This 1923 theatre program is from New York City's Liberty Theatre on 42nd Street, Broadway for George M. Cohan's production of "Little Nellie Kelly." It bears the copyright of the New York Theatre Program Corporation at the bottom edge of the front cover. This was before Playbill.
Ads and articles include Djer-Kiss (French powder), The Corn Exchange Bank, "What the Woman Will Wear," Andrew Geller shoes, Brown & Clarke shoes, Oppenheim.Collins & Co. (Embassy of Paris Fashions), Forsythe (women's apparel), Livingston (footwear), Poudres de Talc, Cantilever Shoe Shop, New York Theatre Program Corp., an article about Elizabeth Hines- the star of "Little Nellie Kelly," Mineralava Beauty Clay, Le Talc de Coty, A. Jaeckel and Co. Furriers, anecdotal comedic column "When Black Is Read," Colgate Perfumes, "What the Man Will Wear," "Questions Answered Regarding the Drama," Keys & Lockwood (neckties), Beech-Nut Mints, Tyree's Antiseptic Powder, New York Tuberculosis Association, Helmar cigarettes, Egyptian Deities cigarettes, Fleischman House of Flowers, Onyx Hosiery, The Breakers' The Nassau, Hudson River Day Line, a listing of other plays/musicals appearing in the area like "Ziegfeld Follies," Claspon, David Belais (jeweler), Dr. Kahler's (shoes), Ovington's, Mulhens & Kropff (4711 Cologne), Rogers Peet Company (neckties), Gotham Hosiery Shops, Horton's Ice Cream, Mystikum Perfume, The Frances Fox Institute (hair growth), The Greenwich Village Inn, Martha Bell (gowns), J. Glassberg (shoes), George's Wave Tress, Chin Lee (restaurant), Helene L. Sweney (dance), Nat Lewis (undergarments and hosiery), an ad for a sightseeing steamer, Mme. Lichtenstein (millinery), Liederkranz Cheese, The Viceroy (restaurant), an ad for the music from the featured production, Hotel Astor, Stein and Blaine (costumer for Elizabeth Hines), the theatre's layout, Kelly Tires, Murad cigarettes (on back cover)
This program has 32 pages. It is in good condition with some wear commensurate with age. There is damage to the back cover as seen in the second photo. Two areas of wear, one near the top of the cover to the right and then down about a quarter of the page below the whip held by the woman.
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