F. Lan- 

gan. [1], 51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 20, 1914; D : 36778 ; Thomas 
Francis Langan, Ghicago. 35647a 

Pawn-ticket (The); play in 1 act, by C. H. R. 
Fischer. [1], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1914; D : 38971 ; Carl Her- 
mann Robert Fischer, New York. 35647b 

Pawnbroker (The); a melodramatic play with 
prologue and in 3 acts, by A. Roylance. 

© Alfred Rovlance, New York; 1890:41276, 
Dec. 26. 35648 



— -original tabloid melodrama in 3 acts, by 

Nelson Compston. 32 p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Oct. 15, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 9, 1914 ; D : 38749 ; 

Alex. Byers, Ghicago. 35648a 



play in 4 acts, by Platon Brounoff. 

© Platon G. Brounoff, New York ; D : 3954, 
Sept. 16. 1903. 35649 

Pawnbroker (The) and the actress; a character 
study in 1 act, by E. M. Shorey and Fred S. 
Campbell. 1 p. 1., 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1912; D: 29549; Ethel May 
Shorey, Lynn, Mass. 35650 

Pawnbroker (Der) von Harlem; lokal posse mit 
gesnng in 3 akten und 9 bildern, von E. 
Borenisky and M. Cohnheim, musik von vers- 
chiedencn componisten. 

© Eugene Boremsky and Max Cohnheim. 
New York ; 1882 : 3661, Mar. 8. 35651 

Pawned (The) saint; a comedy in 3 acts, from 
the German, by L. Gappiani. [47] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Louisa Gappiani, New York; D:487, 
May 20, 1901 ; 2c. May 20. 35652 

Pawnee Bill's pledge. See Oklahoma. 

Pawns; a play in 4 acts, by H. Hagedorn. 

© Hermann Hagedorn, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
D: 16049, June 11, 1909. 35653 

Same. 127 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 31, 1909; D: 16664; Hermann 
Hagedorn, Cambridge, Mass. 35654 



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35667 



Pawns of Allah; drama in 5 acts, by R. G. 
Brown. 98 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 3, 1910 ; D : 20100 ; Raymond G. 
Brown, Cambridge, Mass. 35655 

Pawns of war; play in 3 acts, by John Bos- 
worth Crocker. 117 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1915 ; D : 41485 ; Mary Arnold 
Childs Lewisohn, Columbus, O. 35655a 

Pawnshop (A) less. 

© Franl£ Finney and Walter Reed, Missoula, 
Mont. : 1898 : 23389, Apr. 13 ; 2c. Apr. 18. 

35656 

Pawnshop Nell; a drama in 1 act, by A. M. 
Smith. 

© Alice M. Smith, Tacoma ; D : 15905, Apr. 
12, 1909. 35657 

Pawty (De) ob de second pawt. See De pawty 
ob de second pawt. 

Pax tscum; a drama in 5 acts, by J. A. Bedel, 
cover-title, 38 p. 16°. Printed. 

© John A. Bedel, Belleville, 111. ; D : 2726. 
Dec. 8, 1902. 35658 

Pax vobiscum; a play of modern life in 4 acts. 

© Henry Bayntum, England; 1891:34374, 

Sept. 28. 35659 

Pay; comedy in 4 acts, by G. R. Chester and L. 
Chester. [107] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 26, 1915 ; D : 42091 ; George Ran- 
dolph Chester and Lillian Chester, New Tork. 

35659a 

play in 1 act and 2 scenes, by E. Verden. 

[2], 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 5, 1913; D: 34.328; Eleanor 
Verden, New York. 35660 

Pay-as-you-enter (The) man; comedy-drama of 
to-day in 4 acts, by M. H. Justice. [92] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 29, 1915; D: 42165; Maibelle 
Heikes Justice, New York. 35660a 

Pay-cash-clothes; comedy in 1 act, by Charlott'C 
Glendale Harris and Alan Storm [pseud, of 
G. Lipkind] 23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June '5, 1915 ; D : 40878 ; Goodman 
Lipkind, New York. 35660b 

Pay day; actless play, by O. D. Bailey and L. M. 
Meaney. 120 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 7, 1915; D: 41176; Oliver D. 
Bailey and Lottie M. Meaney, New York. 

35660c 

dramatic novelty in 1 act, by Carl A. Con- 
way. [8] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1914; D : 38439 ; C. Albert 
Conway, New York. 35660d 



Pay day — Continued. 

play in 3 acts, by F. Bruegger. 150 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 5, 1913; D: 33151; Frederick 
Bruegger, Chicago. 35661 



Same. 
© Ic. Sept. 28, 1914 ; D : 38348 ; Frederick 



Bruegger, Chicago. 
by J. Jex. [110] p. 4° 



35661a 

Typewritten. 
© Ic. Dec. 10, 1914; D: 39058; John Jex. 
Philadelphia. 35661b 

Pay-off (The); drama of American life, by Jean 
Kernan. 105 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1915; D : 39919 ; Eugene F. 
Kernan, New York. 35661c 

Pay (The) station girl; a monologue, by B. B. 
Hayward. 6 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Beatrice B. Havward, Wayland, Mass. ; 
D : 2818, Jan. 6, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 6. 1903. 35662 

Pay (The) train; comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
G. F. Dittmar. 

© George F. Dittmar. Jersey City ; 1891 : 
4392, Jan. 31. 35663 

by George and Charles Dittmar. [80] 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 29, 1914; D: 39230; Florence 
Bindley, Brooklyn. 35663a 

Pay up; play in 3 acts, by K. L. Dalliba, [2], 
103 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1914; D : 38480 ; Kate Lyon 
Dalliba, London. 35663b 

Payasos (Los); drama en 2 actos, letra y 
musica de R. Leoncavallo, versi6n castellana 
de Antonio Osete, en colaboracion con el di- 
rector orquesta Eduardo Vigil. Livret. test 
espaiiol. Milano, E. Sonzoguo, 1908. 43 p. 
12°. 

© Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan ; D : 13377, July 
20, 1908 ; 2c. July 20, 1908. 35664 

Paying' (The) guest; farcical comedy in 3 acts, 

by B. W. Hessel. [97] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 1914 ; D : 38048 ; Bee Wolfson 

Hessel, London. 35664a 

Paying his debts; drama in 4 acts and 6 scenes, 
by A. Downs. [65] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 1913; D: 34403; Adenia 
Downs, Detroit. 35665 

Paying (The) teller; an original drama, by W. 
Redmund. 

© William Redmund, Roxbury, Mass. ; 1892 : 
10686, Mar. 9. 35666 

5 acts, by W. Redmund. 

© William Redmund, New York; 1894: 
39183, Aug. 25 ; 2c. Sept. 22. 35667 



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35683 



Paying the fiddler; play in 4 acts, by J. J. 
Dunn. [Ill] p. 4°. Typev/ritteu. 

© ic. Apr. 8, 1914; D: 36642; James Jay 
Dunn, Hartford. 35667a 

Paying the penalty; a drama in 3 acts, by J. E. 
McNellie. 

© Jas. E. McNellie, West Baden, Ind. ; 1899 : 
68094, Oct. 19. 35668 



a society melodrama, by George Dannettell. 

© George W. Dannettell, Seymour, lud. ; 
1882 : 15794, Sept. 25. 35669 

Paying the piper; comedy for one male and six 
females, by Frances Aymar Mathews. New 
York. E. S. Werner & co., 1907. 13 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner & co., New York; D: 
11700, Nov. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 16, 1907. 35670 



— play in 4 acts, by F. B. Purdie. 137 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1913; D : 32829 ; Francis 
Baillie Purdie, St. Joseph, Mo. 35671 

by H. Osborne. [7], 118 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1912; D : 31062 ; Harry Os- 
borne, Chicago. 35672 

play in prologue and 3 acts, by A. E. Wup- 

permann. [50] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1914 ; D : 38919 ; Adolph Ed- 
ward Wuppermann, New York. 35672a 

play in prologue, epilogue and 3 acts, by 

Adolph Edward [pseud, of A. E. Wupper- 
mann] and Ralph Morgan. 130 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© ic. Mar. 20, 1915 ; D : 40127 ; Flora S. Wup- 
permann, New York, 35672b 

Paying the price. 116 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Georgia Cady Hicks Sears, Rochester, 
N. Y. ; D: 15522, Apr. 2, 1909; 2c. June 29, 
1909. 35673 

comedy drama in 3 acts, by Billie Burke. 

[2], 55 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1912 ; D : 30200 ; William Fran- 
cis Burke, New York. 35674 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by L. Thorn. 40 p. 

f°. Tj'pewritten. 

© Lewis Thorn, Paterson ; D : 15351, Mar. 
16, 1909; 2c. Mar. 16, 1909. 35675 

the game of life, in 4 acts, by Walter 

Hackett. [164] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Sol Litt, Chicago; D : 12809, Apr. 22, 
1908; 2c. Apr. 22, 1908. 35676 

M. 



Paying the rent; comedy in 1 act, by R 
Robinson. [2], 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 14, 1914; D: 35658; Raymond 
Marshall Robinson, Maiden, Mass. 35676a 



Paying the toll of now; drama in 4 acts, by a 
woman physician, E. .T. K. Covey. 66 p. f. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 19, 1912; D: 30574; Emma J. 
Keen Covey. Denver. 35677 

Paymaster (The); or, An Irishman's honor, a 
sensational comedy melodrama in 5 acts, by 
D. B. Harrison. 

© Duncan Bradley Harrison, San Fran- 
cisco ; 1888 : 8209, Mar. 19. 35678 

or, Dishonor's stain, a sensational comedy 

melodrama in 5 acts, by D. B. Harrison. 

© Duncan Bradley Harrison, San Fran- 
cisco ; 1888 : 8212, Mar. 19. 35679 

See also Dishonor's stain. — Irishman's 

(An) honor. 

Paysans lorrains. See Rural life. 

Pazzetta; drama in 5 acts, by A. Campbell. 82 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1911 ; D : 24442 ; Alcest Camp- 
bell, Denver. 35680 

Same. 95 p. f °. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1915 ; D : 40692 ; Alcest Camp- 



bell, Denver. 



35680a 



Peabody's pickles. 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Helen Clifford AVilbur, New Haven; D: 
14029, Oct. 10, 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 10, 1908. 35681 

Peace; allegorical play in 1 act, by M, Strong. 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 23, 1915; D : 39931 ; Malcolm 
Strong, San Francisco. 35681a 

allegorical playlet in 1 scene, by S. Karra- 

kis. [3], 12 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 17, 1914 ; D : 37876 ; Samuel Kar- 
rakis, Newark, N. J. 35681b 

comedy in 3 acts, by G. Jacobson. [86] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 11, 1914; D : 37299 ; Gershon 
Jacobson, Washington. 35681c 

• ^ original pageant play in 8 acts, by Robert 

Goldstein. 25 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1913 ; D : 33866 ; R. Goldstein, 
San Francisco. 35682 

spectacular historic and prophetic drama, 

by M. F. B. Loving. [2], 41 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 27, 1913 ; D : 33680 ; Mabel F. B. 
Loving, St. Joseph, Mo. 35683 

Peace and quiet; play in 3 acts, by E. M. Royle. 
135 p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1914 ; D : 39108 ; Edwin Milton 
Royle, Darien, Conn. 35683a 

See Bellona, 



Peace and war, 

1788 



35684 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35703 



Peace at home; sketch from the French of G. 
Courteline, by F. C. Fay. 23 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1910; D: 22878; Mls. F. C. 
Fay, New York. 35684 

Peace (The) commission; or, What might have 
happened after this war. Typewritten. 

© Frederick AVarren Donohoe, New York; 
1898 : 74046, Dec. 19 ; 2c. Dec. 19. 35685 

Peace (The) jubilee; a comedy in 4 acts, by F. 
Sexauer. 

© Frederick Sexauer, Canton, O. ; 1898 : 
72189, Dec. 12. 35686 

Peace manoeuvres; play in 1 act, by R. H. 
Davis. New Y'^ork, S. French ; London, Sam- 
uel French, ltd., 1914. 18 p. 12°. ([French's 
international copyrighted ed. of the works of 
the best authors, no. 278]) 

© Apr. 18, 1914; 2c. Apr. 20, 1914; D: 
36773; Richard Harding Davis, Mt. Kisco, 
N. Y. 35686a 

Peace (The) of the mines. See Heroine (The) 
of Butte. 

Peace (A) offering. See Lady Smith. 

Peace on earth; comedy in 1 act, by V. G. 
Visscher. 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1911; D: 23252; Viva Glenn 
Visscher, New York. 35687 

■ — —dramatic fragment based on history, in 3 
scenes, by H. O. Stechhan. 33 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 30, 1915 ; D : 41753 ; H. O. Stech- 
han, Long Beach, Cal. 35687a 

Peace to all nations; drama in 4 acts and 7 
scenes, by W. A. Woods. 35 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1915; D: 39321; William An- 
derson Woods, Pittsburgh. 35687b 

Peaceful (A) assault; an operetta for boys, by 
George Atherton. 

© Roxbury pub. co., New York ; 1899 : 
12655, Feb. 15; 2c. Feb. 15. 35688 

Peaceful Mr. Schoenbraeu; a comedy sketch, ' 
by A. and W. Hard. 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© William Hard and Anne Hard. Chicago ; 
D:9221, Oct. 12, 1906; 2c. Oct. 12, 1906. 

35689 

Peaceful (A) Sunday; by Reeda Kerfoot Mc- 
Culloch and Anna Hosea. 11 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© R. K. McCulloch, Indianapolis ; D : 11656. 
Nov. 4, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 4, 1907. 35690 

Peaceful Valley; original play in 3 acts, by E. E. 
Kidder. 112 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 25, 1911 ; D : 25303 ; Edward E. 
Kidder, New York. 35691 



Peaceful (The) villa; 1 act farce, by R. di 
Rovey. 24 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Rita di Rovey, San Francisco ; D : 3865, 
Aug. 8, 1903; Ic. Aug. 24, 1903; Ic. Sept. 22, 
1903. 35692 

Peacemaker (The); a comedy in 1 act, by E. M. 
Bryant [pseud, of E. M. B. Boak] 

© Otho Stuart, London; D : 9884, Feb. 1, 
1907. 35693 



— Same. New York, Samuel French, 1908. 
27 p. 12°. 

© E. M. Bryant, London ; D : 13114, June 5, 
1908; 2c. Sept. 21, 1908. 35694 

by R. Stuart and D. A. Bragdon. 



© Ralph Stuart and Dudley A, Bragdon, 
St. Louis; 1897:55740, Oct. 4; 2c. Oct. 4. 

35695 

by W. T. Ellwanger. 9 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© William Theodore Ellwanger, Rochester, 
N. Y.; D:9397, Nov. 5, 1906; 2c. Oct. 25. 
1906. 35696 



— comedy playlet, by C. Terris. [3], 29 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1913 ; D : 31861 ; Charles Ter- 
ris, Chicago. 35697 

domestic comedy from life, by W. Mon- 



tague. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 15, 1912 ; D : 31131 ; Walter Mon- 
tague, San Francisco. 35698 



— drama in 4 acts, by Wm. B. Young. [53] p. 
4°. Typewi'itten. 

© W. B. Young, Chicago; D : 8953, Aus. 
13, 1906; 2c. Aug. 13, 1906. 35699 

— farce in 1 act, by J. S. Carroll and Austin 
Walsh. [14] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1910; D: 22832; John S. 
Carroll, New York. 35700 

ill 3 acts, by J. E. O'Keef. 88 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 11, 1911 ; D : 25189 ; J. Eustace 
O'Keef, Milwaukee. 35701 

— 1 act drama, by E. G. O'Connor. 5 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© ic. Feb. 19, 1912 ; D : 28774 ; Edward G. 
O'Connor, Lawrence, Mass. 35702 

— ^play iu 4 acts, by J. Burke, jr. [62] p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1911; D: 23757; .Tames 

Burke, jr., Port Richmond, N. Y. 35703 

by P. H. McCaigue. [115] p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 16. 1914 ; D : 37667 ; Philip Henry 
McCaigue, Lynn, Mass. 35703a 



1789 



35704 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35721 



Peacemaker (The) — Continued. 

a play in 1 act, by D. Brown. Boston, 

W. H. Baker & co., 1904. 25 p. 12°. (On 

cover : Baker's ed. of plays) 

© Derby Brown, New York ; D : 568S, Oct. 

25, 1904; 2c. Nov. 14, 1904. 35704 

play of the present in 4 acts, by Marion 

Langdale. Chicago, The Chicago manuscript 
CO., 1912. [63] p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Mar. 20, 1912; 2c. Mar. 25, 1912; D: 
29148; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 35705 

sketch, by C. W. Calhoun and George W. 

Friend. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1910 ; D : 21525 ; C. W. Cal- 
houn, Berkeley, Cal. 35706 

Peach bloom; original drama in 4 acts, by 
Northrop Morse [pseud, of W. N. and Mar- 
garet H. Morse] Rev. ed. [90] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 1913 ; D : 34323 ; William Nor- 
throp Morse, Pelham, Mass. 3570'? 

original play in 4 acts, by Northrop Morse 

[pseud, of W. N. and Margaret H. Morse] 
90 D. 4°. Typewritten. 

■© Ic. Apr. 21, 1913 ; D : 33005 ; William Nor- 
throp Morse, Pelham, Mass. 35708 

■ Same. [99] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 25, 1913; D: 33601; William 
Northrop Morse, Pelham, Mass. 35709 

Same. New York, Medical review of ro- 



views, 1913. 5 p. 1., 184 p. 12° 

© Dec. 20, 1913; 2c. Dec. 24, 1913; D: 
35427; William Northrop Morse, Pelham. 
Mass. 35710 

Peach-blossoms; an original, farcical comedy in 
2 acts, by Scott Marble. 

© Edwin F. Gardner, United States ; 1878 : 
12780, Nov. 6. 35711 

Peach (A) of a pair; comedy sketch, by H. L. 
Newton and A. S. Hoffman. 7 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Carroll & Gardner, Chicago ; D : 1272, 
Jan. 11, 1902 ; 2c. Jan, 11, 1902. 35712 

Peach of Reno; musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
li. Kin«. [40] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Ic. Jan. 15, 1914; D: 35663; Bernadine 
King, Pittsburg. 35712a 

Peaches; dramatic composition, by G. V. Hobart. 
16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George V. Hobart, Pelham Manor. N. Y. ; 
D : 10670, May 31, 1907 ; 2c. May 31, 1907. 

35713 

Peaches and—; 1 act comedy, by T. Connor. 
[17] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20. 1913 ; D : 32377 ; Torrey Con- 
nor, Oakland, Cal. 35714 



Peacock (The); comedy in 3 acts, by Charles 
Anthony. [63] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1912; D: 28570; Charles P. 
Anthony ; Tufts College, Mass. 35715 

Peacock alley; or, Your Uncle Dudley, a musi- 
cal satire [in 3 acts], by R. L. McCardell. 83 
p. 16°. Printed. [Words only] 

© Rov L. McCardell, New Rochelle, N. Y.; 
D : 8579, Mav 23, 1906 ; 2c. May 23, 1906. 

35716 

Peacock and the goose; comedy in 3 acts, by 
C. C. Gushing. 74 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2.5, 1910; D: 21420; Catherine 
Chisholm Gushing, New York. 35717 

Peacock (The) feather; comic opera in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by A. Boecker and E. St. John, 
music by Oreste Vessella. 67 p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Words only] 

© Ic. Sept. 2, 1915; D: 41736; Alexander 
Boecker and Edward St. John, Brooklyn. 

35717a 

Peacock (The) lady; play in 3 acts, by J. H. 
Benrimo and A. R. Troubetzkoy. [116] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 23, 1915; D: 39485; J. Harry 
Benrimo and Amelie Rives Troubetzkoy, New 
York. 35717b 

Peacock (The) plum.e; or, A fortune in feathers, 
an original comic opera libretto in 3 acts, by 
A. J. Blethen, jr. Typewritten. 

© Alden Joseph Blethen, jr., Seattle ; 1897 : 
7736, Jan. 28; 2c. Mar. 24. 35718 

Peak (The) sisters; an entertainment arr. by 
Mary B. Home. Boston, W. H. Baker & co. 
[1887] 20 p. 12°. (On cover: Bakers novel- 
ties) [With music] 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1887: 
28619, Nov. 4 ; 2c. Nov. 14. 35718a 

Peaked [sic] by her lord and master; a serio- 
comic satire, by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, New York; 1876:2080, Feb. 
17. 35719 

Peanuts; play in 2 scenes, by O. T. Johnsone. 
[29] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1915 ; D : 42227 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 35719a 

Peanutville; a comedy in 3 acts, by S. Wood. 
© Stanlev Wood, Chicago; D : 1.5269, Mar. 
5, 1909. 35720 

Pearce Dyceton's crime. See Hazard. 

Pearl; by C. J. Bauer. 

© C. J. Bauer, Columbus, O. ; 1874 : 15331, 
Dec. 21. 35721 



1790 



35722 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35738 



Pearl — Continued. 

-drama in 4 acts, by N. Rosenbloom. 

102 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. June 2, 1918 ; D : 33407 ; Julius Broder, 
New Yorlv. 35722 

— — a revi.sion of Henri Lavedan's play of the 
same name, rev. by the Playwriting committee 
(if the American playgoers. 3d version. (In 
The Dramatist, v. 3, no. 2, Jan. 1912 ; periodi- 
cal © Dec. 23, 1911; 2c. Dec. 27, 1911; B: 
2m>4r)0; Dramatist co., Easton, Pa.) 35722a 

Same. 4th version. (In The Dramatist, 



v. 3, no. 4, July 1912; periodical © July 12, 
1912; 2e. July IG, 1912; B : 256804 ; Dramatist 
CO.. Easton, Pa.) 35722b 

Pearl (The) cross. See Hampden. 

Pearl (The) dagger; a play in 4 acts, by C. A. 
Colby. 71 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 18, 1912 ; D : 29739 ; Charles 
Augustus Colby, Broolilyn. 35723 

Pearl-fishers (The); an opera in 3 acts, libretto 
by Carnion and Carre, nmsic composed by 
Georges Bizet. 

© Herman Grau, New Yorli ; 1893:37066, 
Aug. 10. 35724 

»S'te «/.so Pecheurs (Les) de perles. 

Pearl (The) girl; new musical comedy in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics, by Basil Hood, music by Hugo 
Felix and Howard Talbot. London, Chap- 
I.ell & CO., ltd., 1913. 36 p. 8°. [Book of 
lyrics] 

© Oct. 4, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 6, 1913 ; D : 34640 ; 
(Jhappell & CO., ltd., London. 35725 

-original musical comedy in 3 acts, by Basil 

Hood, music by Hugo Felix and Howard Tal- 
bot. [12.5] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto 
only] 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1915; D : 396-43 ; Robert 
Courtneidge, London. 35725a 

Pearl (A) in the desert. 9 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Alice Marcus, New York; D: 11940, Dec. 
10, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 10, 1907. 35726 

Pearl (The) maiden; play in 3 acts, by E. C. 
Anthony and A. F. Kales. [122] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 15, 1911; D: 23969; Earle C. 
Anthonv and Arthur F. Kales, Los Angeles. 

35727 

Pearl (The) necklace; playlet, by H. E. Smith. 
121, 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

@ Ic. Jan. 12, 1912; D : 28301 ; Henry E. 
Smith, New York. 35728 

5379— VOL 2—17 9 1 



Pearl (The) of Bagdad; a comic opera in 3 acts, 
music by J. M. Loretz, jr., libretto by Edwin 
F. De Nyse. 1 p. 1., 31 p. 8°. Printed. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© John M. Loretz, jr., Brooklyn ; 1884 : 
6164, Mar. 22 ; 2c. Apr. 7. 35729 

Pearl of Gleamland; musical comedy, by An- 
tonio D'Annunzio and Giuseppe Brigida. 25 
p. 4°. [Scenario] 

© A. D'Annunzio and G. Brigida, New 
York; D : 7242, Sept. 12, 1905; Ic. Sept. 12, 
1905. 35730 

Pearl of great price; by J. Goldtliwaite and A. 
Eagan. 112 p. f°. Typewritten. . 

© Ic. May 3, 1910; D: 20948; .Jane Gold- 
tliwaite and Alberta Eagan, United States. 

35731 

play in 1 act, by G. .Johnstone and W. F. 

Williams. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 24, 1913; D: 35433; Gordon 
.Johnstone and Warwick F. Williams, New 
York. 35732 

Pearl of Panama; a comedy of the Panama 
revolution, by J. E. Downin. 

© John Ernest Downin, Baltimore ; D : 

4258, Nov. 16, 1903. 35733 

Pearl of pearls; by A. P. Norris, jr. 

© A. P. Norris, jr., Baltimore ; 1872 : 6266, 
June 11. 35734 



Pearl (The) of Poland. 

stratagem. 



See King's (The) 



Pearl (The) of Russia. See Louba. 

Pearl (The) of Serpent Mountain. See Cherub. 

Pearl (The) of the Indies; an original comic 
opera in 3 acts, by S. M. Brenner. 

© S. M. Brenner, Baltimore; 1899:23183, 
Apr. 1. 35735 

Pearl of the prairie; western drama in 1 act, 
by R. E. Hamilton and N. M. Cills. 10 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 17, 1910 ; D : 21053 ; Robert E. L. 
Hamilton, New York. 35736 

Fearl of the pyramids; comedy in 1 act, by 
Andrew K. Allison and Norman I^. Smith. 
35 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1910 ; D :20658 ; Follett music 
pub. CO., New York. 35737 

Pearl, the elf-child. See Scarlet (The) letter. 

Pearl, the fisher girl; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by G. W. Heath. [74] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Geo. W. Heath, Haverhill, Mass.; D: 
7706, Dec. 6, 1905; 2c. Dec. 21. 1905. 35738 



791 



35739 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



85756 



Pearl, the lost one; a play in 4 acts, by Matilda 
Heron. 

© Frank L. Gardner, Philadelphia; 1880: 
475, Jan. 8 ; 2c. Mar. 22. 35739 

See also Upper (The) crust. 



Pearl's Christmas eve; sketch in 1 act, by W. B. 
Wright. [l],6p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1911 ; D : 23680 ; Willard B. 
Wright, Philadelphia. 35740 

Pearls (The) of the Orient. See Beauty in 
dreamland. 

Peasant's blood; play in 3 acts, by A. Hodges. 
[2], 141 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 1913; D: 34136; Arthur 
Hodges, New York. 35741 

Peau d' chien; comedie en 2 actes, [par] Henri 
Caen. Paris, C. Joubert, 1909. 3 p. 1., [9]- 
76 p. 8°. 

© Joubert, Paris ; D : 15151 ; Feb. 23, 1909 ; 
2c. Feb. 23, 1909. 35742 

Peau (La) de chagrin. See Raphael de Valen- 
tin. 

Pe.iu (La) de I'ours; piece en 1 acte, par [Paul, 
(lit] T. Bernurd. p. 644-655. illus. 4°. [Re- 
printed from Je sais tout] 

© Tristan Bernard, Paris ; D : 10771. June 
15, 1907 ; 2c. June 15, 1907. 35743 

Peau neuve; comedie en 3 actes, par E. Rey. 
26 p. 4°. (L'lllustration theatrale. 8^ an- 
nee.— 201, 3 fevrier 1912) 

© Feb. 3, 1912 ; 2c. Mar. 2, 1912 ; D : 28911 ; 
Etienne Rey, Paris. 35744 

Pecado (El) venial; comedia Ifrica en 1 acto, 
[de] Maximiliano Thous y Ellas CerdS.. Ma- 
drid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1908. 
43 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Thous-Cerda, Madrid ; D : 13459, July 25, 
1908 ; 2c. July 25, 1908. 35745 

Pecadoras (Las); comedia en 3 actos y en prosa, 
ori {filial de An^el Torres del Alamo y An- 
tonio Asenjo. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
espanoles] 1914. 71 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40067 ; Torres del Alamo y Asenjo, Madrid. 

35745a 

Peccavi; a drama in 4 acts, by A. Steele. 

© Asa Steele, New York; D : 12379, Feb. 
18, 1908. 35746 

Peche (Le) de Marthe; drame en 2 parties, 5 
actes et 7 tableaux, d'apres le roman de Paul 
Bertnay, par E. Rochard. Paris, P.-V. Stock, 
1910. 205 p. 12°. 

© May 25, 1910; 2c. May 14, 1910; D: 
21038 ; Emile Rochard, Paris. 35747 



Peche mignon; comedie en 1 acte, par P. La- 
niarche. Paris, J. Barbr^, 1904. 29 p. 12°. 

© Pierre Lamarche, Paris ; D : 5328, July 
23, 1904 ; 2c. July 23, 1904. 35748 

Pecheurs d'Islande. See Vita bretone. 

Pecheurs (Les) de perles (The pearl-fishers); 
opera in 3 acts, by E. Cormon and Michel 
Carre, music by Georges Bizet, English ver- 
sion by Charles A. Byrne. New York, C. E. 
Burden, 1908. 32 p. 4°. [Libretto only, 
French and English] 

© Charles E. Burden, New York ; D : 14004, 
Oct. 8, 1908; 2c. Nov. 16, 1908. 35749 

Peck; 1 act farce comedy, by C. A. Lindholm. 
20 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1911 ; D : 23111 ; Charles A. 
Lindholm, Chicago. 35750 

Peck and his mother-in-law; a musical farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by E. Selden. [119] p. 4°, 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Edgar Selden, New York ; D : 1831, May 
5, 1902; 2c. 6ct. 4, 1902. 35751 

Peck o' pickles; musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
F. M. Stammers. [108] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1912; D : 31065 ; Frank M. 
Stammers, Dorchester, Mass. 35752 

Peck (A) of carrots; comedy sketch in 1 act, 
by A. A. Frudenfeld and J. H. Sinykin. 8 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 30, 1911 ; D : 23211 ; Julius H. Siny- 
kin and A. A. Frudenfeld, Waukegan, 111. 

35753 

Peck (A) of trouble; comedy in 1 act. by Alice 
C. Thompson. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1910. 12 p. 12°. 

© July 23, 1910; 2c. July 25, 1910; D: 
21625; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 

35754 

Peck vs. Peck; mock trial in 1 act, by C S. 
Bird. New York, S. French ; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1911. 43 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 28, 1911; 2c. Dec. 28, 1911; D: 
28111; Samuel French, New York. 35755 

Peck's bad boy. 24 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© W. Rea Boazman. New Orleans ; D : 
3091, Mar. 5, 1903; 2c. Mar. 5, 1903. 35756 

farcical comedy drama in 2 acts, being an 

original work written in imitation of the 
stories pul)lished under same name, by W. C. 
Herman. Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 
1914. [24] p. f°. Mimeographed. 

© Dec. 9, 1914 ; 2c. Dec. 21, 1914 ; D : 39186 ; 
Alex Byers, Chicago. 35756a 



1792 



35756 



COPYBIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35775 



Peck's bad boy — Continued. 

meiTy musical mixup in 2 acts, by C. W. 

Benner. [2], 38 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1914 ; D : 36402 ; Charles Wil- 
liam Benner, Canal Winchester, O. 35756b 

new musical comedy version in 2 acts, by 

W. .T. Olio. [1], 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. June 17, 1914; D : 37337 ; Will J. 
Olio, Scranton, Pa. 35756c 

Peck's bad boy and his father; a 3 act com- 
edy, by D. Sully. 

© Dan Sully, United States; 1883:11451. 
June 22. 35757 

Peck's bad boy and his pa; a musical comedy 
in 3 acts, dramatized from G. W. Peck's cele- 
brated Bad boy sketches, by C. F. Pidgin. 

© George W. Peck, Milwaukee; 1884: 
24263. Dec. 8; 2c. Dec. 8. 35758 

Peck's bad boy, his pa and the groceryman; 

in 6 cyclones, dramatized from Geo. W. Peck's 

celebrated Bad boy sketches, by C. F. Pidgin. 

© Charles F. Pidgin, Boston; 1883:24961, 

Dec. 81. 35759 

Peck's bad boy (up to date); comedy in 3 acts, 
dramatized from Geo. W. Peck's Bad boy 
stories, by Chas. F. Pidgin. 47 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1915; D: 40438; Darcy & 
AVolford, inc.. New York. 35759a 

Peck's bad boy's portrait; a vaudeville play, 

by J. Smith, cover-title, 2 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Jessie Smith, New York; D : 674, July 

19, 1901 ; 2c. July 19, 1901. 35760 

Pecksniff; a comic drama in 3 acts, dramatized 
from Chai'les Dickens' story Martin Chuzzle- 
wit, by W. J. Lemoyne. 

© W. J. Lemoyne, Cambridgeport, Mass. ; 
1876:13162, Nov. 27. 35761 

Pecksniff versus Chuzzlewit; a drama in 4 
acts, from Dickens' story Martin Chuzzlewit, 
by J. E. Kimball and F. E. Kimball. 

© Jessie E. Kimball and Florence E. Kim- 
ball, Dorchester, Mass. ; 1895 : 9452, Feb. 14. 

35762 

Peculiar (A) case; by Arthur Law. London, J. 
Williams, ltd., 1902. 16 p. 8°. (The German 
Reed repertory) 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London ; D : 2692, 
Dec. 9, 1902; 2c. Dec. 9, 1902. 35763 

comedy in 3 acts, by Mrs. H. C. De Mille 

and C. S. Booth. 174 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1911; D: 25439; Mrs. Henry 
Churchill De Mille and Charles Stewart 
Booth, New York. 35764 



Peculiar (A) elopement; play, by N. Pierson. 
11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 11, 1911 ; D : 24915 ; Nita Pier- 
son, New York. 35765 

Peculiar (A) proposition; a 1 act comedy, by 
J. C. Nugent. 12 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© J. C. Nugent, Canal Dover, O. ; D : 2675, 
Dec. 4, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 4, 1902. 35766 

Peculiar Sam; or. The underground railroad, 
a musical drama in 4 acts, by P. E. Hopkins. 

© Pauline E. Hopkins, Boston ; 1879 : 3891, 
Mar. 24. 35767 

Pedagoggles; by L. B. Cake. 

© Luther B. Cake, New York; D : 2252, 
Aug. 19, 1902. 35768 

Pedagogue (The); a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by J. F. Ballard. [89] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John Fred Ballard, Chicago; D : 15203, 
Mar. 1, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 1, 1909. 35769 

Pedal extremities; musical monologue, by E. 
Rivarz. Typewritten. 

© Ernest Rivarz, St. Louis; 1898:36363, 
June 13 ; Ic. June 13. 35770 

Pedant (Le) joue; comedy, by [Savinien] 
Cyrano de Bergerac, with a life of Cyrano by 
H. D. Stanton and a preface by F. Bocher. 
Boston, J. de Peiffer, 1899. 1 p. 1., 4, Is p., 1 1. 
80 p. front, (port.) 2 pis. 12°. 

© Cercle frangais of Harvard university, 
Cambridge, Mass.; 1899:85537, Dec. 11; 2c. 
Dec. 11. 35771 

Peddler (The) 

© Sullivan, Harris & Woods, New York; 
D : 2345, Sept. 17, 1902. 35772 

play in 4 acts, by Hal Reid [i. e. James 

Halleck Reid] [85] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 28, 1911; D: 23766; Darcy & 
Wolford, New York. 35773 

Peddler (The) of Moskau. See Levy Cohn. 

Peddler (The) of St. Omer. See Thorns, 

Peddler's (The) claim; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by S. Morris. 

© Sam Morris, Chicago ; D : 2047, June 16, 
1902. 35774 

Pedestin; a drama in 4 acts, by J. W. Meath. 
© J. W. Meath and Charles Petrie, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. ; 1871 : 8497, Sept. 11 ; 2c. Oct. 10. 

35775 

Pedigree (The); play in 3 acts, by E. Alderson. 
[126] p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20, 1914 ; D : 36099 ; Erville Al- 
derson, New York. 35775a 



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35790 



Pedigree (The) — Continued. 

-or, The dawn of the new day. play in 1 

act. by F. C. Cook. 51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Mar. 17, 1915: D : 40024 ; Florence 

Crocker Cook, Chicago. 35775b 

Pedler or spy; revolutionary war military 
court trial, by Edwartl Vassar Ambler. New 
York, E. S. Werner & company, 1912. 26 p. 
12°. 

© Apr. 16, 1912; 2c. Apr. 19, 1912; D: 
29517 ; Edgar S. Werner, New York. 35776 

Pedler's (The) parade; an entertainment in 1 
scene, by .Je.ssie A. Kelley. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1^3. 25 p. 12°. (On cover: 
Baker's novelties) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 3485, 
May 25. 190.3 ; 2c. .Tuly 2.^, 1903. 35777 

Pedro, the Italian; or. A son of Italy, play in 
4 acts, by .1. K. MacCurdy. [55] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© James Kvrle MacCurdy, Brentwood, 
N. Y. ; D : 12731, Apr. 11, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 11, 
1908. 35778 

Pedro's courtship; by Henry W. Twose. 11 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Laura Dainty Pelham, Chicago ; D : 
13128, June 6, 1908 ; 2c. May 29, 1908. 35779 

Peekskill; a satire on the 17th N. Y. N. G.'s at 
canip, a comic opera libretto, by L. Rogasey. 

© Louis Rogasey, New York ; 1897 : 13676. 
Feb. 24. 35780 

Peel yourself; eccentric act, by R. M. Carroll. 

© R. M. Carroll, United States; 1873: 

11555, Oct. 8. 35781 

Peep (A) at Mars; the first twentieth century 
<lramalet, bv Robert Griffin ]\torris. 12 p. 
12°. Printed. 

© M. Lavinia Magri, Middleboro, Mass. ; 
D : 378, Apr. 22, 1901 ; 2r. June 29, 1901. 

35782 

Peep (A) at St. Nicholas. See Santa Glaus. 

Peep (A) behind the political curtain. Sec 
Prohibition in Kansas. 

Peep (A) into the children's world; by A. 
Ring Morgenroth. 

© Edgar S. Werner pub. & supply co., New 
York ; D : 1368, Jan. 29, 1902. 35783 

Peep o' day club; a farce in 1 scene and 1 act, 
by S. Devere. 

© Sam Devere, Brooklyn ; 1897 : 49278, 
Sept. 2. 35784 

Peep (The) of day club; by S. Devere. Type- 
written. 

© Sam Devere, Brooklyn ; 1897 : 51726. 
Sept. 16; 2c. Sept. 16. 35785 



Peer (A) amid the sphinxes. See Khedive 
(The) 

Peer (A) and his people; play in 4 acts, by 
G. F. Farnhara. [1], 80 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Jan. 31, 1914 ; D : 35866; Charles Fos- 
ter Farnham, Lorain, O. 35785a 

Peer Gynt; drama in 5 acts, by Henrik Ibsen, 
new tr. by R. E. Roberts. London, Martin 
Seeker [1913] xxxi, 254 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 6, 1913; 2c. Feb. 18, 1913; D: 
32355; R. Ellis Roberts, London. 35786 

dramatisches gedicht, von Henrik Ibsen, 

deutsch von Ludwig Fulda. Berlin-Wilmers- 
dorf, F. Bloch erben. 201 p. 8°. 

© Ic. May 25. 1915 ; D : 40170 ; Felix Blocb 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 35786a 

the Richard Mansfield acting version, by 



Henrik Ibsen. Chicago, Reilly and Britton 
company, 1906. 173 p. incl. front, (port.) 
12°. 

© Reillv & Britton co.. Chicago ; A : 1.59542. 
Nov. 1, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 1, 1906. 35786b 

[schauspiel in 5 akten] von Henrik Ibsen 



in freier uebertragung fiir die deutsche 
biihne gestaltet, mit epilog und randbe- 
merkungen, von D. Eckart. Berlin-Steglitz. 
Verlag herold, 1912. 278 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 28, 1912 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1913 ; D : 32891 ; 
Dietrich Eckart. Berlin. 35787 

See also Efterladte skrifter; af Henrik 



Ibsen. — Works (The) of Henrik Ibsen. 

Peer (A) hunt; comedy in 3 acts, by C de 

Lima and Edward E. Long. [82] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1912 ; D : 29936 ; Charles de 

Lima, Florence, Italy. 35788 

Peer (The) of the Pyrenees; a musical absurdity 
in 2 ;i<ts. book by W. P. Portman and A. .[. 
( 'ook. lyrics by L. K. Haldeman. [43] p. 4°. 
TypewritteTi. [Words only] 

© Aubert John Cook, Chicago ; D : 14205, 
Nov. 4, 1908; 2c. Nov. 4, 1908. 35789 

Peerless (The) pasha; musical play in 2 acts, 
words and lyrics by S. A. Merinbaum, music 
by Harry Lande. 59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
I Libretto only] 

© Merinbaum and Lande, Chicago ; D : 
9848, Jan. 25, 1907 ; 2c. Jan. 30, 1907. 35790 

Peerless (A) peeress and an haughty pirate. 
See Captain Kidd. 

Peers and politics. See Sheriff (The) 

Peg. Sec Kate Pheeny. 

Peg and Peggy; tragedy in 2 acts, by L. .lud- 
son. 67 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1915; D : 41588 ; Leonard 
Jud.son, New York. 35790a 



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35791 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35811 



Peg-leg (The) claim; a drama in 4 acts, by 
W. A. Spalding. 

© William A. Spalding, Riverside, Cal. ; 
1884:24612, Dec. 12. 35791 

Peg, the witch of Ruby farm; an original 
drama in 4 acts, by Con T. Murphy. 

© James A. Lord, United States; 1883: 
15346, Aug. 20. 35792 

Peg Woffington; a dramatization in 4 acts, of 
Charles Reade's novel of that title, by E. 
Blair. [2], 76 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Eugenie Blair. Washington ; D : 442. 
May 8, 1901; 2c. May 8, 1901. 35793 

a 1 act play, by Fannie Aymar Mathews. 

© Julia Marlowe-Taber and Robert Schell 
Taber, New York ; 1805 : 50572. Oct. 5. 35794 

a parlor play, by Fannie Aymar Mathews. 

© Harper & bros.. New York ; 1893 : 50308, 
Nov. 11. 35795 

Peg Woffington, the queen of comedy; a com- 
edy in 4 acts. l)v J. WeaA'er and John M. 
Morton. [104] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Henry Trader and Joseph 
Weaver, New York ; D : 541. June 3. 1901 ; 2c. 
June 3. 35796 

I*eggy; musical play in 2 acts, by George Gros- 
smith, jr., lyrics by C. H. Bovill. music by 
Leslie Stuart. Book of lyrics. London. 
Chappell & CO.. 1911. 35 p. 8°. 

© Mar. 10, 1911; 2c. Mar. 11, 191T : D: 
23614; Chappell & To., ltd.. London. 35797 

a 3 act comedy drama, by Katharine Kav- 

anaugh. [37] p." f°. Typewritten. 

© Oliver C. Ziegfeld, Baltimore: D : 3385, 
May 6, 1903 ; 2c. IMay 6, 1903. 35798 

Peggy and the duchess; playlet, by Annie 
Mack Berleiu. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© E. J. Mack, Bensonhurst, N. Y. ; D : 2123. 
.Tulv 15. 1902: 2c. June 16. 1902. 



Peggy from Paris; 



\n 



acts, by 



[68] p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© George Ade, Chicago; D : 4096. 
1903 ; 2c. Oct. 15, 1903. 



35799 

(}. Ade. 

Oct. 15. 
35800 



Peggy Iiee; or. Only a robber's daughter, liy 
R. W. Becker. 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1909 ; D : 17284 ; Ruth W. 
Becker, Kansas City, Mo. 35801 

Peggy niachree; a romantic comedy in 3 acts, 
by ratrick Bidwell [pseud, of Mrs. Denis 
d'Sullivan or E. C. O'Sullivan] with 8 songs 
and quartettes. [119] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Elizabeth Curtis O'Sullivan. San Fran- 
cisco ; D : 6981, July 17, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 8. 
1905. 35802 



Peggy Mallowney. Ms. 

© :\Irs. K. E. Sheppard, United States; 
1881:1.3148. Aug. 26; Ic. Aug. 26. 35803 

i'eggy O'Neal; historical comedy drama in 4 
acts, by H. B. White. 53 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic-. Mar. 25, 1910 ; D : 20577 ; Helena Bal- 
lard White, Seattle. 35804 

Peggy O'Neill; by B. A. Dwyer and M. L. 
Goope. 

© Bessif' Amies Dwyer and Margaret Lora 
Coope. Wasliiiigton; D : 3244, Apr. 4, 1903. 

35805 

Peggy Patch; a coniedy drama in 4 acts, by A. 
Kelcy. 09 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Alfred Kelcy, New York; D : 4159, Oct. 
.30, 1903; 2c. Dec. 17, 1903. 35806 



Peggy Primrose; a romantic opera in 2 acts, by 
J. X. llilliard, music by George J. INIinges. 

© John Northern Hilliard, Rochester, 
X. Y. ; D: 10148, Mar. 15, 1907. 35807 



Peggy, the fisherman's child; by Annie Lewis 
[i. e. A. L. Johnson] 

© Mrs. F. W. Johnson, New York; 1886: 
10414. July 19. 35808 

Peggy, the tomboy: comedy-drama in 5 acts, by 
L. (h-owv. 62 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

® Ic. Sept. 30, 1915 ; D : 41873 ; Leonard 
Grover, Brooklyn. 35808a 

Peggy's girdle; 1 act comedy, by Mrs. E. von 
R. Hovey-King. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 4. 1915 ; D : 40845 ; Mrs. E. von. 
R. Hovey-King. Washington. 35808b 

Peggy's predicament; 1 act farce for girls, by 
E. :\r. Crane. New York. Dick and Fitzgerald, 
1915. 17 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 21, 1915; 2c. Sept. 22, 1915; D: 
41795; Eleanor I\Iaud Crane, New Y'ork. 

35808c 

Peggy's rival; play in 4 acts, by J. Power. 62 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Doc. 20. 1911 ; D : 28049 ; John Power. 
Philadelphia. 35809 

Peintre (Le) exigeant; comedie en 1 acte, par 

T. Bernard. ( L'U lustration theatrale, no. 143) 

© Mar. 26. 1910; 2c. Apr. 15, 1910; D: 

20798 ; Tristan Bernard, Paris. 35810 

Pekin (A) episode. »Sce Chinee (The) and the 
maiden. 

Peking; or. The defense of the legations, a 
sjtectacular drama in 6 scenes, by I. Kiralfy. 

© Tnu-e Kiralfv. London; D : 46-5. May 13. 
1901. 35811 



1795 



35812 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35828 



Peleg and Peter; or, Around the Horn, a farce 
comedy in 4 acts, by F. L. Cutler. Clyde, O., 
Ames publishing CO., 1892. 23p. 12°. ([Ames' 
.series of standard and minor drama, no. 301] ) 
© Ames pub. cc, Clyde, O. ; 1892:15270. 
Apr. 7; 2c. Apr. 11. 35812 

Pell-mell; burlesque in 2 acts, by R. W. Peck. 
[26] p. f°. TjT)ewritten. 

© Raymond W. Peck, Chicago; D:1965, 
June 6, 1902; Ic. June 4, 1902; Ic. June 23, 
1902. 35813 

Pelleas and Melisande; by Maurice Maeterlinck, 
tr. by Erving Winslow, with an introduction 
by Montrose J. Moses. New York, T. T. 
Crowell & company, 1908. 14 p. 1., [17] -135 
p. col. front, plates, ports. 8°. 

© Thomas Y. Crowell & co., New York ; A : 
213689, Aug. 6, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 5,1908. 35813a 

a drama in 5 acts [by Maurice Maeter- 
linck] tr. by Erving Winslow. New York, Bos- 
ton, T.Y. Crowell & company [1894] 135 p. 16°. 

© Thomas Y. Crowell & co., Boston ; 1894 : 
49268, Oct. 22 ; 2c. Oct. 22. 35813b 

lyric drama in 5 acts, taken from the play 



by Maurice Mctterlinck [ !] and done into 
English by Charles Alfred Byrne, music by 
Claude Debussy. New York, Chas. E. Burden, 
1907. 59 p. 4°. [Libretto only. French and 
English on opposite pages] 

© Steinway & sons, New York ; D : 10955, 
July 12, 1907; 2c. Nov. 4, 1907. [Note: Also 
in Poet lore. v. 6, no. 8-9, Aug.-Sept. 1894; 
periodical © Poet-lore co., Philadelphia; 
1894 : 11443, Feb. 23, 2c. Sept. 27] 35814 

■See also Chief contemporary dramatists. — 



Plays (The) of Maurice Maeterlinck. 

Pelmazos (Los); sainete en 1 acto y 1 cuadro, 
original de L. Candela y E. Nietro. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1910. 45 p. 
12°. 

© Sept. 6, 1910 ; 2c. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 21959 ; 
Luis Candela y Ernesto Nieto, Madrid. 

35815 

Pelotera (Una); sainete en 1 acto y en prosa, 
por F. Urales. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
espafioles] 1909. 27 p. 8°. 

© Federico Urales, Madrid ; D : 16130, June 
23, 1909 ; 2c. June 23, 1909. 35816 

Pelzmiitze (Die); komodie in 3 aufziigen, von 
Herra. Anders Kriiger. Stuttgart und Berlin, 
Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1914. 112 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 8, 1914 ; Ic. Apr. 16, 1914 ; D : 36738 ; 
Deutsche verlags-anstalt, Stuttgart. 35816a 

Pembertons (The); drama in 4 acts, by T. H. 
Davis. [81] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas Henry Davis, Wilkinsburg, Pa. ; 
D : 4022, Sept. 28, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 28, 1903. 

35817 



Pen (The) against the sword; play in 4 acts, by 
J. H. Godfrey. 57 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 27, 1911; D: 25879; Joseph H. 
Godfrey, Boston. 35818 

Pena (La) capital; pasatiempo en 1 acto y en 
prosa, arreglado por A. Jimenez Guerra y F. 
Tavira. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espa- 
fioles] 1908. 16 p. 12°. 

© Antonio JimSnez Guerra y Francisco 
Tavira, Madrid ; D : 13863 ; Sept. 21, 1908 ; 2c. 
Sept. 21, 1908. 35819 

Penalty (The); dramatic incident in 1 act, by 
A. Bartlett. [1], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1913 ; D : 31921 ; Arthur Bart- 
lett, Colorado Springs, Col. 35820 

play in 5 acts, by W, Day. 85 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 14, 1915; D: 40930; Wilson 
Day, Cleveland. 35820a 

play in 4 acts, by F. B. Purdie. [137] p. 



4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1913; D: 33770; Francis 
Baillie Purdie, St. Joseph, Mo. 35821 

bv S. H. Morris. 



© Samuel H. Morris, Jersey City ; 1891 : 
28315, Aug. 6. 35822 

by S. H. Morris and L. Sohn. 



Typewritten. 

© Samuel Hyman Morris and Louis Sohn, 
United States; 1894:722, Feb. 3; 2c. Feb. 2. 

• 35823 

arr. by J. S. Macy. 92 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1910; D: 20346; J. Sydney 
Macy. Canisteo, N. Y. 35824 

■play in prologue and 3 acts, by Percival 



Wilde [pseud, of P. L. Weil] 105 p. 4°. 
Typewritten, 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1915; D: 39356; Percival L. 
Wilde, New York. 35824a 

3 act drama, by C. F. Dey. 75 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 31, 1910 ; D : 20062 ; Charles F. 
Dey, Fresno, Cal. 35825 

Penalty (The) of crime; a drama in 5 acts, by 
G. M. Minor. 

© George M. Minor, Cincinnati; 1890: 
22062, July 10. 35826 

a melodrama in 4 acts, by G. Wessells. 

© George Wessells, New York ; D : 1658. 
Mar. 28, 1902. 35827 

Penalty (The) of graft; an incident in 1 act, 
by Arthur Russell Thorndike. 20 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Sydney Greenstreet, New York ; D : 
14006, Oct. 9, 1908; 2c. Oct. 9, 1908. 35828 



1796 



35829 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35848 



Penalty of ignorance; drama in 3 acts, by 
E. J. K. Covey. [72] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1913; D : 35417 ; Emma J. 
Keen Covey, Denver. 35829 

Penalty" (The) of pride; a society drama in 4 
acts, bv Arthur Lewis Tubbs. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1902. 58 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D: 
2277, Aug. 27, 1902; 2c. Oct. 7, 1902. 35830 

Penalty (The) of recklessness. See Vindi- 
cated. 

Penalty (The) of sin; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by G. A. Tompkins. 

© G. A. Tompkins, Cortland, N. Y. ; 1894: 
56133, Dec. 3. 35831 

a melodrama in 3 acts aud 3 scenes, by 



6. A. Tompkins. 23 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© George A. Tompkins, Homer, N. Y. ; D : 
12115, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 4, 1908. 35832 

Penalty (The) of success; dramatic play of 
modern life in 4 acts, by N. M. Kass. 37 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1910; D: 21345; Nicholas 
M. Kass, New York. 35833 

Penance (The); an American comedy drama in 
3 acts, by F. Rider and R. L. Harriman. 

© Fremont Rider, Nyack, N. Y., and Ray- 
mond Lee Harriman, New York ; D : 14718, 
Jan. 2, 1909. 35834 

Penas buscadas; comedia en 2 actos y en prosa. 
de J. y Jos6 de la Cueva. Madrid [Sociedad 

de autores espiifioles] 1909. 68 p. 12°. 

© July 2, 1909; 2c. July 14, 1909; D: 
16262; Jorge y Jos6 de la Cueva, Madrid. 

35835 

Pendennis. See Major Pendennis. 

Pendletons (The) of Virginia. See Mammy 
Chloe. 

Pendragon; a play in 5 acts, by W. W. Young. 

© W. W. Young, Monmouth, 111.; 1880: 
19547, Dec. 20. 35836 

Penelope; a comedy in 3 acts, by W. S. 
Maugham. 126 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Somerset Maugham, London ; 
D : 14769, Jan. 8, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 8, 1909. 

35837 

poSme lyrique en 3 actes, de Ren§ Fauchois 



musique de Gabriel FaurS. Paris, Heugel et 
cie., 1913. 2 p. 1., 81 p. 16°. [Libretto only] 

© Apr. 1, 1913 ; 2c. Apr. 21, 1913 ; D : 33092 ; 
Heugel et cie., Paris. 35838 

— sketch in 1 act, by M. Douglas. 10 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 16, 1913; D : 33236 ; Minnie 
Douglas, New York. 35839 



Penelope's affinity; a play in 1 act, for women's 
clubs, for female characters only, by Mary C. 
Russell. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1905. 
16 p. 12°. (On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 

I© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D: 
5802, Nov. 21, 1904; 2c. Dec. 9, 1904. 35840 

Penelope's symposium; a dialogue illustrating 
life in ancient Greece, by Sarah H. Pratt. 
Chicago, T. S. Denison. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; 1891:39769, 
Nov. 5 ; 2c. Nov. 6. 35841 

Penetracion (La) pacifica; pftima comico-lfricu 
en 1 acto, dividido en 3 cuadros,. una carta 
y una transformacion escenica, en prosa y 
verso, original [de] M. Fernandez Palomero 
y P. P6rez Fernfludez, mQsica de Emilio L6- 
pez del Toro y Eduardo Fuentes. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espafioles] 1908. 28 p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© Manuel Fernandez Palomero & Pedro 
Perez Fernandez, Madrid ; D : 14705, Jan. 2, 
1909; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 35842 

Penitent (The); play in 4 acts, by L. Marston. 
[103] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lawrence Marston and William E. 
Nankeville, New York ; D : 584, June 18, 1901 ; 
2c. June 18, 1901. 35843 

Penitent (The) wife; comedy in 1 act, by O. 
Harper. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1911 ; D : 23238 ; Olive Harper, 
New York, 35844 

Penitent's (The) return; a comedietta in 1 

act. by Chas. S. Reid. Philadelphia, The 
Penn publishing company, 1895. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1895 : 39219. 
July 30 ; 2c. July 30. 35845 

Penmark abbey; a nautical melodrama in 3 
acts, by William Makepeace Thackeray, tr. 
from the original French by Heni-y Llewellyn 
Williams. New York. De Witt, 1884. 34 p. 
12°. ( [De Witt's acting plays, no. 320] ) 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York; 1884: 
26388, Dec. 30; 2c. Jan. 22, 1885. 35846 

Penn Hapgood; or, The Yankee schoolmaster, 
a drama in 3 acts, by Geo. B. Chase. Clyde. 
O.. Ames publishing co. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1890:37908, 
Dec. 1; 2c. Dec. 10. 35847 

Penn or the sword; comedy drama in 4 acts, 
bv T. Stanger. Ann Arbor, Mich., Cornish 
printing co., 1913. 62 p. 8°. 

© Jan. 16. 1913; 2c. Jan. 20, 1913; D: 
32132; Theophil Stanger, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

35848 



1,797 



35849 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35867 



Penn's aunts among- the pirates; a l)urlesquc 
in 1 act, by Sydney RosenfeUl. 

© M. O. Leavitt, New York ; 1880 : 4004. 
Mar. 12. 35849 

Pennsylvania (The) case; a melodrama in 4 
acts, by AV. G. Browne. 36 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© W. Gault Browne. Chicago; D : 2902. 
Jan. 24, 1903; 2c. Feb. 4, 1903. 35850 

Pennsylvania Dutch Pip Van Winkle; a ro- 
m;!ntic drama in 2 acts. tr. from tlio origi- 
nal with variations by PI H. Ranch. Mauch 
Chunk. Pa., E. H. Ranch. 1883. 

© E. H. Ranch, IMauch Chunk, Pa. ; 1883 : 
1782, Jan. 2G ; 2c. Feb. 2. 35851 

Pennsylvania (The) Dutchman. Srr Struck 
oil. 

Pennsylvania (A) incident. See Colonial 
plays for the school-room. 

Pennsylvania (A) kid; or. A soldier's sweet- 
heart, a comedy drama in 4 acts, by Frederic 
W. Taylor. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1894: 
58679, Dec. 17. 35852 

Penny (The) and the rose; plav in 3 acts, by 
D. Carb. [255] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20. 1912; D : 29716 ; David 
Carb, Bo.ston. 35853 

Penny (A) dreadful. See Story-teller (The) 

Pennypackers (The); by Mrs. S. Crowninshield. 

© Mrs. Schuyler Crowninshield. Washing- 
ton ; D : 1617, Mar. 18, 1902. 35854 

Penny rile; comedy drama, by H. Y. Collins. 
© Hal Young Collins, Glasgow, Ky. ; 1892 : 
31744, Aug. 1. 35855 

Pensionat (Das) See Boarding (The) school. 

Peon (The); a drama in 3 acts, by B. Chapiii. 
[881 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ben.jamin Chapin, New York; D: 1.3274. 
June 24. 1908; 2c. July 24, 1908. 35856 

People; 4 act drama, by A. Dwan and H. Ras- 
per. 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1.5, 1909; D: 17709; Allan Dwuii 
and Robert Kasper, Evanston, 111. 35857 

People (The) against Biggs; jilay in 3 a<ts. 
by Ralph Morgan and Adolph Edwards. 86 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 23, 1915; D : 41.554 ; Flora S. 
Wuppermann, New York. 35857a 

People (The) are coming; play in 4 acts, bv 
F. Landis. 122 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 2, 1912; D: 28986; Frederick 
Landis. Logansport, Ind. 35858 



People as they are; a problem play in 3 acts, 
by I.. Pel6e. [50] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 5, 1913 ; D : 32191 ; Lillian I'e- 
lee, San Gabriel, Cal. 35859 

People (The) vs. Mary Rich; plav in 3 acts. 
by M. Turnbull. [129] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18. 1914; D : 36404 ; Margaret 
Turnbull. New York. 35859a 

People versus politics; sketch, by Albert Spen- 
cer Vancox and li. ^Milton. [71 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 28, 1911; D : 28118 ; Robert Mil- 
ton, Chicago. 35860 

People (The) with musical names. Sec Mel- 
ody Isle. 

People's (The) choice; play in 4 acts. G. E. 
Sokolsky. [48] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 13, 1911; D: 25481; Solomon 
and George E. Sokolsky, New York. 35861 

People's (The) king; a romantic drama in 5 
acts, founded on the French Revolution, bv 
W. Haworth. 

© William Haworth. United Stales; 1892: 
28667, July 9. 35862 

People's (The) law; a i)r(>l>lem iilay. by A. H. 
Parker, cover-title, [i8] p. 8°. Printed. 

© Abiah Hayes Parker, Chicago ; D : .5246. 
June 30, 1904; 2c. July 11. 1904. 35863 

People's (The) lawyer. See Solon Shingle. 

People's (The) money; a comedy in 3 acts, for 
male characters onlv. bv Harold Hale [pseud, 
of C. N. Moller] B.-ston. W. H. Raker & co. 
[1907] 40 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & en.. Boston : D : 
9859. .Tan. 28, 1907; 2c. Mar. 2, 1907. 35864 

Pepe Botellas; zarzuela en 2 actos, divididos en 
S qnadros. oi-iginal do M. Ramos C-irrion. 
mtisica de A. y C. Vives. ISIadrid [Sociodad 
de autores espaiioles] 1908. 61 p. 12°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Mignel Itamos Carrion. Madrid: D: 
13599, Aug. 19, 1908; 2c. Aug. 19. 1908. 

35865 

Pepe el liberal; sainete lirico en 1 acto. dividido 
en 2 cnadros. original do G. Perrin y M. de 
I'alacios, music;! del maestro G(>r6nimo 
(Jimenez. M:idrid [Sociedad de autores e^pa- 
noles] 1909. 42 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© (Jnillei'iiio I'cn-fn v ^liuuo! (!<> Talacios. 
Madrid; D: 161.52. Jime'23. 1909; 2c. June 23 
1909. 35866 

Peperly (The) agency; farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by A. li. John.son. 

© Annie Lewis .Tohnson. New York; 1890: 
15983, May 15. 35867 



1798 



35868 



COPYKIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35887 



Pepi. Typewritten. 

© Clara Lipmau. New York; 1899:24690. 
Apr. 8; 2c. Apr. 8. 35868 

Pepita; or. The girl with the glass eyes, an 

ori^'inal fantastic opera in 3 acts, written by 

A. Thompson, composed l')y Edward Solomon. 

© Alfred Thompson, New York; 1885: 

11155. May 16. 35869 

Pepita Jimenez; lyric comedy, by F. B. Money- 

(\)UttS. 

© Breitkopf & Hartel, Leip7.i,tr; 1890 : 68628. 
Dec. 17. 35870 

Pepita Lopez; jugiiete (•('iiiuco-liri('() en 1 acto. 
Ictra de G. Perrm y M. de Palacios, musica 
de Rafael Calle.ia. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
torcs espafioles] 1908. 36 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© (yuillermo Perrin v Mijiuel de Palacios. 
:\Iadrid ; D : 13777, Sept. 14, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 
14. 1908. 35871 

Pepita, the gipsy girl of Andalusia; an operet- 
ta in 5 acts, [and] A fifty-dollar milliner's 
bill, bv Helen Booth. Philadelphia, P. Gar- 
rett & CO., 1886. p. 193-216. 12°. (Dra- 
matic supplement to One hundred choice se- 
lections, no. 12) 

© P. Garrett & co.. Philadelphia; 1886: 
18577, Aug. 16; 2c. Oct. 11. 35871a 

Pepperpot's little pets; a comedietta in 1 act, 
by John Maddison Morton. 

© A. T. B. De Witt, New York ; 1886 : 30294. 
Dec. 29; 2c. Aug. 30, 1888. 35872 

Per aspera; a comedy drama, by P. Eaton. 
© Paul Eaton, United States; 1884:20688. 
Oct. 14. 35873 

Per D^unkes vorgeschichten; Ivomodie in 4 
akten. von Anker Larsen und E,i,'ill Bostrup, 
fiir die deutsclie biihne bearbeitet von A. 
Halbert. Berlin, Oesterheld & co. verlag, 
ir)09. 136 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 17. 1909; 2c. Sept. 16. 1909; D: 
16803 ; Oe.sterheld & co., Berlin. 



Per express; novel comedy sketch, 
Dare. [5] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1910 ; D : 21350 ; 
]>,in\ Lynn. Mass. 



35874 

by F. S. 

Frank S. 
35875 



Per Gaad: sknespil i 4 akter, af Theodor Mad- 
sen. Kristiania og K0benhavn, Gvldendalske 
Ixieisiuidel. Nordisk forlag, 1915. 191 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 23. 1915; Ic. Apr. 13, 1915; D: 
403.");) : Gyldendalske boghandel, Nordisk for- 
lag. Christiania, Norway. 35875a 



a farce in 1 
Boston, AV. 



Per telephone; 
Montgomerv. 
1893. 

© Walter H. Baker & co 
34213, July 22; 2c. Aug. 30. 



act, by Margaret 
H. Baker & co.. 



Boston; 1893: 
35876 



Perambulating (The) egg; a farce, by G. L. 
Doyle. 

© G. Loren Doyle, Saratoga, Cal. ; D : 
4398, Dec. 16, 1903; 2c. description Jan. 23, 
1904. 35877 

Perambulator (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by 
B. M. Hinman. 

© B. M. Hinman, New Bedford, IMass. ; 
1890 : 21893, July 9. 35878 

Percell (The) diamond; an original comedy in 
5 acts, by W. S. Johnson. 

© W. Sherwood Johnson, San Francisco ; 
1872:2881, Mar. 25. 35879 

Perche (La); a comedy in 3 acts, by Jules 
Prevel and Gaston Marot, tr. and adapted by 
the Franco-American agency for dramatic 
literature, ltd. 

© Frangois Mons and Louis Nathal. New 
York ; 1886 : 13447, June 10. 35880 

Percolating a vaudeville act; sketch, by J. Mc- 
Cree. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1914 ; D : 38504 ; Junie Mc- 
Cree, New I'ork. 35880a 

Percy and Harold; a farce comedv in 3 acts, 
by C. E. Blaney. 

© Chas. E. Blaney, New York ; 1894 : 53129, 
Nov. 15. 35881 



by 



J. Ward. 

© John Ward, New 
Mar. 26. 



York ; 



1894 : 16889, 
35882 



Percy B. Shelley; a vicissitude in 4 acts, by 
J. F. Phillips. New York, The author, 1908. 
61 p. 12°. 

© John Franklvu Phillips, New York; D: 
12340. Feb. 10. 1908; 2c. Mar. 19. 1908. 

35883 



11 p. 



Type- 



Percy Dobbins' dilemma, 
written. 

© John E. and Emma Brennan Ince, 
Sheepshead Bav. N. Y. ; D: 11841, Nov. 21, 
1907; 2c. Nov. 21. 1907. 35884 

Percy V. Ranee, the book-agent; play in 3 acts, 
by J. T. Fare. [60] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© John T. Fare, Los Angeles ; D : 6705. 
May 4, 1905 ; 2c. May 4, 1905. 35885 

Perdeau; comedie en 2 actes. de R. DieudonnS. 
24 p. 4°. (Supplement gratuit au no. 2847 
(hi Monde illusrre. 21 octobre 1911) 

© Oct. 21, 1911; 2c. Nov. 4, 1911; D: 
25670; Robert Dieudonne, Paris. 35886 

Perdita; or, Lost and won, a romantic drama 
in 5 acts, adapted by G. Clarke from the 
French play La l)ergere des Alpes. 

© George Clarke, New York; 1871:2754, 
Mar. 29. 35887 



1799 



35888 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



85908 



Perdition; a drama in 4 acts, by A. R. Whytal. 

© A. R. Whytal, New York; 1890:2794, 

Jan. 20. 35888 

Pere du regiment; piSce militaire en 1 acte et 
2 tableaux, [par] Jean Drault et Eugene 
Millou. 2""* etl. Paris, C. Joubert. 35 p. 
4°. 

© Aug. 15, 1909; 2c. July 26, 1909; D: 
16730; Joubert, Paris. 35889 

Pere Dubois; or. The days of Richelieu, a 
drama in 4 acts, by H. Morford. 

© Henry IMorford, New York; 1876:3575. 
Mar. 24. 35890 

Pere Goriot; play in 5 acts, by Mrs. J. H. Selz. 
75 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. J. H. Selz, Chicago ; D : 13573. Aug. 
18, 1908; 2c. Aug. 18, 1908. 35891 

Pere Lebonnard. See Lebonnard. 

Pere Machette; a 1 act play dealing with the 
blind, by E. Abbott. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edward Abbott, New York; D : 14048, 
Oct. 13, 1908 ; 2c. Oct. 13. 1908. 35892 

Peregrinations (The) of Polly; a comedy in 1 
act, by Helen Kane. 25 p. obi. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Helen P. Kane, Washington ; D : 13801. 
Aug. 20, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 3, 1908. 35893 



for female characters, by Helen P. 

Kane. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1911. 
18 p. 12°. 

© July 20,- 1911; 2c. .July 21, 1911; D: 
24747 ; Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 35894 

Peregrine (La); or, The witch of Malaga, 
comic opera in 3 acts, by W. Holcomb. 

© Willard Holcomb, New York ; D : 3259, 
Apr. 8, 1903. 35895 

Perele; a drama in 4 acts and 7 tableaux, writ- 
ten in the Hebrew jargon and composed by 
R. Marks. 

© Rudolph Marks, New York ; 1897 : 11134, 
Feb. 15. 35896 

Pereta, child of the mountains; original drama 
in 5 acts, by Annie Lewis (Mrs. F. W. John- 
.son) 

© Mrs. F. W. Johnson, Philadelphia; 1884: 
13149, June 30 ; 2c. June 18, 1885. 35897 

Perfect (A) angel; a comedy in 4 acts, by A. 
Stein and S. Gross. 

© Adolph Stein and Sydney Gross, Phila- 
delphia ; 18S0 : 8978, June 15. 35898 

Perfect (The) day; play in 1 act, by A. Scott. 

8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 8, 1915 ; D : 39903 ; Agnes Scott, 
New York. 35898a 



Perfect (A) gentleman; a play in 4 acts, by 
Mary Ellis -Smith. 

© M. E. Smith, Chicago ; 1888 : 4027, Feb. 7. 

35899 

Perfect (A) husband; a comedy in 1 act, by 

Benjamin Gastineau, adapted by E. Gastineau. 

© Edmond Gastineau, New York; 1883: 

16241, Sept. 6. 35900 

Perfect (A) jewel; by Mrs. V. Thompson. 17 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Vance Thompson, New York; D: 
2.562, Nov. 8, 1902 ; 2c. Nov. 11, 1902. 35901 

Perfect (A) lady; a musical farce comedy in 8 
acts, by G. Bowles. 

© George Bowles, New York ; 1898 : 59279, 
Oct. 8. 35902 



— an original musical play in 2 acts, words 
and lyrics by S. A. Merinbaum, music by 
Harry Lahnde. 45 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© JMerinbaum and Lahnde, Chicago; D: 
14263, Nov. 11, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 18, 1908. 

35903 



— play in 4 acts, by C. Pollock and Rennold 
AVolf. [121] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1914; D : 38400 ; Channing 



Pollock, New York. 

Perfect (The) lover, 
money. 



35903a 
See Price (The) of 



Perfect (The) man. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© James Clarence Hyde, New York ; D : 
8544, May 11. 1906 ; 2c. May 11, 1906. 35904 

See also Elysium. 



Perfect (A) paradise; a comedy of modern life, 
by W. W. Tufts. 

© WMUiam Whitemore Tufts, Arlington, 
Mass. ; 1890 : 22845, July 18. 35905 

Perfect (The) shape; libretto for musical play in 
2 acts, by A. M. Stevenson. [3], 75 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 20. 1911; D : 28042 ; A. M. 
Stevenson, Glens Falls, N. Y. 35906 

Perfect (A) treasure; a farce in 1 act, by Ed- 
ward Weitzel. 34 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Julia Blanc, New York ; D : 1697, Apr. 7. 
1902 ; 2c. Apr. 7, 1902. 35907 

Perfecto caballero; disparate c6mico-lirico en 1 
acto, dividido en 3 cuadros, en verso y prosa, 
original de Antonio Fermlndez Cuevas y Man- 
uel Caba, mtisica del maestro Refig. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1912. 41 p. 
12°. [Libretto onlyl 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31592 ; 
A. Fernandez Cuevas y M. Caba, Madrid. 

35908 



1800 



35909 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35927 



Perfidy (The) of man; an original drama in 6 
acts, by K. Hetzel. 

© Kate Hetzel, San Francisco ; 1897 : 42531, 
July 26. 35909 

Perfume and poison; a play in 4 acts, by J. M. 
Everts. 

© Juliet M. Everts, United States; 1883: 
4809, Mar. 15. 35910 

Pergamus; farce in 1 act, by A. A. Rosenbaum. 
[3], 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1913; D: 31976; Arthur A. 
Rosenbaum, Lawrence, N. Y. 35911 

Perhaps mother knew best; a drama in 4 acts, 
by L. J. L. Stilwell. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 12085, Jan. 3, 1908. 35912 



Peri (The) and the nightingale. 
(The) Leila. 



See Princess 



Pericles, prince of Tyre; by William Shakes- 
peare, ed. with notes, introduction, glossary, 
list of variorum readings and selected criti- 
cism by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. 
[1st folio ed.] New York, T. Y. Crowell & co. 
[1910] 4 p. 1., vii-xsi, 214 p. front. 16°. 

© Feb. 17, 1910; 2c. Feb. 17, 1910; A: 
256S08; Thomas Y. Crowell & co.. New York. 

35913 



— -ed. by C. Alphonso Smith. New York, The 
Macmillan company, 1913. xv, 128 p. front. 
24°. (The Tudor Shakespeare) 

© Apr. 2, 1913 ; 2c. Apr. 3, 1913 ; A : 343745 ; 
Macmillan co.. New York. 35914 

— ed. with notes by Williaim J. Rolfe. Har- 
per's library ed. New York and London, Har- 
per & brothers, 1898. 166 p. front, illus. 12°. 
(Shakespeare's complete works, v. 17) 

© Harper & bros.. New York ; 1898 : 28291. 
May 6; 2c. Jan. 13, 1899. 35915 

•with a special introduction by Algernon 



Charles Swinburne and an original frontis- 
piece by Gerald Moira. [The University press 
Shakespeare. Renaissance ed.] New York, 
George D. Sproul, 1907. xiv, 120 p. front. 
4°. (The complete works of William Shakes- 
peare, with annotations and a general intro- 
duction by Sidney Lee. v. 13) 

© University press, Cambridge, Mass. ; A : 
185033, Aug. 21, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 21, 1907. 

35916 



— (Shakespeare's history of); ed. with notes 
bv William J. Rolfe, with engravings. New 
York, Harper & brothers, 1883. 3 p. 1., [9]- 
164 p. front., illus. (incl. port.) 16°. 

© Harper & bros., New York; 1883:2020, 
Jan. 31 ; 2c. Feb. 15. 35917 



Pericles, prince of Tyre — Continued. 

Same. 

© John C. Rolfe, Philadelphia, as the son 
of the deceased author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 1447, Jan. 11, 1911. 
Original entry, Jan. 31, 1883, no. 2020. 35918 



— Same. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
American book company [1905] 221 p. incl. 
front., illus. 16°. 

© AVilliam J. Rolfe, Cambridge, Mass. ; A : 
132.537, Dec. 2, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 29. 1905. 35919 

— See also Shakespeare's works. 



Peril; an American comedy in 3 acts, by B. T. 
Campbell. 

© Bartlev T. Campbell, Pittsburgh; 1871: 
10351, Nov. 1. 35920 



— a drama in 3 acts, by H. H. Hay and F. J. 
MacBeath, jr. 44 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 12, 1909; D : 16227 ; Henry 
Hanby Hay and Francis J. MacBeath, jr., 
Philadelphia. 35921 

spectaciilar military play in 4 acts and 5 



scenes, by B. Hurst and C. de Lima. 74 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Brandon Hurst and Charles de Lima. 
New York ; D : 15621, Apr. 8, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 
15, 19Q9. 35922 

The drunkard's wife, an American 



or, 



drama in 4 acts, with tableaux, by Ned Bunt- 
line [pseud, of Edward Z. C. Judson] 

© Edward Z. C. Judson, New York ; 1871 : 
4336, May 10. 35923 

Peril (Le) jaune; comgdie en 3 actes, [par] 

Alexandre Bisson et A. de St.-Albin. Paris. 

Librairie theatrale, 1906. 2 p. 1., 208 p. 12°. 

© A. Bisson et St. Albin, Paris; D : 7903. 

Jan. 27, 1906; 2c. Jan. 27, 1906. 35924 

Perilous (The) pass of' the cataract. See 
Gypsey (The) king. 

Perilous pastime; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. 
Fairman. 

© James Fairman, New York ; 1882 : 21881, 
Dec, 23. 35925 

Perilous (A) secret; comedy drama in 5 acts, 
by T. H. Glenney. 

© T. H. Glenney, New York ; 1884 : 14716. 
July 19. 35926 

See also Love and money. 

Perils and rescues. See His father's chum. 

Perils of a great city; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
by Charles Townsend. 

© Penn pub. co.. Philadelphia ; 1899 : 49092. 
July 29 ; 2c. July 29. 35927 

Perils (The) of an orphan. See Condemned. 



1801 



35928 



DBAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35946 



Perils of frontier life. See Comanches (The) 

Perils of New York; by G. E. Stevens. 

© George E. Stevens, Chicago ; 1886 : 63,51, 
Mar. 19. 35928 

Perils (The) of Pauline; drama in 1 act, by 

Chas. W. Goddard. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1914; D : 36238 ; Star cc. 

New York. 35928a 

Perils (The) of the emigrant. Sec Western 
(The) Rose. 

Perils (The) of the poor. See Love and labor. 

Perils (The) of today; play in 5 acts, by C. J. 
Rieder. [34] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1>5. 1912; D : 29160 ; C. .T. 
Kieder, Cincinnati. 35929 

Periscope (The); i'ai-ce-draiua in 3 acts, by 

R. M. Townsend. 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1915; D : 40670 ; Ralph M. 

Townsend, New York. 35929a 

Periwinkle's peril. See Strange (The) lady. 

Perkins of Paterson; a comedy in 1 act, by 
K. M. Knox. 34 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Kate M. Knox, New York; D: 13317, 
July 10. 1908; 2c. July 10, 1908. 35930 

a comedy in 3 acts. 172 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Kate M. Knox, New York ; D : 11997. 
Dec. 28. 1907; 2c. Dec. 28, 1907. 35931 

Perkins' perfidy. See Fillibuster (The) 

Perle (La) noire; com^die en 3 actes en prose, 
par Victorien Sardou . . . with notes and 
vocabularv by Kenneth McKenzie . . . New 
York, W. R. Jenkins co. [1911] vii, 91 p. 
16°. (Theatre con tempera in, no. 5) 

© Feb. 28, 1911 ; 2c. Mar. 3, 1911 ; A : 
283131 : William R. Jenkins co., New York. 

35932 

Perlot; iiiece on 1 acte. en vers, [par] G. Nigond. 
Paris. Librairie Paul Ollendorff. 1911. 33 p. 
12". 

© June 2, 1911; 2c. June 23, 1911; D: 
24.546; Gabriel Nigond, Paris. 35933 

Perlstein's choice; comedy in 1 act, by S. J. 
Hantman. [1], 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 11. 1911; D: 23919; Samuel J. 
Hantman, New York. 35934 

Permanent peace; war play in 4 acts, by H. P. 
Wekesser. 32 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 12, 1915; D : 40139 ; Henry 
Peter Wekesser, New York. 35934a 

PeriDetua; historical tragedy in 5 acts, by J. 
Corel li us. 

© .To.sephine Corcilius, Godfrey. 111.; 1891: 
14822, Apr. 20 ; 2c. June 17. 35935 



Perpetual emotion; 3 act farce comedy, by J. J. 
Noel. [74] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph J. Noel, Bmervville. Cal. ; D : 
47S2, Mar. 24, 1904 ; 2c. Mar. 24, 1904. 35936 

Perpetual motion; a drama in 4 acts, by L. 
Grabame. San Francisco, 1S80. 

© Livingston Grahame, Chicago; 1880: 
18556, Dec. 6. 35937 

nigger act, by J. Robio. 23 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 13, 1911 ; D : 26019 ; Joseph Ro- 

bie, New York. 35938 

-play in 1 act, by R. Countryman. 89 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic Jan. 13, 1914 ; D : 35639 ; Rose Coun- 
tryman, Elkhart, Ind. 35938a 

See aJ-90 Tramp (A) among cranks. 

Perpetae; buufConnerie militaire en 1 acte, [par] 
Alin ?kIonjardin ot Henry Gambart, mise en 
•scdne de M. H. Delattre. Paris, C. Joubert, 
1912. 32 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 28. 1912; 2c. Jan. 21, 1913; D: 
32021; Joubert, Pai-is. 35939 

Perplexed (The) husband; a comedy in 4 acts, 
bv Alfred Sutro. London. S. French, ltd.; 
New York, S. French, 1913. 100 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 11, 1913 ; 2c. Feb. 12, 1913 ; D : 32287, 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 35940 

Perplexed (The) postmaster; a protean play 
in 3 acts, by E. T. Hardy. 

© E. Trueblood Hardy, New York; 1871: 
4959, May 27. 35941 

Perplexing (A) predicament; a negro act in 1 
scene, by George H. Goes. Boston, W. H. 
Baker &"co., 1895. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1895: 
27906, I\Liy 23 ; 2c. July 5. 35942 

Perplexing (A) situation; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by S. .Jennie Sniitb. Philadelphia, The Penn 
publisbing company, 1895. 

® Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1895 : 39220, 
July 30 ; 2c. .Tuly 30. 35943 

Perplexities. 

© Alpbonse M. Yocbum, Pittsburgh; 1879: 
17158, Dec. 20 ; 2c. Oct. 10. 1881. 35944 

Pei-plexities (The) of Jane; drama in 3 acts, by 
Stella Le Roy (IMrs. S. King) [97] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1913 ; D : 35001 ; Mrs. Starr 
King, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 35945 

Perplexities (The) of Josiah; comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. Colville. [128] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1912; D; 29260; Fulton Col- 
ville, New York. 35946 



1802 



35946 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



35060 



Perplexities (The) of Peter; a comedy drama in 
3 acts, by Charles Morton. Chicago, III., The 
Chicago manuscript co., 1914. [68] p. f". 
Mimeographed. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1914; D: 38573; Alexander 
Byer.s, Chicago. 35946a 

Perplexity of Monsieur Victor. See Indus- 
trious (The) moth. 

Perra (La) gorda; juguete c6mico en 3 actos, 
escrito por Joaquin Lopez Barbadillo y An- 
tonio Feniilndez Lepina. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1912. 145 p. 12°. 

© May 24, 1912; 2c. May 13, 1912; D: 
29770; J. Lopez Barbadillo y A. Fernandez 
Lepina, Madrid. 35947 

Perro (El) del molino; zarzuela en 1 acto y 3 
cuadros, original [de] L. Navarro Serrano y 
J. Villamur, mtisica de Francisco A. de San 
Felipe y Cavo Vela. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1909. 46 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© Le6n Navarro Serrano and Julio Vil- 
lamur, Madrid; D : 15471, Mar. 27, 1909; 2c. 
Mar. 27, 1909. 35948 

Perros (Los) de presa; viaje en 4 actos, di- 
vididos en 10 cuadros, escrito por A. Paso 
y J. Abati [intermedios, melopeas y servicio 
musical escenico del maestro Torregrosa] 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1910. 
102 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© May 23, 1910; 2c. May 24, 1910;- D: 
21160; Antonio Paso v Joaquin Abati, Madrid. 

35949 

Perrot's dream; by A. Mahr. 

© Agnes Mahr, New York ; D : 4431, Dec. 
26, 1903. 

35950 

Perry (The) boys; social center-historical play 
in 3 scenes, for 10 boys, by Harold Strong 
Latham. New York, S. French; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1913. 28 p. 12°. ([French's 
international copyrighted ed. of the works of. 
the best authors, no. 265] ) 

© Nov. 10, 1913; 2c. Nov. 11, 1913; D: 
34978; Samuel French, New York. 35951 

Perry Hinkle's son; a musical comedy in 1 act, 
by C. E. Grapewin. 10 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Charles E. Grapewin, Newark, N. J. ; 
D : 1510, Mar. 3, 1902 ; 2c. Feb. 17, 1902. 

35952 

Perry Sherry of Sherry ville; a silver fantasy, 
a farce in 3 acts, by A. D. Clement. 

© Ada D. Clement, San Francisco ; D : 2209, 
July 12. 1902. 35953 



Perry's victory on Lake Erie; an original 
drama, by J. Hart. 

© Josh Hart, New York; 1875:5396, May 
24. 35954 

Persecuted; a drama in 3 acts, by Dr. C. C. 
Northrup. 

© Charles C. Northrup, New York; 1874: 
9192, July 13. 35955 

or. Vagabond and fugitive, a melodrama 



in 5 acts and 5 tableaux, by M. Machol. 

© Max Machol, Dayton, O. ; 1878:10355, 
Sept. 9. 35956 

Persephone; a masque, by Louis V. Ledoux. 
(/;/ his Shadow of ^l^^tna. New York and 
London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1914. viii, 90 
p. 12°) 

© Mar. 14, 1914; 2c. Apr. 4, 1914; A: 
371219 ; L. V. Ledoux, New York. 35956a 

a myth presented in pageant form by the 

pupils of the Bishop's school, San Diego, in 
their school gardens, commencement week of 
the Bishop's schools, June the eighth, nineteen 
hundred and fourteen, by Isabelle Fiske Co- 
nant. [San Diego, Cal., Frye & Smith, print- 
ers] 1914. [12] p. 8°. 

© May 25, 1914; 2c. June 1, 1914; A: 
381587; Isabella Fiske Conant, Wellesley 
Hills, Mass. 35956b 

Perseus and Medusa; pantomime with 8 scenes 
and 9 dramatic dances, by V. Tanner. 12 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1912 ; D : 31141 ; Virginia Tan- 
ner, Dorchester, Mass. 35957 

Perseverance; [or. The boob's proposal], 
unique comedy, singing and talking act, by 
F. L. Halls. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1915 ; D : 41424 ; Frank Lay- 
ton Halls, New York. 35957a 

Persian (The) cat; musical comedy in minia- 
ture, book and lyrics by F. Clifford Harris, 
music by Eddie Jewell. 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Words only] 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1910 ; D : 20833 ; Harris and 
Jewell, San Francisco. 35958 

Persian (A) lamb; book and lyrics by A. L. 
Robb, music by Wilford Herbert. 

© Arthur L. Robb, Baltimore; D:4781. 
Mar. 24, 1904. 35959 

Persian (A) pilgrimage; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, book and lyrics by G. Vredenburg. 
84 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Clarence Vredenberg, Chicago ; D : 5989, 
Dec. 31, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 31, 1904. 35960 



1803 



35961 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



35981 



Persian (A) princess; by Leedham Bantock 
and P. J. Barrow, lyrics by Percy Greenbank, 
music by S. Jones, with additional numbers 
by Marie Home. London, K. Prowse & cc, 
ltd., 1909. 4 p. 1., 5-38 numb. 1. 8°. 

© Sidney Jones. London ; D : 15838, May 4, 
1909; 2c. May 4, 1909. 35961 



— new oriental musical production, book by 
Leedham Bantock and P. J. Burrow, lyrics 
by Percy Greenbank, music by S. Jones, with 
additional numbers by Marie Home. Lyrics. 
London, Keith Prowse & co., ltd., .1909. 38 
numb. 1. 8°. 

© Sidney Jones, London ; D : 15838, May 4, 
1909 ; 2c. May 4, 1909. . 35962 



a play in 2 acts, by L. Bantock, P. J, Bar- 
row, P. Greenbank and S. Jones. 106 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Leedham Bantock, P. J. Barrow, Percy 
Greenbank and Sidney Jones, London ; D : 
15850, May 14, 1909 ; 2c. May 14, 1909. 35963 

Persian (The) queen. See Hadassah. 

Persistent (A) lover; comedy sketcli, by G. 
llitschel. 13 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1909; D: 17026; Gustav 
Ritschel, Union Hill, N. J. 35964 

Persistent (A) wooer; play in 1 act, by W. 
Montague. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1912 ; D : 31078 ; Walter Mon- 
tague, San Francisco. 35965 

Person (A) of pretence; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
R. Henegan. 

© Rex Henegan, Boston ; D : 3042, Feb. 4, 
1903. 35966 

Personal; a comedy in 4 acts, by G. F. Rowe. 

© George Fawcett Rowe, New York ; 1873 : 
14932, Dec. 27. 35967 



in 



of 



3 acts, by George Toile [pseud 
L. C. Schem] 

© Lida Clara Schem, Hoboken, N. J. ; 
1900 A : 26143, Oct. 20. 35968 

Personal (A) ad; comedy sketch, by E. Fitch. 
18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Eunice Fitch, Chicago; D : 1676, Apr. 1, 
1902 ; 2c. Apr. 1, 1902. 35969 

a play in 3 acts, by A. Pugh. [59] p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© Adelaide Pugh, New York ; D : 667, July 
18, 1901 ; 2c. July 18, 1901. 35970 

Personal (A) matter; a comedy in 1 act, by 

F. E. Chase. Boston, G. M. Baker & company, 

1880. 1 p. 1., 22 p. 12'. ( [The globe drama] ) 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1880:6632, 

Apr. 29; 2c, Apr. 30. 35970a 



Personal note; comedy in 3 acts, by H. B. Os- 
borne and Anne Flowerree Cloud. 142 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 22, 1909; D : 17503 ; Hubert 
Benjamin Osborne, New York. 35971 

Personally (A) conducted fling; play in 1 act, 
by S. T. Nott. [1], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Oct. 29, 1912 ; D : 31272 ; Sarah Thurs- 
ton Nott, Oakland, Cal. 35972 

Personals; farce in 1 act, by Baruch Israeli. 
47 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1910; D: 21241; B. Israeli, 

Washington. 35973 

by H. J. O. Pohl. [25] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Henry J. O. Pohl. Brooklyn; I): 760, 
Aug. 15, 1901 ; 2c. Aug. 15, 1901. 35974 

a modern comedy-drama in 5 acts, by J. F. 



Latham. 

© James F. Latham, Chicago ; 1880 : 4140, 
Mar. 15. 35975 

Persuasion; 1 act play, by B. A. Fisher. 19 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28, 1910; D: 20316; Boyde 
Archer Fisher, Kansas City, Mo. 35976 

Pert; a drama in prologue and 3 acts, by F. 
Stinson. 

© Fred Stinson, Boston ; 1872 : 144, Jan. 6. 

35977 



— »an original American comedy drama in 3 
acts, by F. Marsden (W. A. Sliver) 73 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Fred Marsden, New York; 1884:25104. 
Dec. 17; 2c. Jan. 18, 1886. 35978 

• an original comedy drama in 4 acts, by 



Bob Watt [pseud, of R. W. Smiley] 

© Robert Watt Smiley, Philadelphia ; 1886 : 
30590, Dec. 31. 35979 

— See also My stepmother. 



Perverseness (The) of Pamela; farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by V. Church. 87 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 29, 1915 ; D : 41220 ; Virginia 
Church and Ellen W. Frame, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 35979a 

Pesceballo (II); opera in 1 act, Italian words 
by Francis James Child, English version by 
James Russell I>owell. Chicago, The Caxtou 
club, 1899. 3 p. 1., 3-53 p., 1 1., double pi. 8°. 

© Caxtou club, Chicago ; 1900 A : 2487, Jan. 
27; 2c. Jan. 27. 35980 

Pessimist (Ein); lustspiel in 4 akten, von 
Ernst Hiller. 

© H. C. O. Huss, Princeton, N. J.; 1892: 
43397, Oct. 26. 35981 



1804 



35981 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36000 



Pest (The) family; musical comedy in 2 acts, 
by Prank Dumont. 85 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Apr. 8, 1915; D: 40206; Gus Hill, 
New York. 35981a 

Pestered (The) priest; a comedietta in 1 act 
and 2 characters, by C. A. Sweetland. 

© Charles A. Sweetland, Chicago; 1875: 
8861, Aug. 26. 35982 

Pet; 1 act drama, by H. A. Kiernan. 7 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1910; D: 20322; Henry A. 
Kiernan, Boston. 35983 

Pet and Pert; a comedy in 1 act, by R. Boggs. 

© Robert Boggs, Long Beach, Miss.; D: 

3596, June 13, 1903. 35984 

Pet (The) dove; children's play in 4 acts, by 
John Rea. San Francisco, Whitaker & Ray 
Wiggin CO., 1915. 31 p. 12°. 

© June 14, 1915; 2c. June 21, 1915; D: 
41178; Whitaker & Ray Wiggin co.. San 
Francisco. 35984a 

Christmas playlet for children, by J. Rea. 



23 p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 4, 1915; D: 39583; John Rea, 
Mill Valley, Cal. 35984b 

Pet (The) of Circle C ranch; a western play 
in 4 acts, by O. Graham. [52] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Oscar Graham, New York ; D : 11891, 
Dec. 9, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 9, 1907. 35985 

Pet (The) of Paris; comic opera in 3 acts, by 
Harry and Edward Paulton, music by A. 
Moulton. 76 p. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto] 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1911 ; D : 24082 ; Alfred 
Moulton, New York. 35986 

Pet (The) of Parson's ranch; a comedy-drama 
in 5 acts, by Farrand Felch. Chicago, T. S. 
Denison. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; 1886:22867, 
Oct. 11 ; 2c. Oct. 15. 35987 

Pet (The) of the camp. See Joe, the waif. 

Pet (The) of the coal miners. See Rhody. 

Pet (The) of the petticoats; or, A modern 
Jekyll and Hyde, play in 3 acts, adapted 
from the French farce. Chaste Cassimir, by 
Antony Jlars. American adaptation by A. 
Gillespie. 138 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1913; D: 32093; Arthur 
Gillespie, New York. 35988 

Petalesharoo; and The star brave, poetic 
dramas, by H. F. Sanders. Butte, Mont., 
McKee printing company, 1910. 35 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 28, 1910; 2c. Mar. 7, 1910; D: 
20364; Helen Fitzgerald Sanders, Butte, Mont. 

35989 



Pete; a play, by H. Caine. 68 p. f°. Proof. 
© Hall Caine, Isle of Man, England; D: 
13900, Sept. 12, 1908; 2c. Sept. 15- 1908. 

35990 

Pete and Ephraim; an Ethiopian sketch in 1 
scene. New York, Happy hours company 
[1874] 6 p. 12°. ([Ethiopian drama, no. 
86]) 

© Happy hours co.. New York ; 1874 : 12242. 
Sept. 28; 2c. Oct. 17. 35991 

Pete and the peddler; a negro and Irish sketch 
in 1 scene, bv F. K. Wallace, arr. by Charles 
White. New York, R. M. De Witt, 1876. 6 p. 
12°. ( [De Witt's Ethiopian and comic drama, 
no. 87] 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1876: 
7983, July 3 ; 2c. July 26. 35992 

Pete Beetroot; or, Jigs, jags and jingles, farce 
in 1 act, bv L. E. Chenoweth. Clyde, O., 
Ames' publishing co., 1902. 13 p. 12°. 
( [Ames' series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 432]) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; D : 1624. Mar. 
20, 1902; 2c. Mar. 20, 1902. 35993 

Pete (The) men; or. The weak spot, 1 act play, 
by P. Haight. [14] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

. © Ic. Jan. 8, 1913 ; D : 31908 ; Parker Haight, 
Kansas City, Mo. 35994 

Pete Yansen's gurl's moder; a Swede mono- 
logue, by Charley Varley. Chicago, T. S. 
Denison, 1907. 7 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 11319. Sept. 
9, 1907; 2c. Oct. 25, 1907. 35995 

Peter; comedy in 3 acts, by A. Reichman. 100, 
[2] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

. © Ic. May 3, 1911 ; D : 24123 ; Arthur Reich- 
man, New York. 35996 

farce in 1 act, by Harry Osborne. Boston, 

W. H. Baker & co., 1913. 20 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 21, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 22, 1913 ; D : 34801 ; 
Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 35997 

military opera in 3 acts, libretto by W. H. 

Harris, music by A. P. Harris. 

© Arthur Percy Harris, Washington ; 1894 : 
41232, Sept. 8. 35998 

Peter and Paul; or, The two Vandykes, a 
comedy drama in 3 acts, by P. V. Olker. 

© P. V. Olker, Macomb, 111.; 1899:79292, 
Dec. 6. 35999 

Peter and Pepita; or. The conquest of Porto 
Rico, a comedy sketch in 1 act, by F. F. 
Schrader, music by Fr. W. Ecke. 

© Fred F. Schrader, Washington ; D : 1555, 
Mar. 11, 1902. 36000 



1805 



36001 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36017 



Peter and the Roman captain. See Good 
(The) Samaritan, and other Bible stories 
dramatized. 

Peter Donse; comedy [in 3 acts] by D. H. 
Loux. 73 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© ic. May 2, 1912; D: 29610; Dubois H. 
Loux, New York. 36001 

Peter falls from grace; musical farce in 1 act, 
by Cbarles Morton. Chicago, Chicago manu- 
script CO., 1914. [27] p. f°. Mimeographed. 
[^^■ords only] 

© Dec. 14, 1914; 2c. Dec. 23, 1914; D: 
39200; Alex. Byers, Chicago. 36001a 

Peter Ibbetson; play in 4 acts and an epih>gue, 
by J. N. Raphael, dramatized from the story 
of the same name by George Du Maurier. 
56 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1915; D: 41934; John Na- 
thaniel Raphael, London. 36001b 

Peter Ibbetson's dream. See Galaxy (A) of 
stars. 

Peter Kregster, the Boer; by M. Stevens. 

© Maud Stevens, Homestead, Kan. ; D : 
2908, Jan. 26, 1903. 36002 

Peter Luth von Altenhagen; trauerspiel in 4 
aufziigen, von Ottomar Enking. Berlin, Aim 
& Simrock, 1912. 194 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Dec. 7, 1912; D : 31607 ; Biihnenver- 
hig Ahn & Simrock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 36003 

Peter MUhlenberg; oder, Bibel und schwert, 
historisches schauspiel in 5 akten, von Fried- 
rich H. Ernst. New York, P. H. Ernst. 1899. 
2 p. 1., 100 p. front, (port.) 12°. 

© Fred H. Ernst, New York ; 1899 : 17892, 
Mar. 9; 2c. Mar. 30. 36004 

or, Bible and sword, historical drama in 



5 acts, by F. H. Ernst. 

© Fred. H. Ernst, New York ; 1899 : 17891, 
Mar. 9. 36005 

Peter Pastor; play in 3 acts, by W. E. Bolles. 
[122] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 11, 1913 ; D : 34099 ; William E. 
Bolles, Detroit. 36006 

Peter Paterson; a sketch, by V. Sorlin. 5 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Victor Sorlin, New York ; D : 15866, May 
15, 1909 ; 2c. May 15, 1909. 36007 

Peter Peter: a comic opera in 2 acts, by H. E. 
Schwab. [63] p. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto 
only] 

© Henry E. Schwab, Milwaukee ; D : 10766, 
June 13, 1907 ; 2c. June 13, 1907. 36008 

Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater; comedy in 4 acts, 
by E. W. Hawkridge. 123 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Dec. 30, 1914; D: 39239; Ella Win- 
ifred Hawkridge. Newington, N. H. 36008a 



Peter Piper; play in 3 acts, by George C. Hazel - 
ton. 109 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1915; D : 41984 ; George C. 
Hazelton, jr., New York. 36008b 

Peter Piper's troubles; a farcical comedy in 4 
acts, bv Jus. 11. Slater. New York, Dick & 
Fitzgerald, 1913. 60 p. 12°. 

© .Tan. 29, 1913; 2c. Jan. 31, 1913; D: 
32263 ; Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 36009 

Peter Piquant; a fantastical musical comedy in 
2 acts, by Clarence Vredenburg. 77 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Clarence Vredenburg, Chicago ; D : 4960, 
Apr. 21, 1904; 2c. .luly 12, 1904. 36010 

Peter Progress and the little explorers; an 
original fairy extravaganza in 3 acts, by Jes- 
sie Villars. 

© Emory G. Stineman, New York ; D : 6683, 
May 18. 1905. 36011 

Peter Pumpernickel; fairy play in 3 acts, by 
E. K. Gibson. [91] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 22, 1914 ; D : 37387 ; Eva Katha- 
rine Gibson, Chicago. 36011a 

Peter Schlemihl; schauspiel in 3 akten, nach 
[Adelbertvon] Chamisso, von Hans L'Arronge. 
Berlin, Deutscher theater-verlag, 1912. 102 i». 
12°. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1913; D: 31836; Deutscher 
theater verlag, Berlin. 36012 

Peter Schlemihl, the man who sold his shadow; 
a play in 3 acts, from the German of Chamisso, 
by J. H. Troadwell. 

© John H. Treadwell, New York; 1873: 
848, Jan. 31. 36013 

Peter Stuyvesant; a comic opera in 3 acts, by 
L. H. Vincent. 

© Leon H. Vincent, Philadelphia; 1892: 
10475, Mar. 7. 36014 

Peter Stuyvesant in New Amsterdam. Sec 
Historical stories in dramatic form. 

Peter Sullivan's adventure; drama in 3 acts, by 
C. Hansen. 

© Chr. Hansen, Hartford ; 1899 : 36681, June 
2. 36015 

Peter T. Flint; a play in 4 acts, by J. L. Berry. 

© John Louis Berry, Denver; D: 7905, Jan. 

27, 190G. 36016 

Peter the Great; a play in 5 acts, by L. Irving. 
[New York, The De Vinne press, 1897] 113 p. 
8°. 

© Laurence Irving, London ; 1897 : 57403, 
Oct. 11 ; 2c. Oct. 23. 36017 



1806 



36018 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36037 



Peter the Hermit; romantic religious drama of 
the Middle Ages in 6 acts. 35 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Warren Clvde Spalding, New York ; D : 
8458. May 1, 1906; 2c. Apr. 30, 1906. 36018 

Peterchens mondfahrt; marchenspiel, von Gerdt 
von Bassewitz. Leipzig, E. Rowohlt verlag, 
1912. 127 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 1, 1912 ; 2c. Feb. 17, 1913 ; D : 32973 ; 
Ernst Rowohlt verlag, I.eipzig. 36019 

Peterkin (The) See Cup (A) of coffee. 

Peterkin's papa; an original play in 1 act, by 
LX S. Genung. 

© S. G. Genung, New York ; D : 10718, June 
7, 1907. 36020 

Peter's chance; play in 3 acts, by E. Lyttelton. 
London, Duckworth and co., 1912. [6], 74 p. 
16°. 

© Oct. 10, 1912 ; Ic. Oct. 19, 1912 ; Ic. Nov. 
15, 1912 ; D : 31686 : Edith Lyttelton, London. 

36021 

Peter's garden; sentimental idea in 4 acts, by 
B. Martin. 157 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1912 ; D : 30553 ; Boyd Mar- 
tin, Louisville. 36022 

Peter's mother; modern comedy in 3 acts, by 
Mrs. Henry De la Pasture. [116] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Otho Stuart, London ; D : 7829, Jan. 9, 
1906; 2c. Jan. 9, 1906. 36023 

a play in 3 acts, by Mrs. H. De la Pasture. 



liOndon, S. French, ltd. ; New York. S. French, 
1909. 2 p. 1.. 118 p. 12°. 

© Mrs. Heurv De la Pasture, London ; D : 
16022. June 8, 1909 ; 2c. June 10, 1909. 36024 

Peter's pence; comedy in 3 acts, by W. Beaton. 
54 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1914; D : 38922 ; Welford 
Beaton, Seattle. 36024a 

Petersburg; a military drama in 1 act, by Irving 
Windley [pseud, of Irving Windley Edwards] 
10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Irving W. Edwards, Brooklyn ; D : 12928, 
May 7, 1908 ; 2c. May 12, 1908. 36025 

Petersburg (The) poker club; comedy sketch, 
by James Matthews. [1], 37 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 11, 1913; D : 31942 ; Grace Fil- 
kins. New York. 36026 

Pete's luck; an Ethiopian sketch in 1 act, by 
J. J. McDermott. New York, Happy hours 
company [1874] 11 p. 12°. ([Ethiopian 
drama, no. 85]) 

© Happy hours co.. New York ; 1874 : 12250, 
Sept. 28 ; 2c. Oct. 17. 36027 



Peti, the vagabond; a musical comedy romance 
in 4 acts, by Clay M. Greene. 

© Hubert Wilke, United States; 1890: 
19599, June 17. 36028 

Petie Barnum Jones; farce-comedy In 3 acts, 
by Leslie Jordan. 145 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1915; D: 41425; Sanger & 
Jordan, New York. 36028a 

Petiote (L') See Tot. 

Petit (Un) beguin; comedie en 1 acte, par 
Yves Mirande. Paris, Georges Ondet et Max 
Viterbo, 1913. 28 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 8, 1913 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1913 ; D : 35098 ; 
G. Ondet et M. Viterbo. Paris. 36029 

Petit (Le) cafe; comedie en 3 actes, par T. 
Bernard. (L'lUustration theatrale, 8' an- 
nee— 214. 18 mai 1912) 

© May 18, 1912; 2c. June 13, 1912; D: 
29957; Tristan Bernard, Paris. 36030 

See also Kleine (Das) cafe. — Little (The) 



cafe. 

Petit chagrin; piece en 3 actes, par M. Vaucaire. 

© Maurice Vaucaire, France; 1899:70513, 

Oct. 30; 2c. Oct. 30. 36031 

Petit (Le) chapeau; de H. de Brisay. 5 p. 4°. 
Typewritten, 

© Ic. June 21, 1912; D : 30062 ; Gaumont 
CO., New York. 36032 

Petit (Le) chapeau rouge (The little red hat); 
American drama in 3 acts, by L. H. Johnson. 
[125] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1911; D: 25226; Lute H. 
Johnson, Denver. 36033 

Petit (Le) dieu; comedie en 4 actes, de L. Artus. 

{In Supplement du Monde illustre, no. 2801) 

© Dec. 3, 1910 ; 2c. Jan. 7, 1911 ; D : 23034 ; 

Louis Artus, Paris. 36034 

Petit (Le) due; a comic opera in 3 acts, tr. and 
adapted from the French of H. Meilhac and 
L. Hal§vy. 

© R. E. J. Miles, United States ; 1878 : 7396. 
June 22. 36035 

Petit (Le) Fouchard; comedie en 3 actes en 
prose, [par] C. Raymond et A. Sylvane [pseud, 
de Paul Gerard] Paris, Librairie theatrale, 
1908. 3 p. 1., 155 p. 12°. 

© Charles Raymond et Andre Sylvane, 
Paris; D : 14285, Nov. 14, 1908; 2c. Nov. 14, 
1908. 36036 

Petit (Le) marie; a dramatic romance in 3 
acts, by W. E. Horton. 

© William Edward Horton, St. Louis ; 1893 : 
40407, Sept. 5. 36037 



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36052 



Petit negro, petit heros; drame en 1 note, do 
H. Desfontaines. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 28. 1915 ; D : 40497 ; H. Desfon- 
taines, Paris. 36037a 

Petit Parisien. See Avocat des gueux. 

Petite (line) amie; comMle en 4 actes, par 
E. Brieux. New York, W. R. Jenkins. 1902. 
1 p. 1., 37 p. f°. 

© Eugene Brieux, Paris ; D : 1864, May 9. 
1002; 2c. May 9, 1902. 36038 

Petite (La) Blanchefleur. .SVc Kanz (Le) des 
vaches. 

Petite (La) Boheme; op§rette en 3 actes, d'apr6s 
Henri Murger. paroles de P. Ferrier. musique 
tie Henri Hirchmann. Pari.s, Calniann-Levy, 
1905. 2 p. 1., 140 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Paul Ferrier, Paris; D : G370. Mar. 21. 
1905; 2c. Mar. 21, 1905. 36039 

Petite Bretonne; vaudeville en 1 acte, par B. 
Lebreton et Henrv Moreau. Paris, C. Joubert, 
1911. 40 p. 8°. 

© Jan. 28, 1911; 2c. Jan. 24, 1911; D: 
23178; Joubert, Paris. 36040 

Petite chocolatiere; comedie en 4 actes, par P. 
Gavault. 36 p. illus. 4°. (L'lllustration 
tligatrale, no. 129, 18 novembre 1909) 

© Nov. 13, 1909 ; 2c. Dec. 4, 1909 ; D : 17615 ; 
Paul Gavault, Paris. 36041 

See also Kleine (Das) chocoladen-niad- 



chen. 

Petite (La) dame en blanc; comedie en 2 actes, 
par P. (iiafferi. [57] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1913 : D : 34966 ; Paul Giafferi, 
Paris. 36041a 

Petite (La) fonctionnaire; comedie en o actes, 
par Alfred Capus. Paris, Cliarpeutier et Fas- 
quelle, 1904. 2 p. 1., 277 p. 12°. 

© E. Fasquelle, Paris; I): 5593, Oct. 3, 
1904; 2c. Aug. 22, 1904. 36042 

/SV;p tilso Theatre complet; [dej Alfred 

Capus. 

Petite gargotiere; vaudeville en 1 acte, [de] B. 
Lebreton et Plenry Moreau. Paris, C. Joubert. 
[1909] 22 p. 4°. 

© Dec. 11, 1909; 2c. Dec. 28. 1909; D: 
17798; Joubert, Paris. 36043 

Petite (La) Jasmin; comgdie en 3 actes, par 
Willy et Georges Docquois [pseud, de Henry 
Gautliier-Villars] Paris, A. Michel, 1912. 
128 p. port. 12°. 

© Nov. 20, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 7. 1912 ; D : 31609 ; 

.\!i»iii :\ricli('l. Paris. 36044 



Petite Madame Dubois; comedie-bouffe en 3 
actes, par P. Gavault et J. Lahais. Paris, 
P. \. Stock, 1906. 162 p. 12°. 

© Paul Gavault et Jean Lahais, Paris; D: 
8114, Mar. 7, 1906 ; 2c. Mar. 7. 1906. 36045 

Petite (La) maison; op6ra-comique en 3 acteSj 
paroles de Alexandre [Charles Auguste] 
Bisson et Georges Docquois [pseud, de Henry 
Gautliier-AMllars], musique de William Chau- 
met. Livret paroles seules. Paris, Choudens, 
1903. 2 p. 1., 139 p. 12°. 

© Choudeus, Paris ; D : 3583, June 15, 1903 ; 
2c. June 15, 1903. 36046 

Petite (La) Manon; opera-comique en 4 actes 
et 5 tableaux, de Maurice Ordonneau et A. 
Heuze, nuisiqno de Henri Hirchmann. Paris. 
Choudens, 1913. 155 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Dec. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 13, 1913 ; D : 35333 ; 
Choudens, Paris. 36047 

Petite (La) marquise; comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
Meilhac and Lud. Hale\T, put into English 
by Charles Alfred Byrne. New York, F. Rull- 
man, 1904. 61 p. 4°. [French and English] 

© F. Rullman, New York ; D : 5839, Nov. 29. 
1904; 2c. Nov. 29. 1904. 36048 

Petite peste; piece en 3 actes, de R. Coolus 
[pseud, de R. C. Weill] 28 p. illus. 4°. 

(Supplement gratuit an no. 2892 du Monde 
illustre. 31 aofit 1912) 

© Aug 31, 1912; 2c. Sept. 27, 1912; D: 
30973 ; Romain Coolus, Paris. 36049 

Petite (La) pintade bleue; [par] Gyp [pseud, 
de Sibylle Gabrielle Marie Antoinette de 
Riquetti de IMirabeau, Comtesse de Martel de 
.Tanville] Paris, Calmann-Levv, 1914. vi, 289 
p. 1 1. 12°. 

© July 8, 1914; Ic. July 16, 1914; A— For- 
eign : 10887 ; Calmann-Levy, Paris. 36049a 

Petite plays; a collection of plays, by Willis N. 
Bugbee, Louise Rand Bascom, Elizabeth F. 
Guptill, Clara J. Denton and Fred L. Pauly. 
Lebanon, O., March brothers, 1912. 94 p. 

12°. 

© Sept. 2, 1912 ; 2c. Sept. 5, 1912 ; D : 30742 : 
March bros., Lebanon, O. 36050 

Petite (La) poison. See Succes (Les) 

Petite (La) Quaker. See Quaker girl. 

Petite romance; in 2 scenes, by P. Wolf man. 3 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1910; D : 20081 ; Paul Wolf- 
man, New York. 36051 
Petite (La)'Roque: drame en 3 actes, d'aprSs 
la uouvelle de Guv de Maupassant, par Audr6 
de Lorde et P. Chaine. 24 p. illus. 4°. 
(Supplement gratuit au no. 2853 du IVIonde 
illu.'<tre, 2 decembre 1911) 

© Dec. 2, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 22, 1911 ; D : 28058 ; 
.\ndr6 de Lordo & P. Chaine, Paris. 36052 



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36053 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36069 



Petites folles. See Theatre.— Theatre com- 
plet; [de] Alfred Capus. 

Petition of the people of the United States to 
Congress to concrete the streets of the cities 
and towns, and get rid of the dust in our 
houses and on the streets; in 5 acts. 

© William Barrett, Boston; 1887:22582, 
Sept. 5 ; 2c. Sept. 21. 36053 

Petits (Les); piece en 3 nctes, par L. Nepoty. 32 
p. illus. 4°. (L'lUustration thefitrale, 8'= an- 
nee— 209, 6 avril 1912) 

© Apr. 6, 1912 ; 2c. May 11, 1912 ; D : 29641 : 
Lucien Nepoty, Paris. 36054 

Petits (Les)3oyeux; by Gyp [pseud, of Comtesse 
<le Martel de Janville] Paris, Calmanu-Levy 
[1910] 3 p. 1., 384 p., 2 1. 12°. 

© June 15, 1910; 2c. June 24, 1910; D: 
21409; Calmanu-L§vy, Paris. 36055 

Petits (Les) oiseaux. See Old innocence. 

Petroleum; comedy in 2 acts, by J. Lewis. [2], 
74 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Ic. Feb. 9, 1911; D : 23674 ; Jay Lewis, 
llichmoud. 36056 

Petruchio tamed; a comedy in 4 acts, by Frances 
Courteiiay Baylor [i. e. F. C. B. Barnum], 
with Lullaby, words by F. C. Baylor, music by 
Eugene Baylor. 4 v. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28, 1912 ; D : 29056 ; Frances C. B. 
Barnum, Winchester, Va. ' 36057 



Petticoats and pants. See Aunt Josephine. 

Petticoats are trumps; play in 5 acts, by L. de 

G. Martin. [7], 108 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 4, 1914; D: 39146; LucydeGrasse 
Martin, Chicago. 36061b 

Pettigrew's birthday; comedy in 1 act, by John 
Stokes. [l],16p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1914; D: 37258; Edward S. 
Abeles, New York. 36061c 

Pettycoats and bayonets; a play in 4 acts, by 
A. M. Steele. 82 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Asa M. Steele, New York ; D : 771, Aug. 
17, 1901 ; 2c. Aug. 17, 1901. 36062 

Peu (Un) de musique; piece en 1 acte, tir§e de 

la nouvelle d'Eugene Fourrier, par Gaston 

Cronier. Paris, C. Joubert, 1906. 30 p. 12°. 

© Joubert, Paris; D : 7984, Feb. 12, 1906; 

2c. Feb. 12. 1906. 36063 

Peur (La) ; comedie en 1 acte, par Felix Du- 
quesnel. I'aris, Librairie theatrale, 1904. 41 
p. 12°. 

© L. Michaud, Paris; D : 4803, Mar. 2b. 
1904; 2c. Mar. 29, 1904. 36064 

Peur (La) des coups. See Blank-cartridge. 

Peytons (The) of Virginia; by J. M. Thompson. 
Typewritten. 

© J. M. Thompson, Albany ; 1898 : 71407, 
Dec. 8 ; 2c. Dec. 8. 36065 



Pets of society; a farce, by T S. Denison. Chi- pf^^endorf. See Drei siege. 



cago, T. S. Denison, 1880. 15 p. 12°. 
([School and social drama]) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1880 : 15809, Oct. 
16 ; 2c. Oct. 26. 36058 



— • Same. 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago, in renewal for 14 
vears from Oct. 16, 1908 ; D : 13816, Sept. 17, 
1908; 2c. Sept. 17, 1908. 36059 



Pettibloat and Pettygroat. Sec Bain (The) 
maker. 

Petticoat politics; melodramatic-farce in 1 act, 
by T. Oliphant. [13] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 2, 1913 ; D : 35236 ; Thomas E. Oli- 
phant, Philadelphia. 36060 

Petticoated Paris; a musical comedv in 2 acts, by 
.1. A. King and G. E. Hall. [47] p. f°. Type- 
written. [Words only] 

© George Edward Hall and John A. King, 
Brooklyn; D : 19.59, Mav 31, 1902; 2c. (synop- 
sis) May 31, 1902; 2c. Jan. 19, 1903. 36061 

Petticoats; an extravaganza in 2 acts, by James 
Ward. 

© James T. O'Brien. Philadelphia; 1879: 
5915, May 2. 36061a 



Pfarrerin (Die); schauspiel in 3 akten. von 
Richard Fellinger. Berlin, Vita, deutsches 
verlagshaus, 1908. 3 p. 1., [5]-138 p. 12°. 

© Vita, deutsches verlagshaus, Berlin; D: 
13071, May 27, 1908; Ic. May 27, 1908; Ic. 
Sept. 18, 1908. 36066 

Pfarrers (Des) tochter von Streladorf ; komodie 
in 3 aufzugen, von M. Dreyer. Berlin, Ver- 
triebsstelle des Verbandes deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller, g. m. b. h., 1909. 162 p. 12°. 
© Max Dreyer, Berlin ; D : 15974, May 29. 
1909; 2c. May 29, 1909. 36067 

Pflicht (Die) der freundschaft; drama in einem 
vorspiel imd 3 akten, von H. Hubel. 

© Heinrich Hubel, New York; 1892:38508, 
Sept. 23. 36068 

Pflicht und liebe. See Krieg (Der) 

Pforte (Die) der einweihung; ein rosenkreuzer- 
mysterium, durch Rudolf Steiner. Berlin, 
Philosophischtheosophischer verlag, 1910. [2]. 
127 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 13, 1910; 2c. Sept. 9, 1910; D: 
22063 ; Max Gysi, London. 36069 



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36088 



Phadrig borg copple; a romantic Irish drama 
in 5 acts and 8 tableaux, by F. Percy. 

© Frederick Percv, New York ; 1872 : 1586, 
Feb. 16. 36070 

Pbaedra. See Continental drama. 

Phaedra Nitokert; by E. O. Uusniet. 63 p. 
16°. Printed. 

© Oct. 12, 1911 ; 2c. Oct. 20. 1911 ; D : 
25601; Edith Oliver Dusmet, Sewickley. Pa. 

36071 

Phaeton; a mythological burlesque extrava- 
ganza, witli modern improvements, in 2 acts, 
by F. H. Curtiss and F. Wagner. 

© Fred H. Curtiss and Ferdinand Wagner, 
Jer.sey City ; 1878 : 15001, Dec. 21. 36072 

Phalene (Le); piece en 4 actes et 2 parties, par 
H. Bataille. {In La Petite illustration, no. 
42.— 20 decembre 1913. serie-theatre, no. 22) 

© Dec. 20. 1913 ; 2c. Feb. 3. 1914 ; D : 35902 ; 
Henry Bataille, Paris. 36072a 

Phantasma, the enchanted bower. 1 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© John W. Sherman, New York ; D : 3922. 
Sept. 10, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 24, 1904. 36073 

Phantasms; by Robert Bracco, tr. by D. St. 
Cvr. (In Poet lore, v. 19, no. 3, autumn 
1908) 

© Dirce St. Cyr, New York ; D : 14007. Oct. 
9, 1908 : 2c. Oct. 9, 1908. 36074 

Same. [127] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© D. St. Cyr, New York ; D : 10237, Mar. 
29, 1907; 2c. Mar. 30, 1907. 36075 

Phantom (Das) komodie in 3 akteu, von Her- 
mann Bahr, mit dekorationsskizzen von Kolo- 
man Moser. Berlin, S. Fischer, 1913. 152 p. 
12°. 

© June 25, 1913; 2c. Nov. 17, 1913; D: 
35032 ; Ahn & Slmrock, Berlin. 36076 

Phantom (The) bridegroom; a romantic comic 
opera in 3 acts, adapted from Washington 
Irving, by Edith Ewing Miller. 78 p. f°. 
Typewi-itten. [Libretto only] 

© E. E. Miller, Columbus. O. ; D: 11.562. 
Oct. 21, 1907; 2c. Oct. 21, 1907. 36077 

Phantom (The) chaser; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. C. Hazelton, jr. 

© George C. Hazelton, jr.. New York ; D : 
477, May 16, 1901. 36078 

Phantom (The) daughter; play in 4 acts, by 

O. W. Toennies. [2], 99 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 1, 1915 ; D : 42145 ; Otto William 

Toennies, San Diego, Cal. 36078a 

Phantom (The) detective; 4 act musical melo- 
drama, by Lorn B. Parker. 81 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Rowland & Clifford, Chicago; D : 8557. 
May IS. 1906; 2c. May 18, 1906. 36079 



Phantom elopement; or. King of Never-was, 
extravaganza in 2 acts and 9 scenes, by E. F. 
Lundstrom and Alfred George Wathall. 62 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1909 ; D : 17514 ; Emil Ferdi- 
nand Lundstrom, Chicago. 36080 

Phantom gulch; by C. C. Derickson, jr. 

© Chas. C. Derickson, jr., Chicago; D: 
15318, Mar. 12, 1909. 36081 

Phantom (The) heritage; play in 3 acts, by H. 
Drucke. [97] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1915; D : 420.57 ; Herman 
Drucke, New York. 36081a 

Phantom (The) kingdom; play in 3 acts with 

5 scenes, by M. Hunter. [.58] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 25, 1913; D : 34240 ; Marshall 

Hunter, Maywood, 111. 36082 

Phantom (The) of the battlefield; in 4 acts, by 
Oliver M. Wilson and O. B. Wilson. 41 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1910 ; D : 22742 ; Olive B. Wil- 
son. Kansas City, Mo. 36083 

Phantom (The) painting; a drama in 3 acts, 
by J. M. Chappie. 

© Joe Mitchell Chappie, Boston*; 1898: 
45191, July 29. 36084 

Phantom (The) Quaker. See Norcross. 

Phantom (The) rival; a farcical comedy in 1 
act, by Sager Dean [i. e. B. S. Dean] [18] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Benjamin Sager Dean, Philadelphia ; D : 
11590, Oct. 25, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 25, 1907. 36085 

play in 3 acts, by Leo Ditrichstein, [140] 



p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© ic. Oct. 19, 1914; D : 38535 ; David Be- 
lasco. New York. 36085a 

Phantom (The) search for gold. See Carmil- 
han (The) 

Phantom (The) ship; a spectacular emotional 
drama in 4 acts, by B. T. Wilson. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Binghiuu Thoburn Wilson, Halltown, 
W. Va. ; 1895 : 1385. Jan. 3 ; 2c. Jan. 3. 36086 

See also Crucifix. 

Phantom (The) vessel. See Flying (The) 
Dutchman. 

Phantom world; a trick comedy in 3 acts, by 
T. M. Tracy & co. 

© T. IM. Tracy, Chicago ; D : .5.57, J<ine 8, 

1901. 36087 

Phantoms; a drama. 

© Jules Verne Hay ward, Omaha, Neb. ; D : 
15727. Apr. 28, 1909. [For copies reed, see 
I) : 16534] 36088 



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36089 



COPYRIGHTED IX THE UNITED STATES 



36111 



Phantoms — Continued. 

a drama [in 4 acts] Omalia, Haj^ward 

printing co., 1909. 62 p. 16°. 

© July 27, 1909 ; 2c. Aug. 2, 1909 ; D : 16534 ; 

•T. Y. Hay^Yard, Onialia, Neb. 36089 

-a new and original melodrama in 5 acts, by 

George Conquest and Arthur Shirley. 

© William Calder, New York; 1894:44313, 

36090 

4°. 



Sept. 22. 

— a 1 act playlet, by B. K. Horning. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1912; D : 29034 
Horning. Milwaukee. 



22 p. 



B. King 
36091 



Pharaoh; libretto of the musical spectacular in 
4 acts, words, plot and adaptation of music by 
W. D. Chenery. 

© Will D. Cheuerv, Springfield. 111.; 1S93 : 
405-54, Sept. 7. 36092 

-a romantic Egyptian play in 4 acts, by W. 

Barrett. Typewritten. 

© Wilson Barrett. Leeds, England: 1893: 
10008, Feb. 24 ; Ic. Feb. 24. 36093 

or. An Egyptian mummy, a burlesque 

vaudeville in 2 acts, by C. H. Franklin. 

© Carl Hasbrouck Franklin, Greenfield. 
^ Mass. ; 1886 : 13262, June 7. 36094 

Pharaoh's daughter. 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Edgar J. MacGregor, Castleton Corners, 
N. Y. : D : 10216, IMar. 27, 1907 ; 2c. Mar. 27, 
1907. 36095 

a play in 5 acts, by S. E. Knowles. 

© Sara E. Knowles, Brooklyn; 1896:61331. 
Nov. 9. 36096 

Phares (Les) Soubigou; comedie en 3 actes, 
par T. Bernard. (In L'lUustration theatrale, 
9' ann6e-229, 11 Janvier 1913) 

© Jan. 11, 1913 ; 2c. Feb. 8, 1913 ; D : 32226 ; 
Tristan Bernard, Paris. , 36097 

Pharisee (The); a melodrama in 4 acts, by J. 
Vincent and C. Frew. 

© James Vincent and Chas. Frew, United 
States ; 1894 : 57499, Dec. 10. 36098 

a play in 2 acts, by H. Schwed. 

© Hermine Schwed, New Brighton, N. Y. ; 
D : 6347, Mar. 16, 1905. 36099 

play of modern American life in 4 acts, by 

J. E. Brady and A. O, Warburg. [69] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 27, 1913; D: 33630; Jasper 
Ewing Bratly and Albert O. Warburg, New 
York. 36100 

satirical comedy, by F. Allen. 8 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1911; D •. 25162 ; Frederick 
Allen, Chicago. 36101 



Pharisees; by I^. S. Worthington. 

© Elizabeth Strong AVorthington, Oakland, 
Cal. : D : 10453, Apr. 30, 1907. 36102 

drama in 3 acts and 4 scenes, by M. Brown. 

39 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1915 ; D : 40234 ; Martin 
P.rown, New York. 36102a 

Pharisees and their victims; a drama in 5 acts, 
liy A. Fleming. [147] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 31, 1912 ; D : 29849 ; Aglaia Flem- 
ing, Ashford, England. 36103 

Pharmacist (The): a drama in 4 acts, by E. T. 
YarneU. [84] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 5, 1912; D : 28950 ; Ellis T. Yar- 
neU. I.os Angeles. 36104 

Phases (The) of a honeymoon; a drama in 4 
acts, by Quentin Tynes. 

© James T. IMurphy, New York; 1899: 
88347, Dec. 26. 36105 

Phases of life, t^cc High and low. 

Phases of love; drama, by M. C. Wilson. 

© Marion Calvert Wilson. Los Angeles : D : 
G541, Apr. 3, 1905. 36106 

Phedre; [by Jean Racine] ed. with introduction 
and notes by Irving Babbitt. Boston, D. C. 
Heath & co., 1910. xx, 94 p. front, (port.) 
16° (Heath's modern language ser. ) 

© Jan. 29. 1910 ; 2c. Feb. 1, 1910 ; A : 256396 ; 
D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 36107- 

the Bernhardt ed., tr. by Frederick A. 



Schwab. 

© F. Ruliman, New York; 1880 : 17292, Nov. 
13; 2c. Nov. 2.3. 36108 

Pheelim O'Rooke's curse; an Irish drama in 4 
.icts, by Geo. A. Sinuns. Clyde. O., Ames" pub- 
lishing CO. 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1890 : 37907, 
Dec. 1 ; 2c. Dec. 10. 36109 

Phelin Q'Toole and the fairies; in 1 act, by L. 
lUnieigh. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 30, 1910; D : 22189 ; Lawrence 
Burleigli, National Military Home, O. 36110 

Phil, the drummer boy; an operatic military 
drama in prologue and 3 acts, by A. P. Hey- 
mann. 

© Andrew P. Heymann, Dayton, O. : 1889 : 
2540. Jan. 21. 36111 

Phil, the foundling. See Piper and peasant. 

Fhiladelphes (Les); drame historique en 4 actes, 
Itar a L. Dupre et H. de Vitry. [40] p. f". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1915; D: 42106; Charles L. 
Dupre et Henri de Vitrv, AVorcester. Mass. 

36111a 



1811 



36112 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36133 



Philammon; a tragedy in 5 acts. 

© T. Dunkin Paret, Stroudsburg, Pa. ; 1893 : 
50898, Nov. 15. 36112 

Philander; or, The new prophet, romantic 
opera iu 3 acts and 3 settings, libretto by 
Charles Gropp-Reade. 54 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Charles A. Reade. Chicago; D : 6344. 
Mar. 16, 1905; 2c. June 29, 1905. 36113 

Philander Sam; play in 4 acts, by F. P. Swain. 
[120] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1914; D : 38948 ; F. Potter 
Swain, Boston. 36113a 

Philanderer (The); an unpleasant play, by Ber- 
nard Shaw. New York, Brentano's, 1913. 
90 p. 16°. 

© Sept. 10, 1913; 2c. Nov. 13, 1913; A: 
361160; G. B. Shaw, London. 36114 

See also Plays, pleasant and unpleasant. 

Philanthropic (The) Miss Loray; a comedy in 
4 acts, by H. C. Rowland. [112] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Henrv Cottrell Rowland, Greenwich, 
Conn.; D : 5696, Oct. 27, 1904; 2c. Oct. 27. 
1904. 36115 

Philanthropist (The); by C. S. Clark. 

© Charles S. Clark, New York; D : 6244, 
Feb. 20, 1905. 36116 

drama in 4 acts, by G. M. Von Schrader. 

68 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 27, 1911 ; D : 24589 ; George M. 
Von Schrader, St. Louis. 36117 

-by S. Gunn. [39] p. f°. Typewrit- 



Philanthropist's (The) daug'hter; an original 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. W. IZhninger. 

© Jolm W. Ehninger. Saratotca Springs, 
N. Y. ; 1886:24631. Nov. 1. 36123 



ten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1913 ; D : 33976 ; Sidney Gunn, 
Boston. 36118 



— drama in 3 acts, by A. S. Kronold. 

© Adolph S. Kronold. New York ; D : 4528, 
Jan. 20, 1904. 36119 

— a high class 3 act comedy, by J. Marks. 
Typewritten. 

© Joseph Marks, San Antonio ; 1900 A : 
21961. Sept. 4; 2c. Feb. 12, 1901; 2c. (print(Ml) 
July 6, 1903. 36120 

— play in 4 acts, by Mrs. J. Weil. 25 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 2. 1913; D: 33694; Mrs. .Tos('i)h 
Weil, New York. 36121 

— a play in 3 acts, by H. J. Farley, S. R. 
Gore and C. A. Winslow. [53] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 7, 1912 ; D : 29592 ; Susan Rich- 
ards Gore, Aul»urndale, Mass.. Clara Austin 
Winslow, Auburndale, Ma.ss., and Helen Judd 
Farley, Wollesley Hills, Mass. 36122 



Sec Mesmerist 



Philanthropist's (The) error. 
(The) 

Philanthropy; play in 3 acts, by 1>. Walters. 
7S p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 9, 1915; D : 39913 ; Leslie AVal- 
ters, New York. 36123a 

Philaster. See Masterpieces of the English 
drama: Beaumont and Fletcher. 

Philber, the dreamer; extravaganza in 5 acts, 
by B. F. Phillips. [SO] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 26. 1911 ; D : 24582 ; Beatrice 
Frances Phillips. Los Angeles. 36124 

Philemon and Baucis; operotte in 2 ads. by 
L. M. Isaacs and Edith J. R. Isaacs. 35 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 3. 1909 ; D : 16763 : Lewis :M. 
Isaacs, New York. 36125 

Philip; a romantic drama in 4 acts, by Hamil- 
ton Aide. 

© H. L, Bateman, New York ; 1874 : 2224. 
Feb. 25. 36126 

Philip and Fabian; a romantic comedy in S 
acts, by R. Ganthouy. 35 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Richard Ganthony. England ; D : 1141. 
Dec. 2, 1901; 2c. Nov, 27, 1901. 36127 

Philip Arden; or. The scholar's dream, a ro- 
mantic drama in 4 acts, by D. T. Callahan. 

© D. T. Callahan, San Francisco; 1SS4 : 
1720, .Jan. 24. 36128 

Philip Gordon Minor; a romantic drama of 
early mining life in 4 acts, by G. F. Learock. 

© George F. Learock, United States ; 1880 : 
1140, Jan. 19. 36129 

Philip Grey; a drama, by George Oliver. 

© George Colin Oliver, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1899 : .50300, Aug. 4 ; 2c. Sept. 11, 1902: 36130 

Philip Hathaway; a dramatic composition in 4 
acts, by L. D. Coleman. [21] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Lotta Dav Coleman, San Francisco ; D : 
7915, Jan. 29, 1906; 2c. Jan. 16, 1906. 36131 

Philip Heme; or, A modem hero, a romantic 
emotional drama in 4 acts, by Mary Fiske. 

© .Joseph Ha worth, Cleveland; 1888:92.58, 
Mar. 30. 36132 

Philip Jansen; or, A child of the sea, a play 
iu 4 acts, by H. C. Strong. 

© H. Clay Strong, Philadelphia; 1883: 
13310. July 20. 36133 



1812 



36134 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36148 



Philip of Pokanoket; an Indian drama, by A. A. 
Furmau. New York. Stettiner, Lambert & 

CO. 

© Alfred Antoine Furman, Clifton, N. J.: 
1894:50979, Nov. 1; 2c. Dec. 5. 36134 

Philip of Wal-lo-wa; by W. H. Mering. 

© W. H. Mering, Mt. Oliver, Pa. ; D : 14773, 
Jan. 9, 1909. 36135 

Philip Heneiseu; a play in 3 acts, by T. J. 
Grayson and G. C. Allen. [46] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Theodore J. Grayson and George C. Al- 
len. Wayne, Fa.; D : 8410, Apr, 24, 1906; 2c. 
Apr. 27, 1906. . 36136 

Philip the king, and other poems; by J. Mase- 
field. London, W. Heinemann [1914] vii, [2], 
3-117 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 29. 1914: A ad int. 2133; pubd. 
Oct. 1, 1914; .John Masetield, London. 36136a 

• Same. New York, The Macmillan company, 

1914. vii, 141, [1] p. front, (port.) 12°. 

© Nov. 4, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 5, 1914 ; A : 3873.51 ; 
Macmillan co.. New York. 36136b 

Same, with a portrait by William Strang. 

London, W. Heinemann [1914] vii, 117 p., 1 1. 
front. (port.) 12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 29, 1914 ; A ad int. 2133 ; pubd. 
Oct. 1, 1914; .T. Masefield, London. 36136c 

Philip Vernon. Sec Complete (The) poems of 
S. Weir Mitchell. 

Philip Wharton; a drama in 3 acts, by M. St. 
.Tobn. 109 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Marv St. .Tolui. New York ; 1900 A : 116.56, 
:\Iay 8; 2c. Feb. S, 1904. . 36137 

Philippine; a tragic play in 3 acts, by T. W. 
Wliarmby. Typewritten. 

© Thomas Washington Wharmby, New 
York ; 1899 : 8736, Jan, 28 ; 2c. Jan. 30. 36138 

Philippine (A) romance; romantic military 
drama in 4 acts, by Carl Norton. Chicago, The 
Chicago manuscript co., 1913. [3], 48 p. f°. 
Mimeographed. 

© Nov. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 5, 1913 ; D : 35252 ; 
Alexander Byers, Chicago. 36139 

Philippino (The) girl; 1 act play, by Dr. G. G. 
Belden. 18 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1913: D : 321.55 ; George G. 
Belden, Spokane, Wash. 36140 

Philister iiber dir; lustspiel in 4 akteu, von An- 
ton Ohorn. Leipzig, C. F. Tiesenbach. 112 p. 
12°. 

© Ic. Feb. 29, 1912; D : 28874 ; Vertrieb.s- 
stelle des Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrifts- 
teller, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 36141 

Phillip Braydon. Sec Blue forest lodge. 



Phillip. Earl of Haughton; a drama in 5 acts, 
by H. Williams. 

© Harry Williams, New York ; 1889 : 39608, 
Dec. 26. 36142 

Phillip Jocelyn; a drama in 5 acts, adapted for 
the stage, by H. Williams. 

© Harrv Williams, New York ; 1889 : 39609, 
Dec. 26. 36143 

Phillip Warright; or. The young rector of our 
parish, by C. A. Reade. 

© (Charles A. K(>ade. Chicago : 1899 : 21455, 
Mar. 24. 36144 

a jjastorial melodrama in 6 acts, by 

C. A. Reade. [44] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Charles A. Reade. Chicago ; D : 600. June 
21, 1901; 2c. June 21, 1901. 36145 

Phillip's confession; play in 1 act, by E. B. 
Benedict. [18] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1914; D: 35844; Edwin B. 
Benedict, New York. 36145a 

Phillis's inheritance; or. A fight for a fortune, 
a comedv in 3 acts, by Frank H. Bernard. 
New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1906. 57 p. 
12°. (On cover: Pbyllis's inheritance) 

© Dick I'e Fitzgerald, New York; D : 8823. 
July 12. 1906; 2c. Aug. 14, 1906. 36146 

Philoktetes. Sec- Dionysische tragoedien. 

Philopene; a 3 act comedy, by E. E. Kidder. 
© Edward E. Kidder, New York; 1887: 
23035, Sept. 10: 2c. Sept. 20. 36147 

Philosophe (Le) sans le savoir; [par] Michel- 
.li'au Sedaiue, oomedie en 5 actes et en prose. 
Variorum critical ed. based upon the second 
Paris ed. of 1766 and its appendix with an in- 
troduction treating of all known editions and 
transhitiDUs, by Thomas Edward Oliver. Ur- 
bana-Champaign, 111., University press [1913] 
200 p. 4°. (University of Illinois. The Uni- 
versity studies, vol. 4, no. 3) 

© Mar. 17, 1913; 2c. Apr. 21, 1913; A: 
346293; Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 36148 

com^die en cinq actes et en prose, by Michel- 
Jean Sedaine, ed. with introduction and notes 
by Thomas Edward Oliver. New York, Ox- 
ford universitv press, American branch ; Lon- 
don. Toronto [etc.] H. Milford, 1914. xlvii, 159 
p. front, (port.) 12°. (Oxford French se- 
ries, by American scholars) 

© -lug. 20, 1914; 2c. Au,g. 24, 1914; A; 
.379207; Oxford university press, American 
branch. New York. 36143a 



Philosopher (The) See All in the way of life 

1813 



36149 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36168 



Philosopher (The) and the fool; or. When Greek 
meets Greek, book and lyrics by Cbas. S. Adol- 
man, music by Ben. M. Jerome. 87 p. f°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© C. S. Adelnian and B. M. Jerome. New 
York; D : 6583. Apr. 10, 1905; 2c. Mar. 27, 
1905. 36149 



Philosopher (The) and the tooth-ache, 
gar-coated philosophy. 



See Su- 



Philosopher (The) of Driftwood; or, Retribu- 
tion, a drama in 5 acts, by A. J. Miller. Type- 
written. 

© Aima Jenness Miller, Washington ; 1898 : 
69604, Nov. 29 ; 2c. Dec. 20. 36150 



Philosophie (Die) des herzens. 
(The) philosophy. 



See Heart's 



Phil's romance; comedy sketch in 1 act, by 
F, M. Thomas. 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20, 1911; D : 23412 ; Frank M. 
Thomas, Indianapolis. 36151 

Philter (The) brewer; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
Capt. C. Kiener. 14 p. f°. Typewritten. 
[Scenario] 

© Charles Kiener, Washington ; D : 15548, 
Apr. 6, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 6, 1909. 36152 

Phipps. See Five one act plays. 

Phobus' fix; a musical dramatic composition, 
written and composed by H. Wall. 

© Harry Wall, New York; 1871:9606. 
Oct. 14. 36153 



01% Who is he? a musical extravaganza in 

1 act, by the Vokes family. 

© Harry W. Oorbyn, New York; 1873: 
11680, Oct. 10. 36154 

Phocion; a dramatic poem, and other poems, by 
Edwin Adams Doyle. Winchester, O.. The 
author, 1910. vii, 214 p. front., illus. 12°. 

© Dec. 27, 1910; 2c. Dec. 30, 1910; A: 
278700; E. A. Doyle, Winchester, O. 36154a 



a dramatic poem founded on destiny, by 

E. A. Doyle. Winchester, O., Herald publish- 
ing CO., 1896-7. 

© E. A. Doyle, Winchester, O. ; 1S9(5 : 
67721, Dec. 12; 2c. Dec. 31. 36154b 

Phoebe; or. The emigrant waif, a domestic 
drama in 5 acts and 7 tableaux, by F. L. 
Greenwood. 

© Fred L. Greenwood, Chicago ; 1876 : 8760. 
July 26. 36155 

Phoebe Anne's hotel; a 1 act farce, by E. Lis.s- 
ner. 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Emanuel Llssner. Boston ; D : 1.5083. Feb. 
15, 1909; 2c. Feb. 15, 1909. 36156 



Phoebe Snow and the Irish tenor; by J. Egan. 
5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Jefferson Egan, New York ; D : 8980, Aug. 
21, 1906; 2c. Aug. 21, 1906. 36157 

Phoebe's failure; an original play, by Robert N. 
Latham. 

© Robert Latham, New York ; 1882 : 8760, 
May 27. 36158 

Phoenissae. See Tragedies (The) of Seneca. 

Phcenix (The); a drama in 4 acts, by M. Nobles. 
Chicago, The Dramatic pub. co., 1900. 3 p. 1., 
128 p. 12°. 

© Milton Nobles, Brooklyn ; 1900 A : 30963. 
Dec. 22; 2c. Dec. 22. 36159 



(suggested by the Ru.ssian) u play in 1 

act. by Laurence Irving. New York, S. 
French; London. S. French, ltd.. 1907. 25 p. 
12°. 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 11282. 
Sept. 4, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1907. 36160 

Phoenix (The) mills. Typewritten. 

© Walter Deffenbaugh, Chicago; 1897: 
64903, Nov. 22 ; 2c. Nov. 22. 36161 

Phone 5410, Bother; fairy play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by G. Richardson. [2], 68 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 6, 1915 ; D : 42188 ; Grace Rich- 
ardson, New York. 36161a 

Phoney (The) bluff gold mine; 1 act play in 2 
scenes, by J. A. Mitchell. [1], 11 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 2, 1912; D: 28920; Joseph A. 
Mitchell. Philadelphia. 36162 

Phonograph (The); by F. H. Shepard. [23] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank Hall Shepard, Detroit; D : 4722, 
Mar. 14, 1904; 2c. Mar. 14, 1904. 36163 

a comedy farce, by G. Douglas and P. Mc- 

Carty. 

© George Douglas and Page McCarty, 
Washington ; 1878 : 6202, May 22. 36164 



scenes from an original comedy, by H. H. 

Winslow. [6] p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Herbert Hall Winslow, New York ; 18SS : 
35565, Dec. 14; 2c. Dec. 14. 36165 

or. The republic's peril, a drama in 4 acts. 

by T. W. Healy. 

© Thaddeus W. Healy, Carson City, Nev. ; 
1897:26160, Apr. 28. 36166 

Phonograph (The) wedding; drama in 1 act, 
by R. V. Carr. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 14, 1911; D: 23089; Robert V. 

Carr, Los Angeles. 36167 

Phonograph (The) witness; a drama in 5 acts. 

© George William Hill, Chicago; 1882: 

13798, Aug. 21. 36168 



1814 



36169 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36187 



Phonographic (A) farce; by J. W. Dodge. 
[8] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© John Watson Dodge, New Orleans ; 1901 
D:35, Jan. 14; 2c. Jan. 14, 1901. 36169 

Phonographs; a drama in 3 acts, by G. W. 
Pope. 

© Gustavus W. l*ope, Washington ; 1S79 : 
2948, Mar. 3. 36170 

Phony's four bits; farce in 1 ;u't. by W. F. 
Hatch. 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1911 ; D : 25388 ; W. F. Hatch, 
San Francisco. 36171 

Phormio; comedy in 5 acts, bv Terence, tr. bv 
Barrett H. Clark. New York, S. French; 
London, 8. French, ltd., 1915. 49 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 12, 1915; 2c. Feb. 15, 1915; D: 
39674; Samuel French, New York. 36171a 

Phosphorescent (A) failure; play in 3 acts, by 
Charles (:Joddard. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 6, 1915; D : 40281 ; Star co., 
New York. 36171b 

Photografter (The); 1 act comedy, by B. 
Marion. 5 p. 4°. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. May 23. 1910 ; D : 21126 ; Bert IMarion, 
Paterson. 36172 

Photograph (A) frame; play, bv Lady S. Grant. 
(In The Ladies' field, v. 68. no. 881, Jan. 30. 
1915) 

© Jan. 27, 1915; Ic. Feb. 26, 1915: D: 
39803; Lady Sybil Grant, Roehampton, Eng- 
land. 36172a 

Photographed voice; or, Science and love, 1 act 
comedy, by M. A. Keller. [22] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1909 ; D : 16823 ; Marie A. 
Keller, San Francisco. 36173 

Photographer (The); a musical comedy, book 
and lyrics by B. Mcintosh. 

© Burr Mcintosh, New York ; D : 9747. Jan. 
5, 1907. 36174 

See also Master (The) eye. 

Photographer's (A) troubles; farce in 1 act. 
by Jessie A. Kellev. New York, S. French; 
London, S. French, ltd., 1915. 24 p. 12°. 

© June 9, 1915; 2c. June 16, 1915; D: 
40948; Samuel French, New York. 36174a 

Photographic blunders. See Amateur (An) 
snap shot. 

Photographic fun; or. Fifty breaks in eight 

minutes, by W. J. Webb. 3 p. f°. Printed. 

© William Jackson Webb, Red Bud, 111.; 

1885:4580, Feb. 20; 2c. 'Oct. 10. 36175 

• Same. 

© W. J. Webb, Red Bud, 111. ; 1885 : 20230, 
Sept. 26. [For copies reed, see 1885:4580] 

36176 



Photographing the baby. 

feminine. 



See Eternal (The) 



Photos; an original eccentricity in 2 acts, by 
B. E. Woolf. 

© Alice Harrison, United States; 1880: 
6046, Apr. 17. 36177 

Phra, the Phoenician; play in 4 acts, by A. 
Skipworth and B. Royce. 106 p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1910; D : 20772 ; Brighara 
Royce and Alison Skipworth, New York. 

36178 

Phraates 4; or, The Arsacidae, a tragedy in 5 
acts, by L. P. McCarty. Ms. 

© L. P. McCarty, San Francisco; 1882: 
6573, Apr. 25; [2c. received] 36179 

Phrenological and matrimonial institution; 
or, Phrenologically mated and married by 
telephone, a drama in 3 acts, by N. R. Lynch. 

© Nathaniel R. Lynch, Philadelphia ; 1880 : 
6344, Apr. 24. 36180 

Phryne; by L. Auge de Lassus. 

© Albert Ahn, Cologne, Germany ; 1897 : 
51032, Sept. 13. 36181 

a Grecian tragedy in 5 acts, by E. Fellner. 

© Eugene Fellner, Boston ; 1890 : 16949, 
Mny 23. 36182 

Phunny phellows in a great old time; or. The 
troublesome visitor, a minstrel specialty and 
farce conglomeration in 1 act and 1 scene, by 
W. Trimble. 

© William Trimble. New Orleans; 1895: 
38085, July 23. 36183 

Phyllis; a comic opera in 3 acts, written by 
O. W. Jackson, composed by Rich. J. Wil- 
mot and N. Clifford Page. 
© Osmund W. Jackson, San Francisco; 



1891 : 33252, Sept. 17. 



36184 



— ■ an operetta in 2 acts, by A, E. Thomas. 
[77] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Albert E. Thomas, New York; D: 12281, 
Jan. 31, 1908; 2c. Feb. 1, 1908. 36185 

a romance of old Virginia, a comic opera 



in 2 acts, adapted from A Jamestown romance, 
by Sara Beaumont Kennedy, adaptation and 
lyrics by A. H. Laidlaw, jr., music by Richard 
li. Warren. Typewritten. 

© Alexander H. Laidlaw, jr.. New York ; 
1896 : 51693, Sept. 15 ; 2c. Nov. 10. 36186 

Phyllis as Juliet; a romantic comedy drama in 
5 acts, founded in part on a novel. The play- 
ers of London by Louise Beecher Chancellor, 
by F. Rider. 

© Fremont Rider. Nvack, N. Y. ; D : 14722, 
Jan. 2, 1909. 36187 



1815 



36188 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36208 



Phyllis Dene; or. Hidden bonds, a 3 act play, 
by G. W. Presbrey. 

© Gene W. Presbrey, New York ; 1887 : 
27576, Oct. 25. 36188 

Phyllis Denohr; a drama in 5 acts, suggested 
by Hugh Conway's Dark days. 

© Charlotte Thompson Rogers, United 
States; 1885:4898. Feb. 26. [Note: This 
drama has been enquired for under title. 
Phyllis Denobr; or, Drifting clouds] 36189 

Phyllis Lane; play in 4 acts, by B. Greenfield. 
[1], 51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 24, 1914 ; D : 35775 ; Ben Green- 
field. Kalamazoo, Mich. 36189a 

Phyllis, the beggar girl; a romantic melodrama 
in 3 acts, by W. A. Siegfried. Clyde, O.. 
Ames publishing co.. 1890. 11 p. 12°. 
([Ames' series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 51) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde. O. ; 1890:18213. 
.Tune 4; 2c. June 13. 36190 

Phyllis's inheritance. Sec Phillis's inherit- 
ance. 

Phynnodderee (The); a romantic drama, by 
G. S. Fleming. 

© George S. Fleming, Chicago ; 1894 : 23098. 
May 7. 36191 

Physic to a dog — and others; a 1 act comedy, 
by Edward Porter [pseud, of Edward Porter 
Dechert] 

© Edward Dechert, Philadelphia; D : 418, 
May 1, 1901. 36192 

Physical culture girl; a dramatic composition, 
by E. Clayton. 

© Estelle Clayton. New York; D : 6062, 

.Tan. 12. 1905. 36193 

Physical director; by Doc and E. Roberts. 5 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1910 ; D : 20457 ; Edna Rob- 
erts and Doc Roberts, Philadelphia. 36194 

Physical (The) torture club; farce, by Willis 
N. Bugbee. Lebanon, O., March brothers 
[1912] 3 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 9, 1912: 2c. Sept. 12, 1912; D: 
30812; March bros., Lebanon, O. 36195 

Physician (The); an original play in 4 acts, by 
Henry Arthur Jones. New York, The Mac- 
millan company ; London, Macmillan & co., 
ltd., 1899. ix, 114 p. 16°. 

© Macmillan co., New York ; 1899 : 8007. 
.Tan. 25 ; 2c. .Tan. 25. 36196 

Physician (The) and the girl; drama in 4 acts, 
by C. A. Russell. 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1909 ; D : 17150 ; Charles Al- 
bert Russell, New Bedford, Mass. 36197 



Piano (The) agent; a drama in 5 acts, by E, C. 

Sexton. 42 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© E. C. Sexton, Chicago ; 1891 : 11534, Mar. 
30; Ic. Mar. 30. 36198 

Piano (The) collector; play in 1 act, by Ike 
Garson. [3] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 8. 1914 ; D : 37134 ; Billie Garson. 
Grand Rapids. Mich, 36198a 

Piano dream; by S. Zula. 

© Samuel Zula, New York ; D : 11981, Dec. 
24, 1907. 36199 

Piano (The) fiend; comedy, by I. Witmark and 
F. B. Hawkins. 

© Isidor Witmark, New York ; 1892 : 11519. 
Mar. 14. 36200 

Piano (The) phiends; by J. L. Lasky. 

© Jesse Louis Laskv, New York ; D : 107.51. 
June 12, 1907. 36201 

Piano (The) tuner; or. An insurance agent's 
mistake, by B, S. Nefif. 7 p. 4°, Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Benjamin S. Neff, New York; D : 2526. 
Nov. 1, 1902; 2c. Jan. 27, 1903. 36202 

Piazza ladies; monologue, by B. B. Hayward. 
Typewritten. 

© Beatrice B. Hayward, Wayland, Mass, ; 
1898:64365, Nov. 2; 2c. Nov. 3. 36203 

Pica-floja; di&logo en prosa con sus distrac- 
ciones musicales, original de .T. Garcia Cruz, 
musica de J. Garcia Cruz y Vicente Romero. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1911. 
16 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© May 26, 1911; 2c. May 27, 1911; D: 
24316; .Toaqufn Garcia Cruz, Madrid. 36204 

Picaros (Los) hombres; zarzuela en 1 acto, divi- 
dido en 3 cuadros, escrita en prosa y verso, 
original de E. Zaballos, mtlsica de los maestros 
J. Cristobal y A. Camacho. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1911. 41 p. 12°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Dec, 30, 1911 ; 2c, Jan, 2, 1912 ; D : 28161 ; 
Eniilio Zaballos, Madrid. 36205 

Picayune (A) 1803; by E, Athelston. Type- 
written. 

© Edith Athelston. New York; 1900 A: 
21502, Aug. 28; Ic, Aug. 28; Ic. Oct. 27. 

36206 
Piccadilly roses; monologue, by J. INIarriott- 
Hodgkins, [5] p, 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. July 7, 1910 ; D : 21492 ; Jessie Mar- 

riott-Hodgkins, London. 36207 

Piccola (La) fonte; dramma in 4 atti, [di] R. 

Bracco. Palermo [etc.] R. Sandron [1906] 2 

p. 1., [vii]-xii, 272 p., 1 1, 12°. 

© res, under act of Mar, 3, 1905. by Roberto 
Tiracco & Remo Sandron, Italv ; res. no, 472: 
Ic. July 2, 1906. 36208 



1816 



36209 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36226 



Piccolo (II) santo; dramma in 5 atti. [cti] R. 
Bracco. Milano, Palermo, Napoli, Remo 
Sanrlrou, 1910. 302 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 16, 1910 ; 2c. Apr. 4. 1910 ; D : 20691 ; 
Roberto Bracco, Naples, Italy. 36209 

Piccolomini (Die); by Schiller, ed. with an 
introduction, commentary, index of person? 
and places, and map of Germany, by James 
Morgran Hart. New York, G. P. Putnam's 
sons. 1875. Ixxi, 178 p. front, (fold, map) 
16°. 

© G. P. Putnam's sons, New York; 1875: 
7485, July 17; 2c. .July 17. 36209a 

^ The death of Walleristein; Wallenstein's 

camp; by Friedrich Schiller, tr. by Samuel 
Taylor Coleridge, ed. by Nathan Haskell Dole. 
[Edition de luxe] Boston, F. A. Niccolls »& co. 
[19021 ix p.. 1 ].. 426 p. incl. col. front, pi. 
8°. 

© Francis A. Niccolls & co.. Boston: A: 
25231, Jan. 18, 1902 ; 2c. Feb. 1. 1902. 36209b 

Pick (The) of Oakham; or, The girl with the 
bad habit, sporting melodrama in 4 acts, by 
Leo Trevor and John Harwood. New York, 
S. French; London, S. French, ltd., 1910. 
28 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 21, 1910; 2c. Nov. 22, 1910; D: 
22623; Samuel French, ltd., London. 36210 

Pick-up (The); play in 1 act, by H. P. Lippin- 
cott. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 9, 1912 ; D : 29670 ; Harry P. 
Lippincott, Newark, N. J. 36211 

Pickaninnies (The); by Chirence G. Drown and 
E. E. Small. 

© E. Eldenne Small, Yalparai.'jo, Ind. ; 
1896 : 63301, Nov. 19. 36212 

Pickaninnies' (The) jubilee. See Watermelon 
(The) trust. 

Pickaninny (The) niinstreLs. 

© Ned Wayburn, New York ; D : 8357, Apr. 
16, 1906. 36213 

Picked-up (A) dinner; a farce in 1 act, by 
Henry Oldham Hanlon. Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO., 1892. 11 p. 12°. ([Baker's ed. of 
plays] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston; 1892: 
20975, May 18; 2c. Sept. 2. 36214 

Picket (The) guards; or, A day with our 
soldiers on the picket lines during the War 
of the Rebellion, by J. Woodfield. [Gam- 
den, N. J., 1895] 36 p. 16°. 

© Joseph Woodfield, Camden, N. J. ; 1895 : 
57346, Nov. 12 ; 2c. Nov. 12. 36215 

Picking a wife; in 1 act, by J. Gorman. 11 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1911; D: 25427; Jack Gor- 
man, New York, 36216 



Picking a winner; farce in 3 acts, bv M. Jan- 
ney. Boston. Walter H. Baker & co., 1914. 
45 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 15, 1914; 2c. Aug. 17, 1914; D: 
37865; MacPherson Janney, New York. 

36217 

Pickings from Puck; a musical farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by O. Mack. 

© Ollie Mack, Centreville, Ind.; D : 483, 
May 6. 1901. 36218 

Pickle (A) in Paris. See Silver (The) tureen. 

Pickle (The) salesman and the suffragist 
barber; play in 1 act, by D. Livingston. 9 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 24, 1915 ; D : 41309 ; David Living- 
ston. Chicago. 36218a 

Pickled polliwog; farce in 1 act. by O. E. 
Young. Clyde, O., Ames' publishing co.. 1909. 
20 p. 12°. ([Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 479] ) 

© Nov. 9, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1909 ; D : 17419 : 
Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. 36219 

Pickles; farce-comedy sketch, by B. Carpenter. 
13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 21, 1910 ; D : 22608 ; Bruce Car- 
penter, Brooklyn. 36220 

^play in 1 act, by J. A. McCollom, jr. [1], 

23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1913; D: 32619; John A. 
McCollom, jr., Allentown, Pa. 36221 

■ — - play in 3 acts, by R. R. Rollins. 91 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 22. 1913 ; D : 32044 ; Richard R. 
Rollins, Des Moines. 36222 

or. The school-teacher, j)laylet in 2 ac'ts, 

by F. Smithson. [94] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 22, 1911; D : 23714 ; Frank 
Smithson, Great Neck, N. Y. 36222a 

Pickles and tickles; a negro farce in 1 actj 
for six male characters, bv Thomas Barnes. 
New York, H. Roorbach, 1901. 11 p. 12°. 

© Harold Roorbach, South Orange, N. J. ; 
D : 981, Oct. 18, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 21, 1901. 36223 

Pickles for two; a Dutch i-apid-fire talking act, 
bv Harry L. Newton and A. S. Hoffman. 
Chicago, T. S. Denison [1904] 10 p. 12°. 
([Deuison's vaudeville sketches]) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; D : 5161, June 
10, 1904 ; 2c. July 30. 1904. 36224 

Picklows (The); a comedy sketch for two char- 
acters, by Harry C. Baker. Typewritten. 

© Henry Charles Baker, Chicago ; 1898 : 
60966, Oct. 17; 2c. Oct. 17. 36225 

Pickpocket (The); a f farcical comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. W. Steckhan and Frank Rogers. 

© Frank W. Steckhan. Boston; 1SS7 : 
31653, Dec. 8. 36226 



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36246 



Pickpocket (The) — Continued. 

;i fiii-ciral comedy in 3 acts, adapted from 

the German of von Moser, by C. A. Doremus. 
© Mrs. C. A. Doremus, New York; 1887: 

28127, Oct. 31. 36227 

Pickpocket (The) of Paris; a melodramatic 
comedy. 

© George A. Heudersfon, Buffalo; 1887: 
32558, Dec. 16. 36228 

Pickpockets (The); a play in 4 acts, by C. M. S. 
McLellan. 138 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© C. M. S. McLellan, London ; D : 14487, 
Dec. 9. 1908; 2c. Dec. 9, 1908. 36229 

Picks (The); by W. West. 

© Will West, New York ; D : 3893, Sept. 8, 
1903. 36230 

Pickwick (The) club. See Jingle. 

Pickwick papers. See Bardell v. Pickwick. — 
Jingle. — Monsieur Pickwick. 

Picnic (The); an excursion playlet, by J. Gil- 
roy tind Junie McCree. 21 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© John Gilroy. Brooklyn ; D : 13106, June 3. 
1908: 2c. June 3, 1908. 36231 

Picnic (The) girls; a musical comedy in 1 act, 
by W. Barrett. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Woodward Barrett. Providence, R. I. ; 
D: 15002, Feb. 5, 1909; 2c. Feb. 5, 1909. 

36232 

Pico; or. The legend of Castle Molfi, a melo- 
dramatic pantomime Fby Clay M. Greene] 
[6], 70 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© William Hanlon, United States; 1S83 : 
9069. ]\Iay 16 ; 2c. June 4. 36233 

Picture (The); dramatic composition in 3 acts, 
by G. AVilson. [1], 56 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 19, 1913 ; D : 33845 ; Grace Wil- 
son, Chattanooga. 36234 



■ ■ on the road to Arcady, a play in 3 acts, 

by H. T. Jameson. [61] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Haute Tarkington Jameson, Indian- 
apolis; D: 11012, July 20, 1907; 2c. July 20. 
1907. 36235 

Picture-gallery (The); mu-sical play in 3 acts, 
by A. E. Post. [37] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Sept. 22, 1913 ; D : 34504 ; Angelica E. 
Po.st, Boston. 36236 

Picture (The) girl; comedy, with music, in 2 
acts, by F. Hall. [73] p. f°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1911; D:23088; Frieda Hall, 
Chicago. 36237 



Picture house vaudeville; by T. E. Kyle. [9] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10, 1911; D: 25739; Tom E. 
Kyle, New York. 36238 

Picture (The) in the watch; comedy in 1 act, 

by B. A. Searle. [1], 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 26, 1912; D: 30664; Billy A. 

Searle, New York. 36239 

Picture man; dramatic composition in 1 act, by 
M. Manley. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1909 ; D : 17422 ; Morris 
Manley and Dolly Sterling, Des Moines. 

36240 

vaudeville farce, by T. H. Main. 12 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 6, 1914; D: 35572; Theopliilus 
Herbert Main. Columbus, O. 36240a 

by T. H. Main and J. W. Collins. 

[9] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 4, 1914 ; D : 38086 ; Theophilus 
H. Main and John W. Collins, Akron, O. 

36240b 

Picture of Dorian Gray; dramatization in 1 
act of the novel of Oscar Wilde, by E. Davis. 
21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 12, 1909 ; D : 17442 ; Edwards 
Davis, New York. 36241 

Picture (The) of Dorian Grey. See Damning 
of Darien Grey. 

Picture (A) of happiness; by R. Stodart. 19 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert Stodart, New York ; D : 6650. 
May 8, 1905 ; 2c. May 8, 1905. 36242 

Picture plays; by Marguerite Merington. New 
York, Duflield & company, 1911. 133 p. front., 
plates.* 8°. 

Contents : The last sitting. — A salon carr§ 
fantasy. — His mother's face. — A Gainsborough 
lady. — Artist-mother and child. — Queen and 
emperor. — Millet group. 

© Dec. 7, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 9, 1911 ; A : 300918 ; 
Duffield & CO., New York. 36243 

Pictures from life; by T. Luiz de Freitas. Cald- 
well, Id., Gem state rural printers, 1903. 
1 p. 1.. 46 p. 8°. 

© Thome Luiz de Freitas, Caldwell, Id. : 
D:1313, Nov. 27, 1903; 2c. Dec. 19, 1903. 

36244 

Pictures from, the old time South; a drama, 
by M. A. Greer. 

© Mary Antry Greer, Corsicana, Tex.; 
1890:9035, Mar. 19. 36245 

Pictures in the fire; a tableau entertainment, 
by Bertha Currier Porter. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1905. 21 p. 12°, (On cover: 
Baker's novelties) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; D: 7111, 
Aug. 15, 1905; 2c. Oct. 2, 1905. 36246 



1818 



36247 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



86264 



Pictures of mythology; compiled by M. B. Prit- 
ner. 

© Mary Bly Pritner, Manhattan, Kan. ; 
1899 : 6691. Jan. 19. 36247 

Pidge; or, The white pig'eon, a farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by M. Wood. 98 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© MorBmer Wood, San Francisco ; 1889 : 
21599, July 12; Ic. July 12. 36248 

Pido la palabra; aproposito en 1 acto, en prosa 
y verso, original de E. L6pez-Mariu. IMadrid 
[Sociedad de autores e.spanoles] 1908. 26 p. 
12°. 

© Enrique Lopez-Marin, Madrid ; D : 13850. 
Sept. 21, 1908; 2c. Sept. 21, 1908. 36249 

Pie-dish (The) See Five plays; by G. Fitz- 
maurice. 

Pie (The) girl; by W. B. Hene. 

© William B. Hene, Denver ; D : 10123. Feb. 
28, 1907. 36250 

Pie (The) haters; a farce in 1 act, by F. Dobin- 
son and A. Mathews. 14 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Florence Dobinson and Amanda Mathews, 
New York ; D : 11169, Aug. 13, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 
23, 1907. 36251 

Pie-rats (The) of Penn Yan; an original bur- 
lesque. 

© Tony Pastor, New York; 1880:2723. 
Feb. 19. 36252 

Piece (A) of blue ribbon; a sketch in 1 act, 
by P. Shaw. [1], 8 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 4, 1912 ; D : 29868 ; Percv Shaw. 
New York. 36253 

Piece (A) of brown paper; a serio-comic drama 
in 4 acts, by D. A. Reynolds. 

© D. A. Reynolds, Lansing, Mich. ; 1891 : 
44430, Dec. 7. 36254 

Piece (A) of holly. Sec Breaking the ice. 

Piece of ivory; play in 1 act, by F. Lincoln. 
16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 12, 1910; D : 20777 ; Florence 
Lincoln, Charlestown, Mass. 36255 

Piece (A) of lace. See Lilly. 

Piece (A) of land; drama in 4 acts and 6 scenes, 
by M. Orsanowa. 63 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 11, 1915; D : 41715 ; Maczha 
Orsanowa, Kankakee, 111. 36255a 

Piece (A) of office furniture; playlet in 1 act, 

by D. A. Bragdon. 26 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1913 ; D : 33964 ; Dudley 

Acton Bragdon, St. Louis. 36256 

Piece (A) of pie; an original comedy drama in 
3 acts, by C. Gilday. 

© Charles Gilday, New York ; 1885 : 26991. 
Dec. 21. 36257 



Piece (A) of steel; an original play in 4 acts, 
by J. Reinhart and A. P. Seilhamer. 

© John Reinhart and Alvin P. Seilhamer, 
New York ; 1893 : 37248, Aug. 11. 36258 

Pieces of eight; a romantic comic opera in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by S. A. Rutherford, 
music by I. M. Wilson. 

© Irving M. Wilson, San Francisco; D: 
9183, Sept. 17, 1906. 36259 

Pied (The) Piper; a musical play in 2 acts, 
book by Austin Strong and R. H. Burnside. 

87 p. 4°. TypewTitten. [Libretto only] 

© R. H. Burnside, New York; D : 14426, 
Dec. 1, 1908; 2c. Dec. 1, 1908. 36260 

Piedra (La) azul; humorada comico-llrica en 1 
acto, dividido en 2 cuadros, inspirada en un 
cuento ingles, original de J. del Rio, musica 
del maestro Rafael Calleja. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espauoles] 1914. 50 p. 12°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36558 ; Jorge del Rio, Madrid. 36260a 

Piedra del sol. See Rock of the sun. 

Piedra (La) filosofal; 6, El amor en cuarta 
plana, juguete comico en 1 acto y 3 cuadros, 
en prosa y verso, original de J. Alarcon y 
Ortuiio. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espa- 
noles] 1915. 45 p. 12°. 

© June 24, 1915; Ic.^June 25, 1915; D: 
41058 ; Jose Alarc6n v Ortuuo, Madrid. 

36260b 

Piedras (Las) preciosas; zarzuela bufa en 1 
acto y 3 cuadros, en prosa, original de Luis de 
Larra y Eugenio Gullon, musica del maestro 
Lleo. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espa- 
uoles] 1907. 36 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Larra y Gullon, Madrid ; D : 10798, June 
18. 1907; 2c. June 18. 1907. 36261 

Piege (Le); drame en 1 acte, de C. Hellem et P. 
d'Estoc. Paris. L'lilcho du theatre & de la 
nmsique, 1912. 18 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 18, 1912; 2c. Jan. 25. 1913; D: 
32071; Charles Hellem & Pol d'Estoc, Paris. 

36262 

Piensa el ladron; comedia en 1 acto y en prosa. 
original de F. de Palomera. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espaiioles] 1909. 23 p. 12°. 
© Federico de Palomera, Madrid ; D : 
16131. June 23, 1909; 2c. June 23, 1909. 

36263 

Pierre and his people. See Outlaws (The) 

Pierre Cadeau, the fisherman of Grosse Pointe; 
a comedy drama in 3 acts, by J. Enright. 

© John Enright, Detroit; 1890:18677, 
June 9. 36264 



1819 



36265 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36281 



Pierre et Therese; piecje en 4 actes, par M. Pr§- 
vost. 33 p. 4°. (L'lllustration theatrale. 
no. 136, 15 Janvier 1910) 

© Jan. 15, 1910; 2c. Apr. 2. 1910: D: 
20677; Marcel Prgvost, Paris. 36265 

Pierre of tlie plains; a play in 4 acts, by E: 
Sohvyn. [150] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edear Sehvyn. New York ; D : 12330, 
Feb. 8, 1908; 2c. Feb. 21, 1908. 36266 

Pierre (The) trail; drama in 5 acts, by A. Carr. 
116 p. 16°. Printed. 

© Ic. .Tiilv 3, 1911 ; D : 24622 ; Albert Carr. 
Hill City, S. D. 36267 



Same. Hill City, S. D., 1911. 116 p. 16' 
© July 25, 1911; 2c. July 28, 1911; T>: 



24790; Albert Carr, Hill City. S. D. 36268 

Pierre's liebe; ein schauspiel in 4 akten, von 
Robert Overwe.a:. Leipzig, Schulze & co., 
1911. 77 p. 12°. 

© May 8, 1911 ; 2c. June 26, 1911 ; D : 24570 ; 
Schulze & CO., Leipzig. 36269 

Pierre's policy; play in 1 act, by J. Jex. [19] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 29, 1914; D : 39227 ; John Jex, 
Philadelphia. 36269a 

Pierrette and the marble shepherd; fantasy in 
1 act, by A. Winspeare. 17 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1915; D : 39713 ; Anthony 
Winspeare, London. 3626913 

Pierrot; ein spiel in 4 bildern, von Otto Such- 
land. Berlin-Charlottenburg, Vita, deutsches 
verlagshaus, 1914. 45 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1914; D: 36880; Vita, 
deutsches verlagshaus, Berlin-Charlottenburg. 

36269c 

Pierrot and the moon-maiden; pantomime in 
1 act, by Mme. E. Albert! and Marshall 
Stuart, fl], 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1913; D : 34627 ; Mme. E. 
Alberti, New York. 36270 

Pierrot, the prodigal; or, The prodigal son. a 
dramatic pantomime in 3 acts, by A. Daly, 
from the French of Michel Carr^,' fils, music 
by A. Wormser. 

© Augustin Daly, New York; 1890:37220. 
Nov. 24. 36271 

Pierrots (Les); piSce en 5 actes et 7 tableaux, 
. par G. Grillet. Paris, P. V. Stock, 1909. 201 p. 
12°. 

© Gustave Grillet, Paris ; D : 16204, Julv 1, 
1909; 2c. July 1, 1909. 36272 



Pierrots letztes abenteuer; pantomime in 1 
act, von Victor Arnold und Friedrich Ber- 
mann. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 29, 1911; D: 25349; Comoedia. 
Vienna. 36273 

Pierrot's sacrifice. See Golden (The) age. 

Pietra; by C. Foster. 21 p. 4°.' Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1911; D: 24998; Caroline 
Foster, Los Angeles. 36274 



in 5 acts, by Dr. Mosenthal of Germany. 

© Frederick Jacob Pillot, New York ; 1878 : 
11675, Oct. 10. 36275 

Pietro; a 1 act play, by L. M. Sawyer. 17 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Lucy M. Sawyer, New York ; D : 7640, 
Dec. 1, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 1, 1905. 36276 

Pietro of Siena; drama in 3 acts, by Stephen 
Phillips. New York, The Macmillan co., 1910. 

4 p. ]., 3-82 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 4, 1910 ; 2c. Oct. 5, 1910 ; D : 22286 ; 
Macmillan co.. New York. 36277 

Pig-a-back; a pathetic comedy in 1 act, by 
U. Davis. 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ulysses Davis, Chicago ; D : 15917, Mav 
21, 1909; 2c. May 20, 1909. 36278 

Pig (The) and the pilgrim; a comedy in 3 

acti^, l")y S. Hurd. Typewritten. 

© St. Clair Hurd, Kansas City, Mo.; 1900 
A : 1945, Jan. 22 ; 2c. Feb. 15. 36279 

Pig (The) brother play-book; by Laura E. 
Richards. Boston, Little, Brown, and com- 
pany, 1915. 5 p. 1., [3]-110 p. front., plates. 
12°. 

Contents : The pig brother. — The shadow. — 
For you and me. — The useful coal. — The sailor 
man. — The cooky. — Oh, dear. — Go and come. — 
Child's play. — The naughty comet. — The 
tangled skein. — The cake. — Hokey-pokey. — 
About angels. — The great feast. — The wheat- 
field. 

© Oct. 9, 1915; 2c. and alT. Oct. IS, 1915; 
A: 414088; Little, Brown, and company. Bos- 
ton. 36279a 

Pigeon (The); a fantasy in 3 acts, by .Tohn 
Galsworthy. London. Duckworth and co.. 
1912. 4 p. 1.. 83 p. 16°. 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1912; A ad int.. 997: pubd. 
Feb. 8. 1912; John Galsworthy. London. 

36280 

Same. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1912. 

5 p. 1., 80 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 9, 1912; 2c. Mar. 13. 1912; D: 
29030; Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 

36281 

Sci' also FlRyi., by John Galsworthy, 



1820 



36382 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36297 



Pigeon, the torment; a companion piece of 
Fanchou, tlie cricket, in 5 acts, by H. P. 
Taylor. 

© Howai'd P. Taylor, San Francisco ; 1871 : 
9114, Sept. 30 ; 2c. Sept. 30, 1871. 36282 

Piggy-wiggy; a Mother Goose medley in 3 
acts, by B. C. Porter. 24 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Bertha Currier Porter, Lynn, Mass. ; D : 
3029, Feb. 21, 1903; Ic. Feb. 21, 1903; Ic 
Apr. 4, 1903. 36283 

Pigram's progress; a farce in 3 acts, by K. Lee. 

© Kenneth Lee, New York ; 1899 : 70944, 

Oct. 31. 36284 

Pigs (The) did it; a pictorial drama in 5 acts 

and 1 tableau, designed by L. E. Hoffmann. 

© Leon E. Hoffmann. Newark, N. J. ; 1889 : 

9414, Mar. 25. 36285 

Pigs in clover; a farce comedy, by L. Forrester. 

© Lon Forrester, New York ; 1889 : 18035. 

June 13. 36286 

Pigs is pigs; comedy in 1 act, by J. Jex. [14] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 5, 1911; D : 24141 ; John Jex. 
New York. 36287 

Pigsty; 2 act play, by J. C. Frisch. 16 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1909; D: 17526; John Carl 
Frisch, Weehawken Heights, N. J. 36288 

Pike County ballads. See Jim Bludso. 

Pike County folks; comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by E. O. Risley. [2], 76 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Edward O. Risley and William O. Ed- 
munds, United States; D:85, Jan. 28. 1901; 
2c. Jan. 28, 1901. 36289 

Pike County heroes. See Mississip. 

Piker (The); or. The race track tout, by Ed- 
ward Clark. [17] p. f°. Typev.-ritten. 

© Isadore Baity. Lowell ; D : 9395, Oct. 25, 
1906 ; 2c. Oct. 26, 1906. 36290' 

Pikeville (The) centennial; novelty entertain- 
ment in 2 acts, by Willis N. Bugbee. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison & co. [1914] 29 p. 12°. 
( [Denison's specialties] ) 

© Jan. 20, 1914; 2c. Jan. 22, 1914; D: 
35747; Eben H. Norris. Chicago. 36290a 

Pikeville folks; a farce comedy in 2 acts, by 
Bert C. Rawley. Clyde. O., Ames' publishing 
CO., 1906. 42 p. 12°. (On cover: Ames' 
series of standard and minor drama, no. 439) 

© Ames' pub. co., Clyde, O. ; D : 3225. Apr. 2. 
1903; 2c. Apr. 2, 1903. 36291 



Pilara; comedia en 2 actos, el segundo divl- 
dido en 2 cuadros, en verso, original de M. 
Romerales Lozano. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1911. 87 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25024 ; Manuel Romerales Lozano, Madrid. 

36292 

Pilate; tragic drama in the Golden age, prologue 
and 4 acts, by M. French Sheldon. 

© B. F. Patterson, Boston ; 1900 A : 19297. 
Aug. 3. 36293 

Pilate's daughter. See Mystic (The) rose. 

Pilate's wife; or, A tale of the Christ, a drama 
in 3 acts, by I. C. Wells. 

© Iverson C. Wells, Indianapolis; D: 
11953, Dec. 20. 1907. 36294 

Pildoras (Las) de Hercules; vodevil en 3 
actos, (le Hennequin y Bilhaud, adaptacion y 
arreglo castellano de R. Blasco, mlisica de 
los maestros Valverde y Foglietti. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espaiaoles] 1914. 97 p.' 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 17. 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38202 ; Ricardo Blasco, Madrid. 36294a 

Pilgrim (The); a comedy, by T. H. Sayre. 

© T. H. Sayre, New York; 1881:13184, 
Aug. 27. 36295 

Pilgrim fathers; by C. P. Acer. 

© Charlotte Peck Acer, Pittsford, N. Y. ; 
D : 7692, Dec. 11, 1905. 36296 

Pilgrim (The) kings; Greco and Goya and 
other poems of Spain, by Thomas Walsh. 
New York, The Macmillan company, 1915. 
X p., 1 1., 130 p. 12°. 

Dramatic contents : Greco paints his mas- 
terpiece. — Greco's last judgment. — The maids 
of honor. — Goya in the cupola. 

© Oct. 13, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Oct. 14, 1915 ; 
A : 414017 ; Macmillan co., New York. 36296a 

Pilgrimage (The); or. The haj, a play in 3 
pts., by Helen L. Willcox. New York, Mis- 
sionary education movement of the United 
States' and Canada. 54 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 14. 1912; 2c. Sept. 16, 1912; D: 
30849; Missionary education movement of 
the United States and Canada, New York, 

36297 

Pilgrimage (The) of an idea; allegorical drama 
with a prologue. 5 episodes and an epilogue, 
by W. Parker. 32 p. f°. Typewritten. 

'© Ic. Feb. 8, 1915; D : 39838 ; William 
Parker, Los Angeles. 36297a 

Pilgrims (The); libretto of the grand opera, 
in 3 acts, by A. M. Tyte. [23] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1914; D : 38791 ; Arthur M. 
Tyte, Riverhead, N. J. 36297b 



1821 



36297 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36315 



Pilgrims and strangers; picture in 2 liglits, 
by J. E. Middleton. [61] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. May 21, 1914 ; D : 37084 ; Jesse Edgar 
Middleton, Toronto, Canada. 36297c 

Pilgrims of the night; play in 4 acts, by J. B. 
Ould. [74] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1914 ; D : 36743 ; Jesse Bright 
Ould, Unicoi, Tenn. 36297d 

play in 1 act, by J. B. Ould. [2], 16 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1911 ; D : 25529 ; J. B. Ould, 
New York. 26298 

Pilgrim's progress; adapted to a motion pic- 
ture pliiy, by M. E. W. Freeman and W. Din- 
widdie. ' New York, Press publishing com- 
pany, 1915. cover-title, 23 1. obi. 4°. 

© Apr. 3, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Apr. 20, 1915 ; 
A : 397643 ; Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and 
William Dinwiddle, Metuchen, N. J. 36298a 

adapted to tbe stage, by G. G. Colling- 

ham. Typewritten. 

© George G. Collingham, London; 1896: 

69248. Dec. 21 ; 2c. Dec. 21. 36299 

a dramatization of Bunyan's Pilgrim's 



Pilgrim's progress — Continued. 

a scenario for the dramatization of Bun- 



progress, by J. E. Bloom. 

© Jacob E. Bloom, New York ; 1889 : 10976, 
Apr. 6. 36300 

— -dramatized by A. A. Krantz and W. F. 
Pentz. 

© A. A. Krantz and Wm. F. Pentz, Balti- 
more ; 1882 : 12938, Aug. 5. 36301 

dramatized by W. R. Whitehead, from 



John Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress. 

© W. R. Whitehead, Hamilton, O. ; 1876: 
6204, May 20. 36302 

— Same. 2d. pt. 

© W. R. Whitehead, Hamilton, O. ; 1877: 
7954, July 9. 36303 

— from Bunyan, by Russell Thorndike [i. e. 
A. R. Thorndike] 74 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Russell Thorndike, Aylesford, 
England; D: 12394, Feb. 20, 1908; 2c. Feb. 
20, 1908. • 36304 

— a play in 5 acts, from John Bunyan's alle- 
gory, by J. MacArthur, music from Dvorak, 
Bach, Mozart, Orlando Gibbons and from The 
Messiah ami Parsifal. [76] p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© James MacArthur, New York ; D : 8176, 
Mar. 17, 1906 ; 2c. Mar. 17, 1906. 36305 

sacred drama in 4 acts, adapted from John 

Bunyan's immortal allegory, by Walter 
Stephens. London, F. Griffiths [1914] 78 p. 
12°. 

© Jan. 8, 1914 ; Ic. Apr. 10, 1914 ; D : 36698 ; 
Francis Griffiths, London. 36305a 



yan's allegory into a play of 5 acts, by H. Saint- 
Gaudens. [2], 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 9, 1912; D: 30963; Homer 
Saint-Gaudens, Windsor. 36306 

spectacular drama in 5 acts, by G. M. 

Ritchie. 129 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Metzler Ritchie, Omaha, Neb. ; 
D:5641, Oct. 14, 1904; 2c. Nov. 12, 1904. 

36307 

See also Bunyan's dream. — Christian's 



(The) progress. — Enjoyable entertainments. 

Pilkerton's peerage; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
A. H. Hawkins. [120] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Anthony Hope Hawkins, London; D: 
292, Apr. 1, 1901; 2c. Apr. 1, 1901. 36308 

■ by Anthony Hope [pseud, of Anthony 

Hope Hawkins] London, Samuel French, 
ltd. ; New York, Samuel French, 1908. 112 p. 
12°. ([French's acting library ed.]) 

© Anthonv Hope Hawkins, London ; D : 
13826, Sept. 19, 1908; 2c. Dec. 21. 1908. 

36309 

Pillars (The); play in 5 acts, by J. R. Mann. 
95 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 9, 1913; D: 33748; J. Rexford 
Mann, New York. 36310 

Pillars in ruins; tragedy in 5 acts, by D. R. 
Arnold. 65 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 5, 1915 ; D : 40861 ; Arnold Pes- 
kind, Cleveland. 36310a 

Pillars (The) of society; or, Supports of society, 
a comedy drama in 4 acts, by Henrik Ibsen. 

© Mrs. Ric Kiralfy, United States; 1878: 
.3800, Mar. 30. 36311 

See also Works (The) of Henrik Ibsen. 

Pilot (The); a drama in 5 acts, by K. Arden. 
© Edwin Arden, Castleton Corners, N. Y. ; 
1893 : 6166, Jan. 31. 36312 

■ play in 4 acts, by A. B. Morgan. 66 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 27, 1910 
Bangs Morgan, New York. 

Pilot's (The) revenge; a niflodrama in 3 acts, 
dramati/.cil fnjm a poem of Henrik Ibsen, by 
A. C. Wallberg. 
© Anna Cronlijehn Wallberg, New York; 



D 



20040 ; Agnes 
36313 



1890: 1S3;«), Aug. 27. 



36314 



Pilsner and Poppyseed, the two Gei-man gaza- 
bos; a sketch in 1 act, by Harry L. Newton. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & Co., 1904. 11 p. 12°. 

© Walter 11. B;iker & co., Boston; D: 5292, 
July 13, 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 0, 1904. 36315 



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36316 



COPYEJGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36336 



Pinafore. See Dancing (The) operettas. — Pin- 
afore up-to-date. 

Pinafore up-to-date; comedy burletta on the 
opera Pinafore, by the William duo. [17] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

(g) Ic. Sept. 30, 1911; D: 25355; Williams 
duo, Houston. 36316 

Piuce; saynete, de Hubert Genin. 2 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1912; D: 30002; Gaumont 
CO., New York. 36317 

Same. 

© Ic. May 9, 1913 ; D : 33178 ; Gaumont co.. 
Flushing, N. Y. 36318 

Pinch (The); vaudeville sketch in 1 act, by A. 
Stevvart. [1], 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 1914; D : 37854 ; Andrew 
Stewart, Washington. 36318a 

Pinch (The) hitter; base-ball comedy in 3 acts, 

by H. W. Osborne. [95] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26; 1912; D: 30347; Harry W. 

Osborne, Chicago. 36319 

Pinched for life. See Honourable (The) 

Pine branches; a play in 4 acts, by B. E. Magee. 
[67] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1913; D: 32336; Bertha E. 
Magee, Troy, N. Y. 36320 

Pine tree. See Fairy plays for children. 

Piney woods; a dramatic composition represent- 
ing the dialect of the Piney woods district bv 
J. M. White. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. M. White. Meridian, Miss.; D: 15855, 
jj May 14, 1909 ; 2c. May 22, 1909. 36321 

Ping- mung". See Little Pete. 

Ping-pong; a comedy in 3 acts, by C. Clement. 
© Clay Clement, Chicago ; D : 1953, May 31, 
1902. 36322 

■ ■ an extravaganza in 2 acts, by E. Smith. 

© Edgar Smith, Elmhurst, N. Y. ; D : 1695, 
Apr. 7, 1902. 36323 

■ or, An old game, a 3 act farce, tr. and 

adapted by F. E. Richards. [65] p. t°. 

Typewritten. 

© Florence E. Richards, New York; D : 
2778, Dec. 29, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 29, 1902. 36324 

Ping-pong (The) girl; musical comedy in 2 
acts, by Isabelle Underwood and G. S. Star- 
ling. 

© George S. Starling, Long Branch, N. J. ; 
D : 1939, May 27, 1902. 36325 

Pinheads (The); a comic opera in 3 acts [by J. 
Clarke] Flushing, L. S. Case, printer, 1913. 
23 p. 8°. 

© Mar. 7. 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 19, 1913 ; D : 32720 ; 
John Clarke, Flushing, N. Y. 36326 



Pinhead's pickle; comedy in 4 acts, by G. L. 
Sayler. [131] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1913 ; D : 35215 ; G. L, Sayler, 
Chicago. 36327 

Pink carnations; a monologue for a lady, by 
Giselle D'Unger. Chicago, The Dramatic pub- 
lishing company [1901] 5 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 1027, 
Oct. 28, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 28, 1901. 36328 

Pink (The) cockatoo; a farce in 3 acts, by A. D. 
Clement. 

© Ada D. Clement, San Francisco ; D : 2208, 
Aug. 9, 1902. 36329 

a 3 act farce, by A. Dougherty [i. e. A. D. 

Clement] 

© Ada Dougherty, San Francisco; 1900 A: 
5047, Feb. 23. 36330 

Pink deviless; play in 1 act, by R. A. Bliss. 43 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 21, 1911; D: 25287; Rose A. 
Bliss, New York. 36331 

Pink dominoes; comedy in 3 acts, by A. Dela- 
cour and A. Henuequin, adapted [from the 
French Les domiuos roses] by Maurice 
Hageman. Chicago, The Dramatic publishing 
company [1902] 70 p. 12°. ([Sergei's act- 
ing drAma] ) 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 2641, 
Nov. 22, 1902 ; 2c. Nov. 22, 1902. 36333 

■ a farcical comedy in 3 acts, arr. and 

adapted from the French of Les dominos roses 
by James O. Kaler. 

© John Stetson, Boston; 1877:5517, May 7. 

36333 

Same. 

© John Stetson, United States ; 1877 : 7955, 
July 9. 36334 

Pink (The) hussars; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, book by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph 
McGay Skinner, music by Julian Edward.s 
and Alfred E. Aarons. [51] p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Campbell and Skinner, New York ; D : 
7490, Nov. 2, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1905. 36335 

Pink (The) lady; new musical comedy in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by C. M. S. McLellan, music 
bv Ivan Caryll. Book of lyrics. London, 
Chappell & CO., 1912. 28 p. 8°. 

© Apr. 11, 1912; 2c. Apr. 12, 1912; D: 
29350 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 36336 

Pink (The) letter; farce in 1 act, by H. E. 
Smith. [l],20p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 28, 1914 ; D : 36198 ; Henry Ers- 
kine Smith, New York. 36336a 



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Fink letters; comedy playlet, by L. T. Olles- 
Iieimer. 13 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 16, 1913; D : 33503 ; Louis T. 

Ollesheimer, Detroit. 36337 

Pink McGee and others; melodrama in 4 acts, 
by G. Abbott. 6-105 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 26, 1914 ; D : 35791 ; George Ab- 
bott, New York. 36337a 

Pink (The) mask; a play in 1 act, by R. R. 
Roberts. [5] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 17, 1912 ; D : 31037 ; R. R. Rob- 
erts, Marshfork, W. Va. 36338 

Pink (The) night-dress; play in 1 act, by F. K. 
Peile. [23] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1913; D : 34764 ; F. Kinsey 
Peile, London. 36339 

Pink (The) of perfection; new musical farce in 
1 act, by .S. Hicks. [2], 28 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1912; D : 30897 ; Seymour 
Hicks, London. 36340 

Pink (The) pavilion: musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by Philip Hayman [i. e. W. H. P. Haynian] 
[100] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1913; D : 35112 ; Westby 
Henry Pliilip Hayman, Los Angeles. 36341 

Pink pearl; a play, by Will E. Chapman. 

© Leander Richardson, New York ; 1885 : 
1.5681, July 21. 36342 

Pink (A) perfumed note; [by] Robert C. V. 
Meyers. 

© P. Garrett and co., Philadeli->hia ; 1890: 
26524, Aug. 29 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 1892. 36343 

Pink (The) rosette; by F. H. Hopkins. Type- 
written. 

© Florence Harriet Hopkins, Philadelphia ; 
1900 A : 1036, Jan. 11 ; 2c. Jan. 11. 36344 

Pink (The) scarf; bright little sketch, bv Duckie 
Smith. Lebanon, O., March bros. [1912] 16 
p. 12°. 

© Sept. 0, 1912; 2c. Sept. 12, 1912; D: 
30804 ; March bros., Lebanon, O. 36345 

Pink (The) swan pattern; a play in 2 acts, for 
female characters only, by Maisie B. Whiting. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1905. 14 p. 12°. 
(On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 7085, 
Aug. 9, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 28, 1905. 36346 

Pink (The) Venus; or, The mysteries of a 
night, a magico-comedy in 3 acts, by E. J. 
Dooley. 

© E. J. Dooley, Hartford; 1897:20702, 
Mar. 31. 36347 



Pinkerton Gray; sensational comedy drama in 
4 acts, by J. Kennedy. [56] p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© James Kennedy, Philadelphia ; D : 1667. 
Mar. 29, 1902 ; 2c. Mar. 29, 1902. 36348 

Pinkerton's (The); or, Mother and the boys, a 
farcical absurdity in 3 acts, by Frank and 
S. R. Maltese. 96 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 31, 1909; D: 16691; Salvatore 
Rose Maltese, New York. 36349 

Piiikcyr p!ny in 1 act, by G. B. Mason. 9 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1912; D : 31198 ; Gertrude 
Bryant Mason, Los Angeles. 36350 

Pinkey Krouse; a border drama in 3 acts, by 
George W. Thompson. 

© George W. Cumberland, United States ; 
1876: 14552, Dec. 29. 36351 

Pinkey, the Pinkerton g'irl; drama in 4 acts, 
by Lem B. Parker. [77] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 16, 1912 ; D : 29687 ; Goes litho- 
graphing CO., Chicago. 36352 

Pinkie: comedy in 4 acts, by C. D. Willson. 118 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1915 ; D : 40946 ; Corwin Dale 
Willson, New York. S6352a 

Pinkie ^nd the fairies; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. G. Robertson. 97 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© W. Graham Robertson. London ; D : 
14568, Dec. 19, 1908 ; 2e. Dec. 19, 1908. 36353 

Pinkies (The) and the winkles; play in 1 act, 
by Elizabeth F. Guptill. Franklin, ().,Eklridge 
entertainment house, 1913. 21 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1913 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1913 ; D : 35450 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, Franklin, O. 

36354 

Pino (El) del Norte; zarzuela en 1 acto, dividido 
en 3 cuadros, en prosa y vei'so, original de 
V. Casanova, mfisica del maestro Ruperto Ghapl. 
^Madrid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 19f)7. 
47 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Vicente Casanova, Madrid ; D : 10658, 
I\Iay 29, 1907 ; 2c. May 29, 1907. 36355 

Pintele (Bas)yid (The dotted Jew); by J. Edel- 
stein and B. Thomashefsky. 

© Joseph Edelstein and Boris Thomashef- 
skv. New York ; D : 16156, June 24, 1909. 

36356 

Pinturera (La); eutremgs, de Perez Capo y 
.\senio. ]\Iadrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoies] 1908. 14 p. 12°. 

© Perez Capo y A.senjo, Madrid ; D : 13791, 
Sept. 14, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1908. 36357 



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86375 



Pioneer (The); or, A game of hearts, by A. Z. 
Chipman. Typewritten. 

© Adalbert Z. Chipman and Dallas C. 
Woodworth, Chicago ; 1900 A : 17189, July 12 ; 
2c. July 12. 36358 

Pioneer hero and a true sweetheart; drama in 
4 acts,by M. S. Hollingsworth. 44 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 23, 1909; D: 17178; Miles S. 
Hollingsworth, Fontanet, Ind. 36359 

Pioneers (The); a musical fancy in 2 flights, 
book and lyrics by F. D. Moffett. 40 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

I© Fred Dudlev Moffett, Ottawa, Kan.; D: 
11876, Dec. 5, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 23, 1907. 36360 

poetic drama in 2 scenes, by James Oppen- 

heim. New York, B. W. Huebsch, 1910. 61 p. 
12°. 

© Nov. 16, 1910; 2c. Dec. 31, 1910; D: 
23021; B. W. Huebsch, New York. 36361 

See also Plays of the pioneers. 



Pioneer's (The) daughter. See Forty-niners 
(The) 

Pioneers (The) of 1849; or, The hounds of 

California, a drama in 3 acts, by H. Lyles. 

© Henry Lyles, Washington ; 1877 : 7471, 

June 25. 36362 

Pioneers (The) of '49; a drama in 8 acts, by 
H. Lyles. 

© Henry Lyles, Washington; 1877:14052, 
Dec. 4. 36363 

Pioneers (The) of Kentucky. See Daniel 
Boone. 

Pioniere (Die); lyrisches festspiel iu 1 akt, von 
J. Gugler. 

© Julius Gugler. Milwaukee; 1892:36981, 
Sept. 9. 36364 

Pious (A) fake; episode, by W. Montague. 10 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1911; D : 28054 ; Walter 
Montague, San Francisco. 36365 

Pious (A) fraud. See Sucker (The) 

Pious (The) pirate; comic opera in 2 acts, l?y 
C. R. Freeman. [72] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Aug. 27, 1914; D: 37961; Clarence 
Randolph Freeman, New York. 36365a 

Pipe (A) dream; a musical farce comedy in 3 
acts, by S. N. Lingard. 

© Stephen Nelson Lingard, New York; 
1899:76976, Nov. 25. 36366 

3 act farce, by Henry K. Burton. [21] p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Edwards & Brewer and H. K. Burton, 
Indianapolis; D:2356, Sept. 20, 1902; 2c. 
Oct. 4, 1902. 36367 



Pipe (A) dream— Continued. 

vaudeville act, by W. J. Nelson. 18 p. 

f°. Ms. 

© Ic. Nov. 10, 1914; D: 38855; Wm. J. 

Nelson, Little Falls, N. Y. 36367a 

Pipe (De) dream. See De pipe dream. 

Pipe (The) dream at the race track; S. H. 
Madden. [4] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10, 1911 ; D : 25736 ; Stephen H. 
Madden, Chicago. 36368 

Pipe (The) dream of a bachelor. See Century 
(The) ball. 

Pipe dreams; comedy sketch in 1 act, by Alice 
Davenport. 10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1910 ; D : 22265 ; Clara Mathes, 
Newark, N. J. 36369 

Pipe (The) fixer. See Mixed affair. 

Pipe (The) of desire, and other plays; by G. E. 
Barton. Boston, The Old corner book store, 
inc., 1905. 5 p. 1., SO, [1] p. 12°. 

Contents : The pipe of desire. — The sewing 
machine. — The image of God. — The thing to 
be done. 

© George Edward Barton, Brookline, 
Mass. ; A : 126458, Sept. 18, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 27, 
1905. 36369a 

Pipe (A) of peace; a comedy in 1 act, by M. C. 
Smith. Oakland, Cal., Enquirer pub. co., 
1900. 1 p. 1., 10 p. illus. 8°. 

© Margaret Cameron Smith, Oakland, 
Cal. ; 1900 A : 9888, Apr. IS ; 2c. Apr. 18. 

36370 

■by Margaret Cameron. New York, S. 



French; London, S. French, ltd., 1910. 23 p. 
12°. ([French's international copyrighted ed. 
of the works of the best authors, no. 200] ) 

© Nov. 21, 1910; 2c. Nov. 22, 1910; D: 
22614; Samuel French, New York. 36371 

by O. Harper. 17 p. 4°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1911 ; D : 23237 ; Olive Harper, 
New York. 36372 

a drama in 4 acts, by A. Danziger. 

© Adolphe Danziger, New York ; D : 10215, 
Mar. 27, 1907. 36373 

a drama of today in 4 acts, by Sedley 

Brown. [161] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert Conness, New York ; D : 5545, 
Sept. 19. 1904; 2c. Sept. 19, 1904. 36374 

Pipe (The) plot. See New Amsterdam. 

Piper; play in 4 acts, by Josephine Preston 

Pea body. Boston and New York, Houghton 

Mifflin CO., 1909. 6 p. 1., [3]-201, [1] p. 8°. 

© Nov. 6, 1909 ; 2c. Nov. 13. 1909 ; D : 17353 ; 

Josephine Peabody Marks, Cambridge, Mass. 

36375 



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36392 



Piper — Continued. 

a spectacular legend in 3 acts, by J. HlavS- 

e?ek. 

© John Hlava^ek, New York; 1894:38717, 
Aug. 21. 36376 

Piper and peasant; or, Phil, the foundling, 
an Irish comedy, by Henry J. Byron and J. K. 
Emmet. 

© Joseph K. Emmet, United States; 1874: 
12303, Sept. 30. 36377 

Piper of Hamelin; an extravaganza in 2 acts, 
founded on Robert Browning's poem, book by 
G. Rearden, music by William John Hall. 
[44] p. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Godfrey Rearden, Chicago; D : 7308, 
Sept. 25, 1905 ; 2c. Oct. 2, 1905. 36378 



— fantastic opera in 2 acts, by Robert Buch- 
anan. Rahway, N. J., The Mershon company 
press, 1893. 3 p. 1., 55 p. 16°. [Libretto 
only] 

© W. Heinemann, Rahway, N. .L ; 1893: 
57126, Dec. 26 ; 2c. Dec. 20. 36379 

in 5 acts and 9 tableaux, by I. Kiralfy, B. 



Kiralfy and H. Wilke. 

© Imre Kiralfy, Bolossy Kiralfy and Hu- 
bert Wilke, United States; 1885:22411, Oct. 
26. 36380 

— See also Rat-catcher (The) 



Piper O'Flynn in Mexico; [by] A. Kelcy. 

© Alfred Kelcy, Philadelphia ; 1891 : 13749, 
Apr. 16. 36381 

Piper's (The) pay; a comedy in 1 act, by Mar- 
garet Cameron. New York, S. French ; Lon- 
don, S. French, ltd., 1905. 31 p. 32°. (On 
cover : French's international copyrighted ed. 
of the works of the best authors, no. 86) 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 6511, Apr. 
14, 1905 ; 2c. May 20, 1905. 36382 



— drama in 3 acts, by H. B. Dox and J. G. 
Dox. [79] p. 4°. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. July 23, 1909; D : 16322 ; Hamilton 
Bogart Dox and Julia C. Dox, Peoria, 111. 

36383 



a play in 3 acts, by Hamilton Bogart Dox 

and J. C. Dox. 

© Hamilton B. Dox and Julia C. Dox, Pe- 
oria, 111. ; D : 15695, Apr. 23, 1909. 36384 

Pipes and perdition; a comedy in 1 act, adapted 
from the French by J. V. Prichard. New 
York, O. A. Roorbach [1881] 15 p. 16°. 
([Acting drama, no. 147]) 

© O. A. Roorbach, New York; 1881:^215, 
Fob. 12 ; 2c. Mar. 9. 36385 



Pipes (The) o' Pan; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
l)ook and lyrics by L. Frank Baum and G. 
Scarborough, music to be composed bv Paul 
Teitjens. 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto 
only] 

© George Scarborough, New York; D- 
15535, Mar. 31, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 5, 1909. 36386 

play in 3 acts, by S. Sherman. 33 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1. 1914 ; I) : 37742 ; Sylvia Sherman, 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 36386a 

Pipes (The) of Arcadia. See Daphne, 

Pipes (The) of Pan; the scenario of a panto- 
mimic divertissement in 1 act, music by Ma- 
bel Daniels, book by K. Banning. [4]^ 5 p. 
4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1912 ; D : 29017 ; Kendall Ban- 
ning, New York. 36387 

Pipiolo (El); vaudeville en 1 acto, dividido en 
3 cuadros. en prosa, original de C. Allen-Per- 
kins, musica del maestro Calleja. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1907. 46 p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© Carlos Allen-Perkins, Madrid ; D : 11521, 
Oct. 12, 1907 ; 2e. Oct. 14, 1907. 36388 

Pippa; play in 1 act, by J. I\I. Van Deursen, 
dramatization of a short story, by E. H. de 
Vere Stacpoole. [1], 22 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Mar. 5, 1914; D : 36253 ; J. M. Van 
Deursen, San Bernardino, Cal. 36388a 

Pippin; a modern comedy in 4 acts, by E. J. 
Swartz. 

© Edward J. Swartz, Philadelphia ; ISSl : 
11409, .Tuly 23. 36389 

Pip's fortiine. Sec Expectations. 

Pipton's thunderbolt; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. 
Weitzel. Typewritten. 

© Edvvard Weitzel, Detroit ; 1900 A : 10496, 
Apr. 25 ; 2c. May 9. 36390 

Pique; play in 1 act, by Anne Snowden. [1], 24 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1914; D : 36849 ; Howell 
Snowden, Oxnard, Cal. 36390a 

— — a play of to-day in 5 acts, by A. Daly. 
New York, The author, 1884. 97 p. 8°. 

© Augustin Daly, New York ; 1875 : 12494, 
Nov. 27 ; 2c. Dec. 3, 1886. 36391 

Pique and passion. See Sheridan True, jr. 

Pique (The) family; a play on the Daly, by S. 
Rosenfeld. 

© Svdnev Rosenfeld, New York; 187G ; 
2871. Mar. 7. 36392 



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36408 



Piqiied; a society tlrania in 5 acts, by Col. T. A. 
Brown. 

© T. Allston Brown, New York ; 1876 : 1257, 
Jan. 28. 36393 

Piquet; or, A plagiarism of to-day, by M. L. 
Marks. 

© Montague L. Marks, New York; 1876: 
2749, Mar. 4. 36394 

Piqueta (La); juguete comico en 3 actos y en 
prosa, original de Tristan Bernard y Alfred 
Atliys. arreglado ii la escena espaiiola por An- 
ionic) Pnso, Joaquin Abati y Ricardo Viguera. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1914. 
91 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 1.5, 1915: Ic. Mar. 17, 1915: D: 
40100; A. Paso. J. Abati v R. Viguera. Madrid.. 

36394a 

Pirate (The); drama in 4 acts, by E. Kent. 
[IJ, 57 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 21, 1913 ; D : 35083 ; Esmee Kent, 
New York. 36395 



[5], 



• a play in 4 acts, by Paul Armstrong. 

59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 25, 1912 ; D : 30953 ; Paul Arm- 
strong CO., New York. 36396 

Pirate (A) in petticoats; comedietta, by M. 
Kenne. 

© Milner Kenne, United States; 1895: 
36919, July 16. 36397 

Pirate Lafitte; [play in 4 acts] by M. N. Ever- 
ett. 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1914 ; D : 37210 ; Mary N. Ev- 
erett, Pasadena. 36397a 

Pirate Lafitte of Barataria; play in prologue 
ruid 4 acts, by :\[. N. Everett. [3], 54 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10, 1914: D : 38355 ; Mary Nixon 
Everett, Pasadena. 36397b 

Pirate (The) of St. Antonio; a drama in 5 acts, 
by J. Teackle. 

© John Teackle, Baltimore; 1888:3420, 
Jan. 31. 36398 

Pirate (The) of Santo Domingo. See Mont- 
bars. 

Pirate of Singapore; by A. L. Onri. 

© Archibald L. Onri, Lynbrook, N. Y. ; D : 
7704, Dec. 13, 1905. 36399 

Pirate (The) of the gulf: a libretto, by H. 
Bagg. 49 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 20, 1915 ; D : 41546 ; Helen Bagg, 
Chicago. 36399a 

Pirated (A) play; comedy in 1 act. by F. 
Bishop. [2], 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1912; D : 31367 ; Farnham 
Bishop. New York. 36400 



Pirates (The); play in 1 act, by G. Moyston. 
5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1915; D : 42011 ; Guy Moy- 
ston, San Francisco. 36400a 

Pirate's (The) dream; a nautical operetta in 1 
act and 1 scene, by S. Holdsworth. 

© Samuel Holdsworth, New York; 1877: 
2544, Feb. 28; 2c. Feb. 28. 36401 

Pirate's (The) last shot. See Black (The) 

avenger. 

Pirates (The) of Bellamy River; comic opera 
burlesque in 1 act, by G. E. Schultz. 26 p. 
4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© George E. Schultz, Dover, N. H. ; D: 
1382, Feb. 1, 1902; 2c. Feb. 1, 1902. 36402 



Pirates (The) of Goose Creek, 
kid. 



See Grinder's 



Pirates (The) of Penn Yan; an original bur- 
lesque. 

© Tony Pastor, New York; 1880:2724, 
Feb. 19. 36403 



Pirates of 
operettas. 



Penzance. See Dancing (The) 



Pirates (The) of the air; an original libretto, 
by H. A. Black. 

© Horatio A. Black, Toledo, O. ; 1888: 
17657, June 21. 36404 



Pirates (The) of the Black Isles. 
(The) fount. 



See Fire 



Pirates (The) of the Chesapeake. See Smoke. 

Pirate's (The) treasure; drama in 1 act, by 

Charles W. Goddard. 33 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1914; D: 36132; Star co.. 

New York. 36404a 

Pirouette; or. Little Whirligig, original French 
drama, by Henry Morford and Ben A. Baker, 
by W. A. De Long. Amended title page. 

© William A. De Long, New York; 1871: 
5980, June 23. 36405 

Piscatorial (A) pastoral; 1 act play, by P. W. 
Porter. [10] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 27, 1912; D: 30110; Paul W. 
Porter, New York. 36406 

Piste (La); comedie en 3 actes, [par] V. Sardou. 
[Paris, Impr. de I'Ulustration] 1906. 2 p. 1., 
66 p. 12°. 

© Victorien Sardou, Paris; D : 8213. Mar. 
23, 1906 ; 2c. Mar. 23, 1906. 36407 

Pistols for two; a comedietta in 1 act, by Rol- 
lin Cutter. Philadelphia, The Penn publish- 
ing company, 1897. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1897 : 29393, 
May 14; 2c. May 17. 36408 



1827 



36409 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36422 



Pit (The); drama in 5 acts, by Channing Pol- 
lock. [20'6] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William A. Brady. New York ; D : 4110, 
Oct. 10, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 27, 1903. 36409 

Pitcher (The); baseball episode in 1 act. by Wal- 
ter Montague and R. G. Edwards. 9 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© ic. Feb. 8, 1912; D:2S6S2; K. G. Ed- 
wards, New York. 36410 

Pitcher (The) and the well; play in 1 act, by 
.T. W. FitzPatrick. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. May 28. 1915 ; D : 40789 ; James Wil- 
liam FitzPatrick, Waterbury, Conn. 36410a 

Pitfall (The); play in 1 act, by J. Kolnick. [11, 
31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 9, 1914; D : 35604 ; Jacob Rol- 
nick, Brooklyn. 36410b 

Pitfalls; play in 4 acts, by E. E. Starr. [3], 
70 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1913; D: 33764; Elizabeth 
Ellen Starr, Baltimore. 36411 

Pitiless publicity; play in 3 acts and 4 scenes, 
by W. F. Allen and Marvin A. Riley. [2], 
78 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1911 ; D : 25465 ; Walter Fox 
Allen, Lawrenceville, N. J. 36412 

Pitrocions and plebolions, up in the world—- 
11 — 11; a drama, by F. J. Seybold. 

© F. J. Seybold, Washington: 1882:4843, 
Mar. 28. 36413 

Pittchen; komodie in 3 anfziigen. von C. Viebig 
[i. e. C. Cohn-Viebig] Berlin, Egon Fleischel 
& CO., 1909. cover-title, 132 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1, 1909 ; 2c. Aug. 25, 1909 ; D : 17265 ; 
Clara Viebig, Berlin-Zelilendorf, Germany. 

36414 

Pittipoo Poo; Chinese comic opera in 2 acts, 
libretto by E. C. AVhitton, music by Fred'k 
Watson. [55] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Ic. Nov. 21, 1913; D : 35082 ; Ernest 
Cushman Whitton, Brooklyn. 36415 

Pittsburgh; pluv in 1 act, by Francis Hill [i. e. 
C. F. Hill] [1], 21 p. 10°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1914 ; D : 35834 ;' Charles Fran- 
cis Hill, Philadelphia. 36415a 

Pity the blind; comedy in 3 acts, by W. H. C. 
Kirkbride. 123 p. 4°. Typev.ritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1915; D: 39040; W. H. 
Churcbman Kirkbride, Roland Park, I\Id. 

36415b 

dramatic sketch, by Alfred Allen and R. C. 



Piu che Pamore; tragedia moderna in 2 episodi, 
par G. d'Annunzio. Milano, Fratelli Treves, 

1906. 4 p. 1., [5]-2S0 p. 12°. 

© Gabriele d'Annunzio, Milan; D : 9609. 
Dec. 10, 1900; 2c. Dec. 10, 1906. 36416 

Piu (II) forte. See Strongest (The) 

Pixie, the waif of the mines; an original drama 
in 3 acts, by W. H. Rightmire. 

© William H. Rightmire, New York ; 1879 : 
15337, Nov. 15. 36417 

Pixie-led; a fairy musical play, libretto by 
Helen Broadbent and Inez Evers, music by 
Inez Evers. London, J. Williams, ltd. [1912] 
15 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© June 13, 1912; 2c. June 26, 1912; D: 
30103; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 36418 

Pixies (The); an operetta in 2 acts, libretto 
by W. A. Milne. Chicago, C. F. Summy co., 

1907. 39 p. 12°. 

© Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago; D: 
10587, May 6, 1907 ; 2c. May 6, 1907. 36419 

Pixley's prodigal parents; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Mrs. G. Crane. 21 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Gardner Crane, Diugman's Ferry, 
Pa. ; D : 11506. Oct. 11, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 11, 1907. 

36420 

Pixy (The) Sec Love in danger. 

Place aux femmes; comedie en 4 actes, par 
Albin Vakibreque et Maurice Hennequin. 
Paris, P.-V. Stock, 1901. 169 p. 12°. 

© P. V. Stock, Paris ; D : 875. Sept. 18, 1901 ; 
2c. Sept. 18, 1901. 36421 

See also Moderne (Die) Eva, 



Mitchell [i. e. R. C. M. Young] [2], 15 p 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 14, 1914 ; D : 37570 ; Ruth Com- 
fort Mitchell. Los Angeles. 36415c 



Place (A) in the sun; play in 3 acts, by Cyril 
Harcourt. London, Joseph Williams, ltd. ; 
New York, S. French. 1914. 62 p. 12°. 

© Feb. IS, 1914; 2c. Feb. 19, 1914; D: 
36085 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 36421a 

Placer gold; or, How Uncle Nathan lost his 
farm, a New England drama in 3 acts, by 
David Hill [pseud, of David W. Hildreth] 
Boston. W. II. Baker & co., 1890. 84 p. 12°. 
([Baker's ed. of plays]) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1890: 
26003. Aug. 23; 2c. Oct. 15. 36422 

Placing Paul's play; miniature comedy, by Mr 
and Mrs. H. F. Downing. London, Francis 
Grimths [1913] 24 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 30, 1913; 2c. Mar. 23, 1914; D: 
36586; Hem'v Francis Downing and Francis 
Griffiths. London. 36422a 



Plagiarism (A) of to-day. See Piquet. 
1828 



36423 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36441 



Plague (The); the passing of a soul, a soliloquy 
iu 1 act, by G. E. Crater. 13 p. 4°. Typo- 
\^'ritten. 

© George Edwin Crater, IS'ew Yorlc : D : 
15064, Feb. 12, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 12, 1909. 36423 

Plague (The) of my life; a farce in 1 act, by 
Illion Daveau. 

© Samuel French & son. New York ; 1873 : 
13212, Nov. 14. 36424 

Plague (The) of women; by L. Osbourne. 

© Llovd Osbourne, San Francisco ; D : 1937, 
May 26, 1902 ; 2c. May 26, 1902. 36425 

Plaid Annie: play in 1 act, by I. A. Root. 30 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 13. 1914 ; D : 38475 ; Ivy Ashton 
Root, Pasadena, Cal. 36425a 

Plaideurs (Les) See Litigation. 

Plain (The) clothes man; drama in 3 acts, by 
M. W. Jarrell. [55] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 20, 1914; D: 36280; Myra Wil- 
liams Jarrell, Topeka, Kan. 36425b 

Plain John Smith; or. The cattle show, by 
H. E. Marston. [91] p. f^ Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1912; D : 28530 ; Herbert E. 
IVIarston, Chelsea, Mass. 36426 

Plain Mary Brov/n; a comedy in 2 acts, by Syd- 
ney Blow. New York, S. French ; London, S. 
French, ltd.. 1906. 26 p. 12°. (On cover: 
French's international copyrighted ed. of the 
works of the best authors, no. 100) 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 8673. June 
12, 1906 ; 2c. Dee. 28, 1906. 36427 

Plain Molly; drama of heart interest in 4 acts, 
by Miron Lefflngv,'ell. Chicago, Chicago manu- 
script co., 1911. [64] p. f°. 

© Dec. 4, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 8, 1911 ; D : 2.5975 ; 
Alexander P.yers, Chicago. 36428 

Plain (A) of ice; a drama in 3 acts, bv AV. 
HiU. < ^ ^ -1 

© William Hill, United States; 1886: 141«^6, 
June 21. 36429 

Plain people; rural play in 4 acts, by D. J. 
Stevens. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1910. 
61 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 5, 1910 ; 2c. Nov. 7, 1910 ; D : 2249S ; 
Dana J. Stevens, New York. 36430 

Plains (The); a drama in 1 act, founded on the 
Mountain Meadows' massacre and the suf- 
ferings in Deatli Valley, by S. W. Smith. 

© Sam. W. Smith, San Francisco: 1874: 
5955, May 4. 36431 

See also California through Death Valley. 



Plainsman (The); drama [in 4 acts], by T. W. 
Broadhurst. New York, Pusey &, company, 
1906. 45 p. 12°. 

© Thomas W. Broadhurst, New York; D: 
8359, Apr, 16, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 16, 1906. 36432 

Plaisir d'amour; comedie-bouffo en 3 actes. de 
Mouiice Froyez et Georges Berr. Paris, 
Librairie Moliere, 1903. 169 p. 12°. 

© F. Demoly, Paris ; D : 3551. June 8. 1903 ; 
2c. July 20, 1903. 36433 

Plaisirs (Les) de la peche; de Henry de Brisay. 
3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1912; D : 30013 ; Gaumont 
CO., New York. 36434 

Planchette; play in 1 act, by Berte Thomas. 
[1]. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1913 ; D : 35294 ; Frances Ivor, 
Reigate, England. 36435 

Planners (The); a drama of ethics and aesthet- 
ics in 3 acts, by R. K. Tect. 88 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Franklin J. Hunt, New York ; D : 10738. 
.lune 11, 1907 ; 2c. June 14, 1907. 36436 

Plant (The); comedy drama in 3 acts, by R. 
Baker and G. Stewart. [148] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 2, 1914 ; D : 36907 ; Robert Baker 
and Grant Stewart, New York. 36436a 

Plantation bitters; a colored fantasy in 2 acts, 
for male characters only, bv Mary B. Home. 
Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1892. 29 p. 12°. 
(On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 

© Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston; 1892: 
51792, Dec. 19; 2c. Jan. 27, 1893. 36437 

Plantation days; by R. F. Kellam. 

© R. F. Kellam, Spokane, Wash. ; D : 2580, 
Nov. 10, 1902. 36438 

southern farce comedy with music in 1 act, 

by A. Flatico. [5] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1913; D: 35130; Al Flatico 
and Kettie Wells, Cleveland. 36439 

Plantation life before the war. See Poor 

(The) old slave. 
Plantation (The) secret; a drama, by Mrs 

W. W. Smitli. 

© Mrs. W. W. Smith, Pittsburgh; 1888 

34910, Dec. 7. 36440 

Planter (The) and Uncle Ike, the chicken 
thief; by E. Kirkpatrick. [2] p. 4°. T\i)e- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 2.5. 1910; D: 22370; Earnest 
Kirkpatrick, Portland, Or. 36441 

Planter's (The) daughter. See Shaun's trust. 



1829 



36442 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36461 



Planter's life; from The Clingalee, bj' Percy 
Groeiibauk. 1 p. f°. Typev/ritten. 

© Chappel! & co., London ; D : 5S62, Dec. 5, 
]904 : 2e. Dec. 5. 1904. 36442 

Planter's (A) son; ;i melodrama in 5 acts, by 
B. V. M. Gibbs. Ms. 

© Bei-tha V. M. Gibb;>. Philadelphia ; 1893 : 
41481, Sept. 13 ; 2e. May 24, 1895. 36443 

Planter's (The) sons; a southern drama, by 
S. H. [Morris. 

© Samuel H. Morris, Mount Vernon, N. Y. ; 
1889:39570. Dec. 26. 36444 

Planter's (The) wife; an original American 
comoily drama in 5 acts, by J. K. Tillotson. 

© James K. Tillotson, New York; 1880: 
15199, Oct. 6. 36445 

— : in 4 acts, by J. K. Tillotson. 

© James K. Tillotson, New York; 1880: 
17146. Nov. 11. 36446 

Plasar, queen of the miners; comedy drama in 
prologue and 4 acts, by A. L. Johnson. [139] 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Annie Lewis Johnson, Philadelphia ; 
1884 : 11838. June 11 : 2c. June 11. 36447 

Plasar, queen of the mines; original play in 5 
acts, by A. L. Johnson. 

© Annie Lewis Johnson, Indianapolis ; 1884: 
1253, Jan. 17. 36448 

Plaster saints; high comedy in 3 movements, 
bv Israel Zanswill. London, William Heine- 
mann. 1914. 3 p. 1., 212 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 24. 1914; 2c. Oct. 15. 1914; D: 
38498 ; Macmillan co., New York. 36448a 

Platform monologues and stage entertain- 
ments; by Kate F. Ellis. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1905. 125 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 7084. 
Aug. 9, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 17. 1905. 36449 

Plato in the clouds. »S'c'e Land (The) of sis- 
terly love. 

Piatt's play; farce for the vaudeville, by E. 
Kuox. 17 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 23, 1915; D : 39487 ; Edward 
Knox, Nov/ York. 36449a 

Play (The): drama in 3 acts, by R. De.shon and 
J. Dunne. [86] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .\ug. 4. 1911; D:24S57; Boberto 
Deshon and .Tohn Duime, New York. 36450 

Play-actor (The); play in 3 acts, by L. D. Wood- 
man. [401 p. 4°. Typewritten.' 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1911: D: 25404; Louise D. 
Woodman. IMelrose, Mass. 36451 



Play-actress (The); a 1 act farce, by Edythe 
Lewis Schmitt. 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
® E. L. Schmitt, New York ; D : 3639, June 

23, 1903 ; 2c. June 23, 1903. 36452 

a play iu 4 acts, adapted and arr. from Mr. 

Crockett's novel, by Mrs. F. W. Kitchel. 

© Mrs. Francis W. Kitchel, Perth Amboy, 
N. J. ; 1895 : 51228, Oct. 9. 36453 

Play and players, past and present; by H. 
Holman. 1 p. 8°. Tj^pewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1910 ; D : 20893 ; Harry Hol- 
man, New York. 36454 

Play ball; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by J. 
Wild. 

© John Wild, New York ; 1888 : 8744, Mar. 

24. 36455 

Play (The) builders; play in 3 acts, by F. W. 
Norris and Luther B. Anthony. [90] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 20, 1911 ; D : 24007 ; F. Wickham 
Norris, Easton, Pa. 36456 

Play (A) for a fortune. See Scotching a 
snake. 

Play (The) lady; comedy in 3 acts, by E. L. 
Beach, jr. [140] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug, 31, 1914; D : 37973 ; Emmet 
Lewis Beach, jr., Saginaw, Mich. 36457 

Play not with fire; dram.'i in 2 acts, by K. S. 
Valerio. l^ew York, John Polhemus, 1879. 

© Katharine Sedgwick Valerio, United 
States ; 1879 : 10931, Aug. 15. 36458 

Play (The) of life; a sensational comedy drama 
in 5 acts, by F. Buoman. 

© Frank Buoman, Buffalo; 1892:40868. 
Dec. 23. 36459 

Play (The) of Robin Hood. See In manor 
and wood. 

Play (The) of the passions. See Who was the 

sinner? 

Play's (The) the thing; drama in 1 act, by 
A. J. Lamb. 3 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1915; D : 40669 ; Arthur J. 
Lamb, Chicago. 33459a 

Play the game; by K. B. Finley. 

© Kate Barclay Finley, Chicago; D: 10159, 
Mar. 16, 1907. 36460 

dramatic comedy in 1 act and 3 scenes, by 



Ruth Comfort Mitchell [i. e. R. C. M, Young] 
[2], 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 8, 1915; D: 40304; Ruth Com- 
fort Mitchell Young, New York. 36460a 

Play (A) without a name; by S. Morse. 32 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Samuel Morse, Nev^ York ; D : 6032. Jan. 
9, 1905; 2c. Jan. 9, 1905. 36461 



1830 



36461 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36479 



Playboy (The) of the western world; a cora- 
edv, by J. M. Synge. Act 2. New York, 1907. 
19 numb. 1. 8°. 

© John M. Svnge. Dublin, Irehinrl ; D : 
10221, Mar. 6, 1907; 2c. Mar. 6, 1907. 

36461a 

Played and lost; a farce, by H. Elliott McBride. 
Chicago, T. S. Denison, 1SS2. 8 p. 12°. 
([School and social drama]) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago; 1882:18523, 
Nov. 2 ; 2c. Nov. 8. 36462 

Same. 

© H. Elliott McBride, Coraopolis, Pa., as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 1220, Oct. 14, 1910. Original entry, Nov. 2. 
1882, no. 18523. 36463 

Played to a finish; by M. Nuttall. 

© Myrtle Nuttall, Los Angeles ; D : 13933, 
Sept. 28, 1908. 364S4 

Player (The); a comedy iu 4 acts, by M. E. 
Smith. 

© Mary Ellis Smith, Chicago ; 1889 : 37400, 
Dec. 9. 36465 

Player (The) children of Blackfriars; romantic 
comedy in 2 acts, by E. B. Tiffany. [59] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27, 1911; D: 24338; Esther 
Brown Tiffany, Cambridge, Mass. 36466 

Player (The) maid; a romantic comedy in 4 
acts, by L. Malloy. 39 p. 4°. Printed. 

© Louise Malloy, Baltimore; D : 6349. Mar. 
9, 1905; 2c. Oct. 2, 1905. 36467 

Players (The); comedy-drama in 3 acts, by 
Allan A. Freeman. 

© Victor E. Freeman, New York ; D : 11497, 
Oct. 9, 1907. 36468 



Players (The) of London. 
Juliet. 



See Phyllis as 



Player's (A) tragedy; by Alfred Delano [pseud, 
of W. A. Delaney] Typewritten. 

© W. A. Delaney, New York; 1899:6630. 
Jan. 18; Ic. Jan. 18. 36469 

Playful (The) poster; by C. Heverin. 

© Cator Heverin, New York ; 1900 A : 9842, 
Apr. 17. 36470 

Playgoers; domestic episode, by A. Pinero. 
London, Chiswick press, 1913. 28 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Apr 10, 1913; D: 32909; Sir Ar- 
thur Pinero, •London. 36471 

Same. New York, S. French; London, S. 



French, ltd., 1913. 36 p. 12°. 

© May 12, 1913; 2c. May 13, 1913; D: 
33208; Samuel French, ltd., London. 36472 



Playing a part; or. The rehearsal, dramatic 
playlet in 1 act, by S. N. Behrman. 17 p. 
4°. Ms. 

© Ic. July 27, 1911 ; D : 24784 ; Stanlev N. 
Behrman, New York. 36473 



Playing brownie, 
book. 



See Complete Hallowe'en 



Playing for high stakes. See Miner's (The) 
oath. 

Playing gooseberry; a society comedy in 1 act, 
b.v Evelvn Simms. New York, Dick and Fitz- 
gerald, 1909. 17 p. 12°. 

© July 27, 1909 ; 2c. Aug. 2, 1909 ; D : 16456 : 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 36474 

Playing hearts in Merryland; a 1 act military 
farce in 1 scene, by B. O. Weston. 10 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Burt Clarence Weston. Chicago ; D : 
886, Sept. 20, 1901 ; 2c. Sept. 20, 1901. 36475 

Playing pool; vaudeville eccentricity in 1 act, 
by M. E, Swan. [1], 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 2, 1912; D : 30187 ; Mark E. 
Swan, New York. 36476 

Playing possum; a comedy sketch in 1 act, by 
William Waterhouse and Ella C. Waterhouse. 
23 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1914 ; D : 38571 ; William Levi 
Waterhouse, Aurora, 111. 36476a 

Playing the game; comedy in 3 acts, bv A. C. 
O'Dea. [1], 97 p. 4°. Typewritten.' 

© Ic. July 13, 1912 ; D : 30252 ; Anne Cald- 
well O'Dea, Eockville Centre, N. Y. 36477 



— comedy in 2 acts, by Josepha Marie Mur- 
ray. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1916. 31 p. 
12°. (On cover: Baker's ed. of plays) 

© Nov. 5, 1915 ; 2c. Nov. 6, 1915 ; D : 42198 ; 
Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 36477a 



— drama in 3 acts, by S. Cowan and L. T. 
Whitney. [102] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 3, 1914 ; D : 38692 ; Sada Cowan, 
New York, and Leslie Traffarn Whitnev, Bos- 
ton. 36477b 

— musical review in 1 act, by Harry B. and 
R.B.Smith. 39 p. 4°. Typewritten. [^Vords 
only] 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1911; D: 25199; Robert B. 
Smith, New York. 36478 



— original comedy in 1 act, by Leon M. Lion 
and Austin Philips. New York, S. French ; 
London, S. French, ltd., 1913. 20 p. 12°. 
([French's acting ed. no. 2430]) 

© Feb. 21, 1913; 2c. Feb. 24, 1913; D: 
32402 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 36479 



1831 



36480 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36499 



Playing- the game — Coutinued. 

■play ill 4 acts, by C. G. Bochert. [1], 81 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1912 ; D : 30089 ; Charles G. 

Bochert, New York. 36480 

— a 3 act play of adventure and romance, by 
E. E. Vick. 60 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 5, 1912; D : 29883 ; Effie Estelle 
Vick, Overhmd, Mo. 36481 

Playing- the limit; by S. S. Tibbals and H. 
Saxby. 

© Sevmour S. Tibbals and Howard Saxby, 
Ohio ; 1895 : 42910, Aug. 23. 36482 

Playing the ponies; in 2 acts, by A. Hoftman. 
[208] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Aaron Hoffman, New York; D : 11471, 

Oct. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 22, 1907. 36483 

Playing the races; a curtain raiser, a comedy 

in 1 act, by E. C. Bennett. Sacramento, Cal., 

1905. cover-title, 18 p. 12°, 

© Ellen Corrinne Bennett, Sacramento, 
Cal. ; D : 7359, Oct. 4, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 28, 1905. 

36484 

Playing the tuna; by M. Clover and L. Conly. 
36 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1909 ; D : 17571 ; Luella Conly, 
Pasadena, and Madge Clover, Los Angeles. 

36483 

Playing with fire; by J. H. Neebe, elaborated 
from the 1 act German farce Furcht vor de^r 
schwiegermutter, by Clara Ziegler. [36] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 22, 1910; D: 21848; Joseph 
Henry Neebe, Chicago. 36486 

comedy playlet, by C. W. Tackenberg. 22 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 12, 1915; D : 41210 ; Charles Wil- 
liam Tackenberg, Cincinnati. 36486a 

drama of to-day in 4 acts, by C. S. Pearson. 

ii, 81 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1910; D: 21246; Charles S. 
Pearson, New York. 36487 

a society drama in 4 acts, by D. Hastings. 

© Dille Hastings, Philadelphia ; 1896 : 7401, 
Jan. 30. 36488 

See also Cure for the blues. — Dawn. — Miss 

Fitz-John. 

Playmakers; a comedy in 3 acts, by W. H. 
Nichols. 104 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
, © Walter H. Nichols, Monrovia, Cal. ; D : 
15817, May 10, 1909 ; 2c. May 10, 1909. 36489 

play in 1 act, by J. H. Morris and R. K. 

Young. [1], 6 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1913 ; D : 32876 ; James How- 
ard Morris and Roland Keith Young, New 
York. 36490 

See alao Widow. 



Playmates; a nautical farce comedy, by J. W. 
Kelly and Be.ssie Bonehiil. 

© Betsv Smith, New York; 1892:49819, 
Dec. 6. 36491 

-vaudeville skit, by AV. U. Cressy. [2], 21 

p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 2, 1913; D : 33116 : Will M. 
Cressy, Concord, N. H. 36492 

Plays; by Anton Tchekoff, tr. from the Russian, 
with an introduction by Jlarian Fell. New 
York, C. Scrihuor's sons, 1912. 3 p. 1., 3-233 
p. front, (port.) 12°. 

Contents : Uncle Vanya. — Ivanoff. — Sea 
gull. — Swan song. 

© Sept. 14, 1912; 2c. Sept. 17, 1912; A: 
320420 ; Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 

36493 

by August Strindberg, tr. by Edith and 



Warner Oland. Boston, J. W. Luce and com- 
pany, 1912. Various paging, front, (port.) 
12°. 

Contents : Father. — Countess Julie. — Out- 
law. — Stronger. 

© Julv 3, 1912 ; 2c. Nov. 9, 1912 ; A : 327743 ; 
L. E. Bassett, Boston. 36494 

— Same. [218] p. front, (port.) 12°. 



Contents : Comrades. — Facing death. — Pa- 
riah. — Easter. 

© .Tune 14, 1913; 2c. June IS, 1913; A: 
350071; L. E. Bassett, Boston. 36495 

tv. from the Sv.-edish with an introduc- 
tion bv Edwin Bjorknuin. Authorized ed. 
New York, C. Scribner's sons. 1912. 3 p. 1., 
3-26S p. 12°. 

Contents : The dream play.— The link. — 
The dance of death, pt. 1, 2. 

© Feb. 24, 1912 ; 2c, Mar. 7, 1912 ;D : 28970 ; 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 36496 

Same. 3 p. 1., 3-90 p. 12°. 

Contents:' Miss Julia. — The stronger. 
© Aug. 17, 1912; 2c. Aug. 22, 1912; A: 
319426; Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 

36497 

Same. 3 p. 1., 3-89 p. 12°. 

CoNTiQNTS : Creditors. — I'ariah. 
© Nov, 2, 1912 ; 2c, Nov, 5, 1912 ; A : 327606 ; 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 36498 

- Same. 2d scries. New York. C. Scrib- 



ner's sons, 1913. 3 p. 1., 3-265 p. 12°, 

Contents : There are crimes and crimes. — 
Miss Jnlia.— The stronger.— Creditors. — Pa- 
riah. 

© I^Iar. 1, 1913 ; 2c. Mar, 6, 1913 ; A : 332680 ; 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 36499 



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36500 



COPYBIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36507 



Plays; by August Strindberg — Continued. 

■ Same. 3d series. New York, C. Scrib- 

ner's sons, 1913. 2 p. 1., 276 p. 12°. 

Contents : Swanwhite. — Simoon. — Debit 
and credit. — Advent. — Tlie tliunder storm. — 
After the fire. 

© Oct. 4, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 7, 1913 ; A : 354659 ; 
Cliarles Scribner's sons, New Yorli. 36500 

by Bj0rustjerne Bj^ruson, tr. from tlie Nor- 
wegian with an introduction by Edwin Bjork- 
man. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1913. 
4 p. 1., 3-281 p. front, (port.) 12". 

Contents: The gauntlet (En hanske). — Be- 
yond our power (Over evne). — The new sys- 
tem (Det ny system), 

© Apr. 12, 1913; 2c. Apr. 15, 1913; A: 
343S78; Charles Scribner's sons, New Yorl?. 

36501 

■ Same. 2d series. New York, C. Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1914. 4 p. 1., 3-284 p. 12°. 

Contents: Love and geography (Geografi 
og kjaerlighed). — Beyond liuman might (Over 
evne: annet stykke). — Laboremus (Labore- 
mus). 

© Feb. 7, 1914; 2c. Feb. 20, 1914; A: 
369098; Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 

36501a 

by Clyde Fitch, ed. with an introduction 

by Montrose J. Moses and Virginia Gerson. 
Memorial ed. Boston, Little, Brown and 
company, 1915. 4 v. fronts. 12°. 

Contents : v. 1. Beau Brumraell. Lovers' 
lane, Nathan Hale. — v. 2. Barbara Frietchie, 
Captain Jinks of the horse marines, Tlie 
climbers. — v. 3. The stubbornness of Geraldiue, 
The girl with the green eyes, Her own way. — 
v. 4. Tlie woman in the case, The truth, The 
city. 

© Nov. 15, 1915 ; 2c. each and aff. Nov. 22. 
1915 ; A : 414785 ; Little, Brown and cojapfiny. 
Boston! 36501b 



— by J. F. Phillips. 

© John Franklyn Phillips, Great Neck, 
N. Y'. ; D : 15772, May 4, 1909. 36503 

— by John Galsworthv. New York and Lon- 
don, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1909. v, 263 p. 
12°. 

Conteints : The silver box. — Joy. — Strife. 
© John Galsworthy, Great Britain ; A : 
241726, June 11, 1909; 2c. June 11, 1909. 

36503 



— ■ — —Same. 2d series. New York, Charles 
Scribner's sons, 1913. [225] p. 12°. 

Contents : The eldest son. — The lictle 
dream. — Justice. 

© Mar. 29, 1913 ; 2c. Apr. 7, 1913 ; D : 32858 ; 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 36504 



Plays; by John Galsworthy — Continued. 

— — Same. 3d series. New York, Charles 

Scribner's sons, 1914. [278] p. 12°. 

Contents: The fugitive. — The pigeon.— 
The mob. 

© Sept. 5, 1914; 2c. Sept. 11, 1914; D: 
38076; Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 

36504a 



— -by Leonid Andreyelf, tr. from the Russian 
by Clarence L. IMeader and Fred Newton 
Scott. Authorised ed. New York, C. Scrib- 
ner's sons. 1915. xxvi p., 1 1., 214 p. front, 
(port.) 12°. 

Contents : The black maskers. — The life of 
man. — The Sabine women. 

© Feb. 20, 1915 ; 2c. and afe. Feb. 25, 1915 ; 
A : 391981 ; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

36504b 

•by Mrs. W. K. Clifford. New York, M. 



Kennerley, 1910. 5 p. L, [5]-329 p. 12° 

Contents : Hamilton's second marriage.— 
Thomas and the princess. — The modern way. 

© Apr. 2, 1910; 2c. Apr. 15, 1910; A: 
261189; Mitchell Kennerley, New York. 

36505 

Plays and comedies for little folks; by Marie 
Irish [pseud, of Mayme Riddle Bitney] Chi- 
cago, A. Flanagan company [1912] 172 p. 
diagr. 16°. 

© Feb. 1,1912; 2c. Feb. 8, 1912 ; A : 305592 : 
A. Flanagan co., Chicago. 36506 

Plays and monologues; by Benjamin Lease 
Crozer Griffith. [Philadelphia. The Penn pub. 
CO., 1901] [324] p. 8°. 

Contents : Between the acts. — Forget-me- 
nots. — A cloudy day. — Wanted — a valet. — 
Pro tem. — For her sake. — ^A bachelor's di- 
vorce. — A rival by request. — A mistake in 
identity. — Not at home.— Monologues. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; A : 8413, 
Apr. 30, 1901 ; 2c. Apr. 25, 1901. 36506a 

Plays and poems; by G. H. Boker. 2 v. 3d 
ed. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co.. 1869. 
Contents : v. 1. Calaynos. — Anne Boleyn. — 
Leonor fle Guzman. — Francesca da Rimini. — 
V. 2. The betrothal. — The widow's marriage. 
© George H. Boker, United States; 1883: 
18107, 18108, Oct. 3; 2c. each Nov. 5. 

36506b, 36506c 

Plays for private acting; tr. from the French 
and Italian, by members of the Bellevue dra- 
matic club of Newport. New York, H. Holt & 
company, 1878. (Leisure hour series, no. 99) 
[Re-issued in 1902 with the title: — The soup 
tureen and other duologues and dialogues] 

© Henry Holt & CO., New York; 1878: 
8717, July 29 ; 2c. Aug. 14. 36507 



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36507 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36515 



Plays for school children; eil. by Anna M. 
Liitkenhiius, with an introduction by Margaret 
Knox. New York, The Century co., 1915. 
xviii, 283 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 24. 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Apr. 27, 1915 ; 
A: 397737; Century co., New York. 36507a 

Plays for small stages; by M. Aldis. New 
York, Duffield & company, 1915. xv, 105 p. 
front., plates. 8°. 

Contents : Mrs. Pat and the law. — Tlie 
drama class. — Extreme unction. — The letter. — 
Temperament. 

© Dec. 3. 1915; 2c. and aff. Dec. 7. 1915: 
A : 414912 ; Mary Aldis, New York. 36507b 

Plays for the holidays for seventh and eighth 
year grades; by C. G. Eichel. [6], 224 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1914; D : 36121 ; Charles 
Gerard Eichel, New York. 36507c 

Plays in pantomime for moving picture shows; 
by D, Davidson, v. 1. 12 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Nov. 27, 1909 ; D : 17543 ; Dore David- 
son, New York. 36508 

Plays of Maurice Maeterlinck; tr. by Richard 
Hovey. Chicago, Stone <& Kimball, 1895. 

Contents : Princess Maleine. — The in 
truder. — The blind. — The seven princesses. 

© Stone & Kimball. Chicago ; 1895 : 10008, 
Feb. 22 ; 2c. Dec. 10, 1894. 36508a 

Same. Chicago, Stone & Kimball, 1894- 

1896. 2 V. 12°. 

Contents: v. 1. Princess Maleine. — The in- 
truder. — The blind. — The seven princesses.- — 
V. 2. Alladine and Palomides. — Pelleas and 
M^lisande. — Home. — The death of Tintagiles. 

© Stone & Kimball, Chicago; 1896:43039, 
July 29; 2c. June 17. 36508b 

Plays of protest; bv Upton Sinclair. New York, 
M. Kennerley, 1912. 3 p. 1., vi, 226 p. 12°. 

Contents : The naturewoman.-^The ma- 
chine. — The second-story man. — Prince Hagen. 

© Jan. 15, 1912; 2c. Feb. 15, 1912; A: 
305641 ; Mitchell Kennerley, New York. 36509 

Plays of the pioneers; a book of historical 
pageant-plays, by Constance D'Arcy Mackay. 
New York and London. Harper & brothers, 
1915. 174, [1] p. incl. front., plates. 12°. 

Contents : The pioneers. — The fountain of 
youth. — May-day. — The vanishing face. — The 
passing of Hiawatha. — Dame Greel o' Port- 
land Town. 

© Apr. 26, 1915; 2c. Apr. 27. 1915: aff. Apr. 
28, 1915; A: 398583; Harper & bro.s.. Now 
York. 36509a 



Plays, pleasant and unpleasant; by Bernard 
Shaw. New York, Brentano's, 190G. 2 v. 12°. 
Contents : v. 1. Containing the three un- 
pleasant plays : Widower's houses.^The phil- 
anderer. — Mr.«(. Warren's profession. — v. 2. 
Containing the four pleasant plays: Arms and 
the man.- — Candida. — The man of destiny. — 
You never can tell. 

© Brentano's. Now York ; A : 134735, 134736, 
Dec. 30, 1905; 2c. Dec. 30, 1905. 3650913 

— -The first volume containing the three 



unpleasant plays. (!hica.go, H. S. Stone & co., 
1898. 2 p. 1., [ix]-xxxi, 244 n., 1 1. incl. 
port. 12°. 

CoNi'ENTS : Widower's houses. — The Phil- 
anderer. — I\Irs. Warren's profession. 

© Herbert S. Stone & co., Chicago; 1898: 
24271. Apr. 18; Ic. Apr. 21; Ic. Mav 3. 

36509c 

The second volume containing the 



pleasant plays. Chicago and New York, H. S. 
Stone & CO., 1898. xix, 338 p., 1 1. 12°. 

Contents : Yon never can tell. — -Arms and 
the man. — Candida. — The man of destiny. 

© Bernard Shaw, London; 1898:30213, 
May 16 ; 2c. Apr. 18. 36509d 

Plaything (The); drama in 1 act. by S. E. 
Smyth. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 17. 1914; D : 37S78 ; Samuel E. 
Smyth, Omaha. Neb. 36509e 

drama in 3 acts, by A. J. Lamb. 55 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1912; D : 30854 ; Arthur J. 
Lnmb, New York. 36510 



drama of modern life in 1 act, by C. S. 

Booth. [2], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1912 ; D : 28G37 ; ' Charles 
Stewart Booth, New York. 36511 

a play in 3 acts. [1], 40 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 17, 1912 ; D : 29984 ; Chas. (J. 
Turner. Grand Rapids, Mich. 36512 

Playthings; a drama in 4 acts, by M. Z. J.-iPfji. 
f99] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25. 1912; D : 29169 : M. Z. .Taffa. 
Los Angeles. 36513 

piny in 3 acts, by M. Z. Jaffa. 81 p. f°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1913; D : 33865 ; Minnie Z. 

Jaffa, Los Angeles. 36514 

Playwright (The): by P.. J. Travis. 58 p. 4°. 

:m.s. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1909; D : 17317 ; Boyd J. 

Travis, Columbus, O. 36515 



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36516 



COPYKIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36533 



Playwright (The) — Continued. 

■ a comedy in 4 acts, by L. Landes. New 

Yorlv, Chambers print [1900] 3 p. 1., 91 p. 

front, (port.) 8°. 

© Leonard Landes, New Yorl^; 1900 A: 

10140, Apr. 21 ; Ic. June S ; Ic. July 21. 36516 

See also His partner's wife. 



Playwrig-ht at work; by J. P. Powell. 23 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© .lames Francis Powell. Norwalli. Conn.; 
D : 874S, June 28, 190G ; 2c. June 28, 1906. 

36517 

Playwrights (The); by M. C. Kann. 43 p. 1°. 
Typewritten. 

© Mattve C. Kann, San Francisco ; D : 
14587, Dec' 21, 1908; 2c. Dec. 21, 1908. 36518 

Play write (The); a comedy-drama in 4 acts, by 
S. Wood. 

© Stanley Wood, Denver ; 1894 : 7146, Jan. 
31. 36519 

Plea (The) of love; a comedy in verse, by Os- 
born Rennie Lamb. Nev/ Yorli, Ames & Rol- 
linson, 1907. 55 p. 12°. 

© Osborn Rennie Lamb, Cresskill, N. J. ; 
D : 11428, Sept. 28, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 12, 1907. 

36520 

Pleasant (A) evening; comedy in 4 acts, by 
Frederic Arnold Kummer. 120 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1910; D : 202.55 ; Sanger & 
.Jordan, New Yorlc. 36521 

-an eccentric character comedy si^etch for 

one male and one female character, by R. A. 
Mansfield. [15] p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Robert A. Mansfield, Lfmisville ; D : 371, 
Apr. 20, 1901 ; 2c. May 21, 1901. 36522 

Pleasant (A) evening by the imperial trio; a 
comedy sketch in 1 act, by R. H. Hodge. Type- 
i written. 

I © R. H. Hodge, New York : 1899 : 76990, 
Nov. 13 ; 2c. Jan. 27, 1900. 36523 

Pleasant hours in language fields. See Word 
(The) family. 

Pleasant journey; fai'cical sketch, by C. W. 
L Tackenberg. [2], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. S, 1914 ; D : 39033 ; Charles Wil- 
liam Tackeuberj?, Cincinnati. 36523a 

Pleasant wedding guests; comedy in 1 act, by 
Fanny Ritchie. 

© Roxbury pub. co., New York ; 1899 : 17949, 
Mar. 9; 2c. Mar. 9. 36524 

Please be kind to my mamma, dad; by J. A. 

DehJi. 

© John A. Dehn, Rochester, N. Y. ; D : 9036, 
Sept. 4, 1906. 36525 



Please don't wake me; dope song, by Matthew 
Woodward. 2 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Woodward & Jerome, New York ; D : 
15123, Feb. 9, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 1909. 36526 

Pleasing her parents; or, Losing a lover, a 
drama in 4 acts, by L. J. L. Stilwell. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn ; 
D : 12112, Jan. 3, 1908. 365$i7 

Pleasure; a comedy drama, by Olive Logan and 
W. Sikes. 

© Wirt Sikes, New York ; 1872 : 7626, July 
17. 36528 

Pleasure (A) stroll on Pifth avenue; play in 
1 act, by I. F. Hapiiood. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 22, 1915; D : 42060 ; Isabel F. 
Hapgood, New York. 36528a 

Pleasure (A) trip; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. 
Gondiuet and A. Bisson, tr. from the French 
by Newton Chisneil. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames, 
1885. 49 p. 12°. { [Ames' series of standard 
and minor drama, no. 168] ) 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1886 : 4241, Feb. 
19 ; 2c. Feb. 20. 36529 

Pleasures and palaces. See Lesson in house- 
keeping. 

PleasTires and politics; an opera in 3 acts, by 
L. Richardson. Typewritten. 

© Lilian Richardson, Washington ; 1893 : 
9707, Feb. 21 ; 2c. Feb. 21. 36530 

Pleasures (The) of hell; a spectacular extrava- 
.i;ai!za in 3 acts, by T. E. Conterno and R. M. 
"Whiteiiead. 

© Theodore E. Conterno, Brooklyn, and 
Ralph M. Whitehead, New York; 1897:22562, 
Apr. 10. 36531 

Pleasures (The) of the world; religious comedy 
in 3 acts, by John Preston [pseud, of J. P. 
Buschlen] Lamoui, la.. Herald publishing 
house [1915] 64 p. 8°. 

© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 2c. Oct. 22, 1915 ; D : 42183 ; 
.John Preston Buschlen, Lamoni, la. 36531a 

Plebe (La); sainete de costumbres populares en 
1 acto, dividido en 3 cuadros, en prosa, origi- 
nal de M. Fernjlndez Palomero, mtisica de 
los maestros Foglietti y Padilla. Madrid [So- 
. ciedad de autores espanoles] 1913. 47 p. 12°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36552 ; Manuel Femrmdez Palomero, Madrid. 

36531b 

Plebeian; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by J. Ar- 
thur. 

© Joseph Arthur, New York ; 1887 : 4849, 
Mar. 1. 36532 

-a romantic drama, by Wm. Young. 

© Frank Curtis, Detroit ; 1882 : 18659, Nov. 3. 

36533 



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36534 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



86554 



Plebes (The); by B. L. Johnson. [6] p. f°. 
Typewritten. [Scenario] 

© Bessie Louise Johnson, Cliicago ; D : 
15646, Apr. 17, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 17, 1909. 36534 

Pledge (The) of Coronova; a dramatic playlet 
in 1 scene, by Harry S. Sheldon. 27 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© John Justus, Keokuk, la. ; D : 15980, June 
1, 1909 ; 2c. June 3, 1909. 36535 

Pledge (The) of honor; romantic melodrama in 
5 acts, by James W. Harkins, jr. [G7] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Thomas E. Shea, Belfast, Me. ; D : 3163. 
Mar. 19, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 23, 1903. 36536 

Pledged; or, Fun in a pawnshop, an original 
comedy in 2 acts, by Robei't B. Peattie. 

© Charles Katzenberg, Philadelphia ; 1885 : 
13172, June 15. 36537 

Pledgeling (The); a college comedy, by H. S. 
Mitchell. 40 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Henrv S. Mitchell, Minneapolis ; D : 6503, 
Apr. 12, 1905; 2c. May 3, 1905; 2c. Aug. 19, 
1905. 36538 

Pledging of Polly; farce in 2 acts, by Abby 
Bullock and Margaret Currier Lyon. Boston, 
W. H. Baker & co., 1909. 31 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 21, 1909 ; 2c. Oct. 22, 1909 ; D : 17164 ; 
Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 36539 

Pleiades (The); a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. S. Gilmore. [67] p. f°. Typev/ritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Annella S Gilmore. Omaha, Neb. ; D : 
2220, Aug. 9, 1902 ; 2c. Jan. 14, 1904. 36540 

or. The Pleiades and the planets, a celes- 
tial fantasy, by Margaret Virginia Jenkins. 
[1], 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© IM. V. Jenkins, New York ; D : 6984, July 
18, 1905 ; 2c. July 18, 1905. 36541 

Plenty of money; a drama in 4 acts. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, Brooklyn; 1876: 
11215, Oct. 3. 36542 

Plight (The) of Doubleday; a play in 5 acts, by 
W. M. Smith. Typewritten. 

© William Maus Smith, Chicago; 1900 A: 
2257, .Tan. 25; 2c. Jan. 2.5. 36543 

Plongee (Bn) See Submarine (The) 
Plot (The); vaudeville sketch, by U. Akerstrom. 
19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 13, 1910; D: 21547; Ullie Aker- 
strom, Brooklyn. 36544 

Plot against plot; by T. Luiz de Freitas. Cald- 
well. Id., Gem state rural printers, 1903. 65 
p. 8°. 

© Thome Luiz de Freitas, Portland, Or. ; 
D : 3104, Mar. 9, 1903 ; 2c. May 19, 1903. 

36545 



Plot and counterplot; a play, by J. A. Eustace. 

© Jennie A. Eustace, Elmira, N. Y. ; 1880 : 
20199, Dec. 29. 36546 

Plot and proxy; or. The colonel's surrender, a 
comedy in 3 acts, tr. from the German by R. C. 
Wright, arr. and adapted for the stage by 
H. S. Duffield and Phosa McAllister. 

© Robert Catlin Wright, Portland, Or.; 
D : 4243, Nov. 14, 1903. 36547 

Plot (A) for millions; a drama in a prologue 
and 4 acts, by Rhg Lorraine, 

© R. Lorraine, New York; D:9001, Aug. 
18, 1906. 36548 

Plot (The) of Scotland Yard. -See Ivory's 
peril. 

Plot (The) revealed; or, Capital and labor 
united, a real drama of life in 5 acts and 2 
spectacular tableaux, by G. W. Dunkle. 

© G. W. Dunkle, Lock Haven, Pa.; 1888: 
20496, July 16. 36549 

Plot (The) that failed; travesty play in 1 act 
and 1 scene, by F. J. Beaman and Clifford F. 
Ivins. [1], 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 4, 1913 ; D : 34626 ; Fred J. Bea- 
man, Washington. 36550 

Plots and playwrights; comedy in 2 pts., by 
Edward Massey [pseud, of G. E. Massey] 
[2], 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1915 ; D : 42428 ; George Ed- 
ward Massey, Cambridge, Mass. 36550a 

Plotted and lost; a melodrama in 3 acts, by 
J. F. Soop. [4], 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© .Jennie F. Soop, Boston; 1890:15416, 
May 9; 2c. June 6. 36551 

Plotters (The); drama in 5 acts, by Max Glass. 
61, [2] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 16, 1911 ; D : 24220 ; Sadey Glass. 
Cincinnati. 36552 

play in 3 acts, by C. Dennett. [3], 48 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1914; D: 36864; Charles 
Griffen Dennett, Indianapolis. 36552a 

by O. W. Stewart. 70 p. 4°. Type- 



written. 

© Ic. July 22, 1915 ; D : 41285 ; Oliver W. 
Stewart, Indianapolis. 36552b 

Plowman (The) of Ayrshire; a draiiia in 4 
acts, by P. E. Bissell. 

© P. E. Bissell, Bedford, O. ; D : 129.")G, May 
11, 1908. 36553 

Plowman (The) of Cahermoyne; a play in 4 
acts, by J. C. Roach and J. A. Knox. 

© James C. Roach and J. Armory Knox. 
New York ; 1884 : 12444, June 19. 36554 



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36555 



COPYKIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36575 



Pluck; ii story of £50,000, an original drama, by- 
Henry Pettitt and Augustus Harris. 

© Eugene Tompkins, Boston; 1882:13632, 
Aug. 18. 36555 

or. The adventures of our commercial 



travelers, a sensational drama in 3 acts and 

prologue, written and composed by D. Marx. 

© David Marx, New York ; 1882 : 6365, Apr. 

21. 36556 

Pluck and luck; a protean sensation drama in 
3 acts and 10 scenes, originally written by J. J. 
McCloskey, adapted by F. Jones. 

© Frank Jones, Now York ; 1879 : 5597. 
Apr. 26; Ic. Apr. 26. 36557 

Pluck brings luck. Sec Kittens. 

Plucking of a rose; a romantic Irisli drama in 
5 acts, by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tempest. 

© IVIr. and Mrs. John L. Tempest, Slienan- 
doah, Pa.; 1898:52414, Sept. 7; 2c. Jan. 4, 
1899. 36558 

Plucky American girl: a 4 act melodrama, by 
W. A. Tulley. [104] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William A. Tullev, Jersey City ; t) : S3.30; 
Apr. 12, 1906; 2c. Api-. 25. 1906. 36559 

Plucky, the v/harf-rat; a 1 act comedy, by A. W. 
Holbrook. 

© Amelia Weed Holbrook, Chicago; 1897: 
51071, Sept. 13. 36560 

Plum-Blossom of Ping-Chow; comedy playlet 
' in 3 scenes, by H. Turberville. [1], 19 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1913 ; D : 34660 ; Henry Turber- 
ville, Washington. 36561 

Plum (A) pudding; a 3 act comedy, by G. M. 
Spence. 43 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© George M. Spence, Chicago ; 1887 : 11355, 
Apr. 28 ; 2c. Sept. 8, 1893. 36562 

Plumbers (The); an eccentric comedv in 4 acts, 
by G. W. Howard and L. C. Tees. 

© George W. Howard and Levin C. Tees,- 
Philadelphia ; 1883 : 23275, Dec. 15. 36563 

[2], 



farce in 1 act, by H. W. G. Plunkett. 

15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 18, 1913 ; D : 34763 ; Harry Wil- 
loughby Grattan Plunkett, New Maiden. Eng- 
land. 36564 

Plume (A) of feathers; comedy in 1 act, by 
Gulielma Penn and R. Fitzjohu. London. 
S. French, ltd. ; New York, S. French, 1912. 

16 p. 12°. ( [French's acting ed. no. 2400] ) 
© Apr. 26, 1912; 2c. Apr. 27, 1912; D: 

29507; Samuel French, ltd., London. 36565 



Plumes (Les) du geai; piece en 4 actes, de J. 
Jullien. 42 p. illus. 8°. [Reprinted from 
Je sais tout] 

© Jean Jullien, Paris ; D : 8828, July 14, 
1906; 2c. July 14, 1906. 36566 

Plumes (Les) du paon; comedie en 3 actes [par] 
A. Bis.son & Berr de Turique. [Paris, Impr. 
de I'lllustration] 1907. 2 p. 1., 82 p, 1 1. 12°. 

© A. Bisson & Berr de Turique, Paris ; D : 
11408, Sept. 25, 1907; 2c. Sept. 25, 1907. 

36567 

Plummer's Ridge; rural picture in 4 scenes, by 
Wilbur Duntley. Boston, The author, 1910. 
23 p. 16°. 

© Jan. 11, 1910; 2c. Feb. 26. 1910; E: 
20300; Wilbur L. Duntley, Boston. 36568 

Plumville (The) refoi-mer; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by C. T. Grant. 

© Charles T. Grant, Boston ; 1900 A : 19989, 
Aug. 10. 36569 

Plunge (A) into matrimony; 1 act sketch, by 
G. A. Weber. 16 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 3, 1914; D : 38397 ; Gustav 
Adolph Weber, Milwaukee. 36569a 

Plunger (The) ; a drama in 5 acts, by D. K. Hig- 
gins. New I'^ork, A. S. Seer's theatrical print, 
1889. 

© Oliver D. Byron, New York ; 1889 : 24095. 
Aug. 6. 36570 

an original play, by A. Smith and E. 

Arden. 

© Arden Smith and Edwin Arden, New 
York; 1888:30856, Oct. 29. 36571 

Plungers (The); a play in 4 acts, by P. H. 
Crocker. [68] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Philip Henry Crocker, Chicago ; D : 14337, 
Nov. 21, 1908; 2c. Dec. 2, 1908. 36572 

Plunkett's Four Corners. See Our Nan. 

Plus (La) amoureuse; piece en 4 actes. [de] 
■ Lucien Besnard. Pai"is, Librairie Moli^re, 
1907. 211 p. 12°. 

© F. Demolv, Paris ; D : 9783. Jan. 12, 1907 ; 
2c. Jan. 24, 1907. 36573 

Plus (Le) beau corps de France; fantaisie raili- 
taire en 2 actes et 5 tableaux, de Trebla et 
Emile Codey, musique nouvelle et arrangee 
par M. Monteux-Brisac. Paris. Librairie the- 
atrale du Nouveau siecle, 1910. 136 p. 12°. 
© Sept. 1. 1911; 2c. Oct. 23, 1911; D: 
25565 ; G. Ondet et M. Viterbo, Paris. 36574 

Plus (Les) beaux jours; comedie en 3 actes, 
par G. A[ntona]-Traversi. traduction de Mile. 
Darsenne. {In Touche a tout. no. 12) 

© Dec. 15, 1910 ; 2c. Jan. 7, 1911 ; D : 23036 ; 
Ar theme Fayard, Paris. 36575 



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36591 



Plus (La) faible; comedie en 4 actes, de M. Pr6- 
vost. 74 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Marcel Prevost. Paris ; D : 4912, Apr. 21, 
1904; 2c. Apr. 21, 1904. 36576 

Plus fort que le mal; essai sur le mal innom- 
able, piece en 4 actes, [de] G. Espe de Metz. 
Paris, A. Maloine, 1907. 232 p. 12°. 

© A. Maloine, Paris ; D : 9288, Oct. 22, 1906 ; 
2c. Oct. 22, 1906. 36577 

Plus (La) forte; pigce en 3 actes. de E. Brieux. 
[Paris, Impr. de I'lllustration] 1909. 1 p. 1.. 
102 p. 12°. 

© Eugene Brieux. Paris ; D : 1G158, June 
25, 1909; 2c. June 25, 1909. 36578 

Plus que reine; drame en 5 actes, et un pro- 
logue, 7 tableaux, [par] Emile Bergerat. 
Paris, P. Ollendorff, 1899. 5 p. 1., 238 p. 
12°. 

© Paul Ollendorff, Paris; 1899:23709, Apr. 
4; 2c. Apr. 4. 36579 

Plutocrat (The); drama in 5 acts, by O. F. 
Schupphaus. New York, A. Lovell & co., 
1892. 103 p. 16°. 

© Otto Frederick Schupphaus, Brooklyn ; 
1891 : 18377, May 19 ; 2c. Mar. 6, 1893. 36580 

■ a drama in 4 acts, by S. Chapman. [50J p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Stella Chapman, New York ; 1894 : 28822, 
.July 10 ; 2c. July 10. 36581 

or, The contingent social, economic and 

industrial crisis, an allegory, a lyric compo- 
sition, by George Lafayette Ayere [pseud, of 
G. A. Lafayette] [112] p. 16°. Printed. 

© George Ayere Lafayette, Kansas City, 
Mo. ; D : 6388, Mar. 9, 1905 ; 2c. Jan. 31, 1905. 

36582 

Plutocrats (The); comic opera-libretto in 3 acts, 
by S. Solomons. 

© Selina Solomons, San Francisco ; 1894 : 
18951, Apr. 12. 36583 

Plutocrats in purgatory; a musical monstrosity 
in 2 acts, by B. Lane. 17 1. f°. Printed. 
[Words only] 

© Brandon Lane, New York ; D : 14157. Oct. 
27, 1908 ; 2c. acts 1, 2, Oct. 27, 1908. 36584 

Pneumatica; blown-up in two bubbles, book by 
E. D. Burrows, lyrics by T. G. Springer. [3]. 
72 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1910 ; D : 22204 ; Thomas Grant 
Springer, Oakland, Cal., and Ethelbert D. 
Burrows, Berkeley, Cal. 36585 

a fantastic blow out in 2 bubbles, book by 



T. G. Springer and Ethelbert Dudley Bur- 
rows, lyrics by T. G. Springer. [91] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1912; D: 29078; Thomas 
Grant Springer, New York. 36586 



Po ukazu tsario; a drama in 4 acts, by A. 
Henniquin [Hennequin] 

© Alfred Henniquin, Ann Arbor; 1890: 
20429, June 24. 36587 

Po' white trash and other one act dramas; by 
Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland, certain of the 
plays being written in collaboration with 
Emma Sheridan Fry and P. W. Mackave. 
Chictigo, H. S. Stone & co., 1900. 5 p. 1., 3-232 
p., 1 1. 12°. 

Contents : At the barricade. — Bit of in- 
struction.— Comedie Royall.— End of the 
way. — Galatea of the toy-shop. — In far Bo- 
hemia. — Po' white trash. — Rohan the silent.— 
Song at the castle. 

© Herbert S. Stone & co., Chicago ; 1900 A : 
19444, Aug. 4 ; 2c. Aug. 4, 1900. 36587a 

Poacher (The); comedy in 1 act, by J. O. Fran- 
cis. [2], 41 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 21, 1914; D: 37085; John Os- 
wald Francis, London. 36587b 

Poacher's (The) daughter; a drama in 4 acts. 

© Claire Scott, New York ; 1888 : 2994, 
Jan. 27. 36588 

Pobre (La) Dolores; sainete Ifrico decostumbres 
madrilenas en 3 cuadros y en verso, original 
de L. Esteso y L6pez de Haro, mGsica del 
maestro Jose Fonrat. Madrid [Sociedad de 
autores espaiioles] 1907. 30 p. 12°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Luis Esteso y L6pez de Haro, Madrid; 
D : 11488, Oct. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 9, 1907. 36589 

Pobre (El) Don Benito; juguete comico en 3 
actos, original de F. Pontes. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles] 1914. 56 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
36529 ; Fernando Pontes, Madrid. 36589a 

Pobre (La) nifia; comodia en 3 actos y en prosa, 
original de C. Arniches. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espaiioles] 1912. 95 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32568 ; 
Carlos Arniches, Madrid. 36590 

Pobrecito (El) Juan. See Palacio triste. 

Pobres (Las) viudas; juguete lirico en 1 acto, 
(lividido en 2 cuadros, original de Julio Pardo 
y Adolfo Sfmchez Carrfire, mdsica de los 
inaestros C. Vela y E. Brli. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1913. 49 p. 12°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32541 ; 
J. Pardo y A. Silnchez Carrgre, Madrid. 

36591 



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36608 



Poca (La) lacha; sainete lirico en 1 acto, di- 
vidido en Scuadros. original de Silvio-Figarelo 
y [Manuel] Gonzalez [de] Lara, mlisica del 
maestro Ubeda. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
espanoles] 1914. 45 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 
© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38208; Silvio-Figarelo y Gonzalez Lara, Ma- 
drid. 36591a 

Poca pena; sainete lirico en 1 acto, dividido en 
3 cuadros, en prosa, original de R. Asensio 
Mas, mlisica de los maestros Torregrosa y 
Alonso. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles] 1912. 42 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© May 24, 1912; 2c. May 13, 1912; D: 
29776 ; Ramon Asencio Mas, Madrid. 36592 

Poca (La) vergiienza; pasatiempo c6mico-polI- 
tico-sicaliptico-cinematografico de actualidad 
en 1 acto, dividido en 6 cuadros, en prosa y 
verso, 'original de S. M. Grants y E. Polo, 
mtisica del maestro Emilio Borras. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1909. 43, [1] 
p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16889 ; Salvador Maria Granes y Ernesto Polo, 
Madrid. 36593 

Pocahontas; by Tecmutha [pseud, of E. O. 
Ropp] Normal, 111., The Universal publishing 
company, 1906. 1 p. 1., [5]-90 p. 12°. 

© Edwin Oliver Ropp, Normal, 111.; D: 
8830, June 7, 1906 ; 2c. July 16, 1906. 36594 

a burlesque operetta in 2 acts, by Welland 

Hendrick. Chicago, T. S. Denison [1886] 
19 p. 12°. ( [Amateur series] ) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1886 : 22871, Oct. 
11 ; 2c. Oct. 15. 36595 



— Same. 

© Welland Hendrick, Nyack, N. Y., as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
5708, Sept. 26, 1914. Original entry, Oct. 11, 
1886, no. 22871. 36595a 

— a comedy of sylvan love and tragedy of a 
broken heart, in 5 acts, by Randolph Keim 
[i. e. De B. R. Keim] 

© De B. Randolph Keim, Washington ; D : 
9711, Dec. 28, 1906. 365^6 

— 'a grand lyric, mimic, aquatic, and pictorial 
spectacle, founded upon the history of Vir- 
ginia, by B. Kiralfy. [2], 16 p. 4°. Tj^e- 
writteu. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; D:9889, 
Jan. 29, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 13, 1907. 36597 

— libretto of opera in 5 acts, by A. E. Robin- 
son and C. W. Robinson. Detroit, Stewart & 
Lowe, 1891. 35 p. 16°. 

© Annie E. Robinson and Charles W. Rob- 
inson, Detroit ; 1891 : 8808, Mar. 9 ; 2c. June 19. 

36598 



Pocahontas — Continued. 

a melodrama in 5 acts, by S. H. M. Byers. 

Stage ed. 91 p. 12°. Printed. 
© S. H. M. Byers, United States; 1875: 

3326, Apr. 5 ; 2c. July 7. 36599 

opera in 3 acts, written and composed by 



W. Patten. 88 p. 8°. Ms. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Dec. 12, 1910 ; D : 22785 ; Willard Pat- 
ten, Minneapolis. 36600 

a play in 1 act, by V. Black. [9] p. f°. 



Typewritten. 

© Violet Black, New York; D:7770, Dec. 
27, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 27, 1905. 36601 

a spectacular play, by W. L. Austin. 15 p. 



f . Typewritten. 

© W. L. Austin, Richmond ; D : 9055, Sept. 
10, 1906 ; 2c. Sept. 10, 1906. 36602 

or, Homestead life in the New "World, 

libretto in 6 acts, by Anna E. Robinson and 
C. W. Robinson. Typewritten. 

© Charles W. Robinson, Detroit; 1893: 
12579, Mar. 11 ; 2c. Mar. 13. 36603 

Pocahontas, the Indian queen; a comic opera 
in 2 acts, words by G. B. Hart, music by A. 
Pauli. Libretto. Raleigh, N. C, Edwards, 
Broughton & co., 1886. 16 p. 16°. 

© A. Pauli and Chas. B. Hart, United 
States ; 1886 : 4001, Feb. 16 ; 2c. Mar. 3. 

36604 

Pocahontas, the Virginia nonpareil; a drama 
of tlie 17th century, by G. F. Viett. 68 p. 4°, 
Typewritten. 

© George Frederic Viett, Norfolk, Va. ; D : 
8938, Aug. 9, 1906 ; 2c. Sept. 2, 1906. 36605 

Pocket (The) See Pockets (The) 

Pocket-book (The) mystery; a drama in 4 acts 
and a prologue, by Dominick Murray and 
C. W. Barry. 

© Charles W. Barry, New York ; 1872 : 8115, 
July 31. 36606 

Pocket (A) edition of the Mikado; a ten 
minute brochure, by R. Reed. 

© Roland Reed, Boston; 1885:22798, Oct. 
31. 36607 

Pocket (The) handkerchief; play in 3 acts, by 
H. Thorn. 129 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 18, 1915; D: 40981; Hallett 
Thorn, New York. 36607a 

Pockets (The); by E. Nice. [12] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Eugene Nice, New York ; D : 10869, June 
5, 1907 ; 2c. June 5, 1907. [Note : copies de- 
posited have title. The pocket] 36608 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36614 



Poco (El) juicio; sainete eu 1 aeto dividido eu 4 
ciiadros, en prosa, original de Luis Linares 
Becerra y Jose Mesa Andres. INIadrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles] 1914. 41 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38258; L. Linares Becerra y J. Mesa Andres, 
Madrid. 36608a 

Pocos (Los) anos; sainete con miisica en 1 acto, 
dividido on 4 cuadros, en prosa, original de 
iliguol Miluira y Ricardo Gouziilez, musica 
de Manuel Penella. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1912. 41 p. 12?. [Libretto 
only] 

© Dec. o, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31588 : 
M. Miliura y K. Gonziilez. Madrid. 36609 

Poder (El) de la impotencia; drama en 3 actos 
y en prosa, por Jose Echegaray, ed. by Aurelio 
Si. Esi)in()sa. Boston. Schoenhof book co.. 
1900. xx, [2], 225 p. front, (port.) 12°. 

© G. Tleuschel, Boston; D : 9222, Oct. 6, 
190G; 2c. Nov. 15, 1906. 36610 

Poderoso caballero; engendro comico en 1 acto, 
dividido eu 2 cuadros, original y escrito en 
prosa por A. Doinfnguez. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1914. 31 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 28, 1914; Ic. Mar. 30, 1914; D: 
30537; Aiitoiuo Donnnguez, Madrid. 36610a 

Podgers' predicament; an acting slcetch in 1 
scene, by L. O. Tees. 

© Levin C. Tees, Philadelphia ; 1899 : 19610. 
Mar. 16; 2c. Apr. 6. 36611 

Pedology (A) party; by F. M. Lafiin. 

© Florence M. Laflin, St. Louis ; D : 15459. 
Mar. 25, 1909. 36612 

Podratsick (Der); or. The Russian Turkish 
war, comical operetta in 4 acts and 7 scenes, 
by A. Goldfaden. 

© A. Goldfaden, New York ; 1888 : 2108. 
Jan. 19. 36613 

Poems; by William Birdsly Benton. Chrysanthe- 
mum ed. and final revision, v. 3. Deposit. 
N. y., W. B. Benton, 1915. 10 p. 12°. 

Dramatic contents : Past and present. — 
Jack and John. 

© Sept. 28. 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Oct. 2, 1915 ; 
A : 410800 ; W. B. Benton. Deposit, N. Y. 

36613a 

lyrical and dramatic, to which is added 

Cromwell, an historical play, by S. K. Wiley. 
New York. G. H. Richmond ; TiOndon, Chap- 
man & Hall, 1900. vii, 214 p. 12°. 

© Sara King Wiley, East Orange, N. J. ; 
1900 A : 3872, Feb. 12 ; 2c. Sept. 20, 1900. 

36613b 



Poems and ballads; by Hermann Hagedorn. 
Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin com- 
pany, 1912. X p., 2 1., 3-133, [1] p., 1 1. 12°. 

Dramatic contents : The last faring. — The 
three false women of Llanlar. 

© Oct. 26, 1912; 2c. Oct. 30, 1912; A: 
327599; H. Hagedorn, Englewood. N. J. 

36613c 

Same. [New ed.] New York, The Macmil- 



lan company, 1913. x, [1], 143, [1] p. 12' 

Dramatic contents : The last faring. — The 
three false women of Llanlar. 

© Oct. 22, 1913; 2c. Oct. 23, 1913; A: 
354896; Macmillan co.. New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new and revised ma- 
terial] 36613d 

Poems- and dramas; by William Sharp. Uni- 
form ed. arr. by Mrs. William Sharp. New 
York, Duffield «& company. 1910. 455 p. 11. 
front, (port.) 12°. (The writings of Fiona 
Macleod, pseud, v. 7) 

Dramatic contents : The Immortal hour. — 
The house of Usna. 

© Oct. 22, 1910; 2c. Oct. 27, 1910; A: 
273939 ; Duffield & co.. New York. 366 13 e 

Poems and plays; by Harry Lorenzo Chapin. 
New York, The Shakespeare press [1915] 259 
p., front, (col. port.) plate (col. port.) 8°. 
Dramatic contents : The royal nurse. — 
Forsaken.— Semeramus. — The eccentric phi- 
losopher. — A white slave. — Aggression won. — 
The love test. 

© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. Dec. 22, 1915 ; 
A : 420028 ; Anna Fries Chapin, Cleveland. 

36613f 

Poems (The) and plays of William Vaughn 
Moody; witli an introduction by John M. 
Manly, v. 1. Poems and poetic dramas. Bos- 
ton and New York, Houghton Mifflin com- 
pany, 1912. xlvi, 448 p. front, (port.) 12°. 
Dramatic contents : The fire-briuger. — 
The masque of judgment. — The death of 
Eve. 

© Nov. 16, 1912; 2c. Nov. 19, 1912; A: 
327890; Harriet C. Moody, Chicago. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new matter and introduc- 
tion] 36613g 

Poesia (La) de la reja; apunte de sainete, origi- 
nal y en prosa, de J. G. Renovales y F. Ga. 
Pacheco. Madrid [Sociedad de autores espa- 
noles] 1914. 20 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40086; Juan G. Renovales y Francisco Ga. 
Pacheco, Madrid. 366 13h 

Poet (The); play in 4 acts, by W. V. Pettit. 
126 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 18, 1911; D : 25782 ; Wm. 
Vaughan Pettit, New York. 36614 



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36630 



Poet (The) — Continued. 

a tragedy in 3 acts, by Gabriel Boudous- 

quie. 
© G. Boudousquie. Tuscaloosa, Ala.; 1898: 

77404, Dec. 31. 36615 

See also Semiramis, and other plays. 



Poet (The) and the lady; by F. R. Cutter. 13 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

■© Frederick Rollin Cutter, Cincinnati ; D : 
12883, May 2, 1908; 2c. May 2, 1908. 36616 

Poet (The) and the queen. See Shakespeare 
(The) wedding festival. 

Poet (The) and the singer. See Deformed 
(The) court singer. 

Poet prince of Shalimar. See Grand Nazar. 

Poet (The) reporter, and maid; a comedy sketch 
in 1 scene, by F. H. Livingstone. 9 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Frank H. Livingstone, Chicago ; D : 10415, 
Apr. 25, 1907; 2c. May 22, 1907. 36617 

Poet (The) with a pull; a 1 act farce, by P. R. 
Kellar. 

© Philip R. Kellar, Chicago ; D : 7400, Oct. 
14, 1905. 36618 

Poeta (El) de la vida; zarzuela en 1 acto y 3 
cuadros, original de A. M. Viergol, mfisica 
del maestro Rafael Calleja. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles] 1910. [3], 43 p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© Oct. 29, 1910 ; 2c. Oct. 31, 1910 ; D : 22438 ; 
Antonio M. Viergol, Madrid. 36619 

Poetaster; by Ben Jonson, and Satiromastix, "by 
Thomas Dekker, ed. by Josiah H. Penniman. 
Boston and London, D. C. Heath & co. [1913] 
Ixx, 456 p. 16°. 

© Apr. 11, 1913; 2c. Apr. 17, 1913; A: 
343920; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 36619a 

Poetical (A) wooing; a comedietta in 1 act and 
in verse, by C. F. Pidgin. 

© Charles F. Pidgin, Boston ; 1S78 : 11294, 
Oct. 1. 36620 

Poetical (The) works of William B. Yeats; 
V. 2. New York, The Macmillan company, 
1907. 524 p. 12°. 

Dramatic contents: The Countess Cath- 
leen.^The land of Heart's Desire. — The 
shadowy waters. — On Baile's Strand. — King's 
threshold. — Deirdre. 

© Macmillan co., New York; A : 181310. 
July 8, 1907 ; 2c. July 8, 1907. 36620a 

Same. Dramatic poems. New and rev. ed. 

New York, The Macmillan company ; London, 
Macmillan & co., ltd., 1912. ix, 533 p. 12°, 

© Aug. 7, 1912; 2c. Aug. 8, 1912; A: 
319308; Macmillan co., New York. 36621 



Poet's (The) club; a farce in 1 act for male 
characters only, by M. N. Beebe. Boston, 
W. H. Baker & co., 1908. 21 p. 12°. 
( [Baker's ed. of plays] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 14080, 
Oct. 17, 1908; 2c. Nov. 7, 1908. 36622 

Poet's (The) daughter; or, The ms., a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by B. Wallston and C. W. 
Butler. [108] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Blanche Wallston and Charles W. But- 
ler, United States; 1882:11891, July 19; 2c 
July 24. 36623 

Poet's (The) dream; drama in 4 acts, by G. 
Iiucas. [41] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 12, 1911 ; D : 23927 ; Geo. Lucas, 
Passaic, N. J. 36624 

Poet's (The) eye; play in 3 acts, by E. Knob- 
lauch. [117] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1915; D: 40710; Edward 
Knoblauch. London. 36624a 

Poet's (A) life. See Julien. 

Poet's (The) love afEair; by J. B. Larric. 14 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© J. Burnett Larric, New York ; D : 14651, 
Dec. 19, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1908. 36625 

Poet's (A) loves; a play in 5 acts, by E. C. 
Hardy. [65] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Evelina Cooke Hardy, New York; D: 
6267, Feb. 28, 1905 ; 2c. Mar. 30, 1905. 36626 



Poet's (The) nightmare. 



See Aurora Borealis. 
Sherwood. 9 p. f°. 



Poet's (A) plight; by A 
Typewritten. 

© Anita Sherwood, Los Angeles ; D : 3175, 
Mar. 23, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 23, 1903. 36627 

Poggles; or. Traveling acquaintances, a com- 
edy drama in 4 acts, by G. P. and M. Has- 
brouck. 

© George P. Hasbrouck and Mary Has- 



brouck, New York ; 1889 : 2711, Jan. 22. 



36628 



Poia; grosse oper in. 3 akten, text von Ran- 
dolph Hartley nach den von Walter McClintock 
gesammelten Indianer-legenden, ins Deutsche 
iibertragen von Eugenie von Huhn, musik 
von Arthur Neviu. Berlin, A. Fiirstner, 1909. 
45 p. 16°. [Libretto only] 

© Oct. 26, 1909; 2c. Nov. 10, 1909; D: 
17319 ; Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 36629 

Poids (Le) du remords (The burden of re- 
morse); a drama in 6 tableaux, by H. Demene. 
[93] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Henri Demene, Paris ; D : 5124, June 3, 
1904 ; 2c. June 3, 1904. 36630 

Point de lendemain. See Theatre complet; 
[de] Paul Hervieu. 



1841 



36631 



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36652 



Point (A) in law; by J. H. Beutliam. 8 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© John H. Bentham, Grand Rapids, Mich. ; 
D : 6079, Jan. 14, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 31, 1904 ; Ic. 
Feb. 6, 1905. 36631 

Point lace and diamonds; a comedy, by A. S. 
Crafts. 

© Aunetta S. Crafts, Austin, 111.; 1893: 
41573, Sept. 14. 36632 

Point of honor; comedy in 3 acts, by C. Gott. 
62 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 7, 1910 ; D : 20737 ; Charles Gott, 
Arlington, Mass. 36633 

— — a comedy in 2 acts, by- Helen Kane. Bos- 



ton, W. H. Balder & co., 1906. 25 p. 12°. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 9068, 
Sept. 12, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 16, 1906. 36634 

-drama, by W. Bronson. 

© Walter Bronson, New Yorlj ; 1884 : 23110, 
Nov. 18. 36635 

a play in 4 acts, by N. Mayer. Hartford, 



Conn., The Case, Lockwood & Brainard co. 
1884. 54 p. 16°. 

© Nathan Mayer, Hartford : 1884 : 13351, 
.Tuly 1 ; 2c. Aug. 21, 1888. 36636 

Point (A) of law. See Worth of a woman. 

Point (The) of life; a play in 3 acts, by A. J. 
Burr. Englewood, N. J., The Hillside press, 
1907. 3 p.l, 6-88, [1] p., 1 1. 8°. 

© Amelia J. Burr, Englewood, N. J. ; D : 
9838, Jan. 7, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 28, 1907. 36637 

Point (The) of view; a comedy sketch, by Bell 
Elliott Palmer. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 
1906. 6 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D:7802, 
Jan. 2, 1906 ; 2c. Jan. 10, 1906. 36638 

-a play in 4 acts, by E. Ellis. 

© Edith p:ilis, Chicago; 1900 A : 3247, Feb. 
5. 36639 

by F. Bruegger. [136] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 20, 1912 ; D : 29436 ; Frederick 
Bruegger, Chicago. 36640 

a play in 1 act, by Alice I. Dunn. 9 p. f °. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1912 ; D : 30932 ; Mrs. Fran- 
cis A. Dunn, Brooklyn. 36641 

— vaudeville act in 1 scene, by W. Montague. 
12 p. f°. Tj-pewritten. 

© Feb. 20, 1910; 2c. Feb. 26, 1910; E: 
20302 ; Walter Montague, San Francisco. 

36642 



Poire (La); comedie en 4 actes, par L. Artus. 
Paris, Librairie th^atrale, 1900. 3 p. 1., 187 
p. 12°. 

© Louis Artus, France ; 1900 A : 702, Jan. 
8; 2c. Jan. 8. 36643 

Poison; a farce. Boston, G. M. Baker and com- 
pany, 1882. 22 p. 12°. ( [Globe drama] ) 

© George M. Baker, Boston; 1882:6049, 
Apr. 17 ; 2c. Apr. 25. 36644 

a farce in 1 scene for 4 females, adapted 

by Marguerite Morton. New York, E. S. Wer- 
ner, 1895. 7, [1] p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York ; 1894 : 51218, 
Nov. 2 ; 2c. Nov. 19. 36645 

or, Teddy Brady's victories, an original 



sensational drama in 4 acts, by J. A. Mack. 

© John A. Mack, New York; 1872:9010, 
Aug. 22. 36646 

Poison (The) mong-er; play in 1 act, by O. T. 
Johnsone. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19, 1915; D: 40990; Otto T. 
.Tohnsone, Brooklyn. 36646a 

Poison (The) of paradise; a monologue plav, by 
W. de Wagstaffe. 

© W. de Wagstaffe, New York ; 1896 : 7629, 
Jan. 31. 36647 

Poison (The) pen; play in 1 act, by J. W. Dick. 
[1], 6 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 14, 1914 ; D : 36416 ; John Wesley 
Dick, New York. 36647a 

Poisoned; a play in 4 acts, by F. Dawson. 

© Forbes Dawson, England ; 1897 : 56647, 
Oct. 7. 36648 

Poisoned (The) chalice; a romantic drama of 
American life in 5 acts, by A. W. Hammond. 
Washington, The author, 1897. 94 p. 16°. 

© Andrew Wm. Hammond, New York ; 
1897 : 29008, May 12 ; 2c. July 28. 36649 

Poisoned (The) dagger; by J. Kennedy. 

© James Kennedy, New York ; D : 2795, 
Dec. 31, 1902. 36650 

Poisoned (The) needle; play in 1 act, by F. S. 
Clark. [1], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1914; D: 39050; F. Sher- 
wood Clark, Brooklyn. 36650a 

Poisoner (The); an Italian's love, a Russian's 
hate, a Russian drama in 6 tableaux, by Geo. 
H. Mar.sh. [68] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© G. Harrison Marsh, Boston ; 1889 : 22864, 
July 25; 2c. July 25. 36651 

— ■ — play in 4 acts, tr. and adapted by C. Miner. 
[162] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 30, 1912; D: 28488; Craiu 
Miner, New York. 36652 



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36653 



copyeightp:d in the united states 



36669 



Poisson (Le) rouge; comedie gaie en 1 acte, de 
Jean S6ry [pseud, de Mme. H. Dangeville] 
Paris, Mme. Dangeville, 1911. 31 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 25, 1911 ; 2c. Feb. 20, 1913 ; D : 
23401; Joubert, Paris. 36653 

.Pokahantos; a comic opera, by J. W. Hamby. 

© J. W. Hamby, Cleveland; 1892:13718, 

Mar. 28. 36654 

Pokahontas. See Gesammelte werke; von 
Detlev von Liliencron. 

Pokahuntas; play in 4 acts, by G. V. Tyler and 
M. Saher. [3], 69 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1910 ; D : 21763 ; G. Vere Tyler 
and Max Saher, Bensonhurst, N. Y. 36655 

Poker; schwank in 3 akten. von Alexander 
Engel und Julius Horst. Wien, Verlag von 
Otto Eirich, 1914. 78 p. 12°. 

© Ic. May 4, 1914 ; D : 36919 ; Otto Eirich. 
Vienna. 36655a 

Poker ballet; by G. P. Metzger. 5 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© le. Nov. 10, 1909; D: 17396; George P. 
Metzger, Stamford, Conn. 36656 

Poketa, the forest flower; Indian operetta in 
3 acts, by T. A. Metz. 

© Theo. A. Metz, Stamford, Conn. ; D : 
8226, Mar. 24, 1906. 36657 

Poketa, the wild flower. See Zingaras (The) 

Pokey ville (The) rally; drama of 1 scene and 
2 acts, by H. Gaylord, L. R. and C. A. Sanders. 
Canton, 111., S. S. G. entertainment co.. 1911. 
cover title, 21 numb. 1. 8°. 

© Nov. 14, 1911; 2c. Nov. 9, 1911; D: 
25806 ; Helen Gaylord, Luzetta R. and Cora A. 
Sanders, Canton, 111. 36658 

Polar (The) bear; an Ethiopian farce in 1 scene, 
by Frank Dumont. New York, R. M. De 
Witt, 1876. 8 p. 12°. ([De Witt's Ethi- 
opian and comic drama, no. 92] ) 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1876: 
7988, July 3; 2c. July 26. 36659 

Polar (The) expedition, Captain Barnacle in 
command; a burlesque, by W. Cotter. 

© William Cotter, Philadelphia; 1894: 
29523, July 14. 36660 

Polar (A) pearl; an extravaganza in 2 acts, by 
M. E. Swan. 39 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Mark E. Swan, New York ; D : 8602, May 
28, 1906; 2c. May 28, 1906. 36661 

Polar predicament; dramatic sketch in 1 act, 
by E. Emerson. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1909 ; D : 17040 ; Edwin Emer- 
son. New York. 36662 



Polaris; or, Lost among the floes, an original 

sensational drama in 3 acts, by D. B. Kelly. 

© D. Benson Kelly, Washington; 1873: 

9653, Aug. 28. 36663 

Pole (The) discoverer; by S. L. Loeb. 8 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 3, 1911; D : 24631 ; S. L. Loeb, 
Los Angeles. 36664 

Poleaxis; or, A balloon trip to the North Pole 
of a Yankee. 3 p. f°. Typewritten. [Synop- 
sis] 

© Katherine E. Chesnut and Charles A. 
de Lima, New York ; D : 12910, Apr. 17, 1908 ; 
2c. Apr. 13, 1908. 36665 

Polenblut; operette in 3 bildern, von Leo Stein 
[pseud, of Leo Rosenstein] musik von Oskar 
Nedbal. Soufflier-undregiebuch. Leipzig, Lud- 
wig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) 1913. 
163 p. illus. & diagrs. 8°. 

© Ic. June 1. 1914; D : 37273 ; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

36665a 



Same. Text der gesange. Leipzig. Lud- 
wig Doblinger, 1913. 45 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 31, 1913 ; Ic. Apr. 23, 1914 ; D : 36798 ; 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. 36665b 

Poleon; musical comedy in 3 acts, by A. Ver- 
court and J. Bever, music by Willy Redstone. 
95 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1910 ; D : 20508 ; Alfred Ver- 
court and Jean Bever. Paris. 36666 

Police; play for vaudeville in 1 act, by T. Whif- 
fen. [1], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 30, 1912; D : 30706 ; Thomas 
Whiffen, New York. 36667 

story of the underworld in 1 act and 2 

scenes, by J. L. Withers. [2], 8 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Jan. 14, 1914; D : 35652 ; .Joseph 
LaAvrence Withers, Chicago. 36667a 

Police (The) court; an Ethiopian act in 1 scene, 
arr, by George H. Coes. Boston, W. H. 
Baker & co., 1895. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1895: 
24696, May 4; 2c. July 5. 36668 

Police (A) court scene; by C. V. Fish. 

© C. Van W. Fish, Cleveland ; 1885 : 19869. 
Sept. 21. 36669 

Police (The) matron; melodrama in 1 act, by 
M. Hight and C. C Glick. 21 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 28, 1915; D: 40794; Carl Can- 
non Glick, Evanston, 111., and Mary Hight. 
Chicago. 36669a 



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36689 



Police (The) patrol; an original melodrama in 
4 acts, by S. Marble. [109] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Scott Marble, Philadelphia ; 1892 : 20449, 
May 13; [2c. entitled The patrol reed. Nov. 
16,1891] 36670 

Police (The) reporter; dramatic playlet in 1 act, 
by James H. Gregory. [2], 13 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© ic. Aug. 3, 1914; D: 37719; Daniel 
Leighton, New York. 36670a 

play in 3 acts, by M. Levine. 26 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1914; D: 38963; Moses Le- 
vine, Cleveland. 36670b 

Policeman's (The) dream; play in 1 act, by 
W. F. Williams. 4 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 15, 1913 ; D : 34863 ; Warwick F. 
Williams, New York. 36671 

Policewoman no. 65; comedy sketch, by John T. 
Doyle. [2], 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 15, 1914 ; D : 37583 ; Marion Wil- 
lard Doyle, Allston, Mass. 36671a 

Poliche; pi^ce en 4 actes, par Henry Bataille. 
[Paris, Impr. de I'lllustration] 1907. 2 p. 1., 
88 p. 8°. 

© H. Bataille, Paris; D:9802, Jan. 17, 
1907 ; 2c. Jan. 17, 1907. 36672 

Polichinelles (I^es); pi^ce en 4 actes, tiree du 
manuscrit de Henry Becque, par H. de Nous- 
sanne. 40 p. 4°. (L'lUustration tlieatrale, 
no. 161. 15 octobre 1910) 

© Oct. 15, 1910; 2c. Nov. 18, 1910; D: 
22587 ; Henri de Noussanne, Paris. 36673 

reproduction integrale du manuscrit, de 

Henry Becque. 32 p. 4°. (L'lUustration 
th§atrale, no. 160, 8 octobre 1910) 

© Oct. 8, 1910 ; 2c. Oct. 29, 1910 ; D : 22410 ; 
Barthelemy Robaglia, Paris. 36674 

Policy 473; by A. C. Lust. 166 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Adelina C. Lust, Chicago ; D : 8046, Feb. 
23, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 23, 1906. 36675 

Policy (A) gam.e. See Homeward bound. 

Policy (The) of the house; play in 3 acts, by 
H.F.Miller. [3], 73 p. 4\ Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1912; D: 31324; Helena 
Franklin Miller, Hartford. 36676 

Policy (The) players. Typewritten. 

© Williams & Walker, New York; 1899: 
67042, Oct. 16; 2c. Oct. 16. 36677 

in 2 or 3 acts, by Williams and Walker. 

© Williams and Walker, New York ; 1899 : 
35169, May 25. 36678 



Policy (A) shop; in 2 or 3 acts, by Williams and 
Walker. 

© Williams and Walker, New York; 1899: 
35168, May 25. 36679 

Policy (The) winners; in 2 or 3 acts, by Wil- 
liams and Walker. 

© Williams and Walker, New York ; 1899 : 
35170, May 25. 36680 

Polish (The) Jew. See Bells (The) 

Polish (The) wedding; play in 3 acts, by B. 
Thomashefsky. 

81 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1914; D : 38952 ; Boris 
Thomashefskj^ New York. 36680a 

Polished (The) villain; a protean comedy and 
melodramatic sketch, by Charles Horwitz. 8 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Alice May Owen, New York ; D : 9153, 
Sept. 22, 1906; 2c. Sept. 22, 1906. 36681 

Politic (The) Mr. Barnes; farce in 3 acts, by 
M. B. Long. 304 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 23, 1911; D : 25571 ; Maxwell 
Budd Long, Cincinnati. 36682 

Political (The) auction; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
A. L. Pearson. 

© A. L. Pearson, Pittsburgh; 1883:23568, 
Dec. 19. 36683 

Political (The) boss. 

© Malconie W. Eason, New York ; D : 6943, 
July 10, 1905. 36684 

drama in 1 act, by S. E. Smyth. 15 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 30, 1910; D: 21911; Sam E. 
Smyth, Omaha, Neb. 36685 

1 act comef]^- drama playlet, by L. Keene. 



28 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 8, 1913; D: 33738; Lorraine 
Keene, Bloomington, 111. 36686 

Political (The) campaign. See On the fence. 

Political (The) coppersmith; tr. and adapted 
by L. P. Nelson. 

© Lars P. Nelson, Chicago; 1893:34008, 
July 20. 36687 

Political (The) editor; comedy of newspaper 
and political life, by Charles Ulrich. Chi- 
cago, T. S. Denison & co. [1912] 19 p. 12". 
© Julv 5, 1912 ; 2c. July 8, 1912 ; D : 30197 ; 
Eben H. Norris, Chicago. 36688 

Political influence; a farcical comedy in 2 acts, 
by T. H. Wright. 

© Thomas H. Wright, Bellefontaine, O. ; 
1879 : 17230, Dec. 22. 36689 



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36690 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36714 



Political (A) nightmare; burlesque on Ameri- 
can politics, interspersed with historical tab- 
lea ux, by G.. T.Mold. Typewritten. [Scenario] 
© Geori?e J. Mold, Wichita; 1891:31703, 
Sept. 7 ; 2e. Sept. 15. 36690 

Political parody; by B. Niemeyer. [4] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1910; D: 22340; Bernhardt 
Niemeyer, Washington. 36691 

Political (A) picnic; play in 1 act, by M. Cole 
Gould. 17 p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. June 28, 1913 ; D : 33649 ; Maude Cole 
Gould, San Francisco. 36692 

Political (A) plot; a play in 4 acts, by A. Lew- 
lits. 

© A. Lewlits, Brooklyn ; D : 1569, Mar. 13, 
1902. 36693 

or. The widow of Monte Carlo, a play in 

4 acts, by L. J. L. Stilwell. 71 1., front., pis. 
4°. Printed. 

© Laura Jean Libbey Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 1687, Apr. 4, 1902 ; 2c. May 12, 1902. 

36694 

— — Same. 

© Laura Jean Libbey Stilwell, United 
States; D : 1815. May 1, 1902. [For copies 
reed, see D : 1687] 36695 

Political (The) pot; comedy-drama in 3 acts, 

by B. I. Gilbert. [72] p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 27, 1912; D : 31809 ; Edward 

Irvin Gilbert, Dallas. 36696 

Political protege; play in 4 acts, by B. W. 
Langsdale. [3], 138 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 8, 1912 ; D : 29616 ; B. W. Langs- 
dale, Kansas City, Mo. 36697 

Political (A) pull. 11 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© John H. Conroy and Charles M. Mc- 
Donald, New York ; D : 1774, Apr. 23, 1902 ; 2c. 
May 13, 1902. 36698 

— a comedietta in 1 act, by J. J. Jackson. 
Boston, AV. H. Baker & co., 1900. 20 p. 12°. 
(Baker's edition of plays) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; 1900 A : 
1038, Jan. 11; 2c. May 5. 36699 

a comedy in 1 act, by J. N. Conroy and 



C. M. McDonald 

© John N. Conroy and Chas. M. McDonald, 
New York ; D : 1887, May 13, 1902. 36700 

Political (A) scandal; a comedy, by J. Bickel. 
[10] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph Bickel, New York; D : 15670, 
Apr. 20, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 20, 1909. 36701 

a play in 4 acts, by A. Lewlits. 

© A. Lewlits, Brooklyn; D:1568, Mar. 13, 
1902. 36702 

3 



Political sirens; a chimerical effusion on the 
feasible possibilities which woman may at- 
tain a hundred vears hence, book and music 
by W. D. Hall. 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© William Davis Hall, Philadelphia; D: 
1716, Apr. 9. 1902 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1902. 36703 

Political (The) situation in 1984; a comedy in 
3 acts, by H. M. White. [75] p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© H. Montgomery White, New York ; 1884 : 
3487, Feb. 18 ; 2c. Feb. 28. 36704 

Political (The) situation in the year 1984; 
an original comedy, by H. M. White. 

© H. Montgomery White, New York ; 1884 : 
3945, Feb. 25; 2c. Feb. 28. 36705 

Political (A) soldier; comedy in 3 acts, by B. L. 
Taylor and E. A. Morris. 

© Bert Leston Taylor and Ed. A. Morris, 
Duluth, Minn.; 1899:8734, Jan. 28. 36706 

Political tinker. See Comedies by Holberg. 

Political whirl; 4 act drama, by G. R. Coates 

and P. Brouillette. 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© ic. Mar. 19, 1910 ; D : 20522 ; Peter 

Brouillette and Guy R. Coates, Sioux City, 

la. 36707 

Political (A) woman; an original American 
comedy in 4 acts, by H. H. Meyers. 

© Howard Henry Meyers, New York ; 1891 : 
40358, Nov. 10. 36708 

Politician (The); an American comedy in 3 
acts, by R. M. Sperry. [41] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Robert M. Sperry, Bridgeport, Conn. ; D : 
8511, May 9, 1906; Ic. June 11, 1906. 36709 

drama in 3 acts, by A. S. Kronold. 

© Adolph S. Kronold, New York ; D : 4.529, 
.Tan. 20, 1904. 36710 

• an original comedy in 3 acts, by S. Howell. 

© S. Howell, New * Orleans ; 1875 : 3324, 



Apr. 5. 



36711 



— political comedy drama in 4 acts, by W. H. 
Carson. [2], 81 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 14, 1910; D: 22551; William H. 
Carson, New York. 36712 

— -a satirical, farcical comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. and P. Pinkney. 

© Harrv Pinknev and Phillip Pinkney, 
Boston; 1890:22543. July 15. 36713 

— or The Irish alderman, a farce comedy 
in 3 acts, by L. R. Ford. [102] p. 4^ Type- 
written. 

© Luke R. Ford, Kingston, N. C. ; 1890: 
24457, Aug. 6 ; 2c. Aug. 6. 36714 



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36731 



Politician (The) and the ideal citizen; comedy 
in 1 act, by P. Rafferty and P. Jaffie. [1], 
5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1914 ; D : 38687 ; Patrick Raf- 
ferty and Phil Jaffie, Chicago, 36714a 

Politicians (The); comedy in 4 acts, by Frank 
G. Lay ton (Stephen Andrew) London, Sidg- 
wlck & Jackson, ltd. [1913] [4], 102 p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 15, 1913; 2c. Nov. 1, 1913; D: 
34908; Sidgwick & Jackson, ltd., London. 

36715 



— a play in 3 acts, by A. Hoffman. 148 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Aaron Hoffman, New York; D: 14433, 
Dec. 2, 1908; 2c. Dec. 2, 1908. 36716 



Politician's (A) breakfast, 
the kitchen. 



See Row (A) in 



22 



Politician's (The) dream; by A. M. Merrill, 
p. obi. 16°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Merton Merrill, San Francisco; 
D : 102, Feb. 1, 1901 ; 2c. Feb. 2, 1901. 36717 

Politician's (The) hat pin; book and lyrics of 
a musical play in 3 acts, by A. N. 0, Fowler. 
[2], 69 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1911; D: 23418; A. N. C. 
Fowler, Glens Falls, N. Y. 36718 

Politics; an American play in 4 acts, by E. W. 
Kirby and A. Murnane. [76] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Edmund W. Kirby and Allan Murnane, 
Philadelphia; D: 13192, June 15, 1908; 2c. 
June 15, 1908. 36719 

E. 



-^—comedy sidewalk conversation, by T. 
Owsley. [7] p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1915; D: 42092; Tim Em- 
manuel Owsley, Indianapolis. 36719a 

— a comic opera libretto in 3 acts, by J. D. 



Farrell. 

© John D. Farrell, Chicago; 1899:26684, 
Apr. 17. 36720 

— musical morality drama, by M. B. Taylor. 
14 p. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Apr. 7, 1913; D: 32866; Maude Be- 
atrice Taylor, Washington. 36721 

or. Our constituency, a drama in 3 acts. 



by G. S. Dwyer. 

© George S. Dwyer, New York ; 1875 : 9961, 
Sept. 28. 36722 

or, The growler, a play in 4 acts, by J. B. 



Runnion. 

© James B. Runnion, Chicago ; 1878 : 546, 
Jan. 10. 36723 

— See also Our aldermen. 



Tyng, 



Politics and love; a play in 3 acts, by M, Sal- 
monsen. 

© M. Salmonsen, Chicago ; 1899 : 35097, May 
25. 36724 

Politics and petticoats; by Oliver White. 12 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. -July 14, 1909; D: 1623*5; Augustus 
Neville, Chicago. 36725 

Politics of Elizabeth; comedy in 4 acts, by 
S. T. Tyng. 144 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Oct. 7, 1909; D: 17038; Sewell T. 
New York. 36726 

Politik und liebe; lustspiel in 4 akten, von C. 
Brisker. Loeben, Alfred Riedel, 1913. 77 p. 
12°. 

© Ic. Dec. 30, 1913 ; D : 35495 ; Carl Brisker, 
Loeben, Austria. 36726a 

Politika a nehody Pana Pfihody. See Kupec 
a basnik. 

Politische ranke: deutsch-amerikanisches volks- 
stuck in 4 akten, von H. Ellermann. Apple- 
ton, WMs., Im selbstverlag des verfassers, 1894. 
85 p. 8°. 

© Hermann Ellermann, Appleton, Wis. ; 
1894 : 49937, Oct. 26 ; 2c. Dec. 17. 36727 

Politiske rovere; eller, Hvor Bavid kj0bte 
ollet, Ivstspil med sange i 3 akter, af E. Lars- 
sen. Chicago, 1885. 132 p. 16°. 

© Edward Larssen, United States; 1885: 
9741, Apr. 28 ; 2c. June 17. 36728 

Poliuto. Sec Martiri (I) 

Pollin picks a wife; play in 1 act, by Ward 
Macaulev. Philadelphia, Penn publishing com- 
pany, 1915. 25 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 16, 1915; 2c. Feb. 18, 1915; D: 
,39722 ; Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 36728a 

Pollitas (Las) alegres; entremgs en prosa, origi- 
nal de A. Sanchez Carr&re, mfisica de Mo- 
desto Romero. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
espanoles] 1914. 17 p. 12°. [Words only] 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17. 1915; D: 
40063 Adolfo Sanchez Carr^re, Madrid. 

36728b 

Polly; comedy drama in 3 acts, by H. B. White. 
59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1910 ; D : 20578 ; Helena Bal- 
lard White, Seattle. 36729 



— comedy in 3 acts, by C. T. Stewart. [75] 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 6, 1911 ; D : 24645 ; Caroline Tay- 
lor Stewart, Columbus, Mo. 36730 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by F. G. Dus- 



soulas. 

© Frederick G. Dussoulas, Philadelphia; 
1891 : 6203, Feb. 14. 36731 



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36749 



Polly — Continued. 

play in 4 acts, by J. S. Frank. [1], 91 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 21, 1914; D : 37095 ; Joseph S. 
Frank, New York. 36731a 

Polly and the spy; a military drama in 1 act, 
by A. W. Stace. 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur W. Stace, Grand Rapids, Mich. ; 
D : 9932, Feb. 9, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 1907. 36732 

See also, Fall (The) of '64. 

Polly Ann's fortune; musical sketch in 1 act, 
for two men, words by W. W. Wyckoff. 10 p. 
f°. Typewritten. [Woi'ds only] 

© Ic. Mar. 25, 1910; D : 205S1 ; W. W. 
Wyckoff, New York. 36733 

Polly at the wheel; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 
R. )\^ Byerly. 

© Robert Wayne Byerly, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
D : 15S64, May 15, 1909. 36734 

Polly Brent; drama in 3 acts, by M. F. Morse. 
[5], 192 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 12, 1913; D : 34405 ; Margaret 
Fessenden Morse, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

36735 

Polly-girl; drama in 3 acts, by C. Clark. 141 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 23, 1913 ; D : 32046 ; Clara Clark, 
San Francisco. 36736 

Polly in politics; comedy in 3 acts, by Thomas 
Littlefield Marble. Philadelphia, Fenn pub- 
lishing company, 1911. 49 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 12, 1911; 2c. Sept. 13, 1911; D: 
25212 ; Penn pub. cc, Philadelphia. 36737 

Polly Middles; a fantastic operetta in 2 acts, 
by A. C. Gunter, music by W. W. Lowitz. 

© Archibald C. Gunter, New York; 1892: 
12392, Mar. 21. 36738 

Polly of the circus; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Mayo. [106] p. 4*. Typewritten. 

© Margaret Mayo, New York ; D : 11215, 
Aug. 22, 1907 ; 2c. Sept. 3, 1907. 36739 

Polly of the Follies; musical comedy in 2 acts, 
by Billie Burke. [2], 49 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. July 8, 1912; D: 30203; William 

Francis Burke, New York. 36740 

Polly Pecksniff and the actor; a 1 act dramatic 

composition, by F. J. Beaman. 12 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich. ; D : 
7724, Dec. 15, 1905 ; 2c. Dec. 15, 1905. 36741 
Polly Perkins of the U. S. A.; play in 3 acts, 
by R. M. Woodward. [50] p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Apr. 16, 1915; D: 40375; Ruth M. 
Woodward, New York. 36741a 



Polly Pickle's pets; a musical comedy in 1 act, 
by Joseph Hart. 7 p. 4°, Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© J. Hart, New York; D:9528, Nov. 27. 
1906 ; 2c. Nov. 27, 1906. 36742 

Polly pie; or, The Mormon bill, burlesque 
opera, by F. Eversman, jr. 

© Fred Eversman, jr., Baltimore; 1884: 
22727, Nov. 13. 36743 

Polly, the pet of the regiment; an original 
comic opera in 2 acts and 3 tableaux, writ- 
ten by J. Mortimer, composed by Edward 
Solomon. London, E. Ascherberg & co., 1884. 
25 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© James Mortimer, United States; 1884: 
18638, Sept. 15; 2c. Oct. 27. 36744 



See Pollyanna, the 



PoUyanna, the glad book, 
glad girl. 

Pollyanna, the glad girl; 4 act comedy, by Cath- 
erine Chisholm Cushing, founded upon- Polly- 
anna, the glad book, by Eleanor H. Porter. 
New York, Klaw & Erlanger, 1915. 176 p. 
12°. 

© Aug. 21, 1915; 2c. Aug. 27, 1915; D: 
41579 ; Marc Klaw and Abraham L. Erlanger, 
New York. 36744a 

Polly's burglar; or. And they married, farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. MacEwen. 115 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 9, 1911; D: 24170; John Mac- 
Ewen, New York. 36745 

Polly's fairy; play in 1 act, by A. L. Toel. 25 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 2, 1915; D : 402-52 ; Adelina L. 
Toel, New York. 36745a 

Polly's frame-up; farce in 1 act, by E. Os- 
good. [1], 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1914; D: 36670; Erastus 
Osgood, Quincy, Mass. 36745b 

Polly's husband; character sketch, by A. Ij. 
Price. 9 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1910; D: 20280; Arthur L. 
Price, Los Angeles. 36746 

Polly's Jack; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. Belasco. 

© David Belasco, New York; 1896:67080. 
Dec. 9. 36747 

Polly's papa; a 3 act farce comedy, by William 
A. Tulley. 38 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© W. A. Tulley, St. Louis; D:5675, Oct. 
24, 1904; 2c. Nov. 15, 1904. 36748 

Polly's picture; by Harry Newton and Nellie 
Smith Revell. 10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Craig Roylston, Chicago ; D : 1844, May 
7, 1902; 2c. May 7, 1902. 36749 



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36750 



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36766 



Polly's surprise party. Sec Original mono- 
logues and sketches. 

Polly's troubles; or. A servant girl's mishaps, 
farce comedy playlet in 1 act, by EUsley, Ottke 
and Ellsley. [2], 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 10, 1913; D : 33189 ; Ellsley, 
Ottke and Ellsley. Chicago. 36750 

Polnische wirtschaft; schwank in 3 akten, von 
C Kraatz und G. Okonkow.ski. Berlin, Ver- 
triebsstelle des Verba ndes deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller. g. m. b. h., 1910. 94 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 20, 1910 ; 2c. Feb. 7, 1910 ; D : 20121 ; 
Curt Kraatz, Wiesbaden, Germany, and 
Georg Okonkowski, Berlin. 36751 

vaudeville posse in 3 akten, mit gesang, von 

C. Kraatz und G. Okonkowski, gesangstexte 
von Alfrefl Schonfeld, nnisik von Jean Gil- 
bert [pseud, of Max Winterfeld] Berlin, Ver- 
triebsstelle des Verbandes deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller, g. m. b. h., 1910. 88 p. 12°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Feb. 17, 1911 ; D : 23372 ; Curt Kraatz 
and Georg Okonkowski, Berlin. 36752 

Polskie skauty; odzew sceniczny w dwu odslo- 
nach, napisal dla dziatwy polskiej w Ameryce, 
Karol Wachtel. Chicago, Przvjaciela dzieci 
i mlodzie^y, 1913. 84 p. 12°. 

© Apr. 14, 1913; 2c. Apr. 16, 1913; D: 
33051; Felix Ladon, Chicago. 36753 

Polvorilla el corneta. See Chiquita y bonita. 

Polyeucte. See Cid (Le). — Continental drama. 

Polyeucte, a martyr; a Christian tragedy, by 
Pierre Corneille, tr. into English verse by 
G. Renauld. 

© Charles Renauld, New York; 1898: 
74685, Dec. 21 ; 2c. Dec. 21. 36.754 

Polygamist (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by D. S. 
Foster. [1], 26 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© David S. Foster, Utica, N. Y. ; 1890: 
22272. July 12 ; Ic. .July 12. 36755 

an opera in 3 acts and 4 scenes, libretto by 



Charles Gropp-Reade. 40 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Libretto only] 

© Charles A. Reade. Chicago; D: 5073, Mav 
25, 1904; 2c. May 25, 1004. 36756 

Polygamy; play in 4 acts, by H. O'Higgins and 
H. Ford. 82 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© 1(?. Mar. 9, 1915; D: 39916; Harvey 
O'Higgins. Martinsville, N. J. and Harriet 
Ford, New York. 36756a 

• or. The seven ages of two Micks, an in- 
sane dramatic conceit in several acts and 
scenes, by R. G. Morris. 

© Robert Griffin Morris, New York; 1882: 
199G3. Nov. 24. 36757 



Polygamy — Continued. 

or. Two wives and one love, an original 

emotional play in 5 acts, by H. F. Stone. 

© Henry F. Stone. San FrancLsco; 1876: 
427. .Tan. 10. 36758 

Polypheme victorieux; drame antique en \m 
prologue et 1 acte, en vers, de J. Hebertot. 10 
p. 4°. (Supplement gratuit au no. 2902 du 
Monde illustre, 9 novembre 1912) 

© Nov. 9. 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 7, 1912 ; D : 31612 ; 
•Jacques Hebertot, Paris. 36759 

Polyphemos. See Odyssee (Die) 

Polyxena; a tragedy, by W. R. Smith. 

© William R. Smith, Tuscaloosa, Ala. ; 
1879 : 2598, Feb. 24. 36760 

Pom-pom; play in 3 acts, book and lyrics, by 
Anne Caldwell [i. e. A. C. O'Dea] from the 
Hungarian. [115] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 22, 1915; D : 42549 ; Henry W. 
Savage, New York. 36760a 

Pomme d'Api; Parisian episode, music by 
Jacques Offenbach. English adaptation Uy Ma- 
rie de Laneaux [pseud, of M. B. Stearns] 
[1], 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Nov. 29, 1915; I): 42366; May Bar- 
low Stearns, Toledo, O. 36760b 

Pomona of Rudder Grange; comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. L. Gilder, i, 101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 3, 1910; D: 21249; Jeannetto L. 
Gilder, New York. 36761 

Pomp; an entirely new and original American 
drama in 5 acts, by J. J. McCloskey. 

© .Tames J. McCloskey, Brooklyn ; 1871 : 
3134, May 4. 36762 

play in 1 act, by Sada Cowan [i. e. S. C. 

Neumond [1], 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 30, 1912 ; D : 30997 ; Sada Cowan 
Neumond, Arlington, Mass. 36763 

Pomp Green's snakes; an Ethiopian farce in 1 
act, by [James W.] Shettel and [W. M.] 
George. Clyde, O., Ames' publishing co., 1891. 
10 p. 12°. ( [Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 297] ) 

© Ames' pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1891:48225, 
Dec. 31 ; 2c. .Tan. .5, 1892. 36764 

Pompadour; comedie draniatique en 7 tableaux, 
\m prologue. 5 actes et un epilogue, de Emile 
BiTgerat. Paris, P. Ollendorff, 1901. 4 p. 1., 
214 p, 12°. 

© Paul Ollendorff, France ; D : 1072, Nov. 
8, 1901 ; 2c. Nov. 8, 1901. 36765 

a play, by A. R. Haven. 

© Albert Roland Haven, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1S90:10S77. Juno 19. 36766 



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36767 



COPYRIGHTED IN" THE UNITED STATES 



36784 



Pompadour's (The) protege; a 1 act play, by 
K. J. Vermilye. 28 p. 8". Typewritten. 

© Kate Jordan Vermilye, New York ; D : 
3203, Mar. 28, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 28, 1903. 36767 

Pompei; oper in 4 aufziigen, dichtung frei nach 
Biilwer [Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer 
Lytton, 1st baron] von Karl Scbreder u. Rob- 
ert Maria Prosl, musik von Marziano Perosi. 
Berlin, Hansa-verlag, 1913. 7G p. 8°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Oct. 15, 1913; Ic. Apr. 23, 1914; D: 
36805 ; Hansa-verlag. Berlin. 36767a 

Pompeii; a play in 5 acts,. dramatized from Bul- 
wer Lytton's The last days of Pompeii, by 
D. Brown. [2], 82 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Dan Brown, Chicago; 1887:25579, Oct. 
5 ; 2c. Dec. 27. 36768 

Pompeiian (A) picnic. Sec Mr. Dobbs of 
Am^erica. 

Pomperan's marriage (Le mariage de Pom- 
peran); a comedy in 5 acts, and prologue, by 
Laurencin [i. e. Paul Aime Chapelle Lau- 
rencin] 

© FranQois Mons and Louis Nathal, New 
York ; 1886 : 19925, Sept. 3. 36769 

Pompeus, the phantom king; a spectacular 

drama in 7 tableaux, by L. Thielemann. Ms. 

© Louise Thielemann, Chicago ; 1879 : 5477, 

Apr. 25 ; Ic. Apr. 25. 36770 

Pompey's patients; (sometimes called Lunatic 
asylum) a laughable interlude in 2 scenes, arr. 
bv Charles White. New York, R. M. De Witt, 
1875. 6 p. 12°. ( [De Witt's Ethiopian and 
comic drama, no. 57] ) 

© Robert M. De WMtt, New York; 1875: 
7715, July 23 ; 2c. Sept. 2. 36771 

Pomp's pranks; an Ethiopian farce in 1 act, 
by F. L. Cutler. Clyde, O., A. D. Ames, 1884. 
7 p. 12°. ( [Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 134]) 

© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1885 : 185, Jan. 3 ; 
2c. Jan. 3. 36772 



Same. 
© A. D. Ames, Clyde, O. ; 1885:844, Jan. 



10 ; 2c. Jan. 10. 



36773 



Ponce de Leon; by P. F. Du Pont [i. e. P. F. 
Du Pont de Nemours] {In his New poems 
and a play. p. [61]-112; book © Mar. 25, 
1914; 2c. Apr. 3, 1914; A: 371592; P. F. Du 
Pont de Nemours, Merion, Pa.) 36773a 

musical play in 2 acts, by P. F. Du Pont 

[i. e. P. F. Du Pont de Nemours] [4], 27 p. 
f°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1912 ; D : 31747 ; Philip F. Du 
Pont, Merion, Pa. 36774 



Ponce de Leon — Continued. 

an original opera, composed by B. E. Lea- 

vitt. 

© Burton E. Leavitt, New Haven ; 1892 : 
25244, June 15. 36775 

play in 1 act, by P. F. Du Pont [i. e. P. F. 



Du Pont de Nemours] [1], 38 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 3, 1912 ; D : 30430 ; Philip F. Du 

Pont, Merion, Pa. 36776 



or. The fountain of youth, comic opera in 

2 acts, libretto by B. L. Taylor, music by W^al- 
ter H. Lewis. 

© Bert Leston Taylor, Providence, R. I. ; 
1896 : 35816, June 18. 36777 

Ponce de Leon and the fountain of youth; a 
semi-historic comic opera in 3 acts, by E. B. 
Perkins. 

© E. B. Perkins, New York; 1894:57687. 
Dec. 11. 36778 

— — See also Little (The) admiral. 

Ponderby's heir; play in 3 acts, by R. M. Town- 
send. 132 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 28, 1911; D : 24793 ; Ralph M. 
Townsend, Philadelphia. 36779 

Ponderby's will; a play in 3 acts, by R. M. 
Townsend. 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ralph M. Townsend, Philadelphia ; D : 
12865, Apr. 29, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 29, 1908. 36780 

Ponette (La); piece en 4 actes, de Louis Artus 
et Paul Fuchs. Paris, Librairie theatrale 
[1907] 195 p. 12°. 

© L. Artus & P. Fuchs, Paris; D : 9936, 
Feb. 11, 1907; 2c. Feb. 11, 1907. 36781 

Ponsonbys (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by F. J. 
Hallo. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Frank J. Hallo, Minneapolis ; 1899 : 17894. 
Mar. 9; 2c. Apr. 7. 36782 

Ponteach; or. The savages of America, a trag- 
edy by Robert Rogers, with an introduction 
and a biography of the author by Allan Nev- 
ins. Chicago, The Caxton club, 1914. 261 p. 
front, (port.) plates. 8°. 

© Dec. 15. 1914; 2c. .Ian. 4, 1915: A: 
391230, Caxton club, Chicago. 36782a 

Pontia, the daughter of Pilate; drama in 4 
acts, by F. Felix. 

© .John Murphy co., Baltimore ; 1899 : 35694, 
May 29 ; 2c. Apr. 27. 36783 

Pontiac; drama of old Detroit, 1763, by A. C. 
Whitnev. Boston, Richard G. Badger, 1910. 
Ill p. front. 12°. 

© Dec. 31, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 6, 1910 ; D : 17940 ; 
A. C. Whitney, St. Paul. 36784 



1849 



36785 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36801 



Pontiac — (Jontiuued. 

a tragedy in 4 acts, by Lewis Charles [i. e. 

E. L. Cliarles] 
© Elijah Lewis Charles, United States; 

1885:17970, Aug. 24. 36785 

See also Red (The) Napoleon. 

Pontiac's conspiracy. See Doctor Dick's In- 
dian. 

Pontius Pilate; Saint Ronan of Brittany; 
Theophile; three plays in verse, by Henry 
Copley Greene. New York, Scott-Thaw com- 
pany, 1903. 2 p. 1., 90 p. front. 12°. 

© Scott-Thaw CO., New York ; A : 51617, 
Jan. 13, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 13, 1903. 36785a 

Pony; a play, by Olive Logan and W. Sikes. 
© Wirt Sikes, United States; 1879:13025, 
Oct. 2. 36786 

Pony (The) express; a drama in 4 acts. 65 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Mary E. Hill, Reading, Pa.; D : 11200, 
Aug. 19, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 26, 1907. 36787 

See also Hunted to death. 



Poodle (The) and the pyramid; a musical com- 
edy, book and lyrics by S. Anworth Ruther- 
ford, music by I. M. Wilson. 

© Irving M. Wilson, San Francisco; D: 
10028, Feb. 26, 1907. 36788 

Poodles and other dogs; drama in 4 acts, by 
A. Arion. 116 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 7, 1915 ; D : 41931 ; Arion Arion, 
New York. 36788a 

Pooh Bah of Peacetown; a vaudeville sketch, 
bv Harry L. Newton. ' Chicago, T. S. Denison. 
1906. 20 p. 12°. 

© T. S. Denison. Chicago; D : 9075, Sept. 
12, 1906; 2c. Oct. 18, 1906. 36789 

Pooh (La) Pooh; a dramatic compo.sition, by 
Joseph M. Weber and Louis M. Fields. 

© Weber and Fields, New York; 1897: 
64035, Nov. 17. 36790 

Poor and proud; a drama in 5 acts, by C. H. 
Morton. 

© Charles H. Morton, Philadelphia; 1874: 
786. .Tan. 22. 36790a 

Poor and rich; or, Our workingmen, a serio- 
comic play with music, in 4 pts., by H. Ferry 
(Hermann Fehre) 

© H. Ferry, Philadelphia; 1881:7818, 
May 17. 36791 

Poor blind fool; drama, by H. H. Peck. 11 p. 
8°. Typewritten. 

© Harry H. Peck, Boston; D:7279, Sept. 
19, 1905; 2c. Sept. 19, 1905. 36792 



Poor Charlotte Temple; a romantic melodrama 
in 4 acts, by William J. McKiernan. 

© Jennie K. McKiernan, Newark, N. J. ; D : 
3013, Feb. 18, 1903. 36793 

Poor (A) diplomat; play in 4 acts, by G. F. 
Palmer, jr., [105] p. f°. Ms. 

© Ic. July 3, 1914; D : 37453 ; George F. 
Palmer, jr., New York. 36793a 

Poor Ezra; a pathetic comedy in 3 acts, by U. 
Davis. 120 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ulysses Davis, Chicago ; D : 16015, June 
5, 1909; 2c. .Tune 7, 1909. 36794 

Poor (The) girl; a romantic drama in 4 acts, 
and 1 tableau, adapted from the works of 
Pierre Egan entitled The poor girl and Hagar 
Lot, by S. E. Pierce. [2], 74 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Sarah Emily Pierce, New York; 1882: 
20148, Nov. 27; 2c. Aug. 18, 1883. 36795 

See also Floret. 

Poor girls. See Arnie madchen. 

Poor (The) girl's diary. See All that glit- 
ters is not gold. 

Poor (A) girl's love; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. J. L. Stilwell. 68 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Laura .Teau Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn ; 
D: 12050, Jan. 3, 1908; 2c. Jan. 3, 1908. 

36796 

Poor girl's temptation; by J. P. Lockney. 

© John P. Lockney, New York ; D : 4979. 
May 3, 1904. 36797 

Poor Grif; or. The village orphan, a domes- 
tic drama in 4 acts, by I. Davidson. 

© Isidore Davidson, United States ; 1881 : 
5461, Apr. 11. 36798 

Poor house girl; a drama in 4 acts, by T. H. 
French. 

© T. H. French, New York ; 1873 : 12.507, 
Oct. 31. 36798a 

Poor Jim; an episode with music in 2 portions, 
by T. Whiffen. [78] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. Aug. 12, 1910; D: 21787; Thomas 
Whiffen, New York. 36799 

Poor Jonathan; operetta in 3 acts, English tr. 
and adaptation by John P. .Tackson and Ralph 
A. Weill, music by Carl Millocker. 

© Rudolph Aronson, New York; 1890: 
28105, Sept. 12. 36800 

Poor Lucinda Pearl; drama in 5 acts, by R. 
Boggs. 

© Robert Boggs. Long Beach, Miss.; D: 
3252. Apr. 6. 1903. 36801 



1850 



36802 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36820 



Poor Magdalen; a drama iu 7 tableaux, divided 
into 6 acts, by A. J. Lauck. 115 p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

'© Anthony J. Lauck, Indianapolis ; D : 6149, 
Jan, 28, 1905; 2c. Jan. 28, 1905. 36802 

Poor (The) man; 1 act dramatic sketch, by J. R. 
Hood. 10 p. f\ Typewritten. 

<£) Ic. July 22, 1911; D: 24756; Joseph R. 
Hood, Denver. 36803 

Poor (The) man's friend. Sec Genius (The) 
of sleep. 

Poor (A) married man; farce comedy in 3 acts, 
Walter Ben Hare. Chicago, T. S. Denison & 
CO. [1915] 55 p. 12°. 

© June 24. 1915; 2c. June 28, 1915; D: 
41103 ; Eben H. Norris, Chicago. 36803a 

Poor (The) millionaire; play in 4 acts, by R. A. 
Brown. 54 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 14, 1911; D: 23097; R. A. 
Brown. Junction City, Kan. 36804 

Poor Miss Finch; a dramatization of Wilkie 
Collins' novel, by Henry A. Rendle and H. A. 
Weaver, 

© Henrv A. Weaver, Savannah, Ga. ; 1872 : 
1803, Feb. 23. 36805 

-See also Blind love. 



Poor Mr, Rich; a 3 karat comedy gem with- 
out a flaw, by W. Gault Browne. 31 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Alice Wilson Browne, Chicago ; D : 5172. 
June 13, 1904; 2c. July 5, 1904. 36806 

Poor Mrs. Croesus; by M. Hoyle. 

© Mildred Hoyle, St. Louis ; D : 8569, IMay 
21, 1906. 36807 

Poor old Charlie; comedy in 3 acts, by Challau 
[pseud, of C. A. de Lima] [50] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Charles A. de Lima, New York ; D : 
13251, June 25, 1908; 2c. June 20, 1908. 

36808 

Poor old Jim; sketch in 1 act, by W. C. .de 
Mille, [2], 24 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 26, 1913 ; D : 33897 ; William C. 
de Mille, New York. 36809 

Same. New York, Samuel French ; Lon- 
don, Samuel French, ltd., 1914. 17 p. 12°, 

© Nov, 14, 1914; 2c. Nov. 16, 1914; D: 
38813; William C. de Mille, New York, 

36809a 

Poor (The) old slave; or, Plantation life be- 
fore the war, a dramatic sketch, by H, B. 
Warner. 

© Harry B. '\¥arner, San Francisco; 1872: 
5386, May 23; 2c. May 23, 36810 



Poor people's money; play in 1 act, by A. 
Colby. 28 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic, Apr. 8, 1915; D : 40309 ; Archie 
Colby, New York, 36810a 

Poor Peter; farce-comedy in 3 acts, by F. Jack- 
son, 155 p, 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 26, 1915 ; D : 41098 ; Fred Jack- 
son, Bayside, N. Y. 36810b 

play in 1 act, by R. S. Wilcox, 15 p, 4° 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1912 ; D : 30593 ; Ramona S. 
Wilcox, Salt Lake City. 36811 

Poor (A) pretence; [by] C. O. Burton and 
Frank M. Bicknell. 

© C. O. Burton, New York; 1898:35904, 
June n. 36812 

Poor (A) relation; comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by Edward E. Kidder. [6], 73 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1911; D : 23584 ;. Frederick 
G. Berger, Washington, 36813 

4 act play, by W. H. Osborne. [75] p. 4°. 

Typewritten, 

© Ic. July 18, 1910 ; D : 21585 ; Wni. Hamil- 
ton Osborne, Newark, N, J, 36814 

Poor relations; an original comedy in 4 acts, 
by E, E. Kidder, 

© Edward E. Kidder, New York; 1S83 : 
17779, Sept, 28. 36815 

play, by A. Stedman. 33 p. 4°, Type- 
written, 

© Ic. Feb. 14, 1912; D:286S5; Adelaide 
Stedman, New York, 36816 

Poor (The) rich man; comedy in 3 acts, by J. A. 
Mitchell. [85] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. act 1, 2, June 1, 1914 ; Ic. act 3. Aug. 
3, 1914 ; D : 37179 ; Joseph A. Mitchell, Phila- 
delphia. 36816a 

Poor Richard; a comedy in 5 acts, a glimpse 
at the life of Benjamin Franklin in France, 
by H. D. Parry. [145] p. 4°, Typewrit- 
ten, 

© Hester D. Parry, Indianapolis ; D : 484, 
May 18, 1901 ; 2c. July 1, 1901, 36817 

comedy in 4 acts, by L. E, Shipman. [127] 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 11, 1914; D: 38092; Louis 
Evan Shipman, Plainfield, N. H. 36818 

Poor Susan: or. The law's decree, a romantic 
drama in 4 acts, by F. F. Schrader. 

© Frederick F, Schrader, Washington ; 
1896:19245, Mar. 27. 36819 

Poor Tom; an American play in 5 acts, by W. 
Seymour, 

© William Seymour, New York; 1877: 
749, Jan. 18. 36820 



1851 



36821 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36841 



Poor (A) woman's fund; a society play in 5 
acts. Washington, [B. S. Adams] 1904. 69 p. 
12°. 

© George L. Raymond, Washington; D: 
5137, June 6, 1904 ; 2c. June 6, 1904. 36821 

Poor (A) young man's love. See Riches. 

Pop; a domestic drama in 3 acts, by G. F. Rowe. 

© George Fawcett Rowe, New Yorlv ; 1882 : 

16864, Oct. 11; 2c. Oct. 11. 36822 

Pop the question; comedy in 4 acts, by W. E. 
Bolles. 68 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1911; D: 22988; William E. 
Bolles, Detroit. 36823 

comedy in 1 act, by W. E. Bolles. [3], 

32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 14, 1911 ; D : 2.5757 ; AVilliam E. 
Bolles, Detroit. 36824 

Pope (The) on trial in the court of American 
political equity; reported by H. H. Bowman, 
stenographer for the plaintiffs. 

© American citizen co., Boston; 1897: 
29170, May 13. 36825 

Popinjay (The); a play of modern life in 4 acts, 
by B. Lawrence and F. Mouillot. [131] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Bo vie Lawrence and Fred Mouillot, Lon- 
don ; D : 1233, Dec. 31, 1901 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1902. 

36826 

Popolo; an adaptation of Edward Bulwer Lyt- 
ton's Kienzi, by .L M. Martin. 79 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© James Marshall Martin. New Castle, Pa. ; 
D : 4608, Feb. 11, 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 18, 1904. 

36827 

Popote; comgdie en 2 actes, de D. Riche. Paris, 
Librairie theatrale. 1911. 2 p. 1., 77 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 20, 1911; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911; D: 
28081 ; Daniel Riche, Paris. 36828 

Poppaea; a tragedy of Rome, by W. Talavera 
Fernandez. 

© William Talavera Fernandez, Bi'ooklyn ; 
D : 6690, May 19, 1905. 36829 

Poppie, the mail girl. 

© Mrs. B. C. Hart, Cleveland, O. ; 1886: 
1985, Jan. 25. 36830 

Poppies; a sleepy drill, by Harriette Wilbur. 
Lebanon, O., March brother.s, 1908. cover- 
title, 3 p. 12°. (Hurriette Wilbur's series 
of flower plays) 

© March bros., Lebanon, O. ; D : 13890, Sept. 
21, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 17, 1908. 36831 

Popping by proxy; by O. E. Young. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1899: 
63163. Sept. 29 ; 2c. Oct. 21. 36832 



Popping the question; a farce in 1 act, by John 
Baldwin Buckstone, new American ed. cor- 
rectly reprinted from the original authorized 
acting ed. New York, H. Roorbach, 1890. 19 
p. 12°. ([Roorbach's American ed. of acting 
plays, no. 32]) 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1890: 
5368, Feb. 12 ; 2c. I\Iar. 25. 36833 

a monologue in pantomime, by Clement 

Fezaudie. Philadelphia, The Penn publishing 
company, 1895. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1895 : 39221, 
July 30 ; 2c. July 30. 36834 

Poppy; a comedy in 1 act, by Ida von Traut- 
man. Typewritten. 

© Beatrice Moreland, New York; 1900: A: 
29756, Nov. 21 ; 2c. Nov. 21. 36835 

a nevv- and original comedy drama, by W. H. 

Rightmire. 

© Wm. H. Rightmire, New York; 1889: 
23409, July 31. 36836 



play in 4 acts, by B. Teal and J. P. Ritter. 

[101] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 24, 1911; D : 24565 ; Ben Teal 
and .John P. Ritter, New York. 36837 

Poppy (The) flower; a drama in 4 acts, by 
E. H. Peple. 

© Edward H. Peple, New York; D : 3566, 
.June 9, 1903. 36838 

Poppy gold; or, A daughter of the West, play 
in 4 acts, by L. P. Wood. [l].39p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. May 18, 1914; D : 37051 ; Lulu Phe- 
dora Wood. Oakland, Cal. 36838a 

Poppy land; a farcical pastoral fantasy, a farce 
in 3 acts, by A. D. Clement. 

© Ada D Clement, San Francisco ; D : 2203, 
Aug. 9, 1902. 36839 

Popsy Dean; an Ethiopian sketch in 1 scene. 
New York, Happy hours company [1874] 5 
p. 12°. ([Ethiopian drama, no. 95]) 

© Happv hours co., New York ; 1874 : 12223, 
Sept. 28 ; 2c. Oct. 17. 36840 

Popular (The) craze. Sec Dime museum. 

Popular dialogues; comprising a great variety 
of original material expressly prepared by a 
coi-ps of experienced writers, arr. by Phineas 
Garret. Philadelphia, The Penn publishing 
company, 1898. 199 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia; 1898: 
41911, July 13 ; 2c. July 13. 36840a 

Popular music hath charms; monologue, by 
]\Iarian Bowlan. Chicago, T. S. Denison & 
CO. [1913] 14 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 2, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 6, 1913 ; D : 34GG9 ; 
Eben H. Norris, Cb'cago. 36841 



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36842 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



3685d 



Popularity; a play in 3 acts, by G. M. Colian. 
[106] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© George M. Cohan, New York ; D : 8906, 



Aug. 2, 1906; 2c. Sept. 12, 1906. 



36842 



Per asalto; dialogo, de J. Martin de Salazar. 
aiadrid [Sociedad de autores espauoles] 190S. 
14 p. 12°. 

© Julian Martin de Salazar, Madrid; D: 
13792, Sept. 14, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 14, 1908. 

36843 

Per chiripa; entremes en prosa, original de R. 
Alvarez. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
pauoles] 1909. 21 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17464 ; Rafael Alvarez, Madrid. 36844 



Por la boca muere el pez, 
Melquiades. 



See Amigo (El) 



Por peteneras; sainete en 1 acto y 1 solo cuadro, 
original de Pedro Muiioz Seca y Pedro Perez 
Fernandez, musica del maestro Rafael Callej a. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1911. 
33 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25027 : P. Muiioz Seca y P. Perez Fernandez. 
Madrid. 36845 

Porch (The) climber; by H. S. Rogers. 

© H. S. Rogers, Colorado Springs, Col. ; 
D : 4731, jMar. 16, 1904. 36846 



-a drama in 4 acts, by L. L. Schwartz. 

101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Louis Leon Schwartz, Minneapolis ; D : 
l.-)347. IMar. 15, 1909; 2c. Mar. 15, 1909. 36847 

Porcupine (The); drama in 3 acts, by E. A. 
Robin.son. [132] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 15, 1914; D : 39101 ; Edwin Ar- 
lington Robinson, New Yorlc. 36847a 



Same. New York, Macmillan company, 

1915. 4 p. 1., 152 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 15, 1915; 2c. Sept. 16, 1915; D: 
41758 ; Edwin Arlington Robinson, New York. 

36847b 

Pordioseros (Los); zarzuela dramStica en i 
acto, dividido en 3 cuadros, en prosa y verso, 
origimil de S. Maria Granes y E. Polo, musica 
del maestro Luis Arnedo. Madrid [Sociedad 
de autores espauoles] 1908. 51 [2] p. 12°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Salvador Maria Granes y Ernesto Polo, 
Madrid; D : 13854, Sept. 21, 1908; 2c. Sept. 
21, 1908. 36848 

Porgy Joe; an Ethiopian .sketch in 1 scene. 
New York, Happy hours company [1874] 7 p. 
12°. ( [Ethiopian drama, no. 69] ) 

© Happy hours co.. New York ; 1874 : 12219, 
Sept. 28 ; 2c. Oct. 17. 36849 



Porion (Le); piece en 1 acte, par M. Gerbidon. 
p. 193-202. illus. 8°. [Reprinted from Je 
sais tout] 

© Marcel Gerbidon, Paris ; D : 13812, Sept. 
17, 1908; 2c. Sept. 17, 1908. 36850 

Pork; a comedv in 4 acts, by E. Spencer and 
L. R. Shewell. 

© Edward Si>encer. Baltimore ; 1882 : 

19420, Nov. 16. 36851 

Pork (The) packer's daughter; a musico-terp- 
sichoi-ean and recitative monologrue, by Phry- 
netto Ogden. 

© Estelle Smith, Chicago; 1897:7552, 
Jan. 27. 36852 

Port wine vs. jealousy; a highly amusing 
sketch, by William Carter, arr. by Charles 
White. New York, R. M. De Witt, 1875. 8 p. 
12°. ([De Witt':^- Ethiopian and comic 
drama, no. 66] ) 

© Robert M. De Witt, J\'ew York: 1875: 
7719, July 23 ; 2c. Sept. 2. 36852a 

Portable (A) house; a sketch in 1 act, by 
Augustin MacHugh. [2], 11 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 2, 1912; D: 29264; Martin L. 
Alsop, Ridgefield Park, N. J. 36853 

■ -Same. [2], 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 6, 1912; D : 29588 ; Augustin 



MacHugh, New York. 



36854 



Porter (The) house steak; original mu.sical 
comedy in 3 acts, book and lyrics by Ed. 
Payne, music by Chas. P. Scott. [3], 70 p. 
4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Nov. 25, 1912 ; D : 31457 ; Payne. Bel- 
mont. Mass.. and Scott, Boston. 36855 

Porter Payne; by C. B. Ward. 

© Clarence Burton Ward, Cincinnati ; D : 
37, Jan. 15, 1901. 36856 

Porter's troubles; or. The Fifth Avenue hotel, 
an amusing sketch in 1 scene, bv Fa\. Har- 
rigan. New I'ork, R. M. De Witt. 1875. 6 p. 
12°. ( [De Witt's Ethiopian and comic drama, 
no. 65]) 

© Robert M. De Witt. New York; 1875: 
7721, July 23; 2c. Sept. 2. 36857 

Porthos' son (Le fils de Porthos); a drama in 
5 acts and 15 tableaux, by Paul Mahalin. 

© Frangois Mons and Louis Nathal. New 
York ; 1886 : 19912, Sept. 3. 36858 

Portia in politics; play in 3 acts, by A. B. Ebiu. 
64 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Dec. 16, 1912; 2c. Dec. 17, 1912; D: 
31724; Alexander B. Ebin, New York. 

36859 



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36860 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36876 



Porto (II) d'arma; opera in 4 atti, 2 scene, 
per D. Vaninetti. 13 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 12, 1912; D: 31216; Daniele 
Vaninetti, Purchase, N. Y. 36860 

Portrait (The); play in 4 acts, by H. C. Col- 
well. [115] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1913 ; D : 34346 ; Henry Clif- 
ford Col well, Kittanning, Pa. 36861 

Portrait (Le) de madame; saynete pour 
jeunes filles [en 4 scenes] par Alexandre 
Guillet. 10 p. 12°. ([Theatre pour la 
jeunesse, no. 14]) 

© Sept. 28, 1914; 2c. Oct. 21, 1914; D: 
38642; Wm. R. Jenkins co.. New York. 

36861a 

Portrait (The) painter; life drama in 1 act, 
by Tito Guardiosi [pseud, of W. H. Carson] 
[2], 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 13, 1913 ; D : 32667 ; Wm. Henry 
Carson, New York. 36862 

Porus plaster; a farcical comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Fielding. 

© John Fielding, Englewood, 111.; 1886: 
2614, Jan. 30. 36863 

Porvenir (El) del nine; entreraes en prosa, 
original de A. Casero. Madrid [Sociedad de 
auto res espanoles] 1908. 16 p. 12°. 

© Antonio Casero, Madrid ; D : 13600, Aug. 
19, 1908; 2c. Aug. 19, 1908. 36864 

Porzia; [play in 3 acts] by C. Y. Rice. Garden 
City, New York, Doubleday, Page & com- 
pany, 1913. viii, 79 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 15. 1913; 2c. Jan. 17, 1913; D: 
32313; Cale Young Rice, Louisville. 36865 

See also Collected plays and poems; by 



Cale Young Rice. 

Poseidon's paradise. See Deucalion. 

Posey from Posey- ville; by L. Maulsby. 3 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Lilian Maulsby, Chicago ; D : 7239, Sept. 
11, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 11, 1905. 36866 

Posey, pride of the prairie; cow-boy vaude- 
ville comedy drama, by M. F. Thompson. 
16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1913 ; D : 33100 ; M. Frances 
Thompson, Oakland, Cal. 36867 

Possession; play in 1 act, by G. Middleton. 
[2], 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1914; D: 38915; George 
Middleton, New York. 36868 

with The groove, The unborn, Circles, A 

good woman. The black tie, 1 act plays of 
contemporary life, by G. Middleton. New 
York, Henry Holt & co., 1915. ix, 217 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 27, 1915; 2c. Mar. 8, 1915; D: 
39891; George Middleton, New York. 36869 



Possum fat; an Ethiopian opera in 2 scenes. 
New York, Happy hours company [1874] 7 p. 
12°. ([Ethiopian drama, no. 73]) 

© Happy hours co.. New York ; 1874 : 12215, 
Sept. 28; 2c. Oct. 17. 36870 

Post (The) graduate course; comedy in 4 
acts, by O. M. WolfE and B. Epstein. 129 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 25, 1915; D: 41830; Oscar M. 
Wolfe and Bennett Epstein, Chicago. 36870a 

Post (Die) im walde; operetten-idylle aus der 
guten alten zeit, in 1 akt von M. Wiedmann, 
musik von August Leon. Regiebuch. 39 p. 
12°. Printed. 

© Ic. May 8, 1911 ; D : 24158 ; Fritz Schu- 
berth, jr., Leipzig. 36871 



Same. Text der gesiinge. Leipzig, F. 

Schuberth, jr., 1911. 12 p. 12°. 

© May 3, 1911; 2c. May 23, 1911; D: 
24261; Fritz Schuberth, jr., Leipzig. 36872 

Post no bills; vaudeville sketch, by G. N. Knox 
and H. E. Knox. [6] p. 12°. Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 12, 1911; D: 25464; George N. 
Knox and Horace E. Knox, Danbury, Conn. 

36873 

Post (The) of honor; a military drama in 4 
acts, by S. Sanders. Springfield, Mass., Clark 
W. Bryan & co., 1872. 34 p. 12°. 

© Sidney Sanders, Chicopee, Mass.; 1872: 
10950, Oct. 14; 2c. Nov. 16. 36874 

Post (The) office; play in 2 acts, by Rabindra- 
nath Tagore. New York, Macmillan co., 1914. 
95 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 25, 1914; 2c. Mar. 26. 1914; D: 
36469 ; Macmillan co.. New York. 36874a 

See also Lock box 23. 

Post-script (The) See Four plays; by Emile 
Augier. — Postscript (The) 

Post-scriptuni (The); comedy in 1 act, by 
Emile Augier, tr. by B. H. Clark. New York, 
Samuel French ; London, Samuel French, ltd., 
1915. 2 p. 1., 22 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 31, 1915 ; 2c. Apr. 1, 1915 ; D : 40288 ; 
Barrett H. Clark, Chicago. 36874b 

See also Fovir plays; by Emile Augier. 

Post-traders; a drama in 3 acts, by P. A. Fitz- 
gerald. 

© P. A. Fitzgerald and H. S. Parker, Phila- 
delphia ; 1876 : 3380, Mar. 20. 36875 

Postage (A) stamp; an original farce-comedy in 
3 acts, by H. C. Stanley. 

© Harry C. Stanley, Clayton. N. Y. ; 1885 : 
15400, July 17. 36876 



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36877 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



36895 



Postal (The) card; an operatic comedy in 4 
nets, by J. F. Milliken. 

© James P. Milliken, United States; 1884: 
25368, Dec. 19. 36877 

Postal (A) episode; n sketch, by Laura E. 
Wliite. |4], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© L. E. White, New York ; D : 1003.J, Feb. 
19, 1907 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1907. 36878 

Postales al natural; pasillo comico-llrico origi- 
nal y en prosa, de F. G6ngora y A. R. Fer- 
VAUiVv/.. nnlsica del maestro Luis Barta. Ma- 
drid I Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1909. 
17 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 28, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16S91 ; Frnucisco Gongora y Antonio R. Fer- 
laiidi/,, Madrid. 36879 

Postbag- (The); a lesson in Irish, libretto by 
Alfred Perceval Graves, music by Michael 
Ksposito. [19] p. 8°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Boosey & co., London ; D : 1727, Apr. 14, 
1902; 2c. Apr. 14, 1902. 36879a 

■ a play in 1 act, by A. P. Graves and M. Es- 

posito. 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Alfred Percival Graves and Michael 
Esi»osito, London ; D : 1470, Feb. 19, 1902 ; 2c. 
Feb. 19, 1902. 36879b 

Poster (The) girl; a musical extravaganza in 2 
acts, by C. C. Sargent, jr., and Arthur Augus- 
tus Powers. 

© Charles Chapin Sargent, jr., New York; 
1897 : 42721, July 27. 36880 

Poster girls; a dramatic composition with mu- 
sic, by J. Forbes, lyrics by Grace Wright, mu- 
sic by Jerome D. Kern. 

© James Forbes, New York ; D : 7825, Jan. 
6, 1906. 36881 

Poster (A) maid; a petite comedy' in 1 act, by 
E. L. Duane. Typewritten. 

© Edward L. Duane, New York; 1897: 
19106, Mar. 23 ; 2c. Apr. 9. 36882 

Poster (A) show; by S. Noble-Ives. Typewrit; 
ten. 

© Sarah Noble-Ives, New York; 1900 A: 
23399, Sept. 20 ; 2c. Sept. 20. 36883 

Posteridad (La); comedia en 1 acto y en prosa, 
original de A. Sotillo y A, Micho. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espafioles] 1912. [5], 
27 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 5, 1912 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1912 ; D : 31561 ; 
Antonio Sotillo y Andres Micho, Madrid. 

36884 

Posterland; a comedy in 4 acts, by J. M. French. 

© John McLean French, New York; D: 

4758, Mar. 21, 1904. 36885 



Posterland — Continued. 

a sijectacular fantasy in 3 scenes, book and 

lyrics l)y Edward Henry. 13 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Wm. S. Henry. New York; D : 13437. 
July 29, 1908; 2c. July 22. 36886 

Postillion. 

© Harold MacGrath, Syracuse, N. Y. ; D: 
9741, Jan. 3, 1907. 36887 

Postmaster (The); a roniedv in 4 acts, by E. A. 
Locke. [15r)| p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Edgar A. Locke, New York ; 1890 : 29115, 
Sept. 22; 2('. Mar. 2S, 1891. 36888 

Postmaster Gale; drama, by E. E. Burson. 
Typewritten. 

© Ernest Emerson Burson, Los Angeles ; 
1893:29490, June 21; Ic. June 22; Ic. (ms.) 
July 6. 36889 

Postmaster's (The) daughtei;; a rural comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by N. Twomey. [96] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Neil Twomey, Chelsea, Mass.; D:3316. 
Apr. 20, 1903; 2c. Apr. 20, 1903. 36890 

Postmistress (The); or. Miss Nicoll of Nicoll- 
ville, comedy in 3 acts, by A. S. Lipman and 
F. Gerald. [119] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© A. S. Lipman and Florence Gerald, New 
York ; D : 12744, Apr. 14, 1908 ; 2c. acts 1, 2, 
Apr. 14. 1908 ; 2c. act 3, Apr. 25, 1908. [Note : 
copies bear alternative title, Miss Nancy of 
Nicollville] 36891 

Postmistress (The) of Pebble Creek; a comedy 
drama in 1 act, by Frank Maltese. 11 p. f°. 
Typewritten, 

© Salvatore R. Maltese, Salt Lake City; 
D : 9165, Oct. 1, 1906 ; 2c. June 22, 1907. 36892 

Postscript (The); play in 3 acts, by Willie Wil- 
son [pseud, of H. O. Van Patton] [36] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 2, 1914 ; D : 37451 ; Helene Orem 
Van Patton, Louisville. 36892a 

■ ■ See also Four plays; by Emile Augier, 

Pot (The) and the kettle; comedietta, by L. A. 
Garnett. 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1910; D: 22500; Louise Ayres 
Garnett, Evanston, 111. 36693 



— comedy drama in 3 acts, by G. L. Naught. 
123 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 27, 1913; D: 32452; George L. 
Naught, New York. 36894 

a playette, by O. J. White. 23 p. 8°. 



Typewritten. 

© Oliver J. White, St. Louis ; D : 4045, Oct. 
3, 1903 ; 2c. Oct. 3, 1903. 36895 



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36896 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



36912 



Pot-boiler (The) ; a comedy in 4 acts, by U. Sin- 
clair. [85] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 6, 1913; D : 32212 ; Upton Sin- 
clair, New York. 36896 

Pot-luck; [farce in 1 act] by Gertrude Robins. 
New York, S. French ; London, S. French, 
ltd., 1911. 19 p. 12°. ([French's acting 
ed., no. 2377]) 

© Jan. 3, 1911; 2c. Feb. 1, 1911; D: 
23236; Samuel French, ltd., London. 36897 

Pot (The) of basil; [play in 4 acts, by G. K. 

Griffith] [127] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© ic. Nov. 2, 1914; D : 38669 ; Grace Kel- 
logg Griffith, Philadelphia. 36897a 

Pot (A) of broth; by W. B. Yeats. {In The 
Gael, Sept. 1903) 

© William B. Yeats, London; D:3905, 

Aug. 29, 1903; 2c. Sept. 1, 1903. 36898 

See also Hour-g'lass (The), and other 

plays. 

Pot (A) of rouge; college play in 3 acts, by 
E, B. Canaday. 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1915; D: 40847; Elizabeth 
Barbara Canaday, Ames, la. 36898a 

Potash and Perlmutter; comedy in 4 acts, by 
N. Mason, adapted from the book of the 
same name by Montague Glass. [2], 115 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 8. 1911; D: 23300; Norman H. 
Mason, New Brighton, N. Y. 36899 

comedy in 3 acts, by Montague Glass. 

[109] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1913; D: 34266; A. H. 
Woods, New York. 36900 

■dramatization in 3 acts, by Geo. Darcy vt 



certain stories by Montague Glass. [105] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1913; D: 33815; Selwyn & 
CO., New York. 36901 

play in 3 acts, authorized dramatization 



of the Potash and Perlmutter stories, by A. C. 
O'Dea. [14], 84 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 4, 1912 ; D : 31555 ; Anne Cald- 
well O'Dea, Rockville Centre, N. Y. 36902 

Potash preferred; farce in 3 acts, by W. C. and 
Cecil B. de Mille. 165 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1913 ; D : 31979 ; William C. 
de Mille, New York. 36903 

Potentate (The); by A. A. Andros. 

© Annie A. Andros, Boston ; 1897 : 18623. 
Mar. 22, 36904 

■ comic opera satire in 3 acts, libretto by 

C. E. Summers. [86] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1914 ; D : 35537 ; Charles Ed- 
win Summers, New York. 36904a 



Potential (The); a fancy in play form in 3 acts, 
by Lewis Vicary. [26] p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Mabel Rankiu Vicary, Detroit; D : 9644, 
Dec. 6, 1906; 2c. Dec. 6, 1906. 36905 

Potiphar papers. See Our best society. 

Potiphar, the last pupil of Ameni; a tragedy 
in the days of the exodus, by H. Kiernan. 

© Hugh Kiernan, Albany ; D : 1998, June 
11, 1902. 36906 

Potiphar's wife; by S. M. Hirsch. 22 p. 4°. 
Type^vritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 28, 1909; D: 17805; Sidney M. 
Hirsch, New York. 36907 

See also Miriam. 

Potpourri; a musical melange in 2 pts., by J. T. 
Tanner, lyrics by W. H. Risque, music by 
Napoleon Lambelet. London and New York, 
Boosey & CO., 1899. 126 p. f °. 

© James T. Tanner, London; 1899:44265. 
July 8; 2c. July 8. 36908 

Potro (El) salvaje; zarzuela comica en 1 acto, 
dividido en 2 cuadi'os, original de Antonio 
Paso y Joaquin Abati, mlisica de los maestros 
Valverde y Luna. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espanoles] 1914. 49 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38205 ; A. Paso y J. Abati, Madrid. 36908a 

Pots and skillets; comedy drama in 3 acts, by 
J. B. Butts. 53 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1915; D: 40524; J. Baptist 
Butts, Chicago. 36908b 

Poughkeepsie; comedy in 1 act, by C. E. Grape- 
win. 21 p. 4°. TypewTitten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1915; D: 39497; Charles 
Ellsworth Grapewin, West End, N. J. 36908c 

Poulailler (Le); comedie en 3 actes, par 
[Paul, dit] T. Bernard, [Paris, Impr, de 
I'lllustration] 1908. 1 p. 1., 54 p. 8°. 

© Tristan Bernard, Paris; D: 14768. Jan. 
8, 1909; 2c. Jan. 8, 1909. 36909 

Poule (La) au pot; par Henry de Brisay, 2 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1912; D: 29995; Gaumont 
CO., New York. 36910 

Pound foolish; a vaudeville sketch, by M. A. 
Daly. 10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 12, 1913 ; D : 32290 ; Mark Avery 
Daly, Buffalo. 36911 

Pound (A) of cure; a 3 act comedy, by C. M. 
Seay, adapted from Too many maidens. [75] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Morgan Seay, Rome, Ga. ; D : 
6578, Apr. 26, 1905; 2c. Apr. 26, 1905. 36912 



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36933 



Povmd (A) of taffy; a farcical comedy in 3 
atts. by W. E. Davis. 

© William E. Davis, Boston; 1885:13322, 
June 17. 36913 

Poupee (La) aux chrysantheines; conte japo- 
nais mime, de Fernand Beissier, musique de 
L. Plane]. Livret. Paris, A. .loanin iSc cie., 
1906. 13 p. 12°. 

© A. Joanin & co.. Paris ; D : 8032, Feb. 19, 
1906; 2c. Feb. 19, 1906. 36914 

Pouquet; a tragedy in 5 acts, in the sixteentli 
century style of Charles I of England, by 
W. M. Dodd. 

© Wm. M. Dodd, Chicago; 1893:18737. 
Apr. 11. 36915 

Pour de bon; vaudeville en 1 acte, de Garofalo 
f pseud.] et Dlaverdet. Paris, C. Joubert, 
1911. 31 p. S\ 

© Feb. 25, 1911; 2c. Feb. 25, 1911; D: 
23457; Joubert, Paris. 36916 

Pour etre aimee; comCdie fantaisiste en 3 actes, 
par Leon Fourneau. Paris, Librairie th^a- 
trale, 1902. 2 p. 1., 193 p. 12°. 

© L. Michaud, Paris ; D : 4351, Dec. 7, 1903 : 
2c. Dec. 7, 1903. 36917 

Pour garder Jacques; conifdie en 1 acte, par 
Paul Cazeres. Paris, C. Joubert, 1914. 36 p. 
8°. 

© June 20, 1914; Ic. June 29, 1914; D: 
37426 ; Joubert, Paris. 36917a 

Pour la couronne; par Frangois Coppee, with 
introduction and notes by Richmond Laurin 
Hawkins. New York. H. Holt and company, 
1910. X, 131 p. 16°. 

© Nov. 12, 1910; 2c. Nov. 23, 1910; A: 
275638 ; Henry Holt & co., New York. 38918 

See also Cross (The) and the crescent. — 



For the crown. 

Pour prendre conge; or, Seeing Switzerland, a 
3 act pantomimic comedy, by W. A. Mestayer. 

© William A. Mestayer, United States ;' 
1881 : 1831, Feb. 4. 36919 

Pour vivre heureiix; comedie en 3 actes, par 
Andr6 Rivoire et Yves Mirande. 32 p. 4°. 
(L'lllustration tht^atrale, 8* annee-204, 24 
fgvrier 1912) 

© Feb. 24, 1912; 2c. Mar. 23, 1912; D: 
29135 ; Andr^ Rivoire et Yves Mirande, Paris. 

36920 

Pousse-cafe (The); by J. M. Weber and L. M. 
Fields. 

© Joseph M. Weber and Louis M. Fields, 
New York ; 1897 : 64642, Nov. 20. 36921 



Poussin (Le); comedie en 3 actes, [de] Edmond 
(Juiraud. Paris, Librairie Moli6re, 1909. viii 
p., 1 1., 109 p. 12°. 

© July 4, 1909 ; 2c. Aug. 21, 1909 ; D : 16731 ; 
F. Demoly, Paris. 36922 

Poverty; a melodrama in a prologue and 4 acts, 
by W. E. Barnes. 

© William E. Barnes, New York; 1878: 
9484, Aug. 17. 36923 

Poverty corner; comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
lOdward E. Rose. 

© Clara F. Rose, Marshfield Hills, Mass.; 
1897 : 77GG, .Tan. 28. 36924 

Poverty flat; an enUroly new and original 
drama in 4 acts, by .1. J. McCloskey. 

© James J. McCloskey, Brooklyn; 1871: 
9250, Oct. 4. 36925 

-Sec also Lily (The) of Poverty flat. 

Poverty flats; a play of western life in 3 acts, 
by Bernard Francis Moore. Boston, W. H. 

Baker &; co., 1899. 

© W^alter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1898: 
7.5914, Dec. 27; 2c. Apr. 14, 1899. 36926 

Poverty (The) of wealth; dramatic comedy in 

1 act, by M. Arthur. [2], 22 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Dec. 9, 1912 ; D : 31633 ; Malcolm Ar- 
thur, New York. 36927 

Poverty's trials; a new Irish sketch, by Ed- 
ward HaiTigan. 

© Josh Hart, United States; 1874:15395. 
Dec. 22. 36928 

Powder-puff; libretto for a musical comedy in 

2 acts, book by J. N. Edwards, lyrics by Harry 
L. Marriner, music by Daniel E. Nevin. 86 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1910 ; D : 17855 ; John N. Ed- 
M-ards, Dallas. ' 36929 

or, A bottle of sarsaparilla, a musical 

farce-comedy in 3 acts, by A. Adams. 

© Adolph Adams, New York ; 1891 : 5181, 
Feb. 6. 36930 

Power; by L. H. Cummings. 

© Lee H. Cummings, Brooklyn ; D : 14810, 
Jan. 13, 1909. 36931 

American political play in 5 acts, by S. D. 

Gookins. [5], 268 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 18, 1913 ; D : 33839 ; Shirlaw D. 
Gookins, Chicago. 36932 

— drama in 4 acts and 5 scenes, by Mrs. G. D. 
Hemmick and C. W. De Knight. [92] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 14, 1913 ; D : 34140 ; Mrs. Chris- 
tian Dominique Hemmick and Clarence Woods 
De Knight, Washington. ' 36933 



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36954 



Power — Continued. 

European fantasy in 4 acts, by John Street. 

76 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 23, 1912; D: 31229; Hugo Val- 
lentin, London. 36934 

a pageant of the inner life for children. 



[by] Marian Katherine Brown. Boston, The 
Berkeley press [1915] [11] p. 8°. 

© June 10, 1915 ; 2c. and aff. July 6, 1915 ; 
A : 406700 ; Berkeley press, Boston. 36934a 

— -play in 4 acts, by L. Ide. [128] p. 4°. 
Tj'pewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 18, 1914 ; D : 39133 ; Leonard Ide, 
New York. 36934b 

— • by O. G. S. Burnell. [27] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1913; D: 34600; Oriu Greene 
Skeels Burnell, Essex Junction, Vt. 36935 

social drama in 4 acts, by J. Wiegand, au- 



thorized adaptation from the German by A. 
von Ende. 73 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 9, 1910 ; D : 21312 ; Amelia von 
Ende, New York. 36938 

Power (The) and ruin of gold; in 5 acts, by J. 
Sansone. 

© Jolm Sansone, Keokuk, la. ; 1895 : 54057, 
Oct. 24. 36937 

Power (The) behind the throne. Typewritten. 

© Edward C. White, New York; 1900 A: 

16405, July 3 ; 2c. July 3. 36938 

or. Fallen heroes, a comedy in 4 acts, by 



T. Hacker-Rodeau. 

© Theodore Hacker-Rodeau, Buffalo ; 1893 : 
53510, Dec. 2. 36939 

Power lot; a temperance play in 4 acts, founded 
on Sarah P. McLean Gi'eene's novel of same 
title, by A. R. Tafft. [108] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Adella Rene Tafft, Providence, R. I. ; D : 
13698, Sept. 1, 1908 ; 2c. Sept. 1, 1908. 36940 

Power (The) of a picture; drama in 4 acts, by 
M. Thompson. 51 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 26, 1910; D: 22660; Marshall 
Thompson, Opelousas, La. 36941 

Power of attorney; dramatic sketch, by E. P. 
Heath. 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1915; D: 40446; Eugene P. 
Heath, New York. 36941a 

a pastoral comedy in 3 acts, with music, 

by W. R. Goodall. 

© W. R. Goodall, Omaha, Neb.; 1889: 
88132, Dec. 14. 36942 

Power of beauty; by J. Wilstach. 16 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1910; D: 20487; John Wil- 
stach, New York. 36943 



Power of be auty — Continued. 

dramatic composition, by J. Wilstach. 

12 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 2, 1910; D: 20681; John Wil- 
stach, New York. 36944 

Power (The) of cheerfulness. See Howling 
(The) tree. 

Power (A) of darkness; play in 1 act, by O. 
Johns. [2], 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1911; D : 28009 ; Orrick 
Johns, St. Louis. 36945 

-Same. (In The Mirror, v. 20, no. 43, Dec. 

21, 1911) 

© Dec. 20, 1911; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911; D: 
28098; Orrick Johns, New York. 36946 

Power (The) of destiny; an original drama in 
4 acts, by J. Caldwell. [93] p. 4^ Type- 
written. 

© Jean Caldwell, New York ; D : 3674, June 
29, 1903; 2c. June 27, 1903. 36947 

Power (The) of eloquence; an historical drama 
in 4 acts, 5 scenes, by E. H. Mackay. [52] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Elsie Harriman Mackay, Buffalo ; D : 
0710, May 22, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 20, 1905. 36948 

Power (The) of evil; in 4 acts, by T. H. 
Sewell. 142 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Thos. H. Sewell, Fremont, O. ; D:4652. 
Feb. 25, 1904; 2c. Mar. 17, 1904. 36949 

Power (The) of fate. Typewritten. 

© William H. Mering, Pittsburgh; 1895: 
63626, Dec. 16; 2c. Mar. 5, 1896. 36950 

[Power (The) of fright; play in 1 act, by O. M. 

Carter] 

Ciijia crpaxa; ;^paMaT^qecKiS 3TK)A'b B-fa 1-m* 
,2j']&ficTBiH, OcKapi> M. KapTopa. 

7 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 3, 1915; D : 41153 ; Oscar M. 
Carter, Seagate, N. Y. 36950a 

Power (The) of genius; in 4 acts, by W. A. 
Woods. [32] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 15, 1910 ; D : 21588 ; Wm. Ander- 
son AVoods, Pittsburgh. 36951 

Power (The) of gold; a melodrama in 5 acts. 

© Appoline M. Sanford, New York; 1892: 

26481, June 24. 36952 

Power (The) of grief; modern drama in 3 acts, 
by H. W. Lyon. [52] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1910; D: 21609; H. Wilson 
Lyon, New York. 36953 

Power (The) of honor; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by Daniel B. Sorlin. [164] p. 4". Type- 
written. 

© D. B. Sorlin, New York; D:924e, Oct. 
17, 1906; 2c. Oct. 17, 1906. 36954 



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36955 



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36978 



Power (The) of imagination; a new and origi- 
nal comedy in 1 act, by W. Courtright. 

© William Courtright, New York; 1876: 
735, Jan. 14; 2c. Jan. 14. 36955 

Power (The) of innocence; sketch in 1 act, by 
J. W. Allen. 9 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1911; D: 24899; J. Weller 
Allen, Richmond, 111. 36956 

Power (The) of Kingsley; an original dra- 
matic composition for stage presentation in 
5 acts, by R. M. Best. [47] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Robert M. Best, Pittsburgh; D : 1290, 
Jan. 14, 1902; 2c. May 11, 1903. 36957 

Power (The) of law; a modern melodrama in 
5 acts and 4 scenes, by C. J. Diem. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Charles J. Diem, Buffalo; 1897:60760: 
Oct. 27 ; 2c. June 22, 1901. 36958 

Power (The) of love; by Chas. S. Black 
[pseud, of O. S. Blachschleger] 

© Chas. Sol. Blachschleger. Cincinnati ; D : 
7917, Jan. 29, 1906. 36959 

by F. Long. 44 p. f. Typewritten. 

© Flora Long, Ft. Wayne, Ind. ; D : 15863, 
May 15, 1909; 2e. May 28, 1909. 36960 

by H. Bell. 

© Herbert Bell, Indianapolis ; 1892 : 50556. 
Dec. 12. 36961 

by L and T. Grau. 

© Irene and Theresa Grau, Philadelphia : 
1886:10104, Apr. 27. 36962 

'by Theodore Kremer, Typewritten. 

© Edward C. White. New York; 1899: 
16096, Mar. 1; 2c. Mar. 1. 36963 

drama in 4 acts, by M. E. Younge. [31, 

68 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 8. 1911 ; D : 23586 ; M. Elizabeth 
Younge, New York. 36964 

drama in 3 acts, by R. L. Green. 55 p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17. 1913; D : 32702 ; Robert L. 
Green, Detroit. 36965 

dramatic composition. 

© Wm. E. Hines and Earle Remington, 
Decatur, 111.; 1889:31770, Oct. 21. 36966 



— an emotional drama in 5 acts, by M. C. 
Duncan. Typewritten. 

© May Cranmer Duncan, Hanford, Cal. ; 
1898:67904, Nov. 21; 2c. Feb. 20, 1899. 

36967 
an Irish American drama in 4 acts, by O. 



Richey. 

© Octavia Richey, Port Richmond, N. Y. ; 
1893 : 12166, Mar. 9. 86968 



Power (The) of love — Continued. 

play in 4 acts, by A. Leiber. [84] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 22; 1912; D : 28377 ; Allen 
Leiber, Chicago. 36969 

a tragedy, by D. F. Kenn^. 

© Daniel F. Kenney, New York; 1898: 
25022, Apr. 20. 36970 



See also Countess de Fontenay. — Frivol- 

lus. — Modem (A) Eve. — Sebastian. 

Power (The) of man; melodrama in 4 acts, by 
J. S. Quinlin. 

© James S. Quinlin, South Bethlehem, 
Pa.; 1895:52991. Oct. 18. 36971 

Power (The) of men; drama in 4 acts, by C. C. 
Rummel. [93] p. f. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1914; D: 36134; Charles 
Gary Rummel and Al Gonell, Waterloo, la. 

36971a 

Power (The) of money; an American spec- 
tacular play, by William Busnach and H. F. 
Weed. 

© Harry F. Weed, New York ; 1883 : 2225, 
Feb. 2. [For copies reed, see 1883:9537] 

36972 

Same. [85] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Harry F. Weed, Sparkill, N. Y. ; 1883: 
9537, May 23; 2c. May 23, 36973 

melodrama in 3 acts and 2 tableaux, by I. 

Galautin. 44 p. f°. TypeAvritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1910; D : 20284 ; Ignatius 
Galantin, New York. 36974 

or, A law unto themselves, American 

drama in 3 acts and epilogue, by D. B. Gaily 
and M. Lambert. [2], 83 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 2, 1914; D: 35885; David B. 
Gaily and Marie Lambert, New York. 36974a 



See also Senator Silverbags. 

Power (The) of music; a play in 4 acts and 2 
scenes, by T. R. Davies. [53] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Thomas Richard Davies, Chicago; D: 
10862, June 27, 1907 ; 2c. June 27, 1907. 36975 

Power (The) of music all our hearts allow; 
play in 4 acts, by P. A. McCullough. 28 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1912 ; D : 28768 ; Peter A. Mc- 
Cullough, Pittsburgh. 36976 

Power (The) of office; in 4 acts, by M. H. Block. 
[46] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 3, 1911; D: 24847; Morris H. 
Block, Denver. 36977 

political dramatic sketch, by J. Ellis. [2], 

10 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 16, 1913 ; D : 33508 ; John Ellis, 
Chicago. 36978 



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36995 



Power (The) of passion; drama in 4 acts, by 
Solomon Libin. 

[124] p. 8°. Ms. ' 

© Ic. Oct. 6,* 1914; D: 38407; David Kessler 
and IMax R. Wilner, New York. 36978a 

— — a melodrama in 4 acts, by C. F. Moutaine. 
© C. F. Montaine, New York ; 1893 : 55430, 
Dec. 15. 36979 

Power (The) of persuasion. See Cyclones. 

Power (The) of prayer; a morality drama in 4 
acts. 22 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas*I^]t)ierington, Valley Falls, R. I. ; 
D : 15309, IMar. 11, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 12, 1909. 

36980 

Power (The) of prejudice; a play in 4 acts, by 
F. Cornitius. 172 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Felix Cornitius, St. Louis ; D : 14306, Nov. 
16, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 16, 1908. 36981 

Power (The) of providence; play in 3 acts, by 
F. Summers. 40 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 7, 1911; D: 25964; Florence 
Summers, Washington. 36982 

Same. [1], 94 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 16, 1912; D: 31723; Florence 
Summers, Washington. 36983 

Power of Purim, and other plays; a series of 1 
act plays designed for .Jewish religious schools, 
by Irma Kraft. Philadelphia, The Jewish 
publication society of America, 1915. 189 p. 
illus. 12°. 

Contents : The power of Purim (Purim). — 
A Maccabean cure (Hanukkah). — To save his 
country (Pesah). — Ambition in Whitechapel 
(Shabuot). — Because beloved David so (clos- 
ing of school) 

© June 2, 1915 ; 2c. and aft". June 25, 1915 ; 
A : 401520 ; Jewish publ. soc. of America, 
Philadelphia. 36983a 

Power (The) of remorse; drama in 4 acts, by 
T. Galllgan. 5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 6, 1913 ; D : 32534 ; Theresa Gal- 
ligau. Providence, R. I. 36984 

Power (The) of repentance; drama in 1 act, by 
M Kridlo and A. Stoupa. [21] p. 8°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1914 ; D : 38923 ; Emil Kridlo 
and Alois Stoupa, New York. 36984a 

Power (The) of revenge. See Sword (The) of 
vengeance. 

Power (The) of Satan; in 4 acts, by Theodore 
Thomas and F. O. Taylor. [75] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Theodore I. Thomas and Frank Grav 
Taylor, Astoria, N. Y. ; D:4335, Dec. 2, 1903; 
Ic. Dec. 5, 1903 ; Ic. Dec. 11, 1903. 36985 



Power (The) of sex; play in 4 acts, by J. Mathis. 
27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12, 1913 ; D : 33203 ; June Mathis, 
New York. 36986 

Power (The) of silence; )>y F. J. Rosse. 11 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Florence James Rosse, New York; D: 
11727, Nov. 12, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 11, 1907. 36987 

Power (The) of song; dramatic sketch in 1 act, 
by M. Van B. and W. V. Allen. 18 p. 12°. 
Ms. 

© Ic. May 6, 1913 ; D : 331.53 ; M. V. B. and 
Walter V. Allen, New York. 36988 

Power (The) of speech; comedy for 3 people, 
by M. W. Brown. 22 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 16, 1915 ; D : 40013 ; Melville W. 
Brown, Portland, Or. 36988a 

Power (The) of superiority; drama in 3 acts, 
with 2 tableaux, by G. Keitz. 55 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. July 19, 1913 ; D : 33850 ; Gustav Keitz, 
New Orleans. 36989 

Power (The) of temptation; or. Their convict 
brotlier, play in 1 act, by U. Morelli. 7 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 10. 1913: D: 34379; Ulysses 
jMorelli. New York. 36990 

Power of the American's honor; bv W. L. Foun- 
tain. [88] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© 'William L. Fountain, Chicago ; D : 4967, 
Apr. 30, 1904 ; 2c. July 9, 1904. 36991 

Power (The) of the bluff; a sketch for vaude- 
ville, by R. A. Doyle. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Robert A. Doyle, Lynn, Mass. ; D : 13313, 
June 27, 1908 ; 2c. July 9, 1908. 36992 

Power (The) of the cross; a 4 act drama, bv li. 
Glasel. Published by Phil Fisher [1902] 43 
p. 12°. 

© Lee Glasel, New York; D : 1.507, Mar. 1, 
1902; 2c. Aug. 8, 1902. 36993 

a 4 act play, by Fitzgerald Murphy. [88] 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edward F. Rush. New York ; 1 ) : 2248, 
Aug. 12. 1902; Ic. Aug. 12, 1902. 36994 

Sec also Angelus (The) 

Power (The) of the czar; or. Nadine's crime, 
a drama in 5 acts, by L. Johnstone and B. L. 
O'Connor. 

© Lorimer Johnstone and B. L. O'Connor. 

New York; 1896:49645, Sept. 3. 36995 

[Power (The) of the dance; play in 4 acts, by 

O. Dymow] 

CHJia TaHira; nfceca bt* 4 KapTHHaxrb, Genua 

TtHMOBa. 

51 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. June 5, 1915; D: 40854; Ossip Dy- 
mow, New York. 36995 a 



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37016 



Power (The) of the past; play in 3 acts, by 
W. W. Dubreuil and M. G. Michaels. [34] p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1911 ; D : 24586 ; Walter W. 
Dubreuil. New York, and Morris G. Michaels, 
Brooklyn. 36996 

Power (The) of the press; sketch, by G. Gor- 
don and R. A. Hughes. 10 p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915; D : 39911 ; Gilbert 
Gordon and R. A. Hughes, Sacramento, Cal. 

36996a 

Power (The) of the ruby. See Semiramis. 

Power (The) of the strong; in 4 acts, by 
L. J. A. Mercier. 32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31. 1911; D: 24816; Louis Jo- 
seph Alexander Jlercier, Jladison, Wis. 

36997 

Power (The) of the world; or. World's power, 
a grand spectacular play, by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossy Kiralfy, New York; D:1493, 
Feb. 26, 1902. 36998 

Power (The) of truth; a sensational comedy 
melodrama in 4 acts, by K. M. Jacobs. [80] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Kate Mortimer Jacobs, New York ; D : 
681, July 23, 1901 ; 2c. Sept. 26, 1901. 36999 

Power of vengeance; in prologue and 5 acts, 
by C. F. Schmied. 

© Charles F. Schmied, Allegheny, Pa. ; 
1886:5639, Mar. 10. 37000 

Power (The) of weakness; 1 act play, by Bert 
Aldane [pseud, of I. Badanes] 18 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 29, 1913; D: 32778; Ida Ba- 
danes, New York. 37001 

Power (The) of wealth; in 4 acts, by Howard 
Wall. [95] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Will H. Myers, Philadelphia; D : 1928, 
May 23, 1902; 2c. May 23, 1902. 37002 

Power of woman; dramatized by Mme. Neuvilie 
from one of T. W. Hensaw's stories, by R. 
Neuvilie. 

© Rosine Neuvilie, Brooklyn; 1893:5724, 
Jan. 28. 37003 



scenario of woman's suffrage play in 4 acts, 

by G. H. Westley. 5 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© James Hippisley, New York; D: 15360, 
Mar. 17, 1909; 2c. Mar. 17, 1909. 37004 

Power (The) that failed; dramatic sketch, by 
H. J. Linney. 15 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 24, 1910; D: 22141; Horace J. 
Linney, Clarksburg, W. Va. 37005 



Power (The) that governs; dramatic jJlay in 3 
acts, by A. Prince and C. Clarke. [127] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Adelaide Prince and Creston Clarke, 
New York ; D : 10871, June 28, 1907 ; 2c. June 
28, 1907. 37006 

Power (The) that rules; a romantic drama in 
4 acts, a tr. from the German, arr. and 
adapted by F. Ormonde. 

© Frederic Ormonde, Boston ; D : 1052, Not. 
1, 1901. 37007 

Power within; play in 3 acts, by O. lieonard. 
114 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1909; D : 17151 ; Oscar 
Leonard, St. Louis. 37008 

Powers (The) of darkness; a drama in 5 acts, 
tr. from the Russian of Count Leo Tolstoi, 
by H. von Hagen. 

© Hugo von Hagen, New York ; D : 2245, 
Aug. 18, 1902. 37009 

Powers that be; an American play in 4 acts, 
by A. HopAvoo<i. [161] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Avery Hopwood, New York ; D : 9914, 
Feb. 7, 1907; 2c. Feb. 27, 1907. [Note: The 
Copyright office correspondence for 1915 shows 
that this play has been sometime entitled. 
The franchise grafters; or, The powers that 
be] 37010 

Powers (The) within; a drama in 4 acts, by 
A. J. Ebert. 60 p. 16°. Printed. 

© Arthur J, Ebert, Milwaukee ; D : 14785. 
Jan. 11, 1909; 2c. Feb. 10, 1909. 37011 

Powersham's ward; a drama in 4 acts. 

© J. Alexander Brown, New York; 1883: 
19808, Oct. 27. 37013 

Powhatan; an original operetta, composed by 
A. M. Tyte. 

© Arthur M. Tyte, Riverhead, N. Y. ; 1888 : 
16257, June 6; 2c. June 2. 37013 

Powhattan and Pocahontas; dramatic sketch, 
by R. Peralta-Galindo. 12 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 12, 1910 ; D : 20778 ; R. Peralta- 
Galindo, Oakland, Cal. 37014 

Powwow man; comedy sketch, by B. Gray. 
10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 1, 1909 ; D : 17330 ; Barry Gray, 
Philadelphia. 37015 

Pozzo (II) della verita; allegoria in 4 parti e 
13 quadri, di E. A. Butti e Giannino Antona- 
Traversi. [4], 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 22, 1910; D: 22348; Societa 
italiana degll autori, Rome. 37016 



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37016 



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37034 



Prachtmadel (Ein); volksstuck mit gesang in 3 
akten, von Oscar Walther und Leo Walter 
Stein, gesangstexte von Willy Prager, musik 
von Kudolph Nelson. Regiebuch. Berlin, 
Musicaverlag, 1015. 82 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 1, 1915; Ic. Sept. 22, 1915: D: 
41812; Musicaverlag, Berlin. 37016a 

Practical (The) delusion; tragedy of the last 
3 generations, by L. Rubin. 24 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 14, 1915; D: 40924; Libbie 
Rubin, Rochester, N. Y. 37016b 

Practical dialogues; for school entertainment, 

arr. by Amos M. Kellogg. Philadelphia, The 

Penn publishing company, 1909. 132 p. 12°. 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia; A: 216352, 

Sept. 8, 1908; 2c. Sept. 8, 1908. 37016c 

Practical (A) joke; a farce, by F. C. Griffith. 
® Frank Carlos Griffith, Boston; 1876: 
10938, Sept. 27. 37017 

protean comedy in 3 acts, by H. Le Clair 

and W. J. Russell. 

© Henry Le Clair and W. J. Russell. New 
York ; 1886 : 13945, June 17. 37018 

a protean comedy playlet, by C. R. Warren. 

[11] p. t". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 12, 1912 ; D : 29028 ; Charles R. 
Warren, Philadelphia. 37019 

• • See also Sim. Dinipsey's visit. 

Practical jokes; a farce in 1 act, [by] Robert 
C. V. Meyers. 

© P. Garrett & co., Philadelphia; 1885: 
26497, Dec. 16 ; 2c. Feb. 15, 1886. 37020 

Same, [and] Art and artifice. Philadel- 
phia, the Penn publishing company, 1898. p. 
193-216. 12°. (Dramatic supplement to One 
hundred choice selections, no. 1) 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1897 : 63354, 
Nov. 12 ; 2c. Nov. 20. 37020a 

Practical (A) politician; a comedy in 4 acts, by 
J. A. Flynn. 

© Joseph A. Flynn, Brooklyn ; D : 14360, 
Nov. 23. 190S. 37021 

Prasident Krueger, der Bismarck des Trans- 
vaals; Oder, Die Briten und die Boeren, 
schauspiel in 5 ak'ten, von .T. Worraser. 

® Jean Wormser, Chicago ; 1900 A : 3258, 
Feb. 5. 37022 

Praesidio (The); play in 3 acts, bv A. INT. Kenny. 
[38] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 17, 1011; D: 24225; Amin M. 
Kenny, New York. 37023 

Prairie (The) flower; a modern play in 4 acts, 
by A. Luzzi. [158] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Arthur Luzzi, New York; D: 13137, Juno 
8, 1908 ; 2c. June 6, 1908. 37024 



Prairie (A) queen; an opera of the wilil West 
in 3 acts, by H. W. Hayes. 

© Hiram W. Hayes, St. Louis; D : 3503, 
May 27, 1903. 37025 

Prairie (A) rose; comedy-drama of the Kansas 
prairies in 4 acts, by Edith F. A. U. Painton. 
Chicago, T. S. Donison & company [1913] 77 
p. 12°. 

© Aug. 8, 1913 ; 2c. Aug. 11, 1913 ; D : 34081 ; 
Ebon H. Norris, Chicago. 37026 

Prairie (A) station ag'ent; play in 1 act, by R. 
Scully. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 14, 1909 ; D : 17095 ; Robert 
Scully, Somerville, N. .L 37027 

Prairie (The) waif; a romantic play in 4 acts, 
by .T. A. Stevens. 

© John A. Stevens, New York; 1880: 
11264, .July 22. 37028 

Prairieland. See Hermits (The) in California. 

Prairies (The) Sec History (A) of American 
civilization. 

Pranks; a comedy in 5 acts, by L. Constant. 

© Lilla Constant, Philadelphia; 1873:97, 
Jan. 6. 37029 

Pranks (The) of a little love couple; or, An 
evening" in mythologyland, by C. G. Steber. 
9 p. f°. TjT)ewritten. 

© Charlotte Guelich Steber, Utica, N. Y. ; 
D : 8225, Mar. 24, 1906 ; 2c. Mar. 24, 1906. 

37030 

Pranks (The) of a sailor. Sec McFods (The) 

Pranks of fate; a farce-comedy in 2 acts, by 
T. P. Bayer. 102 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Theobald Percy Bayer. New York; D: 
5450, Aug. 16, 1904 ; 2c. Aug. 29, 1914. 37031 

Prattling- pals; by Searl Allen. 6 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Kresko and Fox, I'ort Jefferson, N. Y. ; 
D : 13643, Aug. 25, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 25, 1908. 

37032 

Prayer (A) meeting at Hilldale. 

© Marv Mav Boynton, Franklin. (). : 1898 : 
010.53. Oct. 17; 2c. Nov. 16. 37033 

Prayer of the sword; a play in 5 acts, by J. B. 
Fagnn. London, Spottiswoode & co., Ud., 1004. 
116 p. 8°. 

© James Bernard Fagan, London; D : 5322, 
July 21. 1904 ; 2c. July 21, 1904. 37034 

Prayers (The) of a day; Persian poem tn he 
played in 1 act and 3 scenes, by G. E. Mur- 
dock. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© le. Dec. 6, 1915 ; D : 42420 ; Gilbert Ed- 
ward Murdock, San Francisco. 37034a 



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37034 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37052 



Preacher (The) and the bear; play in 1 act, by 

R. B. M. Wilson. [2], 17 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 17, 1914; D: 35692; R. B. M. 

Wilson, Chicago. 37034b 

Preacher (The) and the devil; or, The darkey's 
dream, vaudeville act, by H. P. Floyd. [11] 
p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 10, 1912 ; D : 28718 ; H. F. Floyd, 
Tacoina. 37035 

Preacher (The) and the man; comedy playlet 
with a moral, by C. W. Terriss. [3], 20 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1912 r D: 81020; Chas. W. 
Terriss, Chicago. 37036 

Preacher (The) doctor. /See Dick Shaw, the 
fiend. 

Preacher, magistrate and man; or, The witch 
Clarice, a historical drama of 4 acts, by M. B. 
Arnold. 

© Marguerite Beaulleu Arnold. Evanston, 
111.; 1899:35324. May 26. 37037 

Precaution (La) inutile. See Barbier (Le) de 
Seville. 

Precedents; play in 3 act.s, by Max Anthony. 
[37] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 8, 1913; D : 34364 ; Anna L. 
Donahue, Kansas City, Mo. 37038 

Preceding diagnosis; play in 2 acts, by G. 
Katsiolis. 59 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tune 23. 1915; D : 41019 ; George 
Katsiolis, Chicago. 37038a 

Precieuses (Les) ridicules; com^die en 1 acte. 
par [Jean Baptiste Poquelin] Moliere, with a 
biographical memoir and explanatoi-y notes, 
by C. Fontaine. New York, W. R. Jenkins 
[1899] xvi, 60 p. 12°. (Classiques frangais, 
no. 7) 

© William R. Jenkins, New York; 1899: 
45980, July 15; 2c. Jan. 15, 1900. 37039 

-and Les femmes savantes; [par Jean Bap- 
tiste Poquelin Moliere] ed. by John R. Ef- 
tinger. New Y^ork. H. Holt and company. 
3912. xix, 225 p. front, (port.) 16°. 

© Apr. 25, 1912; 2c. May 17, 1912; A: 
312822 ; Henry Holt & co.. New York. 37040 

Preciosa, the Spanish dancer; adapted from 
Longfellow's Spanish student, by Bertha M. 
Wilson, poses by Louise C. Schweitzer. New 
York, E. S. Werner and company, 1911. 22 p. 
illus. 12°. 

© .Tan. 28, 1911; 2c. .Tan. 31, 1911; D: 
23220; Edgar S. Werner, New York. 37041 

costume monologue in 2 scenes, for a lady. 

by Bertha M. Wilson. New York, E. S. Wer- 
ner, 1896. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York; 1896: 
29804, May 15 ; Ic. June 12. 37042 



Precious (The) ridiculous; comedy in 1 act, by 
[Jean Baptiste Poquelin] Moliei-e. [Coque- 
lin-Hading ed,] New York, F. Rullman. 1888. 
15 p. 4°. [French and English] 

© F. Rullman, New York; 1888:27480, 
Sept. 27; 2e. Oct. 8, 1888. 37043 

Precious water; [by E. C. Ehrlich] {In Jew- 
ish child) 

© ,Tune 26, 1913; Ic. July 8, 1913; A: 
338479; Bureau of education, New York. 

37044 

Precipice (The); play in 5 acts, by O. W. Stew- 
art. 68 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1915; D : 41287 ; Oliver W. 
Stewart, Indianapolis. 37044a 



— -play in 3 acts, by T. Hughes and Harry 
Cavan [pseud, of H. Lambart] 126 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 15, 1913; D: 32776; Harry Lam- 
bart, New York and Talbot Hughes, Salis- 
bury, Wilts, England. 37045 

or. The drummer's wife, by Beatrice 



Shephard King [pseud, of B. Simpson] 11 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 7, 1910; D: 20984; Byrdie Simp- 
son, Chicago. 37046 

Predestination; 1 act comedy. Typewritten. 

© Beulah Marie Dix, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
1897:70646, Dec. 16; 3 c. Dec. 36. 37047 

Predicament (The) of Anna Belle; by F. M. B. 
Ruthrauff. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Florence M. B. Ruthrauff, New York ; 
D : 14767, Jan. 7, 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 7, 1909. 

37048 

Predicaments (The) of Abigail. 

© James Madison, New York ; D : 13909, 
Sept. 23, 1908. 37049 

Predicar con el ejeraplo; juguete cumico en 1 
acto y 2 cuadros, en prosa, original de M. Gon- 
zales de Lara y A. Plana Camacho. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espafioles] 1909. 30 p. 
12°. 

© Nov. 18, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17463; Manuel Gonzalez de Lara y Alfonso 
Plana Camacho, Madrid. 37050 

Predigt an die saufbriider. 

© Joseph William Nist, Allegheny City. 
Pa.: 1897:65468, Nov. 24. 37051 

Preferee (La); pi^ce en 3 actes [par L. Des- 
caves] [Paris, Irapr. de I'lUustration] 1906. 
2 p. 1., 81 p. 8°. 

© Lucien Descaves, Paris ; D : 9279, Oct. 
20, 1906; 2c. Oct. 20, 1906. 37052 



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37053 



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37072 



Preferido (El) y los cenicientos; drama vul- 
var o escenas de familia, en un pr61ogo y 2 
actos, de L. Ezguieura. Madrid [Sociedad de 
autores espanoles] 190S. 91 p. 12°. 

© Librado Ezguieura, Madrid; D : 13G02. 
Aug. 19, 1908; 2e. Aug. 19. 1908. 37053 

Preferment; a play in 3 acts, by Wilfred T. 
Coleby and N. McKinnel. [119] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 9, 1909 ; D : 16520 ; Norman Mc- 
Kinnel, London. 37054 

Prefort. See Theatre; [par] Gaston Schefer. 

Prehistoric Mabel; an hysterical, evolutionary 
play in 5 ages, by C. C. S. Gushing. [Hart- 
lord, Conn., Press of Meyer & Noll, 1909] 96 p. 
front., plates. 8°. 

© Charles C. S. Gushing, Simsbury, Goun. ; 
D: 16169, June 26, 1909; 2c. .Tune 28, 1909. 

37055 

Prejudice; political comedy in 1 act, by G. F. 
Piet. [1], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 13, 1912; D: 30838; Gharles F. 
Piet, New York. 3705G 

Prejudice and the butterfly; drama in 3 acts, 

by P. Whitson. [3], 64 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 24, 1912; D: 30086; Pauline 

Whitson, New York. 37057 

Premature (A) moving-; a farce iu 3 acts, by 
F. Weddell. 

© Frank Weddell, New York ; D : 12309. 
Feb. 5, 1908. 37058 



Premature (The) proposal. 
(The) machine. 



See Infernal 



Premature (A) socialist; comedy in 3 acts, 
from one of Ouida's [Louise De la Ramee's] 
stories, by M. I. Todd. [82] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Mary Ires Todd, Los Angeles ; D : 7569. 
Nov. 16, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 10, 1905. 37059 

Premier (Le) couple; piSce en 1 acte, de A. 
Dumas. [1], 39 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 17, 1914 ; D : 36753 ; Andre Du- 
mas, Paris. 37059a 

Premiere (Die); musikalischer schwank, von L. 
Stein [pseud, des Leo Rosenstein] und B. 
.Tenbach, musik von C. A. Hart [pseud, des 
Tbeodor, graf Hartig] [2], 30 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Sept. 14. 1912; D : 30844 ; Leo Stein 
and Bela Jenbach, Vienna. 37060 

Prentice (The) pillar; by G. Eden, music by 
Reginald Somerville. 6 p. 4°. Printed. 

© Guy Eden, London; 1897:53575; Sept. 
24; 2c. Sept. 24. 37061 



Prenuptial reminiscences; by N. Doree. 

© Nadage Doree, New York ; D : 6111, Jan. 
11, 1905. 37062 

Preordained (The) See Basherte (Die) 

Preparing Croary; play adapted from a story, 
by A. S. Monroe. 15 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 32. 1912; D: 29355; Anne Shan- 
non Monroe, New York. 37063 

Presbytere (Le) See Bride (The) of Lausanne. 

Prescription (The); drama in 1 act, by H. A. 
House. 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 26, 1915 ; D : 40479 ; Henry Ar- 
thur House, New York. 37063a 

Presence (The); a play in 3 acts, by A. G. Jones. 
39 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Archer G. Jones, Richmond ; D : 13713, 
Sept. 3, 1908; 2c. Sept. 3, 1908; Ic. rev. ed. 
Nov. 20, 1908. 37064 

Present (The) and the future; fantastical 
drama in 3 acts, by Josef Lateiner. 

© Marcus Finkelstein, New York ; D : 14399, 
Nov. 28, 1908. 37065 

Present (The) day; a melodrama of New York 
events in 5 acts, by H. Simon. 112 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Henry Simon, New York; 1891:13777, 
Apr. 16 ; 2c. May 19. 37066 

Present (A) for a pig; play in 1 act, by Ruth 
Sawyer [i. e. K. S. Durand] [1], 14 p. 4°, 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 25, 1913 : D : 34827 ; Ruth Sawyer 
Durand, Ithaca, N. Y. 37067 

Present (A) for Robbie Delare; by A. H. Grove. 

© Albert H. Grove, Indianapolis; 1898: 

59060, Oct. 7. 37068 

Present (The) moment; a play in 3 acts, by 
LawroMU'o E. Fisher. [84] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Zeflio Tilbury, London ; D : 2888, Jan. 23. 
1903 ; 2c. Jan. 23, 1903. 37069 

Present times; or, Casselton girls, by F. V. Helde- 
raore. 

© Flora V. Heldemore, Phillipsburg, N. J.; 
1892 : 42298, Oct. 19. 37070 

Presented at court; a comedy in 3 acts, by M. 
Madison. 

© Marie Madison, Ghicago ; 1898 : 10066, 
Feb. 7. 37071 

Preserving a Smith; burlesque of shadows in 3 
acts, by R. Woodman. Franklin, O., Eldridge 
entertainment house [1911] 50 p. 8°. 

© Sept. 11, 1911; 2c. Sept. 27, 1911; D: 
25322 ; Rea Woodman, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

37072 



1864 



37073 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37091 



Preserving Mr, Panmure; comic play in 4 acts, 
hv A. Pinero. London, Printed at the Chis- 
wick press, 1910. 2 p. 1., 134 p., 1 1. 8°. 

© Ic. Dec. 29, 1910; D: 22946; Artliur 
Pinero, London. 37073 

President (The); a comedy in 3 acts, by A. D. 
Eugelsman. 

© A. D. Eugelsman, Cincinnati; 1890: 
25607, Aug. 18. 37074 

■ — — a drama in 4 acts, by W. Edgerly. 

© Webster Edgerly, Washington ; 1891 : 
7287. Feb. 25. 37075 

Sec ff/.s^o Chancellor (The) 

President Cromwell. See Cromwell. 

President (The) of the Ananias club; by L. 
Glenmoro. [13] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 15, 1910 ; D : 22295 ; Lottie Glen- 
more, New York. 37076 

President of the pretzel trust; Teutonic mono- 
logue, by William D. Hall. 7 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Clark G. Gandy. Philadelphia; D : 5694. 
Oct. 26. 1904 ; 2c. Oct. 26. 1904. 37077 

President (The) of the 13 club; vaudeA'ille act. 
liy L. G. Miller. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 15, 1915; D: 40947; Lawrence 
G. Miller, Philadelphia. 37077a 

President (The) of IT. S, A. ; book of words. 
© Jennie Palmer Heames, Detroit ; 1889 : 
38351, Dec. 16. 37078 

President (The) queen; comic opera in 3 acts, 
by F. Pv. Batchelder and G. N. Morse. 

© Frank Roe Batchelder and George N. 
Morse, Worcester ; D : 3067, Feb. 25, 1903. 

37079 

Presidenta (La); juguete cOmico en 3 actos y 
en prosa. de los sres. Hennequin y Veber, 
adaptada al castellano ])or .loaquin Belda y 
Vicente Lleo. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
cspanoles] 1914. 103 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Oct. 3. 1914 ; D : 38468 ; Heimequin y 
Veber, Madrid. 37079a 

Presidente (La); pi^ce en 3 actes. par Maurice 
Hennequin et Pierre Veber. Paris, P.-V. 
Stock & cie., 1913. 223 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 15, 1913 ; 2c. Oct. 6, 1913 ; D : 34898 ; 
P. V. Stock & cie., Paris. 37080 

Presidentess (The); a comic opera in 2 acts and 
3 scenes, written and composed by H. Weir. 

© Hamilton Weir, New Y'ork ; 1891 : 11830. 
Apr. 1. 37081 

Presidential predictions; an illustrated mono- 
logue. 

© Bruns and Nina, New York ; 1896 : 42491, 
July 22. 37082 



President's (The) daughter; farce comedy in 3 
acts, by H. M. Brown. [21] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Harry M. Brown, Washington ; D : 2688, 
Dec. 6, 1902 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1902. 37083 

President's (The) messenger; drama in 1 act^ 
by D. P. Dilworth. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 7, 1911; D: 23870; Dwight P. 
Dilworth, New York. 37084 

See also Venezuela. 



Presidiaria (La); zarzuela en 1 actoy 4 cuadros, 
original de V. de la Vega, miisica de Jos6 
Padilla. [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 
1908. 41 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Ventura de la Vega, Madrid ; D : 14680. 
Jan. 2. 1909 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1909. 37085 

Presidiario (El); melodrama en 1 acto y 5 
cuadrus. en prosa, original de E. Mugica y J. 
Villasenor. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles] 1909. 27 p. 12°. 

© Nov. IS, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19. 1909; D: 
17478; Emilio Mtigica y Juan Villasefior, Ma- 
drid. 37086 

Press cuttings; topical sketch compiled from 
the editorial and correspondence columns of 
the daily press, bv Bernard Shaw. New York, 
Brentano's, 1909. 3 p. 1., [3], 45 p. 12°. 

© Julv 9, 1909; 2c. .July 10, 1909; D: 
16997; Brentano's, New York. 37087 

Same. 

© .July 9. 1909; 2c. July 10, 1909; A: 
248238 ; Brentano's, New York. 37087a 

Same. New York, Brentano's, 1913. 45 p. 



16' 

© Sept. 10. 1913; 2c. Nov. 13, 1913; A: 
361161 ; G. B. Shaw, London. 37088 

Pressing (The) club; comedy in 1 act, by P. 
.Johnson. [2], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1913 ; D : 33059 ; I'eter John- 
son, Winnipeg, Canada. 37089 

Pressing (A) matter; [dramatic composition! 
in 1 act, bv Brandon Hurst. New York, Chi- 
cago [etc.]' M. Witmark & sons, 1906. 18 p. 
front, (port.) 12°. (Charles Dickson's 
famous 1 act plays) 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York; D: 
8690, June 13, 1906; 2c. June 12, 1906. 

37090 

Prestidigitateur (The); a drama in 3 acts, by 
Richard H. Cox. 

© James R. Ladd, St. Helens, Or.; 1873: 
12835. Nov. 6. 37091 

See Family (A) affair. 



Prgte-moi ta femme. 

1865 



37001 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37110 



Prete (Un) rendu; comedie en 1 acte powr 
jeunes fllles, par Alexandre Guillet. New 
York, W. R. Jenkins company [10141 2 p. 1., 
[31-16 p. 12°. ( [Theatre pour la jeunnesse. 
no. 131) 

© Sept. 28. 1914; 2c. Oct. 21, 1914; D: 
38643; Wm. R. Jenkins co., New York. 

37091a 

Pretender (The); drama in 4 acts, by J. Staple- 
ton. [1561 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© .John Stapleton, New York ; D : 6463 
Apr. 5, 1905; 2c. Nov. 25, 1905. 37092 

an original romantic drama in 4 acts, by 



Pretendientes (Los); juguete c6mico en 1 acto y 
en prosa, original de E. Casal. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espanoles] 1912. 26 p. 12". 

© May 24, 1912; 2c. May 13, 1912; D: 
29780; Enrique Casal. Madrid. 37100 

Pretending; comedy in 3 acts, by A. Marix. 
102 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 22, 1911; D: 24038; A. Marix. 
New York. ' 37101 

Pretexte (Le); pi&ce en 2 actes, par Daniel 
Riche. [Paris, Impr. de I'lllustrationl 1906. 
2 p. 1.. 48 p. 12°. 

© D. Riche. Paris ; D : 8869, July 26. 1906 ; 
2c. July 26, 1906. 37102 



G. F. Piatt. [1291 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George Foster Piatt. Milwaukee; D: 
2137. July 19, 1902; 2c. July 19. 1902. 37093 p^^ttigst (^he) girl in Paris; by A. Hoffman. 

— plav in prologue and 4 acts, by C. and W. 48 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Aaron Hoffman, New York; D : 15941. 
May 24. 1909 ; 2c. May 24, 1909. 37103 

Prettiest (The) girl in Yorkville; dramatic 
musical production, by H. K. Me<lford. 8 p. 
4°. Typewritten. [Words onlyl 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1915; D: 42384; Haden 
Kempt Medford. New York. 37103a 

Pretty as a pink; original song and dance, by 
T. Granger. 

© Tom Granger, United States; 1874: 
3720, Mar. 24. 37104 

Pretty (The) beggar girl; or. The freaks of 
fortune, G. T. Frederick's play, dramatized 
from his novel having that title. 

© George Tavlor Frederick, Louis\alle ; 
1877 : 2358, Feb. 22 37105 



de Mille. 

© Cecil and William de Mille. Porapton. 
N. J.; D:150. Feb. 18. 1901. 37094 

plav in 3 acts, by Dorothea Du Trois 

[pseud, of L. A. Dutrol [1621 p. f. Ms. 

© Ic. Oct. 13, 1913; Dr. 34738; Laura A. 
Dutro, Los Angeles. 37095 

— or. The imposture, play in 5 acts, by J. M. 
Richards. 

© J. Manger Richards, Philadelphia ; 1881 : 
1859, Feb. 5. 37096 

Pretenders (The); acts 1, 2. 14. 13 numb. 1. 
4". Printed. 

© James Dayton Voorhees, Camden, N. J., 
and John Matter, Marion, Ind. ; D : 6509, 
6510, Mar. 31, 1905; 2c. each Mar. 31, 1905. 

37097. 37098 

by Henrik Ibsen, acting version of The 

Yale university di*amatic association, with an 
introduction by William Lyon Phelps. New 
Haven [The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor com- 
pany! 1907. XX, [81, 103 p. front, ports. 8°. 
© Yale univ. dramatic assn., New Haven; 
D: 101 .53. Mar. 13. 1907; 2c. Mar. 25, 1.907. 

37099 

comedy in 1 act, by G. Carpenter. [21, 

16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 1914; D: 35580; Grant Car- 
penter, San Francisco. 37099a 

modern drama in 3 acts, by V. A. Nelson. 

115 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11, 1915; D: 39959; Virginia 
Armistead Nelson. Nashville. 37099b 

play in 3 acts, by E. C. Bradley. 38 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1915; D: 41774; Ethel 
Corby Bradley, Chicago. 37099c 

See also Works (The) of Henrik Ibsen. 



Same. 
© George Taylor Frederick, Louisville ; 



1877 : 14741, Dec. 18. 



37106 



Pretty (A) bequest; a comedietta in 1 act, by 
Malcolm Watson. London, J. Williams, ltd,: 
New York. E. Schuberth & co., 1906. 20 p. 
8°. 

© Joseph Williams, ltd., London; D:9188. 
Oct. 4. 1906: 2c. Oct. 4, 1906. 37107 

Pretty (The) boy; comedy drama in 1 act, by 
C. O. Amend. [161 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 27. 1911; D: 24788; Carl Otto 
Amend, Columbus, O. 37108 

Pretty, dainty, dashing Paul Clifford; an origi- 
nal burlesque in 2 acts, by J. F, Poole. 

© John F. Poole. New York; 1873:2393, 
Mar. 11. . 37109 

Pretty Dick Turpin; an original musical bur- 
lesque in 1 act, by J. F. Poole. 

John F. Poole, New York ; 1871 : 3524, Apr. 
19. 37110 



1866 



37111 



COPYEIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37128 



Pretty Doris Delaney; farce, by H. M. Marmon. 
5 p. f°. Typewritten, 

© Hilda Monroe Marmon, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
D : 12407, Feb. 21, 1908 ; 2c. Feb. 21, 1908. 

37111 

Pretty Dorotliy's honor; a footlight story of 
the perils of the working-girls of New York, 
by L. J. L. Stilwell. 82 p. f °. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 12052, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1908. 37112 

Pretty (A) idiot; a comedy in 3 acts, by G. E. 
Channfug and C. P. Stetson [i. e. C. P. S. Gil- 
man] 

© Grace EUery Channiug and Charlotte 
Perkins Stetson, Pasadena ; 1889 : 207.51, July 3. 

37113 



Pretty Laughing Water. 
Minnehaha. 



Src Hiawatha. — 



Pretty (The) laundresses of Lutzon. See Ding 
dong. 

Pretty (The) little flirt; a drama in 4 acts, by 
L. J. L. Stilwell. 73 p., f°. Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn; 
D : 12084, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1908. 

37114 

Pretty little rebels; musical burletta in 1 act, 
by M. W. Fiske. 

© M. W. Fiske, United States ; 1886 : 16968, 
July 26. 37115 

Pretty (The) missionary; a comedy in 2 acts 
[bv Charles Barnard] Worcester, 1898. 1 p. 
1., 24 p. 4°. 

© Henry D. Perky, Worcester ; 1899 : 12738, 
Feb. 16; 2c. Dec. 14, 1898. 37116 

Pretty Mistress Baddeley; comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. Fairweather. [104] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Mary Fairweather, New York ; D : 11887, 
Dec. 9, 1907 ; 2c. Dec. 19, 1907. 37117 

Pretty Mrs. Smith; comedy with lyrics in 3 
acts, book and lyrics by O. Morosco and E. 
Harris, music by Harry James. [87] p. .4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Jan. 26. 1914; D : 35785 ; Oliver Mo- 
rosco and Elmer Harris, Los Angeles. 37117a 

Pretty (The) panther; a play, by F. G. Maeder, 
founded upon Ouida's [Louise De la Ram§e's] 
novel of Strathmore. 

© Fred. G. Maeder, New York ; 1871 : 10990, 
Nov. 26. 37118 

Pretty (A) Parisienne. See French (The) girl. 

Pretty (The) peasant; synopsis, by A. Palange. 
1 p. 4°. Printed. 

© June 4, 1912 ; 2c. June 5, 1912 ; D : 29932 ; 
Angelo Palange, Brooklyn. 37119 



Pretty Peggy; a play in 4 acts. 

© William A. Brady, New York; D:1508, 
Mar. 1, 1902. 37120 

Pretty Pepita; a musical comedy in 2 acts, by 
J. Schonberg. [86] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© James Schonberg, New York; 1894:61865, 
Dec. 31 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1895. 37121- 

Pretty (The) pets. See Nobody's house. 

Pretty (A) piece of business; a comedietta in 
1 act, by Thomas Morton. New American ed. 
cori'ectly reprinted from the original author- 
ized acting ed. New York, H. Roorbach, 1889. 
86 p. 12°. ( [Roorbach's American ed. of act- 
ing plays, no. 15]) 

© Harold Roorbach, New York; 1889: 
37511, Dec. 9; 2c. Dec. 14. 37122 

Pretty Polly; a musical play in 3 acts, book and 
lyrics by A. M. Holbrook, music by A. Bald- 
win Sloane. [77] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© A. M. Holbrook, Yonkers, N. Y. ; D : 13097, 
.Tune 2, 1908; 2c. May 27, 1908. 37123 

Pretty pretty; a musical burlesque, by Oswald 
Allan, music by Barrett and Offenbach. 

© J. E. Jackson, United States; 1876:8335, 
.July 13. 37124 

Pretty (The) prince. See Hassanbad. 

Pretty (The) Sabine women; play in 3 acts, by 
Leonid Andreyev, tr. from the Russian by 
Thonia-s Selt/.er. (In The Drama, no. 13, Feb. 
1914; periodical © Feb. 27, 1914; 2c. Mar. 3, 
1914 ; B : 299095, Drama league of America, 
Chicago) 37124a 

Pretty (The) Shakeress; a comic opera, by 
H. C. Wood and L. C. Walter. 

© H. C. Wood and L. C. Walter, Harrods- 
burg, Ky. ; 1885 : 9396, Apr. 23. 37125 

— — or. Love is a game for two, a musical com- 
edy in 1 act and 2 scenes, by H. C. Wood. 

© Henrv Cleveland Wood, Harrodsburg, 
Ky. ; D : 1690, Feb. 10, 1902. 37126 

Pretty (The) step-mother. See Matchless (A) 
paragon. — Shattered (A) paragon. 

Pretty (The) triumph of a sentiment. See 
Congress. 

Pretzel (The) king; musical comedy in 1 act, 
by F. DeWitt. 75 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Ic. June 14, 1911 ; D : 24478 ; Francis De- 
Witt, New York. 37127 

Prevailing odds; comedy of New York's man- 
ners and morals, by Emilio Luzzi [pseud, of 
E. Van Deusen] 5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 20, 1909; D: 17213; Edith Van 
Deusen, New York. 37128 



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37147 



Prevaricating (The) princess; comic opera iu 3 
acts, by J. B. Dorman. [5], 56 p. 4". Type- 
written, [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Mar. 1, 1912; D: 28904; J. B. Dor- 
man, Denver. 37129 

Prevarication; a farce in 1 act, by H. E. Do 
Lasaux. 

© Harry E. De Lasaux, San Francisco; 
1897:19362. Mar. 25. 37130 

Previa (La) ceusura; eutreiues en prosa. origi- 
nal lie L. Pardo. Madrid [SociiMlnd de aii- 
tores espaiioles 1909. 20 p. 12°. 

© Nov. IS, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17406; Leopoldo I'ardo, Madrid. 37131 

Previous engagement; comedy, by W. 1). How- 
ells. New York, Harper and brother.s, 1S97. 
3 p. 1., 05, [1] p. front., illus., pis. 16°. 

© Wm. Dean Howells, New York ; 1897 : 
4555, Jan. 12; Ic. received. 37132 



Same. 
© Wm. Dean Howells, New York; 1897: 



4550, Jan. 12; 2c. .Tan. 29. 



37133 



comedy in 1 act for 1 person, by IV'rcival 

Wilde [pseud, of P. L. Weil] (In Puck, v. 
70, no. 1969, Nov. 28, 1914) 

© Nov. 23, 1914; Ic. Dec. 15, 1914; D: 
39304; Percival L. Weil, New York. 37133a 

Previous (A) marauder; play in 1 act, by II. A. 
Koehne. 8 p. 4^ Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 27, 1912 ; D : 29192 ; H. Arthur 
Koehne, Forest Park, 111. 37134 

Previous prudence; an American comedy in 5 
acts, by F. Miller. 

© Fred Miller, Evansville, Ind. ; 1878: 

14077, Dec. 2. 37135 

Prexy's proxy; farce comedy in 2 acts, by Ilil- 
liard Bootli. Philadelphia, IViui publishiuj? 
company, 1915. 28 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 25, 1915; 2c. Sept. 28, 1915; D: 
41857 ; Penn pub. co., Philadelphia. 37135a 

Price (The); by I. G. Richey. 

© Isabel Grimes Richey, Plattsmouth. Neb. ; 
D:8108, Mar. 5, 1906. 37136 

dramatic episode, by Edward Weitzel. 22 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1911; D: 24669; Edward 
Esmoude, Brooklyn. 37137 

a 4 act comedy drama, by D. D. Cohen. 

© David D. Cohen, St. Paul; D : 12723, 
Apr. 10, 1908. 37138 

in 3 acts, by Anne Page [pseud, of A. 

Moore] [72] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Anne Moore, New York ; D : 13435, July 
29, 1908 ; 2c. Aug. 4, 1908. 37139 



Price (The) — Contiuued. 

-1 act play, by M. Ewald. [13] p. 4°. 

Ms. 

© Ic. May 5, 1913; D: 33196; Mildred 

Ewald, Cincinnati. 37140 

play in 4 acts, by E. Day. 113 p. 4". 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1910; D : 20769 ; Edmuud 
Day, Brooklyn. 37141 

■ by J. Faller. [2], 38 p. 4". Type- 



written. 

© Ic. Oct. 23. 1914; D : 38699 ; Ja'iiies Fal- 
ler, New York. 37141a 

— a play in 3 acts, by J. A. Wcslhaiiscr. 57 p. 
t°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph A. Wosthauser, St. Paul; D: 
14.585, Dec. 21, 1008; 2c. June 28. 1909. 

37142 

— Same. 66 p. 4°. 'J'ypewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1909; D : 17266 ; Josepli A. 
Westhauscr. St. Paul. 37143 

by P. K. Driden. [Ij, 94 p. f. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 21', 1910; D : 22S64 ; I'aul K. 
Driden, New York. 37144 



— Same. Philadelphia, G. W. Jacobs >.V: com- 
pany, 1911. 129 p. 8°. 

© June 20. 1911; 2c, June 29, 1911; D: 
24660; George W. Jacobs <Sc co., Philadelphia. 

37145 



— playlet in 1 act, by L. Albion and D. F. 
I'erkins. [2], 21 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 23, 1914; D: 38291; Louis Al- 
bion and David F. Perkins, Portland, Me. 

37145a 



study in snow in sepia, by J. U. Giesy. 

[12] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 25, 1912 ; D : 29485 ; J. U. Giesy 
and Geo. E. Carpenter, Salt Lake City. 

37146 

or. Let us have peace, play in 3 acts, by 

K. R. O'Hare. 22 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 12, 1915 ; D : 39968 ; Kate Rich- 
ards O'Hare, St. Louis. 37146a 

Price (The) he paid; or, The girl in the heart 
of Maryland, domestic comedy drama in 4 
acts, by Jack Emerson. 40 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915; D: 39779; Jolni S. 
Angell, La Mesa, Cal. 37146b 

Price (The) inevitable; by J. A. DriscoU. 15 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 15, 1912; D: 28316; John A. 
Driscoll, New York. 37147 



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37148 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37166 



Price (The) men pay; play in 3 acts, by Lee 
Wadley [pseud, of P. Hanna] [2], 76 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

I© Ic. Dec. 6, 1913 ; D : 35355 ; Paul Hanna, 
Philadelphia. 37148 

Price (The) must be paid; drama of the 
present in 3 acts, by S. G. Champliu. 66 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© ic. Mar. 16, -1915 ; D : 40011 ; Stephen 
G. Champlin, Brooklyn. 37148a 

Price (The) of a bride; by J. W. Harris. 68 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© J. W. Harris, Buffalo ; D : 6390, Mar. 21, 
1905; 2c. Mar. 10, 1905. 37149 

Price (The) of a derby; a playlet in 1 act, by 

AYilliam John McLeod. [10] p. 16°. Printed. 

© William J. McLeod, Detroit; D : 12493, 

Feb. 14, 1908 ; 2c. Mar. 5, 1908. 37150 

Price (The) of a kiss; comedy sketch, by J. 
Kinoshita. [1], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 6, 1912 ; D : 30188 ; Junichi Kino- 
shita, New York. 37151 

Price (The) of a young- girl's heart; a drama 
in 3 acts, by L. J. L. Stilwoll. 102 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Laura Jean Libbey-Stilwell, Brooklyn ; 
D : 12044, Jan. 3, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 3, 1908. 

37152 

Pi'ice (The) of ambition; a dramatic playlet in 
1 act, by Mrs. M. J. Keightley. 15 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 6, 1909 ; D : 16284 ; Mrs. Merritt 
J. Keightley, South Bend, Ind. 37153 

Price (The) of Christian faith; play in 1 act, by 

G. Kirkeris. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 29, 1914 ; D : 36986 ; Constantinos 
Kirkeris, Chicago. 37153a 

Price (The) of fame; comedy duologue in 1 act, 
by Walter R. Matthews. New York, S. 
French; London, S. French, ltd., 1913. 16 p. 
16°. 

© May 1, m3 ; 2c. May 3, 1913 ; D : .33762 : 
Siimuel Frencff, ltd., London. 37154 

Price (The) of friendship; a drama in 4 acts, 
by A. M. Smith and L. C. Henderson. 97 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Alice Maude Smith and Lucius Cassius 
Henderson, Tacoma ; D : 7185, Aug. 30, 1905 ; 
2c. Jan. 10, 1908. 37155 

play in 1 act, by P. Grzybowski. [6] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 22, 1911 ; D : 24653 ; Paul Grzy- 
bowski, Chicago. 37156 

or, The renunciation, a drama in 4 acts, by 

A. M. Smith. 97 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Alice M. Smith, Tacoma ; D : 13630, Aug. 
21, 1908; 2c. Aug. 21, 1908. 37157 



Price (The) of greed; play in 1 act, by E. Doyle. 
[2], 30 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 16, 1914; D: 35672; Edward 
Doyle, New York. 37157a 

Price (The) of happiness; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by The sisters. 

© Mrs. H. C. De Mille, Pompton, N. J.; 
1898 : 76415, Dec. 28. 37158 

drama in 3 acts, by R. L. Hooper. 134 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 23, 1911; D: 24556; Rebecca 
Lane Hooper, Brooklyn. 37159 

or. The g'irl and the crook, sensational 

melodrama in 4 acts, by Guy Caufraan. 45 
p. f°. TjT)ewritten. 

© Madelon Cauf man, Joplin, Mo. ; D : 10340, 
Apr. 13, 1907; 2c. Apr. 15, 1907. 37160 

Price (The) of honor; a melodrama in 4 acts, by 

•fames R. Garey. [116] p. 4°. T^'pewritten. 

© Walter C. .Jordan, New York; D : 2570, 

Nov. 10, 1902; 2c. Nov. 10, 1902. 37161 

Price (The) of infamy; a melodrama in 4 acts, 
by E. C. Hardy. [62] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Evelina Cooke Hardy, New York; D: 
2102. July 10, 1902 ; 2c. .July 26, 1902. 37162 

Price (The) of justice; a drama in 4 acts, by 
W. S. Lockwood. 61 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© AValter S. Lockwood, Evanston, 111. ; D : 
4569. Jan. 30, 1904 ; 2c. Jan. 30, 1904. 37163 

Price (The) of liberty. See Gertrude. — Wash- 
ington. 

Price (The) of love; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by C. G. Gilmaine. 16 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© C. Garvin Gilmaine, Boston ; D : 7153, 
Aug. 23. 1905; Ic. Aug. 23, 1905; Ic. Sept. 1, 
1905. 37164 



— ■ or. Orphans with parents, drama in 4 acts, 
by I. Solotorefsky. 



r-^'>?',r>- 



"sr.^-it^'^y 



-\VTJ7 ,-ir-N 



INC f^^.£ in 



[124] p. 4°. Mimeographed. 

© Ic. Aug. 22, 1914 ; D : 37919 ; Isaac Solo- 
torefsky, New York. 37164a 

Price (The) of money; play in 4 acts, by Luke 
North [pseud, of J. H. Griffes] 67 p. 4". 
Printed. 

© Feb. 13, 1911; 2c. Feb. 16, 1911; D: 
23369 ; James H. GrifEes, Los Angeles. 37165 

or. The perfect lover, a play in 4 acts, by 



Alfred Sutro. New York, S. French ; London, 
S. French, ltd.. 1906. 2 p. 1., 3-106 p. 12°. 
([French's standard library ed.] ) 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 9367, Nov. 
2, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 24, 1906. 37166 



1869 



37166 



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37187 



Price (The) of peace; drama in 1 act, 2 scenes, 
by O. Oes5. 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 5, 1914; D: 38402; Ovitlia Oes, 
New York. 37166a 

drama [in 3 acts] by A. S. Kiffgs. [1], 88 



p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 9, 1912; D: 29621; Arthur S. 
Riggs, Northport, N. Y. 37167 

Price (The) of popularity; a fifteen nunute 
slietch, bv Mrs. K. La Beaume. [St. Louis, 
Buxton iV Slvinner, 1905] 9 p. 12°. 

© Mrs. Edmond La Beaume, Si. Tiouis; D: 
0933, June 29, 1905 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 19o(j. 37168 

Price (The) of poverty; a play in 4 acts, by E. 
Blanchard and A. Stedman. [141] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 20, 1913; D : 32731 ; Evelyn 
Blanchard and Adelaide Stedman, New Yorlc. 

37169 

Price (The) of power; a 1 act drama, by H. D. 
Cottrell. 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Leopold Cooper, Los Angeles ; D : 9309. 
Nov. 2, 1906 ; 2c. Nov. 2, 1906. 37170 

Price (The) of pride; a play in 4 acts, by C. (i. 
Rotlienboefer. 59 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 16. 1909 ; D : 16278 ; Charles G. 
Rotlienhoefer, Baltimore. 37171 

Price of revenge; by I\Iartin Sabine [p.^eud. of 
C. AV. S. Martin] and Margaret Kilroy. 12 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles W. Sabine Martin. New York : D : 
9808, Jan. 17, 1907; 2c. .Lin. 17. 1907. 37172 

Price (The) of silence; a dramatic episode, by 
Denis O'Hazlitt. [pseud, of G. A. Dennison 
and H. H. Haslett] 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© G. A. Dennison, San Francisco, and 11. 11. 
Haslett, Alameda, Cal. ; D : 8375, Apr. 18. 
190G; 2c. Apr. 18. 1906. 37173 

a play in 4 acts, by Clarence Black. [39] p. 

f°. Typewritten. 

© July 2. 1009 ; 2c. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16363 ; 
Alexander Byors, Chicago. 37174 

by Raymond A. Eaton [103] p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© R. A. Eaton, Denver ; D : 11654, Nov. 4, 
1907 ; 2c. Nov. 4, 1907. 37175 

-play in 1 act, by Paul Prester Temple 

[pseud, of W. W. Davis] 19 p. 4°. Type- 
uyitten. 

© William Whiting Davis, New York; D: 
12545, Mar. 4, 1908 ; 2c. July 9, 1908. 37178 

or, Another woman's honor, a sensati<mal 

comedy drama in 4 acts, by Perce R. Benton 
[pseud, of P. B. Robinson] and Maude Vivian 
Ilarvey. 

© Percy Benton Robinson, Chicago ; D : 
1700, Mar. 24, 1902. 37177 



Price (The) of silence — Continued. 

or, In fortune's power, a sensational 

melodrama in 4 acts and 7 scenes, by Perce R. 

Benton [pseud, of P. B. Robinson] 75 p. 8°. 

Typewritten. 

© Perce Benton Robinson, Chicago ; D : 
3343, Apr. 27, 1903; 2c. Apr. 27, 1903. 37178 

jS'<?e also Darkness and dawn. 

Price (The) of sin; play *in 1 act, by R. Man- 
ning. [1], 4 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 4, 1914; 0:30245; Richard 
]\Ia lining, Buena Vista, Va. 37178a 

Price (The) of the past; play in 4 acts, l.v \\'. F. 
Pfarr. 100 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 13, 1913; D : .'519-17 ; Win. F. 
Pfarr. New York. 37179 

Price (The) of Thomas Scott; play in .". acts, 
by Klizubetli liaker. London, Sidi;\vick i^ 
Jackson, ltd., 1913. 85 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 3, 1913 ; 2<-. Nov. 24. 1913 ; D : 35107 : 
SidgAvick & Jackson, ltd., London. 37180 

Price (The) of treason; melodrama in 4 acts. 
by W. S. Biitteriield. 

© Walter Scott Bulterfield, rohiiuhus. O. ; 
D:479, :May 16. 1901. 37181 

Price (The) of victory; a jilay in 4 acts, by 
A. E. Adelman. 1.30 p. 4\ ' Typewritten. 

© Abraui E. Adelman. Chicago; D : 12775, 
Apr. 18. 1908; 2c. Apr. 23, 1908. 37182 

Price (The) of wealth; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Max O'Rell [pseud, of Paul Blouet] 

© Olga Nethersole. Loiulon; 1899:4384, 
Jan. 10. 37183 

Price (The) she paid; by W. A. Quick. [3] p. 
4°. Tyi)e\vritten. 

© William A. Quick, New York ; D : IIOIO, 
July 20, 1907; 2c. July 20, 1907. 37184 

comedy drama in 5 acts, by E. Hackett. 

142 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 7. 1915; D;. 42438; Edmund 
Hackett, New Haven. 37184a 

a drama in 4 acts, by C. Gildehaus. 

© Chas. Gildehatis. St. Louis ;' 1896 : 47213, 
Aug. 19. 37185 

— —or, The faded rose, play in 4 acts, by 
Aaron Ross and Louis T^ipsky. 61 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 15, 1912; I) : 29366 ; Blaney- 
Spooner amusement co.. New York. 37186 

Price (The) that's paid; play in 4 acts, by C. 
de Lima. 47 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Charles A. de Lima, New York; D: 
14549, Dec. 16, 1908; 2c. Dec. 16, 1908. 

37187 



1870 



37187 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37206 



Price (The) we pay; play in 4 acts, by W. R. Pride and charity; or, A game of pinochle, 

~ ■ ■ * farce in 1 act, by F. H. James and George J. 

Wetziel. New York, Wetzel, Roseuer & James 
[1913] cover-title, 21 p. 24°. 

© Apr. 25, 1913; 2c. Apr. 25, 1913; D: 
33061 ; Fred H. James, New York. 37198 

Pride and prejudice; by Jane Austen, arr. in 
dramatic form, by H. Foglesong. 

© Hortense Fogelsong, Dayton, O. ; D : 1079, 
Nov. 11, 1901. 37199 



Luke. [73] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 16. 1914; D: 36033; William R. 
Luke, Memphis, Tenn. 37187a 

Priceless; by L. T. OUeslieimer. 

© Louis T. Ollesheimer, Detroit ; D : 10992, 
July 18, 1907. 37188 

Same. 14 p. f ", Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1912; D : 29900 ; Louis T. 
Ollesheimer, Detroit. 37189 

Priceless (The) jewel. See Little diamond. 

Priceless (A) pauper; an entirely new and 
original comic opera in 2 acts, words by J. J. 
Rooney, and C. Vv'. Campbell. 

© Charles Welsh Campl)ell and John Je- 
rome Joseph Rooney, Philadelphia ; 1880 : 
24451, Oct. 29. 37190 



Prices; panoramic melodrama, romance imagi- 
nary, by A. Sherwood. Act first, 3 scenes. 
25 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Annie Sherwood. Alleghenv, Pa.: D: 
551, Hay 31. 1901; 2c. May 31, 1901. 37191 

Same. Act first, scene 4r-7. 47 p. 8°. 



Printed. 

© Annie Sherwood, Davton, Kv. ; D : 5494. 
Aug. IS. 1904; 2c. Dec. 27, 1904. 37193 



Same. 3d. act. 

© Annie Sherwood, Allegheny, Pa. ; 1897 : 
21557, Apr. 5. 37193 

Pride; a comedy, by W. Sikes and Olive Logan. 
Act 1-5. 

© Wirt Sikes, New York; 1873:8578, 
July 28. 37194 

comedy in a kitchenette, original comedy 

in 3 acts, by C. Moore. 137 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 26, 1909 ; D : 17531 ; Carlyle 
Moore, New York. 37195 



— ■ a 1 act play of the old South, by F. Dobin- 
son and A. Mathews. 23 p. 4". Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Florence Dobinson and Amanda Mathews, 
Los Angeles ; D : 12336, Feb. 10, 1908 ; 2c. Apr. 
13, 1908. 37196 

— or. The" fortunes and misfortunes of war, 



a new military drama and allegory in 5 acts, 
arr. from incidents of the war and presented 
by members of McLean post. Reading. Pa., 
Owen's steam book & job office, 1870. 49 p. 
16°. 

© James B. Harper, A. H. Feger and J. S. 
Hunsman. Reading, Pa. ; 1870 : 2881, Oct. 17 ; 
2c. Nov. 3. 37197 



— a dramatization of Jane Austen's novel, by 
jr. M. MacKaye. [115] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Mary Medbery Mackaye, Shirley, Mass. ; 
D:3365, May 1, 1903; 2c. May 4, 1903. 

37200 

-dramatized by M. S. Bensley, from the 



novel by Jane Austen. 

© Martha S. Bensley, Chicago ; D : 4140, 
Oct. 26, 1903. 37201 

an original drama in prologue and 4 acts. 



by Davis Risdon [pseud, of Filla Maria Ris- 
don] Gallup, N. M., Gleaner publishing com- 
pany, 1895. V, 45 p. 16°. 

© F. M. Risdon, Gallup, N. M. ; 1895 : 42091, 
Aug. 17 ; 2c. Sept. 10. 37202 

— a play, founded on Jane Austen's novel, by 
Mrs. Steele Mackaye. New York, Duffield & 
company, 1906. vii p., 3 1,, 168 p. col. front. 

8°. 

© Duffield & CO., New York ; D : 9195, Sept. 
24, 1906; 2c. Sept. 24, 1906. 37203 

— play in 4 acts, by E. Marsh. 177 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 7. 1909; D : 17651 ; Elizabeth 
Marsh, New York. 37204 

— - See also Mr. Collins in search of a wife. — 
Our consuls. 



Pride (The) of Amos Gray, 
wind. 



See East (The) 



Pride (The) of Company G; or. The volunteers, 
a war drama in 3 acts, by David Hill [pseud, 
of David W. Hildreth] Boston, W. H. Baker 
& CO. [1892] 52 p. 12°. ([Baker's ed. of 
plays] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1892: 
36089, Sept. 2 ; 2c. Oct. 22. 37205 



Pride (The) of Hensfoot Corners. 
(The) 



See Rube 



Pride of heritag'e; drama in 4 acts, from the 
French, by D. Davidson and Sirs. J A. Dob- 
son. 102 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 22, 1910 ; D : "20542 ; Dore David- 
son, New York. 37206 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



-14 



1871 



37207 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37227 



Pride (The) of 'Kaintuck;' a play in 3 acts, by 
M. W. Brooks. 38 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Mary Wallace Brooks, Grafton, Ontario, 
Canada; D: 12169, Jan. 13, 1908; 2c. Apr. 15, 
1908. 37207 

Pride of Kildare; by J. Walsh. 

© John Walsh, New York ; 1896 : 58415, Oct. 
23. 37208 

Pride of Margarethe Almbach; in 4 acts, by 
A. E. Lyon. [127] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Anna E. Lvon, New York ; D : 7009, July 
22, 1905 ; 2c. July 22, 1905. 37209 

Pride of New York; a musical satire book, 
lyrics and music by Charles L. Young and 
Walter Montague. 46 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© C. L. Young and W. Montague, New 
York; D : 8813, July 11, 1906; 2c. July 11, 
190G. 37210 

Pride (The) of Newspaper row. 

© William B. Lawrence, Detroit; D:3469, 
May 21, 1903. 37211 

Pride (The) of poverty. See Monsieur. 

Pride of regiment; a play in 1 act, by F. D. 
Bone. New York, S. French ; London, S. 
French, ltd., 1908. 2 p. 1., [3]-17 p. 12°. 
([French's international copyrighted ed. of 
the works of the best authors, no. 143]) 

© F. D. Bone, London ; D : 13828, Sept. 19, 
1908; 2c. Dec. 21, 1908. 37212 

Pride (The) of Sunshine; in 4 acts, by F. Lan- 
dis. 63 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 22, 1911; D: 24534; Frederick 
Landis, Logansport, Ind. 37213 

Pride (The) of the Crackerneck; by A. H. Spink. 

© A. H. Spink, St. Louis; D:297, Apr. 1, 

1901. 37214 

Pride (The) of the 19th. See Netta, the 
vivandiere. 

Pride (The) of the plains. Sec Ranch 7—11. 

Pride of the rancho; drama of the West in 4 
acts, by II. E. Smith. 159 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 11, 1909 ; D : 17184 ; Henry E. 
Smith, New York. 37215 

Pride (The) of the Yukon. Sec Golden Butte. 

Pride (The) of Virginia; an original comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by Charles Townsend. Chi- 
cago, The Dramatic publishing company 
[1901] 38 p. 12°. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; D : 1031, Oct. 
28, 1901 ; 2c. Oct. 28, 1901. 37216 

Priest (The); a dramatization in a prologue and 
4 acts, by M. Samuels. 

© Maurice vSaihuels, New York; 1898:20618, 
Mar. 31 ; 2c. May 6. 37217 



Priest (The) — Contii^ued. 

a playlet in 1 act, by J. Hoffman. [2], 12 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 15, 1913 ; D : 32327 ; Jeff Hoff- 
man, Denver. 37218 

Priest and man; by F. Fauley. 

© Finley Faulej', New York ; D : 8232, Mar. 
26, 1906. 37219 

Priest, lover, husband; a drama in 4 acts, by 
B. Whitney. 

© Bruce Whitney, Detroit; 1885:9872. Apr. 
30. 37220 

Priest of France; a drama of today in 4 acts, 
by G. S. McGuigan. 

© George S. JIcGuigan, Youngstown, O. ; D : 
9899, Feb. 4, 1907. 37221 

Priest (The) of Nout. See Pandora. 

Priest (The) of Petersburg; a drama in 4 acts, 
by C. H. King, jr. [102] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Cameron Haight King, jr., San Fran- 
cisco; D: 11178, Aug. 14. 1907; 2c. Jan. 30, 
1908. 37222 

Priest (The) without a parish; by W. Hart. 
[7] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Winifred Hart, Fairfield, Conn.: D: 
4152, Oct. 28, 1903; 2c. Oct. 16, 1903. 37223 

Priesterin (Die) des hbheren lebens; komodie 
in 4 akteu. von Johann de Ruyter. Berlin, 
Vertriebsstelle des Verbandes deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller, g. m. b. h., 1914. 126 p. 

8°. 

© Ic. June 17, 1914; D : 38017 ; Vertriebs- 
stelle des Verbandes deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 37223a 

Priestess (The) of humanity; a drama of the 
day, by J. L. Baldwin. 90 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© James Lauer Baldwin, Indianapolis; D: 
15553, Apr. 6, 1909; 2c. May 10, 1909. 37224 

Priestess of Kama, god of love; by L. Ferine. 
[2] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1913; D : 35064 ; Lolita 
Ferine, Mill Valley, Cal. 37225 

Priestess (A) of Pan; a vaudeville sketch in 1 
act, by llobert lionfoy. 19 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Jenne Morrow Long, San Francisco ; D : 
14108, Aug. 13, 1908; 2c. Sept. 10, 1908. 

37226 

Priest's (The) coat; a modern drama, by Fred 
Fritz (F. G. Parkinson) Whatcheer, la.. 
Patriot press. 

© F. G. Parkinson, Whatcheer, la. ; 1897 : 
44252, Aug. 5 ; 2c. Aug. 16. 37227 



1872 



37228 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37244 



Priest's (The) housekeeper; by W. W. Whalen. 
23 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 4, 1911; D : 25953 ; Will W. 
Whalen, McSlierrystown, Pa. 37228 

Priest's (The) infatuation. See Adeda. 

Priests (The) of the sun. See Montezuma. 

Priest's (The) vow; study of character in 1 
act, by Edward Saxon and W. Cluxton. 13 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

<c) Ic. Feb. 21, 1912; D : 28799 ; Walter 
Cluxton. Boston. 37229 

Prim (The) Miss Perkins; a 1 act dramatic 
composition, by F. J. Beaman. 16 p. 4° 
Typewritten. 

<£) Fred J. Beaman, Jackson, Mich.; D: 
15625, Apr. 15, 1909; 2c. Apr. 15, 1909. 

37230 

Prima (The) donna; comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by I. C. Tichenor. 85 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Feb. 8, 1915; D : 39618 ; Ira Carle- 
ton Tichenor, Los Angeles. 37230a 

a comic opera in 2 acts, book and lyrics 



by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert. 
95 p. 4°. Tj'pewritten. [Libretto only] 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 13940. 
Sept. 28. 1908; 2c. Sept. 28, 1908. 37231 

— • a musical farce in 3 acts, by H. B. Smith. 

© Harry B. Smith, New York; D : 286, 
Mar. 30, 1901. 37232 



— -a 1 act play, by Mrs. Stafford Cooper [i. e. 
M. S. Cooper] [2], 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mary Stafford Cooper, New York ; D : 
10259, Apr. 3, 1907 ; 2c, Mar, 27, 1907. 37233 

— an operatic comedy in 3 acts, by J. E. 



Pereyra. 

© Jules E. Pereyra, Philadelphia; 1894: 
11231, Feb. 22. 37234 

Prima (A) donna and the bell boy; by C. 
Maynax-d. 3 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Claire IMayuard. New York ; D : 3776, 
.Tuly 31. 1903; 2c, July 31, 1903. 37235 

Prima (The) donna and the maid; by L, B, 
Reid, 

© Lillian Berry Reid, Chicago ; D : 10878, 
June 28, 1907, 37236 

Prima donna and the professor; by H. Fred- 
erick and W. H. Conley. 8 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Helena Frederick and William Hunting- 
ton Conley. New York ; D : 5514, Sept. 3. 1904 ; 
2c, Aug, 12, 1904. 37237 

Prima (The) donna and the reporter; an origi- 
nal sketchlet. by F, Tannehill, jr. 8 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Frank Tannehill, jr.. New York; D: 
12365, Feb, 15, 1908; 2c, Fel). 15, 1908. 37238 



Prima (The) donna and the sport; 1 act comedy, 
by Casedy and Armstrong. 

© Casedy and Armstrong, Cliicago; 1898: 
71605, Dec. 9 ; Ic. Oct. 12. 37239 

Prima (The) donna's daughter; 1 act play in 4 
scenes, by Ruth Comfort Mitchell [i. e. R. C. 
M. Young] adapted from a German source 
[2], 49 p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 26, 1915; D: 42089; Julius 
Steger, New York. 37239a 

Prima (The) donna's 
Golden Rod. 



divorce. See Lady 



Prima (The) donna's ruse; sketch, by A. Hein- 
eck. 4 p, f°. Typewritten, 

© Ic, Feb. 26, 1914 ; D : 36170 ; Anita Hein- 
eck, Baltimore. 37239b 

Primal (The) wrong; by C. Yore. 

© Clement Yore, Chicago ; D : 15006, Feb. 5. 
1909. 37240 

Primary, no. 23; Gus Edwards' school boys & 
school girls, in a 1 act musical comedy and 
vaudeville- sketch, by G, Edwards, [3] p, f ". 
Typewritten, [Words only] 

© Gus Edwards. New York ; D : 9419. Nov, 
12, 1906 ; Ic. Nov. 12, 1906 ; Ic. Jan. 30. 1907, 

37240a 
Prime (The) minister; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
A, J, Westermayr. 

® Arthur J. AVestermayr, New York ; 1893 : 
24554, May 20. 37241 

Primer amor; zarzuela en 1 acto. dividido en 
3 cuudros, original de E. Cerda, mtlsica de 
Enrique Bru. Madrid [Sociedad de autores 
espanoles] 1909. 48, [1] p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© Ellas Cerda, Madrid ; D : 15473. Mar. 27. 
1909; 2c, Mar. 27, 1909. 37242 

Primer (El) baile; juguete comico, en 1 acto y en 
prosa, original de E, Jardiel. Madrid [Socie- 
dad de autores espaiioles] 1911, 32 p, 12°, 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c, Aug. 22, i911 : D: 
25004; Enrique Jardiel, Madrid. 37243 

Primer (El) espada; sainete en 1 acto, dividido 
en 4 cuadros, original de Ramon Lopez-Monte- 
negro y Julio Martinez Lecha, musica del 
maestro Tomas Barrera. IMadrid [Sociedad 
de autores espanoles] 1911. 51 p. 12°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Aug, 21, 1912; 2c, Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25042 ; R. Lopez-Montenegro y J. Martinez 
Lecha, Madrid. 37244 

Primer (El) fresco; juguete c6mico en 1 acto y 
3 cuadros, en prosa, original de Jose Romeo, 
interraedios del maestro Quislant. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1914. 40 p, 
12°. [Words only] 

© Sept. 17, 1914: Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38207 ; Jos§ Romeo, Madrid, 37244a 



1873 



37245 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



87262 



Primer (El) fruto; juguete comico en 1 acto y 
en prosa, original de Juan Pinto y Jestis 
Lueugo. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
pafioles] 1912. 26 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. IMar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32578 ; 
J. Pinto y J. Luengo, Madrid. 37245 

Primera (La) centinela; pasatiempo c6mico- 
llrico en 1 acto, y en prosa, original de M. Fer- 
nandez Palomero, mflsica del maestro Pascual 
Marquina. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles] 1914. 48 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
3S200; Manuel Fernandez Palomero, Madrid. 

37245a 

Primera (La) comunion; zarzuela para ninas 
eu 1 acto y en verso, original de Juan Ile- 
dondo y Menduiiia, miisica del maestro Joa- 
quin Taboada Steger. Madrid, Casa Dotesio, 
1911. 29 p. 12°. (Galerfa infantil) [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Dec. 23, 1911; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911; D: 
28080 ; Casa Dotesio, Madrid. 37246 

Primera (La) conquista; entremes en prosa, 
original de C. Arniches y Enrique Garcia Al- 
varez. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
pafioles] 1910. 23 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 6, 1910 ; 2c. Sept. 7, 1910 ; D : 21971 ; 
Cnrlos Arniches y Garcia Alvarez, Madrid. 

37247 

Primerose; coraedie en 3 actes, par G. A. de 
Caillavet et R. de Flers. 32 p. illus. 4°. 
(L'lllustrntion tbeatrale, 8* annee-200, 27 Jan- 
vier 1912) 

© Jan. 27, 1912; 2c. Feb. 14, 1912; D: 
28079 ; G. A. de Caillavet et Robert de Flers, 
Paris. 37248 



piece en 3 actes, de G. A. de Caillavet et R. 

do Flers. Paris, Librairie tlieatrale, 1911. 1 
p. 1., 236 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 20, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911 ; D : 28082 ; 
G. A. de Caillavet et Robert de Flers, Paris. 

37249 

Primeval (The) forest of America. Sec His- 
tory (A) of American civilization. 



Primitive 
torches. 



Christians. fice Living (The) 



Primitives (Les); play in 3 acts and 1 scene, 
by G. K. Murdock. 44 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 15, 1913 ; D : 35342 ; Gilbert Ed- 
ward Murdock, Los Angeles. 37250 

Primley's select party; a comedy in 1 act, by 
W. II. Nichols. 27 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Walter H. Nichols, Monrovia, Cal. ; D- 
15028, Feb. 8, 1909; 2c. Feb. 27, 1909. 37251 



Primes (Los); juguete comico en 1 acto y en 
prosa, original de T. Camacho y F. dePalomera. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espauoles] 1908. 
30 p. 12°. 

© Tomas Camacho y Federico de Palomera, 
Madrid; D : 13601, Aug. 19, 1908; 2c. Aug. 
19, 1908. 37252 

Primrose (The) heart; a drama in 1 act, by 
E. F. Dawson. 

© Emma Frances Dawson, United States; 
1897 : 56985, Oct. 8. 37253 

Primrose (The) path; by J. A. Hart. 

© Jerome A. Hart, San Francisco ; D : 
12765, Apr. 16, 1908. 37254 

— — ^ drama in 4 acts, by H. J. Pullen. 74 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 4, 1910; D : 17862 ; Horace J. 
Pullen, Los Angeles. 37255 



— in 3 acts, by C. B. Price. 

© Clara B. Price, Boston; 1900 A: 27328, 

Nov. 3. 37256 

a merry interlude of the time of good 



Queen Bess, in 2 acts, by M. C. Robinson. 
Asheville, N. C, [Hackney & Moale co., 1909] 
32 p. 8°. 

© July 25, 1909; 2c. July 28, 1909; D: 
16396 ; Marv C. Robinson, Asheville, N. C. 

37257 

•play in 4 acts, by B. Veiller. 140 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 27, 1915 ; D : 40776 ; Bayard Veil- 
ler, New York. 37257a 

— • by M. O. Higgins and H. G. Higgins. 



© Milton O. and Harriet G. Higgins, Chi- 
cago ; 1900 A : 3033, Feb. 2. 37258 

Primrose seminary; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Perlet. 

© Herman Perlet, New York ; D : 3920, Sept. 
10, 1903. [For copies reed, see D : 3300] 

37259 

Same. [lOTj p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 



bretto only] 

© Herman Perlet, New York ; D : 3300, 
Feb. 25, 1903 ; 2c. Aug. 31, 1903. 37260 

Primrose (The) way; comedy in 3 acts, by B. 
Clayton. 

© Estelle Clayton, New York; D : 5492, 
June 8, 1904. 37261 

Prince; comedio opfn'ette en 3 actes, par L. Xan- 
rof [pseud, de Leon Fourneau] [175] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic, act 1 Aug. 8, 1912 ; Ic. act 2, 3 Aug. 
15, 1912; D: 30469; Leon Xanrof, Paris. 

37262 



1874 



37263 



C0PYRIGHTT5D IN THE UNITED STATES 



37282 



Prince— Continued. 

a comedietta in 1 act, by J. S. McQuade, 

© James Samuel McQuade, New York ; 
1899 : 46876, July 19. 37283 

See also Sforza (The) 

Prince Abosholom; or, The rebellious son of 
King- David, biblical play in 4 acts and 10 
scenes, by S. Mencher. 

© Samuel Mencher, New York ; D : 8627, 
June 1, 1906. 37264 

Prince (The) abroad; play in 4 acts, by J. E. 
Raisbeck. 46 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1910; D: 20480; John E. 
Raisbeck, Cincinnati. 37265 

Prince Aguilar; a dramatic composition in 4 
acts, by P. McArthur. 

© Peter McArthur, Amityville, L. I.; 1900 
A : 17590, July 17. 37266 

Prince Alcohol; or, The palace of wines, by 
B. A. See. 

© E. Anna See, Chicago; 1900 A: 17813, 
July 19. 37267 

Prince and players. See Captain Fracasse. 

Prince and proflig-ate; an historical drama in 4 
acts, dealing with the life and death of Prince 
Rothsay of Scotland, by F. M, Franklin. New 
York, S. French, 1908. 4 p. 1., 145 p. 8°. 

© Frank Milton Franklin, New York; D: 
5265, July 7, 1904; 2c. Jan. 7, 1908. 37268 

Prince (The) and shepherd. See King Saul. 

Prince (The) and the Aham. See Four hun- 
dred years. 

Prince (The) and the begg-ar maid; romantic 
playlet in 4 acts, by.W. Howard. [132] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 27, 1913; D: 34555; Walter 
Howard, London. 37269 



Prince (The) and the fairy godmother. 
Cinderella. 



See 



Prince and the lily; comedy drama, by C. Jor- 
dan. Typewritten. 

© Carina Jordan, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ; 1897 : 
40470, July 12; 2c. July 12. 37270 

Prince (The) and the Lord Chamberlain. See 
Mina. 

Prince (The) and the pauper; a play in 7 sets, 
by Mrs. Abby Sage Richardson. 83 p. 4". 
Typewritten. 

© Educational theatre for children and 
young people, New York ; D : 15693, Mar, 18, 
1909; 2c. Mar. 18, 1909. 37271 

a romance in 4 acts, by S. L. Clemens 

(Mark Twain) 

© S. L. Clemens, Hartford; 1884:4402, 
Mar. 1. 37272 



Prince (The) and the pauper — Continued. 

a I'omantic drama of the sixteenth cen- 
tury [in 4 acts] by S. L. Clemens and E. H. 
House. [60] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Edward H. House, New York ; 1889 : 5339, 
Feb. 15; 2c. Sept. 9, 1890; 2c. (In Belford's 
magazine, Dec, 1890) Dec. 10, 1890. 37273 

Prince (The) and the peasant; comic' opera, 
words by F. Maltese, music by Harold Orlob. 
[46] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Frank Maltese. Salt Lake City ; D : 1706. 
Mar. 19, 1902 ; 2c. May 5, 1902. 37274 

Prince (The) and the pirate; a melodramatic, 
romantic play in 4 acts, by A. L. Evans. [83] 
p. 4°, Typewritten. 

© Azack L. Evans, St. Louis ; D : 9411, Nov. 
9, 1906; 2c. Nov. 9, 1906. 37275 

Prince Bacteria; a comic opera in 2 germs, by 
H. McGrath. 

© Harold McGrath, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 1895 : 
14438, Mar. 12. 37276 

Prince Belphegor; play in 3 acts, by L. R. Caut- 
ley. [93] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 28, 1914; D: 35827; Lucy Ran- 
dolph Cautley, New York. 37276a 

Prince Benami; a drama in 5 acts. 

© Henry M. Levy, Elizabeth, N. J.; 1887: 
13542, May 23. 37277 

Prince Camaralzaman; an opera in 3 acts, 
words by James W. Long, music by Henry W. 
Fairbank. 

© Long and Fairbank, United States ; 1895 : 
26348, May 14. 37278 

Prince Carlo; play by J. Strano. 92 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 30, 1911 ; D : 28134 ; John Strano, 
New York. 37279 

Prince Carlos; an historical play in 4 acts, 
founded on Schiller, by E. W. H. Williams. 

© Espy W. H. Williams, New Orleans; 
1875 : 3497, Apr. 8. 37280 

Prince (The) chap; comedy in 3 acts, by E. 
Peple. New York, S. French ; London, Samuel 
French, ltd., 1914. 101 p. 12°. 

© Oct. 20, 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 9, 1914 ; D : 38745 ; 
Edward Peple, Arrochar, N. Y. 37280a 

-an original play in 3 acts, by E. Peple. 

© Edward Peple, New York ; D : 4737. JTar. 
17, 1904. 37281 

Prince Charlatan; play in 4 acts, by R. M. Ster- 
rett. [3], 118 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1911 ; D : 25547 ; R. M. Ster- 
rett, Battle Creek, Mich. • 37282 

Prince Charles and the Highlanders. See 
Rob Roy. 



1875 



37283 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37302 



Prince Charlie in Scotland; play in 4 acts, by 
J. K. Cairns and P. Miller. 15 p. 8°. Type- 
■svritten. 

© Ic. May 15, 1914 ; D : 37149 ; John Rankin 
Cairns and Peter Miller, Philadelphia. 

37282a 

Prince Charming; play in a prologue and 3 acts, 
by W. B. Ewer. Middletown, N. Y., Hanford &. 
Hortou CO., 1913. 48 p. 8\ 

© June 2, 1913 ; 2c. June 3, 1913 ; D : 33395 ; 
William Brooks Ewer, Middletown, N. T. 

37283 

3 p. 1.. 



Prince (The) D'Aurec. frvc 
plays from the French. 



Three modern 



— a plav in 3 acts, by W. B. Ewer. 
34 p. 8°. Printed. 

© William Brooks Ewer, Middletown, N. Y. ; 
D : 4591, Jan. 28, 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 18, 1904. 

37284 

or. The art of governing men, a drama in 



4 acts, adapted by A. Move from a tr. of the 
French tale by Edouard Laboulaye. 23 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Anne More. Polo, 111. ; D : 15341, Mar. 15, 
1909 ; 2c. Mar. 15, 1909. 37285 

drama in 4 acts, dramatized [by A. 



More] from a tr. of the French tale by Ed- 
ouard Laboulaye. Polo, 111., Anne More, 1909. 
28 p. 12°. 

© Mar. 31. 1911 ; 2c. Apr. 2, 1911 ; D : 23943 ; 
Anne More, Polo, 111. 37286 

Prince (The) conqueror; historical drama tr. 
and adopted from the German, by W. Gier- 
linfjs. 2 p. 1., 68 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© W. Gierlings, Boston ; 1884 : 681, Jan. 10 ; 
2c. Jan. 10. 37287 

Prince Consomme; comedy in 1 act, by C. L. 
Pichel. [3], 25 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 24, 1910 ; D : 21868 ; Charles L. 
Pichel, New York. 37288 

Prince consort; adapted from the French of 
Xanrof [pseud, of Leon Fourneau] and Chan- 
cel, by Cosmo Gordon-Lennox. 

© Liebler & co.. New York; D:5993, Jan. 
3, 1905. 37289 

a musical comedy in prelude and 2 acts, by 

O. Weaver, music by R. H. Bowers. Terre 
Haute, Ind., Moore & Langen ptg. co. [1902] 
cover-title, 63 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© Odell Weaver, Terre Haute, Ind. ; D : 
1644, Mar. 24, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 2, 1902. 37290 

Prince Conti; comic opera in 3 acts, by M. Le- 
cocq. 

© O. F. Arf wedson, St. Louis ; 1883 : 2404, 
Feb. 5. 37291 

Prince Cupid. Typewritten. 

© Burton Luther Hall, Los Angeles; 1890: 
27793, 'Sept, 10 ; 2c. Sept. 12. 37292 



Prince Deukalion; by B. Taylor. Boston, 
Houghton, Osgood and company, 1878. 2 p. 1., 
ix, 171 p. 4°. 

© Bayard Taylor, United States; 1878: 
11963, Oct. 17 ; 2c. Nov. 27. 37293 

lyrical drama in 4 acts, by Bayard Taylor. 



{In The dramatic works of Bayard Taylor) 
Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and 
company [1906] 

© IMarle Taylor, United States, in renewal 
for 14 years from Oct. 17, 1906 ; D : 90.54, 
Sept. 8, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 17, 1906. 37294 

Prince Peatherhead; comic opera in 3 acts, by 
M. P. Graham. 

© Mercv Priscilla Graham, New York; D: 
4599, Feb. 9, 1904. 37295 

Prince for a day; play in 3 acts, by C. H. 
Crowder. 22 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 1, 1912 ; D : 30407 ; Clara Humph- 
rey Crowder, Marion, Kan. 37296 

Prince (A) for an hour; or. The hobo prince, 
a sketch in 1 act and scene, by Kit Owsley 
(E. Roy) [2], 35 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Elberta Rov, Louisville ; D : 384, Apr. 23. 
1901 ; 2c. Apr. 23, 1901. 37297 

Prince Fourflush; a nmsical comedy in 2 acts, 
by F. Hunt. [25] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Franklin Hunt, Chicago ; D : 11164, Aug. 
12, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 12, 1907. 37298 

Prince Giglo and Prince Bulbo; a play, by 
Harford Flemming [pseud, of H. H. McClel- 
lan] from a fireside pantomime by INI. A. Tit- 
marsh [pseud, of W. M. Thackeray] 

© Harriet Hare McClellan, Philadelphia ; 
1S89 : 15392, May 22. 37299 

Prince Goldhair and the goosegirl; fairy -play 
in 3 acts, after Grimm's fairy tale, adapted 
for the stage by Anna Roner, music by Hans 
Jelmoli. [2], 44 p. t". Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Ic. Dec. 1, 1911 ; D : 25916 ; Louis Bauer. 
New York. 37300 

Prince Great Heart; or. The little clairvoyant, 
a melodrama in 3 acts, by F. H. Stauffer. 

© Fi-ank H. Stauffer, Philadelphia; 1871: 
11304, Nov. 29. 37301 

Prince Hagen; a drama in 4 acts, by U. Sin- 
clair. V, 104 p. 12°. 

© Ic. June 2, 1910; D: 21240; Upton Sin- 
clair, New York. . 37302 



,Scc also Plays of protest. 



18,76 



37303 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37321 



Prince Hobo; an operatic comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. L. Jansson. 

© Augustus L. Jansson, West Somerville, 
Mass. ; 1896 : 18620, Mar. 25. 37303 

Prince Hotdrops; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. Schneider. Typewritten. 

© Herman Sclineider, Cumberland, Md. ; 
1897:32831, May 29; 2c. May 29. 37304 

Prince Igor; opera in 4 acts with a prologue, 
text and music by A. P. Borodin, completed by 
N. A. Rinsky-Korsakov and A. K. Glazounov, 
[tr. by Helene Harvitt] libretto based on the 
Epic of the army of Igor. New York, F. Rull- 
man, inc., 1915. 49 p. 4°. [Libretto only] 

© Nov. 22. 1915; 2c. Nov. 23, 1915; D: 
42332; Fred Rullman, inc.. New York. 

37304a 

Prince (The) imperial; or, Without a throne, 
a play in 4 acts, by E. T. Emerj'. [131] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Edwin T. Emery, San Francisco ; D : 1459, 
Feb. 17, 1902 ; 2c. Feb. 17, 1902. 37305 

Prince (A) in buckskins; western romance in 4 
acts, by Agnes Cameron. [3], 54 p. 4°. 
Typewritten, 

© Ic. Mar. 18, 1914; D : 36407 ; William 
Francis Burke, New York. 37305a 

Prince (The) in dreamland; sketch, by E. Ra- 
jola. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edmondo Rajola, New York ; D : 11865, 
Dec. 5, 1907; Ic. Dec. 5, 1907; Ic. Jan. 28, 
1908. 37306 

Prince (A) in overalls; original comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by Lem B. Parker. [61] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 22, 1914 ; D : 37929 ; M. M. and 
Ed. Dubinsky, Rock Island, 111. 37306a 

Prince (The) in tatters; a play in 4 acts, by 
P. W. Hyde. [52] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Paul Woodworth Hyde, Pittsburgh; D: 
240, Mar. 20, 1901 ; 2c. Apr. 13, 1901. 37307 

Prince Isaak Melinary; or. The beauty of To- 
ledo, by H. Koch. 

© Henry Koch, Chicago ; 1895 : 7803, Feb. 4. 

37308 

Prince Ivo of Bohemia; a romantic tragedy in 
5 acts, by Arthur Sitgreaves Mann. New 
York, The Grafton press [1906] 84 p. 8°. 

© Grafton press. New York ; D : 9320, Oct. 
13, 1906 ; 2c. Oct. 15, 1906. 37309 

Prince Jean de Verra; play in 4 acts, by A. 
Prescott. 102 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 5, 1915 ; D : 4056 L ; Augusta Pres- 
cott, New York. 37309a 



Prince Kallikrates. 

© Lawrence S. Mott and Philip A. Gifford, 
Newark, N. J. ; 1887 : 15660, June 17. 37310 

Prince Karl; or, The German courier, a farce 
comedy in 4 acts, by A. C. Gunter. 

© Archibald C. Gunter, New York; 1886: 
15807, July 12. 37311 

• Same. 



© Esther L. Gunter, New York, as widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 4557, Oct. 17, 1913. Original entry, 
July 12, 1886, no. 15807. 37312 



Prince La La Go "Willy, 
tor. 



See Royal (A) visi- 



Prince L'Aricia; or. The bandit's struggle for 
a throne, in 5 acts, by J. J. Allen. 

© J. J. Allen, Chicago ; 1889 : 28561, Sept. 20. 

37313 

Prince Lazy Boots; a musical extravaganza in 
5 acts, by L. E. Bates, music by Jack Nor- 
rits.. Tj'pewritten. 

© Lou E. Bates, Brooklyn; 1899:57420, 
Sept. 8; Ic. Sept. 8. 37314 

Prince Lion, the victor; by H. Marcell. [2], 
51 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Henri Marcell, New York ; D : 5519. Sept. 
9, 1904; 2c. Sept. 9, 1904. 37315 

Prince Lothair's revenge; a romantic drama in 
4 acts, by S. A. Wible. 

© Mrs. S. A. Wible, Brooklvn ; 1876 : 2272, 
Feb. 23. 37316 

Prince Lovingheart; a play in 4 acts, by M. B. 
Cooke. [78] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Marjorie Benton Cooke, Chicago; D: 
5084, May 26, 1904; 2c. May 26, 1904 37317 

Prince Lucio; a dramatization, by W. B. Ryan, 
of The sorrows of Satan by Marie Corelli. 

© W. B. Ryan, Indianapolis ; 1898 : 12722, 
Feb. 21. 37318 

Prince Luminius; a play in 5 acts, by E. B. 
Bohan. 

© Elizabeth Baker Bohan, Los Angeles; 
D:5259, Apr. 16, 1904 37319 

Prince (The), Maud Muller, and the barefoot 
boy; an original opera bouffe in 4 acts, with 
original music, by C. W. Wheeler. 

© Carrie Williams Wheeler. Boston ; 1878 : 
11940, Oct. 16. 37320 

Prince Napoleon; or, The fatal field in Zulu- 
land, entirely new and original operatic and 
dramatic romance in 3 acts and tableau, by 
J. Templeton. 

© John Templeton, New York ; 1879 : 10748. 
Aug. 12. 37321 



1877 



37322 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37340 



Prince (The) o' Palazzo; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. T. Caluon. Typewritten. 

© Edward T. Calnon, Detroit ; 1896 : 51209. 
Sept. 12; 2c. Mar. 22, 1S97. 37322 

Prince of Aileach; a drama in 3 acts, by J. L. 
Tynan. [144] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Joseph L. Tynan, New York ; D : 5(X)7, 
May 11, 1904 ; 2c. May 11, 1904. 37323 

Prince (The) of Albania; musical production 
in 2 acts, by C. G. Stevens. [1], 22 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Apr. 24, 1913 ; D : 33060 ; Charles G. 
Stevens, St. Paul. 37324 

I'rince (The) of Albuquerque; or, The queen of 
hearts, an original comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by M. J. Hooley and H. D. Cottrell. 

© M. J. Hooley, Oakland, Cal. ; D : 1701, 
Apr. 7, 1902. 37325 

Prince (The) of Amazonia; American light 
opera in 2 acts, by A. T. Pike. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. June 19, 1911 ; D : 24520 ; Ambrose 
Thompson Pike, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

37326 

Prince (The) of Athens. See Mardonius. 

Prince of Biscay; opera in 3 acts, by W. A. 
Shaw. 

© Warwick A. Shaw, Chicago ; 1887 : 2386, 
Jan. 31. 37327 

Prince (A) of Bohemia; romantic musical com- 
edy in 2 acts, book by G. T. Richardson, lyrics 
by William H. Gardner, music by George 
Lowell Tracy. 

© George T. Richardson, Boston; 1898: 
56683, Sept. 27. 37328 



27 p. f" 



-or. The bachelors, 3 act comic opera li- 
bretto. Typewritten. 

© Anais Redin Moli§re, San Francisco; 
1900 A: 28742, Nov. 23; 2c. Nov. 21. 37329 

Prince of Borneo; play in 1 act, by E. Marcus. 
13 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© ic. Feb. 16, 1915 ; D : 39700 ; Eugene Mar- 
cus, Philadelphia. 37329a 

Prince (A) of Britain; a drama in 4 acts, by 
W. B. Lawrence. 

© William Brooks Lawrence, Toledo, O. ; 
D : 2828, Jan. 8, 1903. 37330 

Prince (A) of chivalry; being a romantic 
drama of the Cromwellian era, by J. S. Myers 
and J. D. Haag. 1 p. 1., 30 p. 8°. Printed. 
© Joseph S. Myers and Jackson D. Haag, 
United States ; 1900 A : 19756, Aug. 8 ; 2c. Aug. 
8; Ic. new ed. Nov. 10. 37331 



Prince (The) of credit; a romantic drama in 
5 acts, by C. S. Bootii. 

© Charles Stewart Booth, New Orleans ; D : 
1896. May 7, 1902. 37332 

Prince of Darkness. See Devil (The) outwit- 
ted. 

Prince (The) of destiny; drama in 4 acts, bv 
S. K. Giiosh. [113] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 31, 1914 ; D : 36572 ; Sarath Ku- 
mar Ghosh, Seattle. 37332a 

Prince (A) of devils; a dramatization in 4 acts, 
by G. W. Ryer. 

© George W. Ryer, Brooklyn ; 1895 : 53252. 
Oct. 19. 37333 

Prince (A) of Egypt; spectacular, operatic, dra- 
matic historical, by W. C. Clark, adapted by 
Dan Hart. 

© Walter C. Clark, South Nor walk. Conn. ; 
1899 : 52364, Aug. 15 ; 2c. Nov. 18. 37334 

Prince (The) of Perrara; a drama in 4 acts, by 

5. Miller. [100] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Sara IMiller. New York ; D : 10287. Apr. 

6. 1907; 2c. Apr. 6, 1907. 37335 

Prince (The) of follies. See Due Verti^e. 

Prince (The) of folly; or, A tramp in Cupid's 
garden, comic opera in 3 acts, by C. W. 
Schoenherr. 

© Chas. Wm. Schoenherr, Chicago ; D : 
8385, Apr. 9, 1906. 37336 

Prince of good fellows; dramatic composition, 
by J. B. Hutchinson. 46 p. 24°. Printed. 

© Mar. 14. 1910; 2c. Mar. 16, 1910; D: 
20467 ; Joe Berklett Hutchinson, Parker.sburg. 
W. Va. 37337 

Prince of Hilaria; by W. E. Danforth. 

© William E. Danforth, Elmhurst, 111. ; D : 
7470, Oct. 28, 1905. 37338 

Prince (A) of his race; by O. Graham. 44 p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Oscar Graham. United States ; D : 7087, 
Feb. 13, 1906; 2c. Feb. 13, 1906. 37339 

Prince (The) of Homburg-, See German clas- 
sics of the nineteenth and twentieth cen- 
turies. 

Prince (The) of insurgents; drama in 4 acts, 
by J. A. Dieffenbacher. 106 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3. 1915; D : 40258 ; Joseph A. 
Dieffenbacher, Oakes, N. D. 37339a 

Prince (A) of knaves; 
acts, by H. Armour, 
ten. 

© Hamilton Armour, San Francisco ; D : 
4348, Dec. 5, 1903 ; 2c. Dec. 5, 1903. 37340 



a comedy drama in 4 
[52] p. f°. Typewrit- 



1878 



37340 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37355 



Prince (The) of men; dramatic playlet in 2 
scenes, by F, Joseph Connolly. [2], 40 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 18, 1914; D: 39130; Frank J. 
Callahan, Scranton, Pa. 37340a 

Prince (The) of Morocco; an opera comedia in 
2 acts, mnsic by Ernest M. Farmer, libretto 
by J. E. Farmer. 

© James Eugene Farmer, Concord, N. H. ; 
1897:43366, July 31. 37341 

Prince (The) of Clam-Kay; a comic opera in 3 
acts, libretto by Miriam Ormonde Small- 
wood, music by A. Gradwell. [3], 40 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Alexander Gradwell, Boston ; 1893 : 4445, 
Jan. 21 ; 2c. Jan. 21. 37342 

Prince (The) of Palermo. See Boccaccio. 

Prince (The) of Palmyra; play in 3 acts [by 
M. F. Gilmore] 71 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1915 ; D : 41371 ; Marion Fos- 
ter Gilmore, Louisville, Ky. 37342a 

Prince (The) of Peace; psychological extrava- 
ganza in 3 acts and a prologue, with descrip- 
tive music, by E. Lambert. [2], 45 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1935; D : 41482 ; Eleanor 
Lambert, Seattle. 37342b 



Same. Newly revised, with important ad- 
ditions. [6], 53 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Ic. July 22, 1915; D: 41283; Eleanor 
Lambert, Seattle. 37342c 

Prince (The) of Pilsen; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, book and lyrics by F. Pixley, music 
by Gustave Luders. [94] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Libretto only] 

© Frank Pixley, New York ; D : 1933, May 5, 
1902 ; 2c. May 5, 1902. 37343 

Prince (The) of pleasure; a comic opera in 3 
acts, libretto by C. B. Ricketts. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Claude Bertram Ricketts. St. Louis; 
1897 : 46943, Aug. 21 ; Ic. Aug. 21. 37344 

Prince (The) of Riplitz; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by J. A. Flynn. 

© Joseph A. Flynn, Brooklyn ; D : 1.3728, 
Sept. 5, 1908. 37345 

musical farce in 3 acts, book by Joseph 

Wallace, music by Jack Tobie, lyrics by Wal- 
lace and Tobie. [125] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1914; D: 37984; .Joseph A. 
Flynn, Brooklyn. 37345a 



Prince (The) of Salerno; a romantic drama in 
3 acts, by J. Barrymore. 

© Jean Barrymore, Pittsburgh ; D : 7189. 
Aug. 31, 1905. 37346 

Prince (The) of styles; an operetta in 1 act, by 
F. Merrill. 44 p. 4". Typewritten. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Frank Merrill, Minneapolis ; D : 16075, 
June 16, 1909 ; 2c. June 16, 1909. 37347 

Prince (A) of Sweden; dialect comedy in 4 acts, 
by Lawrence Russell. [82] p. f°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© C. S. Primrose, Chicago ; D : 7482, Oct. 
31, 1905; 2c. Oct. 31, 1905. 37348 



a Swedish dialect comedy in 4 acts, rev. 

and rewritten by Ezra C. Walck. [68] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Cready S. Primrose, La Crosse, Wis. ; D : 
12506, Mar. 7, 1908 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1908. 37349 

Prince (The) of Taunus; by J. O. Sittinger. 

© Joseph Otto Sittinger, Fort Worth, Tex. ; 
D : 15036, Feb. 9, 1909. 37350 

Prince of the Golden Pumpkin; by C. J. Har- 
ris. 

© Clarence J. Harris, Sharpsville, Pa. ; D : 
7628, Nov. 27, 1905. 37351 

Prince (A) of the range; 3 act romantic com- 
edy drama, by C. F. Harrison. [37] p. . f". 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 14, 1915; D: 40366; Chas. F. 
Harrison, McKinney, Tex. 37351a 

Prince (The) of the world; by Hal Reid [i. e. 
James Halleck Reid] and B. B. Westbrook 
[i. e. B. B. W. Reid] 

© Bertha Belle Westbrook Reid, New York ; 
1900 A : 5803, Mar. 3. 37352 

the great Christian play, by Hal Reid [i. e. 

James Halleck Reid] and Bertha Belle West- 
brook [i. e. B. B. W. Reid] Typewritten. 

© Mary Virginia Westbrook, United States ; 
1900 A : 6768, Mar. 13 ; 2c. Mar. 13. 37353 

Prince of Timbuctoo; a comic opera in 3 acts, 
by S. P. Davis, with music by George Towle. 
© Samuel P. Davis, Carson City, Nev. ; D : 



3834. Aug. 1. 1903. 
6668] 



[For copies reed, see D : 
37354 



— • libretto by S. P. Davis. [76] p. f. 

Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Samuel Post Davis, Carson City, Nev. ; 
D : 6668. May 15, 1905 ; Ic. Apr. 29, 1905 ; Ic. 
May 15, 1905. 37355 



1879 



37356 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37379 



Prince (The) of to-night; a musical comedy in 
3 acts, by F. R. Adams and W. M. Hongh. 
S3 p. 4°.' Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Frank R. Adams and Will M. Hough, 
Chicago ; D : 15025, Feb. 8, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 23, 
1909. 37356 

Prince (The) of Ulster. Sec O'Neill (The) 

Prince (The) of Viana; a historical drama on 
the life of Don Carlos of Spain of the fif- 
teenth century. 97 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© James I. Burr. Laredo, Tex.; D:7096, 
Aug. 12, 1905; 2c, Aug. 12, 1905. 37357 

Prince of Zanzibar; a farce in 3 acts, by C. W. 
Bell. 46 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Internat. copyright bureau, ltd., London : 
D : 5170. June 13, 1904 ; 2c. June 13, 1904. 

37358 



Prince Die; a comedy drama in 3 acts, by L. E. 
Lund. 25 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Lawrence E. Lund. Jamestown, N. Y. ; D : 
3125, Mar. 13, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14, 1903. 37359 

Prince or pauper; a romantic drama of the six- 
teenth century, by E. H. House. 

© Edv.-ard H. House, New York; 1889: 
5340, Feb. 15. 37360 

Prince Otto; by O. Skinner. 

© Otis Skinner, Chicago ; 1900 A : 11515. 
May 7. 37361 

a comedy drama in 4 acts, by L. J. Howard. 



© Lorin J. Howard, Chicago ; D : 95, Jan. 
30, 1901. 37362 

a drama in 4 acts, by J. M. Francoeur and 

W. Steel] . 

© Joseph M. Francoeur and Willis Steell, 
New York; 1896:63203, Nov. 19. 37363 

-a play in 4 acts, dramatization of Robert 

Louis Stevenson's novel, by A. Mulkins and 
M. MacReynolds. Typewritten. 

© A. Mulkins and M. MacReynolds, New 
York ; 1898 : 47339, Aug. 10 ; 2c. Aug. 31. 1900. 

37364 

Prince Petticoat; musical comedy in 2 acts. 
[104] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Allen Lowe, New York ; D : 2363, Sept. 9, 
1902; 2c. Oct. 27, 1902. 37365 

Prince Pierre; comic opera in 3 acts, by S. I. 
Szinnyey. 

© Stephen Ivor Szinnyey, New York ; D : 
6330. Feb. 17, 1905. 37366 

Prince Planet; burlesque extravaganza with 
original music, written and composed by P. 
Gaunt. 

© Percy Gaunt, New York; 1893:30618, 
June 27. 37367 



Prince Pop; a comic opera libretto in 3 acts, by 
J I. Locke. 

© Marshall Locke, Indianapolis; 1S90: 
20499, June 25 ; Ic. June 25. 37368 



Prince Prettiwitz and little Cinderella. 
Crystal (The) slipper. 



See 



Prince (The) priest; a drama in 4 acts, by T. F. 
Langan. 34 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1912; D: 29275; Thomas 
Francis Langan, Chicago. 37369 

Prince pro tem; a musical comedy, by R. A. 
Barnet. 

© R. A. Barnet, Boston; 1892:30667, 
July 23. 37370 

Prince Richard; by B, B. McAvoy. 97 p. 16°. 
Printed. . 

© Ballard Brownlee McAvoy, Trenton, N. .L ; 
D:2224, Aug. 12, 1902; 2c. Feb. 28, 1903. 

37371 

Prince royal; a drama in 4 acts, by W. A. Mc- 

Guire. Chicago, M. A. Donohue & company 

[1905] cover-title, 1 p. 1., 3-72 numb. 1. 16°. 

© William Anthony McGuire, Chicago ; D : 

6284, Mar. 6, 1905 ; Ic. Mar. 6, 1905. 37372 

Prince Rudolph; a romantic comedy-drama in 5 
acts, by O. Skinner. 

© Otis Skinner, North Cambridge, Mass.; 
1897 : 43674, Aug. 2. 37373 

Prince Sapolio; or. The heir, the houri, and 
the height-day clock. Typewritten. 

© Benj. Aymar, East Orange, N. J. ; 1897 : 
9904, Feb. 8 ; 2c. Feb. 8. 37374 

Prince Sidartha, the Buddha; great religious 
drama, by M. C. Benton. Typewritten. 

© Margaret C. Benton, Chicago; 1899: 
5637, Jan. 13; 2c. synopsis Jan. 14. 37375 



Same. [27] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Margaret C. Benton, Chicago; D:1649, 
]\Iar. 26, 1902; 2c. Mar. 20. 1902. 37376 

Prince Sky gate; farcical play in 3 acts with 
music, adapted by A. Flatico. [22] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

"© Ic. Jan. 27, 1914 ; D : 35808 ; Al Flatico, 
Cleveland. 37377 

Prince (The) Soribsky; a new and original 

American opera in 2 acts, by J. B. Selander. 

[104] p. 4°, Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© John B. Selander, Now York; D : 10403, 

Apr. 23, 1907 ; 2c. May 4, 1907. 37378 

Prince Tatters; by G. E. Stoddard. 

© George E. Stoddard, Utica, N. Y. ; D: 
4336, Dec. 2, 1903. 37379 



1880 



37380 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37399 



Prince (A) who would a- wooing go; a fairy 
drama in 3 acts, by O. A. Liljencrantz. 53 p. 
f". Typewritten. 

© Ottilie A. Liljencrantz, Chicago; 1895: 
14112, Mar. 11; 2c. Apr. 11. 37380 

Prince (The) with an evil eye; a drama, by 
F. ,J. Nettleton. 

© Frank Jonas Nettleton, Los Angeles; 
1894 : 5401, Jan. 22. 37381 

Prince Zilah; a drama in 4 acts, from the French 
of Jnles Claretie, adapted by Mrs. C. A. Dore- 

nuis. 

© Mrs. C. A. Doremus, New York; 1885: 
6410, Mar. 17. 37382 

' See also Princess Zilah. 

Prince Zu Zu; a musical comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. L. Slade. [17] p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Anna Lee SUide, Washington ; D : 12384, 
Feb. 18, 1908; 2c. Feb. 18, 1908. 37383 

Princely knights of Character castle crown- 
ing the prince; or. Love's labor for Christ, 
the church and home, by A. W. Conner. 

© Americus W. Conner, Danville, Ind. ; 
1897:47010, Aug. 21. 37384 

Prince's (The) revenge; plot and dialogue for 
grand ballet, by G. I. Colbron. [2], 12 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© le. July 28, 1910 ; D : 21664 ; Grace Isabel 
Colbron, New York. 37385 

Prince's wooing; operetta, by C. M. Blakeley. 

© Clo M. Blakeley, Detroit ; D : 2349. Sept. 
17, 1902. 37386 

Princess (The); by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 
dramatized by J. B. Blwell. 

© Jean B. Elwell, Zenia, O. ; D : 4573. Feb. 
1, 1904. 37387 

dramatized by L. May Haughwout, de- 
signed for amateur presentation and specially 
adapted to college and seminary entertain- 
ments. New York, E. S. Werner, 1891. 39 p. 
12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner, New York ; 1890 : 38411, 
Dec. 4 ; 2c. Jan. 12, 1891. , 37388 

by Tennyson, dramatized and adapted by 

Cornelia MacMullan. 

© Cornelia E. MacMullan, South Orange. 
N. J. ; 1898 : 15376, Mar. 4 ; 2c. Mar. 4. 37389 

drama in 1 act, by J. A. Metcalfe. 23 p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 10. 1914; D:3S763; John A. 
Metcalfe, New York. 37389a 

— a dramatic version of Tennyson's The 



Princess (The) — Continued. 

dramatization of Tennyson's Princess, by 

G. C. Bell. Philadelphia, G. C. Bell, 1893. 

29 p. 16°. 

© Grace C. Bell, Philadelphia ; 1893 : 8528, 
Feb, 14; 2c. Feb. 20. 37391 

a 1 act play, by Francesca di Mairia [i. e. 



F. di Mairia Palmer] 

© F. di Mairia Palmer, New York; 1898: 
46131, Aug. 3; Ic. Aug. 3; Ic. Oct. 5. 37392 

play in prologue and 3 acts, by L. Forst- 



Princess, by E. E. Marshall. 

© Elizabeth Edna Marshall, Washington; 
D : 4751, Mar. 19, 1904. 37390 



burg. 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1915; D : 42177 ; Lillian 
Forstburg, Media, Pa, 37392a 

Princess Alatiel; an oriental mosaic in 3 acts 
and 10 scenes, adapted from the Decameron 
of Boccaccio, by R. H. McLaughlin. [13] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic, Dec. 26, 1912 ; D : 31797 ; Robert H. 
McLaughlin, Cleveland. 37393 

Princess (The) and the butterfly; or. The fan- 
tastics, a comedy in 5 acts, by A. W. Pinero. 
London, William Heinemann ; New York, Sam- 
uel French, 1897, 5 p, 1., 244 p. 16°. 

© Arthur W. Pinero, London ; 1897 : 65390, 
Nov, 24; 2c. Nov. 26. 37394 

Princess and the drummer; a very unique 
Egyptian conceit, in 2 whims, by G. H. Brewer 
and O. K. Bachmann. [76] p. 4°. Type- 
written, 

© George H. Brewer and Oskar K. Bach- 
mann, Chicago ; D : 7459, Oct, 26, 1905 ; 2c. 
Nov. 9, 1905. 37395 

Princess (The) and the pixies. See House of 
the heart. 

Princess (The) and the rose; miniature musi- 
cal comedy in 1 act, by F. C. Harris. 25 p. 
4°, Typewritten. [Words only] 

© Ic. July 23, 1910 ; D : 21621 ; F. Clifford 
Harris and Eddie Jewell, San Francisco. 

37396 

Princess Anne; a mediaeval romance, by G. T, 
Steckell. 34 p. f°. Typewritten, 

© Ic, May 6, 1910; D: 20973; Grace T. 
Steckell, Azusa, Cal., and Clifton C, Osborne. 
Los Angeles, 37397 

Princess Arabella; a burlesque tragic opera in 
3 acts, composed by H, Gerold, libretto com- 
piled chiefly from T. B. Rhodes' comedy, and 
from other sources, by the author, German tr. 
by Hugo Bacharach. 

© Herman Gerold, Cincinnati ; 1890 : 34474, 
Nov. 3. 37398 

Princess (ITie) Badoura; a 3 act burlesque, by 
W. L. O'Brien, jr, [61] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© William L. O'Brien, jr., Minneapolis ; 
1892 : 12426, Mar. 21 ; 2c. Mar, 21, 37399 



1881 



37400 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37422 



Princess Beggar; musical comedy in 2 acts, 
book and Ivrics by Edward Paulton, music by 
Alfred G. Robyn. [144] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten, [Libretto only] 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York ; D : 7839, 
Jan. 12, 1906; 2c. Jan. 11, 1906. 37400 

Princess Blanche of Navarre; a romantic 
drama in 4 acts, by G. Rice. 

•© Graham Rice, New York; D:161. Feb. 

21, 1901. 37401 

Princess Caprice; new musical play in 3 acts, 
book by Ernest Welisch and Rudolph Eernauer. 
Englisli version by Alex. M. Thompson, lyrics 
by A. Scott Craven, Harry Beswick and Percy 
Greenbank, music by Leo Fall. Book of 
lyrics. London. New York, [etc.] Chappell & 
CO., ltd., 1912. 38 p. 8°. 

© May 13, 1912; 2c. May 14, 1912; D: 
29668; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 37402 

Princess (The) Chic; a comic opera in 3 acts, 
by K. La Shelle. Typewritten. 

© Kirke La Shelle, New York ; 1899 : 85512, 
Dec. 26 ; 2c. Dec. 26. 37403 

Princess (The) Chimay; by E. F. Andrews. 
© Edward F. Andrews, Detroit; 1897: 
26757, May 1. 37404 

Princess (The) Chrysalline; or, The Maiden 
who couldn't laugh, by S. E. S. [pseud, of Mrs. 
S. E. Sells] St. Louis, Little & Becker, 1882. 
38 p. 8°. 

© Mrs. S. E. Sells, St. Louis; 1882:1973, 
Feb. 6; 2c. Feb. 27. 37405 

Princess (The) Chuck; a romantic play in 4 
acts, by E. J. Swartz. 

© Edward J. Swartz, Philadelphia; 1882: 
17276, Oct. 17. 37406 

Princess Cleo; a musical comedy in 2 acts and 
3 scenes, by A. Glassmire, music by Harry P. 
Small. [2], 84 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Albert Glassmire, Philadelphia ; D : 6521. 
Apr. 15, 1905; 2c. Apr. 15, 1905. 37407 

Princess Colonna; drama in 3 acts, by P. Rai- 
mondo. [5], 116 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 16, 1910; D: 21353; Philip 

Raimondo, New York. 37408 

Princess Coronini; or. King Zindl, a drama of 

European life to-day in 5 acts, by A. C. 

Ketchum. 

© Annie Chambers Ketchum, Louisville; 
1891 : 3268, Jan. 22. 37409 

Princess Cosimo; play in 4 acts, by G. Nird- 
linger. [137] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1913 ; D : 35281 ; Charles Nird- 
linger, New York. 37410 

Princess d' auberge. See alno Princesse d' 
auberge. 



Princess (The) Delmar; a Russian society 
drama in 5 acts, by L. Spencer. 

© Lillian Spencer, Pittsburgh ; 1887 : 12356. 
May 10. 37411 

Princess (The) dines; by M. T. Harding. 17 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Mable Traer Harding, Denver ; D : 6220. 
Jan. 27, 1905; 2c. Mar. 13, 1905. 37412 

Princess Duschinka; play in 5 acts and 7 tab- 
leaux, by A. Corbett. 

© Adolphe Corbett, New York ; 1881 : 5^68, 
Apr. 13. 37413 

Princess (The) Elizabeth; a romantic comedy 
drama in 4 acts, by R. Lorraine. [60] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Rhe Lorraine, New York ; D : 9787, Jan. 
14, 1907; Ic. Jan. 14, 1907. 37414 

Princess (The) Far Away. See Princesse 
(La) Lointaine. 

Princess Fedalma; play in 5 acts, by L. J. 
Gallup, dramatized from The Spanish gypsy. 
- by George Eliot. 96 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 19. 1910; D : 20242 ; Lillian J. 
Gallup, Indianapolis. 37415 

Princess (The) girl; musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by Theo R. Marsters. 61, [2] p. t\ Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. May 25, 1911 ; D : 24282 ; Mrs. W. G. 
Marsters, Peoria, 111. 37416 

Princess Goo-Goo; or. The fakir and the 
foundling, a farcical operetta in 2 acts, book 
and lyrics by G. L. Tracy, music by Richard 
H. Cosby. 

© George Lowell Tracy, Boston; D:4326, 
Nov. 28, 1903. 37417 

Princess Gudrun; a drama. 

© Annie ]\Iartha Pope, Waltham, Mass. ; 
1891 : 4177, Jan. 29. 37418 

Princess Gwen; a comic opera, by W. C. G. 
Wilson and A. B. Benedict. 

© William Charles Gordon Wilson and 

Allan Boyer Benedict, Chicago ; D : 7364, Oct. 

6, 1905. • 37419 

Princess (The) Hermine; a romantic comedy 

drama in 3 acts and a prologue, by F. Rider. 

© Fremont Rider, Nyack, fJ. Y. ; D : 14723, 

Jan. 2, 1909. 37420 

Princess (A) in pawn; by J. Villars. 

© Jessie Villars, New York; D: 13099, June 

2, 1908. 37421 

Princess Irina; drama in 4 acts, after Turge- 

niev's novel Smoke, by I. Badanes and M. 

Katz. 73 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ida Badanes and M. Katz, New York; 
D : 14453, Dec. 4, 1908 ; 2c. Jan. 9, 1909. 37422 



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37441 



Princess (The) Irnia. 
princess. 



See Egyptian (The) 



Princess (The) Isabel; original Christmas play 
for children, by F. H. Yeo. [6], 17 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 5, 1914; D: 37817; Frank H. 
Yeo, North Bergen, N. J. 37422a 

Princess Isabell; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by 
P. Woolf. 

© Philip Woolf, New York ; D : 3226, Apr. 2. 
1903. 37423 

Princess Kiku; a Japanese romance, a play for 
girls, by M. F. Hutchinson. New York, Dick 
& Fitzgerald, 1903. 39 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York ; D : 3653, 
June 26, 1903; 2c. July 25, 1903. 37424 

Princess Kiretchjian; or. The little American 
boss, [play in 1 act, by] A. Brugard. 23 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 14, 1912 ; D : 29667 ; Adrienue 
Brugard, New York. 37425 

Princess Ko-ket; or, The happy man of Pun- 
jaubi, comic opera in 2 acts, by H. Bruns- 
wick. 

© Herman Brunswick, Buffalo ; 1891 : 4285. 
Jan. 30. 37426 

Princess (The) Leila; or. The peri and the 
nightingale, an original play in 4 acts, by 0. 
.Jordan. [93] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Carina .Jordan, Mount Vernon, N. Y. ; D : 
2293, Sept. 4, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 3, 1902. 37427 

Princess Lolypop; by M. C. McNeill. 

© M. C. McNeill, Cornwall, N. Y. ; 1894: 
50760, Oct. 31. 37428 

Same. 42 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Margarita C. McNeill. New York; D: 
3750, July 22, 1903 ; 2c. June 26, 1903. 37429 

Princess Louise; by J. M. Clarlve. 

© Josephine IMiller Clarke, West Orange. 
N. J. ; D : 3602, June 15, 1903. 37430 

Princess (The) Lulu; musical comedy in 2 acts, 
book and lyrics by J. W. IMusgrove, music by 
.Cheerful Willoughby. [2]. 82 p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. June 5, 1914; D : 37232 ; James W. 
Musgrove, Stapleton, N. J. 37430a 

Princess Maleine. See Plays (The) of Maurice 
Maeterlinck. 

Princess Mary quite contrary; play in 1 act, 
by Mildred A. Ewald. 31 p. 4°. Ms. 

© Ic. June 16, 1915; D: 40963; Millie 
Ewald, Cinciimati. 37430b 

Princess Moss Rose. See Festival plays. 



Princess Musume; a 4 act comedy, by William 
Henry Shelton and Genjiro Yeto. [70] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© W. H. Shelton and G. Yeto, New York; 
D: 9626, Dec. 1, 1906; 2c. Dec. 1, 1906. 37431 

Princess (The) Nadine; a play in 4 acts, by 
F. C. Tiernan. 

© Frances C. Tiernan, Salisbpry, N. C. ; 
D : 1162, Dec. 9, 1901. 37432 

Princess of Ahlden; play in 4 acts, by E. 
Macvane. [110] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Edith Macvane, Cambridge, Mass. ; D : 
5315, July 19, 1904 ; 2c. July 19, 1904. 37433 



Princess (The) of China. 
Princess (The) of Egypt. 



See Turandot. 
iS'ee Open sesame. 



Princess (A) of Erie; by Henry Guy Carlton. 

© Daniel Frohman, New York ; 1889 : 38292, 
Dec. 16. 37434 

Princess (The) of Ethiopia; a play in 5 acts, 
dramatized and arr. from the novel of Helio- 
dorus, by S. Howell. 

© S. Howell, New Orleans ; 1873 : 11314, 
Oct. 3. 37435 

Princess (A) of Java; a play of eastern life in 

3 acts, Mrs. S. J. Higginson's story drama- 
tized by S. J. Higginsou and A. R. Matthews. 

© Agnes R. Matthews, Chicago; 1893: 
50441, Nov. 13. 37436 

Princess (A) of Kensington; a new and origi- 
nal comic opera in 2 acts, written by Basil 
Hood composed by Edward German. London. 
Chappell & CO., ltd., 1903. 70 p. 8°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Chappell & CO.. London ; D : 2889, Jan. 
23, 1903 ; 2c. Jan. 23, 1903, 37437 

Princess (The) of Madagascar; an aboriginal 
operetta, by Gulick and Comstock. 

© John H. Haverly, New York ; 1883 : 21864. 
Nov. 26. 37438 

Princess of Panama; [play in 2 pts.] by 
Humphreys and Gorton. 10 p. 12''. Printed. 

© George W. Gotthold, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ; 
D : 5175, June 14, 1904 ; 2c. June 21, 1904. 

37439 

Princess (The) of Paris; romantic drama in 3 
acts, by Jean Barrymore. 78 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© United amusement co., Erie, Pa. ; D : 
8521, May 14, 1906; 2c. June 29, 1906. 

37440 

Princess (The) of patches; a comedy drama in 

4 acts, by M. E. Swan. 

© Mark E. Swan, United States; 1896: 
14681, Mar. 6. 37441 



1883 



37442 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37459 



/ 



Princess (The) of patches — Continued. 

Same. Typewritten. 

© Mark E. Swan, New York ; 1898 : 64374, 
Nov. 2 ; 2c. Nov. 2. 37442 

Princess of Porcelain; a fantastic comic opera 
in 3 acts, words and music by J. F. Cook. 

© James Francis Cook, Brooklyn ; D : 5580. 
Sept. 29, 1904. 37443 

Princess (The) of Rag-bag; comedy in 1 act, 
by W. Courtright and G. Tatcher. 

© Wm. Courtright and Geo. Tatcher, 

United States ; 1881 : 16172, Oct. 19. 37443a 

Princess (A) of Russia; drama, in 5 acts and 6 
tableaux, by M. L. Johnson. [8], 120 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Martha Lafhtte Johnson, Philadelphia ; 
1882 : 12342, July 26 ; 2c. July 24, 1884. 37444 

Princess of the inn. See Princess d'auberge. 

Princess (The) of the Pawnees; a drama in 4 
acts, by William Leach. [42] 1. f". Mimeo- 
graphed. 

© July 2, 1909; 2c. July 26, 1909; D: 
1G364; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 37445 

Princess of the wilds; a romance in 4 acts, by 
L. W. Spencer. [94] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Lillian White Spencer, New York; D: 
7264, Sept. 15, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 15, 1905. 37446 

Princess (The) of thieves; in 3 acts, by Mizzi 
Hajos and F. Wright, jr. 87 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 23, 1911 ; D : 25891 ; Fred Wright, 
jr.. New York. 37447 

Princess (A) of Thule; Sheila, the maid of 
the Hebrides, a drama in 5 acts, by J. S. 
Houghton, on the basis of the novel by Wil- 
liam Black. 

© J. S. Houghton, Philadelphia ; 1874 : 1743. 
Feb. 16. 37448 

Princess Olive; a comic opera in 2 acts, book 
and lyrics by Chas. S. Adelmim and I. L. 
Blumenstock, music by Ben M. Jei'ome. [2], 
85 p. f°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© C. S. Adelman, I. L. Blumenstock and 
B. M. Jerome, New York; D : 6582, April 10. 
1905; 2c. Mar. 27, 1905. 37449 

Princess Osra; romantic opera in 3 acts, words 
by Maurice Beronger, English adaptation by 
R. H. Elkin, music by Herbert Bunning. [2] 
48 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Enoch & sons, London ; D : 2092, July 7. 
1902; 2c. July 7, 1902. 37450 

See also Princesse (La) Osra. 



Princess (The) O'Toole. See Eithne. 



Princess Paoletta; a legend of the Moors in 
Spain, opera in 4 acts, by P. Jones. 21 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Oct. 28, 1909 ; D : 17209 ; Paul Jones, 
Cincinnati. 37451 

Princess Pretense; a drama in 3 acts, by B. R. 
McKee. [72] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Belle Rosalie McKee, Tacoma ; D : 12251. 
Jan. 27, 1908; 2c. May 4, 1908. 37452 

Princess Pruna. See Honeymoon (A) on a 
cannibal island. 

Princess Redcheek; opera in 2 acts, by R. Wind. 
[1], 74 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1915; D : 41393 ; Regina 
Wind, New York. 37452a 

Princess Romanoff; drama adapted from the 
French of Victorien Sardou's famous novel. 
Fedora, in 5 acts, by Joseph H. Trant. [14] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mav 10, 1915; D : 40609 ; Wm. Fox, 
N^w York. 37452b 

Princess Rosebud; an extravaganza in 3 acts, 
by Charles Bradley and AVill R. Wilson, with 
music by Percy Gaunt. 

© H. C. Bruere & co.. New York; 1895: 
37461, July 19. 37453 

Princess (The) royal; a romantic play in 4 
acts, by A. Daly. 

© Augustin Daly, New York ; 1875 : 1366, 
Feb. 13. 37454 

Princess Runaway among the Yama Yamas; 
a play. 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York ; D : 13396, 
July 22, 1908. 37455 

Princess Sachinka; or. The consul's daughter, 
a drama in 4 acts and 7 tableaux. 

© Brentano bros.. New York ; 1886 : 10737, 
May 5. 37456 

Princess Sally; -a musical play in 2 acts, book 
by A. L. Weir, lyrics and music by F. A. Bohn- 
horst. [2], 19 p. t\ Typewritten. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Arthur L. Weir, Springfield, 111.; D: 
15570, Apr. 8, 1909 ; 2c. Apr. 8, 1909. 37457 

Princess Salome. See Sultan's (The) daugh- 
ter. 

Princess (The) Snow- White; musical play in 
3 acts, dramatized fi"om (Jrimm's Fairy tales, 
by I. Lowden. [2], 37 p. 8'. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1912; D: 31018; Isabel Low- 
den, Omaha. Nel). 37458 

Princess Snow-White and the seven dwarfs; 
a fairy-tale comedy in 5 acts, tr. after th;> 
German of Gih-ner. 

© Regina Wind, Cleveland; 1895:35270. 
July 6. 37459 



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37460 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37475 



Princess (The) Tai; or, A china tea set, a de- 
coction drawn in 2 acts, by M. S. Frothing- 
hani, with original dances, ballet and marches, 
arr. by Jacob Mahler. Saratoga Springs, Sara- 
toga book and job print, 1SS7. cover-title, 
14 p. 8°. 

© Meredith S. Frothingham, Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. ; 1887:20471, Aug. 11; 2c. 
Aug. 20. 37460 

Princess Tartaroff; a historical drama in 4 acts, 
by T. E. Conterno and R. M. Whitehead. 

© Theodore E. Conterno, P>rooklyu, and 
Ralph M. Whitehead, New York ; 1897 : 22563, 
Apr. 10. 37461 

Princess (The) Thistledown; an operetta in 2 
acts, by A. C. D. Riley. [2], 30 p. f°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Sept. 16, 1912 ; D : 30853 ; Alice C. D. 
Riley, Evanston, 111. 37463 

Princess Toto; comic opera in 3 acts, by W. S. 
Gilbert and Frederic Clay. [62] p. 4°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Richard Suvdam Grant, United States; 
1880 : 372, Jan. 6 ; 2c. Jan. 6. 37463 

Princess (The) Tresaldie. Sec Cranks. 

Princess (The) Venus; comic opera in 3 acts, 
by S. Beebe. [71] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Ic. July 27, 1912 ; D : 30360 ; Stuart Beebe, 
Flushing, N. Y. 37464 

Princess Yolande and the Greenwood knight; 
by A. Blanchard. 

© Arthur Blanchard, Cambridge. Mass. ; 
D : 7528, Nov. 7. 1905. 37465 

Princess Zilah; a drama in 4 acts, from Jules 
Claretie's novel Prince Zilah. dramatized and 
adapted by Mrs. Ghas. A. Dorennis. 

© Mrs. C. A. Doremus. New York; 1885: 
6411, Mar. 17. 37466 

Princess Zim-Zim; play in 4 acts, by 111. Shel- 
don. [239] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1911 ; D : 25726 ; Edward Shel- 
don, % Alice Kauser, New York. 37467 

Princesse d'auberge (Princess of the inn); 
opera in 3 acts and 4 scenes, words by Nestor 
de Tiere, music by Jan Blockx, English ver- 
sion by Charles Alfred Bvrne. New York, 
C. E. Burden, 1908. 45 p. 4°. [Libretto 
only. French and English] 

© Charles E. Burden, New York ; D : 13907, 
Sept. 16, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 10, 1908. 37468 

Princesse (La) de Trebizonde. See Queerest 
(The) courtship. 

Princess Emeraude- See Draines et comedies; 
par Marguerite Dupres. 



Princesse (La) Georges; a drama In 3 acts, by 
M. Hernulewicz. 

© Marguerite Hernulewicz, New York; 
1872 : 3933, Apr. 15. 37469 

Princesse (La) Lointaine; par Edmond Rostand, 
ed. with introduction and notes, by J. L. 
Borgerhoff. Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 1909. 
xvii, 161 p. 16°. 

© D. G. Heath & co., Boston;' 1909 A: 
237561, Apr. 24, 1909; 2c. Apr. 24, 1909. 

37469a 



piece en 4 actes, en vers, par Edmond 

Rostand. Paris, P. Lafitte & co., 1911. 124 p. 

4°. 

© July 28, 1911; 2c. Aug. 19, 1911; D: 
24977 ; Pierre Lafitte & CO., Paris. 37470 

(The Princess Far Away); a play in 4 acts, 

by Edmond Rostand, tr. by Charles Renauld. 
New York, F. A. Stokes co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 
[iii]-iv. p., 1 I., 110 p. front, (port) 12°. 

© Frederick A. Stokes co.. New York ; 1899 : 
42899, July 1; 2c. Sept. 12. 37471 

Princesse (La) Osra; opera romantique en 3 
• iictes, po&me de Maurice Berenger. musique de 
Herbert Bunning. [2], 49 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Libretto only] 

© Enoch & sons, London ; D : 2091, July 7, 
1902 ; 2c. July 7, 1902. 37472 

See also Princess Osra. 

Princesses (The); a play for children, by L. De- 

benham. New York, Samuel French ; London, 

Samuel French, ltd. 

© T. H. French, New York; 1899:62627. 
Sept. 27; 2c. Nov. 17. 37473 

Princezna Hyacinta; groteskul baletnl panto- 
mima o tfech dejstvlch a sedmi obrazech, nap- 
sal Ijadislav Novak, hudbu slozil Oskar Ned- 
bal, choreograficky uspofildal Achille Viscusi. 
Praha-Tiipsko, NTikladem M, Urbanka [1911] 
42 p. 8°. 

© Aug. 29, 1911 ; 2c. Dec. 1. 1911 ; D : 26021 ; 
Mojniir Urbanek, Prague, Austria. 37474 
Principe (El) Boheniio; opereta en 1 acto y 4 
cuadros, original de M. Merino y M. G[onzdlez] 
de Lara, mtisica del maestro Millan. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1914. 34 p. 
pis. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Mar. 15, 1915; Ic. Mar. 17, 1915; D: 
40083; Manuel Merino y Manuel G. de Lara. 
Madrid. 37474a 

Principe (El) caste; zarzuela comica en 1 acto, 
dividido en 6 cuadros, original, libro y mtisica 
de los sres. [Carlos] Arniches. [Enrique] 
Garcia Alvarez y Quinito Valverde. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1912. 47 p. 
12°. [Libretto only] 

© May 24, 1912; 2c. May 13, 1912; D: 
29772; Arniches y Garcia Alvarez, Madrid. 

37475 



1885 



37476 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37492 



Principe (El) celoso; humorada en 1 acto, divi- 
dido en 4 cuadros, en prosa, adaptacion de 
una obra extranjera por Antonio Soler y 
Emilio Mugica, musica del maestro Padilla. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1912. 
46 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Mar. 6, 1913 ; 2c. Mar. 7, 1913 ; D : 32562 ; 
A. Soler y E. Mugica, Madrid. 37476 

Principe (El) Don Bias. See Cancion (La) de 
la gitana. 

Principe (El) que todo lo aprendio en los lib- 
ros; comedia en 2 actos y 7 cuadros, original 
de J. Benavente. Madrid, Artes graficas Ma- 
teu, 1910. 75 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 1, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 21, 1911 ; D : 28050 ; 
Jacinto Benavente, Madrid. 37477 

Principe (El) real; zarzuela comica en 1 acto, 
dividido en 3 cuadros, en prosa y verso, origi- 
nal de [Diego] Jimenez-Prieto y [Rogelio] 
Perez Olivares, mtisica del maestro Gimenez. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1907. 
44 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Jimenez Prieto y Perez Olivares, Madrid ; 
D : 10313, Apr. 10, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 9, 1907. 

37478 

Principe (II) Zilah; dramraa lirico in un pro- 
logo, 2 atti ed epilogo, dal romanzo Le Prince 
Zilah di Jules Glaretie, di Luigi Illica, musica 
di Frank Alfano. Milano [etc.] G. Ricordi & 
CO. ; New York, Boosey & co., 1908. 58 p. 8°. 
[Libretto only] 

© G. Ricordi & co., Milan ; D : 13624, Aug. 
20, 1908; 2c. Aug. 20, 1908. 37479 

Principle; drama in 1 act, by Amy Dixon [pseud, 
of A. Dinkelspiel] 19 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 8, 1913 ; D : 35278 ; Amy Dinkel- 
spiel, San Francisco. 37480 

Principle (The) of Mrs. Van Kawlett; a play in 

1 act, by H. S. Kirk. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Henrv S. Kirk, Oakland, Cal. ; D : 1900, 

May 17, 1902; 2c. May 5, 1902. 37481 

Printer (The) and his devils; an original farce, 
by David Moses and Artlmr Blackaller. Clyde, 
O., Ames' publishing co. [1890] 7 p. 12°. 
([Ames' series of standard and minor drama, 
no. 176]) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1890:12230, 
Apr. 14 ; 2c. Apr. 14. 37482 

Printer's devil; a comedy in 3 acts, by M. 
Steinle. 

© Max Steinle, Seattle; 1889:35946. Nov. 
26. 37483 

a great American labor play in 4 acts, by 

It. E. Van der Kar. 

© Rebecca Elizabeth Van der Kar, Brook- 
lyn ; D : 10370, Apr. 18, 1907. 37484 



Printer's devil — Continued. 

a musical comedy in 3 acts, by G. C. Jenks. 

© George G. Jenks, Pittsburgh ; 1894 : 15061, 
Mar. 16. 37485 

Printer's (A) pi; or. The tribulations of a 
country editor, farce comedy in 1 act, by W. 
Holcomb. 

© Willard Holcomb, Washington; 1892: 
44554, Nov. 1. 37486 

Printing the truth; 1 act melodrama, by Paul 
Peter AVillis. [27] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 12. 1913; D: 33204; P. P. Willis. 
Indianapolis. 37487 

Prinz Bussi; schwank mit gesang und tanz in 3 
akten, von Jean Kren, gesangstexte von Al- 
fred Sch(3nfeld, musik von Victor HoUaender. 
Berlin, F. Bloch erben, 1909. 87 p. 12°. [Li- 
bretto only] 

© Ic. Oct. 16, 1909 ; D : 17118 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 37488 

Prinz Eugene und seine zeiten. See Eugene 
of Savoy. 

Prinz Priedrich von Homberg; ein schauspiel, 
von Heinrich von Kleist, ed, by George Mer- 
rick Baker. New Yoi-k, Oxford university 
press, American branch; London, Toronto 
[etc.] H. Milford, 1914. xxxix, 207 p. inch 
front, (port.) 12°. 

© Apr. 3, 1914 ; 2c. Apr. 8, 1914 ; A : 371264 ; 
Oxford univ. press, Amer. branch, New York. 

37488a 

Prinz Harald; operette mit ballet in 1 vorspiel 
und 3 akten, text von J. Leeser, musik von 
Heinrich Kratzer. Bonn, Carl Georgi, 1906. 
116 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Jakob Leeser, Bonn, Germany ; D : 8344. 
Apr. 13, 1906 ; 2c. Apr. 13, 1906. 37489 

Prinz Orlofsky; Der fledermaus, 2. theil, oper- 
ette in 3 akten, text von Leon Treptow, mu- 
sik von C. A. Raida. Miinohen, Internation- 
ales verlags-institut. C. Profit, 1899. 1 p. 1., 62 
p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Internatl. pub. institute, C. Profit, Mii- 
nich ; 1899 : 83044, Dec. 23 ; 2c. Dec. 23. 37490 

Prinz (Der) wider vpillen; oper in 3 akten, von 
Rudolf Seuberlich, musik von Otto Lohse. 
Dresden, Druck Wilhelm Hoffmann, 1891. 
55 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig ; 1897 : 59620, 
Oct. 21 ; 2c. Nov. 22. 37491 

Prinzchen (Das); ein liebesschwank in 3 akten, 
von Robert Misch. [Berlin] Anstalt fiir 
auffiihrungsrecht. [1911] 175 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Aug. 12, 1911; D: 24919; Anstalt fiir 
.•luffiihrungsrecht, Berlin. 37492 



1886 



37493 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37509 



Prinzenjagd (Die); operette in 3 akten, von 
Fritz Griiubanm uud Heinz Reichert, niusik 
vonLudwigFriedmann. Textbuch. Miinclien, 
Drei niaslvcn verlag, g. ni. 1). h., 1913. 51 p. 
12°. 

© Apr. 3, 1913 ; 2c. Sept. 18, 1913 ; D : 34463 ; 
Drei niasken verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 

37493 

Prinzess Gretl; operette in 3 akten, von A. M. 
Willner und Rob. Bodanzky, musik von Hein- 
ricli Reinliardt. Regie- und soufflier buch. 
Leipzig, Wien, W. Karczag ; New York, Karc- 
zag publishing co., 1911. 55 p. 4°. 

© Ic. Sept. IS, 1913 ; D : 344G9 ; W. Karczag, 
Leipzig. 37494 

Same. Text der gesiinge. Leipzig, Wien, 



W. Kai-czag; New York, Karczag publishing 
CO., 1913. 35 p. 12°. 

© Ic. July 30, 1913 ; D : 33937 ; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 37495 

Prinzessin Hyazintha; groteske balletpanto- 
miiue in 3 akten und 7 bildern von Ladislav 
Novak, deutsche iibersetzung von R. Batka, 
uiusik von Oskar Nedbal. Prag-Leipzig, M. 
Urbanek [1911] 47 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 14, 1911 ; 2c. Mar. 4, 1912 ; D : 28924 ; 
Jlojmir Urbanek, Prague, Austria. 37496 

Prinzessin Parisade; oder. Das marchen der 
tausend und zweiten nacht, eine komodie der 
liebe in 3 akten, von Herbert von Fuchs. 
Berlin-Charlotteuburg, Biihnen-verlag Anstalt 
fiir auftuhrungsrecht, g. m. b. h., 1914. 84 p. 
12°. 

© Ic. Apr. 30, 1914 ; D : 36876 ; Anstalt fur 
auffiihrungsrecht dramatischer werke d. liter- 
atur u. musik, g. m. b. h., Oharlottenburg, 
Germany. 37496a 

Prinzessin (Die) von Barnhof; [a comedy in 1 
act] bv Eulora M. .Jennings. New York, S. 
Frencli ; London, S. French, ltd. [1906] 13 p. 
12°. (On cover: French's international copy- 
righted ed. of the works of the best authors, 
no. 90) 

© Samuel French, New York; D : 8643, 
June 5, 1906 ; 2c. Dec. 28, 1906. 37497 

Prinzessin von Cariola; oder, Liebe und geis- 
tesstbrung-, original drama in 5 akten von 
Dr. [F.] Sarner. New York, Druck der New 
Yorker staats-zeitung. 1871. 75 p. 24°. 

© Ferdinand Sarner, New York ; 1871 : 7200, 
Aug. 2 ; 2e. Aug. 11. 37498 

Prinzip (Das); lustspiel in 3 akten, von Her- 
mann Bahr. Berlin. Biihnenverlag Aim & 
Simrock, g. m. b. h., 3912. 88 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Aug. 21, 1912 ; D : 30582 ; Buhnenver- 
lag Ahn & Simrock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 37499 

Prior (A) right. See Homance (A) of Kief. 



Priscilla; a burlesque extravaganza in 3 acts, 
dramatized from Longfellow's, The courtship 
of Miles Standish, by R. A. Deaves. Type- 

v.'ritten. 

© Rillie A. Deaves, New York ; 1892 : 21299, 
May 20 ; 2c. Sept. 14. 37500 

an emotional comedy in 4 acts, by G. P. 

Lathrop. 

© George Parsons Lathrop, New London, 
Oonn. ; 1889 : 6518, Feb. 27. 37501 

an original comedy in 4 acts, by E. A. 

Locke. 

© Edwin A. Locke, Boston ; 1881 : 17953, 
Nov. 18. 37502 

play in 4 acts and 8 scenes, by C. C. Gush- 
ing, founded on the love-story of John Alden 
and Priscilla Mullin. ' 45 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 29, 1915; D: 41180; Catherine 
Chisholm Gushing, New York. 37502a 

play in 2 acts, by C. D. Dooley. [2], 39 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 24, 1913 ; D : 32756 ; C. D. Dooley, 
Kansas City, Mo. 37503 



— or, A maid of Brown, comic opera in 3 
acts, composed and produced by the students 
[Albert Aylsworth Thomas and others] of 
Brown university. Providence, E. A. Johnson 
& CO.. 1894. 62 p. 16°. 

© Joseph W. Lewis, Providence, R. I. ; 
1894 : 19997, Apr. 19 ; 2c. Apr. 30. 37504 



or. The courtship of Miles Standish, dram- 
atized by W. E. Davis. 

© William Edward Davis, Boston; 1900: 
24856, Oct. 5. 37505 

Priscilla, Myles and John. Sec Holiday plays. 

Prise (La) de Berg-op-Zoom; comedie en 4 actes, 
de S. Guitry. 32 p. 4°. (L'lllustration th^R- 
trale 9" annee— 234. 22 fevrier 1913) 

© Feb. 22, 1913; 2c. Mar. 31, 1913; D: 
32787; Sacha Guitry, Paris. 37506 

Prison (The); drama in 4 acts, by H. B. Dudley. 
145 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 19, 1912 ; D : 28762 ; H. B. Dud- 
ley, Cambridge, Mass. 37507 

Prison and madhouse; a melodrama in 4 acts.. 

by Captain J. H. McAndrews. Typewritten. 

© J. H. McAndrews, Buffalo ; 1893 : 31874. 

July 6; 2c. July 6. 37508 

Prison bars; or. The battle of life, a sensational 
melodrama, by G. and A. Wolford. 

© Gus Wolford and Arnold Wolford, United 
States ; 1891 : 6964, Feb. 21. 37509 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



-15 



1887 



37510 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37530 



Prison bloom; a drama in 4 acts, by H. M. 
Black. 

<£) Hortensia M. Black, Chicago; 1883: 
18880, Oct. 13. 37510 

Prison-flower (The); comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
foiuuled on a tale from the French of X. B. 
Saintine, by R. Callender, 

'© Romaine Callender, Philadelphia ; D : 
15246, Mar. 5, 1909. 37511 

Prison (Tbe) quarry. See Ten years. 

Prison scene in the cantata of Queen Esther; 
words by J. C. Castle, music by F. S. David- 
son. 

© J. C. Castle and Frank S. Davidson, 
Cuyahoga Falls, O. ; 1881 : 6588, Apr. 28. 

37512 

Prisoner ag'ainst prisoner; romantic drama in 
6 acts, by A. Golden. 

© Alexander Golden, Cohoes, N. Y. ; 1890: 
35918, Nov. 14. 37513 

Prisoner (The) at the bar; drama in 3 acts, 
from the French, adapted by D. Davidson. 
91 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 3, 1911 ; D : 22990 ; Dor§ David- 
son, New York. 37514 

Prisoner no. 5; a 5 act melodrama In 8 scenes, 
by F. Marquart. 

© Fred Marquart, Sandusky, O. ; 1893: 
51715, Nov. 20. 37515 

Prisoner of Anderson ville; a military drama 
in 4 acts, bv Charles Walcott Russell. New 
York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1903. 58 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York; D : 3652, 
.Tune 26, 1903; 2c. July 23, 1903. 37516 

Prisoner (A) of hope; a play in 4 acts, by Mi-s. 
Tom Kelly [i. e. M. Kelly] [133] p. 4°. 
Tyjunvritten. 

© Marv Kelly, London; D:3374, May 4, 
1903; 2c. May 4, 1903. 37517 

Prisoner (A) of mercy; a comedy drama in 4 
acts and 4 scenes, by I. B. Goodrich, jr. [72] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

©Ira B. Goodrich, jr.. Boston; D:505S, 
May 21, 1904; 2c. July 30, 1904. 37518 

Prisoner (The) of Szarisla; or. Moths, a di*am- 
atization of Ouida's [Louise De la Raniee's] 
novel, by L. Morrisse and J. S. Macy. [69] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Lola Morrisse and J. Sydney Macy, New 
York ; D : 1821, Apr. 19, 1902 ; 2c. Apr. 14. 1902. 
[Note: Copies bear title. Moths] 37519 

Prisoner (A) of war; a drama in 4 acts, by 
F. F. Schrader. 

© Frederick F. Schrader, Washington; D: 
1192, Dec. 17, 1901. 37520 



Prisoner (A) of war — Continued. 

a military drama in 5 acts, by M. B. Miller. 

© M. B. Miller, Cleveland; 1898:3466. 
Jan. 6. 37521 

a musical comedy iu 2 acts, by W. E. Hick- 



ox. 36 p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words only] 

© William E. Hickox, Boston; D:4480, 
Jan. 6, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 29, 1903. 35722 

— original military drama in 4 acts, by Lorin 
Jasper Howard. 

© Howard & Doyle, Chicago; 1898:48030, 



Aug. 15. 



37523 



Prisoner (The) of Zenda; pictux'e drama. 

© Anna Delong Martin, Boston ; 1897 : 
46581, Aug. 19. 37524 

Prisoners; 1 act protean playlet, by W. Conrad. 
12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 7, 1915; D : 41232 ; William Con- 
rad, New York. 37524a 

Prisoners of hope; by J. Kaiser. [60] p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© John Kaiser, Kansas City ; D : 15196, 
Feb. 27, 1909 ; 2c. Feb. 27, 1909. 37525 

Prisoners of the dead; tr. of Eugene Bi-ieux's 
drama L'evasion. in 3 acts, by I). U. Baxter. 
[113] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1914 ; D : 38741 ; Dorothy 
Usner Baxter, Englewood, N. J. 37525a 

Prisoners of war; 3 act drama, by R. T. Shan- 
non. 66 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 3, 1915; D : 39852 ; Robert T. 
Shannon, Kansas City, Mo. 37525b 

Privatdozent (Der); ein stiick aus dem akade- 
mischen leben in 4 aufziigen, von Ferdinand 
Wittenbauer. Leipzig, G. Wigaud, 1905. 240 
p. 12°. 

© res. under act of Mar. 3, 1905, by Georg 
Wigand, Leipzig ; res. no. 5 ; Ic. May 25, 1905. 

37526 

Private apartments; or, Mrs. Brannan's party. 

© William Hanlon, New York; 1884:8058, 
Apr. 17 ; 2c. Apr. 25. 37527 

Private (The) detective; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by F. H. Wakefield and S. U. Collins. 

© F. H. Wakefield and S. U. Collins, De- 
troit ; 1895 : 53891, Oct. 23. 37528 

farce in 3 acts, by J. R. K. Taylor and E. 

Gerstenberger. [106] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1913; D: 35111; .Tames Rob- 
ert Keene Taylor and l^mU Gerstenberger, 
New York. 37529 

a play in 1 act, by O. H. Booth. 47 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Oliver H. Booth, New York; D : 9231, 
Oct. 15, 1906; 2c. Oct. 15, 1906. 37530 

Sec also Under age. 



1888 



37531 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37551 



Private (The) hospital; play in 1 act, by W. J. 
McGaw. [6] p. 8°. Printed. 

© Nov. 28, 1913; 2c. Nov. 29, 1913; D: 
35177; William J. McGaw, Philadelphia. 

37531 

Private John Brown; play in 4 acts, by C. A. de 
Lima. [5], 99 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 9, 1914; D: 38756; G. A. de 
Lima, London. 37531a 

Private (A) judgment day; a play in 1 act, by 
Peter Banks [pseud, of H. S. Wagner] 17 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 19, 1912 ; D : 30029 ; Hazel Shep- 
pard Wagner, Toronto. Canada. 37532 

Private Obadiah Brown; 1 act play, by W. H. 
Shelton. [2], 31 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 5, 1912 ; D : 31325 ; William Henry 
Shelton, New Yorlv. 37533 

Private O'Brien; a play in 4 acts, by G. Ami- 
raux. 

© Geller Amiraux, San Francisco ; 1889 : 
36221, Nov. 20. 37534 

Private Patsy; play in 2 acts, by R. H. Burn- 
side. [114] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 29, 1914 ; D : 37696 ; Robert H. 
Burnside, New York. 37534a 

Private (A) seance; an entirely original com- 
edy in 1 act, by J. C. Abbott, jr. 

© John C. Abbott, jr., Boston ; 1889 : 32000, 
Oct. 23. 37535 

Private (The) secretary; a farcical comedy in 
3 acts, by Charles Hawtrey. New York, S. 
French; London, S. French, ltd., 1907. 2 p. 1., 
3-90 p. 12°. (French's international copy- 
righted edition of the Avorks of the best au- 
thors, no. Ill) 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 1035.5, 
Apr. 16, 1907 ; 2c. May 6, 1907. 37536 

Private (A) suicidal duel. Typewritten. 

© Robert Barrie, Philadelpliia ; 1899 : 760,57, 
Nov. 21 ; 2c. Nov. 21. 37537 

Private (The) tutor; by E. J. Wliisler. 73 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ernest J. Whisler, Tucson, Ariz. ; D : 
12020, Dec. 31, 1907 : 2c. Dec. 31, 1907. 37538 

farce in 3 acts, by E. J. Whisler. 

Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1912. 59 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 17, 1912; 2c. Feb. 19, 1912; D: 

28754 ; Walter H. Baker & co., Boston. 37539 

a farcical comedy in 4 acts, by E. E. 

Daun. 

© Earl E. Daun, New York ; 1884 : 15995, 

Aug. 4. 37540 



Privateer (The); comic opera in 4 acts, tr. and 
adapted by A. Hoffman. 

© A. Hoffman, San Francisco ; 1891 : 17305, 
May 11. 37541 

Privileged (A) character; comedy, by I. Wit- 
mark. 

© Isidore Witmark, New York ; 1893 : 41672. 
Sept. 14. , 37542 

Privileged (The) sex; drama in 1 act, by A. 
Goldknopf. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1911; D: 25531; Abraham 
Goldknopf, Bath Beach, N. Y. 37543 

Privy (A) council; a comedy in 1 act, by Major 
W. P. Drury and Richard Pryoe. New York, 
S. French; London, S. French, ltd., 1906. 34, 
[3] p. 12°. (On cover: French's interna- 
tional copyrighted ed. of the works of the best 
authors, no. 105) 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 9599, Dec. 
10, 1906; 2c. Mar. 11, 1907. 37544 

Prix de beaute; comedie bouffe en 3 actes, par 
A. Raibaud, G. Grisier, and E. Rostand. 

© Andre Raibaud, Georges Grisier and Ed- 
mond Rostand, Paris ; 1891 : 24482, Julv 6. 

37545 

Prix de Rome. 

© Mrs. George R. Nash, Milwaukee; 1900: 
A: 1.554, Jan. 17. [For copies reed, see D: 
868] 37546 

-a modern drama in 4 acts, by G. B. Nash, 

assisted by H. M. Skinner. [69] p. f °. Type- 
written. 

© Garrita Barry Nash and Hubert M. Skin- 
ner, Chicago ; D : 868, Sept. 16, 1901 ; 2c. Sept. 
16, 1901. 37547 

Prize (The); play in 1 act, by John Bargate. 
New York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1912. 29 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 29. 1912; 2c. Aug. 31, 1912; D: 
30716 ; Samuel French, New York. 37548 

■ by J. Huberman. 19 p. f°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. Aug. 7, 1911 ; D : 24876 ; Joseph Huber- 
man, New York. 37549 

play in 3 acts, by J. Huberman. 47, [2] p. 



4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 1, 1911 ; D : 24106 ; Joseph Huber- 
man, New York. 37550 

Prize (The) bluff; or. Blue laws up to date, 
by Mas Fifer [pseud, of] M. V. Pfeiflfer. 
Typewritten. 

© Marie V. Pfeiffer, New York; 1897: 
38453, June 30; 2c. June 30. 37551 



1889 



37552 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37569 



Prize-fight (A) in ten rounds; by Major W. W. 
Winohell. Typewritten. 

© William Wallace Winchell, Boston ; 1900 : 
A: 50-15, Feb. 23; 2c. Feb. 23. 37552 

Prize-ring-; comedy in 3 acts, by B. F. Stal- 
naUer. 79 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1910 ; D : 20377 ; Benjamin F. 
Stalnaker, Brooklyn. 37553 

Prize (The) winner; sketch, by G. E. Hadley. 
[10] p. 4^ Typewritten. 

<c) Ic, July 25, 1911; D : 24768 ; George E. 
Hailley, Haverhill, Mass. 37554 

Prize (The) winners; a 3 act musical farce, by 
H. L. Lyman. Ill p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Herbert L. Lyman, Spring Lake, Mich. ; 
D : 16045, June 11, 1909 ; 2c. June 12, 1909. 

37555 

Pro dome; schauspiel in 5 aufziigen, von A. W. 
G. van Riemsdvk. Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Felix 
Bloch erben, 1914. 73 p. 8\ 

© Ic. Apr. 8, 1914 ; D : 36649 ; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin-Wilmersdorf. 37555a 

Pro tern; a comedy in 3 acts, by B. L. C. Grif- 
lith. Pluludelphia, The Penn publishing com- 
pany, 1894. 62 p. 12°. ([Keystone ed. of 
popular plays]) 

© Penn pub. co., Philadelphia ; 1894 : 30186, 
June 2 ; 2c. June 2. 37556 

Sec also Plays and monologues. — School 



and parlor comedies. 

Probate chaff; or, Beautiful probate; or. Three 
years probating in San Francisco, a modern 
drama, showing the merry side of a dark 
picture, by the author of Probate confiscation. 
Illustrated. [San Francisco?] The author, 
1879. 307 p. 2 port. 12°. 

© Mrs. J. W. Stow, United States; 1879: 
8007, June 16 ; 2c. July 15. 37557 

Probation; a comedy in 3 acts. 

© Robert H. O'Brien, New Haven; 1895: 
32508, June 21. 37558 

play in 1 act, by S. J. Gilman. 22 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 22, 1915; U : 39474 ; Stephen J. 
Gilman, Maiden, Mass. 37558a 

play in 3 acts, by O. Opdyke. [131] p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 27, 1913 ; D : 33639 ; Oliver Op- 
dyke, New York. 37559 

Probation (The) burglar; play in 1 act, by J. A. 
Lorenz. [2], 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 31, 1913; D: 33963; John A. 
Lorenz, New York. 37560 



Probationer (The); 1 act dramatic sketch, by 
C. Withey and G. L. Geiger. [1], 15 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1910 ; D : 22892 ; Chet Withey 
and Geo. L. Geiger, Los Angeles. 37561 

play in 4 acts, by Anthony Rowley [pseud. 

of A. Guthrie] London, Gowans & Gray, ltd., 
1911. [3], 160 p. 24°. ([Repertory plays, 
no. 6]) 

© Nov. 14, 1911 ; 2c. Feb. 6, 1912 ; D : 28912 ; 
Arthur Guthrie, Crawford, Scotland. 37562 

Problem (The); drama of American life in 3 
acts, by G. S. Booth. [2], 80 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

' © Ic. Jan. 16, 1911; D: 23107; Charles 
Stewart Booth, New Orleans. 37563 

military drama in 4 acts, by F. G. Gilmore. 

32 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 25, 1915 ; D : 39495 ; Frederick 
Grant Gilmore, Rochester, N. Y. 37563a 

modern drama of American life in 4 acts. 



by C. S. Booth. 121 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 11, 1910; D: 20170; Charles 
Stewart Booth, New Orleans. 37564 

— Same, in 3 acts. [2], 67 p. 4°. Typewrit- 



ten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1910; D: 22534; Charles 
Stewart Booth, New Orleans. 37565 

— play in 3 acts, by A. Aronson. 29 p. 16°. 
© Sept. 1, 1914 ; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914 ; Ic. Oct. 

5, 1914 ; D : 38408 ; Arthur Aronson, Los An- 
geles. 37565a 

— See also Chakira. 



Problem (A) in a nutshell; l)y F. Aulich. 9 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Frederic Aulich, Chicago ; D : 11014, July 
20, 1907; 2c. July 20, 1907. 37566 

Problem (The) of the hour; comedy in 1 act, by 
Mrs. E. La Boaume. [St. Louis, Buxton & 
Skinner, 1905] 18 p. 12"°. 

© Mrs. Edmond La Beaume, St. Louis ; D : 
6934, June 29, 1905 ; 2c. Feb. 9, 1906. 37567 

Pobrecito (El) Juan. Sec Palacio (El) triste. 

Proces de Jeanne d'Arc; drame historique en 
4 actes, par E. Moreau. 32 p. illus. 4°. 
(I/Illustration theatrale, no. 132. 11 decem- 
bre 1909) 

© Dec. 11, 1909; 2c. Dec. 31, 1909; D: 
17841 ; Emile Moreau, Paris. 37568 

Proces (Le) Torquenie; or, Le secret de la ter- 
reuse, drama in 5 aots, by William Busnach, 
tr. and adapted by the Franco- American 
agency for dramatic literature, ltd. 

© Fi-ancois Mons and Louis Nathal, New 
York; 1880:7001, Mar. 26. 37569 



1890 



37570 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37587 



Proces (Le) Veradieux. Sec My mother-in- 
law. 

Process (The) server; a play in 1 act, by A. E. 
Enselhart. 9 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© le. Feb. 17, 1913; D: 32344; Albert El- 
wood Engelhart, Brooklyn. 37570 

Procurer (The); a draina in H acts, by W. Win- 
chell. 

© Wallace Winchell, Jersey City; D: 8172, 
Mar. 16, 1906. 37571 

drama in 4 acts, by J. Mally. [1], 63 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 5, 1914; D : 36939 ; Jeannette 
Mally, New York. 37571a 

Procureur (Le) Hallers; piece en 4 actes, 
adapt6e d'apres Paul Lindau, par H. de Gorsse 
et L. Forest. {In La Petite illustration, no. 
46. — serie-theatre, no. 26, 17 Janvier 1914) 

© Jan. 17, 1914 ; 2c. Feb. 17, 1914 ; D : 36043 ; 
Henry de Gorsse et Louis Forest, Paris. 

37571b 

Prodigal (The); nnisical drama, by W. Thomas. 

© William Thomas, Philadelphin ; 1892: 

19090, May 3. 37572 

Same. Typewritten. 

© William Thomas, Philadelphia; 1893: 
30727, June 28 ; 2c. June 28. 37573 



Prodigal (The) father; farce comedy in 4 acts, 
from the book of that title, by J. Storer Clous- 
ton, adapted and dramatized by E. J. Ells- 
worth. 116 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 18, 1909 ; D : 17019 ; Emily Jan- 
vrin Ellsworth, New York. 37578 

Prodigal (The) husband; or. The winning 
widow, a farce in 1 act, by E. Foreman. [11] 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Edgar Foreman, New York ; D : 11894, 
Dec. 9, 1907; 2c. Dec. 11, 1907. [Note: Copies 
bear the alternative title, The little widow] 

37579 

Prodigal (The) judge; play in 4 acts, by G. 
]\Iiddleton, founded on the novel of the same 
name, by Vaughan Kester. [100] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© le. Mar. 10, 1914; D : 36302 ; George 
Middleton, New York. 37579a 

Prodigal (The) knave; by M. Armstrong. [8] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 25, 1911 ; D : 25261 ; Marie Arm- 
strong, Highland Park, 111. 37580 

Prodigal (The) law student; a drama in 4 
acts, for male characters only, by A. L. [pseud, 
of Augustus Lemonnier] ed. and pub. by 
J. A. Lvons. Notre Dame, Ind., University 
press, 1884. 48 p. 12°. 

© Joseph A. Lvons, Notre Dame, Ind. ; 
1884 : 16690, Aug. 18 ; 2c. Sept. 23. 37581 



an original comedy in 1 act, by B. Blank- Prodigal (A) parent; by K. B. Finley. 



man. 



© Ben Blankmau, New York; 1891:39687, 
Nov. 5. 37574 

■a play in 3 acts and an epilogue, by M. 



Upton. 78 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mnv. 21, 1912 ; D : 29108 ; Melville Up- 
ton, New York. 37575 

— • or, Love's victory, a comedy in 4 acts, by 



F. H. Adams. 

© Frederick Henry Adams, San Francisco; 
1875 : 5853, June 5. 37576 

Prodigal (The) brother. Sec . Sackett's Cor- 
ner folks. 

Prodigal children; a play in 4 acts, adapted 
from the French by Nellie Hooper. Philadel- 
phia. J. B. Lippincott & co., 1884. 

© Lucy H. Hooper, United States; 1884: 
13917, July 9. 37577 

Prodigal (The) daughter; or. The double 
standard of morals, dramatic sketch in 1 
act, by W. E. Jensen. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 28, 1915 ; D : 40785 ; Winifred E. 
Jensen, Chicago. 37577a 



© Kate Barclay Finley, Chicago; D : 10158, 
Mar. 16, 1907. 37582 

comedy in 3 acts, by D. J. Wood and Guy 

Bolton. 83 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 3, 1913; D: 3291 9; Douglas J. 
Wood, New York. 37583 

Prodigal (The) son; a comedy-drama in 4 acts, 
by F. Heermans. 

© Forbes Heermans, Syracuse. N. Y. ; 
1889 : 8674, Mar. 18. 37584 

comedy in 1 act. by Raymond M. Robin- 
son. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1912. 17 p. 
12°. 

© Feb. 16, 1912; 2c. Feb. 17, 1912; D: 
28730 ; Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston. 37585 

— — a dramatic cantata in 3 acts, music by 
S. A. Ellis, words by Jessie G. Gould. 

© Charles D. Moore, Lawrence, Mass. ; 
1874 : 15134, Dec. 15. 37586 

a grand scriptural spectacle in 3 acts and 

4 tableaux, by L. Rushton, adaptetl from 
Auber's opera, L'Enfaut prodigue. 

© lAicv Rushton, New York ; 1871 : 5252. 
June 3. ' 37587 



1891 



37588 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37609 



Prodigal (The) son — Continued. 

the great religious play, clramatizeil in 4 

scenes, by W. D. Mahan. 
© W. D. Mahan, Boonville, Mo.; 1892: 

13329, Mar. 26. 37588 

12 scenes, composed, written and 



Prodigy (The); drama in 4 acts, by E. Rosen 
hlatt. [54] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 13, 1911 ; D : 24510 ; Ethel Rosen 
blntt, Iselin, N. J. 



in 



adapted by J. M. Diegelmann. 

© John M. Diegelmann, Rochester, N. Y. ; 
1887 : 12461, May 11. 37589 

play in 1 act, adapted by Mrs. V. Thomp- 
son. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mrs. Vance Thompson. Hastings-on- 
Hudson. N. Y. ; D : 2696, Dec. 10, 1902; 2c. 
Dec. 10, 1902. 37590 

■ a sacred drama, by H. R. Williams. 2 p. 

4°. Printed. 

© H. R. Williams, Richmond ; D : 4150, Oct. 
27, 1903; 2c. Nov. 27, 1903. 37591 

slang classic for the vaudeville stage, by 

J. T. Pendegast. 13 p. 4°. Typewritten, 

© Ic. .Tan. 10, 1910; D : 17897 ; Jackson T. 

Pendegast, Los Angeles. 37592 

or, At the foot of the cross, religious 

opera, book bv Rev. Father Delaney, music 
by W. F. Kretschmer. [25] p. f°. Type- 
written. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1910; D : 22510 ; William F. 
Kretscluner, Elmhurst, Cal. 37593 

• or, Gentilius, the prodig'al, an oriental 

drama in 4 acts, by J. Corkery. Revised. 

© James Corkery, Forked River, N. J. ; 
1897 : 65651, Nov. 26. Ic. Nov. 26. 37594 



or, Mr. Nicholas and his two sons, by 

M. I. Stewart. [4] p. 8°. Printed. 

© Moses Irving Stewart, Winston-Salem, 
N. C. ; D: 12611, Mar. 10, 1908; 2c. Mar. 10, 
1908. 37595 

8ce also Enfant prodigue. — Pierrot, the 

prodigal. 

Prodigal (The) son, lost and found; an orien- 
tal drama in 4 acts, by J. Corkery. 89 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© James Corkery, Forked River, N. J. ; 
1896:12469. Feb. 25; 2c. Apr. 4. 37596 

Prodigals (The); a play in 3 acts, by N. B. 
Tarkington. 

© Newton Booth Tarkington, Indianapolis: 
1895 : 21677, Apr. 19. 37597 

Prodigal's (The) sister; by H. A. Sawyer. 

© Harriet Adams Sawyer, Nashua, N. H. ; 
D : 797, Aug. 24, 1901. 37598 

Prodigal's (The) welcome; oi', A scene in Brit- 
tany, by Madame Moller [pseud, of A. Cother- 
alll [21, 17 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1910 ; D : 22249 ; Annie Cother- 
ail, ^«hton-on-Morey, England. 37599 



by F. Abramson. [1], 36 



37600 

p. 4°. 

Typewritten. . 

© Ic. June 19. 1912; D : 30031 ; Frances 
Abrjimson, New York. 37601 

Product (The) of the mill; a play in 4 acts, by 
E. A. McFadden. [11], 98 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1912; D : 30075 ; Elizabeth 
Apthorp McFadden, Cambridge, Mass. 37602 

Production (The) of mixed races; by M. A. 
Pitts. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© M. A. Pitts, New York; D:9008, Aug. 
28, 1906; 2c. Aug. 28, 1906. 37603 

Provens dag; skuespil 1 4 akter, af Hjalmar 
Bergstrom. Kjobenhavn og Kristiania, Gyl- 
dendalske boghandel, Nordisk forlag, 1915. 
156 p. 12°. 

© Jan. 20, 1915; Ic. Feb. 11, 1915; D: 
40109 ; Gyldendalske boghandel, Nordisk for- 
lag, Copenhagen. 37603a 

Profession of Morse; by J. P. Tillson. 

© J. P. Tillson, Toledo, O. ; D : 7836, Jan. 
11, 1906. 37604 

Professional (The); a monologue, by Longley 
Taylor. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Thomas Longley Taylor, Lam- 
bertville, N. J. ; D : 7952, Feb. 6, 1906 ; 2c. Feb. 
G, 1906. 37605 

Professional (The) attack; drama in 4 acts, by 
D. H. Rosenberg and M. I. Einsohn. [27] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1915; D: 41509; David 
Harold Rosenberg and Maurice Irving Ein- 
sohn. New York. 37605a 

Professional (A) beauty; comedy drama in 4 
acts, by J. C. Ver Planck. 

© J. Campbell Ver Planck, New York; 
1S83 : 23158, Dec. 14. 37606 

Professional (The) beggar; by F. B. Homans. 
© Frank B. Homans, Boston ; 1894 : 22090, 
Apr. 30. 37607 

Professional (A) boarder; a monologue, by 
B. B. Hayward. Typewritten. 

© Beatrice B. Havward, United States ; 
1900 A: 1195, Jan. 13; 2c. .Tan. 13. 37608 

Professional (A) gardener; or, Hard of hear- 
ing, a farce in 1 act, by Emma Herrick Weed. 
Clyde, O., Ames publishing co., 1891. 9 p. 
12°. ([Ames' series of standard and minor 
drama, no. 286]) 

© Ames pub. cc, Clyde, O. ; 1891 : 6565. Fob. 
18; 2c. Feb. 27. 37609 



1892 



37610 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37630 



Professional life. 

© L. Lawi-ence Weber, New York; 1899: 
80957, Dec. 14 ; 2c. Dec. 14. 37610 

play in 1 act, by Felix Edward Buxbaum 

aucl Kicliard Auderson. 9 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 26, 1913 ; D : 33610 ; Felix Bux- 
baum, Coney Island, N. Y. 37611 

Professional life, on and off; a vaudeville 
sketch in 2 scenes, by E. J. Flanagan, jr. 
[1], 14 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1909 ; D : 16550 ; Edward J. 
Flanagan, jr.. Ft. Madison, la. 37612 

Professor (The); an American comedy in 5 acts, 
by W. H. Gillette. 

© W. H. Gillette, Hartford ; 1879 : 6106, 
May 6. ' 37613 

— — - comedy drama in 5 acts, by P. H. Crocker. 
S3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Philip Henry Crocker, Chicago ; D : 6249. 
Feb. 8, 1905 ; 2c. Mar. 20, 1905. 37614 

a drama, by W. G. Harrison. 

© AVilliam Greer Harrison, United States; 
1897:6614, Jan. 22. 37615 



— a musical comedy, in 3 acts, by J. F. Bal- 
lard and Harold Shellhorn. [76] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© John Fred Ballard, Havelock, Neb. ; D : 
13271, July 1, 1908; 2c. July 2, 1908. 37616 

— a play in 3 acts and an epilogue, by H. R. 
Woodman. Franklin, O., Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, 1907. 51 p. 8°. 

© H. Rea Woodman, Washington ; D : 12158, 
Jan. 10, 1908 ; 2c. June 30, 1910. [Copies bear 
title : Prof. Grindem, his commencement] 

37617 



playlet in 1 act, by A. Duerr. 5 p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 11, 1911; D: 23918; Alfred 
Duerr, Easton, Pa. 37618 

• a satirical comedy in 4 acts, by R. J. Wells. 

45 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Rollin J. W^ells, Sioux Falls, S. D. ; D: 
3630, June 20, 1903 ; 2c. June 20, 1903. 37619 

See also Woman ''The) hater. 

Professor and the hoboe; a 1 act musical sketch 
written and composed by George L. Bickel and 
Harry Watson, jr. 5 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Words only] 

© Bickel and Watson, Saginaw, Mich. ; 
D : 5879, Dec. 9, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 6, 1904. 37620 

Prof. Baxter's great invention; an unclassified 
entertainment in 1 act, l>y Mary B. Home. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1891: 
3757, Jan. 26; 2c. Feb. 20. 37621 



Professor Bernhardi; a comedy, by Arthur 
Schnitzler, an adaptation in English by Mrs. 
Emil Pohli. San Francisco, P. Elder and 
company [1913] 1 p. 1., ix p., 1 1., 3-64 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 18, 1913; 2c. Aug. 25, 1913; A: 
351830 ; Paul Elder & co., San Francisco. 

37622 

komodie in 5 akten, von Arthur Schnitzler. 

Berlin, S. Fischer, verlag, 1912. 255 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 28, 1912; 2c. Apr. 7,' 1913; D: 

32856; S. Fischer, verlag, Berlin. 37623 

Prof. Black's phunnygraph; or, Talking ma- 
chine, a colored burlesque on the phonograph, 
by Frank Hockenbery. Chicago, T. S. Denison 
[1886] 7 p. 12°. ( [Ethiopian drama] ) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago ; 1886 : 22866, Oct. 
11; 2c. Oct. 15. 37624 

Professor Boggs' transmitograph; or, Wireless 
hypnotism, dramatic farce in 1 act, by C. R. 
Sweet. 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 6, 1914 ; D : 38430 ; Charles Reu- 
ben Sweet, Canaan, N. H. 37624a 

Prof. Bones' latest invention; a farce in 1 act, 
by .T. C. Colby. Clyde, O., Ames publishing co., 
1888. 7 p. 12°. ( [Ames' series of standard 
and minor drama, no. 258] ) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1888:34946, 
Dec. 7 ; 2c. Dec. 24. 37625 

Professor Casey's trials, tears and smiles; a 
comedy in 1 act, by A. H. Grose. [20] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Alfred Henry Grose, Salt Lake City ; D : 
11214, Aug. 21, 1907 ; 2c. Aug. 21, 1907. 37626 

Professor (The) from Germany; a play for 
high schools and colleges, by Joe Oliver 
[pseud, of Oliver Wilson] 74 'p. obi. 24°. 
Typewritten. 

© Southern California printing co., Los 
Angeles ; D : 15536, Mar. 5, 1909 ; 2c. Mar. 5. 
1909. 37627 

Prof. G. W. Ryder assisted by Miss Ida Brum- 
mel in their great aerial suspension, with- 
out a pole under either the right or left el- 
bow; or, A living lady floating in mid-air 
without visible support. 

© Christian L. Grim, United States; 1873: 
10793, Sept. 19. 37628 

Prof. Gandor; an original musical farce in 1 
act, words by Louise Hamilton Murdock, 
music by F. F. Bullard. 

© Frederic Field Bullard, Boston; 1888: 
13627, May 9. 37629 

Prof. Get Next; vaudeville sketch, by C. J. 
Scheben. [1], 11 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 2, 1913; D: 33432; Carl 1. 
Scheben. Newport, Ky. 37630 



1893 



37631 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37648 



Prof. Goldsclimidt; a niulodraniatie coiiiedy in 
3 acts and 5 tableaux, by A. C. aioss. 

© Alf. Chai-les Moss, Allentown, l*:i.; TS84: 
19659. Sept. 30. 37631 

Professor Graden. See Nordpolfahrer. 

Prof. Grindem. his commencement. Sec Pro- 
fessor (The) 

Prof. James' experience teaching a country- 
school; a comedy in 3 acts, by Guy A. .Jauiie- 
son. Clyde, O., Ames publishing co., 1889. 
15 p. 12°. ( [Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 264] ) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1889:11776, 
Apr. 15 ; 2c. Apr. 24. 37632 

Prof. Jinglejaw's exhibition rehearsal; enter- 
tainment in 1 scene, by Lyle Wilson Holden. 
New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, 1915. 14 p. 
12°. ' 

© Au^. 2, 1915 ; 2c. Aug. 3, 1915 ; D : 41405 ; 
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York. 37632a 

Professor Kristellar; comedy in 3 acts, by 
V. Russell and Ralph Augustus Graves. [69] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Varina Russell and Ralph Graves, Wash- 
ington ; D:8893, July 30, 1906; 2c. July 30. 
1906. 37633 

Professor Magnus; a comic opera libretto in 1 
act, by H. K. AVebster and S. Merwin. 

© Henry K. Webster and Samuel Merwin, 
Evanston, 111.; 1896:6044, Jan. 23. 37634 

Professor Mooner's troubles; a nuisical farce 
in 2 acts, by Carlos Mortoni. [35] p. f^ 
Mimeograplied. 

© Ic. Aug. 17, 1910 ; D : 21814 ; Alexander 
Byers, Chicago. 37635 

Professor Napoleon; musical extravaganza, 
book and lyrics by ii. V\'. Davis, music by J. 
Mahlou Duganne and R. W. Davis. 63 p. 
illus. 8°. Printetl. [Words only] 

© R. Wade Davis, Altoona, Pa.; D: 11508, 
Oct. 11. 1907; 2c. Oct. 11, 1907. 37636 

Professor (The) of chores; a melodrama, by 
George Russell Jackson. 

© Sanmel Lucas, Boston ; 1882 : 10658. 
June 28. 37637 

Professor (The) of love; comedy in 1 ;ict, by 
Katharine Kavanaugh. Chicago, D'ramatic 
pub. CO., 1914. 19 p. 12°. (Sergei's acting 
drama, no. 633) 

© Dec. 31, 1914 ; 2c. Jan. 6, 1915 ; D : 39329 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 37637a 

Professor Pepp; farcical comedy with a col- 
lege llavor in 3 acts, by W. B. Hare. Bos- 
ton. Walter H. Baker & co.. 1915. 64 p. 12°. 
© Feb. 10, 1915; 2c. Feb. 17. 1915; D: 
39707; Walter Ben Hare, Springfield, Mo. 

37637b 



Professor Robinson; comedy in 1 act, by ]\Iau- 
rice Hageman. 

© Dramatic pub. co., Chicago ; 1899 : 0786. 
Jan. 19; 2c. Jan. 10. 37638 

Professor Rocks of Klondike; a comedy, by 
W. A. Whitecar. 

© I.iebler & Miner co., New York: 1897: 
40339, Aug. 18. 37639 

Professor Sport's jubilee; farce in 3 acts, by 
J. Simonson. |94] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 20, 1913; D: 32010; Julius 
Simonson, New York. 37640 

Professor Tattle; musical farce comedy in 2 
acts, by Joseph Carl Breil. [109] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Feb. 4, 1913; D : 32187 ; Lederer. 
Breil & Lowe, New York. 37641 

Professor Thompson's studio; novelty and 
comedv singing sketch, by Daniel Delma. 5 p. 
f^ Ms. [Words only] 

© Ic. Apr. 9, 1912 ; D : 29325 ; Dan Delma, 
Boston. 37642 

Professor Whimsical; an original farce com- 
edy in 3 acts, l)y L. Westervelt. 

© Leonidas Westervelt, New York; 1900 
A: 22633, Sept. 11. 37643 

Professorial bigamy; by H. B. Hoffman. 2 p. 
i°. Typewritten. 

© Herman B. Hoffman, New York; D: 
2310, Sept. 8, 1902 ; 2c. Sept. 8, 1902. 37644 

Professor's (The) assistant; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. B. Morgan. 156 p. 4°. Type- 
^^•ritten. 

© Agnes Bangs Morgan, Brooklyn ; D : 
7182, Aug. 29, 1905 ; 2c. Aug. 29, 1905. 37645 

Professor's (The) come back; vaudeville sketch, 
by H. Foster. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 29, 1910 ; D : 22950 ; Horace Fos- 
ter, New York. 37646 

Professor's (The) daughter. Sec American 
(The) idea. 

Professor's (The) dilemma; by H. B. Hoff- 
man. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© H, B. Hoffman. New York ; D : 11821, 

Nov. 27, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 27. 1907. 37647 

Professor's (The) dream. See Hunting (The) 
of the snark. 

Professor's (A) folly; comedy drama in 3 acts, 

by W. C. Herman. [49] p. f°. Typewritten. 

"© Ic. Sept. 11, 1911; D: 25186; Henry W. 

Link, Chicago. 37648 

Professor's (The) love story. Sec Was fehlt 
ihm? 



1894 



37649 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37666 



Professor's (The) mother-in-law; :i nuisical 
comedy in 3 acts, woi'ds by C. Redmond. [3], 
OS p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li1)retto only J 

© Cornelia Redmond, New York ; D : 6G97. 
INIay 20, 1905 ; 2c. May 20, 1905. 37649 

Professor's (The) mummy; farce comedy in 3 
acts, by 11. L. Dixson. [1], 36 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1914; D:391G4; Harry L. 
Dixson, Northfield, Miiui. 37649a 

Professor's (The) play; or. The kidnapping of 
the Sabine women, a comedy in 4 acts, tr. 
from the German of Franz and Paul von 
Schonthan, by Ludmilla Krueger. 

© Marian F. Delanoy, Alameda, Cal. ; 1898 : 
4359G, July 20. 37650 

Professor's (The) predicament; a comedy in|4 
acts, by F>urton Stanley. 55 1. f°. Mimeo- 
graphed. 

© July 2, 1909 ; 2c. July 26, 1909 ; D : 16370 ; 
Alexander Byors, Chicago. 37651 

Professors (The) truant gloves; a comedy 
sketch, by Bell Elliott Palmer. New York, 
Dick & Fitzgerald, 1906. 5 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald, New York ; D : 7806, 
Jan. 2, 1906 ; 2c. Jan. 10, 1906. 37652 

Professor's (The) washing; [monologue] by 
I. D. Palmer. [3] p. port. 16°. Printed. 

© Iva Donnette Palmer, New l^'ork ; D : 
590S, Dec. 13, 1904 ; 2c. Dec. 2, 1904. 37653 

Profit and loss; original domestic drama in 4 
acts, by S. Wayne. [193] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Apr. 18, 1914; D : 36767 ; Charles 
Stokes Wayne, Point Pleasant, N. J. 37653a 

-play in 1 act, by E. Gottstein. 9 p. 8°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8, 1913; D : 34GG2 ; Elizabeth 
Gottstein, Chicago. * 37654 

Profit (The) sharers. See Fifty-fifty. 

Profligate (The); a play in 4 acts, by A. W. 
Pinero. New York, United States book com- 
pany [1891] 3 p. 1., 123 p. 12°. 

© Arthur W. Pinero, United States; 1892: 
3691, Jan. 22 ; 2c. Nov. 30, 1891. 37655 

a play iu 3 acts, by J. Stetson. 

© John Stetson. Boston; 1893:12399, Mar. 
10. 37656 

Progress; dramatization of business in 3 acts, 
l)y R. L. Houston. [1], 44 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. June 7, 1913; D : 33424 ; Robert J.. 
Houston, Dayton, O. . 37657 



Progress (The) of Mrs. Alexander; comedy in 
3 acts, by L. R. Stanwood. 119 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Nov. 12, 1910 ; D : 22544 ; Louie Ro-ers 
Stanwood, Manchester, Mass. 37658 

Same. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard dra- 
matic club, 1910. 86 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 12, 1910; 2c. Jan. 21, 1911; D: 
23152; Louie R. Stanwood, Brooklihe, Mass. 

37659 

Progressive euchre; a nuisical farce comedy in 
3 acts, by G. S. Knight. 

© George S. Knight, New York ; 1888 : 291, 
Jan. 4. 37660 

Progressive (A) woman; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Harry Jackson. 

© Louis Fierce, Chicago; 1895:44981, Sept. 
4. 37661 

Prohib (The); a comedy drama in prologue and 
5 acts, by D. P. Mathews. 

© David Porter Mathews, Hull, Mass. ; D : 
4220, Nov. 9, 1903. 37662 

Prohibition; play in 1 act, by O. T. Johnsone. 
[14] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 8, 1915 ; D : 42211 ; Otto T. John- 
sone, Brooklyn. 37662a 

or. The Kansas joint, a satire written on 

the law prohibiting the sale of intoxicating 
drinks, a burlesque on the Metropolitan police 
system, by M. S. Drukker. 

© M. S. Drukker, Wichita ; 1891 : 19881, 
June 1. 37663 

Prohibition (The) candidate; or. Caught with 
the goods, farce comedy, by W. H. Macart and 
J. W^ Fit/Patrick. [1], 19 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 19, 1915 ; D : 42030 ; William H. 
Macart and James William FitzPatrick, New 
York. 37663 a 

Prohibition in Kansas; or, A peep behind the 
political curtain by the king of joint keep- 
ers, a serio-comic drama in 4 acts, by O. Nu- 
gent. 

© Owen Nugent, Kansas City, Kan. ; 1891 : 
18723, May 22. 37664 

Prohibitionist's (The) dream; comedy dramatic 
playlet, by C. E. Elliott. [8] p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Mar. 30, 1912; D : 29225 ; Cliarles 
Elven Elliott, Port Orchard, Wash. 37665 

Prologue. See Hurricane (The) 

Promenade of the Broadway belles; a drill for 

twelve girls, by Minee A. Cady. New York, E. 

S. Werner piib. & supply co., 1900. 8 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner pub. & supply co.. New 

York ; 1900 A : 8310, Mar. 30 ; 2c. June 9. 

37666 



1895 



37667 



DKAMATIG COMPOSITIONS 



37688 



Proraenaders (The); a musical comedy, by 

Thomas Cedric Wellsted. 42 p. 8°. Printed. 

© T. C. Wellsted, Hanover, N. H. ; D: 12875, 

Mar. 28, 1908; 2c. Mar. 28, 1908. 37667 

Prometeo: poemetto in 3 qnadri, di F. A. de 
Filippi. ' [6] p. f°. Printed. 

© July 31, 1911 ; 2c. Sept. 8, 1911 ; D : 25167 ; 
Filippo Alfredo de Filippi, New York. 37668 

Prometheus; tanzspiel in 1 akt, von Gregor von 
Pantasi. musik von Beethoven. Wien, Berlin, 
Comoedia, 1912. 24 p. 12°. 

© Ic. Dec. 7, 1912; D: 31608; Comoedia, 
g. m. b. h., Vienna. 37669 



or. The spirit of love, by F. Arrigoni. 

© Fernando Arrigoni, New York ; 1875 : 
3830, Apr. 17. 37670 

Prometheus unbound; a lyrical drama by Percy 
Bysshe Shelley, ed. by V. D. Scudder. Boston, 
D. O. Heath & co., 1892. Iviii, 171 p. 12°. 
(Heath's English classics) 

© Vida D. Scudder, United States; 1892: 
46346, Nov. 14; 2c. Oct. 31. 37671 

Proininent (A) citizen. See Halloway. 

Promise (A); a Greek symposium, by a student 
of Esotero, issued by approval of K. Tiiigley, 
official head of the Universal brotherhood and 
theosophical society, by Joseph H. Fussell. 
Point Loma, Cal., The Theosophical pub. co., 
1901. 12 p. 4°. 

© Katherine Tingley, Point Loma, Cal. ; D : 
135, Feb. 13, 1901; 2c. Apr. 8 1901. 37672 

Promise of Medea; melodramatic episode in 1 
scene, libretto in English and in German, by 
Henriette Brinker Randegger, Italinn version 
by Eugenio Fortunato Randegger, music by 
G. A. Randegger. [5] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1909; D: 17235; Giuseppe 
Aldo Randegger. New York. 37673 

Promised (The) land. 

© Matilda B. DeMille. administratrix, 
Pompton. N. J. ; 1893 : 44647, Oct. 6. 37674 

by A. Davis. [106] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Allan Davis, Pittsburgh; D:1067], May 
31, 1907; 2c. May 31, 1907. 37675 



— a comedy drama in 4 acts, by A. I. Fraser. 
[74] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ada Isabel Fraser, San Francisco ; D : 
151, Feb. 18, 1901; 2c. Jan. 9, 1901. 37676 



— a comic opera in a prelude and 2 acts, by 
J. L. Treat. 

© James L. Treat, Chicago ; D : 5520 Sept. 
9. 1904. 37677 



Promised (The) land — Continued. 

a drama in 4 acts, by A. Davis. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Plarvard dramatic club, 1908. 
6 p. 1., [ll]-69 p. 8°. 

© Allan Davis, Pittsburg; D: 14605. Dec. 
23, 1908; 2c. Dec. 23, 1908. 37678 



— -drama in 3 acts, by A. Koblitz and S. J. 
Warshawsky. [2], 51 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 29. 1914 ; D : 37156 ; Albert Kob- 
litz and S. J. Warshawsky, Cleveland. 

37678a 



— a melodrama in 4 acts, by H. Meredith. 
96 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Harrv Meredith, Boston; 1892:46805, 
Nov. 17; 2c. Nov. 18, 1893. 37679 



— pageant play of the life of Moses in 5 
acts, by Mrs. B. A. Armstrong. 102 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1913 ; D : 35060 ; Mrs. 
Beveridge A. Armstrong, Minneapolis. 

37680 

a play in 4 acts, by Madeleine Lucette 



Ryley. 

© J. H. Ryley, New York; 1893:33118, 

July 13. 37681 

or, Evangeline, a drama in a prologue 



and 4 nets, by T. P. Bayer. Ill p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Theobald Percy Bayer, San Francisco ; 
D : 3513, May 28, 1903 ; 2c. June 12, 1903. 

37682 

Promising' Sam; a farce comedy, by I. Wit- 
mark. 

© Isidore Witmark, United States; 1897: 
28214, May 6. 37683 

Promoter (The); l)y B. Blow, music by Noel 
Poepping. [62] p. f°. Typewritten. [TA- 
bretto only] 

© Ben Blow. St. Louis; D : G676, May 17, 
1905; 2c. May 17, 1*905. 37684 

comedy in 3 acts, by I. and M. L. Land- 
man. 98 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Tan. 5, 1011 ; D : 23013 ; Isaac Land- 
man, Philadelphia. 37685 

by J. Enright. 

© .John Enright, Detroit; 1890:18076. 
.Tune 9. 37686 

■by Norton Rutherford [pseud, of N. 



Robinson] 

© Nugent Robinson, New York ; 1800 : 
33081, Oct. 24. 37687 



— a farce-comedy, by Heard Respess. 

© Lennox Dunbar, New York; D:91, Jan. 
30, 1901. 37688 



1896 



37689 



COPYRIGHTED IN THP^ UNITED STATES 



37709 



Promoter (The) — Contimierl. 

a play, by E. L. Rustles. Typewritten. 

© E, L. Ruggles, Elizabeth, N. J.; 1S9S : 
393,87, June 29; Ic. June 24, 1902; Ic. July 
25, 1902. 37689 

play in 3 acts, by A. M. Kenny. [33] p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

O Ic. Dec. 30, 1910; D : 23002 ; Anna M. 
Kenny, New York, 37690 

vaudeville skit, by B. Rouayne. 5 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 7, 1909 ; D : 16217 ; Burwell Ro- 
nayne, Buffalo. 37691 

■or, Wall street, a comedy of to-day, by 



H. B. Fry. 

© Horace B. Fry, New York; 1891:31518, 
Sept. 5. 37692 

Promoters (The); comedy in 3 scenes, by J. M. 
Martin. [1], 101 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 17, 1912; D: 31154; James M. 
Martin, New Castle, Pa. 37693 

a musical comedy, by O. Weaver. 



© Odell Weaver, Terre Haute, Ind. ; D: 
3879, Aug. 14, 1903. 37694 

original musical comedy, by F. Griffith. 



Chicago, Chicago manuscript co., 1913. [20] 
p. f". Mimeographed. 

© Nov. 14, 1913 ; 2c. Nov. 26, 1913 ; D : 
35148; Alexander Byers, Chicago. 37695 

Prompter (The); a comae opera in 2 acts, li- 
bretto by C. R. Sherlock, score by Harry L. 
Vibbard. 

© Charles R. Sherlock, Syracuse, N. Y. ; 
1899:61679, Sept. 23. 37696 

Promptly at nine; 1 act skit for vaudeville, by 
C. W, Bachmann. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© C. W. Bachmann, Los Angeles ; D : 
11339, Sept. 11, 1907; 2c. Sept. li, 1907. 

37697 

Prone to evil; by L. Mowry. 

© Lincoln Mowry, Woonsocket, R. I. ; 1886 : 
4057, Feb. 17. 37698 

Proof (The); dramatic sketch in 1 act, by F. 
Solger. [1], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 30, 1911; D : 23784 ; Frederick 
Solger, Washington. 37699 

dramatragic episode, by J. N. Wilson. [1], 



19 p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 28, 1914 ; D : 3C901 ; Jerome Nel- 
son Wilson, New York. 37699a 

Proof positive. 

© Franklin File, New York; 1879:2432, 
Feb. 20; 2c. Feb. 22. 37700 



Proper (The) caper; a musical lunch in 3 plates, 
by C. N. Edwards. 

© C. N. Edwards, Chicago; 1885:12609, 
June 6. 37701 

Proper (The) emphasis; 4 act play, by 1*1. B. 
Lindley. 112 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 1, 1915; D: 40241; May Blossom 
Lindley, Oakland, Cal. 37701a 

Proper (The) thing; comedy in 3 acts, by A. 
Gurney. [95] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 29, 1913 ; D : 34273 ; Antoinette 
Gurney, Boston. 37702 

Property (The) man and the show girl; a 
comedy sketch, by Le Fevre and St. John. 
16 p. obi. 16°. Typewritten! 

© Le Fevre and St. John, New York; D: 
14736, Mar. 4, 1909; 2c. Jan. 4, 1909. 37703 

Prophecy (The); by Aileen Powers. 59 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Edith E. Powers, Kansas City, Mo.; 
D : 12455, Feb. 29, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 27, 1908. 

37704 

■ play in 4 acts, by Rev. A. T. Coughlan. 

Northeast, Pa., St. Mary's College [1911] 
68 p. 1G°. 

© Feb. 16, 1911; 2c. Feb. 18, 1911; D: 
23441; Arthur T. Coughlan, Northeast, Pa. 

37705 



— play in 3 acts and 4 scenes, by M. Truax. 
[70] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 8, 1912; D: 29916; Maude 
Truax, New York. 37706 

— a psychological romance in 5 acts, by R. 
Ganthony. 46 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Richard Ganthony, England ; D : 1145, 
Dec. 2, 1901; 2c. Nov. 27, 1901. 37707 



— or. When blood calls, patriotic play in 1 
act and 1 scene, by A. R. Allison. 10 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 2, 1913 ; D : 34608 ; Archibald R. 
Allison, Alameda, Cal. 37708 

— See also Hulda. 



Prophecy (The) of the voodoo king. See 
Black (The) doctor. 

Prophet (Der) See Viandante (II) 

Prophet (The); comedy in 3 acts and 1 scene, 
by E. Locke. [89] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 30, 1914; D: 38950; Edward 
Locke, New York. 37708a 



— a comedy in 3 acts, by J. Gorman. 

© James Gorman, Greenpoint, N. Y. ; 1893 : 
3547, Jan. 16. 37709 



1897 



37710 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37728 



Prophet (The) — Continued. 

a draiiia in 4 acts |l)y J. C. Lange, jr.] 

6S p. 12°. Printed. 
© Jacob C. Lange, jr., Pittsburgh ; D : 14743, 

Jan. 5, 1909; 2c. Feb. 4. 1909. 37710 

by T. P. Glancy. 



© Tbomas F. Glancy, Manchester, N. H. ; 
189o; 27225, May 18; 2c. Sept. 2, 1899. 37711 

a 1 act play by E. Eisner. 9 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Edward Eisner, New Yorlv ; D : 9428, Nov. 
14, 1906; 2c. Nov. 14, 1906. 37712 

a petite comedy in 1 act, by J. B. Fithian. 

'© John B. Fithian, Joliet, 111. ; 1877 : 3238. 
Mar. 16. • 37713 

Prophet of Babylon; a biblical drama in 8 
acts, by W. B. Norris and Susanna G. Nor- 
ris. 

© William B. Norris, New York ; D : 8062, 
Feb. 16, 1906. 37714 

Prophet (The) of Longacre square; original 
playlet, by C. F. Ivins. [2], 34 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 16, 1915 ; D : 41512 ; Clifford F. 
Ivins, Red BanlJ, N. J. 37714a 

Prophet (The) of the Ganges; an oi'iental comic 
opera in 3 acts, text, lyrics and libretto by 
Herbert Harndin, music by Charles A. Burke. 
© Robert Harndin, C. A. Burke and Wil- 
liam W. Randall, New York; 1895:49273, 
Sept. 28. 37715 

Prophet (The) of the Nile; or, Gordon and El 
Mahdi, a romantic, military and spectacular 
drama in 5 acts, by A. Everly. 

© Adam Everly, Philadelpbia ; 1885:6060, 
Mar. 12. 37716 

Prophet Percival; drama in 4 akten, von 
Melchior Lengyel, fiir die deutsche biihne 
bearbeitet von Ferdinand Stieber. Bonn, A. 
Aim, 1911. 63 p. 8°. 

© Feb. 17, 1911; 2c. Mar. 4. 1911; D: 
23546; Albert Ahn, Bonn, Germany. 37717 

Prophete (Le); guide to the opera, music by 
Meyerbeer, including a biography of tlie com- 
poser, a history of the woi-k and all tlie prin- 
cipal themes, by H. AV. Hart, ii, 12 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 22, 1909 ; D : 16310 ; Henry W. 
Hart, Brooklyn. 37718 

Prophets (The); a biblical representation, by 
Martina INIorrow. New York, E. S. Werner 
publishing & supply co., inc., 1902. cover- 
title, 6 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner pub. & supply co.. New 
York ; D : 1369. Jan. 29. 1902 ; 2c. Feb. 26. 1902. 

37719 



Prophet's (The) call to Nineveh. See Jonah 
and the whale. 

Prophet's (The) dream. Sec Coronation (The) 
of Columbus. 

Prophet's (The) wives; an original burlesque in 
2 acts, by E. P. Lewis. 27 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Edwin P. Lewis, New York; D : 13()39. 
May 23, 1908; 2c. May 23, 1908. 37720 

Prophylactic (The); pb'.y in 4 acts and 6 scenes, 
by Courtney Rowland and P. Rice. 100 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 7, 1915; D: 41173; Philip Rice, 
San Francisco. 37720a 

Proposal (The); comedy for 1 male and 2 fe- 
males, by Frances Aymar Mathews. New 
York, E. S. Werner, 1907. 12 p. 12°. 

© Edgar S. Werner & co., New York ; D : 
11701, Nov. 7, 1907; 2c. Nov. 22, 1907. 37721 



— a monologue for a gentleman, by H. Fezan- 
die. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1893. 8 p. 
16°. ([Baker's ed. of plays]) 

© Hector Fezandi^, New York ; 1893 : 32305, 
July 8 ; 2c. Aug. 18. 37722 

— a picture play in 1 act, by F. G. Main. 10 



p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Fannie Gideon Main, Chicago ; D : 11817, 
Nov. 27, 1907 ; 2c. Nov. 16, 1907. 37723 

Proposal (A) by proxy; by W. Coleman Parker. 

© Hnrold Roorbach, New York; 1899: 

632.59, Sept. 29 ; 2c. Oct. 14. 37724 

See also Good (The) of wishing. 



Proposal (A) in pajamas; by G. H. Carter. 18 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 16, 1909; D : 16277 ; George H;;r- 
rison Carter, New York. 37725 

Proposal (A) under difficulties; a farce, by 
John Kendrick Bangs. [New York, Hari»er 
& brothers, 1895] p. 151-160. 8°. 

© Hai-per & bros., New York ; 1895 : 61096, 
Dec. 4 ; 2c. Dec. 5. 37726 

Proposals; a comedy in 3 acts, by Max Adeler 
[pseiid. of C. H. Clark] 

© Charles Heber (31ark, Philadelphia ; 1877: 
9868. Aug. 29. 37727 

an original American society drama in 5 

acts, by A. Pitou. 

© Augustus I'itou, New York; 1873:9279, 
Aug. 18.' 37728 

Proposals a la carte; farce in 3 acts, by M. N. 
Grass. 115 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 13, 1915; D: 41494; Milton Na- 
thaniel Crass, Scranton, Pa. 37728a 



1898 



37729 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37747 



Proposing by proxy; or, The end of the story, 
by Arthur Helliarand Harold Montague. New 
York, S. French ; London, S. French, ltd., 
1908. 13 p. 12°. 

© Samuel French, New York ; D : 11879, 
Dee. 7, 1907 ; 2c. xVpr. 14, 1908. 37729 

Propriety; comedy iu 4 acts, by H. S. Sheldon. 
[162] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 13, 1911 ; D : 24209 ; H. S. Shel- 
don, Chicago. 37730 

Props; farce in 1 act, by Stanley Jones. 11 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Collins, Brooklyn; D : 10409, 
Apr. 24, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 24, 1907. 37731 

-in 1 act and 1 scene, by Mrs. C. H. Broom- 
field. 29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 18, 1910 ; D : 22592 ; Charles Col- 
lins, Brooklyn. 37732 

play in 4 acts, by S. Drumb. [91] p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 17, 1914; D : 364.52 ; vSamuel 
Drumb, Bandon, Or. 37732a 

play in 1 act, by E. Goodman. [2], 17 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 17, 1915; D: 41794; Edward 
Goodman, New York. 37732b 

Pros (The) and cons. Sec Four one act plays. 

Proscribed (The) heir; a drama in 3 acts, for 
male characters only, tr. from the French by 
a member of the college faculty, arr. and pub- 
lished by J. A. Lyons. Notre Dame, Ind., 
Scholastic press, 1886. 

© Joseph A. Lyons, Notre Dame, Ind. ; 1887 : 
6072, Mar. 15 ; 2c. Mar. 15. 37733 

Prosecuting (The) attorney; by R. E. Cum- 
mings. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 10, 1911; D : 24656 ; Ralph E. 
Cummings, Oshkosh, Wis. 37734 

1 act play, by T. E. Grant. 10 p. f °. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1911; D: 25448; Thomas E. 
Grant, Denver. 37735 

or, The Hastings case, drama in 4 acts, by 

O. A. Hauerbach. 120 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 21, 1910; D : 17989 ; Otto A. 
Hauerbach, New York. . 37736 

Prosecutor (The); drama in 4 acts, by C. G. 
Roe and Clare Teal Wiseman. 64 p. 12°. 
Printed. 

© May 8, 1914 ; 2c. May 4, 1914 ; D : 37046 ; 



Clifford G. Roe, Chicago. 



37736a 



Prospector (The); a comedy in 4 acts, by D. H. 
Beelman. Typewritten. 

© David Houston Beelman, St. Louis ; 
1899 : 42692, June 30 ; 2c. June 30. 37737 



Prospector (The) — Continued. 

comedy in 3 acts, by W. Steell. Boston, 

Walter H. Baker & co., 1912. 113 p. 12°. 

© I'eb. 19, 1912 ; 2c. Feb. 20, 1912 ; D : 28776 ; 
Willis Steell, Islip, N. Y. 37738 

play in 1 act, by W. E. Wilkes. [20] p. 8°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 1, 1910; D: 22199; Wm. E. 
Wilkes, New York. 37739 

western drama in 3 acts, by E. J. Sharp- 



steen. [1], 54 p. Ms. 

© Ic. Apr. 21, 1913 ; D : 33011 ; Ernest J. 
Sharpsteen, Grand Rapids, Mich. 37740 

Prospects; 1 act dramatic comedy sketch, by 
G. E. Murphy. 14 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 11, 1910 ; D : 22536 ; George Ed- 
ward Murphy, New York. . 37741 

Prosperity hall; a farce in 4 acts, bv R. Reilly 
[1], 40 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Regina Reilly, Oakland, Cal'. ; D : 7173, 
Aug. 28, 1905 ; 2c. Sept. 20, 1905. 37742 

Prostitutes (The); a drama in 4 acts, by H. O. 
Stechhan and M. Terrell. [135] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 22, 1910 ; D : 21855 ; H. O. Stech- 
han and Maverick Terrell, Seattle. 37743 

Prote; a play, by H. V. Sutherland. [90] p. 
f°. Ms. 

© Ic. Aug. 19, 1910; D : 21834 ; Howard V. 
Sutherland, Denver. 37744 

Protect animals. Hee Vivisector (The) 

Protected; play in 3 acts, by E. F. Joyce, jr. 
19 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 28, 1915 ; D : 41845 ; Edward F. 
Joyce, jr., New York. 37744a 

Protected interests; or, The man higher up, 
drama in 4 acts, by Edward Staats De Grote 
Tompkins. 113 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Ic. .Jan. 2, 1912 ; D : 28177 ; E. S. De G. 
Tompkins, Coxsackie, N. Y. 37745 

Protection; comedy-drama, by E. I. de Varona. 
14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 21, 1913; D : 33611 ; Edwin I. 
de Varona, Chicago. 37746 

a comedy in 4 acts, in imitation of Le de- 
pute Leveau, with full permission from Jules 
Lemaitre, by C. Renauld. [1], 74 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Charles Renauld, New York; 1890: 
40126, Dec. 18; 2c. Feb. 3, 1891. 37747 

1 act dramatic sketch in 1 scene, by R. 

Brown. 3 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 15, 1915 ; D : 42501 ; Ray Brown, 
San Mateo, Cal. 37747a 



1899 



37748 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37768 



Protection — Continued. 

play in 3 acts, by W. Cluxton and Louis 

Eisch.' [87] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 17, 1913 ; D : 34752 ; Walter Clux- 
ton, Boston. 37748 

Protector (The); a drama in 4 acts, by H. A. 
Kedheffer. [2], 94 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 23, 1909; D: 16618; Harry A. 
Redheffer, St. Louis. 37749 

Protege (The); comedy drama in 4 acts, by I. 
Witmark. 

© Isidore Witmark, New York ; 1893 : 40933, 
Sept. 8. 37750 

Protest (The); a play in 1 act, by A. Sterner. 
2 p. 1., 13 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 2, 1914; D: 38673; Albert 
Sterner, Ne\v York. 37750a 

Proud as a queen; a drama in 4 acts, by E. F. 
Riggs. 118 p. ■ f°. Ms. 

© E. F. Riggs, Swanton, Md. ; 1885 : 16354, 
July 30; Ic. Aug. 13. 37751 

Proud Maisie; play in 4 acts, by Edward G. 
Hemmerde. [London, Baines and Scars- 
brook, printers, 1912] 57 p. 8°. 

© Mar. 12, 1912 ; 2c. July 9, 1912 ; D : 30277 ; 
Edward G. Hemmerde, London. 37752 

Proved true. 

© Charles C. Maubury, Philadelphia ; 1883 : 
23276, Dec. 15; 2c. Dec. 15. 37753 

a drama in 5 acts, by Mortimer Murdock. 

© William Murdock, St. Louis ; 1886 : 4715, 
Feb. 25. 37754 

Provident (A) leg; a play in 1 act, by H. 
Henderson. [2], 17 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© Harold Henderson, Los Angeles; D: 
1006, Oct. 24, 1901 ; Ic. Nov. 23, 1901. 37755 

Provider (The); a modern play in 4 acts, by 
Mattbew Barry. 93 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Mildred Holland Wliite, New York; U: 
11825, Nov. 29, 1907; 2c. Nov. 29, 1907. 

37756 

Provost (The) guard; a comedy drama of the 
Civil War, in 3 acts, by W. Davis. 

© Washington Davis, San Francisco ; 1892 : 
36418, Sept. 5. 37757 

romantic comedy-drama of the Civil War 

In 4 acts, by W. Davis. 

© Washington Davis, New York; 1894: 
38489, Aug. 20. 37758 

Proxy (The); farcical comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. Reinecke. 112 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 20, 1912 ; D : 29718 ; Wm. Rein- 
ecke, Cos Cob, Conn. 37759 

Prozess (Dei-) Sec also Unter vier augen. 



Prudence Rudd, the Puritan's daughter; a 
drama in 1 act, by J. Schonberg. 

© James Schonberg, New York; 1889: 
26905, Sept. 4. 37760 

Prunella; a dramatic composition, by Lawrence 
Housman and H. Granville Barker. New 
York, Brentano's, 1906. 1 p. 1., 89 p. 8°. 

© Brentano's, New York; D : 9627, Dec. 1, 
1906; 2c. Dec. 1, 1906. 37761 

Prussian (The); an original drama in 4 acts, 
by G. F. Rowe. 

© George Fawcott Rowe, Now York ; 1873 : 
10464, Sept. 12. 37762 

Prussian (A) courtship; play in 4 acts, by P. 
Ghynoweth. [1], 113 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

.© Ic. Mar. 29, 1913; D : 32781 ; Phillips 
Ciiynoweth, Madison, Wis. 37763 

P's and Q's; play in 1 act, by A. N. Meyer. 
18 p. 4^". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 24, 1915; D : 39871 ; Annie Na- 
than Meyer, New York. 37763a 

Pseudo suffragettes; college farce in 2 acts 
with music, book by B. F. Newman, lyrics 
by B. I. Bell and Ralph Rosenthal, music by 
Earle H. Bowlby. 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
[Libretto only] 

© Ic. Apr. 14, 1910 ; D : 20792 ; Ben F. New- 
man, Chicago. 37764 

Pseudonyme; a drama in 3 acts, by F. Bren- 
nun. Typewritten. 

© Francis Brennau, New York; 1896: 
18437, Mar. 24; 2c. Feb. 13. 37765 

Psyche; masque in 7 scenes, by H. de Kay and 
R. de Bruce. 79 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 27, 1915 ; D : 40658 ; Helena de 
Kay and Robert de Bruce, Los Angeles. 

37765a 

oper in 4 akten, von M. Schuett. 35 p. 

8°. Printed. [Libretto only] 

© Mar. 19, 1910; 2c. Mar. 21, 1910; D: 
20524; Max Schuett and Wm. C. Weber, De- 
troit. 37766 



play in 4 acts, by H. C. Stueven. [77] p. 

4°. Typevvrltten. 

© Ic. Aug. 28, 1915 ; D : 41593 ; Hermine C. 
Stueven. Sulfern. N. Y. 37766a 

Psyche; po6me dramatique en 3 actes, [par] 
(3al)riel Mourev. Paris, Mercure de France, 
]9T3. 137 p., 2 1. 12°. 

© June 5, 1913; 2c. Sept. 11, 1913; A— 
Foreign 8137; G. Mourey, Paris. 37767 

Psyche, M. D.; n comedy in 1 act, by Charles 

liaraard. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 1895. 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston; 1895: 

50781, Oct. 7; 2c. Oct. 28. 37768 



1900 



37769 



COPYEIGHTED II!^ THE UNITED STATES 



37789 



Psychic (The) bond; an hypnotic study in 1 act, 
by D. D. Wells. 

© David Dwight Wells, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
1892 : 22373, May 27. 37769 

Psychic (The) current; a 1 act playlette, by 
W. H. Fairbanks. 2 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© W. H. Fairbanks, Salt Lake City; D: 
14610, Dec. 23, 1908 ; 2c. Dec. 9, 1908. 37770 

Psycho; great problem play in 4 acts, by E. G. 
Matlack. [2], 26 p. i°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1913; D: 31959; Edward G. 
I\ratlack, East St. Louis, 111. 37771 

Psycho-scientific Salome; farce in 1 act, by 
G. H. Neiswender. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1910; D: 20341; George H. 
Neiswender, Columbus, O. 37772 

Psychological (A) expedient; play in 3 acts, by 
W. Talbott. 77 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 6, 1912 ; D : 304.50 ; Wellington 
Talbott, New York. 37773 

Psychological experiments. See Wake up, 
William Henry. 

Psychological (A) moment; a farce in 2 scenes, 
for female characters only, by Helen .Sher- 
man Griffith. Boston, W. H. Baker & co., 
1903. 18 p. 16°. (Baker's ed. of plays] 

© Walter H. Baker & co., Boston ; D : 2980, 
Feb. 11, 1903 ; 2c. Mar. 14, 1903. 37774 

1 act comedy, by J. Seagrave. 24 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 11, 1915; D : 40613 ; Jane Sea- 
grave, Brookline, Mass. 37774a 

Psychologist (The); playlet in 1 act and 2 
scenes, suggestion from the German, by N. 
Hefron. 7 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. IMar. 27, 1912 ; D : 29283 ; Nevada Hef- 
ron, New York. 37775 

Psychology; a farce in 2 acts, by W. B. Hooker. 
[50] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© William Brian Hooker, Farmington, 
Conn.; D : 7152, Aug. 23, 1905; 2c. Aug. 23, 
1905. 37776 

Psychoscope (The); a modern drama in 5 acts, 
by R. M. Daggett and J. T. Goodman. [87] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Robert H. Davis, New York; D : 1824, 
May 3, 1902 ; 2c. May 3, 1902. ' 37777 

a sensational drama in 5 acts, by R. M. 

Daggett and J. T. Goodman. Virginia City, 
Nev., The authors, 1871. 60 p. 8°. 

© R. M. Daggett and J. T. Goodman, Vir- 
ginia City, Nev.; 1871: 11640, Dec. 9; 2c. Dec. 
10. 37778 

-^ Same. Act 4, scene 1. 

© R. M. Daggett and J. T. Goodman, Vir- 
ginia City, Nev. ; 1871 : 11641, Dec. 9. 37779 



P'tites (Les) Michu; op§ra-comique en 8 actes, 
paroles de Albert Vanloo et Georges Duval, 
musique de Andre Messager. Paris, Librairie 
theatrale, 1903. 2 p. 1., 144 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© L. Michaud, Paris ; D : 3550, June 8, 1903 ; 
2c. June 8, 1903. 37779a 

Public (The) eye; original farce in 3 acts, by 
Kate Jordan [i. e. K. J. Vermilyej [2], 142 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17, 1912 ; D : 30282 ; Kate Jordan 
Vermilye, New York. 37780 

by Kate Jordan Vermilye. 188 p. 4°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 10, 1913 ; D : 32913 ; Kate Jordan 
Vermilye, New York. 37781 

or, The newspaper minstrels, a sensation 

in 4 pages and a supplement, by C. F. Pidgin, 
music by C. D. Blake. 

© Cliarles F. Pidgin and Charles D. Blake, 
Boston ; 1884 : 6519, Mar. 26. 37782 

Public money; a play of private life and pub- 
lic service, portraying passion, patriotism and 
politics, in 5 acts, adapted from the French 
by W. E. Fitzhenry. 

© Walter E. Fitzlienry, Greenbush, N. Y. : 
1881 : 8855. June 6. 37783 

Public opinion; comedy in 1 act, by S. G. Cham- 
plin. 12 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 26, 1915 ; D : 40771 ; Stephen G. 
Champlin, Brooklyn. 37783a 

a drama in 5 acts, by H. Shepherd. Type- 
written. 

© Harry Shepherd, St. Paul ; 1894 : 10704, 
Feb. 17; 2c. Feb. 17. 37784 



■ by O. D. Byron and Kate Byron. 

© Oliver Doud Byron, New York; 1878: 
15025, Dec. 31. 37785 

Public (The) prosecutor; drama In 3 acts, by 
IM. Wittels. 46 p f° Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 7, 191 3 ; D : 31905 ; Frint George 
and Max Wittels, Denver. 37786 

Public (A) secret; play in 3 acts, by H. S. 
Rogers. [68] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 10, 1911 ; D : 23609 ; Hyde Scott 
Rogers, Denver. 37787 

Public (The) servant; play in 4 acts, by B. A. 
Fisher. [88] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 1, 1911; D: 23245; Boyde A. 
Fisher, Brooklyn. 37788 

Public (The) worrier; a farce in 1 act, by 
George M. Vickers. 

© Geo. M. Vickers, Philadelphia; 1887: 
15292, June 13. 37789 



1901 



37790 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37809 



Public (The) worrier — Continued. 

Same. Philadelphia, The Penn publishing 

company, 19U7. p. 160-160. 12°. 
© Penn pub. cc, Phihulelphia ; D : 10268, 

Apr. 4, 1907 ; 2c. Apr. 3, 1907. 37790 

Publicity (The) man; original comedy in 4 acts, 
by O. ]■:. -Mace. [104] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 7, 1914; D: 36273; Chas. E. 
Mace, Denver. 37790a 

Publius Ovidius Naso; by A. Del Mar. 

© Alexander Del Mar, New York; 1900 A: 
26982, Oct. 30. 37791 

Puce a, I'oreille; piece en 3 actes, avec la niise 
en scene complete et conforme tl la representa- 
tion, [de] G. Feydeau. Paris, Librairie thea- 
trale, 1909. 276 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 2.5, 1909 ; 2c. Oct. 4, 1909 ; D : 17441 ; 
Georges Feydeau, Paris. 37792 

Puck; a dramatic and musical composition and 
pantomimic production, by I. Kiralfy. 

© Imre Kiralfy, New York; 1882:16846. 
Oct. 10. 37793 

a mythological, legendary, spectacular 



drama in 4 acts and 2 interludes, by R. C. 
Machesney. 

© K. G. Machesney, Pittsburgh; 1881:716. 
Jan. 13. 37794 

the new and original farcical comedy in 



3 acts, by Charles H. Fleming. 

© Joseph Pettingill, Boston; 1884:202.39, 
Oct. 8. 37795 

an original protean comedy drama in 3 



acts, by F. C. Burnand. 

© Harry Wall, New York; 1871:2473. 
Mar. 23. 37796 

or. Around the world in forty minutes, 



a poetical comedy iu 1' act, by Charles F. 
Pidgin. 

© Charles F. Atkinson, Boston ; 1881 : 
2004, Feb. 21. 37797 

Puck and Judge; comedy in 1 act, by William 
Newton. [7] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Chas. B. Marvin and Harry H, Frazee, 
Chicago; D : 2280, Aug. 27, 1902; 2c. Oct. 
27, 3902. 37798 

or, What fools these mortals be, by E. K. 

Burton. 

© Edward R. Burton, New York; 1890: 
42364, June 20. 37799 

Pudding (The) See Monologues. 

Puebla de las mujeres; comedia en 2 acto.s, de 
Seraliu y .loaquin Alvarez Quintero. Madrid 
[Sociedad de autores espafioles] 1912. 71 p. 
12°. 

© May 24, 1912; 2c. May 13, 1912; D: 
29784; S. y J. Alvarez Qnintero, Madrid. 

37800 



Pueblo (El) del peleon; opereta m^nflica en 1 
acto, dividido en 5 cuadros, en verso, pseudo- 
parodia de La corte de Faraon, por Miguel 
Mihura y Ricardo Gonzalez, musica del maes- 
tro Jos6 Padilla. Madrid [Sociedad de au- 
tores espauoles] 1911. 46 p. 12°. [Libretto 
only] 

© May 26, 1911; 2c. May 27, 1911; D: 
24309; M. Mihura y R. Gonzfilez, Madrid. 

37801 

Puerta (La) del sol; revista c6mico-lIrica en 1 
acto. dividido en 4 cuadros, en prosa y verso, 
original de Celso Lucio y Manuel Fernandez 
Paiiiniero, nu'isica del maestro Ruperto Chapi. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espanoles] 1907. 
39 p.. 1 1. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© C. Lucio y M. Fernandez Palomero, Ma- 
drid ; D : 11516, Oct. 12, 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 14. 1907. 

37802 

Puertas al campo; juguete comico, en 1 acto 
y en prosa, de F, Muuoz Duenas y P. Montagud. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espauoles] 
1909. 31 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 23, 1909; 2c. Sept. 24, 1909; D: 
16909 ; F. Munoz Dueiias y Pascual Montagud, 
Madrid. 37803 

Puesto (El) de agua; entremes en medio acto 
y en prosa, original de G. Valero Martin. 
Madrid [Sociedad de autores espaiioles] 1911. 
15 p. 12°. 

© Aug. 21, 1911; 2c. Aug. 22, 1911; D: 
25026; Gonzalo Valero Martin, Madrid. 

37804 

Puffs; farce in 1 act, by R. Butler. 15 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© ic. Oct. 4, 1911; D: 25398; Rachel But- 
ler. Cincinnati. 37805 

Pug; or, Holding the fort, a farcical comedy 
in 3 acts, by F. H. Gassaway. [77] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Frank Harrison Gassaway, San Fran- 
cisco; 1886:27998, Dec. 11; Ic. Dec. 11. 

37806 

Pug and the baby; farce comedy in 1 act. 
Clyde. O., Ames publishing co., 1889. 13 p. 
12°. ([Amos' series of standard and minor 
drama, no. 2G5]) 

© Ames pub. co., Clyde, O. ; 1889:18460, 
June 17 ; 2c. June 27. 37807 

Pug, the mop-lady. Sec Strenuous day. 
Pugilist's (The) protege; by W. J. Lees. 

© William J. Lees, St. Louis; 1893:40926, 
Sept. 8. 37808 

Pugilist's wife and the piano teacher; by H. N. 
Clermont. p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 21, 1909; D: 171-58; Hannibal N. 
Clermont, Schenectady, N. Y. 37809 



1902 



37810 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37828 



Pugwash (The) Corners trio; comedy in 1 

act, by I. May. [2], 10 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1912; D: 31092; lola May, 

New York. 37810 

Pulaski's lake; a comedy in 3 acts, by C. Gilde- 
haus. 

I© Clias. Gildehaus, St. Louis ; 1897 : 24521, 
Apr. 20. 37811 

Pulcinella; pi6ce en 3 actes en vers, de Jehanne 
d'Orliac, musique d' Alexandre Georges. 
[Paris] Edition du Cliariot, 1910. cover-title. 
79 p. illus. 10°. [Words only J 

© July 13, 1910; 2c. Aug:. 20. 1910; D: 
21835; J. d'Orliac, Paris. 37812 

Pulcritud (La), peluqueria; saiuete en 1 acto y 
en prosa, original de A. Martin Ruiz y Pedro 
Gal&n. Madrid [Sociedad do jintores espa- 
noles] 1914. 17 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914; Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D: 
38181 ; A. Martin Ruiz v P. Galfln. Madrid. 

37812a 

Pull; an original comedy in 3 acts, by Herbert 
Hall Winslow. 

© Alba Hey wood. Chicago; 1895:9248. 
Feb. 13. 37813 



slietcli, from the French of Max Maurey, 

by F. C. Fay. 18 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 21, 1910; D: 22879; Mrs. F. O. 
Fay, New York. 37814 

Pull (The) back; by T. S. Denison. Chicago, 
T. S. Denison, 1878. 1 p. 1., [39]-46 p. 12°. 
([School and social drama]) 

© T. S. Denison. Chicago: 1878:12820, 
Nov. 7; 2c. Nov. 11. 37815 



Same. Chicago. T. S. Denison [19061 i 

p. 1., [39]-46 p. 12°, (Amateur series) 

© T. S. Denison, Chicago, in renewal for 
14 years from Nov. 7, 1906 ; D : 9322. Oct. 26. 
1906; 2c. Oct. 26, 1906. 37816 

Pulling (The) horse; pl:iy in 3 acts, by E. 
Berge-Soler. 140 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 7, 1910; D: 25708; Edward 
Berge-Soler, Allston, Mass. 37817 

Pullman palace car. See P. P. C. 

Pullman (The) porter; a grip, a trip, and a 
tip, by J. McCree. 11 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
© Ic. Sept. 1, 1915; D: 41627; Junie Mc- 
Cree, New Yorlj. 37817a 

Pullman (The) sleeping-car porter; by C. S. 
Turner. 

© Cornelius Scofield Turner, Eau Claire, 
Wis. ; D : 14210, Oct. 26, 1908. 37818 



Pullman (The) strike; or, Chicago strike, a 
melodrama in 5 acts and 8 scenes, by R. G 
Whittey. 

© Richard G. Whittey, Worcester; 1895: 
37638. July 20. 37819 

Pullman (The) tourists; a musical farce com- 
edy in 2 acts, by H. Olver. [5], 48 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Words only] 

© ic. Mar. 27, 1912 ; D : 29816 ; "Hal. Olver, 
Boston. 37820 

Pullman troubles; in 1 net, by M. Hopkins. 5 
p. f°. Typewritten. 

© le. Sept. 15. 1910 ; D : 22051 ; Monroe Hop- 
Ivins. A'iekshurg. Midi. 37821 

Pulpit (The) and the bar; drama in 4 acts, by 
L. B. Parker. Typewritten. 

© Lem B. Parker, Washington, la. ; 1899 : 
27557. Apr. 21 : 2e. Apr. 21. 37822 

Pulse (The) of New York; a melodrama in 5 
:m ts, hy R. (}. Morris. [72] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Robert Griffin Morris, New York; 1882- 
2686, Feb. 21 ; Ic. June 15. 37823 

Pulse (The) of the world; original di'ama in 4 
acts, by J. H. Manners. [3], 73 p. 4°. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1910; D : 22581 ; J. Hartley 
Manners. New York; 37824 

Pumpkin (The) colored trio; comedy vaudeville 
■ ict, by S. Perrin. 4 p. 8°. Typewritten. 

© le. Sept. 16, J 912; D : 30851 ; Sidney L. 
Perrin, Chicago. 37825 



Pumpkins and apricots. 
(The) 



Sec Willoughbys 



Punch (The); comedy drama in 4 acts, by W. L. 
Fogg and H. F. Moulton. [81] p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Apr. 6, 1914 ; D : 36725 ; Walter Leroy 
Fogg and Hsirold Franklin Moulton. Lynn, 
Mass. 37825a 

original comedy in 4 ads, by B. Babcock. 

[131] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 29, 1913; D : 34276 ; Bertrand 
Babcock, New York. 37826 

play in 1 act, by C. H. Smith and Francis 



X. Conlan. 13 p. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 19, 1913; D: 32999; Chas. H. 
Smith, New York. 37827 

Punch & Judy; a pantomime-opera in 3 acts, by 
H. Frewin. cover-title, 64 p. nar. 4°. 
Printed. [Libretto only] 

© Nov. 15, 1915 ; 2c. and afC. Nov. 18, 1915 ; 
A : 415657 ; Harrison Frewin, c/o Boosey & 
CO., London. 37828 



5379— VOL 2—17- 



-16 



1903 



37829 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37847 



Punch & Judy — Continued. 

-a tragical drama in 1 act for toys, altered 

and arr. by E. T. Richmond. 
© Samuel Freucli. New York ; D : 4952, Apr. 

28, 1904. 37829 

a tragico-comical drama, by VN'. Murdoch 

Lind. Crest version. New York, Chicago 
[etc.] M. Witmark & sons. 1906. 32 p. illus. 
12". 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York ; D : 8058, 
Feb. 2f,. 1900 : 2c. Feb. 20, 1906. 37829a 

Punch (The) and Judy girl; a sketch, by N. Har- 
ding. 1'! i>. 4 . Typewritten. 

© Newman Harding. LondoiK D : 6738. May 
27. 1905; 2c. May 27. 190.>. 37830 

Punch, and Judy's example show; 1 act play, 
by J. t". I'liscii. l.j p. 4\ Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 19, 1909: D : 17443 : John C. 
Frisch, Weeliawken Heights, N. .T. 37831 

Punch (The) bowl; play in 1 acr, by E. \V. Mc- 
Intyrc. -JS p. 4'. Typev>riiten. 

© Ic. Dec. 29, 1913; D: 35486; Eilward W. 
IVIcIntyrc. San Francisco. 37832 

Punch. Judy and co. ; a mnslcnl extravaganza 
in ] act. by i>. Hammerstein. 

Q Oscar Hanunerstein, United States; D: 
3399, Miiy S. 1903. 37833 

Punchinello. S<r Pagliacci. 

Punchinello and Columbine; pla.\ in 1 act, by 

K. Marl)!fStoni'. [3]. 43 p. 4". Tyi)ewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 11. 1913: D: 32046: Elias Mar- 

blestone. Now York. 37834 

Punctured (A) tire; a >!eri<>-c<»medy in 5 acts, 
fouiuled oil novel of same name, by W. Y. 
Wintbror). Ts p. 4°. Tyiiewritten. 

© William Vount Wintluop, W'ootlmont. 
Conn ; 1 ) : 2r.-J0. Nov. 3. 1902; 2c. Nov. 3. 1902. 

37835 

Punished sin. Sec Rosabelle. 

Punishment; ilrama in 4 a<-1s. by 1 >. .M. Lynn. 
01 p. 4". Typewritten.- 

© Ic. Apr. 12, 1911: 1>: 23933; Dora Mac- 
Lynn, Cleveland. 37836 

drama in 3 acts, by L. Uosansky. 41 p. f°. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23. 1910; D : 20870 ; Louis Ro.san- 
sky, Brooklyn. 37837 

Punishment (The) fits the crime. Spp Shock- 
ing (A) affair. 

Punishment (The) of Dirce; drama in (J acts, 
by M. Hauser. 23 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Magdalcna Hauser, New Orleans ; 1900 
A : 12115, Mny 14 ; 2c. July IS. 37838 



Punishment (The) of fickle mindedness; play 
in 4 acts, by B. Handel man. 

83 p. 8\ Mi3. 

® Ic. May 17, 1915; D: 40676; Bernard 
Handelmau and Louis Katzelnik, New York. 

37838a 

Punkin (The) husker; a rural comedy drama in 
4 acts and 4 scenes, by Lawrence Russell. 

© Globe theatrical co.. Milwaukee; D:6290. 
Mar. 2, 1905. 37839 



a rural comefly in 4 acts, by Emma Marie 

Davis. [64] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© E. M. Davis. Columbus. Ga. ; D:691S. 
July 6, 1905 ; 2c. June 21, 1905. 37840 

Punkin pie; vaudeville act in 1 scene, by Ad- 
rian Metzger and Walter A. Rivers. 8 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 24, 1913; D:. 354.30; Donald 
Blanchard, San Francisco. 37841 

Punkin (The) Run school; a fai-ce in 1 act, 
[by] H. Elliott McBride. 

© liycenm pub. co.. Philadelpbiii : 1S99: 
62834. Sept. 27 ; 2c. Oct. 5. 37842 

Pup (The); 1 act farce, by Lpmmiug and Rowe. 
17 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Geo. A. Lemming and John C Rowe. 
Chi-aao: D:6450. Apr. 3. 1905; 2c. Apr. 3, 
1905. 37843 

Pupil's (A) recital; by I. I. Burroughs. 

© Inez I. Burroughs, Washington. Pa. ; 
D : 13528, Aug. 10, 1908. 37844 

Puppchen; gesangsposse in 3 akten. von Curt 
Kraatz u. Jean Kren, gesangstexte von Al- 
fred Schonfeld. musik von .Jean Gilbert 
[pseud, of Max Winterfeld] Berlin, F. Bloch 
erben, 1913, 118 p. 8°. ILibretto only] 

© Ic. Feb. S. 1913; I): 322.30; Felix' Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 37845 

posse mit gesang und tanz in 3 akten. von 

.lean Kren und Curt Kraatz, gesangstexte. 
von Alfred Schonfeld, musik von Jean Gilbert 
[pseud, of Max Winterfeld] Text der ge- 
sjinge. Berlin, Thalia theater verlag, 1912. 
24 p. 12°. 

© Dec. 31. 1912; 2c. Feb. 26. 1913: D: 
32511; Thalia theater verlag. Berlin. 37846 

Puppenklinik (Die); lustspiel in 3 akten, von 
Franz von S<.hontlian und Rudolf I'resber. 
Berlin-Wilmersdorf, F. Bloch erben. 1913. 
115 p. 8°. 

© Ic. Nov. 4, 1918 ; D : 34931 ; Felix Bloch 
prbpn, Berlin-Wllmersdorf. 37847 



1904 



37848 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37862 



Puppenmadel (Das); vaudeville in 3 akten mit 
beniitzung eines lustspieles von Flers und 
Caillavet, von Leo Stein [pseud, of Leo Roseu- 
stein] und A. M. Willner, musik von Leo 
Fall. Leipzig, L. Doblinger (Bernhax'd Herz- 
mansky) 1910. 141 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 
© Dec. 2, 1910 ; 2c. Dec. 29, 1910 ; D : 23020 ; 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Harzmansky), 
Berlin. 37848 



• naeh eiuem lustsijiel von Flers und 

Caillavet von Leo Stein [pseud, von Leo 
Rosenstein] und A. M. Willner. rausik von 
Leo Fall. Textbuch der gesiinge. Leipzig. 
L. r>oblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) 1910. 
40 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 4, 1910; 2c. Dec. 10, 1910; D: 
22776; Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herz- 
mansky) Leipzig. 37849 

Puppenspieler (Der) A^'tY- Marionetten. 

Puppet (The); by H. Talbot. 

© Hayden Talbot. New York ; D : 14915. 
Jan. 27, 1909. 37850 

comefly drama in 3 acts, by R. A. Wood and 

E. L. Waitt. 61 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Russell A. W.)od und Ernest L. "Wtiitt. 
Boston: D: 13027. Mav 22. 1 90S: 2c. Mav 22, 
1908. ' 37851 

Puppet (The) princess; or. The heart that 
squeaked, Christmas play for children, by 
A. Stevenson. Boston and New York, Hough- 
ton Mifflin company [19151 4 p. 1., [3]-58 p. 
front. 12°. 

© Oct. 2, 1915 ; 2c. Oct. 4. 1915 ; D : 41887 : 
Augusta Stevenson, Indianapolis. 37851a 

Puppet (The) show; play in 3 acts, by F. 
Powell. [3]. 54 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 25. 1910; D : 21698 ; Francis 
Powell, Windsor, Vt. 37852 

Puppets; modern play in 3 acts, by F. Jackson. 
[133] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 2, 1915: D : 41668 ; Fred Jack- 
son, Bayside, N. Y. 37852a 

1 act play, by E. W. Duke. HI, 38 p. 4°. 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 24, 1915; D: 42.^36: E. AVood- 
ward Duke, New York. '. 37852b 

a play in 4 acts, by C. Heverin. [3], 74 p. 



f . Typewritten. 

© Cator Heverin and V. Cremers, New 
York ; D : 253, Mar. 23. 1901 ; 2c. in parts Mar. 
23 to June 10, 1901. 37853 

play in 1 act. by W. Clapp. 19 p. f°. 



Puppets (The) of a king; historical incidents 
in the life of Louis xi, king of France, arr. 
and dramatized in 5 acts, by C. P. Morse. 

© Charles Perrin Morse, Cincinnati; D: 
1471, Feb. 20, 1902. 87854 

Puppets of fate; drama in 4 acts and prologue, 
by A. E. Lavelle. Boston, Gorham press 
[1914] as p. 12°. (American .dramatists 
.series) 

© Apr. 30, 1914 ; 2c. May 8, 1914 ; D : 36977 ; 
Alice E. Lavelle. Boston. 37854a 



Typewritten. 

© Ic. May 3, 1915 ; D : 40548 ; Woodbridge 
Clapp. Wa.shiiigton. 37853a 



historical drama, by A. E. Lavelle. 32 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 3. 1910 ; D : 17849 ; Alice Eliza- 
beth Lavelle. Marlboro, Mass. 37855 

Pura la cantaora; sainete llrico en 1 acto, divi- 
dido en 5 cuadros. en verso y prosa original 
de E. Montesinos y F. Porset. rausica del 
maestro Pablo Luna. Madrid [Sociedad de 
autores espanolos] 1909. 45 p. 12°. [Libret- 
to only] 

© Nov. IS, 1909; 2c. Nov. 19, 1909; D: 
17465; Eduardo Montesinos y Fernando Por- 
set, Madrid. * 37856 

Purchase (The); play in 4 acts, bv A. Hunter. 
[190] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. .Inly 6, 1914; D: 37470; Ancella 
Hunter, IjOs Angeles. 37856a 

Purchase (The) of Polly; in 3 acts, by M. Mc- 
Clelland. [110] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Marion McClelland. Chicago; D: 12419, 
Feb. 25. 1908; 2c. Feb. 28. 1908. 37857 

Purchase (The) price: by H. Chase. 12 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 26, 1912; D: 28840; Howard 
Chase, Chicago. 37858 

Purchased (The) price; u drama in 3 acts, bv 
M. Van der Voort. [6]. 37 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. May 4. 1912; D : 29578 ; Mavbelle 
Van der Voort. Palo Alto, Cal. 37859 

Pure gold"; play in 4 acts, by S. Bruce. [160] 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 6, 1913; D: 34026; Stanley 
Bruce, Los Angeles. 37860 

Pure metals and alloys; plav in 4 acts, by 
V, W. Anderson. [1], 71 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 13, 1913; D : 34853 ; Van W. 
Anderson, Portland, Or. 37861 

Pure nugget; a melodrama in 5 acts, by P. B. 
Christensen. [72] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Paul B. Christensen, Spreckels, Cal. ; 
D:7796, .Tan. 2, 1906; 2c. Jan. 22, 1906. 

37869 



1905 



37863 



DEAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37384 



Purgatorio (El) de San Patricio; por Pedro 
Calderon de la Barea. od. by F. Staud y Xim- 
enez and H. M. Skinuer. (Correlated series 
of Spanish classics) 

© Fernando Staud y Xiui6nez and Hubert 
M. Skinner, Chicago; D:746. Aug. 12, 1901. 

37863 

Purg-atory (A) made of a paradise; a tragedy 
in 3 acts, depleting early day scenes in Okla- 
homa, by I. N. Terrill. 58 p. 24°. Printed. 
© Ira N. Terrill, Capitol Hill, Old.; D: 
9727, .Inn. 2. 1007; 2c. M:ir. 8, 1007. 37864 

Purim (The) basket; play in 2 acts, by Emily 
Goldsnath (iersou. New York, Bloch pub. CO., 
1914. 12 p. 16°. 

© Jan. 18. 1914; 2c. Feb. 21, 1914; D: 
3610(t: Hloc-li pub. co., New York. 37864a 

Purim eve and the Stubinoffs; a Itussian- 

Aiuerican society drama in 5 acts, by S. Stern. 

® Samuel Stern. New York; 1883:22461. 

Dec. 5. 37865 

Purim (The) players; play in 1 act, by S. S. 
Grossniiui. I'liiladolphia. .Julius H. Green- 
stone, 1011. [16]' p. 12°. 

© Feb. 4. 1011 ; 2c. Feb. 16, 1911; 1>:23413: 
Samuel S. <irossmnn, PliibKlelphin. 37866 

Puritr.n (The) and tlie girl; a play of western 
life in 4 acts, by W. H. Carson. 78 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. 

© William Henry Carson. New York; D: 
10456, Apr. 30, 1007 : 2c. Apr. 30, 1007. 37867 

Puritan (A) Camille; domestic drama in 3 acts, 
by O. 1'.. Oh 1 son. 82 p. 4°. Typewritten 

© Ic. Dec. 23, 1913; D: 35426; Oskjir Hern- 
hard Ohlson. Gloversvllle, N Y. 37868 

Puritan (A) conscience; an American drama 
in 4 acts, i\v 1.. B. Comins. 

© Lizbetli P>. Comins, Jamaica Plain, Mass. ; 
1895 : 57328, Nov. 12. 37869 
a society drama in 4 acts, by H. G. John- 
son. 

© Henrv Gordon Johnson, Cambridge. 
Mass.; ]8!i7 : 3.5442. June 14. "^ 37870 

Puritan (A) girl. 

© Melville B. Raymond, New York; D: 
6345, Mar. 10. 1905. 37871 

Puritan (A) romance; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by Estelle Clayton. 

© Isabelle Evesson, New York ; 1897 : 25484, 
Apr. 24. 37872 

a romantic comedy in 3 acts, by Estelle 

Clayton. Typewritten. 

© Isabelle Evesson, Bergen Point, N. J. ; 
1897 : 46184, Aug. 17 ; 2c. Aug. 25. 37873 

Puritan sweets. See Pantomime almanac. 



Puritan (The) wife's secret. See Benedict 
Arnold. 

Puritan (The) witch; a serious drama in 4 acts, 
by Edwin Sylvester Hopkins. 

© Edwin S. Hopkins, jr., Louisville; 1897: 
59229, Oct. 18. 37874 

Puritania; or. The earl and the maid of Salem, 
a comic opera in 2 acts, libretto by C. M. S. 
McLellan, music by Edgar Stillman Kelley. 

© C. M. S. McLellan, New York; 1892: 
16.531. Apr. 16. 37875 

Puritans; or. The captain of Plymouth, a 
comic opera in 3 acts, book by S. S. Tibbals. 
music by Harry C. Eldrldge. 22, [1] p. 8°. 
Printed. [Libretto only] 

© Seymour S. Tibbals, Franklin, O. ; D: 
4631, Feb. 20. 1904 ; 2c. Feb. 20, 1904 : 2c. Nov 
6, 1908. 37876 

Purity (The) girl; tabloid musical comedy in 2 
acts, book and lyrics, by C. B. Casad. 68 p. 
4°. Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. May 22, 1913: 0:33280; Campbell B. 
Casad, New York. 37877 

Purloiners (The); a pl.iy in 4 act.s. bv (J. H. 
.McCut<;heon. 110 p. 4°. Typewritteti. 

© George Barr McCutcheou. Chicago; D- 
7194. Aug. 31. 1905; 2c. Aug. 31. 1905. 37878 

Purple (The) age; a spectacular extravaganza. 

© Edmoud B. Bigelow, Chicago; D : 1642. 

Mar. 24, 1902. 37879 

Purple and fine linen; drama, by A. S. Crafts. 
Typewritten. 

© Annetta Stratford Crafts, Chicago; 1893: 
3,537, Jan. 16; 2c. Sept. 4. 37880 

-in 3 acts, by B. W. Babcock. T.vpewritten. 

© Bertrand Whitcomb Babcock, New York • 

1000 A : 271.50, Nov. 1 ; 2c. Nov. 1. 37881 

prize play of Puritan times in 3 acts, by 

.Vmita B. Fairgrieve and Helena F. Miller 
New York, S. French ; London. S. French, ltd 
1913. 66 p. 12°. ' 

© Dec. 12, 1913; 2c. Dec. 13, 1913; D: 
35330; Ethel Hale Freeman, Northampton. 
Mass., and Samuel French, New York. 37882 

Purple (The) band; drama in 4 acts, by A 
Wolfrom. [122] p. obi. 16°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 9, 1911; D: 25445; Anna Wol- 
from, Kansas Cit.y, Mo. 37883 

Purple bug; by E. E. Coyle and G. R. Brown. 
© Edward E. Coyle and George R. Brown 
Washington; D : 0065. Jan. 12, 1905. 37884 



1906 



37885 



COPYKIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37901 



Pui"ple bug — ( ;ontiiiued. 

a musical extravaganza in 2 acts and 3 

scenes, by Edward E. Coyle and George Roth- 
well Brown. [40] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Li- 
bretto- only] 

© G. R. P.rown and E. E. Ooyle, Washing- 
ton ; D : 8865. July 25, 1906 ; 2c. July 25. 1906. 

37885 

Purple (The) garter; play in 1 act, by H. B. 
Loos. [15] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 6, 1914 ; D : 37235 ; Henry Beaty 
Loos, Narberth, Pa. 37885a 

Purple (The) Inn; adapted from the French, by 
1'. X. Conhin. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Francis Xavier Conlan, New York; D: 
11050. July 26, 1907 ; 2c. July 26, 1907. 37886 

Pui-ple (The) lady; playlet, by W. R. Morrall. 
9 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. .J. 1912; D : 28234 ; Will R. Mor- 
rall. Joliet. 111. 37887 

Purple mark; i>lay in 1 act, by Avery Abbott. 
9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 21, 1910 ; D : 20259 ; xMrs. Keene 
Abbott, Omaha, Neb. 37888 

Pixrple (The) mother; or, A singular retribu- 
tion, play in 4 ;icts, by D. P. Dukemahrr. 
[164] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 11, 1915 ; D : 41467, Dukemahrr. 
Paul Dukemahrr, New York. 37888a 

Pui-ple pole; musical comedy in 3 acts, by W. L. 
Loe.ser. [37] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Ic. Oct. 6, 1909; D: 17035; W. L. Loeser, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 37889 

Purple (The) presence; comedy with a purpose 
in 3 acts, by :M. Douglas. 120 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 14. 1913; D: 33490; Minnie 
Douglas, New York. 37890 

Purple (A) prince; a musical comedy in 2 
acts, by F. E. Howe. 

© Frederic E. Howe, Dowagiac, Mich., D: 
6803, May 31, 1905. 37891 

Purple (The) road; opera comique in 2 acts and 

3 scenes, by F. de G. Maurel. [97] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Libretto only] 

© Ic. Oct. 1.5, 1913; D : 34727"; Fred de 
(^resac Maurel. New York. 37892 

Purple (The) room. See Our houses of clay. 

Purple (The) scarf. See Vallonia. 

Purpose (The) of Venetia Darrington; play in 

4 acts, by R. W. Becker. [1], 91 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© Ic. Dec. 26, 1913; D: 3.5466; Ruth W. 
Becker, Kansas City. Mo. 37893 



Purse strings; modern 4 act play, by W. L. 
Wendell. 81 p. f°. Typev,ritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 2, 1915 ; D : 39262 ; Winifred 
Lop Wendell. Detroit. 37893a 

Pursued by fortune; drama in 4 acts, by N. M. 
Rubin. 

■ [2]. 101 p. 8°. Ms. 

© Ic. Dec. 17, 1913; D : 3.5373 ; Nathan M. 
Rubin, New York. 37894 

Pursuing a mother-in-law; farce in 1 act, by 
Ad. H. Gibson. Clyde, ().. Ames pub. CO., 1907. 
9 p. 12°. ( [Ames' series of standard and 
minor drama, no. 468]) 

© Ames pub. co., Clvde, O. ; D : 10849, June 
26, 1907 ; 2c. June 26. 1907. 37895 

Pursuit (The) of happiness; plav in 1 act. by 
Chas. M. Jellelt'. [3], 12 p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Oct. 12, 1911; D: 25472; William 
A. Tulley, New York. 37896 

See also Kin Fu. 

Pursuit (The) of Pamela; comedy in 4 acts, by 
C. B. Fernald. [122] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 5. 1913; D: 3-5511; Chester 
Bailey Fernald, London. 37897 

Same. New York, S. French ; London ; 

Samuel French, ltd., 1914. 4 p. 1., 96 p. 12^ 

© Mar. 2, 1914 ; 2c. Mar. 4, 1914 ; D : 36237 ; 
Samuel French, ltd.. London. 37897a 

Pursuit (The) of Priscilla; comedy in 2 acts, 
by ]{. Strain in collaboration with H. P. El- 
liott. Printed, not published, by The Uni- 
versity triangle club, 191,3. 2 v. 8°. [Prince- 
ton, N. J.] 

© Ic. Nov. 13, 1913; D : 3.5054 ; Robert 
Strain and Henrv Powers Elliott, Pinnceton, 
N. .L 37898 

Pursuit (The) of the parson; a trial in the 
year A. D. 1980, a mock trial for female char- 
acters only, bv Helen Lee Brooks. Boston, 
W. H. Baker 6c co.. 1901>. 25 p. 12°. 
( [Baker's ed. of plays] ) 

© Walter H. Baker & co.. Boston ; D : 15428, 
Mar. 24, 1909; 2('. Apr. 29, 1909. 37899 

Purveyor (A) of Chambery; a comedy in 2 
a(;ts, by (4. W. Walthew. 78 p. f°. Type- 
written. 

© George W. AValthew, r>etroit; 1887: 
10090, Apr. 15; 2c. Apr. 29. 37900 

Push tall; a burlesque, by J. W. Kennedy. 

© J. Walter Kennedy. Bo.st«m ; 1897:51713, 
Sept. 16. 37901 



1907 



37902 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37922 



Pushed into politics; hy M. G. Winstock. 

© Melvin Germaiue Winstock, New Yctrk : 
D: 1891. May 14. 1002. 37902 

Puss in boots; draiiiMtic coiupuisition, by E. 
(iuerrier. ( /// S. E. G. news. v. 3. no. 4. Feb. 
13. 1915) 

© Feb. 13. 1915 ; lie. Apr. L'. 3915 ; I) : lO^^H ; 
Edith Guei'iier. Boston. 37902a 



■ -operatic extravaganza in 3 scenes, words 

and lyrics by G. Auger. 14 p. f°. Type- 
written. rEibretto onlyl 

© ic. Julv 8, 1912; D:3021<i: <4eo. Anger, 
Bridgeport. Conn. 37903 

a play in 5 scenes, hy .1. lUnlini. [B], 

59 p. 4°. Typewi'itten. 

© Ic. June 7, 1912; I) : 2990.S ; Jean Bedini. 
New York. 37904 

Pussy; new and original operatic con»ed.\- and 
pantomime in 1 scene. l)y J. Gorman. 

© James Gorman, T'nited States: 1884: 
23939, Dec. 3. 37905 

Pussy in a corner; a musical coniedy in a pro- 
logue and ,2 acts, book and lyrics by F. X. 
Finnegan. music by F. Chapin. [115] p. 4°. 
Typewritten. fEibretto only] 

© Frank X. Finnegan atid Frederic Cbapin. 
Chicago; D:6010. Jan. 5. 1905; 2c. Jan. 5. 
1905. 37906 

Pussy wants a corner; W. Alexander Stout. 

© P. Garrett & co.. Philadelphia ; 1890 : 
31553, Oct. 11; 2c. Nov. 23, 1892. 37907 

Pussy willows; a costume drill, by Harriettc 
Wilbur. Lebanon, O.. March brothers. 1908. 
cover-title. 3 p. 12°. (Han-iette Wilbur's 
series of liower plays) 

© March bros., Lebanon. O. ; 1 > : 13884. 
Sept. 21. 1908; 2c. Nov. 9, 1908. 37908 

Put a beggar on horseback; ;i comedy in 4 acts, 
liy Mrs. Harry Beckett. 

© Harry Beckett, New York; 1880:1214. 
Jan. 20. 37909 

Put asunder; a drama in 4 acts, by J. O. Dur- 
ham. [49] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Janet Oldersliaw Durham, Manchester. 
Vft. ; D: 13741. Sept. 9, 1908; 2c. Sept. 9. 
1008. 37910 

Put it down easy; t)r. Get away quick; by G. B. 
(Gardner. 8 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 19, 1910; D : 20518 ; George B. 
Gardner, Nashville. 37911 



Put on your old g-rey bonnet; play in 1 act, bv 

J. K. MacCnrdy. [1]. 28 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. ]>ec. 19. 1914: D: 39149; James Kyrle 

.MacCnrdy, Hrentwc.od. N. Y. 37912a 

Put to test; <1ram;t in 1 act. bv M. K. Pesnel. 
1 2]. 14 p. 12°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 30. 1913; D : 33953 ; Maximilian 
I'Mwin Pesnel. East Orange, N. J. 37913 

Put to the test; comedy sketch, by M. Owen. 
[161 jt. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 17, 1910: D: 22585: Martha 



Ouen. Chicago. 



37914 



— a dramatic sketch in 1 act. by Fjvd Hamill 
and Jeanne Judstjn. 10 p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 6, 1913 ; D : 32210 : Jeanne Jud- 
son. St. TiOuis. and Fred Hamill. Now York. 

37915 

i<(i: It I HO Is marriage a failure? — Vivan- 



diere (The) 

Put (A) up job: a comed.y sketch, in 1 act, by 
Arthur .1. Lamb. 7 p. t°. Typewritten. 

© Charles Merritt, Detroit; D : 45SG, Feb. 
4. 1904; 2c. Feb. 4, 1904. 37916 

■ a farce comedy in 3 acts, tr. from the 



French by Henry J. Farnie, and adapted for 
I he American stage, by J. Smith. 

© Joseph Smith, Lowell; 1890:30837. 
Oct. 6. 37917 

- -Sec also McSweeny's jubilee. 

Put yourself in his place; a drama in 5 acts. 
by diaries Reade and C. A. Reade. 

© Ciiarles A. P.eade. Chicago; 1882:2580. 
Feb. 18. 37918 

Putkins, heir to castles in the air; a comic 
drama in 1 act, by William K. Emerson. Bos- 
ton, C. H. Spencer [1871] 16 p. 12°. ([Spen- 
cer's universal .stage, no. 57]) 

© Charles H. Speucer, Boston ; 1871 : 2971, 
.Vpr. 5: 2c. Apr. 5. 37919 

Putnam, a sou of the Revolution; an Ameri- 
can play ill prologue and 4 acts, by Ella Wren 
Blair. 

© Robert L. Downing. Benning, D. C. ; 1890 : 
19296: Mar. 28. 37920 

Puts and calls; a farce comedy in 3 acts, by 
.1. E. McCann. 

© .Tohn E. Mc-Cann. New York: 1888:3172. 
.Ian. 28. 37921 



Put me off at Buffalo; a dramatic composi- Puts, calls, and straddles; in 4 acts, by Joaquin 

tion in 3 acts, by Frank Kennedy. Miller. 

© James B. Delcher and Frank D. Hen- © Louis Aldrich. F^>ston : 1883:12809, Julv 

nessy. New York ; D : ."'.20, i\Fay 17. 1901. 37912 12. 37922 



1^8 



37923 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37937 



Putting it over; comedy clraiun in 1 act, by 
Mary Ri.ler and St. P. Mellirac. [1], 20 p. f°. 
Typewritten. 

© le. Apr. 12, 191H ; 1): 32935; Mary Rider 
' -^eehtold, New York. 37923 

• coinedv drama in 3 act*;, by L. Arthur and 

F. Hatch. [152] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 23, 1912 ; D : 2946G : Lee Arthur 
nnd Frank Hatch, New York. 37924 

comedy skit with musical interpolations, by 

LouLs AVeslyn. [1], 9 p. 4°. Typewritten. 
rWord.s only] 

© Ic. •Slur. 16, 1914 ; D : 363(55 ; Cliester 
Spencer. New York'. 37924a 

1 act dramatic *'Oiiii>osirion, hy K. S<'ott. 

5 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 8. 1914 : D : 3S442 ; Edward Scott. 
San Francisco. 37924b 

play in 1 act. l>y W. l"-. K<»nney. 12 p. 4'. 

Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mar. 21, 1914; 1 >: 36434 ; William E. 
Bonney. Brooklyn. 37924c 

Putting it over on father; skit in 1 act, by J. W. 
Lincoln. Philadelphia. Penn publishing com- 
pany. 1915. 12 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1915; 2c. Sept. 22, 1915; D: 
41797; Penn pub. co.. Philadelphia. 37924d 

Putting on style; a musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by John Howson. 

© Bertha V. How.son, New Rochelle, N. Y. : 
1885:1665-5, Aug. 4. 37925 

Putting one over; comedy in 4 scenes, by F. 
Cleorge. 16 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 29, 1913; D: 32125; Frederic 
George, Manlius, N. Y. 37926 

comedy sketch, by H. Bashford. [1]. 15 

p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 14, 1914; D : 38104 ; Herbert 

Bashford, Piedmont, Cal. 37926a 

farcical playlet in 1 act, by P. J. Beaman. 



[1], 20 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 2, 1913 : D : 33980 ; Fred J. Bea- 
man, Washington. 37927 

a play in 1 act, by John T. Doyle. 17 p. 

4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Mai-. 21, 1912 ; D : 29110 ; Marion Wil- 
lard Doyle, Allston, Mass. 37928 

See iilso Kidding a kidder. 

Puzzle girl; or. The dream girl, musical play, 
by O. A. Hauerbach. [16] p. 4°. Typewrit- 
ten. [Wonls only] 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1909 ; D : 17632 ; Otto A. Hauer- 
bach. New York. 37929 



Puzzled (A) detective; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Laura E. U. Snow. Ne\\' York, Dick & Fitz- 
gerald, 1904. 26 p. 12°. 

© Dick & Fitzgerald. New York : D : 5123, 
June 2, 1904 ; 2c. June 28, 1904. 37930 



Puzzled (The) Dutchman, 
talking machine. 



S< r Bogus CThe) 



Py gollies; 1 aet comedy, by J. Brooks. [4] p. 
f°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 18, 1912 : D : 31410 ; Jack Brooks, 
Terre Haute. Ind. 37931 

Pygmalion; komodie in 5 aktcn. von Bernhard 
Shavs-. Berlin. S. Fiscliei- verlag, 1913. 109 p. 
12°. 

© Oct. 16, 1913; 2c. Nov. 26. 1913; D: 
35166; S. Fischer verlng. Berlin. 37932 

^ an opera in 1 act. l)y S. F. Houseley. 

© Sarah Fannie Houseley, Denver; 1900 
A: 7243. Mar. 19; 2c. Mar. 19. 37933 

— — play in 5 acts, by a Fellow of the Royal 
.society of literature [George B. Shaw] Lon- 
don. Constable and company, ltd.. 1913. [2], 
82 p. 16°. 

© Ic. Aug. 30. 1913; D : 34281 ; Bernard 
Shaw, London. 37934 

romance in 5 acts, by Bernard Shaw, illus- 
trations by May Wilson Preston {In Every- 
body's magazine, Nov. 1914) 

© Nov. 23. 1914 ; 2c. Nov. 3, 1914 ; D : 38805 ; 
(ieorge Bernard Shaw. London. 37934a 

Pygmalion and Galatea; dramatic scene, by 
L. R. Sanders. 2 p. 12°. 

© Feb. 1. 1910; 2c. Jan. 22, 1910; D: 
17997; Luzetta R. Sanders, (^ant^n. 111. 

37935 



— tragic illusion, by J. A. St. Clair. [9] p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Sept. 17. 1914 ; D : 38159 ; John Archi- 
bald St. Slair. ,San Diego, Cal. 37935a 

— See also Any old thing.— Awakening of 



Galatea. 

Pyjama (Le); comedie en 1 acte, de Jules Ra- 
teau. Paris, Librairie theatrale du Nouveau 
siScle, 1910. 23 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 1. 1911; 2c. Oct. 23, 1911; D: 
25562; G. Ondet et M. Viterbo, Paris. 37936 

Pyramid (The) and billiard games; dramatic 
and ballet divertisement in several composi- 
tions, by B. Kiralfy. 

© Bolossv Kiralfy, New York ; 1887 : 29304. 
Nov. 12 ' 37937 



1909 



37938 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37956 



Py ramus and Thisbe; burlesque scenes from 
Shakespeare's Midsummer night's dream, arr. 
in 2 acts, by Frank Raymond Harris. Frank- 
lin. O.. Eldridge entertainment house. 1912. 
30 p. 12°. 

© Nov. 1. 1912; 2c. Dec. 9. 1912; D : 31665 ; 
i:Mridge entertainment lionse. Franklin. O. 

-37938 

a farce comedy in 3 acts, by M. H. McSpad- 



den. 

© Marryot R. McSpadden. Cliicago ; D : 
5389. Aug.' 8, 1904. 37939 

an operetta in 3 acts, text l>y W liohertson, 

music by O. Weil. 

© Peter Robertson and Oscar Weil, San 
Francisco ; 1879 : 896G. July 9. 37940 

Pyramus (A) and Thisbe play of Shakes- 
peare's time; by X. R.. with notes by Eleanor 
Prescott Hannnond. (//? Drama, no. 18. -NFay 
1915; periodical © May 28. 1915; '2c. .June 7, 
1915; B: 335701; Drama league of America, 
Chicago) 37940a 

Pyrorama (The); a tircworks drama in 1 act. 
by ('. II. Thayer. 

1© Charles H. Thayer. Boston 
179f»0. Aug. 5: 2c. Jan. 12, 1SS7. 

Pythagoras Pod, Esq.; a comedy in 1 act, by 
V. A. Barber. 10 p. f°. Typewritten. 
© Yictorifi Adams PJarber. AVinnetka. 111. ; 



1886 : 
37941 



D : 14289, Nov. 7, 1908 ; 2c. Nov. 7. 



1908. 
37942 



1900 A : 
37943 



Pythian (A) soldier; a drama in 5 acts, by 
C. Ellis. 

© Charles Ellis. Rock Island. 111. 
2258. Jan. 25. 

Q. Z.; or. Brains vs. gold, a comic opera in 4 
acts, libretto by J. B. Thomas. 

© Jessie Beattie Thomas. Red Bud. 111.: 
1895:28617. ilay 27. 37944 

Qu'a-t-on fait de Victorine? vaudeville en 1 
acte, par Paul Bonhomme et Madeleine Guitty. 
Paris. C. Joubert, 1911. 31 p. 8°. 

© Dec. 28. 1911: 2c. Jan. 23. 1912; I): 
28391; Joubert, Paris. 37945 

Quack (The); play in 4 acts, by Theodore 11. 
Bauer and FoLsom Brock. 131 p. 4^ Tyj.c 
written. 

© Ic. Aug. 21. 1912 : D : 30595 ; H. F. Brock, 
Winthrop. Mass. 37946 

Quack (A) doctor; a comedy in 3 acts. b> 
David Marnell. '29 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© D. Marnell, New York; D : 9601, Dec. 10. 
1906; 2c. Mar. 20, 1907. 37947 

Quadrangle (The); play in 4 acts, by L. Living- 
ston. [166] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Julv 6. 1914; D: 37472; Louis Living- 
ston, New York. 37947a 



Quadrino; an original tragedy in 6 acts, by 
Edmund Mortimer. 

© Charles B. Hanford, Wa.shington ; 1S83 : 
15426. Aug. 21. 37948 

Quaker; comic operetta in 1 act, by Charles 
Dihdin. libretto adapted by Walter Parke, 
nuisic arr. and adapted by Florian Pascal. 
London. J. Williams, ltd. [1904] 19 p. 8°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Jos. Williams, ltd.. London; D:4875. 
Apr. 13. 1{»04; 2c. Apr. 13, 1904. 37949 

Quaker City quartette, village blacksmiths. 
2 p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Ilarrv Ernest. Brooklyn; D : 12*236. Jan. 
24. 1908; 2c. Jan. 24. 1908. 37950 

Quaker (The) girl; new musical play in 3 aces, 
by James T. Tanner, lyrics by Adrian Ross 
and Percy Greenhank. nnisic by Lionel Monck- 
ton. Book of Ivrics. London, New York, 
[etc.] Chappell & co., ltd., 1910. 38 p. 8° 

© Nov. 5, 1910; 2c. Nov. 7, 1910: D : 22499 ; 
Chai»i>ell ^: CO.. ltd., London. 37951 

(La petite Quaker); op6rette en 3 actes, de 

James T. Tanner, avec paroles d'Adrian Rcss 
et Percy Greenbauk, adaptation franoalse de 
Paul Ferrier et Charles Quine!, musique de 
Lionel Monckton. London, New Y'ork, [etc] 
Chappell & CO., ltd., 1912. [4], 44 p. 12°. 
[Libretto only] 

© Apr. 8. 1912; 'ic. May 11, 1912; D: 
29637; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 37952 

See iiUo Quakeros (Los) 

Quaker (The) husband; by A. R. I'afft. 81 p. 
4°. Typewritt(>n. 

© Adella R6ne Tafft. i'rovideuce. R. J. : D : 
15516. Aiir. 2, 1909; 2c. Apr. 3, 1909. 37953 

Quaker (A) maid of Flushing; a romance of 
revolutionary times, drama in 4 acts, by C. M. 
I'arsons and L. De I-. IJebermanu. 

© Cornelia IMitchell Parsons and Lilifui De 
Lacy Lieberm.inn, Flushing, N. Y. ; 1899" 
26681. Apr. 17; 2c. May 20. 37954 

Quaker (The) schoolmarra; a comedy drama 
in 4 acts and 5 scenes, by P. A. Gifford. 

© Philip A. Gifford. Newark. N. J.; 1%'0 
.\ : 30;i96, Dec. 17. 37955 

Quaker (The) sentinel; by A. H. Van Pelt. 

Typewritten. 

© .\dJi Henry Van Pelt, Oakland. Cal. : 
1900 A : 21506. Aug. 28 ; 2c. Aug. 2=?. 37956 

Quaker (The) soldier; play in 1 act, by M. R. 
McSpadden. [3], 12 p. 4°. Typewritnen. 

© Ic. Oct. 23, 1914; D: 38689; Mary J:. 
McSpadden, Chicago. 37956a 



1910 



37957 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



37976 



Quakeress; play iu 3 acts, by W. 11. Linn. 120 p. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Nov. 29. 1909; D : 175." : W.ilter 
Kodger.s Linn, Carlisle. Pa. 37957 



and 2 scenes, by 
J. Hyanis. 21 p. 



— —quaint comedy in 1 act 
Herbert Hall A^'inslo^v and 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Dec. 6, 1909 ; D : 17041 ; John Hyams 
and Leila Mclntvro Hvams. Stoney Brook. 
X. Y. ■ 37958 

Quakeros (Los) (Quaker girl); opereta inglesa 
en 3 actos. libro de Janjes T. Tanner, can- 
tables de Adrian Ross et Percy Greenbank. 
adaptacion esjiaiiola de Ji»se Jackson VeySn y 
Jose Paz Guerra, iniisica del maestro Lionel 
Monckton. Madrid [Sociedad de autores es- 
panoles] 1914. 96 p. 12°. [Libretto only] 

© Sept. 17. 1914; Ic. Sept. 21. 1914; D: 
38236; J. Jackson A'eyan v J. Paz Guerra, 
Madrid. 37958a 

Quaker's (The) daughter; an American drama, 
by H. G. Donnelly. 

© H. Grattau Donnelly. Philadelphia ; 
1882: 16841, Oct. 10. 37959 

Qualities of Washington; a dramatic poem, by 
Walter M. Zink. Buffalo, Buffalo consistory, 
1914. 15 p. front, (poi-t.) 12°. 

© Feb. 22. 1914: 2c. Mar. 3, 1914; A: 
367S98; Walter M. Zink. Buft'alo. 37959a 



Quality (The) of mercy; by M. 

© Mary Moneure Parker, 
9666. Dec. 7. 1906. 



M. Parker. 

Chicasjo : D : 
37960 



— -drama in 4 acts, by A. J. Lamb. 76 p. 4°. 
Typewritten.. 

© Arthur J. Lamb. New York; D:89S6, 
Aujr. 23, 1906; 2c. Au?. 23, 1906. 37961 

^— by F. Hopkins. 77 p. 8°. Typewrit- 
ten. 

© Ic. Xo\-. 15, 1909 ; 1 » : 17388 ; Florence 
Hopkins. Philadelphia. 37962 

— play in 1 act, by H. A. Littiedale. [1], 19 p. 
4". Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jiuie 2. 1914; I):3719S; Harold A. 
Littiedale. New York. 37962a 



— play iu 3 acts 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 17. 1913 
Tvns, New York. 



— -sketch in 1 act, by S. 
Typewritten. 

© Ic. Jan. 24. 1911; 
Tyns, New York. 



by S. Tynii-. [55] p 
D : 33813 ; 
T. Tyn-;. 22 p 



Sewell 
37963 

4°. 



I): 23184; Sewell T. 
37964 



Sec also My man. — New monologues and 

dialect stories. 

Quand on est mort, c'est pour, . . . See Ulti- 
matum (L') 



Quandaiy (The); play in 3 acts, by J. Rosett. 
Baltimore, Phoenix press [1913] xiii, [1], 
173 p. 16°. 

© Aug. 6, 1913; 2c. Aug. 8, 1913: D: 
34056; Joshua Rosett. Baltimore. 37965 

Quarante (Les) femmes d' Ali Baba; opera- 
bouff'e en 3 actes, de Louis Mauzin. Paris, C. 
Joubert, 1911. 107 p. 8°. [Libretto only] 

© Dec. 20, 1911; 2c. Dec. 26, 1911; D: 
2S0S4; Joubert, Paris. 37966 

Quarante (Les) voleuses. Sec Ali-bebe. 

Quarantined; or, The burglar and the bacillus; 
a comedy in 3 acts, by M. Goldsmith. 

© Milton Goldsmith, Philadelphia ; D : 4876. 
Apr. 13. 1904. 37967 

Quarrel (The); by A. Marcus. 4 p. 4^ Type- 
written. 

© Alice Jklarcus, New York ; D : 1 1834. Nov. 
29, 1907; 2c. Nov. 29, 1907. 37968 

• -dramatic comedy in 3 .•icts. by A. M 

Thomas. [103] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Apr. 5. 1911 ; D : 23853 ; A. E. Thomas. 
New York. 37969 

Quarrel in high life; by F. O. Mayo. 4 p. t". 
Typewritten. 

© Frank O. Mayo, Springfield. Mass.: D: 
6109, Jan. 20, 1905; 2c. Jan. 20, 1905. 37970 

Quarrelsome lady friends; a negro interlude, by 
Frank Dumont. New York. Chicago [etc.] M. 
Witmark & sons [1902]. 11 p. 12°. 

© M. WMtmark & sous. New York; D: 
2755, Dec. 10. 1902; 2c. Dec. 9, 1902. 37971 

Quari-y slaves; a drama, by L. Byrne. Boston, 
The Poet-l.n-e company, 1904. 31 p. 12°. 

© Lee Byrne. St. Louis ; D : 4966, Apr. 19. 
1904; 2c. Apr. 19, 1904. 37972 

1 act drama, by L. Byrne. 9 p. 4°. Type- 
written. 

© Lee Bvrne, St. Louis ; D : 3457, May 19, 
1903; 2c. May 19, 1903. 37973 

Quarter to four; play in 2 acts, book by A. H. 
Shirk and Edward Gage, lyrics by A. H. Shirk. 
[54] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Aug. 4, 1913 ; D : 33996 ; Adam Hull 
Shirk, Oakland, Cal. 37974 

Quartz Valley; an original comedy-drama in 5 
acts, by E. A. Locke. 

© Edwin A. Locke, Boston; 1880:4143. 
Mar. 15. 37975 

Quatre fois sept = vingt-huit; comedie en 3 
actes. par R. Coolus [pseud, of R. C. AVeill] 
(In Monde illustr^. no. 2948, 27 septembre. 
1913. supplement gratuit no. 38) 

© Sept. 27, 1913; 2c. Nov. 7. 1913; D: 
34964; Romain Coolus, Paris 37976 



1911 



37977 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



37994 



Quatre (Le) mil quatre cents quaraute-quatre. 
.*?ee, at end of alphahet, titles beffinnintr with 
tisures : 4.444 (Le) 

Quatre (Le) septembre; coiu^die eu 1 acte, de 
L^on Abric. Piiris. H. Delormel. 1912. 20 p. 
12° 

© Jan. 20, 1012 ; 2c. Fob. o. 1912 : D : 28548 ; 
H. Delormel, Paris. 37977 

Quatrevingt-treize. .Set' Ninety-tiu'ee. 

Que nos entierren juntos; entremes en prosa, 
ori^injil de A. Ramos Mjirlin. Mndvid [Socio- 
dad de autores e.spanole.s] 1914. 16 p. 12°. 

© Sept. 17, 1914: Ic. Sept. 21, 1914; D : 
8«239; Antonio Ramos Martin. Madrid. 

37977a 

Que tontos son los sabios. Nt< Aventuras 
(Las) de Max y Mino. 

Queen (The); or. The woman in white, pbiy in 
1 act and 2 scenes, by ^i. Keene. [11, ;5.'> ji. 
4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. June 22. 191.".; ]>: 41114: Mattie 
Keene. New Rochelle, N. Y. 37977b 

Queen and emperor. Hee Picture plays. 

Queen and woman; a romantic drama in 4 acts, 
by .T. S. Macl<aye and .T. Y. Pricbard. New 
York, 1876. 

© .James Steele Mackaye and Joseph Vibi 
Pricbard, United States; 1876:1481, Feb. S. 

37978 

Same. 

© James Steele Mackaye. Stanford. Conn., 
and Joseph Vila Pricbard. Pittsford, \t.: 
1876 : 176;{, Feb. 9. 37979 

Queen Anne cottages; romantic comedy, by 
M. E. M. Dtivis. New York. E. S. Werner & 
CO.. 1907. p. 26-47. 16^ 

© Edgar S. Werner & co., New York; D: 
11330, Sept. 11 . 1907 ; 2c. Oct. 7, 1907. 37980 

Queen Bertha; a Iiistorical drama in 5 acts, in 
blank verse, bv E. .T. Sheridan. Wiishlngton 
[Printed bv H. r. Sheridan, 1883 J 2 p. 1., 
.=>7 p. 16°. 

© E. J. Sheridan, Washington ; 1879 : 7746. 
June 10 ; 2c. Oct. 6. 1883. [Note : C^opies bear 
title, Queen Bertha ; or, The vow. by I'l Mon- 
tucci Sheridan! 37981 

or, The vow, historical drama in .o acts, by 

E. Montncci Sheridan. 

© Emma M. Sheridan, Wasbingt(m, in re- 
newal for 14 years from June 10, 1907: D: 
96K;-{. 1k-c. 22, 1906. 37982 

Queen Bess; a comedy drama in 4 acts, by W. E. 
M. Golden. 

© W. E. M. a<.lden, New York ; 1889 : 33706. 
Nov. 7. 37983 



Queen Bess — Continued. 

comic opera in 3 acts, by G. T. Richardson 

and Paul West, music by George" Lowell Tracy. 
© George T. Richardson, Boston; 1897: 

42049, July 26. 37984 

Queen (The) commands; a romantic play in 4 
acts, by F. Nathan. [651 p. 4°. Typewritt<^n. 

© Frances Natiian. New York; D:3994. 
Sept. 23, 1903 ; 2c. Sept. 23, 1903. 37985 

Queen Draga; a drama in 4 acts, by G. H. Page. 
[041 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© George H. Page. Brookline. Mass. : 1 ) : 
3815, Au,tr. 10, 1903; 2c. Aug. 10, 190:!. 37986 

-an historical drama of the twenlieth. cen- 

tui-y in prologue ;ind 4 acts, by E. B. Wishaar. 

© Emile Bernard Wishaar, Seattle; D: 

3665, June 27, 1903. 37987 

Queen Elizabeth; ;•, play in 4 acts, hy F. M. 
Lightner. 

© Francis :\:. Lightner, Detroit: D : 10941, 
July 10, 1907. 37988 

■ or, Love and majesty, a trage«ly in 5 acts, 

l)y T. Looicnp. 

© TJionias I kuii, New York; 1877:1479, 

Feb. 7. 37989 

Queen Esther; a drama, after the book of Es- 
ther, bv Dr. Smith Sutton Broome [pseud, of 
A. M. Smith 1 

© Alice M. Smith. Tacoma ; 1 » ; 254. Mar. 
2.5, 1901 . 37990 

a drama, founded on Holy Scripture, by 

S. :M. a. [i. e. Sister Mary Ambrosine] Chi- 
cago, A. Flanagan company |190.")| 28 p. 12°. 

© A. Flanagan co., Chicago; D : 7493, Nov. 
2, 1905 ; 2c. Nov. 2. 1905. 37991 

play in 4 acts, by D. Bain. 90 p. 4\ Type- 
written. 

© Ic. June 23, 191. "• ; D: 411 35: Donald 
Bain, Buffalo. 37991a 

a Purim play, by M. Myers. 

© Miri.-.m Myers, Waco, Tex.; 1893:7835, 
Feb. 10. 37992 

a scriptural dramatic composition taken 

from the Bible by G. S. Kromer, special musi- 
cal and dramatic directions arr. for presenta- 
tion by G. S. Kromer. 

© Geo. S. Kromer, Cincinnati ; D : 81.50, 
Mar. 12, 1906. 37993 

or. The reading of the tablets of Arta- 

xerxes, a play in 5 acts, by David Nunes 
Carvalbo of Baltimore, ed. by his eldest son. 

© Solomon Nunes Carvalbo, New York; 
1883:700.5, Apr. 13. 37994 



1912 



37996 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE UNITED STATES 



38018 



Queen Esther — ('outiiiUD«l. 

• See also Prison scene in the cantata of 

Queen Esther. 

Queen Floradine of Flowerland; by Cora S. 
Ives. New York. W. H. Yonng .V- co., 1900. 
46 p. front., pi. 16'. 

© \Vm. H. Youus cVi CO.. New York : 1900 A : 
12484. May 18; 2c. May 28. 37995 

Queen Flora's day dream. See Odd operas 
for eventide. 

Queen Hevzeleid; o)-, Sorrow-of-heart. poetic 
plav in 3 ar-ts, by I. Hearuo. London, David 
Nntt, 1911. xxi, 78 p. 12°. 

© IVIar. 80. 1911 ; Ic; Apr. 8, 1911 ; Ic. May 
19, 1911 : P: 24264: Isabel Hearne. London. 

37996 

Queen Hester. See Ahasuerus. 

Queen Hildegarde; a tragedy in 5 acts, by C. G. 
Dentber. 61 p. 12°. Printed. 

© Cliarles G. Deutlier, J^.iilTalo : 1884 : 19770, 
Oct. 2 ; 2c. Nov. 13. 37997 

Queen Lil; a musical spectacular satire, by F. H. 
Claflin. 

© F. Harris Claflin, Boston ; 1S94 : 11202, 
Feb. 22. ■ 37998 

— in 4 acts, written and compo.sed by 

John A. Dewitt. 

© Lavenia Dewitt, Pbiladelpbia ; 1894:8773, 
Feb. 6. 37999 

Queen Mab; a drama in 4 ads, by ^V. G. Harri- 
son. 

© William Greer Hairisoii, San Francisco; 
1896: 46851, Aug. 17. 38000 

or. The stolen mask, a domestic drama in 

4 acts, by A. Smitb and E. Arden. 

© Arden Smith and Edwin Arden, New 
York ; 1883 : 12846, July 13. 38001 

Queen Mary; a drama, by Alfred Tennyson, al- 
tered, arr.. and adapted for tbe stage, by 
E. W. H. Williams. 

• © Espy W. H. Williams, New Orleans; 
1875 : 10102. Oct. 2. 38002 

tbe only nnnnuilated ed., arr. for the 

stage in 4 acts, ed. by John M. Kingdom. New 
Y'ork, R. M. De Witt, 1875. 109 p. 12°. ( [De 
Witt"s acting plays, nos. 181 and 182]) 

© Robert M. De Witt, New York; 1875: 
14051, Dec. 30; 2c. Mar. 1. 1876. 38003 

an historical drama in 5 acts, by Alfred 



Tennyson, adapted, altered and arr. for the 
American stage, by .Tohn H. Delafield. New 
York. Happy hours company, 1875. 87 p. 12°. 
([Acting drama no. 39]) 

© Happy hours co.. New York ; 1875: 10000, 
Sept. 29, 2c. Nov. 5. 38004 



Queen Mary's shoe; a 4 act play, by T. M. Ellis. 
[108] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Thomas Mullet Ellis, London ; 1 ) : 1234. 
Dec. 31, 1901 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1902. 38005 

Queen Moo's talisman. See Fall (The) of 
Maya. 

Queen (De) ob de bunch. See De queen ob de 
bunch. 

Queen (The) of arms. See Semiramis. 

Queen (The) of beauty. See Where's my hat. 

Queen (The) of bedlam; or. A pack of lunatics, 
musical comedy in 2 acts, l)ouk by A. R. 
Moliere. [70] p. 4°. Typewritten. [Words 
only] 

© Anais Redin Moliere. New York; D: 
3936, Sept. 14, 1903; 2c. Sept. 14. 1903. 38006 

Queen of blackmailers; drama in 5 acts, by 
Alexander Leonard. 38 p. f '. Typewritten. 

© Alexander Leonard, Chicago ; D : 2843. 
Jan. 12, 1903 ; 2c. Feb. 9. 1903. 38007 

Queen of Bohemia; play in 2 acts, by Richard 
Goodall [i. e. William Richard Goodall] 64 
p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Oct. 27, 1913 ; D : 34944 ; Max Spiegel. 
New York. 38008 

Queen (The) of Brilliants; in 3 acts. 27 p. 4°. 
Typewritten. [Lyrics only] 

© Abbey, Schoeffel & Grau, New York; 
1894 : 41119, Sept. 8 ; 2c. Sept. 8. 38008a 

Queen (The) of buccaneers; a comic opera in 
3 acts, libretto by H. Dumay, music by W. 
Pommer. 

© Henri Dumay and William Pommer, St. 
Louis; 1896: 22122, •Apr. 9. 38009 

Queen (The) of Carminia; drama iii 4 acts, by 
Agnes Jane Stibbs. Belize, B. H., Angelus 
press, 1912. 32 p. 8°. 

© Nov. 25, 1912; 2c. Nov. 25. 1912; D: 
31456; D. W. Stibbs, Belize, British Honduras. 

38010 

Queen (The) of Cashmere. See Lalla Rookh. 

Queen (The) of Charcoal alley; by H. A. 
Twitchell. 

© T. B, Harms & co.. New York; 1899: 

77884, Nov. 29. 38011 

Queen (The) of Chinatown; a 4 act drama, by 
J. Jarrow. 44 p. 8°. Printed. 

© Joseph Jarrow. New York; 1899:32686, 
May 15 ; 2c. Nov. 23. 38012 

Queen (The) of clubs; a comedy in 1 act. by Y. 
Kline. [16] p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. July 11, 1910; D: 21774; Virginia 
Kline, Cleveland. 38013 



1913 



38014 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



38035 



Queen of comedy; trii;,'ic play in 1 act. by L. 
Daltoii. 14 p. 4°. Typewritten. 

© Ic. Feb. 12. 1910 ; D : 20177 ; Lionel Dal- 
ton. Fresno, Cal. 38014 

Queen (The) of death; ^rand spectacular di-nma, 
by F. P. Pease. 

© Frank P. Pease, Buffalo ; 1SS3 : 4049, Mar. 
.">; 2c. Au,^. 13. 38015 

Queen (The) of detectives; a modern melodrama 
in a prologue and o acts, by J. A. King and 
G. E. Hall. 154] p. f°. Typewritten. 

© Geor;;e E. Hall and .John A. King, Brcjok- 
lyn ; D : 1958, May 31, 1902 ; 2c. .Tan. 19. 190;;. 

38016 

Queen (The) of diamonds; drama in 4 acts, by 
.\!ma E. Lewis. 141] p. t° . Tyjiewritten. 

© Chira ^[atlies Woodall, Peoria. 111.: D: 
8957. Aug. 13, 1906; 2c. Aug. 13, 1906. 38017 

a farce comedy in 3 acts, by E. Eltou. 

© Erne.st Elton, New York; 1897:19108, 
Mar. 23. 38018 



— -a new and original society drama, by C. 
Ormsby. Boston, 1887. 

© Clara Ormsby, United States ; 1887 : 6958, 
Mar. 24. 38019 



'an original society drama in 4 acts, by A. E. 

Lewi.s. 1 74] p. 4". Typewritten. 

© Alma Ellis Lewis, Melrose. Mass. ; D : 
741, Aug. 12. 1901 ; 2c. Aug. 19, 1901. 38020 

• play in 1 act, by Katharine Kavauaugh. 

<'lucago. T. S. Denison & co. [1915] 11 p. 
12°. ([Half hour dramas]) 

© Mar. 2(», 1915; 2c. Mar. 24, 1915: D : 
40164 : Eben H. Norris. (Miicago. 38020a 

or. Trapped by a card, an original pro- 
tean drama in 3 acts nnd prologue, by Scott 
Marvel ( D. Findley) 

© Daw.son Findley, New York ; 1874 : 1201, 
I'eb. 2. 38021 

Queen (The) of divorces; a farce coraedv in 3 
nets, by W.