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Catalog Number 1999.7.6
Object Name Program
Title "England's Greatest Reader"
Date 06/17/1910
Year Range from 1910
Year Range to 1910
Description Program announcing the "RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF JOHN DUXBURY (Principal of Manchester School of Elocution" "England's Greatest Reader" is in gothic lettering between a set of double lines. Under this, "DUBLIN STREET METHODIST CHURCH FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910" advertises the date and place. Time is advertised underneath: "4.15p.m. - "The Story of Joseph" 8.15p.m. - "Enoch Arden, etc." " "KELSO PTG.CO." is written in small letters in the bottom right hand corner. Cream coloured paper with black print, folded in half to form four page program. Inside on the left is a description of the afternoon show and on the right is a description of the evening show. Admission is advertised for the afternoon at 15c for adults and 10c for children and for the evening at 15c for children and 25c for adults. On the back is a list of testimonials crediting Prof. Duxbury.
People Torrance, R.L.
Tovell, Amos
Chapman, George
Young, D.
Strachan, John
Scott, J.A.
Crews, H.W.
McMaster, Thomas Grier (T.G.)
Search Terms Dublin Street United Church
Guelph Herald
Guelph Mercury
Kelso Printing Company
Subjects RELIGION
ARTS - PERFORMING ARTS
SPECIAL EVENTS
NEWSPAPERS
Dimensions 10.6 x 11.4 cm - L x W (folded)