Chautauqua Association Incorporated :Chautauqua. Fourth annual season, Wanganui February 7th to 10th [1922. Programme cover].
Reference Number: Eph-A-VARIETY-1922-01-cover
Shows the entrance to a theatre where Chautauqua is playing. An inset shows a group photograph of the Arcadian Quartette, one of the music groups playing at the show.
1 image, categorised under Ephemera, Programmes and Photolithographs, related to Chautauqua Association Incorporated, Arcadian Quartette, Wanganui, Choral music - New Zealand - Manawatu-Wanganui Region and Concerts - New Zealand - Manawatu-Wanganui Region.
Chautauqua Association Incorporated :Chautauqua. Fourth annual season, Wanganui February 7th to 10th [1922. Programme cover]., Reference Number Eph-A-VARIETY-1922-01-cover (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) (sepia)Photolithograph, 224 x 92 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Historical Notes: Main personnel concerned with Chautauqua were: Colonel John Leader (England), Harold R Peat (Canada), Dr F L Loveland (New York), and Mr J C Herbsman (America). Music groups playing in New ZEaland were: The Fine Arts Trio (America), McKenzie Concert Company (Australia and New York), the Winifred Windus Trio (Auckland and America), and the Arcadian Quartette (Australia).
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