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Norman Bel Geddes Database

Job 96, Quarantine, 1924-1925

Summary: Bel Geddes designed the settings for this comedy in three acts by F. Tennyson Jesse. It was produced by Charles L. Wagner and staged by Edgar Selwyn at Shubert's Belasco Theatre in Washington, D.C. on 17 November 1924; at the Selwyn Theatre in Boston on 1 December 1924; and at Henry Miller's Theatre in New York on 16 December 1924 where it ran for 151 performances. It starred Helen Hayes and Sidney Blackmer.

Hunter Code: DR 35
Hunter Guide: page 75

Box/Location Folder Description
flat file d 1-14 Drawings --- 6 Details of settings, scenes.
theater box 72 e 1 Preliminary Sketches --- 1 sketch.
flat file f 1-6 Drawings --- 6 Plans and elevations.
theater box 72 i 1 Publicity --- Clippings 1924-1925.
theater box 72 m 1 Programs --- Shubert's Belasco Theatre. Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia.