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ECONOMICS,Business, Labor and Industrial Relations, Trade Union Movement, Politics, Foreign Affairs, Government, Public Administration, Social History. Successful search service for o.p. wants in these and allied subjects. Catalogues twice a year. U.S. and foreign imprints. Write: William Bledsoe, Bookseller. Specialist in the Literature of Economics and Political Science. Box 763, San Carlos, Calif. 94070.

POSITIONS WANTED

LIBRARIAN, woman in 30’s, 15 years varied experience MALS, excellent references, desires administrative position in predominantly Negro college. Box 699, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago 60611.

LIBRARIAN AND MATHEMATICIAN.Husband—Wife. Librarian husband has M.L.S. plus experience. Mathematician wife has M.A. plus experience. Both in 30’s age bracket. College and Junior College faculty. Desire positions in Southeast but will consider elsewhere. Available June, 1967. Box 691, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago 60611.

POSITIONS OPEN

CATALOGERfor women’s college, San Francisco area wanted for July or Sept. Prefer woman with LS degree and experience. Salary open. Fine new building. Faculty status, month vacation, medical insurance. Write Chief Librarian, Dominican College, San Rafael, Calif. 94901.

SUPERVISING CATALOGERMLS 5-7 years appropriate experience, L.C. Classification. Salary open. LIBRARIAN II—CIRCULATION LIBRARIAN: MLS Ability to organize and supervise. Requested salary range $7404-$8604. Write Juliet B. Clark, University Librarian, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, Calif. 94117.

TRINITY COLLEGE LIBRARY,Hartford, has openings (1) Chief of Technical Processes (September 1) $8400-$10,800; (2) Rare Book Cataloguer (position open) $6900-$8100; (3) General Cataloguer (position open) $6600-$7800. Usual fringe benefits, 35-hour work week, one-month vacation, free tuition in Trinity Graduate School, 450,000 volumes in modern, air-conditioned building. Apply to Donald B. Engley, Librarian, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut 06106.

WASH. D.C.—Assistant University Librarian. Do you have ability to coordinate departments, help in planning $6 million building, develop data processing plans, etc.? If so, write Joseph Jeffs, Librarian, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. 20007.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY LIBRARYhas the following position open September 5, 1967: Reference Librarian for Southeast Asia Collection. Should know buying sources, have knowledge of at least one Southeast Asia language, a good background in literature, and some experience in cataloging. Library Science degree required and experience desired. Minimum salary $720 per month and up, depending on qualifications. 11 months’ contract. 35-hour week, all college vacations, Illinois Retirement System providing disability, death, and pension benefits, faculty status, academic rank. Interested applicants should send a detailed letter, transcripts of credits, experience record, and have letters of reference sent to Miss Bernadine C. Hanby, Director, University Library, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois 60115.

GENERAL LIBRARIAN,Elmhurst College. Private liberal arts college of 1300 students located in western suburb of Chicago. Master’s degree essential. Twelve month contract, one month vacation. Beginning September 1, 1967. From $6800. Faculty status, Blue Cross, major medical, and other group benefits. Apply to Melvin R. George, Librarian, Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois 60126.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, HANOVER COLLEGE.United Presbyterian, liberal arts college of 1,000 students. Present holdings of 90,000 volumes, increase of 8% per year. Staff of 8, new position for fourth professional on staff. Duties in general reference and cataloging, with primary responsibility in reference. Excellent opportunity to learn all phases of librarianship for a beginning professional. Salary, $6,000-$8,000, depending upon degrees and experience. Fringe benefits of approximately 18% of base salary. Apply to Walter D. Morrill, College Librarian, Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana 47243—Phone: 812-866-2151.

INDIANA UNIVERSITY—(1) Librarian for Economics and Government, library degree plus subject background, French and German, salary $10,000 up. (2) Librarian for English, library degree with subject background plus German and French, salary $10,000 up. (3) Librarian for History, library degree plus subject background and knowledge of French and German, salary $10,000 up. (4) Cataloger for Slavic Materials, knowledge of two Slavic Languages, salary $7,000 up. Reply Jane Flener, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKYhas openings for (1) a Reference Librarian for general reference work in Central Library—a beginning position but one or two years experience will be no hinderance; (2) a Periodicals and Reserve Librarian in the Law Library—also a beginning position; (3) Two catalogers—would prefer some experience but will consider beginners; familiarity with LC classification helpful but not mandatory. 5th year degree required for all positions. Minimum beginning salary for person with no experience $6,300. Additional compensation for experience and/or additional degrees or special language or subject competency. Full faculty status including TIAA. Usual fringe benefits. Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer. Apply: Stuart Forth, Director, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington, Kentucky 40506.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN,STATE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE, in rural area 70 miles south of Washington, D.C. Four-year program beginning September 1967. Extensive development program under way. New library building to house 50,000 volumes will be ready for occupancy September 1968. Intensive concentration on increasing acquisitions. Present staff of three professionals and three clericals. Position will include acquisition work, organization of non-book materials, reference work. Experience in the organization of A-V materials preferred though not essential. Opportunity to select eventual area (s) of specialization as staff increases. Position open July 1, 1967 on a 12-month basis with one month summer vacation, plus the regular Christmas and spring recesses. Salary range for the Master’s degree, $8,000-$12,500; for the Bachelor’s degree, $7,500-$10,000. Social security. State retirement plan. Group health insurance offered. Excellent opportunity for someone who has not yet decided upon preference for Technical Services or Readers’ Services, or who likes some work in each area. Send résumé to: Miss Margaret Keen, librarian, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, Md. 20686. Telephone 301-994-1600.

CATALOGER, STATE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE, in rural area 70 miles south of Washington, D.C. Four-year program beginning September 1967. Extensive development program under way. New library building to house 50,000 volumes will be ready for occupancy September 1968. Intensive concentration on increasing acquisitions. Present staff of three professionals and three clericals. Knowledge of DC classification and experience in cataloguing essential. Position open July 1, 1967 on a 12-month basis with one month summer vacation, plus the regular Christmas and spring recesses. Salary range for the Master’s degree, $8,000-$12,500; for the Bachelor’s degree, $7,500-$10,000. Social security. State retirement plan. Group health insurance offered. Excellent opportunity for someone who may be interested in possible advancement to Head of Technical Services as staff increases. Send résumé to: Miss Margaret Keen, librarian, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, Md. 20686. Telephone 301-994-1600.’

ASSISTANT ART LIBRARIAN.Smith College. Art Library. Primary responsibilities: subject cataloging of books, full cataloging of photographs, pamphlet files. Past assistants moved to top positions. Qualifications: M.L.S. (may be in process), knowledge of History of Art, preferably college major, scanning ability in languages. Experience not essential. Salary dependent on qualifications. Liberal vacation and fringe benefits. Four colleges of Connecticut Valley (Amherst, University of Massachusetts, Mount Holyoke, Smith) offer cultural life. Scenic countryside with summer and winter sports. 3 hours from New York, 2 from Boston by car. Limousine service to Hartford-Springfield airport. Send résumé to Phyllis A. Reinhardt, Librarian, Hillyer Art Library, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. 01060.

REFERENCE LIBRARIANand an Acquisitions Librarian needed for expanding staff of a rapidly growing liberal arts college library. TIAA, Blue Cross, Christmas and Easter recess plus one month summer vacation. Competitive salary. Write James A. Dodd, Director, Shipman Library, Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan 49221.

GRADUATE LIBRARIAN,The University of Michigan Library. Responsible for graduate reader services in the humanities and social sciences primarily through the Circulation and Reference Departments, and for service to the faculty of the nearly 30 teaching departments and their nearly 15,000 students who predominantly use the General Library collections; assists in reviewing the General Library book collections in these subject areas, in recommending titles for withdrawal or transfer, and in book selection in these subjects; is in charge of the maintenance of the General Library Building, and assists in planning for its rehabilitation in the near future; prepares studies of possible future needs for graduate reader services. Qualifications and salary: Graduate degree in Library Science and a minimum of five years of progressively more responsible professional library experience, including public service and supervisory responsibility in a college or university library; completion of doctorate desirable. $12,500 minimum beginning salary, higher salary possible for extensive relevant experience. Apply to Miss Marjorie M. Tompkins, Personnel, Univ. of Mich. Library, Ann Arbor, 48104. The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity employer.

REFERENCE-ORDER LIBRARIAN.Open September 1. Liberal arts college for men in historic small town close to larger cities. New library; expanding services and collection to meet demands of changing curriculum and science research grants. Faculty rank, pension plan, 39-hour week; 4 weeks vacation plus faculty holidays. Salary: $6500 with adjustment for experience. Write: Mrs. Jean Brose, St. Mary’s College, Winona, Minnesota 55987.

ACQUISITIONS LIBRARIAN—If you want the pleasure and satisfaction of working in a small congenial situation with a friendly staff, bring your ideas and experience to help us reorganize periodicals and serials records, expand the subscription list, get the binding backlog bound, and then move into collections development. Salary $8000, Assistant Professor, start May 1 or as soon as possible. Liberal benefits include TIAA-CREF, Social Security, group hospitalization, one month vacation. Beautiful campus overlooking Missouri River, 1/2 hour from downtown Kansas City. Write Harold Smith, Librarian, Park College, Parkville, Mo. 64152.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN—To offer a program of public service to students and faculty in a liberal arts college with a fine tradition and excellent undergraduate curriculum. Salary $8400, Assistant Professor, start September 1. Liberal benefits include TIAA-CREF, Social Security, group hospitalization, one month vacation. Beautiful campus overlooking Missouri River, ⅜ hour from downtown Kansas City. Write Harold Smith, Librarian, Park College, Parkville, Mo. 64152.

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONSavailable July 1, 1967. Faculty rank and benefits, salary dependent upon qualifications. MLS required, subject and language background sought. Experience desirable, but not required. Order Librarian—$6800-8000; Asst. Catalog Librarian, $6800-8000; Asst. Reference Librarian— $6800-7500. Contact Dean of Library Service, University of Montana, Missoula, 59801; 406243-2053.

CHAIRMAN, LIBRARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENTneeded September 1967 to expand our current library science minor program to include a Teacher-Librarian major at a state college located in North Jersey within the greater New York metropolitan area. Position is available at the Associate Professor level with a salary range from $9,405.00 to $12,225.00 with annual increments of $478.00. Excellent pension and health insurance plans. Opportunity for summer session teaching results in additional compensation. Qualifications include two years of approved graduate study beyond the MLS plus a minimum of six years of professional experience including, preferably, both school library work and classroom teaching. Write in detail to: Dean Alton D. O’Brien, Newark State College, Union, New Jersey 07083.

ACQUISITIONS LIBRARIAN AND PERIODICALS LIBRARIANneeded for rapidly expanding college library near New York and Philadelphia by Sept. 1. Positions available either as Asst. Prof. (Masters degree in subject plus library school degree plus 4 years experience) at salary $7,737 to $10,059, annual increment $387; or Asst. Prof. II (Library school degree plus 2 years experience) salary $6,684 to $8,688, increment $334. Ten month appointment; summer session optional, paid separately; full faculty status; good pension system; free major medical. Broadly interested, industrious, alert librarians apply immediately to Felix E. Hirsch, Librarian, Trenton State College, Trenton, N.J. 08625.

CATALOGING ASSISTANT(with some work in reference) needed in college library undergoing great expansion ($200,000 book budget) and crash reclassification program from DDC to LC. Beginning salary up to $7,700, depending on experience, plus excellent fringe benefits. Contact: Dr. George S. Bobinski, Director of Libraries, State University College at Cortland, New York 13045.

REFERENCE LIBRARIANwanted for college library. Good salary based on experience for person willing to assume responsibility for all circulation procedures including maintenance of reserve book collection. Apply Miss Ella M. Elliott, Acting Head Librarian, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 12601.

REFERENCE LIBRARIANto develop section in small liberal arts college. Located on South Shore of Long Island 50 miles from New York City. Faculty rank, TIAA, and other benefits. 5th year library degree and experience required. Salary commensurate with experience. Send application to: Martha R. Schmidt, Chief Librarian, Adelphi Suffolk College, Oakdale, N.Y. 11769.

THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRONwill have the following openings on or before July 1, 1967. The first two positions require the MLS but no prior experience. The third, fourth and fifth positions require the MLS and subject background. 1) General reference librarian for Social Science and Humanities, 2) General cataloged 3) Science-technology librarian to administer library in new science center and to perform undergraduate reference work in the sciences, 4) Science-technology subject librarian to work initially in all sciences (the number of subject areas will be reduced as staff is added), build a collection and work primarily with graduate students and faculty, 5) Humanities subject librarian to perform the duties described above in No. 4 in the fields of philosophy, psychology, languages and literature. For additional information or for application write University Librarian, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio. 44304.

STATE COLLEGEexpanding staff in September to match increased enrollment and library building addition. Needs 2 Assistant Catalogers and 1 Assistant Reference Librarian. First cataloger to supervise change from D C to L C. Must have MLS plus 3 years experience. preferably with L C. Second cataloger to assist in regular processing. Can be recent MLS graduate. Reference Librarian to aid students in using library and assist in book selection within his subject speciality or interest. Will give preference to librarian with second Master’s and 3-5 years experience. Salary for 9 months: $6,580-15,080, depending on education and experience. Summer employment extra. Complete faculty status, state retirement plan, sabbaticals, cumulative sick leave, cost-sharing Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Major Medical. Brief driving time to Penn State, Corning, Cornell, Finger Lakes. Apply James J. Simonis, Mansfield State College, Mansfield, Pennsylvania 16933.

READERS SERVICE LIBRARIAN(Man). Immediate opening in rapidly expanding community college near Philadelphia. Full faculty rank and status, liberal employee benefits include Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Life and health insurance, T.I.A.A. Excellent salary scale with position on scale depending on training and experience. Requirements: Masters degree from A.L.A. accredited school, 3 years’ experience desired but will consider well-qualified beginner. Apply: Mrs. Marjorie F. Davis, Librarian, Montgomery County Community College, Conshohocken, Pa. 19428.

TWO POSITIONS:Lafayette College, Easton, Pa., urban area near New York City, Philadelphia and the Poconos. Expanding library in a new building. Assistant Cataloger and Assistant Reference Librarian. 5th year library degree. Salary depends upon experience and qualifications. 38-hour week, faculty status, month’s vacation plus holidays, TIAA, hospitalization. Apply: Clyde L. Haselden, Librarian, Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. 18042.

CATALOGER.Ass’t Prof. rank. Salary, nine months, $7,610 to $10,200 depending on education and experience; summer work at same rate optional. Faculty status which includes college vacations during school year. Masters degree minimum educational requirement; five years experience. To supervise clerical assistants in reclassification from DC to LC. Write Dan W. Graves, Librarian, Clarion State College, Clarion, Pa. 16214.

CATALOGER,RICE UNIV., HOUSTON, TEXAS. University experience, languages important, capable original cataloging. New building under const., good prospects. Salary open, at least $700/mo. Write Richard O’Keeffe, Acting Librarian.

NEW 6.7 MILLION DOLLAR LIBRARY BUILDING BEING STAFFED.The University of Utah Libraries in Salt Lake City has recently budgeted new positions as Acquisitions Librarian, Literature Librarian, Monographs Librarian, and Serials Librarian; salaries from $7,000 to $10,000. Additional positions available as Undergraduate Librarian, Book Stacks Librarian, and Catalogers; salaries beginning at $6,500. All positions carry faculty rank of Instructor or higher, 24 days vacation, 12 days sick leave annually, Sabbatical Leave after each 12 quarters, Medical insurance, low-cost health and accident insurance, TIAA-CREF retirement. Beginning dates July through December. Submit application and personal résumé to Ralph D. Thomson, Director of Libraries, University of Utah Libraries, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112.

ASSISTANT LIBRARIANfor Norwich University. Good opportunity for the right person. Located in New England village with good environment for growing family. Salary up to $8,500 depending upon experience. Responsible for technical processing initially. MA from accredited library school required. TIAA, usual fringe benefits, one month’s vacation, etc. Contact Victor H. Johnson, Librarian, Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont 05663.

HEAD CATALOGERwanted for rapidly growing 2-yr. community college library in Maritimes. Library degree plus experience with LC classification required. Salary competitive and depending on qualifications. Regular fringe benefits. Completely new campus under construction this spring. Send résumé, with references, to K. M. Duff, Librarian, Univ. of New Brunswick in Saint John, 144 Union St., Saint John, N.B., Canada.

APPLICATIONSare invited from recent graduates and/or experienced librarians for the following positions: (a) SCIENCE REFERENCE LIBRARIANS—two required. Science background or work experience in a science library desirable, (b) HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES LIBRARIANS—four required, (c) CATALOGUER. Experience with L. C. Classification and knowledge of foreign languages desirable. Appointments at Grade I ($6,600- 8,100) or Grade Iĩ ($7,400-10,000) level, depending on qualifications and experience. Positions open July or September. Air-conditioned building. Fringe benefits include one month’s vacation, sick leave, medical, hospital, disability, and group insurance, pension plan. Campus situated along Detroit River international boundary, with extraordinary cultural and academic opportunities. Applications, including curriculum vitae, should be directed to: William F. Dollar, University Librarian, UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

FOR SALE

LATINAmerican studies reference books and scholarly monographs, the results of research and compilation by outstanding specialists and scholars. Reference works include Master Directory for Latin America, Statistical Abstract, Guide to Latin American Studies, and specialized bibliographies. Monographs cover law, anthropology, economic development, sociology, etc. Write for detailed brochures to Documentation Section, Latin-American Center, UCLA, Los Angeles 90024.

GALE ANNOUNCES REPRINTS OF BASIC REFERENCE WORKS IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Because they are widely recommended by Winphell, Walford, Northup, Zischka, and other authorities on reference books, Gale is making available once again the important publications described below.

Each title is being reprinted on acid-free paper—some call it “300-year paper”—and attractively bound in strong cloth to enable it to withstand the bard usage it is bound to have.

Ask Us to Send Any or All of These Books for Your Examination—Without Obligation

THE BIBLIOGRAPHER’S MANUAL OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, Containing an Account of Rare, Curious, and Useful Books, Published in or relating to Great Britain and Ireland, from the Invention of Printing; with Bibliographical and Critical Notices, Collations of the Rarer Articles, and the Prices at which They Have Been Sold

Edited by William Thomas Lowndes

Lists about 50,000 works with author, title, place, date, and size, with occasional notes as to rarity, value, editions, reprints, etc., of principal works in Divinity, Ecclesiastical and Civil History, Biography, Voyages, and Travels, Antiquities, Heraldry, Jurisprudence, Sciences, the Arts, etc. Volume 6 has an appendix of lists of publications of societies and printing clubs, books issued by private presses, lists of series, etc.

3,363 Pages 1869 Revision Six Volumes $97.50

A GLOSSARY OF WORDS, PHRASES, NAMES, AND ALLUSIONS IN THE WORKS OF ENGLISH AUTHORS, Particularly of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

Edited by Robert Nares

The editors of the revision wrote that the original was “the best and most useful work we possess for explaining and illustrating the obsolete languages and the customs and manners of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.… It is quite indispensable to the readers of the literature of the Elizabethan period (and) a necessary companion to the dramatic writers.” Revision includes notes on orthography and accentuation, critical observations on Shakespeare, proverbial sayings, and allusions to customs and persons.

981 Pages 1858 Revision $22.50

AN ANALYTICAL INDEX TO THE WORKS OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE with a Sketch of His Life

Edited by Evangeline M. O’Connor

New introduction by C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr.

4,000 entries of place names, characters, and ideas found in Hawthorne’s writings, with references to the volume and chapter in which each appears. Short stories and articles are referenced by volume numbers and dates of periodicals in which they appeared.

294 Pages 1882 $6.00

THE WAVERLEY DICTIONARY: An Alphabetical Arrangement of All the Characters in Sir Walter Scott’s Waverley Novels with a Descriptive Analysis of Each Character, and Illustrative Selections from the Text

Edited by ĴVIay Rogers

1,500 entries chronologically arranged in the order of publication of Scott’s major novels. Each is given a short description of its setting and its historic context, with brief sketches of each of the characters, with exact chapter references, along with excerpts from the texts and a final synopsis of the plot. General index.

357 Pages 1855 $16.00

PARODY ANTHOLOGY

Edited by Carolyn Wells

A collection of over 200 parodies of famous poems, nursery rhymes, Christmas carols, popular songs, and standard themes in literature. A ten-page introduction describes the nature, history, purpose, and types of parody, and the better-known writers of parody. Three indexes list titles, parody authors, and authors parodied.

397 Pages 1904 $13.75

DICTIONARY OF OBSOLETE AND PROVINCIAL ENGLISH, Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Nineteenth Century which are No Longer in Use or are Not Used in the Same Sense, and Words which are Now Used Only in the Provincial Dialects

Edited by Thomas Wright

Defines thousands of obsolete words used from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century. Covers Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman terms; Latin words introduced in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: words adopted from other languages; and words fashionable at a particular period. Illustrated by quotations and often accompanied by notes on orthography and provenance.

1,048 Pages 1886 Two Volumes $23.00

THE CYCLOPEDIA OF ANECDOTES OF LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS …

Edited by Kazlitt Arvine

Arranged topically in 289 sections, each devoted to a general subject such as age, author eccentricities, bibliomania, critics, friendship, and literary clubs, with more than 3,000 anecdotes from the lives and writings of those in the fine arts. Alphabetical index to individual personalities, subjects, and concepts.

698 Pages 1851 $14.50

A DICTIONARY OF SLANG, JARGON, AND CANT. Embracing English, American and Anglo-Indian Slang, Pidgin English, Tinker’s Jargon, and other Irregular Phraseology.Edited by Albert Barrere and C. G. Leland

Recognized as one of the authoritative works in the literature of slang. Eric Partridge points out in his new introduction to Gale’s reprint of the original edition that “…it’s a valuable piece of work, alert and instructive and readable.… Nobody studying slang could, indeed, afford to ignore it.”

956 Pages 1889-90 Two Volumes $36.00

THE LITERATURE OF SLANG: A Bibliography

Edited by William Jeremiah Burke

A definitive bibliography of 2,000 works concerned with slang, cant, and dialect in the English and American languages, each carrying the compiler’s comments on their scope and usefulness. Covers bibliographies; dictionaries; general works; underworld cant and its subsidiaries; occupational jargon; slang and jargon of sports, the theatre, the gambling world, and associated groups; war slang; school and college slang; dialects; and miscellaneous. Author index.

189 Pages 1939 $9.00

JOURNALISM: A Bibliography

Edited by Carl L. Cannon

A New York Public Library publication covering several thousand books and articles in English on the ethics of journalism as a career, history and law. of freedom of the press, sensational journalism, interviewing techniques, the maintenance and use of the morgue, etc. Author index.

360 Pages 1924 $13.00

TRANSLATIONS OF GERMAN POETRY IN AMERICAN MAGAZINES, 1741-1810. Together With Translation of Other Teutonic Poetry and Original Poems

Edited by Edward Z. Davis

A chronologically arranged bibliography of translations of German poetry, including many quotations, which appeared in American magazines during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

229 Pages 1905 $8.00

A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF ENGLISH THEATRICAL LITERATURE, From the Earliest Times to the Present Day

Edited by Robert William Lowe

In subject arrangement, Lowe’s book is concerned with theatrical literature on subjects such as theatre as a business, a profession, and a medium of expression; its history ; its noted managers; its actors and actresses as personalities and performers; and acting as a profession.

384 Pages 1888 $14.00

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