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Job 72, Truth about Blayds, 1922-1923

Summary: Truth about Blayds was a play in three acts by A. A. Milne. It was produced and staged by Winthrop Ames with settings and lighting by Bel Geddes. It opened at the Booth Theatre in New York on 14 March 1922 with Alexandra Carlisle and Leslie Howard, running for 108 performances.

Hunter Code: DR 49
Hunter Guide: page 84

Box/Location Folder Description
flat file d 1-5 Drawings --- Set elevation, details.
flat file f 1-2 Drawings --- Floor plan and elevation.
theater box 77 h 1 Photographs --- Record Copy Photographs by Bruguière, nos. 1, 3, 5, and 6 (plus duplicates).
flat box 1 h 2.1 Photographs --- Glass negatives, lady on sofa.
flat box 1 h 2.2 Photographs --- Glass negatives, lady at secretarial desk.
flat box 1 h 2.3 Photographs --- Glass negatives, lady laying on sofa.
flat box 1 h 2.4 Photographs --- Glass negatives, lady sitting on sofa in a sitting room or library.
flat box 1 h 2.5 Photographs --- Glass negatives, lady at piano.
flat box 1 h 2.6 Photographs --- Glass negatives, lady at secretarial desk.
theater box 77 h 3 Photographs --- Print of photo no. 2 (plus one duplicate).
theater box 77 h 4 Photographs --- Print of photo no. 3.
theater box 77 i 1-6 Publicity --- Reviews 1922-1923.
theater box 77 j 1 Correspondence --- Letters rec. from Ames 1922.
theater box 77 m 1 Programs --- Booth Theatre.

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