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Gilbert, W.S.

THE STORY OF THE MIKADO.

Daniel O'Connor: London 1921. Illustr by Alice B. Woodward, 9.75 x 7.25, decorated boards, 115 pp, covers very worn, extremities bumped and fraying, spine cover gone, content toned and worn with former owner's ink name on front fly and paper abrasion inside front cover, inner hinges cracked. SWAF. A poor copy, but SIGNED BY SEVEN CAST/CREW MEMBERS FROM A PRODUCTION OF THE MIKADO AT THE MUNICIPAL OPERA COMPANY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA, JUNE 1925: Paul Lister (coordinator), Robert G. Pitkin (Ko-ko), William McLeod, Thomas Conkey (Mikado), Lewis J. Morton (stage director), George Meader (Nanki-Poo) and Fred C. Palmer (asst. stage director). ALSO, AFFIXED TO INSIDE PAGE IS AN INSCRIBED AND SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF LOUISE HUNTER (Yum Yum). With portions of playbill affixed to inside pages. Hunter was a soprano for the Metropolitan Opera Company of New York. The famous Irene Dunne was also in the cast, playing "Piti-Sing."


Book Id: 98-3459

Price: $95.00

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