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01/18/2020 08:24 PM
(4) PIECES ANTIQUE THEATER EPHEMERA (FITCHBURG)
Age. See below
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments. This lot includes an 8 ½” high x 5 ½” wide Souvenir program from the Fitchburg Theater that is dated the week of February 18th, 1929. This program appears to be for the opening of the theater and was the newest of the Maine and New Hampshire Theater Company chain. Also included is a 9” high x 6” wide program from the Whitney’s Opera House that is dated March 31, 1885 which had 11 acts that included an orchestra, quartet as well as solo artists. Both of these items are in good shape with normal use wear, have some page browning, fold lines and some soiling. Also included is a complementary 6 ¼” high 1886 calendar from H.D. Moulton that was located on 368 Main St. and a 2 ½” high Season Complementary Pass for the Bijou Theater. Both of these pieces are in good shape with normal use wear and minor soiling. A nice lot of antique theater ephemera from downtown Fitchburg and two of them have some nice advertising from local businesses.
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