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    • Untitled

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    • Untitled, 12"" x 9"", oil on board note: date range is set as 1991 being the late date because that is when the piece was acquired by the collectors Mr. and Mrs. Bible. The painting would have been done sometime before 1991.
    • Slim

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    • Slim, 18"" x 24"", etching, singed by the artist, and numbered 84/150 note: Year Range was set at 1980 because 1980 was when Mr. and Mrs. Bible purchased the piece so it would have been created some time before 1980
    • Ensemble performance

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    • Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750,. Passcaglia in C minor ( arr. Donald Hansberger) ;Joel, Billy, 1949-. And so goes (arr. Bob Chilcott. adapted by Scott Anderson) ;Taylor, James, 1948-. That lonesome road (arr. Simon Carrington. adapted by Scott...
    • Ensemble Performance

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    • Kawai, Kazutaka. Divertimento ;Naigus, James. Three for five ;Kazik, James. Mini overture ;Lennon, John, 1940-1980. Because ;Baldwin, Daniel. Neoteric Suite. Ballade ;Williams, Mason, 1938-. Classical gas ;Rosbarsky, Mike. Glacier lights...
    • Musicals

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    • Goldrich, Zina. Out of love ;Rodgers, Richard. Do I love you because you're beautiful? ;Guettel, Adam. Daybreak ;Flaherty, Stephen. Your daddy's son ;Flaherty, Stephen. Make them hear you ;Gesner, Clark. Kite ;Kern, Jerome. Fine romance ;Smalls,...
    • Adams Canal construction

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    • Shows workmen pouring concrete in inlet floor of drop structure on Adams County Canal. The structure was never used as the canal never carried water because of the Osterman decision's prohibition of transbasin diversions.
    • Construction of Morning Glory spillway

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    • The spillway at Lake McConaughy under construction. The structure is called the 'Morning Glory' spillway because of its resemblance to the flower when seen from above. The spillway is used only to pass high flows when Lake McConaughy is at a high...
    • Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    • Uncle Tom's Cabin as produced by William Brady in 1901 ; Eliza is about to cross the frozen river l the use of horses and dogs had become usual by this time. Note the cut wings used to represent trees. Even though Uncle Tom's Cabin was the...
    • Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    • Uncle Tom's Cabin as produced by William Brady in 1901 ; Eliza is about to cross the frozen river l the use of horses and dogs had become usual by this time. Note the cut wings used to represent trees. Even though Uncle Tom's Cabin was the...
    • Beyond the Horizon

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    • Because the star Richard Bennett took an interest, Beyond the Horizon was Eugene O'Neill's first play to reach Broadway, in 1920. Setting for Act I, scene 1
    • Beyond the Horizon

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    • Because the star Richard Bennett took an interest, Beyond the Horizon was Eugene O'Neill's first play to reach Broadway, in 1920. Mary Jeffrey, Sidney Macy, Erville Alderson, Robert Kelly, and Richard Bennett in a scene around the family dining...
    • Beyond the Horizon

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    • Because the star Richard Bennett took an interest, Beyond the Horizon was Eugene O'Neill's first play to reach Broadway, in 1920. In this scene of family conflict, Mary Jeffery as Mrs. Mayo, tries to restrain her husband, played by Erville...
    • Strange Interlude

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    • O'Neill's Strange Interlude, produced by the Theatre Guild in 1928. Nina Leeds Evans (Lynn Fontanne) has a child by a man other than her husband because of the threat of inherited insanity. Here, she is dismayed at the hatred her son Gordon...
    • Strange Interlude

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    • O'Neill's Strange Interlude, produced by the Theatre Guild in 1928. Left to right are Glenn Anders, Lynn Fontanne, Tom Powers and Earle Larimore. Nina Leeds Evans (Lynn Fontanne) has a child by a man other than her husband because of the threat of...
    • Governor's Lady, The

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    • David Belasco's production of The Governor's Lady, 1912, showing the replica of Child's restaurant ; the play is primarily known as an example of Belasco's theatrical naturalism, because he recreated a Childs Restaurant on stage using materials and...

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