American entertainment: a unique history of popular show business

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Watson-Guptill Publications, Sep 1, 1978 - Performing Arts - 448 pages
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A history of popular show business in America, told through essays, chronologies, articles, advertisements, and photographs.

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BACKGROUND AND PART TWO 18941904
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were Shakespearean productions wagon shows
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somed Thomas Alva Edison invented the phonograph Changes in Minstrelsy
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