Manual of the National art theatre society of New York. Incorporated, March, 1904 National art theatre society, New York

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National art theatre society, New York
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  • A forward [by] Arthur Hornblow. -Our aims and purposes, by J. I. C. Clarke, -History of the National art theatre society, by H. P. Mawson. -What an endowed theatre might do for America, by A. M. Palmer. -The players for a national art theatre, by H. D. French. -The repertory of a national art tehatre, by Rupert Hughes. -The drama from a churchman's point of view, by the Rev. Minot J. Savage. -The Comédie française and what it has done for the French people, by Jules Clarette. -What the Comédie has done for French literature, by Prof. Adolph Cohn. -How Germany fosters her national drama, by W. W. Whitelock. -Denmark's endowed drama, by Julius Moritzen. -Subsidized art in Italy, by Lionel Strachey. -Constitution of the society. -Life members. -Members.
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