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1883 Harry St. Ormond Lyceum Bureau New York City Signed Stage Show Letter
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In the last half of the 1800s, the touring and performing schedules of most traveling shows and entertainers were maintained by Lyceum Bureaus who represented groups of performers, lecturers, musicians, etc. One of the most prominent Lyceum Bureaus was the St. Ormond Lyceum Bureau run by Harry St. Ormond in New York City. This lot is a letter written from St. Ormond to Jonathan J. Stephen. The letter discusses some details concerning advertising for upcoming performances. The typed letter is signed by St. Ormond.

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This letter is in good used condition with wear appropriate to its age. It may have small creases/tears, folds, wrinkles, indentations, stains, smudges, edge wear, toning, corner bumps, or other issues typical of old paper items. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.


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