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Pichel, Irving.

On Building A Theatre:

Stage Construction and Equipment for Small Theatres, Schools and Community Buildings. Theatre Arts Monographs No. 1

New York, Theatre Arts, Inc., 1920, 78 pgs.

Wonderful description of technical requirement of live theater stages and buildings, with photographs and floorplan illustrations.

Book on loan from Sytske Wijnsma, not scanned.

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Die Dekorationen zu W. Shakespeare's Konig Lear

12 Tafeln nebst illustrirtem Titelblatt und drei Erklarungs-Tafeln

Ribbon-bound folder with 12 plates of scenery design for King Lear, by the Royal and Imperial scenery designer Gustav Lehner. Fabulous designs.

Scans donated and edited by Sytske Wijnsma.

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Excelsior Writer and Speaker

being A Standard Work on Composition and Oratory containing rules fore expressing written thought in a correct and elegant manner: Model selections from the most famous authors; subjects for compositions and how to treat them: Use of Illustrations: Descriptive, Pathetic and Humorous Writings, Etc., Etc., Together with a Peerless Collection of Readings and Recitations, Including Programmes for Special Occasions From Authos of World-Wide Renown, for public schools, academies, colleges, lodges, Sunday School and Social Entertainmants, The whole forming an Unrivaled Self-Educator for Young People

U.S., J.R. Jones, 1899, 448 pgs.

Embellished with a Galaxy of Charming Engravings

On loan from Sytske Wijnsma

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Theater-Decorationen - Goethe's Faust

Fourteen scenery paintings in color, glued to separate grey carton leaves. Accompanied by descriptive floor plans.

Not much for needlework, but suitable as design for theatre backgrounds. Would look fabulous as wall painting.

Scans donated by Sytske Wijnsma, not edited yet.

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Paper theatres, decors, and dolls

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A collection of paper cutouts to be used for theatres in shoeboxes and displays. Complete with coulisses and little paper actors. End 19th century.

Permission to publish images donated by ebay seller chaos!sternchen, edited by Sytske Wijnsma.

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Orpheus the Organ Grinder

Shadow Pantomimes illustrated.

Geo. M. Baker & Co, Boston.

Theater in earlier times: actors made silhouettes on a white sheet. An introduction and tips to prevent obvious bloopers, then the silhouettes and text of a version of Orpheus, shown here as organ grinder trying to get his wife back from King Pluto.

Scans donated by Peter Ketels, edited by Sytske Wijnsma.

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