Theatrical entertainments in rural Missouri before the Civil War.

  • 141 Pages
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  • English
University of Missouri Press , Columbia
Theater -- Missouri -- His



SeriesUniversity of Missouri studies,, v. 32, University of Missouri studies (1926) ;, v. 32.
LC ClassificationsPN2275.M8 B6
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 141 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5776891M
LC Control Number59015636

Based on the author's thesis, A study of theatrical entertainments in rural Missouri before the Civil War, issued in microfilm form in Description: xiii, pages illustrations 24 cm. Theatrical Entertainments in Rural Missouri Before the Civil War: University of Missouri Studies, V32 [Elbert R.

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