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NumberEphemera TypeProduction TypePhotographerYearTitleAuthor/DirectorCharacterLocationDescriptionScanned
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RMLO_1PlaybillPlay1926Don JuanTisbeaBox1/F1Sybille Olivier. Production of the Three Hundred Club at the Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square. Yes
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RMLO_2PlaybillPlay1924The DancersMrs. MayneBox1/F1
Sybille Olivier. Production of Frank Curzon and gerald DuMaurier's company, under direction of F. Leslie Morton and Guyton Heath. Theatre Royal, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Yes
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RMLO_3OtherBox1/F1Modern print-out of the Olivier coat of armsNo
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RMLO_4OtherBox1/F1Information from University of Essex linking Laurence Olivier to Thomas of ArundellNo
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RMLO_5Newspaper ClippingBox1/F1Clippings of Laurence Olivier as a babyYes
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RMLO_6Newspaper ClippingBox1/F1Clippings of Laurence Olivier as a babyYes
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RMLO_7PhotographPlayUnknown1922
The Taming of the Shrew
ShakespeareKateBox1/F2Modern copy print of Laurence Olivier as Katharina. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon.Yes
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RMLO_8Newspaper ClippingPlay1922
The Taming of the Shrew
ShakespeareKateBox1/F2Tear sheet from The Graphic, April 29, 1922Yes
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RMLO_9OtherPlay1922
The Taming of the Shrew
ShakespeareKateBox1/F2Clipping of Laurence Olivier as KatharinaYes
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RMLO_10Other1992Box1/F3Typed letter from Ivan Butler to Richard Mangan giving anecdote of Laurence Olivier at St Edward's, Oxford.No
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RMLO_11PlaybillPlay1923
A Midsummer Night's Dream
ShakespearePuckBox1/F3Photocopy of St Edward's School, Oxford playbill, signed by the cast, including Laurence OlivierYes
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RMLO_12PlaybillPlay1924
The Merry Wives of Windsor
ShakespeareServantBox1/F4The Fellowship of Players. Playill dated December 14, 1924. Regent Theatre. Roger Livesey also in cast.Yes
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RMLO_13PlaybillPlay1925Henry IV, part IIShakespeare
Snare and Thomas of Clarence
Box1/F5The Fellowship of Players. Playill dated February 8, 1925. Regent Theatre. Roger Livesey also in cast.Yes
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RMLO_14PlaybillPlay1925The TempestShakespeare
Antonio, brother of Prospero
Box1/F6The Lena Ashwell Players. Playbill dated October 31, 1925. Century Theatre.Yes
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RMLO_15PlaybillPlay1926Henry VIIIShakespeareFirst Serving-ManBox1/F7
Sybil Thorndike's season at the Empire Theatre, Leicester Square. By arrangement with Alfred Butt. Produced by Lewis Casson under direction of Bronson Albery and Lewis Casson. Playbill dated December 9, 1926.
Yes
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RMLO_16Newspaper ClippingPlay1925Henry VIIIShakespeareFirst Serving-ManBox1/F7Tearsheet, possibly from The Sketch, dated December 23, 1925showing scenes from the playNo
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RMLO_17Newspaper ClippingPlay1926Henry VIIIShakespeareFirst Serving-ManBox1/F7Review of the play by James AgateNo
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RMLO_18Newspaper ClippingPlay1926Henry VIIIShakespeareFirst Serving-ManBox1/F7Daily Mail Clipping showing scene of the play. Dated January 14, 1926No
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RMLO_19PlaybillPlay1926Oedipus TyrannusSophocles
Supplicant/Guard/Servant
Box1/F8
The Greek Play Society, produced by Robert Atkins. New Scala Theatre, Charlotte Street, London. Playbill dated Sunday, January 10, 1926
Yes
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RMLO_20PlaybillPlay1926The CenciPercy Bysshe ShellyOrsinio's ServantBox1/F9
Sybil Thorndike's season at the Empire Theatre, Leicester Square. By arrangement with Alfred Butt. Produced by Lewis Casson under direction of Bronson Albery and Lewis Casson. March 1926. Four performances.
Yes
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RMLO_21Newspaper ClippingPlay1926The CenciPercy Bysshe ShellyOrsinio's ServantBox1/F9Reviews from unnamed newspapersNo
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RMLO_22Newspaper ClippingPlay1926The CenciPercy Bysshe ShellyOrsinio's ServantBox1/F9Reviews from unnamed newspapersNo
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RMLO_23PlaybillPlay1926
The Marvellous History of St Bernard
Henri GheonMinstrelBox1/F10
Barry Jackson of the Birmingham Rep. Handbill for play by Henri Gheon. Includes two inserts. Dated April 7, 1926. Kingsway Theatre, London
Yes
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RMLO_24PlaybillPlay1926
The Marvellous History of St Bernard
Henri GheonMinstrelBox1/F10
Barry Jackson of the Birmingham Rep. Kingsway Theatre, London. Magazine Programme playbill dated April 7, 1926.
No
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RMLO_25Newspaper ClippingPlay1926
The Marvellous History of St Bernard
Henri GheonMinstrelBox1/F10Four vintage newspaper clippings and reviewsNo
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RMLO_26PlaybillPlay1926
Birthday Celebration, scene from The Merchant of Venice
ShakespeareGentlemanBox1/F11Playbill dated friday, April 23, 1926. British Empire Shakespware Society, Haymarket Theatre.Yes
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RMLO_27OtherPlayMay 3, 1926The SongLucio de CostanzaBox1/F11Xerox copy of page from Plays of the Year. Play presented in aid of the Cross Roads Club.No
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RMLO_28PlaybillPlay1926The Farmer's WifeEden PhilpottsRichard CoakerBox1/F12Torquay PavillionYes
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RMLO_29PhotographPlayUnknown1926The Farmer's WifeEden PhilpottsRichard CoakerBox1/F12Photograph of Laurence Olivier and Freda Clark in The Farmer's Wife. Play by Eden Phillpotts.Yes
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RMLO_30PlaybillPlay1938Box1/F13Birmingham Rep. 25th anniversary commemorative programme. Olivier mentioned in Index.Yes
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RMLO_31PlaybillPlay1934Box1/F13Birmingham Rep. 21st anniversary commemorative programme. Olivier mentioned in Index.Yes
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RMLO_32PlaybillPlay1927The Pleasure GardenBeatrice MayorA Young ManBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. programme for The Pleasure Garden by Beatrice Mayor. Dated Sunday, April 30, 1927.Yes
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RMLO_33PlaybillPlay1927The Third FingerRR WhittakerTom HardcastleBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. programme for The Third Finger by R.R. Whittaker. Dated Saturday, February 12, 1927.Yes
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RMLO_34PlaybillPlay1927The Mannoch FamilyMurray McClymontPeter MannochBox1/F13
Birmingham Rep. programme for The Mannoch Family by Murray McClymont. Dated Saturday, February 26, 1927.
Yes
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RMLO_35PlaybillPlay1927The ComedianHenri GheonHerald/Guard/LictorBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. programme for The Comedian by Henri Gheon. Dated Saturday, March 19, 1927.Yes
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RMLO_36PlaybillPlay1927Uncle VanyaAnton ChekhovVanyaBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. programme for Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov. Dated Saturday, April 2, 1927.Yes
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RMLO_37PhotographPlayMcBean, Angus1927Uncle VanyaAnton ChekhovVanyaBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Image of LO in character. 'David Fairweather' written in blue ink on versoYes
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RMLO_38Newspaper ClippingPlay1927Uncle VanyaAnton ChekhovVanyaBox1/F132 newspaper clipping reviews from 1927No
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RMLO_39PlaybillPlay1927All's Well that Ends WellShakespeareParollesBox1/F13Brimingham Rep. playbill dated Saturday, April 16, 1927Yes
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RMLO_40PhotographPlayUnknown1927All's Well that Ends WellShakespeareParollesBox1/F13Photograph of a scene from the play. LO second from left. Decor designed by Paul Shelving. Yes
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RMLO_41PhotographPlay
Dawson, George
1927All's Well that Ends WellShakespeareParollesBox1/F13
Photograph of a scene from the play. LO third from left, steaded on floor. Decor designed by Paul Shelving. Photographer's stamp on verso.
Yes
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RMLO_42PlaybillPlay1927She Stoops to ConquerOliver GoldsmithTony LumpkinBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated Saturday, May 14, 1927Yes
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RMLO_43PhotographPlayMcbean, Angus1927She Stoops to ConquerOliver GoldsmithTony LumpkinBox1/F13Portrait photograph of LO in character. Photographer's stamp on verso. Reproduced in 'Great Acting'.Yes
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RMLO_44PlaybillPlay1927Quality StreetJM BarrieEnsign BladesBox1/F13Brirmingham Rep. Playbill dated Saturday, June 4, 1927Yes
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RMLO_45PlaybillPlay1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated September 3, 1927. Also featuring Peggy AshcroftYes
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RMLO_46PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13
Photo dated September 1927, showing cast of Bird in Hand outside the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. LO second from right. Playwright John Drinkwater on far left.
Yes
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RMLO_47PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13
Photo dated August 1927, showing cast of Bird in Hand outside the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. LO second from right, back row. Playwright John Drinkwater on far left.
Yes
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RMLO_48PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13
Photo dated August 1927, showing cast of Bird in Hand outside the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. LO third from right. Playwright John Drinkwater on far left.
Yes
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RMLO_49PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13L-R: Percy Rhodes, Carrie Baillie, Peggy Ashcroft, LO outside Brimingham RepYes
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RMLO_50PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Modern copy print of RMLO46No
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RMLO_51PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Modern copy print of RMLO46No
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RMLO_52PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Modern copy print of RMLO49No
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RMLO_53PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Modern copy print of RMLO49No
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RMLO_54PhotographPlay
General Picture News, Birmingham
1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13
R-L: Laurence Olivier, Peggy Ashcroft, Carrie Baillie, Percy Rhodes, Ivor Barnard, Frank Randell, Charles Maunsell, Robert Lang
Yes
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RMLO_55PhotographPlayUnknown1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13
Photo dated September 3, 1927. Percy Rhodes, Laurence Olivier, Peggy Ashcroft, Carrie Rhodes on stage at the Birmingham Rep.
Yes
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RMLO_56Newspaper ClippingPlay1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Two newspaper clipping review for Bird in Hand. Publications unknown.No
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RMLO_57Newspaper ClippingPlay1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Two newspaper clipping review for Bird in Hand. One from the Birminham News dated September 10, 1927.No
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RMLO_58Newspaper ClippingPlay1927Bird in HandJohn DrinkwaterGerald ArnwoodBox1/F13Two newspaper clipping review for Bird in Hand. Publications unknown.No
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RMLO_59PlaybillPlay1927Advertising April
Herbert Farjeon and Horace Hornsell
Mervyn JonesBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated Saturday, September 24, 1927Yes
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RMLO_60PlaybillPlay1927The Silver BoxJohn GalsworthyJack BarthwickBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated Saturday, October 8, 1927Yes
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RMLO_61PlaybillPlay1927
Aren't Women Wonderful!
Harris DeansBen HawleyBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated Saturday, November 5, 1927Yes
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RMLO_62PhotographPlayMcBean, Angus1927
Aren't Women Wonderful!
Harris DeansBen HawleyBox1/F13Photograph by Angus McBean. Photographer's stamp on versoYes
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RMLO_63PhotographPlayUnknown1927
Aren't Women Wonderful!
Harris DeansBen HawleyBox1/F13Modern copy print of scene from the play. L-R: LO, Dorothy Turner, Charles Maunsell, Margaret ChatwinYes
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RMLO_64PlaybillPlay1927The Road to RuinT. HolcroftMr. MilfordBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated Saturday, December 3, 1927Yes
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RMLO_65PlaybillPlay1927The Adding MachineElmer L. RiceYoung ManBox1/F13Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated Saturday, October 22, 1927Yes
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RMLO_66PlaybillPlay1928The Adding MachineElmer L. RiceYoung ManBox1/F14Birmingham Rep. at the Royal Court, London. January 1928.Yes
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RMLO_67PlaybillPlay1928The Adding MachineElmer L. RiceYoung ManBox1/F14Birmingham Rep. at the Royal Court, London. January 1928.Yes
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RMLO_68Newspaper ClippingPlay1928The Adding MachineElmer L. RiceYoung ManBox1/F14Newspaper clipping reviews for The Adding Machine at the Royal CourtNo
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RMLO_69Newspaper ClippingPlay1928The Adding MachineElmer L. RiceYoung ManBox1/F14Newspaper clipping reviews for The Adding Machine at the Royal CourtNo
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RMLO_70Newspaper ClippingPlay1928The Adding MachineElmer L. RiceYoung ManBox1/F14Theatre World review for The Adding Machine at the Royal CourtNo
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RMLO_71Newspaper ClippingPlay1928The Adding MachineElmer L. RiceYoung ManBox1/F14Morning Post review for The Adding Machine at the Royal CourtNo
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RMLO_72PlaybillPlay1927
Something to Talk About
Eden PhilpottsThe Hon. Guy SydneyBox1/F14Birmingham Rep. Playbill dated January 31, 1927Yes
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RMLO_73PlaybillPlay1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. First performance, Monday February 6, 1928.Yes
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RMLO_74PlaybillPlay1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1
Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. First performance, Monday February 6, 1928. Two leaflets inside.
Yes
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RMLO_75PhotographPlayunknown1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1
Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. L-R: Mary Merrall (Lady Macbeth), Eric Matwin (Macbeth), Ivan Brandt (Donalbain), LO (Malcolm)
Yes
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RMLO_76PhotographPlayunknown1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. Yes
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RMLO_77Newspaper ClippingPlay1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_78Newspaper ClippingPlay1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_79Newspaper ClippingPlay1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_80Newspaper ClippingPlay1928MacbethShakespeareMalcolmBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_81PlaybillPlay1928Back to Methuselah!George Bernard ShawMartellusBox2/F1Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. Programme dated March 28. 1928.Yes
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RMLO_82Newspaper ClippingPlay1928Back to Methuselah!George Bernard ShawMartellusBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_83Newspaper ClippingPlay1928Back to Methuselah!George Bernard ShawMartellusBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_84Newspaper ClippingPlay1928Back to Methuselah!George Bernard ShawMartellusBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_85Newspaper ClippingPlay1928Back to Methuselah!George Bernard ShawMartellusBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_86PlaybillPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. First performance Monday, April 2, 1928.Yes
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RMLO_87PlaybillPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. First performance Monday, April 2, 1928.No
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RMLO_88Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_89Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_90Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_91Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_92Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_93Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_94Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_95PlaybillPlay1928
Prize Giving at the Woodside School House
Austin Melford and Clifford Mollison
McTavish VI (prize winning boy)
Box2/F1
Green Room Rag Society charity variety show. Queen's Theatre, London, Sunday evening, February 17, 1929.
Yes
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RMLO_96PlaybillPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court, London. First performance Monday, April 2, 1928.No
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RMLO_97Newspaper ClippingPlay1928HaroldAlfred, Lord TennysonHaroldBox2/F1Newspaper reviewsNo
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RMLO_98Newspaper ClippingPlay1928
The Taming of the Shrew
ShakespeareA LordBox2/F1Newspaper clippings. Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court. Modern dress.No
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RMLO_99Newspaper ClippingPlay1928
The Taming of the Shrew
ShakespeareA LordBox2/F1Newspaper clippings. Birmingham Rep at the Royal Court. Modern dress.No
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