Publications of the Dunlap Society, Issue 9; Issues 11-12
Contents. --no. 1. Tyler, Royall. The contrast. 1887. --no. 2. Dunlap, William. The father. 1887. --no. 3. Hutton, Laurence. Opening addresses written for and delivered at the first performances in many Aerican theaters. 1887. --no. 4. Dunlap, William. André. 1887. --no. 6. Dunlap society, New York. Biennial reports of the treasurer and secretary of the Dunlap society. 1888. --no. 7-8. Winter, William. Brief chronicles. 1889-90. --no. 9. Barrett. Lawrence. Charlotte, a lecture. 1889. --no. 12. Hutton, Laurence. Occasional addresses. ... 1890. --no. 13. Winter, William. The actor ... 1891. --no. 14. Keese, W. L. William E. Burton. 1891. --no. 15. urk, J. D. Bunker-Hill. 1891.
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