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    • Larsen Tractor Museum, Records

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Chase Plow Co.
    • Basin-lister development by Lester Larsen was performed by Lester on fiedlds in Kansas during 1938-1939. Three-quarter view of lister in front of a field which had been "listered" already. At the time of writing this text, the reason that the idea...
    • Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory, Records

    • Agriculture; Farm tractors; Agricultural machinery & implements; Plows; Plowing; Advance-Rumely Thresher Co.
    • "Oil Pull tractor by Advance-Rumely Thresher Co. pulling 4 bottom plow." The Rumely Oil Pull in the center of the image. Other machines are also seen plowing. Lifting and lowering opf the plows was performed by a helper (or helpers) standing on...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Prosperite des Armes de la France, La

    • Ballet de la prosperite des armes de la France (Choreographic work)
    • La Prosperite des Armes de la France as performed at Cardinal Richelieu's new theater in 1641 ; note the figures atop the walls and the chariot in the sky
    • Prosperite des Armes de la France, La

    • Ballet de la prosperite des armes de la France (Choreographic work)
    • Theater built by Cardinal Richelieu in his palace. Shown here during a performance of Le ballet de la prosperite des armes de France ; the ballet was performed on 7 February 1641 ; the owner of the theatre, Cardinal Richelieu (who died 4 December...
    • Prosperite des Armes de la France, La

    • Ballet de la prosperite des armes de la France (Choreographic work)
    • Theatre du Palais-Cardinal in Paris during a performance, engraving known as Le Soir. The work being performed is the ballet La prosperite des armes de France, which was first performed on 7 February 1641. The figures in the armchairs from left to...
    • Prosperite des Armes de la France, La

    • Ballet de la prosperite des armes de la France (Choreographic work)
    • A grisaille by Jean de Saint-Igny depicting the Salle du Palais-Cardinal during a performance of Le ballet de la prosperite des armes de France ; the ballet was performed on 7 February 1641 ; the owner of the theatre, Cardinal Richelieu (who died 4...
    • Liberation of Tyrrhenus

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    • First intermezzo of an evening's entertainment entitled The Liberation of Tyrrhenus, performed in Florence at he Medici court at carnival time ; setting is by Guilio Parigi
    • Domestic Resurrection Circus

    • Domestic Resurrection Circus
    • Domestic Resurrection Circus as performed in Vermont, 1974 ; The Bread and Puppet Theater (often known simply as Bread & Puppet) is a politically radical puppet theater, active since the 1960s, currently based in Glover, Vermont. Its founder and...
    • The Rose Theater

    • DowntownOmaha actor
    • The Rose Theater is in downtown Omaha. The building was built in 1927 as a movie theater. It now belongs to the Omaha Theater Company for Young People. 'The Rose' was a gift from Rose Blumkin, the founder of the Nebraska Furniture Mart. She bought...
    • Orpheum Theater

    • DowntownOmaha ballet music
    • Orpheum Theater- symphony, ballet, concerts, music The Orpheum Theater opened in 1892 as a vaudeville house. That means that variety shows were performed there. The performers sang, danced, and did funny skits. The theater was remodeled, and...

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