|Object Name||Program, Theater|
|Scope & Content||Program booklet for a vaudeville show at the New Wonderland Theatre, Eden Musee, and Menagerie during the week of July 15, 1901. James F. Kelly and Dorothy Kent in "A Ginger Snap;" Musical Kleist's Novel Musical Electrical and Comedy Black Art; singer Elizabeth M. Murrary; the Young America Quintette; Louis A. Simon, Grace Gardner and Company in "The New Coachman;" cornet soloists and duettists A.H. Knoll and Marie McNeil; and Katamura's Japs are on the bill. The majority of the program is dedicated to advertisements, including one for "Queen Anne Soap Free Excursions," aboard the TASHMOO, GREYHOUND, and CITY OF TOLEDO on the back cover. A black and white half tone image of the theater, and a advertisement for Richardson's china appears on the cover surrounded by a border containing columns, acanthus leaves, scrollwork, and musical instruments. A handwritten note around the top and right edge of the cover reads, "Mon. Eve. 7-15-'01. Absolutely the very worst performance I ever 'sat through.'"|
|Extent of Description||
6" x 9.25"