Poster] The New Baby. A Howling Success. Chaperoned by David DeWolf. "Noah, wait and get your medicine"

Published by The U.S. Printing Co. Russell Morgan Print., New York, 1899
Condition: Very Good
From White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB (West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.)

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Oblong poster, 58 by 71.5 cm. Depicting a frightened bald man being pursued by a man with a rifle and club, and what looks like workers in a hotel -- a bellhop, maids, and who knows who else, those in the background laughing as if it is all a lark. There were quite a few different posters created for this particular play. Minor tears and moderate soiling along the margin. The pictorial core is unaffected and remains bright. Bookseller Inventory # 005071

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Title: Poster] The New Baby. A Howling Success. ...

Publisher: The U.S. Printing Co. Russell Morgan Print., New York

Publication Date: 1899

Binding: NA

Book Condition:Very Good

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