Five College Archives and Manuscript Collections
Home >> Amherst College Archives & Special Collections >> Samuel French Company Theater Collection MA.01009
Amherst College seal
Samuel French Company Theater Collection, 1794-2012 (Bulk: 1840-2012)
463 Linear feet
Collection number: MA.01009

Abstract:
The Samuel French Company Theater Collection is more than four hundred and fifty linear feet of material including thousands of plays and publications, photographs, costume design illustrations, theatrical ephemera, and documentation of the Samuel French Corporation’s business transactions dating back to the mid 1800s.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to materials created before 2012 in the Samuel French Company Theater Collection for research use. Materials created after 2012 are largely restricted and permission must be sought for research use. Throughout the collection, particularly fragile items might be restricted for preservation purposes. All requests for materials from this collection must be made at least 24 hours in advance.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Samuel French Company Theater Collection should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Amherst College Archives and Special Collections

Scope and Contents

The History of Samuel French as Publisher
After working with various publishing concerns in New York, Samuel French set out on his own and began to produce “French’s American Drama” in 1854. The ensuing popularity of French’s catalog spurred an expansion of business--including the acquisition of Thomas Hailes Lacy’s London-based dramatic publishing company--that helped establish the Samuel French Company as one of the most prominent international theatrical publishing houses in existence. The publication of thousands of different plays, particularly those in the widely-available French's Standard Drama and French's Minor Drama series, made theatre accessible to individuals and communities all over the world. The French Company’s involvement with the development of international copyright law, their widespread marketing of scripts, and their encouragement of amateur theatrical productions all contributed to a well-respected and longstanding presence in the publishing field. Over one hundred and fifty years after being founded, the Samuel French Company continues to make thousands of plays and musicals available to performers, directors, scholars, and theatrical enthusiasts.

M. Abbott Van Nostrand Brings Samuel French Materials to Amherst College
Shortly after graduating from Amherst College in 1934, M. Abbott Van Nostrand (1911-1995) started working in the mailroom at the Samuel French company. He quickly rose through the ranks and eventually presided as the company’s president from 1952 until his retirement in 1990. Knowing the immense value of his corporation’s history and output, Van Nostrand approached his alma mater in 1964, offering an initial gift of Samuel French records and publications to the Amherst College Library. Over the next fifty years, the library accepted more than four hundred and fifty linear feet of unprocessed material including thousands of plays and publications, photographs, costume design illustrations, theatrical ephemera, and documentation of the Samuel French Corporation’s business transactions dating back to the mid 1800’s.

The Samuel French Theatre Collection Today
In 2014, the Archives received a “Hidden Collections” grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources in order to process a vast portion of the French Collection materials that date from 1794-2012. With processing and an extensive finding aid due to be completed in late summer of 2016, the collection will be of incalculable research value to anyone who wishes learn more about the history of performance and theatrical publishing in the 19th and 20th centuries.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to materials created before 2012 in the Samuel French Company Theater Collection for research use. Materials created after 2012 are largely restricted and permission must be sought for research use. Throughout the collection, particularly fragile items might be restricted for preservation purposes. All requests for materials from this collection must be made at least 24 hours in advance.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Samuel French Company Theater Collection should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection: [Identification of item], in Samuel French Theater Collection [Box #, Folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library.

History of the Collection

Processing Information

Processed by Rosemary K. J. Davis (Samuel French Collection Processing Archivist); Flavia Martinez (Assistant); Omotara Oluwafemi (Assistant)

The processing of the Samuel French Company Theater Collection is on going. Contact the Amherst College Archives & Special Collections for the most current status of the processing.

Physical Condition

Materials in this collection are in varying states of stability with a great deal of highly acidic and crumbling paper, loose papers, broken spines/fragile bindings, and the like. Delicacy and care are required to handle these materials. Access should be granted cautiously and researchers thoroughly advised about how best to work with fragile items.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
URL: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives
Language
English
Contents List
Business Records

35 boxes

Physical characteristics:

Materials in this series are in varying states of stability with a great deal of highly acidic and crumbling paper and broken spines. Delicacy and care are required to handle these materials. Access should be granted cautiously and researchers thoroughly advised about how best to work with fragile items.

Arrangement:

Materials in this series are arranged primarily by type/format and arranged secondarily by date when possible.

Scope and content:

This series is comprised of documents that chart many years of Samuel French corporate history. Ledger books in this series document royalties, performance rights, and copyright arrangements for plays performed in the United States and abroad. Books of correspondence between the Samuel French company and regional production companies show the development of important business arrangements such as letters between T. Henry French (Samuel French’s son and manager of French’s US branch) and the architects McKim, Mead, and White regarding the construction and design of Madison Square Garden II. Other materials include tour account books, amateur books that document a wide range of regional productions, letter and regular books, copyright certificates , contracts and correspondence from authors/playwrights like Lynn Riggs, George Ade, as well as many other agents, troupes, and theaters.

Bound Volumes
1856-1949


Account Books
1856-1949


American Theatre account book
1893-1894

Box 1-Business Records
Grand Opera House, NY account book
1890-1892

Box 1-Business Records
American Theatre Box Office account book
1894-1896

Box 1-Business Records
American Theatre account book
1893-1895

Box 1-Business Records
American Theatre ledger
1895-1896

Box 1-Business Records
Grand Opera House, NY account book
1887-1889

Box 1-Business Records
Grand Opera House, NY account book
1889-1890

Box 1-Business Records
Samuel French (Canada) Ltd. general account book
1939-1942

Box 1-Business Records
Samuel French (Canada) Ltd. special account book
1939-1942

Box 1-Business Records
Samuel French (Canada) Ltd. Toronto Office general ledger
1939-1944

Box 1-Business Records
Account book
1887-1892

Box 2-Business Records
Account book pages
1870-1871

Box 2-Business Records
Account book for Standard and Minor Drama catalogs
1856-1889

Box 2-Business Records
Little Lord Fauntleroy-Tour account book
1889-1890

Box 2-Business Records
Standard Plays record book
undated

Box 2-Business Records
Margrate Mather Co.--Tour account book
1891

Box 2-Business Records
Account book
1875-1879

Box 2-Business Records
Account book
1879-1887

Box 2-Business Records
Account Book
1887-1905

Box 2-Business Records
Account book
1874-1877

Box 2-Business Records
Account book
1857-1858

Box 2-Business Records
Account Book
1913-1916

Box 3-Business Records
"Old Manuscript Book"
1898-1904

Box 3-Business Records
Account of stock
1892-1907

Box 3-Business Records
Account book
1891-1892

Box 3-Business Records
Garden Theatre account book
1893

Box 3-Business Records
Stock company royalities account book
1903-1909

Box 3-Business Records
Account book
1915

Box 4-Business Records
Account book
1916

Box 4-Business Records
Account book
1917

Box 4-Business Records
Account book
1918

Box 4-Business Records
Purchases ledger book
1916-1920

Box 4-Business Records
Purchases ledger book
1918-1919

Box 4-Business Records
Sunday accounts (1/3)
1918

Box 4-Business Records
Sunday accounts (2/3)
1918

Box 4-Business Records
Sunday accounts (3/3)
1918

Box 4-Business Records
George Besser record book #1
1946

Box 5-Business Records
George Besser record book #2
1946

Box 5-Business Records
Record of play publications
1923-1927

Box 5-Business Records
Account book
1922

Box 5-Business Records
French stock record book
1864-1879

Box 5-Business Records
French stock record book
1938-1951

Box 5-Business Records
Samuel French (Canada) Ltd. – Toronto Office “Voucher Register”
1939-1946

Box 30-Business Records
Samuel French (Canada) Ltd. – Toronto Office “Journal”
1939-1946

Box 30-Business Records
Samuel French (Canada) Ltd. – Toronto Office “Cash Disbursements, General Account”
1939-1942

Box 30-Business Records
Account book
1899-1902

Box 30-Business Records
Account book
1876-1878

Box 31-Business Records
Account book
1854-1858

Box 33-Business Records
Account book
1891-1894

Box 33-Business Records
Account book
1894-1896

Box 33-Business Records
Account book
1896-1899

Box 33-Business Records
Account book
1916-1917

Box 33-Business Records
Account book
1920

Box 33-Business Records
Sales book
1917-1918

Box 34-Business Records
Account book
1921

Box 34-Business Records
Account book
1924

Box 34-Business Records
Cumberland British Theater – “Cumberland Sheets”
1885-1896

Box 34-Business Records
Amateur Books
1912-1918


Amateur book #110
1913

Box 6-Business Records
Amateur book #7
1912

Box 6-Business Records
Amateur book #12
1913-1914

Box 6-Business Records
Amateur book #13
1914

Box 6-Business Records
Amateur book #14
1914

Box 6-Business Records
Amateur book #15
1914

Box 7-Business Records
Amateur book #16
1914

Box 7-Business Records
Amateur book #33
1916-1917

Box 7-Business Records
Amateur book #34
1917

Box 7-Business Records
Amateur book #35
1917

Box 7-Business Records
Amateur book #36
1917

Box 7-Business Records
Amateur book #37
1917

Box 7-Business Records
Amateur book #38
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #39
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #40
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #41
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #42
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #43
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #44
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #45
1917

Box 8-Business Records
Amateur book #17
1914-1915

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #18
1915

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #19
1915

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #20
1915

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #21
1915

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #22
1915

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #23
1915-1916

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #24
1916

Box 28-Business Records
Amateur book #25
1916

Box 29-Business Records
Amateur book #26
1916

Box 29-Business Records
Amateur book #27
1916

Box 29-Business Records
Amateur book #28
1916

Box 29-Business Records
Amateur book #29
1916

Box 29-Business Records
Amateur book #30
1916

Box 29-Business Records
Amateur book #31
1916

Box 29-Business Records
Amateur book #32
1916

Box 29-Business Records
London Books
1884-1919


London letter book
1884-1886

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1885-1886

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1886-1887

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1890

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1890-1891

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1892-1893

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1894-1895

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1895-1897

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1899-1900

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1897-1899

Box 9-Business Records
London letter book
1900-1902

Box 10-Business Records
London letter book
1904-1907

Box 10-Business Records
London letter book
1907-1911

Box 10-Business Records
London letter book
1911-1914

Box 10-Business Records
London letter book
1914-1917

Box 10-Business Records
London letter book
1917-1919

Box 10-Business Records
"Regular" Letter Books
1904-1918


Letter book #53
1904-1905

Box 11-Business Records
Letter book #54
1905

Box 11-Business Records
Letter book #55
1905

Box 11-Business Records
Letter book #56
1905-1906

Box 11-Business Records
Letter book #57
1906

Box 11-Business Records
Letter book #63
1907

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #64
1907

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #65
1907

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #66
1907-1908

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #67
1908

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #68
1908

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #69
1908

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #70
1908

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #71
1908

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #72
1908

Box 12-Business Records
Letter book #90
1912

Box 13-Business Records
Letter book #92
1912

Box 13-Business Records
Letter book #93
1912-1913

Box 13-Business Records
Letter book #94
1913

Box 13-Business Records
Letter book #95
1913

Box 13-Business Records
Letter book #97
1913

Box 13-Business Records
Regular book #98
1913-1914

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #99
1914

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #100
1914

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #101
1914

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #102
1914

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #103
1914-1915

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #104
1915

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #105
1915

Box 14-Business Records
Regular book #106
1915

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #107
1915

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #108
1915-1916

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #109
1916

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #110
1916

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #111
1916

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #112
1916-1917

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #113
1917

Box 15-Business Records
Regular book #114
1917

Box 16-Business Records
Regular book #115
1917

Box 16-Business Records
Regular book #116
1917

Box 16-Business Records
Regular book #117
1917-1918

Box 16-Business Records
Regular book #117-A
1918

Box 16-Business Records
Regular book #118
1918

Box 16-Business Records
Regular book #119
1918

Box 16-Business Records
Press Books and Copyright Certificates
1863-1931


Samuel French and Son general pressbook
1878-1890 (bulk bulk)

Box 17-Business Records
Press scrapbook
1888-1889

Box 17-Business Records
Lillian Russell Opera Company--New York to San Francisco scrapbook
1892-1896

Box 17-Business Records
"A Fool of Fortune" Press Book
1896-1897

Box 17-Business Records
Augustin Daly copyrights
1863-1870

Box 17-Business Records
Augustin Daly copyrights
1870-1925

Box 17-Business Records
Dramatic Authors' Society: Provincial Tariff book
1879

Box 17-Business Records
Copyrights book
1898-1953

Box 32-Business Records
Miscellaneous Letter Books
1885-1916


Grand Opera letter book
1885-1888

Box 18-Business Records
Broadway Theatre Co. letter book
1887-1890

Box 18-Business Records
Madison Square Garden letter book
1890-1891

Box 18-Business Records
Madison Square Garden letter book
1889-1890

Box 18-Business Records
Theatre Royal Drury Lane letter book
1899-1901

Box 18-Business Records
"The New Henrietta" letter book
1913-1916

Box 18-Business Records
"Officer 666" letter book
1914

Box 18-Business Records
"Officer 666" letter book
1915-1916

Box 18-Business Records
American Play Company letter book #1
1915

Box 18-Business Records
Letter book
1873-1876

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1876-1877

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1877-1878

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1877-1878

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1878-1879

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1879-1880

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1880-1881

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1881-1882

Box 19-Business Records
Letter book
1882-1883

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1884-1885

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1885-1886

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1887

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1887-1888

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1887-1888

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1889-1890

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1890

Box 20-Business Records
Letter book
1890-1891

Box 21-Business Records
Letter book
1892-1893

Box 21-Business Records
Letter book
1883-1884

Box 21-Business Records
Letter book
1893-1894

Box 21-Business Records
Letter book
1894

Box 22-Business Records
Letter book
1894

Box 22-Business Records
Letter book
1894-1895

Box 22-Business Records
Letter book
1895

Box 22-Business Records
Letter book
1895-1896

Box 22-Business Records
Letter book
1896

Box 22-Business Records
Letter book
1896-1897

Box 22-Business Records
Unbound documents
1847-1992


Augustin Daly Contracts and Correspondence
1872-1915 (bulk bulk)


Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts and Correspondence
1882-1883

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts and Correspondence
1884

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts and Correspondence
1884

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts and Correspondence
1885

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts and Correspondence
1885

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts and Correspondence
1886

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts
1887

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts and Correspondence
1888-1890

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts
1893-1897

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Felix Bloch--Contracts
ca. 1884-1888

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/J. H. Rosenthal--Contracts
undated

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly/Franz von Schoenthan-Contracts
1886-1893

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-General Contracts
1872-1880

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-General Contracts and Correspondence
1889-1891

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-General Contracts and Correspondence
1892-1893

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-General Contracts and Correspondence
1894-1895

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-General Contracts and Correspondence
1896-1897

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-French (language) Contracts and Correspondence
1885-1888

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-French (language) Contracts and Correspondence
1889-1891

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-Correspondence in regards to "Sapho!" play
1885-1899

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly-Miscellaneous Documents
1903-1915

Box 23-Business Records
Joseph Daly/Charles Dillingham-Contracts
1912

Box 23-Business Records
Augustin Daly copyright holdings status letter and comprehensive playlist
1939

Box 23-Business Records
Play Correspondence & Documentation by Date
1878-1968


Charles Wyndham (adapter)--contract for "The Pink Dominos"
1877-1898

Box 24-Business Records
R. M. Field--correspondence and contract for "Diplomacy"
1878-1892

Box 24-Business Records
Bronson Howard--correspondence and paperwork for "Lillian's Last Love" and "Only a Tramp"
1878-1880

Box 24-Business Records
James Mortimer--correspondence and paperwork for "Polly, the Pet of the Regiment" (composed by Edward Solomon)
1885

Box 24-Business Records
Bronson Howard--correspondence and paperwork for "The Henrietta"
1886-1904

Box 24-Business Records
Frances Hodgson Burnett--paperwork and contracts for "Little Lord Fauntleroy"
1887-1898

Box 24-Business Records
Hamilton Aide (adapter)--performance contract for "Doctor Bill" (Albert Carre, author)
1890

Box 24-Business Records
Contracts for "La Cigale"
1891-1892

Box 24-Business Records
Richard Mansfield--correspondence via productions at Madison Square Garden
1891-1892

Box 24-Business Records
Notices and notes related to "the Silver King (by Henry Arthur Jones and Henry Herman)
1892

Box 24-Business Records
Clotilde Graves-contract for "Dr. and Mrs. Neill"
1894

Box 24-Business Records
Charles Klein & Harrison Grey Fiske--author agreement for "The District Attorney"
1894
1 folder
Box 24-Business Records
William Greet (Manager)--correspondence regarding "The Gay Parisienne" aka "The Girl from Paris" (George Dante, author; Ivan Caryll, composer)
1896

Box 24-Business Records
Bronson Howard (author)--correspondence regarding "Shenandoah"
1898, 1901

Box Box 24-Business Records
George Ade (author)--correspondence regarding "The Sultan of Sulu"
1901-1903

Box 24-Business Records
Herbert Dorothy--correspondence regarding "Mr. Wix of Wickham", "The Merry Mormon", and "Chang"
1901-1904

Box 24-Business Records
J. Russell Bogue--correspondence regarding "A Trip to Blackpool" & "A Fisherman's Daughter"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
J. Dobson Clyde--correspondence regarding "A Man in a Thousand"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Tom Craven (author)--correspondence regarding "Half Mast High"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Robert A. Cuthbert--correspondence regarding "A Vow of Vengeance" & "The Queen of Diamonds"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Brandon Ellis (author)--correspondence regarding "Sappho", "A Fatal Crown", "Through the World", & "Beneath the Stars"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Lewis Gilbert & T. W. Ransom (authors)--correspondence regarding "A Faithful Friend"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
James Stuart Machale--correspondence regarding "The Modern Miracle"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Kennedy Miller (manager)--correspondence regarding American rights for all pays by J. W. Whitbread
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Fred Moule (author)--correspondence regarding "The Life that Kills"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Edward Nevill (author)--correspondence regarding "The Anarchist Terror"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
T. R. Nugent (author)--correspondence regarding "The Web of Fate"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Morton Powell (manager)--correspondence regarding unidentified plays
1902

Box 24-Business Records
John F. Preston (manager)--correspondence regarding "Through the Divorce Court", "Ancestors of the Crown", "Secrets", "Rich and Poor of London", "Nell Gwynne", "Lady Godiva", & "Soldiers of the Queen"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Harry J. Snelson (Manager)--correspondence regarding "Solders of the Queen" by Max Goldberg & "Ture to the Core" (by A. R. Slous)
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Oswald Brand--correspondence and ads regarding "Dr. Nikola" & "Oliver Twist" & "Little Nell, or Dickens Old Curiousity Shop"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
Horace Stanley--correspondence regarding "The 10-30 Down Express"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Matt Wilkinson--correspondence regarding "Saturday Night in London"
1902

Box 24-Business Records
Frank Bateman--correspondence regarding "At War with Women" & "From Scotland Yard"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
J. Harold Carson (manager)--correspondence regarding "Who's Brown"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
Frank Denman-Wood--correspondence regarding "A Voice From the Grave"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
W. L. Dobell--correspondence regarding "The Great Detective"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
Fred S. Jennings--correspondence regarding "Why Woman Sins"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
John Mills (author)--correspondence regarding "Hearts of Erin" & "A Crimson Crime" & "Deception"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
Frank Stuart (manager)--correspondence regarding "The Curate"
1902-1903

Box 24-Business Records
Henry Swinerd (manager)--correspondence regarding "Dare-Devil Dorothy" (by Wildred Carr)
1920-1903

Box 24-Business Records
Frank Adair (aka Riada)--correspondence regarding "The Painted Woman" & "Sweethearts and Wives"
1902-1904

Box 24-Business Records
Montague Beaudyn & E. Carter Livesey (authors)--correspondence regarding "A Traitor Prince"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Ridgewood Barrie (author)--correspondence regarding "A She Devil"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Albert H. Clarke (author)--correspondence regarding "Wings of Wealth"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Charles Darrell--correspondence regarding "The Power and the Glory" & "Defender of the Faith"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Forbes Dawson (author)--correspondence regarding "Dead Men's Shoes"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
W. H. Dearlove (author)--correspondence regarding "Cissy"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
W. G. Duncan (manager)--correspondence regarding "The Best Must Win" & "For the Woman He Loves"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Lionel Ellis (author)--correspondence regarding "The Right Man"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Charles Freeman (author)--correspondence regarding "The White Demon"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Edward Graham-Falcon (author)--correspondence regarding "The Lady Cyclist"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
James Hewson (author)--correspondence regarding "A Marked Man" and other plays
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Bronson Howard--correspondence regarding unknown play
1903

Box 24-Business Records
F. Jarman (author)--correspondence regarding "Under the Czar" & other plays
1903

Box 24-Business Records
F. G. Kimberley (manager)--correspondence regarding "Bound to Win" & "A Sister's Sin"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Fred J. Kirke (author)--correspondence regarding "A Guilty Inheritance" and other plays
1903

Box 24-Business Records
John Leopold (author)--correspondence regarding "Frivolity"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
McLeod Loader (author)--correspondence regarding "The Greatest Scoundrel Living"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Fawcett Lomax (manager)--correspondence regarding "Shamus"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Richard Lord & W. Armstrong (authors)--correspondence regarding "A Daughter's Love"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
David McFarlane (manager)--correspondence regarding "Good Luck"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Alice Raynor/Howell Poole--correspondence regarding "The Master Passion"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Clifford Rean--correspondence regarding "A Song of Satan"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
T. Edward Ward--correspondence regarding "Man and Wife" & "We are But Human"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Ernest F. Welch (author)--correspondence regarding "A Soldier's Honor"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Harold Whyte (author)--correspondence regarding "Women of London" and other plays
1903

Box 24-Business Records
James Williard (author)--correspondence regarding "A Woman of Pleasure"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
T. E. Worth (author)--correspondence regarding "In the King's Name"
1903

Box 24-Business Records
Charles H. Phelps (author)--correspondence regarding "The Blind Foundling" and other plays
1903-1904

Box 24-Business Records
W. W. Woods--correspondence regarding "A Woman's Victory"
1906

Box 24-Business Records
Various correspondents--correspondence regarding "Morocco Bound"
1909

Box 24-Business Records
Tom Terriss--correspondence regarding "Scrooge"
ca. 1912

Box 24-Business Records
Marie Doran--"Tempest and Sunshine" (documentation for copyright battle)
1913-1915

Box 24-Business Records
Various Correspondents--"Office 666" Performance Contracts
1914

Box 24-Business Records
Various Correspondents--"Office 666" Performance Contracts
1915

Box 24-Business Records
Various Correspondents--"Office 666" Performance Contracts
1916-1918

Box 24-Business Records
Various Correspondents--"Office 666" Performance Contracts
1919-1923

Box 24-Business Records
Kenyon-Nicholson--"Tell Me Your Troubles" Performance Contracts and Correspondence
1927

Box 24-Business Records
Thomas R. Edwards--Documents and Correspondence concerning estate of Margaret O. Edwards
1927-1930

Box 24-Business Records
Paul Green--"Tread the Green Grass" performance contracts
1930

Box 24-Business Records
"Green Grows the Lilacs"--Print reviews and short bio of Lynn Riggs
1930-1932

Box 24-Business Records
"Green Grows the Lilacs"--newspaper clippings
1930-1932

Box 24-Business Records
"Green Grows the Lilacs"--newspaper clippings
1930-1932

Box 24-Business Records
"Green Grows the Lilacs"--newspaper clippings
1930-1932

Box 24-Business Records
"Green Grows the Lilacs"--newspaper clippings
1930-1932

Box 24-Business Records
Thomas M. Russell (attorney)--correspondence regarding rights for plays held by John J. Kelly Estate
1934

Box 24-Business Records
Roy Cochrane (author)-correspondence regarding "Held with Honor"
undated

Box 24-Business Records
E. Vivian Edmonds (author)--correspondence regarding "A Silent Foe"
undated

Box 24-Business Records
Herbert Fuller (manager)--correspondence regarding "Passion of Life" and "A Triple Vengeance"
undated

Box 24-Business Records
Jerold Heather (manager/author)--correspondence regarding "Midst Shot and Shell" and "The Lass that Loves a Sailor" and "The Slave Girl"
undated

Box 24-Business Records
Arthur Pickett (author)--correspondence regarding "The Chances"
undated

Box 24-Business Records
Rosaline Scott (manager)--correspondence regarding "The Scarlet Woman" by C. S. Beaulieu
undated

Box 24-Business Records
List of Edward Kidder's Plays
undated

Box 24-Business Records
Edward E. Colton (lawyer): Negotiating payments for “New Faces” play
1954

Box 25-Business Records
Charles Adams: Storyline summary of “Penny Pringle” (unknown author)
1957

Box 25-Business Records
Laurie Colwin: correspondence regarding “The Soldiers” (by Rolf Hochhuth)
1968

Box 25-Business Records
Blueprint stage-setting and scenery for “The Soldiers” (by Rolf Hochhuth)
1968

Box Map Case--Business Records
Play documentation by correspondent
1896-1983


Correspondence including letters from/to: George Ade, Gertrude Ahrens, Hardie Albright, Richard Aldrich, Ronald Alexander, Don Appell, Theodore Apstein, George Arliss
1896-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: George P. Baker , Fred Ballard, Charles Barnard, Albert Barker, May H. Barry, Lewis Beach , George Beban, Albert Bein, Alladine Bell, Digby Bell, David Belasco, Dorothy Cheston Bennett, Benrimo, Fred G. Berger, Sadye A. Berman, Edwin Bjorkman, Adele Blood, Gustav Blum, De Witt Bodeen, Jessie Bonstelle, Hilliard Booth, William A. Brady, Wilbur Braun, George R. Brett, Harold Brighouse, George Broadhurst, Iva Broadhurst , Thomas W. Broadhurst, Joseph Brooks , John C. Brownell, Charles Burnham, R.H. Burnside, Richard Burton (American poet)
1896-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Robert Campbell, A.H. Canby, Fred Carmichael, Edward C. Carpenter , Haddon Chambers , C. Chapin, Frank E. Chase, J. & W. Chester Ltd., Josephine Cheney, Edward Chodorov, C.B. Chorpenning, Barrett H. Clark, Marguerite Clark, Charles H. Clarke, J.E.B. [?] Clarke, Colin Clements, Florence Ryerson Clements, Sada Cowan, Charles Coburn, George M. Cohan, Arthur Collins (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Edward Fales Coward, Irene J. Crandall, William H. Crane, John Crittenden
1896-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: James L. Daggett, Edward H. Daly, Test Dalton , George Darnroth, Essex Dane, William E. Danforth, Darcy & Wolford (Dealers in, American and Foreign Plays, Aristide d'Angelo, Allan Davis, Hallie Flanagan Davis, Owen Davis, Alexander Dean, Marian de Forest, Alfred de Liagre, Jr., Harry Delf, William C. Demille, Kurt Desch, Richard C. De Wolf, Mel Dinelli, Charles B. Dillingham (Globe Theatre New York), Allan Dinehart, George H. Doran (publisher), Marie Doran, Richard Dorney, Robert Downing, G.N. Dowsett, Theodore Dreiser, Sidney Drew, Philip Dunning, Francis Durbridge, H.A. Dusouchet
1896-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Fred Eastman, Walter P. Eaton, Buddy Ebsen, R. Bruce Edwards, Thomas R. Edwards, Ida Lublenski Ehrlich, P. Eldredge, Julian Eltinge, Fatha Engle, Lehman Engel, Henry Ephron, A.L. Erlanger, Edward Esmonde, Edwin Barlow Evans, Judith Evelyn, Lawrence Eyre
1896-1981

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: William Faversham, Walter Ferris, Robert Finch, Eleanor Fitzgibbons, Martin Flavin, Anne C. Flexner, John H. Floyd, James Forbes, Harriet Ford, Mary Forrest, Paul Foster, David E. Freeman, Ethel Hale Freeman, Ketti Frings, Daniel Frohman, Grace Livingston Furniss
1914-1978

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Crosby Gaige, Eleanor Gates, Charles George, Alice Gerstenberg, Paul Gilmore, Norman Ginsbury, Susan Glaspell, James Gleason, Carl Glick, Austin Goetz, John Golden, Carter Goodloe, Arthur Goodman, Elizabeth Fuller Goodspeed, Mordecai Gorelick, John Graham, Harley Granville-Barker, Nicholas Stuart Gray, Patterson Greene, Sydney Grundy
1913-1977

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Albert Hackett, James K. Hackett, Robert T. Haines, Forrest Halsey, Clayton Hamilton, Mary P. Hamlin, Henry B. Harris, Sam H. Harris, Cyril Harcourt, Joseph Hart, Joseph Hayes, A If. Hayman, Jack Heifi1er, Hugh Herbert, Sidney Herbert, Beatrice Herford, David Higgins, Arthur Hopkins, Alice M. Howard, Keble Howard, Glenn Hughes, Jos. H. Hughes
1907-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Edith J.R. Isaacs, Joseph Jefferson, Frances Jewett, Walter C. Jordan
1916-1927

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Alice Kauser, George S. Kauffinan, Frank Keenan, George Kelly, Augusta Raymond Kidder, Edward E. Kidder, Rosamond Kimball, Cleves Kinkead, Klaw & Erlanger (theatrical managers), Lillian Klein, Frederick H. Koch, Frederick Kohner, C. Gordon Kurtz
1907-1967

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Mary Lasswell, J.G. Latham, Walter N. Lawrence (Madison Square Theatre), Emanuel Lederer, Margaret Cameron Lewis, Joseph C. Lincoln, Frederick Lonsdale, Katharine Lord, Charles Lovenberg, Frank R. Lowes
1907-1981

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: William McCleery, Elizabeth A. McFadden, Frank McGlynn, Augustin MacHugh,, Constance D'Arcy MacKay, Archibald Macleish (form letter regarding copyright deposit copies), F.F. MacKay, Percy MacKaye, Clare Tree Major, Albert Maltz, David Mamet, Albert Mannheimer, J. H. Manners, Laurette Taylor Manners, Beatrice [Mrs. Richard] Mansfield, Victor Mapes, Josephine [Preston] Peabody Marks, Brander Matthews, Cyril Maude, Frederick May, Margaret Mayo, Isabelle J. Meaker, Roi Cooper Megrue, Leonard Melfi, George Middleton, Alice D.G. Miller, Victor Moore, Carlyle Moore, Malcolm Morley, William Morris (literary agent), Oliver Morosco, Marten, Slawomir Mrozek, Michael Myerberg
1907-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Josephina Niggli, Eille Norwood,, Jack Norworth, Elliott Nugent, Richard L. O'Connell, Jr., Geoffrey O'Hara, Nance O'Neil, Peggy O'Neil
1907-1954

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Louis N. Parker, Stewart Parker, John Patrick, Robert Patrick, Edward A. Paulton,, Rachel Field Pederson, Louis Sanders Perkins, Max Pfeffer, Raymond V. Phelan, William Lyon Phelps, Walter S. Phillips (Lakeside Press), Eugene Pillot, Channing Pollock, Cole Porter (postcard signed by his secretary), George Haven Putnam (publisher), Arthur Hobson Quinn, Elise West Quaife


Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Samson Raphaelson, William Redmund, Mark Reed, Dore Reich, Helen [Mrs. Ogdon] Rogers Reid, Paul R. Reynolds, Arthur Richman, Lynn Riggs (with unsigned corrected typescript of a preface to a reading edition of "Green Grow the Lilacs"), Barbara Robinson, May Waldron Robson, Ann Ronell, Edward E. Rose, Aurania Rouverol, John W. Rumsey (American Play Company, Inc.), Morrie Ryskind
1912-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Maurice V. Samuels, Franklin H. Sargent, Gerald Savory, Jacob J. Schwebel, Charles Scribner's Sons, Edgar Selden, Edgar Selwyn, Tibor Serly, John Laurence Seymour, William Seymour, A.B. Shiffrin, Marion Short, J.J. Shubert, Lee Shubert, Milton I. Shubert, Otis Skinner, Dodie Smith, Grace Spencer Smith, Harry James Smith, Henry Clapp Smith, Edith Smith, Winchell Smith, E.H. Sothern, Ralph Spence, Bella Spewack, Mary Gibbs Spooner, John Kendrick Stafford, Lynn Starling,, Anita and Elaine Steiger, Grant Stewart, Rosalie Stewart, Carol Stone, David Storey, Austin Strong, Preston Sturges, Alfred Sutro, Elizabeth Swain, Norma Lee Swartout, Mark Swan
1907-1980

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to:Tom Taggart, Samuel Taylor, Tom Terriss, A. E. Thomas, Adelaide Thurston, Charlotte Tittell, Gertrude Tonkonogy, Dan Totheroh, Shepard Traube, Amelie Rives Troubetzkoy, Julia R. Tutwiler
1907-1975

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Yale M. Udoff, John Garrett Underhill, Sophie K. Underwood, Gladys Unger, Maurice Valency, Joan Vatsek, Ann Van Vechten (Secretary, Society of American Dramatists and Composers), Allen Vincent, Charles F. Vincent
1906-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Correspondence including letters from/to: Stuart Walker, Frederick Warde, Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Dale Wasserman, L. Lawrence Weber, Arthur Weld, Michael Weller, Arnold Wesker, John Wexley, Bert Wheeler, Percival Wilde, Ella Crane Wilkinson, Francis Wilson (document signed), Percy Winter, Herbert H. Winslow, Tom Wise, Peggy Wood, Fred W. Woitke, Cecelia M. Young
1907-1982

Box 25-Business Records
unidentified correspondence
1896-1983

Box 25-Business Records
unidentified correspondence
1896-1983

Box 25-Business Records
unidentified photographs
1896-1983

Box 25-Business Records
Lillian Russell Opera Company
1890-1893


Lillian Russell Opera Co. founding contract and later correspondence
1890-1892

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (August-September 1892)
1892

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (September 1892)
1892

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (October 1892)
1892

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (October 1892)
1892

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (November 1892)
1892

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (December 1892)
1892

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (December 1892)
1892

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (January 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries (January 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries (February 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries (March 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (April 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (April 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (May 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (May 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (June 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (June 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (July 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (July 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (August 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (August 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts (September 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements (September 1893)
1893

Box 26-Business Records
Accounts and receipts
n.d.

Box 26-Business Records
Salaries and Box-Office statements
n.d.

Box 26-Business Records
Lillian Russell Opera Co. Contracts
1891-1892

Box 26-Business Records
Miscellaneous Business Records, Newspaper Clippings, Contracts, and Event Documentation
1847-1992


Mortgage of American Theatre Co.
1892-1894

Box 23-Business Records
American College Theatre Festival
1970

Box 23-Business Records
Neil Simon Hofstra Commencement Speech
1981

Box 23-Business Records
New Dramatists Schedules
1991-1992

Box 23-Business Records
Newspaper Clippings
1847-1907

Box 23-Business Records
Miscellaneous Business Records
1887-1957

Box 23-Business Records
Samuel French Co. publicity materials--catalog and publication notices
1923-1925

Box 23-Business Records
"Koptica" contract between Samuel French/Samuel Horatio St. Austin/et. al
1890

Box 23-Business Records
Samuel French Catalogue of Dramatic Pieces
1875

Box 23-Business Records
List of UNESCO-approved Samuel French plays
1950

Box 23-Business Records
"The Anta Spotlight" bulletin, Issue VIII
1960

Box 23-Business Records
Corse Payton's "Producers Play Co."-Play Listings
n.d.

Box 23-Business Records
Advertising Inquirty Letter to T. H. French
1895

Box 23-Business Records
Correspondence and Statements
(bulk ca. 1912-1914)

Box 23-Business Records
Correspondence and Statements
(bulk ca. 1912-1914)

Box 23-Business Records
Newspaper Clippings
(bulk ca. 1911-1980, undated)

Box 23-Business Records
Postcards
undated

Box 23-Business Records
Correspondence and Notes
ca. 1959-1963; 1974

Box 23-Business Records
Samuel French History Publications


Box 23-Business Records
Clippings Book for "The Voice"
undated

Box 23-Business Records
Dramatic Author's Society Provincial Tariff Book
undated

Box 23-Business Records
Desk Calendar; Postage and Travel Guides
undated

Box 23-Business Records
Correspondence and Order Forms
undated

Box 23-Business Records
Clippings, Invoices, PR Notes
(bulk 1923-1956)

Box 25-Business Records
Press Notices for "County Fair"
(bulk 1901-1903)

Box 25-Business Records
Contractors Book
(bulk 1862)

Box 25-Business Records
Business Correspondence About Manuscripts and Samuel French Affairs
(bulk 1907-1971)

Box 25-Business Records
The Theatre Engagement Book (SF Desk Calendar)
(bulk 1982)

Box 25-Business Records
PR Announcements, Notices, Items
undated

Box 35-Business Records
World Fair Memorabilia


Box 35-Business Records
Contracts for "The Bill"


Box 35-Business Records
Letters and miscellaneous for "The Bill"
undated

Box 35-Business Records
Letter from Grace D. Vanamee to T. R. Edwards
1929

Box 35-Business Records
Correspondence



Letters from Samuel French and Wentworth Hogg to T.H. French
1886-1894, undated


correspondence between Samuel French and T.H. French
1886-1887

Box 27-Business Records
18th-21st Century Mass-Market Published Plays
1794-2007
43 Linear feet

Physical characteristics:

Materials in this series are in varying states of stability with a great deal of highly acidic and crumbling paper, broken spines, and detached covers. Delicacy and care are required to handle these materials. Access should be granted cautiously and researchers thoroughly advised about how best to work with fragile items.

Arrangement:

Materials in this series are arranged primarily by publishing series, then alphabetically by author and title of play at the sub-series level.

Scope and content:

In addition to an extensive number of Samuel French publications--including Best Authors edition, Minor Drama, Standard Drama, and acting editions--this series includes large collections of Cumberland’s British Theatre and Duncombe’s British Theatre play editions (later published by T. H. Lacy and then Samuel French), published between 1814 and the 1860’s which represent almost 200 different, as well as publications by publishers including Webster, Longworth, and G. H. Davidson.

Clinton T. De Witt



DeWitt's Acting Plays



Becher, Martin



My Uncle's Suit


Box 48-Plays
Belot, Adolphe



L'Article 47


Box 48-Plays
Boucicault, Dion L.



London Assurance


Box 48-Plays
Bonn, Alfred



My Neighbor's Wife


Box 48-Plays
Byron, Henry J.



Dearer than Life


Box 48-Plays
Carleton, John L.



More Sinned Against than Sinning


Box 48-Plays
Coyne, J. Stirling



Everybody's Friend


Box 48-Plays
A Widow Hunt


Box 48-Plays
Craven, H.T.



The Chimney Corner


Box 48-Plays
The Post Boy


Box 48-Plays
Halliday, Andrew



Little Em'ly


Box 48-Plays
Hay, Frederick



Caught by the Cuff


Box 48-Plays
Knowles, James Sheridan



The Hunchback


Box 48-Plays
Lockroy



Tomkins the Troubadour


Box 48-Plays
Morton, John Maddison



First Come, First Served


Box 48-Plays
If I Had a Thousand a Year!


Box 48-Plays
A Regular Fix


Box 48-Plays
The Two Bonny Castles


Box 48-Plays
The Two Buzzards


Box 48-Plays
Woodcock's Little Game


Box 48-Plays
Morton, Thomas



A Pretty Piece of Buisness


Box 48-Plays
Paul, Howard



Locked Out


Box 48-Plays
Phillips, Watts



Maud's Peril


Box 48-Plays
Pratt, William W.



Ten Nights in a Bar-Room


Box 48-Plays
Robertson, T.W.



Castle


Box 48-Plays
School


Box 48-Plays
Two Gay Deceivers


Box 48-Plays
Rosenfeld, Sydney



I Shall Invite the Major


Box 48-Plays
Mr. X


Box 48-Plays
Off the Stage


Box 48-Plays
Sedgwick, Alfred B.



Circumstances Alter Cases


Box 48-Plays
Estrangled


Box 48-Plays
Selby, Charles



A Fearful Tragedy


Box 48-Plays
Simpson, J. Palgrave



Time and the Hour


Box 48-Plays
Taylor, Tom



A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing


Box 48-Plays
Townsend, Charles



A Shattered Idol


Box 48-Plays
Troughton, Adolphus Charles



Vandyke Brown


Box 48-Plays
Unknown Author



Taming a Tiger


Box 48-Plays
White, Charles



The Stupid Servant


Box 48-Plays
Williams, Henry L.



The Bachelor's Box


Box 48-Plays
The Bells


Box 55-Plays
Williams, Thomas



Who is Who


Box 48-Plays
Williams, Thomas J.



A Silent Protector


Box 48-Plays
Cabman No. 93


Box 48-Plays
David Longworth Publications



Allingham, John Till



Mrs. Wiggins


Box 23-Plays
Baillie, Joanna



The Beacon


Box 23-Plays
Orra


Box 55-Plays
Breck, Charles



The Trust


Box 23-Plays
Chambers, Marianne



Ourselves


Box 23-Plays
Cobb, James



Ramah Droog


Box 23-Plays
Cumberland, Richard



The Sailor's Daughter


Box 23-Plays
Dallas, Robert Charles



Not at Home


Box 23-Plays
Dibdin, Thomas



The Ninth Statue; or, The Irishman in Bagdad


Box 23-Plays
Fielding, Henry



Eurydice Hissed


Box 23-Plays
Hook, Theodore Edward



Safe and Sound


Box 23-Plays
Hutton, Joseph



Wounded Hussar


Box 55-Plays
Inchbald, Elizabeth



The Wedding Day


Box 23-Plays
Kenney, James



Too Many Cooks


Box 23-Plays
The Touchstone


Box 55-Plays
The World


Box 23-Plays
Maturin, Charles Robert



Manuel


Box 23-Plays
Murphy, Arthur



The Way to Keep Him


Box 23-Plays
Reynolds, Frederick



The Bridal Ring


Box 23-Plays
G. H. Davidson Publications



Blanchard, E. L.



Hey Diddle Diddle


Box 55-Plays
Jack and the Beanstalk


Box 55-Plays
Little Jack Horner


Box 55-Plays
See, Saw, Margery Daw


Box 55-Plays
Cumberland’s Acting Plays



A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbott



Figaro in London: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Allingham, John Till



Fortune's Frolic: A Farce in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Almar, George



Pedlar's Acre; or, The Wife of Seven Husbands: A Drama, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
The Spoiled Child: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Ayton, Richard



The Rendezvous


Box 14-Plays
Beazley, Samuel



Lottery Ticket; or, The Lawyer's Clerk: A Farce in One Act


Box 14-Plays
Bennett, George J.



Retribution, or, Love's Trials: A Play, in Five Acts


Box 14-Plays
Bickerstaff, Isaac



Love in a Village: A Comic Opera, in Three Acts


Box 14-Plays
The Romp: A Musical Entertainment, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Birch, Samuel



The Adopted Child


Box 14-Plays
Buckstone, John Baldwin



A Husband at Sight: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Luke the Labourer: A Domestic Melo-Drama, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Popping the Question: A Farce, in One Act


Box 14-Plays
Burgoyne, John



The Lord of the Manor: An Opera, in Three Acts


Box 14-Plays
Butler, Richard



The Irish Tutor


Box 14-Plays
Byron, George Gordon



Werner; or, The Inheritance: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 14-Plays
Calcraft, John William



The Bride of Lammermoor


Box 14-Plays
Campbell, Andrew Leonard Voullaire



Tom Bowling: A Nautical Drama, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Carpenter, Joseph Edwards



Love and Honour: Soldiers at Home, Heroes Abroad


Box 14-Plays
The Sanctuary: or, England in 1415


Box 14-Plays
Centlivre, Susanna



The Busy Body


Box 14-Plays
The Wonder


Box 14-Plays
Cobb, James



The First Floor


Box 14-Plays
Colman, George (the younger)



The Africans; or, War, Love, and Duty


Box 14-Plays
The Battle of Hexham; or, Days of Old


Box 14-Plays
The Iron Chest


Box 14-Plays
The Poor Gentleman


Box 14-Plays
The Surrender of Calais


Box 14-Plays
Who Wants A Guinea?


Box 14-Plays
Cowley, Hannah



The Belle's Stratagem


Box 14-Plays
A Bold Stroke For A Husband


Box 14-Plays
Daniel, George



Doctor Bolus: A Serio-Comic Bombastic-Operatic Interlude


Box 14-Plays
His First Peccadillo


Box 14-Plays
Dibdin, Charles



My Spouse and I


Box 14-Plays
The Waterman


Box 14-Plays
Dibdin, Thomas



The English Fleet, in 1342


Box 14-Plays
The Heart of Midlothian


Box 14-Plays
The Man and The Marquis


Box 14-Plays
Dimond, William



The Broken Sword


Box 14-Plays
The Hunter of the Alps


Box 14-Plays
Dumanoir



Don Caesar de Bazan


Box 14-Plays
Fitzball, Edward



Father and Son


Box 14-Plays
The Pilot


Box 14-Plays
Gay, John



Beggar's Opera


Box 14-Plays
Haines, John Thomas



The Ocean of Life; or, Every Inch A Sailor


Box 14-Plays
"My Poll And My Partner Joe"


Box 14-Plays
Holcroft, Thomas



The Road to Ruin


Box 14-Plays
Hooke, Theodore Edward



The Invisible Girl


Box 14-Plays
Tekeli, or The Siege of Montgatz


Box 14-Plays
Inchbald, Elizabeth



Animal Magnetism: A Farce, in Three Acts


Box 14-Plays
The Mogul Tale: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
The Wedding Day: A Drama, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Kemble, Marie-Therese



The Day After The Wedding; or, A Wife's First Lesson: An Interlude in One Act


Box 14-Plays
Kenney, James



The Blind Boy: A Melo-Drama in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Ella Rosenberg: A Melo-Drama, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Raising the Wind: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Knight, Thomas



The Turnpike Gate


Box 14-Plays
Lacy, Michael Rophino



The Maid of Judah; or, The Knights' Templars


Box 14-Plays
The Two Friends


Box 14-Plays
Lewis, Matthew Gregory



Raymond and Agnes; or, The Travellers Benighted: An Interesting Drama in Two Acts


Box 14-Plays
Lillo, George



George Barnwell: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 14-Plays
MacFarren, George



Lestocq; or, The Fete at the Hermitage


Box 14-Plays
Macklin, Charles



The Man of the World


Box 14-Plays
Macready, William



The Irishman in London, or The Happy African


Box 14-Plays
Massinger, Phillip



A New Way to Pay Old Debts


Box 14-Plays
Maturin, Charles Robert



Bertram


Box 14-Plays
Mayhew, Edward



Make Your Wills


Box 14-Plays
Milman, Henry Hart



Fazio


Box 15-Plays
Milton, John



Comus


Box 15-Plays
Moncrieff, William Thomas



The Cataract of the Ganges; or, The Rajah's Daughter


Box 15-Plays
Monsieur Tonson: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 15-Plays
Reform; or, John Bull Triumphant


Box 15-Plays
Shipwreck of the Medusa; or, The Fatal Raft


Box 15-Plays
Tom and Jerry; or Life in London


Box 15-Plays
Moore, Edward



The Gamester


Box 15-Plays
Morton, John Maddison



My Husband's Ghost


Box 15-Plays
Morton, Thomas



Children in the Wood


Box 15-Plays
A Cure for the Heart-Ache


Box 15-Plays
The School of Reform


Box 15-Plays
Secrets Worth Knowing


Box 15-Plays
Speed the Plough


Box 15-Plays
Town and Country


Box 15-Plays
Murphy, Arthur



The Grecian Daughter


Box 15-Plays
Know Your Own Mind


Box 15-Plays
Three Weeks After Marriage


Box 15-Plays
Murray, Gaston



Is She His Daughter, or, Beaujolais the Necromancer


Box 15-Plays
Murray, William H.



Cramond Brig


Box 15-Plays
O'Hara, Kane



Midas


Box 15-Plays
O'Keefe, John



Fontainbleau


Box 15-Plays
Wild Oats


Box 15-Plays
O'Neill, John Robert



Aladdin; or, The Magic Lamp of Hugo Vamp


Box 15-Plays
Ali Baba; or, A Night With The Forty Thieves


Box 15-Plays
Otway, Thomas



Venice Preserved


Box 15-Plays
Payne, John Howard



Charles the Second


Box 15-Plays
The Fall of Algiers


Box 15-Plays
Love in Humble Life


Box 15-Plays
Therese, or, The Orphan of Geneva


Box 15-Plays
Pearce, William



Hartford Bridge; or, The Skirts of the Camp


Box 15-Plays
Penley, Samson



The Sleeping Draught


Box 15-Plays
Planche, James Robinson



The Brigand


Box 15-Plays
Charles the XII


Box 15-Plays
The Green-Eyed Monster


Box 15-Plays
Pocock, Isaac



For England, Ho!


Box 15-Plays
John of Paris


Box 15-Plays
The Miller and his Men


Box 15-Plays
Poole, John



Simpson and co.


Box 15-Plays
Raymond, Richard John



Robert the Devil; Duke of Normandy


Box 15-Plays
Rede, William Leman



Life's a Lottery; or, Jolly Dick the Lamplighter


Box 15-Plays
The Queen's Bench


Box 15-Plays
The Skeleton's Witness; or, The Murder of the Mount


Box 15-Plays
Rowe, Nicholas



Jane Shore


Box 15-Plays
Scott, Walter (Sir)



The Antiquary


Box 15-Plays
Shakespeare, William



As You Like It


Box 15-Plays
Henry VIII


Box 15-Plays
King John


Box 15-Plays
Love's Labour's Lost


Box 15-Plays
A Midsummer Night's Dream


Box 15-Plays
Much Ado About Nothing


Box 15-Plays
Richard the Third


Box 15-Plays
The Tempest


Box 15-Plays
The Winter's Tale


Box 15-Plays
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley



The Forty Thieves


Box 15-Plays
The School for Scandal


Box 15-Plays
Somerset, C. A.



Shakespeare's Early Days


Box 15-Plays
Thompson, Benjamin



The Stranger


Box 15-Plays
Terry, Daniel



Guy Mannering


Box 15-Plays
Thompson, Charles Pelham



The Gambler's Fate


Box 15-Plays
Thornton, Lewis Mansel



The Postman's Knock


Box 15-Plays
Walker, John



The Wild Boy of Bohemia; or, The Force of Nature


Box 15-Plays
Wills, William Henry



The Larboard Fin


Box 15-Plays
Cumberland's British Theatre



Shakespeare, William



The Tempest


Box 55-Plays
Cumberland’s Minor Theatre



Almar, George



The Robber of the Rhine


Box 16-Plays
The Shadow! A Mother's Dream


Box 16-Plays
A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbott



The Turned Head


Box 16-Plays
Barrymore, William



Gilderoy


Box 16-Plays
Buckstone, John Baldwin



John Street, Adelphi


Box 16-Plays
Mischief-Making


Box 16-Plays
Campbell, Andrew Leonard Voullaire



Bound 'Prentice to a Waterman


Box 16-Plays
Dibdin, Charles



The Great Devil


Box 16-Plays
Dibdin, Thomas



The Fate of Calas


Box 16-Plays
The Heart of Mid-Lothian


Box 16-Plays
Ivanhoe


Box 16-Plays
The Two Gregories


Box 16-Plays
Fitzball, Edward



The Flying Dutchman


Box 16-Plays
The Innkeeper of Abbeville


Box 16-Plays
Waverley


Box 16-Plays
Jerrold, Douglas



The Mutiny at the Nore


Box 16-Plays
Milner, Henry M.



Masaniello


Box 16-Plays
Moncrieff, William Thomas



The Lear of Private Life


Box 16-Plays
Ravens of Orleans


Box 16-Plays
Reform


Box 16-Plays
Rochester


Box 16-Plays
O'Callaghan, P. P.



The Married Bachelor


Box 16-Plays
Raymond



The Barber Baron


Box 16-Plays
Rede, William Leman



Jack in the Water


Box 16-Plays
Sixteen-String Jack


Box 16-Plays
Reynoldson, Thomas H.



The Rich Man of Frankfort


Box 16-Plays
The Venetian


Box 16-Plays
Savill, John Faucit



Wapping Old Stairs


Box 16-Plays
Somerset, C. A.



A Day After The Fair


Box 16-Plays
Williams, William Henry



The Wreck


Box 16-Plays
Wills, William Henry



The Larboard Fin


Box 16-Plays
Goldsmith, Oliver



She Stoops to Conquer


Box 55-Plays
Greenwood, T. L.



Old Izaak Walton


Box 55-Plays
Hook, Theodore Edward



The Invisible Girl


Box 55-Plays
Planche, J. R.



The Vampire


Box 55-Plays
Thornton, L. M.



The Postman's Knock


Box 55-Plays
John Cumberland Publications



Cumberland’s British Theatre



A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbott



Jack Brag


Box 17-Plays
The Postilion


Box 17-Plays
The Weathercock


Box 17-Plays
Allingham, John Till



The Weathercock


Box 17-Plays
Arne, T. A.



Artaxerxes


Box 17-Plays
Beazley, Samuel



Is He Jealous?


Box 17-Plays
The Steward; or, Fashion and Feeling


Box 17-Plays
Birch, Samuel



The Adopted Child


Box 17-Plays
Boaden, Caroline



Fatality


Box 17-Plays
The First of April


Box 17-Plays
Buckstone, John Baldwin



Snakes in the Grass


Box 17-Plays
Cherry, Andrew



The Soldier's Daughter


Box 17-Plays
Cobb, James



The Haunted Tower


Box 17-Plays
Coffey, Charles



The Devil To Pay


Box 17-Plays
Colman, George (the Younger)



The Battle of Hexham; or, The Days of Old


Box 17-Plays
Inkle and Yarico


Box 17-Plays
Who Wants a Guinea?


Box 17-Plays
Cumberland, Richard



The West Indian


Box 17-Plays
Daniel, George



The Disagreeable Surprise


Box 17-Plays
Doctor Bolus


Box 17-Plays
Dibdin, Thomas



The English Fleet in 1342


Box 17-Plays
Saint David's Day


Box 17-Plays
Farquhar, George



The Inconstant


Box 17-Plays
Fitzball, Edward



The Devil's Elixir; or, The Shadowless Man


Box 17-Plays
Hoare, Prince



Lock and Key


Box 17-Plays
The Prize: or, 2, 5, 3, 8


Box 17-Plays
The Three and the Deuce; or, Which is Which?


Box 17-Plays
Holcroft, Thomas



Deaf and Dumb


Box 17-Plays
Inchbald, Elizabeth



Every One Has His Fault


Box 17-Plays
The Wedding Day


Box 17-Plays
Kemble, Charles (Mrs.)



Personation


Box 17-Plays
Kemble, John Philip



Lodoiska


Box 17-Plays
Kenney, James



False Alarms


Box 17-Plays
Lewis, Matthew Gregory



Venoni


Box 17-Plays
Lunn, Joseph



Hide and Seek


Box 17-Plays
Lofty Projects


Box 17-Plays
Management


Box 17-Plays
Shepherd of Derwent Vale


Box 17-Plays
MacFarren, George



Lestocq


Box 17-Plays
Malvina


Box 17-Plays
Massinger, Philip



The Maid of Honour


Box 17-Plays
Moncrieff, William Thomas



Giovanni in London


Box 17-Plays
The Pestilence of Marseilles


Box 17-Plays
The Secret


Box 17-Plays
Murphy, Arthur



Know Your Own Mind


Box 17-Plays
O'Hara, Kane



Tom Thumb


Box 17-Plays
O'Keefe, John



The Farmer


Box 17-Plays
The Highland Reel


Box 17-Plays
Old and Young


Box 17-Plays
The Prisoner at Large


Box 17-Plays
Payne, John Howard



The Fall of Algiers


Box 17-Plays
The Lancers


Box 17-Plays
Therese


Box 17-Plays
Planche, James Robinson



My Daughter, Sir!


Box 17-Plays
Pocock, Isaac



For England, Ho!


Box 17-Plays
John of Paris


Box 17-Plays
Reynolds, Frederick



The Delinquent; or, Seeing Company


Box 17-Plays
How To Grow Rich


Box 17-Plays
The Will


Box 17-Plays
Reynolds, John Hamilton



One, Two, Three, Four, Five


Box 17-Plays
Ryan, Richard



Quite At Home


Box 17-Plays
Shakespeare, William



Antony and Cleopatra


Box 17-Plays
Love's Labour's Lost


Box 17-Plays
Webster, Benjamin



High Ways and By Ways


Box 17-Plays
Cumberland’s Minor Theatre



A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbott



The Revolt of the Workhouse


Box 18-Plays
The Roof Scrambler


Box 18-Plays
The Siamese Twins


Box 18-Plays
Unfortunate Miss Bailey


Box 18-Plays
Almar, George



The Battle of Sedgemoor


Box 18-Plays
The Bull Fighter


Box 18-Plays
The Earl of Poverty


Box 18-Plays
Rule Britannia


Box 18-Plays
Campbell, Andrew Leonard Voullaire



Tom Bowling


Box 18-Plays
Challis, Henry W.



My Wife's Husband


Box 18-Plays
Dalrymple, J. S.



Lurline; or, The Revolt of te Naiades


Box 18-Plays
Daniel, George



Sworn at Highgate


Box 18-Plays
Dibdin, Charles



The Wild Man


Box 18-Plays
Dibdin, Thomas



The Banks of the Hudson


Box 18-Plays
The Ruffian Boy


Box 18-Plays
The Sixes


Box 18-Plays
Under the Rose


Box 18-Plays
Ebsworth, Mary Emma



Payable at Sight


Box 18-Plays
Fitzball, Edward



The Fortunes of Nigel


Box 18-Plays
The Koeuba


Box 18-Plays
Mary Glastonbury


Box 18-Plays
Wardock Kennilson


Box 18-Plays
Jerrold, Douglas



The Golden Calf


Box 18-Plays
MacFarren, George



The March of Intellect


Box 18-Plays
Winning a Husband


Box 18-Plays
Milner, Henry M.



Mazeppa


Box 18-Plays
Moncrieff, William Thomas



The Diamond Arrow


Box 18-Plays
Gipsy Jack


Box 18-Plays
Pestilence of Marseilles


Box 18-Plays
Reform


Box 18-Plays
Planche, J. R.



The Mason of Buda


Box 18-Plays
Rede, William Leman



Jack in the Water


Box 18-Plays
Reynoldson, Thomas H.



The Curse of Mammon


Box 18-Plays
Ryan, Richard



Le Pauvre Jacques


Box 18-Plays
Somerset, C. A.



The Female Massaroni


Box 18-Plays
The Twins of Warsaw


Box 18-Plays
Weber, Carl Maria Von



Sylvana


Box 18-Plays
Williams, William Henry



The Wreck


Box 18-Plays
Wilson, Cornwell Baron



Venus in Arms


Box 18-Plays
John Duncombe and Company



Duncombe’s Acting Edition of the British Theatre



A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbott



King John


Box 22-Plays
Tradesmen's Ball


Box 22-Plays
Almar, George



Peerless Pool


Box 22-Plays
Austin, I. J.



John English


Box 22-Plays
Barnett, John



The Mountain Sylph


Box 22-Plays
Barnett, Morris



Mrs. G, of "The Golden Pippin!"


Box 22-Plays
Barnett, C. Z.



Farinelli


Box 22-Plays
Mrs. Caudle


Box 22-Plays
Swing


Box 22-Plays
Bernard, William Bayle



The Happiest Man Alive


Box 22-Plays
Bruton, James



Bathing


Box 22-Plays
Byron, Medora Gordon



Zameo


Box 22-Plays
Collier, William



The Queen's Jewel


Box 22-Plays
Colman, George (the younger)



The Review


Box 22-Plays
Cooper, Frederick Fox



Master Humphrey's Clock


Box 22-Plays
Corri, Montague



Georgy Barnwell


Box 22-Plays
Craven, Henry Thornton



Fellow Servants


Box 22-Plays
The Little Nun


Box 22-Plays
Tom Smart, the Adventurer!


Box 22-Plays
Dance, George



A Close Siege


Box 22-Plays
Lucky Stars


Box 22-Plays
My Lord is not My Lord


Box 22-Plays
The Station House


Box 22-Plays
Emden, W. S.



The Evil May Day!


Box 22-Plays
The Rear Admiral


Box 22-Plays
Fitzball, Edward



The Last of the Fairies


Box 22-Plays
Jerrold, Douglas



Law and Lions


Box 22-Plays
Kingdom, John



The Three Princes


Box 22-Plays
Lemon, Mark



The Grey Doublet


Box 22-Plays
The Pacha's Bridal


Box 22-Plays
Martin, John



Fairly Hit and Fairly Missed


Box 22-Plays
Mildenhall, T.



Brigands in the Bud!


Box 22-Plays
Sister and I


Box 22-Plays
Moncrieff, William Thomas



The Party Wall


Box 22-Plays
Perourou, the Bellows Mender, and the Beauty of Lyons


Box 22-Plays
Morton, Edward



The River God


Box 22-Plays
Morton, John Maddison



The Trumpeter's Wedding


Box 22-Plays
Morton, Thomas



The Dance of the Shirt


Box 22-Plays
Oxenford, John



A Quiet Day


Box 22-Plays
Polack, Elizabeth



Esther, the Royal Jewess!


Box 22-Plays
Poole, John



Paul Pry


Box 22-Plays
Raymond, Richard John



The Balance of Comfort


Box 22-Plays
The Emigrant's Daughter


Box 22-Plays
The Old Oak Tree


Box 22-Plays
Rede, William Leman



The Gaberlunzie Man


Box 22-Plays
The Old and Young Stager


Box 22-Plays
Rogers, William



Murphy's Weather Almanac


Box 22-Plays
Selby, Charles



Power and Ball


Box 22-Plays
Serle, Thomas James



The Yeoman's Daughter


Box 22-Plays
Shakespeare, William



Love's Labour's Lost


Box 22-Plays
Smith, John Frederick



Sir Roger de Coverley


Box 22-Plays
Soane, George



The Chelsea Pensioners


Box 22-Plays
Luke Somerton


Box 22-Plays
Somerset, C. A.



The Fall of Algiers, By Sea and Land


Box 22-Plays
Stirling, Edward



The Bed-Room Window


Box 22-Plays
Carline, The Female Brigand


Box 22-Plays
Dandolo


Box 22-Plays
The Little Back Parlour


Box 22-Plays
On The Tiles


Box 22-Plays
A Plain Cook


Box 22-Plays
Popping In and Out


Box 22-Plays
Railway King


Box 22-Plays
Thompson, Charles Pelham



Nothing Superfluous


Box 22-Plays
Wilks, Thomas Egerton



The Crown Prince!


Box 22-Plays
Williams, William Henry



The Plague of Marseilles


Box 22-Plays
Jerrold's Original Dramas



Jerrold, Douglas



The Perils of Pippins


Box 22-Plays
Joseph Williams Publications



The German Reed Repertory of Musical Pieces



Burnard, F.C.



One Too Many


Box 48-Plays
Foster, Hugh



The Belles of the Village


Box 48-Plays
Gilbert, W.S.



No Cards


Box 48-Plays
Grain, R. Corney



Box B, a Musical Trifle


Box 48-Plays
Hall, King



The Naturalist


Box 48-Plays
Law, Arthur



A Moss-Rose Rent


Box 48-Plays
Old Knockles


Box 48-Plays
A Peculiar Case


Box 48-Plays
Watson, Malcolm



Jealousy


Box 48-Plays
Yardley, W.



Our Toys


Box 55-Plays
Joseph Williams



Adams, Catherine



Feminine Strategy


Box 48-Plays
Bartholeyns, A. O'D.



The Worn-Out Shoes


Box 48-Plays
Bartlett, Agnes



Florette


Box 48-Plays
Broughton, F.W.



A Simple Sweet


Box 48-Plays
Byron, May



The Consultation


Box 48-Plays
The Wedding Guest


Box 48-Plays
Cellier, Alfred



Charity Begins at Home


Box 48-Plays
Cooke, Waddington



The Worn-Out Shoes


Box 49-Plays
Debenham, L.



Extremes


Box 48-Plays
Delibes, Leo



The Patient


Box 48-Plays
Dibdin, Charles



The Quaker


Box 48-Plays
Farmer, Emily Bardsley



"Nell"


Box 48-Plays
Fletcher, J.



Nell


Box 48-Plays
Gilbert, E. Ouseley



Lady Ella


Box 48-Plays
Gilbert, W.S.



Eyes and No Eyes


Box 48-Plays
Gillington, M.C.



The Frozen Heart


Box 48-Plays
The Jewel-Maiden


Box 48-Plays
The Maid and the Blackbird


Box 48-Plays
Law, Arthur



The Magic Opal


Box 48-Plays
Mackarness, Henry (Mrs.)



Necklace


Box 48-Plays
Newte, Horace W.C.



Mr. Fitz-W___?


Box 48-Plays
O'Neill, Clement



Wanted: A Housekeeper


Box 48-Plays
Parke, Walter



Brer Rabbit and Uncle Remus


Box 48-Plays
The Patient


Box 48-Plays
Righton, Edward



Sally


Box 55-Plays
Ross, Adrian



Inspector


Box 48-Plays
Rowe, B.



Charity Begins at Home


Box 55-Plays
Stephens, H.P.



The Black Squire


Box 48-Plays
Webster, Benjamin



The Devil's Violin and the Revolt of the Flowers


Box 48-Plays
White, M.L.



The Babes in the Wood


Box 48-Plays
White, L.



Beauty and the Beast


Box 48-Plays
Joesph Williams, Limited (London), Edward Schuberth & Co. (New York)



Law, Arthur



An Artful Automaton


Box 48-Plays
A Bright Idea


Box 48-Plays
Castle Botherem


Box 48-Plays
Cherry Tree Farm


Box 48-Plays
A Flying Visit


Box 48-Plays
A Happy Bungalow


Box 48-Plays
A Moss-Rose Rent


Box 48-Plays
A Night Surprise


Box 48-Plays
Old Knockles


Box 48-Plays
A Strange Host


Box 48-Plays
All at Sea


Box 48-Plays
Paulton, Harry



Mynheer Jan


Box 48-Plays
Wheeler, Edith



A Nice Little Supper


Box 48-Plays
A Woman's Way


Box 48-Plays
A Bouquet


Box 48-Plays
Gillington, M. C.



The Country Fair


Box 55-Plays
Joseph Williams, Limited (London), Samuel French (New York)



Blair, Wilfred



Consarning Sairy 'Uggins


Box 48-Plays
Oxberry's New English Drama



Allingham, J.C.



Fortune's Frolic


Box 42-Plays
Arnold, S.J.



The Shipwreck


Box 42-Plays
Beazley, Samuel



Is He Jealous?


Box 42-Plays
Bickerstaff, Isaac



The Hypocrite


Box 42-Plays
Love in a Village


Box 42-Plays
The Maid of the Mill


Box 42-Plays
The Padlock


Box 42-Plays
Centlibre, Mrs.



A Bold Stroke for Wife


Box 42-Plays
The Busy Body


Box 42-Plays
Cherry, A.



The Travellers


Box 42-Plays
Colman, G.



The Clandestine Marriage


Box 42-Plays
Colman, George



The Jealous Wife


Box 42-Plays
Love Laughs at Locksmiths


Box 42-Plays
Cowley, Mrs.



Who's the Dupe?


Box 42-Plays
Cumberland, R.



The West Indian


Box 42-Plays
Dibdin,C.



The Deserter


Box 42-Plays
The Quaker


Box 42-Plays
Farquhar, George



The Inconstant


Box 42-Plays
The Recruiting Officer


Box 42-Plays
Hoadly, Dr.



The Suspicious Husband


Box 42-Plays
Holcroft,Thomas



The Follies of a Day


Box 42-Plays
Home, John



Douglas


Box 42-Plays
Horn, Charles Edward



Woodman's Hunt


Box 42-Plays
Inchbald, Mrs.



The Midnight Hour


Box 42-Plays
The Wedding Days


Box 42-Plays
Kemble, J.P.



Lodoiska


Box 42-Plays
Knight, T.



The Honest Thieves


Box 42-Plays
Lee, Nathaniel



Alexander the Great


Box 42-Plays
Macklin, C.



Love a la Mode


Box 42-Plays
Morton, Thomas



A Roland for an Oliver


Box 42-Plays
Murphy, Arthur



The Citizen


Box 42-Plays
The Grecian Daughter


Box 42-Plays
Know your Own Mind


Box 42-Plays
Three Weeks After Marriage


Box 42-Plays
The Way to Keep Him


Box 42-Plays
Otway, Thomas



Venice Preserved


Box 42-Plays
Oxberry, W.



Artaxerxes


Box 42-Plays
The Spoiled Child


Box 42-Plays
Rowe, Nicholas



Jane Shore


Box 42-Plays
Shakespeare, William



As You Like It


Box 42-Plays
Cymbeline


Box 42-Plays
Much Ado About Nothing


Box 42-Plays
Othello


Box 42-Plays
Two Gentleman of Verona


Box 42-Plays
Sheridan, R.B.(Right Hon.)



The Duenna


Box 42-Plays
Sheridan, R.B.



Trip to Scarborough


Box 42-Plays
Vanbrugh, Sir John



The Confederacy


Box 42-Plays
The Provoked Husband


Box 42-Plays
Samuel French/ T. H. French Publications



[21st Century Plays]



General

Includes some late 2oth century plays from the 1990s

Abrons, Richard



Whose Family Values!


Box 37-Plays
Alfieri, Richard



Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks


Box 37-Plays
Allen, Woody



Writer's Block


Box 37-Plays
Appel, Dori



Hot Flashes


Box 37-Plays
Argall, T. Gregory



A Year in the Death of Eddie Jester


Box 37-Plays
Barry, P.J.



Bad Axe


Box 37-Plays
Belke, David



Blackpool and Parrish


Box 37-Plays
Bell, Jonathan



Portraits


Box 37-Plays
Bellusci, Mark



Off-off Broadway Festival Plays, Twenty-Seventh Series


Box 37-Plays
Birney, David



Mark Twain's The Diaries of Adam & Eve


Box 37-Plays
Bobrick, Sam



Annoyance


Box 37-Plays
The Crazy Time


Box 37-Plays
Death in England


Box 37-Plays
New York Water


Box 37-Plays
The Outrageous Adventures of Sheldon & Mrs. Levine


Box 37-Plays
The Stanway Case


Box 37-Plays
Burnett, Matthew



Theophilus North


Box 37-Plays
Busch, Charles



Die! Mommy! Die!


Box 37-Plays
Butteram, Jan



The Parker Family Circus


Box 37-Plays
Carmichael, Fred



Murder-Go-Round


Box 37-Plays
Clark, Kathleen



Soccer Moms


Box 37-Plays
Clark, Ron



The Incomparable Lou Lou


Box 37-Plays
Cooperman, Alvin



Thrall


Box 37-Plays
Cromelin, Caroline



Man in the Flying Lawn Chair


Box 37-Plays
Crowley, Mart



For Reasons that Remain Unclear


Box 37-Plays
The Men from the Boys


Box 37-Plays
Davidson, Conrad E.



Mosquito Dirigible Aerosol Deoderant


Box 37-Plays
Day, Barry



Noel Coward's Long Island Sound


Box 37-Plays
Cohan, George M.



In His Own Words


Box 37-Plays
Dunn, Mark



Mrs. Townley Had a Pomeranian


Box 37-Plays
Finn, William



A New Brain


Box 37-Plays
Fife, Stephen



This is not What I Ordered


Box 37-Plays
Fo, Dario



We won't Pay! We won't Pay!


Box 37-Plays
Frayn, Michael



Noises Off


Box 37-Plays
Freed, Amy



The Beard of Amy


Box 37-Plays
Fugard, Athol



Sorrows and Rejoicings


Box 37-Plays
G., Annie



G-Force


Box 37-Plays
It's Only a Test and A Well-Taught Lesson


Box 37-Plays
Glazer, Tony



Safe


Box 37-Plays
Glowacki, Janusz



The Fourth Sister


Box 37-Plays
Gotestam, Sebastian



Pippi Longstocking


Box 37-Plays
Gould, Howard Michael



DIVA


Box 37-Plays
Hall, Nick



Around the Clock


Box 37-Plays
The Curse of Ravensdurn


Box 37-Plays
Hanan, Stephen Mo



Jolson & Company


Box 38-Plays
Haney, Frank



Lust in Rust


Box 38-Plays
Hawdon, Robin



Shady Business


Box 38-Plays
Hecht, Ben



Twentieth Century


Box 38-Plays
Hendryx, Shirl



The Last of Jane Austen


Box 38-Plays
Hindman, James



A Christmas Survival Guide


Box 38-Plays
Hirson, David



Wrong Mountain


Box 38-Plays
Horowitz, Israel



5 Short Plays


Box 38-Plays
Barking Sharks


Box 38-Plays
My Old Lady


Box 38-Plays
Hughes, Langston



Little Ham


Box 38-Plays
Jacobs, Jim



Grease


Box 38-Plays
Jannuzzi, Luigi



For the Love of Juliet!


Box 38-Plays
Johnson, Terry



The Graduate


Box 38-Plays
Johnston, David



Off-off Broadway Festival Plays, Twenty-Eighth Series


Box 38-Plays
Kayden, Mildred



Oh! My Giddy Aunt


Box 38-Plays
Kellerman, Jesse



Things Beyond Our Control


Box 38-Plays
Kelly, Ryan



Was


Box 38-Plays
Kesselman, Wendy



The Juniper Tree, A Tragic Household Tale


Box 38-Plays
Kraiem, Eliam



Sixteen Wounded


Box 38-Plays
Landau, David



Noir Suspicions


Box 38-Plays
Lauro, Shirley



The Constest


Box 38-Plays
Levi, Stephen



The Ramplings


Box 38-Plays
Lombardo, Matthew



Tea at Five


Box 38-Plays
Lucas, Craig



Small Tragedy


Box 38-Plays
Lysaght, Tom



Nobody Don't Like Yogi


Box 38-Plays
Machado, Eduardo



The Cook


Box 38-Plays
Manchester, Melissa



I Sent a Letter to My Love


Box 38-Plays
Manzi, Warren



The Award and Other Plays


Box 38-Plays
Martin, Jane



Flags


Box 38-Plays
Good Boys


Box 38-Plays
May, Elaine



Adult Entertainment


Box 38-Plays
Taller Than a Dwarf


Box 38-Plays
McGuinness, Frank



Sophocles' Electra


Box 38-Plays
Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme


Box 38-Plays
McKay, Gardner



In Order of Appearance


Box 38-Plays
Milligan, Jason



Both Sides of the Story


Box 38-Plays
Mills, Peter



The Taxi Cabaret


Box 38-Plays
Moliere



The Learned Ladies


Box 38-Plays
Morris, Peter



Pop Star


Box 38-Plays
Nassar, Mark



The Mayor's Limo


Box 38-Plays
Nelson, Richard



The General from America


Box 38-Plays
Nigro, Don



Beast with Two Backs


Box 39-Plays
Chronicles


Box 39-Plays
The Circus Animals' Desertion


Box 39-Plays
Deflores and Other Plays


Box 39-Plays
Dramatis Personae


Box 39-Plays
Fisher King


Box 39-Plays
Laestrygonians


Box 39-Plays
November


Box 39-Plays
Palestrina and Other Plays


Box 39-Plays
Pendragon


Box 39-Plays
The Reeves Tale


Box 39-Plays
Sorceress


Box 39-Plays
Tristan


Box 39-Plays
Noone, Ronan



the Lepers of Baile Baiste


Box 39-Plays
Norman, Marsha



Last Dance


Box 39-Plays
O'Garden, Irene



Women on Fire


Box 39-Plays
O'Malley, Glyn



Concertina's Rainbow


Box 39-Plays
Oates, Joyce Carol



Dr. Magic


Box 39-Plays
Paley, Joal



Ruthless!


Box 39-Plays
Parker, Michael



Who's in Bed with the Butler?


Box 39-Plays
Paterson, David L.



The Blonde and Other Slight Distractions


Box 39-Plays
The King's Horses


Box 39-Plays
Stone the Crows


Box 39-Plays
Payne, Jonathan



Slavery


Box 39-Plays
Picardi, John C.



Seven Rabbits on a Pole


Box 39-Plays
The Sweepers


Box 39-Plays
Prokofieva, Sophia



Vasilisa, the Fair


Box 39-Plays
Rabe, David



The Black Monk


Box 39-Plays
Randolph-Wright, Charles



Blue


Box 39-Plays
Rebeck, Teresa



Sad Dates


Box 39-Plays
Omnium Gatherum


Box 39-Plays
Reedy, M. Kilburg



Second Lady and Other Ladies


Box 39-Plays
Robins, Herb



The Treasure of the Sierra Madre


Box 39-Plays
Roth, Ari



Life in Refusal


Box 39-Plays
Satie, Stephanie



Refugees


Box 39-Plays
Sears, Leo W.



Borderline Crazies


Box 39-Plays
Sharkey, Tom



Amy's Wish


Box 39-Plays
Shear, Claudia



dirty BLONDE


Box 39-Plays
Simon, Ellen



Moonlight and Valentino


Box 39-Plays
Simon, Neil



45 Seconds From Broadway


Box 39-Plays
Oscar and Felix


Box 39-Plays
Rose's Dilemma


Box 39-Plays
Small, Michael



The IT Girl


Box 40-Plays
St. Germain, Mark



Ears on a Beatle


Box 40-Plays
Stand by your Man


Box 40-Plays
St. John, Billy



The Disappearance of the Three Little Pigs


Box 40-Plays
Here Comes the Bride... and There Goes the Groom


Box 40-Plays
Senior Follies


Box 40-Plays
You Could DIE Laughing!


Box 40-Plays
Stern, Daniel



Barbra's Wedding


Box 40-Plays
Still, James



Amber Waves


Box 40-Plays
Stroppel, Frederick



Actor!


Box 40-Plays
The Christmas Spirit


Box 40-Plays
Judgement Call and Other Plays


Box 40-Plays
Kidney Stones


Box 40-Plays
Swados, Elizabeth



Jewish Girlz


Box 40-Plays
Sweet, Jeffrey



Bluff


Box 40-Plays
Toddie, Jean Lennox



Those Singing Sunday Mornings


Box 40-Plays
Trieschmann, Catherine



The Bridegroom of Blowing Rock


Box 40-Plays
Van Hoogstraten, Nicholas



Johnny Guitar


Box 40-Plays
Van Zanat, Billy



Silent Laughter


Box 40-Plays
Wihelm, Le



Eight Plays from the Heartland


Box 40-Plays
Wilkinson, Matthew



Sun is Shining


Box 40-Plays
Wiltse, David



The Good German


Box 40-Plays
Wimberly, Bridgette



Saint Lucy's Eyes


Box 40-Plays
Woldin, Judd



Murder in Baker Street


Box 40-Plays
Wright, Nicholas



Vincent in Brixton


Box 40-Plays
Zittel, Greg



Three Prayers


Box 40-Plays
American Academy of Dramatic Arts' Edition of Standard Plays



Boucicault, Dion L.



London Assurance [oversize]


Box 58-Plays
Knowles, James Sheridan



The Hunchback [oversize]


Box 58-Plays
Booth's Series of Acting Plays



Shakespeare, William



Hamlet [oversize]


Box 58-Plays
Othello


Box 23-Plays
Romeo and Juliet


Box 23-Plays
Bourcicault's Dramatic Works



Boucicault, Dion



Andy Blake


Box 45-Plays
Pauvrette


Box 45-Plays
Wanted- A Widow


Box 45-Plays
Chapel Royal Savoy Choir Entertainments



Highway, W.



Of Noble Birth


Box 45-Plays
Highway, Wiliam



Dr. Barlow


Box 45-Plays
Pills of Wisdom


Box 45-Plays
James, Grace



The Three Dwarf Trees


Box 45-Plays
Cumberland's British Theatre



A'Beckett, Gilbert Abbott



A Clear Case


Box 11-Plays
Mendicant


Box 11-Plays
The Roof Scrambler


Box 11-Plays
The Siamese Twins: A Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Turned Head


Box 11-Plays
Wanted a Brigand: or A Visit from Fra Diavolo


Box 11-Plays
Allingham, John Till



Mrs. Wiggins: A Farce in One Act


Box 11-Plays
The Widow; or, Who Wins?


Box 11-Plays
Almar, George



The Battle of Sedgemoor; or, The Days of Kirk and Monmouth


Box 11-Plays
The Cedar Chest; or, The Lord Mayor's Daughter: A Romantic Drama, in two acts. To which is added, The Silver Palace; or, The Golden Poppy: A Masque, or Water Pageant, in One Act


Box 11-Plays
Don Quixote; or, The Knight of the Woeful Countenance


Box 11-Plays
Gaspardo the Gondolier; or, The Three Banished Men of Milan!


Box 11-Plays
The Good-Looking Fellow; or, The Roman Nose: A Farce, in One Act


Box 11-Plays
The Rover's Bride, or, The Brittern's Swamp: A Romantic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Tower of Nesle; or, The Chamber of Death: A Historical Drama, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
Arnold, Samel James



The Devil's Bridge


Box 11-Plays
Free and Easy


Box 11-Plays
Barnett, C. Z.



Farinelli, A Serio Comic Opera, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Barrymore, William



Gilderoy; or, The Bonnie Boy: A Romantic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Bayley, Peter



Orestes in Argos: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 11-Plays
Bayly, Thomas Haynes



Perfection, or The Lady of Munster: A Comedietta, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Beaumont, Francis



Rule A Wife and Have A Wife


Box 11-Plays
Beazley, Samuel



The Scapegrace: A Petite Comedy, in One Act


Box 11-Plays
Bernard, William Bayle



The Conquering Game


Box 11-Plays
Bickerstaff, Isaac



The Maid of the Mill: A Comic Opera, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Padlock: A Comic Opera, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
Boaden, Caroline



Fatality


Box 11-Plays
William Thompson; or, Which is he?


Box 11-Plays
Baker, George H.



Calaynos: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 11-Plays
Bonner, Robert Cruikshank



The Hunchbacks: A Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Brooke, Frances



Rosina: A Comic Opera, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Buckstone, John Baldwin



Billy Taylor, or, The Gay Young Fellow: A Nautical Burlesque Burletta, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Ice Witch; or, The Frozen Hand


Box 11-Plays
Presumptive Evidence; or, Murder Will Out: A Domestic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Burges, James Bland



Riches; or, The Wife and Brother: A Play, in Five Acts


Box 11-Plays
Burgoyne, John



The Lord of the Manor; An Opera, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
Cherry, Andrew



The Travellers; or, Music's Fascination


Box 11-Plays
Cibber, Colley



Love Makes A Man; or, The Fop's Fortune


Box 11-Plays
Clay, Cecil



A Pantomime Rehearsal


Box 11-Plays
Colman, George (the younger)



The Africans; or, War, Love, and Duty.


Box 11-Plays
Love Laughs at Locksmiths: A Musical Farce, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Sylvester Daggerwood, A Farce


Box 11-Plays
X.Y.Z. A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Cooper, Frederick Fox



Hercules, King of Clubs!


Box 11-Plays
Ion, Travestie, in One Act


Box 11-Plays
The Spare Bed; or, The Shower Bath: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Coyne, J. Sterling



The Queen of the Abruzzi: A Drama, in One Act


Box 11-Plays
Davidson, Frances A.



Giralda, or, Which is My Husband?


Box 11-Plays
Dibdin, Charles



The Quaker: A Comic Opera, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
My Spouse and I


Box 11-Plays
Dibdin, Thomas



Don Giovanni; or, A Spectre on Horseback: A Comic, Heroic, Operatic, Tragic, Pantomimic, Burletta-Spectacular-Extavaganza, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Humphrey Clinker: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Jew and the Doctor: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Kenilworth. A Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Lady of the Lake: A Melo-Dramatic Romance, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Past Ten O'Clock, and a Rainy Night!


Box 11-Plays
Paul Jones


Box 11-Plays
The Ruffian Boy


Box 11-Plays
Suil Dhuv, The Coiner: A Melo-Dramatic Romance, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Two Gregories, or, Where Did the Money Come From?


Box 11-Plays
Dimond, William



The Broken Sword: A Grand Melo-Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Young Hussar: An Operatic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Ebsworth, Joseph



The Rival Valets: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
Elton, Edward William



Paul the Poacher


Box 11-Plays
Farquhar, George



The Beaux' Stratagem: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Inconstant: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 11-Plays
Fitzball, Edward



The Carmelites


Box 11-Plays
The Floating Beacon: A Nautical Drama, in Two Acts


Box 11-Plays
The Inchcape Bell


Box 11-Plays
The King of the Mist, or, The Miller of the Hartz Mountains!


Box 11-Plays
Peveril of the Peak, or, The Days of King Charles II.; A Dramatic Romance, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
Thalaba, the Destroyer: A Melo-Drama, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
Wardock Kennilson; or, The Wild Woman of the Village


Box 11-Plays
Gott, Henry



The Wizard of the Moor: A Melo-Drama, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
Greenwood, Thomas



Jack Sheppard, or, The House-Breaker of the Last Century: A Romantic Drama


Box 11-Plays
Haines, John Thomas



"My Poll and My Partner Joe:" A Nautical Drama, in Three Acts


Box 11-Plays
Higgie, Thomas



The House Dog!


Box 11-Plays
Hoadly, Benjamin



The Suspicious Husband: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 11-Plays
Hoare, Prince



No Song, No Supper


Box 12-Plays
Holcroft, Thomas



A Tale of Mystery: A Melo-Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Hook, Theodore Edward



Catch Him Who Can!


Box 12-Plays
Exchange No Robbery


Box 12-Plays
Killing No Murder: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Hunt, Leigh



A Legend of Florence: A Play, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
Jephson, Robert



Two Strings to Your Bow: A Farce, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Jerrold, Douglas



Descart, The Buccaneer, A Melo-Drama in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon: A Romantic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Law and Lions!


Box 12-Plays
The Mutiny at the Nore


Box 12-Plays
Sally In Our Alley


Box 12-Plays
Two Eyes Between Two: A Broad Extravaganza, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Jones, Richard



The Green Man: A Comedy in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
Kemble, Charles



Plot and Counterplot, or, The Portrait of Cervantes: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Point of Honour


Box 12-Plays
Kenney, James



The Alcaid; or, The Secrets of Office: A Comic Opera, in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Blind Boy, A Melo-Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
False Alarms; or, My Cousin


Box 12-Plays
Turn out!


Box 12-Plays
Kerr, John



The Intimate Friend; or, A Queer Guest At A Wedding: A Musical Piece, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Knowles, James Sheridan



Virginius: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
Lawler, Dennis



The Earls of Hammersmith: or, The Cellar Spectre!


Box 12-Plays
Lee, Nathaniel



Alexander the Great; or, The Rival Queens


Box 12-Plays
Lemon, Mark



Honesty the Best Policy: A Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Lewis, Matthew Gregory



Rugantino; or, The Bravo of Venice: A Grand Romantic Melo-Drame, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Livius, Barham



Maid or Wife; or, The Deceiver Deceived


Box 12-Plays
Lovell, Maria



The Beginning and the End


Box 12-Plays
Lunn, Joseph



Capers and Coronets: A Farce, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
MacFarren, George



Winning A Husband; or, Seven's The Main: An Interlude, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Macklin, Charles



The Man of the World


Box 12-Plays
Maddox, John Medex



Frederick the Great


Box 12-Plays
Infanticide; or, The Bohemian Mother; A Melo-Drama, in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
Massinger, Philip



The Drama's Vindication; or, The Roman Actor


Box 12-Plays
A New Way to Pay Old Debts


Box 12-Plays
Mathews, Charles



The Hunchbacked Lover: An Interlude, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Millingen, John Gideon



The Bee-hive: A Musical Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Borrowed Feathers: A Farce, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Milner, Henry M.



The Bandit of the Blind Mine


Box 12-Plays
Mitford, Mary Russell



Rienzi: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
Moncrieff, William Thomas



Giovanni in London; or, The Libertine Reclaimed: An Operatic Extravaganza, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Gipsy Jack; or, The Napoleon of Humble Life: An Extravaganza, in Six Divisions


Box 12-Plays
The Lear of Private Life; or, Father and Daughter. A Domestic Drama, in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
Rochester; or, King Charles the Second's Merry Days: A Musical Comedy, in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Somnambulist; or, The Phantom of the Village: A Dramatic Entertainment, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Moore, Edward



The Gamester: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
Morton, John Maddison



The Attic Story: A Farce, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Young England: A Farce, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Morton, Thomas



Judith of Geneva! A Domestic Drama, in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
A Roland for an Oliver, A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Town and Country; A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Way to Get Married: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
O'Hara, Kane



Tom Thumb. A Burletta, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
O'Keefe, John



Modern Antiques; or, The Merry Mourners: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Peeping Tom of Coventry. A Musical Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Poor Soldier: A Musical Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Sprigs of Laurel. A Musical Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Wild Oats; or, The Strolling Gentleman; A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
O'Neill, John Robert



Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp: A Piece of Oriental Extravaganze, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
Ali Baba; or, A Night with the Forty Thieves: A Piece of Oriental Extravaganze, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Peake, Richard Brinsley



Comfortable Lodgings: or, Paris in 1750: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Hundred Pound Note: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Master's Rival; or, A Day at Boulogne. A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Uncle Rip. A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Penley, Samson



The Sleeping-Draught: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Pitt, George Dibdin



The Eddystone Elf: A Melo-Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Marianne, The Child of Charity: A Domestic Drama, in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
Susan Hopley: or, The Vicissitudes of a Servant Girl


Box 12-Plays
Planche, James Robinson



Amoroso, King of Little Britain. A Serio-Comic, Bombastic, Operatic Interlude, in One Act


Box 12-Plays
The Brigand: A Romantic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Merchant's Wedding; or, London Frolics in 1638: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 12-Plays
Pocock, Isaac



The Magpie, or The Maid? A Melo-Drama, in Three Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Miller and His Men: A Melo-Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
The Robber's Wife: A Romantic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Robinson Crusoe, or, The Bold Buccaneer: A Romantic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Poole, John



Delicate Attentions, A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 12-Plays
Lodgings for Single Gentlemen, A Farce, in One Act


Box 13-Plays
Raymond, Richard John



The Barber Baron, A Drama, in Two Acts


Box 13-Plays
Rede, William Leman



The Devil and Doctor Faustus: A Drama, in Three Acts


Box 13-Plays
Our Village, or, The Lost Ship: A Domestic Burletta, in Three Acts


Box 13-Plays
The Flight to America; or, Ten Hours in New York!


Box 13-Plays
Reynolds, Frederick



The Blind Bargain; or, Hear It Out: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 13-Plays
The Dramatist; or, Stop Him Who Can!


Box 13-Plays
The Will: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 13-Plays
Reynoldson, Thomas H.



The Curse of Mammon; Being A Facsimile Embodyment of Hogarth's Marriage A-La-Mode


Box 13-Plays
Rodwell, George Herbert



Teddy the Tiler: A Farce, in One Act


Box 13-Plays
Rogers, William



Black Hugh, the Outlaw; A Domestic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 13-Plays
Virginius, the Rum'un; A Burlesque, in One Act


Box 13-Plays
Ryan, Richard



Everybody's Husband: A Comic Drama, in One Act


Box 13-Plays
Scott, Walter (Sir)



The Antiquary: A Musical Play, in Three Acts


Box 13-Plays
Selby, Charles



Out on the Sly; or, A Fete at Rosherville!


Box 13-Plays
Shakespeare, William



King Henry IV. Part 1. A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 13-Plays
King John: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 13-Plays
Othello


Box 13-Plays
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley



The School for Scandal: A Comedy, in Five Acts


Box 13-Plays
Soane, George



Rob Roy, A Romantic Drama, in Three Acts


Box 13-Plays
The Young Reefer: A Farce, in Two Acts


Box 13-Plays
Somerset, C. A.



"The Sea." A Nautical Drama, in Two Acts


Box 13-Plays
The Twins of Warsaw


Box 13-Plays
"Yes!" An Operatic Interlude, in One Act


Box 13-Plays
Stirling, Edward



Above and Below!


Box 13-Plays
Clarence Clevedon; His Struggles for Life or Death


Box 13-Plays
Lilly Dawson, or, A Poor Girl's Story!


Box 13-Plays
The Lost Diamonds!


Box 13-Plays
The Queen of Cyprus: or, The Bride of Venice. A Grand Historical Ballet Spectacle, in Three Acts.


Box 13-Plays
The Sealed Sentence!


Box 13-Plays
Thompson, Benjamin



The Stranger: A Drama, in Five Acts


Box 13-Plays
Thomson, James



An Uncle Too Many: A Musical Farce, in Two Acts


Box 13-Plays
Tilbury, William Harries



The German Jew, or, The Forest of Remival: A Drama, in Three Acts


Box 13-Plays
Vanbrugh, John (Sir)



The Provoked Husband


Box 13-Plays
Webb, Charles



The Corsican Brothers: A Legendary Drama, in Three Acts


Box 13-Plays
Ruy Blas


Box 13-Plays
Webster, Benjamin



The Golden Farmer; or, The Last Crime: A Domestic Drama, in Two Acts


Box 13-Plays
The Old Gentleman


Box 13-Plays
Webster, John



The Duchess of Malfi: A Tragedy, in Five Acts


Box 13-Plays
The Ethiopian Drama



Griffin and Christy's Minstrels



Black Crook Burlesque


Box 44-Plays
Griffin, G.W.H.



Feast


Box 44-Plays
The Hypochondriac


Box 44-Plays
Les Miserables


Box 44-Plays
San Francisco Minstrels



Scenes at Gurney's


Box 44-Plays
White, Charles



The Coopers


Box 44-Plays
Jolly Millers


Box 44-Plays
Mazeppa


Box 44-Plays
Thieves at the Mill


Box 44-Plays
The Wreck


Box 44-Plays
Ethiopian Drama: New Series



Leavitt, A.J. and H. W. Eagan



Academy of Stars


Box 44-Plays
Arrival of Dickens


Box 44-Plays
Black Ole Bull


Box 44-Plays
Blackest Tragedy of All


Box 44-Plays
Boarding School


Box 44-Plays
Deaf as a Post


Box 44-Plays
Echo Band


Box 44-Plays
Jeemes the Poet


Box 44-Plays
Lucky Number


Box 44-Plays
No Tator, or Man Fish


Box 44-Plays
Rip van Winkle


Box 44-Plays
Running the Blockade


Box 44-Plays
Somebody's Coat


Box 44-Plays
The Two Pompeys


Box 44-Plays
Upper Ten Thousand


Box 44-Plays
Who Stole the Chickens?


Box 44-Plays
Fairy and Home Plays for Home Performance



Bell, George



Bear and Forebear


Box 44-Plays
Bishop, Henry R.



The Mistletoe Bough


Box 44-Plays
Dymond, Annie



Little Nut-Tree


Box 44-Plays
Hallett, M. W.



Rumpelstillskin!


Box 51-Plays
Heathcoate, Arthur M.



Dame Durden


Box 44-Plays
The Deep Blue Sea


Box 44-Plays
Iphigenia


Box 44-Plays
Keating, E. H.



Prince Nysee Nosey


Box 44-Plays
Medley, E. P.



Hearty Party


Box 44-Plays
The House that Jack Built


Box 44-Plays
Paxton, A.



Fairyland


Box 44-Plays
Funny Facts and Foolish Fancies


Box 44-Plays
Sulman, Dorothy Lloyd



The Friend of the Fairies


Box 51-Plays
Trevor, Philip



The Looking Glass


Box 51-Plays
French's Acting Edition



Abbott, George



Where's Charley? [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Arkell, Regina



1066 And All That [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Bell, Harrie



Miss Flipper's Holiday


Box 31-Plays
Bell, R. S. Warren



Company for George


Box 31-Plays
Bolton, Guy



Anything Goes [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
At the Silver Swan [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Brookfield, Charles H. E.



An Excellent Receipt


Box 31-Plays
Brougham, John



Flies in the Web


Box 31-Plays
Byron, Henry



Nearly Seven


Box 31-Plays
Old Story


Box 31-Plays
Wrinkles


Box 31-Plays
Caldwell, Sybil



The Deceitful Miss Smiths


Box 31-Plays
That Horrid Major


Box 31-Plays
Carroll, Lewis



Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Caspary, Vera



Wedding in Paris [oversize


Box 56-Plays
Chase, Olive



Party to Murder


Box 51-Plays
Cochran, Charles B.



Bless the Bride [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Coleby, Wilfred T.



Aunt Bessie


Box 31-Plays
The Young Napoleon


Box 31-Plays
David, Worton



Tulip Time [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Dolan, Winifred



Wake Up, John Bull!


Box 31-Plays
Douglas, Felicity



The Patchwork Quilt


Box 51-Plays
Douglas, Vincent



The Perfect Wife


Box 51-Plays
Drew, Margaret



St. Valentine's Day and Other Victorian Pieces


Box 51-Plays
Drinkwater, Albert E.



Two in a Trap


Box 51-Plays
Drury, W. P. (Major)



Calamity Jane, R. N.


Box 31-Plays
Dunn, Gerald



Fancy Dress


Box 31-Plays
Edgar, Marriott



Jill Darling! [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
English, Albert V.



The Shoe-Woman [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Etherington, H. Field



Sealed Silver


Box 31-Plays
Falconer, Edmund



Eileen Oge


Box 31-Plays
Farjeon, Herbert



The Glass Slipper [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Faucett, Charles S.



A Tragedy


Box 31-Plays
Faydon, Nita



The Great Look


Box 31-Plays
Fenn, Frederick



Judged by Appearances


Box 31-Plays
Furber, Douglas



Take No Notice


Box 51-Plays
Frith, Walter



The Miniature


Box 31-Plays
Garrick, David



The Country Girl


Box 31-Plays
Gifford, J. Wear



Supper for Two


Box 31-Plays
Gingold, Hermione



Hermione Gingold Wrote These


Box 51-Plays
Granville, Edward



Moon Beam


Box 31-Plays
Hamilton, Henry



Harvest


Box 31-Plays
Hannan, Charles



The Electric Man


Box 31-Plays
The Setting of the Sun


Box 31-Plays
Hay, F.



Our Domestics


Box 51-Plays
Hazlewood, C. H.



The Harvest Storm


Box 31-Plays
Mary Edmonstone


Box 31-Plays
Herendeen, Federick



Royal Exchange [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Herring, Ella C.



Lady Flora's Namesake


Box 31-Plays
Higginbotham, Robert



Kitty


Box 31-Plays
Hines



Fire of Vanity


Box 31-Plays
Hogg, Cyril Wentworth



His Life for Hers


Box 31-Plays
Holcroft, Thomas



Deaf and Dumb...


Box 31-Plays
Hollingshead, John



The Birthplace of Podgers


Box 31-Plays
Honey, Miss



Miss Honey's Treasure


Box 51-Plays
Howard, Francis Morton



The Fourth Proposal


Box 31-Plays
Future Arrangements


Box 31-Plays
Maggie's Love Affair


Box 31-Plays
The Magic Word


Box 31-Plays
Poor Old Sam!


Box 31-Plays
The Skipper's Entanglement


Box 31-Plays
Howard, Keble



The Cheerful Knave


Box 31-Plays
Come Michaelmas


Box 31-Plays
The Embarrassed Butler


Box 31-Plays
Lord Babs


Box 31-Plays
Puss in the Corner


Box 31-Plays
Howarth, Donald



A Lily in Little India


Box 31-Plays
Howe, Ena Hay



Blind Milton


Box 31-Plays
Hughes, Derrick



The Mercy of Merod


Box 31-Plays
Hunter, Mollie



Stay for an Answer


Box 31-Plays
Hynam, John



Dear Rudy


Box 31-Plays
The Second Line


Box 31-Plays
Trap


Box 31-Plays
Ionesco, Eugene



Exit the King


Box 31-Plays
The Lesson


Box 31-Plays
Rhinoceros


Box 31-Plays
Jacobs, W. W.



Admiral Peters


Box 31-Plays
A Distant Relative


Box 31-Plays
Dixon's Return


Box 31-Plays
Keeping Up Appearances


Box 31-Plays
A Love Passage


Box 31-Plays
James, Grace



Garden Plays


Box 31-Plays
Janes, H. Hurford



Madame La Baronne


Box 31-Plays
The Safe Murder


Box 31-Plays
Jeans, Angela Ainley



Listen to the Wind [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Jeffrey, Charles F.



The Medicine of Han Sao


Box 51-Plays
Jennings, Gertrude



The Christening


Box 51-Plays
Jennings, Gertrude E.



Have You Anything to Declare?


Box 51-Plays
In the Cellar


Box 51-Plays
John, Evan



Plus Ca Change


Box 51-Plays
Jones, Henry Arthur



The Silver King [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Keating, Miss



Beauty and the Beast


Box 31-Plays
Knoblock, Edward



Our Peg [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Kraft, Hy



Summer Song [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Law, Arthur



Three Blind Mice


Box 31-Plays
Le Breton, John



A Sister to Assister'er


Box 31-Plays
Ledward, J. C.



The Pot of Caviare


Box 51-Plays
Lefuse, M.



For Lack of Evidence


Box 31-Plays
Lester, Alfred



A Restaurant Episode


Box 51-Plays
Lewis, Leopold



The Bells


Box 31-Plays
Lion, Leon M.



Love's Comedy


Box 31-Plays
The Mobswoman


Box 31-Plays
Playing the Game


Box 31-Plays
Lowry, James M.



Peculiar Proposals


Box 31-Plays
Lyons, A. Neil



A Penny Bunch


Box 51-Plays
Lucas, J. Templeton



Browne the Martyr


Box 31-Plays
MacDougall, Roger



Double Image


Box 51-Plays
Macklin, Arthur



My Lady Help


Box 31-Plays
Maltby, Alby



Make Yourself at Home


Box 31-Plays
Maschwitz, Eric



The Adventures of Belinda Fair [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Masquerade [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Pink Champagne [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Mayer, Gaston



French as He is Spoke


Box 31-Plays
Miall, Agnes M.



The Understudy


Box 51-Plays
Miller, Hugh



Nae Luck Aboot the Hoose


Box 51-Plays
Moore, Bertha



A Happy Ending


Box 31-Plays
Mrs. or Miss


Box 31-Plays
Moore, E. Hamilton



The Dove Uncaged


Box 31-Plays
Morgan, Elaine



A Chance to Shine


Box 51-Plays
Morris, T. B.



The Prison Across the Street


Box 51-Plays
Murray, Douglas



Uncle Ned


Box 51-Plays
Neilson, Morris



The River of Light


Box 31-Plays
Newboult, F. J.



The Devil's Star


Box 31-Plays
Norwood, Eille



Chalk and Cheese


Box 31-Plays
Novello, Ivor



The Dancing Years [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Glamorous Night [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
King's Rhapsody [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Perchance to Dream [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Odets, Clifford



Winter Journey


Box 51-Plays
Palmer, T. A.



Woman's Rights


Box 31-Plays
Paston, George



The Kiss


Box 31-Plays
The Parents' Progress


Box 31-Plays
Paull, H. M.



My Lord from Town


Box 31-Plays
Pearn, V. A.



Shirley


Box 51-Plays
Penn, Gulielma



A Plume of Feathers


Box 31-Plays
Percy, Edward



The Peer and the Paper Girl


Box 51-Plays
A Perfect Little Fool


Box 51-Plays
Pinero, Arthur



The Big Drum


Box 51-Plays
The 'Mind the Paint' Girl


Box 51-Plays
Playgoers


Box 31-Plays
Poel, William



Absence of Mind


Box 31-Plays
Pryce, Richard



Little Mrs. Cummin


Box 32-Plays
Reynolds, Dorothy



Free as Air [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Salad Days [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Richardson, Frank



Bonnie Dundee


Box 32-Plays
Robins, Gertrude



Pot Luck


Box 32-Plays
Rose, L. Arthur



Me and My Girl [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Salaman, Malcolm Charles



Dimity's Dilemma


Box 32-Plays
Shakespeare, William



Antony and Cleopatra [oversize]


Box 56-Plays
Hamlet [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
King Lear [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
King Richard II [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
King Richard III [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
A Midsummer Night's Dream [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
The Merchant of Venice [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
Othello [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
The Taming of the Shrew [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
Sheriff, R. C.



Two Hearts Doubled


Box 51-Plays
Shirley, Arthur



Saved


Box 32-Plays
Smee, Lilian



The Stars May Change


Box 51-Plays
Smith, Lita



Mr. and Mrs. Muffett


Box 32-Plays
Stayton, Marianne



In Saramede


Box 32-Plays
A Question of Division


Box 32-Plays
Stirling, E.



The Old Curiosity Shop


Box 32-Plays
Suter, William E.



Incompatibility of Temper


Box 32-Plays
Sutro, Alfred



The Bracelet


Box 32-Plays
Uncle Anyhow


Box 51-Plays
Swears, Herbert



Dog Days


Box 32-Plays
Granny's Juliet


Box 32-Plays
Home Sweet Home, with variations


Box 32-Plays
Love and Dentistry


Box 32-Plays
Too Many Cooks


Box 51-Plays
Two on a Bus


Box 51-Plays
Syrett, Netta



Two Domestics


Box 51-Plays
Tanner, Beryl



A Well Matched Pair


Box 32-Plays
Taylor, Tom



New Men and Old Acres


Box 32-Plays
Trevor, Leo



The Pick of Oakham


Box 32-Plays
Unknown Author



Five Sketches for Women's Institutes, Girl Guides, etc.


Box 51-Plays
Miss Honey's Treasure


Box 32-Plays
Old Hunks


Box 32-Plays
Wilson, Sandy



The Boy Friend [oversize]


Box 57-Plays
Wood, Margaret



The King and the Quaker


Box 51-Plays
Various Authors



Quite a Nice Cat...


Box 32-Plays
Vernon, Frank



The Chance


Box 32-Plays
Von Mosen, Herr G.



On 'Change


Box 32-Plays
Walbrook, H. M.



The Touch of Truth


Box 32-Plays
Walkes, W. R.



The Major Explains


Box 32-Plays
Wall, Harry



The Night Porter


Box 32-Plays
Warren, Ernest



The Nettle


Box 32-Plays
Watts, Phillips



Lost in London


Box 32-Plays
Whitaker, Harold



Cold Poison


Box 51-Plays
Williams, Thomas J.



The Little Sentinel


Box 32-Plays
Worrall, Lechmere



A Domestic Problem


Box 51-Plays
French's Acting Edition (Late Lacy's)



A'Beckett, Arthur



Faded Flowers


Box 24-Plays
Aide, Hamilton



Nine Days' Wonder


Box 24-Plays
Allingham, T.



Fortune's Frolic


Box 24-Plays
Almar, George



Rover's Bride


Box 24-Plays
Angus, J. Keith



By This Token


Box 24-Plays
Ayers, Arthur



His Own Guest


Box 51-Plays
Barnett, Morris



Lilian Gervaise


Box 24-Plays
Bayley, Thomas Haynes



Spitalfields Weaver


Box 24-Plays
Beazley, Samuel



Is He Jealous


Box 24-Plays
Becher, Martin



Crimeless Criminal


Box 24-Plays
Bell, Harrie



Miss Flipper's Holiday


Box 24-Plays
Bellingham, Henry



Meddle and Muddle


Box 24-Plays
Benham, Arthur



Theory and Practice


Box 24-Plays
Bernard, Bayle



Life's Trial


Box 24-Plays
Splendid Investment


Box 24-Plays
Bernard, William



Faust


Box 24-Plays
Bickerstaff, Isaac



Love in a Village


Box 24-Plays
Man About Town


Box 24-Plays
Booth, Hilliard



Love's Service Flag


Box 24-Plays
Boucicault, Dion



The Jilt


Box 24-Plays
The O'Dowd


Box 24-Plays
The Shaughraun


Box 24-Plays
Bridgeman, I. V.



Matrimonial


Box 24-Plays
Brough, William



Endymion


Box 24-Plays
Ernani


Box 24-Plays
Lalla Rookh


Box 24-Plays
Papillonetta


Box 24-Plays
Broughton, Fred W.



The Bailiff


Box 24-Plays
Browne, E. J.



A Lucky Sixpence


Box 24-Plays
Bruton, James



Bathing


Box 24-Plays
Buckingham, Leicester



Virginus


Box 24-Plays
William Tell


Box 24-Plays
Buckstone, John Baldwin



John Jones


Box 24-Plays
Burnand, F. C.



Ixion


Box 24-Plays
Robin Hood


Box 24-Plays
Burney, Estelle



An Idyll of the Closing Century


Box 24-Plays
Burton, W. E.



Ellen Wareham


Box 24-Plays
Byron, Henry J.