Astor Theatre program for The Man From Home starring William Hodge 1909
Astor Theatre program for The Man From Home starring William Hodge 1909
Astor Theatre program for The Man From Home starring William Hodge 1909

Astor Theatre program for The Man From Home starring William Hodge 1909

New York: Frank V. Strauss & Co., 1909. Paperback. [24] p.: illustrations; 23 cm. Stapled with chromolithographed front cover. The program for the week beginning Monday, Sept. 13, 1909. "The Man From Home" by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson was the play for which American actor William Hodge (1874-1932) was best known; this program is from the second year of production in New York. It had opened in Chicago in 1907. Hodge also wrote several successful plays and novels. The cast also includes Ida Vernon, Henry Jewett, Herbert McKenzie, Echlin P. Gayer, Henry Harmon, George Le Guere, Louis P. Verande, and Ciro Faraone. Includes a full-page illustration captioned "The Program Girl as Little Dutch" by R. Ford Harper; articles on women's and men's fashions and on golf; and advertisements including an illustrated full-page ad for Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets. In Near Fine Condition: light vertical crease; clean and bright. Near Fine. Item #004328

Price: $24.00

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