date(s):
1879-1882
type(s):
Program, Theater; Collection
A2294 Miller, Arthur E. Theater Programs Inventory of Arthur E. Miller Theater Programs A2294 EAD by Jaime Bourassa using ArchivesSpace Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center 2017 225 S. Skinker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105 archives@mohistory.org URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2018-10-02 06:39:57 -0500 . English Describing Archives: A Content Standard English Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center Arthur E. Miller Theater Programs Miller, Arthur E., 1859- A2294 0.25 Cubic Feet (63 items) 1879-1882 Processing Information Processed by Emma Marschall, May 2009. Donor Information Collection was donated by Duncan Seibert of Lafayette, CA, great-grandson of Arthur E. Miller, in 2009. Biographical Sketch Arthur Emanuel Miller was born in July 1859 in Michigan. He married his wife Julia in 1883 in St. Louis, Missouri. In St. Louis, Miller worked as a wallpaper hanger before moving with his wife to Crawford County, Kansas, around 1920. Scope and Contents Collection consists primarily of programs for various St. Louis theaters, collected by Arthur Emanuel Miller while courting Julia. The description of the folder items includes the date, the name of the production, and the principal actors, whenever such information was listed on the programs. Arrangement The collection is organized into separate folders, each containing the programs of an individual theater. Within each folder, the programs are placed in chronological order. Conditions Governing Access The collection is open for research use. Conditions Governing Use For permission to publish, quote from, or reproduce material in this collection, please contact the Archives Reference Desk at archives@mohistory.org . Copyright restrictions may apply. The researcher assumes full responsibility for comforming to the laws of copyright. Physical and Technical Requirements There are no physical or technical restrictions. Preferred Citation Arthur E. Miller Theater Programs, Missouri Historical Society Archives, St. Louis. Actors -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Plays Theater -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Theater programs -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Theaters -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Garden Theatre (Saint Louis, Mo.) Grand Opera House (Saint Louis, Mo.) Mitchell’s Theatre Comique (Saint Louis, Mo.) Olympic Theatre (Saint Louis, Mo.) Peoples Theatre (Saint Louis, Mo.) Pope Theatre (Saint Louis, Mo.) Grand Opera House. 1879-1882 1 1 The Strakosch, Il Trovatore, I Puritani, Mignon, Norma, Martha, Lucezia Borgia . 1879 Oct 10-15 1 1 Lady of Lyons with Mary Anderson. 1879 Nov 24 1 1 The Brook with Salsbury’s Troubadours. 1879 Dec 8 1 1 Si Slocum with Frank I. Frayne, Annie Ward Tiffany, and famous acting dog, Jack. 1880 Jan 5 1 1 Emma Abbott and the Grand English Opera Company. 1880 Jan 12 1 1 Alice Oates and the Oates English Comic Opera Company. 1880 Mar 29 1 1 Rice’s Surprise Party. (2 copies) 1880 Sept 13 1 1 Deacon Crankett with Meade & Maginley’s Combination. 1880 Oct 18 1 1 Dreams with Willie Edwin’s Sparks. 1880 Oct 31 1 1 Miss Mary Anderson and Mr. Milnes Levick. 1880 Nov 22 1 1 Emma Abbott and the Grand English Opera Company. 1880 Dec 6 1 1 Rice’s New Extravaganza Combination and New Evngeline . 1881 Jan 15 1 1 Richard III with Thos. W. Keene. 1881 Dec 18 1 1 Kit, The Arkansas Traveler with Henrietta and Frank S. Chanfrau. 1882 Feb 20 1 1 The Gladiator with John McCullough. 1882 Mar 27 1 1 Olympic Theatre. 1879-1882 1 2 Lotta . 1879 Dec 22 1 2 M’liss with Annie Pixley. 1880 Jan 19 1 2 The Tourists in a Pullman Palace Car . 1880 Apr 19 1 2 Sharps and Flats with Robson & Crane. 1880 Mar 29 1 2 Dr. Clyde with W.H. Power’s Paragon Comedy Company. 1880 May 10 1 2 Haverly’s United Mastodon Minstrels. 1880 May 31 1 2 Go West on the Emigrant Train with Tony Past’s Famous Specialty Troup. Opening of the Season 1880 and 1881. 1880 Aug 29 1 2 Our German Senator with Mr. Gus Willias. 1880 Sept 19 1 2 All the Rage . 1880 Oct 4 1 2 Leavitt’s Gigantic Specialty and Vaudeville Company. 1880 Nov 14 1 2 Fanny Davenport and excellent company. 1881 Jan 17 1 2 Hobbies with N.C. Goodwin, Jr’s Froliques. 1881 Jan 24 1 2 Snelbaker’s Majestic Consolidation. 1881 May 9 1 2 Mulligan’s Silver Wedding with Harrigan & Hart and the Standard Comedy Company. 1881 June 20 1 2 The Mascotte with Wilbur Opera Company. 1881 Oct 30 1 2 Edgewood Folks with Sol Smith Russell. 1881 Dec 25 1 2 Farwell Engagement of Fanny Davenport. 1882 Jan 22-27 1 2 School for Scandal . Farwell Engagement of Fanny Davenport. 1882 Jan 27 1 2 Deacon Crankett . 1882 Feb? 1 2 Last week of the old theatre featuring Robson and Crane. 1882 Mar 26 1 2 Pope Theatre. 1879-1882 1 3 Lady Jane Grey . 1879 Dec 1 1 3 Adah Richmond Comic Opera Company. 1879 Dec 29-1880 Jan 3 1 3 Miss Adele Belgarde and Company. (2 copies) 1880 Jan 5-17 1 3 Two Orphans with Kate Claxton. 1880 Apr 5 1 3 The Mariner’s Compass with Miss Dickie Lingard. 1880 Apr 26 1 3 Long Branch with Miss Alice Oates. 1880 Oct 11 1 3 Hazel Kirke with the Madison Square Theatre Company. (2 items) 1880 Nov 8 1 3 Around the World in Eighty Days with the Kiralfy Brothers’ Combination. 1880 Nov 29 1 3 Our Goblins with W.C. Mitchell’s Company. 1880 Dec 20 1 3 Pirates of Penzance with the D’Olyly Carte’s London Opera Company. 1880 Dec 27 1 3 Gilmore’s Mammoth Congress of International Attractions. 1881 Jan 17 1 3 Sam’l of Posen with Mr. M.B. Curtis. 1881 Jan 31 1 3 Othello with Tomasso Salvini and English Speaking Company. (2 items) 1881 Mar 14 1 3 The Brook with Salsbury’s Troubadours. 1881 Apr 4 1 3 Richard III with Mr. Frederick Warde. 1881 Sept 5 1 3 Emelie Melville Opera Company. (2 copies) 1881 Oct 10 1 3 The Banker’s Daughter with Mr. A. M. Palmer’s Union Square Theatre Company. 1881 Oct 24 1 3 Youth with the Boston Theatre Company. 1882 Feb 20 1 3 Black Crook with the Kiralfy Brothers’ Combination. 1882 Mar 13 1 3 A Celebrated Case with James O’Neill and Company. 1882 Apr 24 1 3 The Peoples Theatre. 1882 1 4 The Banker’s Daughter with Collier’s Famous Banker’s Daughter Combination under A.M. Palmer’s Union Square Theatre. 1882 Jan 9 1 4 Muldoon’s Pic-Nic with Barry & Fay’s Comedy Company. 1882 Feb 19 1 4 M.B. Leavitt’s Rentz-Santley Novelty and Burlesque Company. 1882 May 29 1 4 Mitchell’s Theatre Comique. 1879-1880 1 5 A Squire for a Day , The Wonderful Ronaldo, Morris and Creen. 1879 Dec 14 1 5 The Romantic Lovers with Joe and Annie Burgess in, Miss Annie Murrary, Manchester & Jennings. (2 copies) 1880 Oct 17 1 5 Garden Theatre. 1882 1 6 Billie Taylor with the Ford Comic Opera Company, Solomon & Stephen’s Comic Opera and Sorcerer with Gilbert and Sullivan’s Comic Opera. 1882 July 23-26 1 6 Unidentified Theater. ca. 1880 1 7 Pat Rooney’s New York Star Combination. ca. 1880 1 7