Opera House, Wellington : Allan Hamilton's Dramatic Company, in the world-famed drama, "Queen of the Night", by F. Thorpe Tracey & Ivan Berlin. Friday, May 28th, 1909.
Reference Number: Eph-E-DRAMA-1909-01
Shows arrangement of text over various dramatic scenes from the story, showing the moon and stars, an elegantly dressed woman,, a ball, a train, a blind man, a sea rescue, and bats flying.
1 image, categorised under Posters, Ephemera, Conjectural works, Lithographs and Advertising, related to Allan Hamilton, Wellington Opera House (1888-1914), Troedel & Company, Wellington City, Moon, Theatres - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Railways - Trains, Balls (Parties), Shipwrecks, Drama and Bats.
Opera House, Wellington : Allan Hamilton's Dramatic Company, in the world-famed drama, "Queen of the Night", by F. Thorpe Tracey & Ivan Berlin. Friday, May 28th, 1909., Reference Number Eph-E-DRAMA-1909-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s)Lithograph, coloured, 1012 x 377 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Historical Notes: The company opened in Wellington on 28 May 1909 with the production "In the ranks". They did not stage "Queen of the night" until 5 June 1909.
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copy where possible.
Other copies available: File print and colour transparency in Ephemera Room.
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - beneath image: Troedel & Co., Lithograph, Melbourne.
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