Hyde & Behman’s, Brooklyn. [1902 Theater Program]
Vaudeville program for the week of October 27, 1902 at Hyde & Behman’s Theatre on Fulton Street in Brooklyn including a one-act play by George M. Cohan. The show featured such acts as singers Sullivan and Pasquelena, Burton and Brookes’ “A Quiet Evening at the Club,” acrobats The Three LIvingstons, the “Famous Minstrel” George Thatcher, Ward and Curran satirizing the local police, little persons “Rossow’s Midgets,” and the Russell Brothers in “Their Latest Success by George M. Cohan, ‘A Romance of New Jersey.’” Numerous local ads.
Description: Hyde & Behman’s, Brooklyn. [1902 Theater Program]
[Likely New York: Frank V. Strauss, Publisher, 1902]. pp. Quarto. Illustrations; ads. Two-hole-punched with cloth reinforcement. Old inscription on upper cover; very good.