Advertising Flyer for Lilian Spencer

Haverly's Fifth Avenue Theatre

Published by New York, 1880
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Title: Advertising Flyer for Lilian Spencer

Publisher: New York

Publication Date: 1880

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


4 pages flyer, 7 x 10.5", promoting the "Monday Evening, November 1st, 1880 First Appearance of the Young and Gifted Actress, Lilian Spencer, in the new play, written expressly for her, by Miss Emma Schiff, entitled, Norah's Vow." featuring an engraved cover portrait. two page biography, and an ad for Haines Pianos. Ms. Spencer, a young actress from England, is making her debut in New York. Apparently the actress, the play, and the playwright did not achieve much notariety, as they do not appear in reference sources. Very good, old folds. Bookseller Inventory # 5881

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