Sunrise at Campobello: A Play in Three Acts
THE STORY: Atkinson in the New York Times, describes The play covers thirty-four months when F.D.R.'s crisis was a private one--from the day in August, 1921, when he was stricken by infantile paralysis at his summer home at Campobello, in Canada, t
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Al Smith Anna Babs bathing suit Bennet black shoes blue boat braces Bridge Table Brimmer brown shoes Campobello chaise cigarette couch Crosses D.R. Crosses to D.R. Crosses to desk Crosses to FDR Crosses to stairs crutches cuff links D.R. door D.R. table DALY DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE Eastport Eleanor crosses Elliott ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT exits U.L.c. exits U.R. father FDR crosses FDR's Frank Franklin Jr french cuffs going Governor Granny grey hands Hello ISBN James Roosevelt Jimmy Johnny LASSITER legs LeHand letter look Louie Madison Square Garden mama mantel Marie Missy enters D.R. MISSY LeHAND Mother nomination Offstage ottoman picks previous scene PROPERTY PLOT Act puts Rises SARA Shel Silverstein sits D.L. SMITH socks speech stretcher suit with vest sweater Table D.c. talk Thank there's umbrella stand upstairs Utility Table Vincent Dowling wheel chair white shirt white sneakers window seat York