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  • Actor and servant, a Dutch farce, in one act - By F. L. Cutler - Clyde, Ohio: A.D. Ames, Publisher, 1884 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.132)
  • Advice gratis, a farce, in one-act - By Charles Dance - New York: Happy Hours Co., n.d. (The Acting drama, no.20)
  • Afflicted family, or A doctor without a diploma. A farce comedy, in four acts - By Malcolm Stewart Taylor - Clyde, Ohio: A.D. Ames Publisher, 1883 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.124)
  • Album of life with father - Made into a play by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse.
  • All that fall - By Samuel Beckett - New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1957
  • Always intended, A comedy, in one act - By Horace Wigan - Boston: Geo. M. Baker and Co, n.d.
  • Anything for a change, A petite comedy, in one act - By Shirley Brooks - New York: Robert M. De Witt, Publisher, 1848 (De Witt's acting plays, no.114)
  • Around the world in 80 day almanac (Michael Todd's) - Edited by Art Cohn - New York: Random House, 1956.
  • An Awkward arrival, A comedy, in two acts - By J. Stirling Coyne - New York: Samuel French, n.d. (The minor drama, the acting edition, no.94)
  • Ayer's American Almanac 1876, Lowell, Mass: Dr. J. C. Ayer and Co.,
  • The Balance of Comfort, A petite comedy, in one act - By Bayle Bernard - London: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 1854 (Lacy's Acting Edition)
  • Bamboozling, A farce, in one act - By Thomas Egerton Wilks - New York: Samuel French, 1812 (The minor drama, no.22)
  • The Story of the Making of Ben-Hur, A tale of the Christ from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer By General Lew Wallace - New York: Random House, Inc., 1959
  • The Best Cure, A farce - By C.P. Ingraham - Clyde, Ohio: Ames' Publishing Co., 1888 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.253)
  • Binks the Bagman, A farce, in one act - By J. Sterling Coyne, Esq. - London: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 1866 (Lacy's acting edition)
  • The Bishop Misbehaves, A comedy in three acts - By Frederick Jackson - New York: Samuel French Inc., 1935
  • De Black Magician, The wonderful beaver, an Ethiopian comicality, in one scene - By Henry L. Williams, Jr. - New York: Robert M. DeWitt, Publisher, 1876 (DeWitt's Ethiopian and comic drama)
  • Black vs. White, or The nigger and the Yankee, an original farce in one act - By Geo S. Vautrot-Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1880 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.86)
  • Blue and Cherry, or Appearances Are Deceitful, a comedy in one act - By Oliver S. Leland - Boston: Charles H. Spencer, agent, 1871 (Spencer's universal stage, no.59)
  • Brac; The Poor House Girl, a drama in three acts - By C. L. Piper - Clyde, Ohio: Ames' Publishing Co., 1887 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama)
  • Bread on the Waters, A drama in two acts - By George M. Baker - Boston: George M. Baker and Co., 1876 (The amateur drama)
  • A Capital Match, A farce in one act - By John Madison Morton - Clyde, Ohio: Ames and Holgate, 1852 (Ames and Holgates' series of standard and minor drama, no.12)
  • Captured, or The Old Maid's Triumph, A comedy in four acts - WM. L. Beck, Esq. - Clyde, Ohio: Ames' Publishing Co., 1888 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.248)
  • Caste, An original comedy in three acts - By T. W. Robertson - Chicago: T. S. Denison, n.d. (The star drama)
  • Cheek Will Turn, A farce, in one act - By William E. Suter - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.84)
  • Cool as a Cucumber, A farce, in one act - By W. Blanchard Jerrold, Esq. - New York: Samuel French, n.d. (French's minor drama, no.241)
  • Cupid's Capers, A farce-comedy, in three acts - By Bert Richards - Clyde, Ohio: Ames' Publishing Co., 1887 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.225)
  • Daddy Gray, A serio-comic drama, in three acts - By Andrew Halliday - New York: Robert M. DeWitt, 1868 (DeWitt's acting plays, no.20)
  • The Daughters of the Stars, A drama, in two acts - By Shirley Brooks - New York: Roorbach and Co., n.d. (The acting drama, no.175)
  • Did You Ever Send Your Wife To Camberwell?, An original farce, in one act - By J. Stirling Coyne - New York: Samuel French and Son, 1846 (French's minor drama, no.312)
  • Doing For the Best, A domestic drama, in two acts - By M. Rophino Lacy - New York: Robert M. DeWitt, 1867 (DeWitt's acting plays, no.71)
  • Doing My Uncle, An original farce, in one act - By Rophino Lacy, Esq. - London: Thomas Hailes Lacy, 1866 (Lacy' acting edition)
  • A Double Election, A farce in one act - By E. C. Whalen - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1887 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.249)
  • The Dutch Recruit, or The Blue and Gray, An original allegorical drama of the Civil War of 1861-66, in five acts - By J. T. Vegiard - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1879 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.242)
  • Enlisted for the War, or The Home-Guard, A drama in three acts - By George M. Baker - Boston: Walter H. Baker and Co., 1874 (The amateur drama)
  • The False Friend, A drama, in two acts - By Geo. S. A. Vautrot - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1879 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.67)
  • Forever After - By Owen Davis - New York: Samuel French, 1918 (French's standard library edition)
  • Friars Testimonial Dinner, In honor of Garry Moore, Hotel Astor, Sunday April 23, 1961 New York: Versatile Printers, Inc.
  • From an Abandoned Work - By Samuel Beckett - London: Faber and Faber, 1958.
  • Gaff, Fleischmana and Co.'s Vienna Model Bakery - n.p., n.d.
  • Gertie's Vindication, A drama, in two acts - By G. H. Pierce - Clyde, Ohio: Ames'
  • Publishing Co., 1888 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.255)
  • Get Away Old Man, A play in two acts - By William Saroyan - New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1944
  • Give Me My Wife, A farce, in one act - By William E. Suter - Clyde, Ohio: Ames and Holgate, 1859 (Ames and Holgates' series of standard and minor drama, no.13)
  • The Good Shepherd Home Cook Book of "Tried and Tested" Recipes, Allentown, PA: The Good Shepherd Home, n.d.
  • Hamlet, A tragedy in five acts - By William Shakspeare - New York: F. Rullman, 1894
  • Hans, the Dutch J. P., A Dutch farce in one act - By F. L. Cutler - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1878 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.66)
  • "Hello Bill", A farcical comedy in three acts - By Willis Maxwell Goodhue - New York: Samuel French, 1926
  • Here Today, A comedy in three acts - By George Oppenheimer - New York: Samuel French, 1940 (French's standard library edition)
  • The Heroic Dutchman of '76, A comedy in five acts - By V. B. Grinnell - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1880 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.207)
  • His last Legs, A farce in two acts - By William Bayle Bernard - New York: Samuel French, n.d. (The minor drama, no.6)
  • How He Did It! , A comic drama in one act - By John Perry, Esq. - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama)
  • Hughie, A new one act play - By Eugene O'Neill - New Haven: Yale University Press, 1959
  • Hunting the Slippers; or, Painless Dentistry, A farce in one scene - By Martin Becher - New York: Robert M. DeWitt, 1875 (DeWitt's acting plays, no.190)
  • A Husband to Order, A serio-comic drama, in two acts - By John M. Morton, Esq. - Boston: Geo M. Baker & Co., n.d. (Universal stage, no.69)
  • If Shakespeare Lived To-day - By Lord Dunsany - New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, n.d.
  • In the Wrong Clothes, A farce in one act - By James Burton - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.95)
  • In the Wrong House; or, No.6 Duke Street, A farce, in one act - By Martin Becher - New York: Robert M. DeWitt, n.d. (DeWitt's acting plays, no.159)
  • Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts, Grand Opening - Text By Ann Holmes - Ruder and Finn, Inc., n.d.
  • Joe's Visit, An Ethiopian farce, in one scene - By A. J. Leavitt & H. W. Eagen - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.77)
  • John Smith, A farce in one act - By W. Hancock, Esq. - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama)
  • Jumbo-Jum, An original farce, in one act - By J. B. Wriht - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama)
  • Katty Neal, A comedy of child-life in three acts, for young performers - By Charles Barnard - New York: Harold Roorbach, 1883 (The acting drama, no.190)
  • Khartoum, n.a., New York: Alsid Distributors, Inc., n.d.
  • Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac, (Improved) 1876 - By Wm. B. Leavitt - Concord, NH: Edison E. Eastman, 1876 (no.80)
  • Letty, An original drama in four acts and an epilouge - By Arthur W. Pinero - Boston: Walter H. Baker and Co., 1904.
  • Literature for Little Folks - By Elizabeth Lloyd - Philadelphia: Sower, Potts & Co., 1876.
  • London's Theatreland - By J C Trewin - London: Perfecta Publications Ltd., 1971.
  • Lost! ; or, The Fruits of the Glass, A temperance drama, in three acts - By F. L. Cutler - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1882 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama)
  • Lost in London, A drama in three acts - n.a. - Chicago: T. S. Denison, n.d. (The star drama) Clinton T. DeWit!, n.d. (DeWit!'s acting plays, no.250)
  • Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lecture, An apropos bagatelle, in one act -By Edward Stirling, Esq. - New York: Samuel French, n.d. (The minor drama, no.163)
  • My Wife's Relations, A comedietta, in one act -By Walter Gordon, Esq. -Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. B.
  • Natural Affection -By William Inge -New York: Random House, 1963.
  • Neighbours, A new comedy, in two acts -By John Oxenford, Esq. -New York: Samuel French, 1866 (French's acting edition)
  • New Years in New York, or, The German Baron, An original comedy, in two acts -By W. H. Spangler, Ir. -Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1883 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.149)
  • The New York Stage Famous Productions in Photographs -Edited by Stanley Appelbam - New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1976
  • NO!!, or, the Glorious Minority, An operetta, in one act, New York: Samuel French, n.d. (The minor drama, no.116)
  • Old Honesty, A comic drama, in two acts -By I. M. Morton -Boston: Geo M. Baker & Co., n.d. (Spencer's universal stage, no.7)
  • One Coat for Two Suits, An entirely original comic drama, in two acts -By Charles M. Walcot - New York: Samuel French& Son, 1857 (The minor drama, no.113)
  • Only a Clod, A comic drama in one act -By I. P. Simpson- Boston: George M. Baker & Co., n.d. (Spencer's universal stage, no.41)
  • Our Boys, An original modem comedy -By Hemy I. Byron- Chicago: Dramatic Publishing Co., n.d. (The world acting drama)
  • Our Town, A play in three acts-ByThomtonWilder-NewYork: CowardMcCann, Inc., 1938
  • Out in the Streets, A temperance drama in two acts -By S. N. Cook- Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.53)
  • Out on the World, A drama, in three acts, Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1880 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.83)
  • The People's Lawyer, A comedy in two acts -By I. S. Jones, Esq. -New York: Samuel French & Son, n.d. (French's standard drama, no.248)
  • Poacher's Doom, or the Murder of the Five Field's Copse, A domestic drama, in three acts -By George Dibdin Pit! -Oyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.18)
  • Public Ledger 1876 Almanac, Philadelphia: Geo W. Childs
  • The Pull Back, -By T. S. Denison- Chicago: T. S. Denison, 1878 (Amateur series)
  • Rescued, An original temperance drama, in two acts -By Clayton H. Gilbert -Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.51) (2 c.)
  • The Reward of Crime, or The Love of Gold, A drama of Vermont in two acts -By W. Henri Wilkins- Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1880 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama)
  • Rock Allen, the Orphan, or Lost and Found, A comedy drama, in two acts -By Henri WiIkins -Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1871 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.45)(2 c.)
  • A Romantic Attachment, A comedietta in one act -By Arthur Wood -Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.21)
  • Romeo and Juliet, -Published with the authorization of Charles Frohman -New York: R. H. Russell, 1899 (Maude Adams acting edition)
  • Roorbach's Descriptive Catalogue of Acting Plays, Guide Books, and Amateur Theatrical Goods, New York: Harold Roorbach, n.d.
  • Rose, or, The Mystery of the Deserted House, A new society play, in four acts -By Celia Logan - Philadelphia: Ledger lob Printing Office, 1874
  • Rose and Thorns; or Two Houses Under One Roof: A comedy, in three acts -By Joseph Lunn, Esq. -London: Samuel French, n.d. (Cumberland's British tIleatre)
  • Sally and Company, A comedy in three acts -By Kenyon Nicholson -New York: Samuel French, 1925 (French' s standard library edition)
  • Samson, A play in five acts -By Ippolito D ' aste -New York: George F. Nesbitt & Co., 1873
  • Sanders' Union Reader. Number Two, For primary schools and families -By Charles W. Sanders, A. M. -New York: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., 1876 (Sanders' union series)
  • Select Catalogue of Useful Books, Clyde, Ohio: Ames Publishing Co.
  • The Shaughraun, An original drama, in three acts -By Dion Boucicault -New York: Samuel French, 1834 (French's acting edition)
  • A Souvenir of Robert B. Mantell in Shakespearean Production -Under tIle management of Wm. A. Brady -New York: The Metropolitan Printing Co., n.d.
  • Stubs, The Seating Plan Guide, New York: Meyer Schattner, 1969 (26th Anniversary Edition)
  • Summer and Smoke -By Tennessee Williams -New York: Tennessee Williams, 1948
  • Sweethearts and Wives, A comedy in three acts -By James Kenney -New York: Samuel French, n.d. (French's standard drama, no.78)
  • The Tale of Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific -Edited and produced by Thana Skouras-NewYork: A LehmannBook, 1958
  • Teddy Roe, A farce in one act -By Edward Sterling, Esq. -New York: Samuel French, n.d. (French's minor drama, no.194)
  • That Awful Carpet-Bag, An original farce, in three scenes -By Ad H. Gibson - Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1888 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no252)
  • This Was Show Business -Edited by Ira Peck -U.S.A.: Literary Enterprises, 1956
  • Thy Will Be Done, A drama -By Gallarati-Scotti -New York: Brentano's, 1923 ( The Eleonora Dose series ofplays, v.l)
  • Time Tries All, An original drama, in two acts -By John Courtney, Esq. -New York: Samuel French & Son, n.d. (French's standard drama, no.288)
  • Timothy to the Rescue, An original farce, in one act -By Henry I. Byron, Esq. - New York: Samuel French, n.d. (French' s acting edition)
  • To Oblige Benson, A comedietta, in one act -By Tom Taylor -New York: Samuel French n.d. (French's minor drama, no.86)
  • Too Much of a Good Thing, A comedietta -By T. S. Denison- Chicago: T. S. Denison, 1880 (Amateur series)
  • Tricks, An Ethiopian sketch -By I. C. Stewart -Chicago: T. S. Denison, n.d.
  • The Turn of the Tide, or Wrecked in Port, A nautical and temperance drama, in three acts -By W. Henri Wilkins -Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, 1880 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.102)
  • Valuable Recipes for Cooking Duryeas' Improved Corn Starch, New York: Glen Clove Starch Manufacturing Co., 1876
  • Vermont Wool Dealer, A farce, in one act: New York: Happy Hours Co., n.d. (The acting drama, no.59)
  • Visitors' Guide to the Centennial Exhibitions and Philadelphia -AutIlorized by the Centennial Board of Finance -Philadelphia: I. B. Lippincott, 1876
  • Walt Disney's Guide to Disneyland, Walt Disney Production, 1963
  • Wide Enough for Two, A farce -By T. S. Denison- Chicago: T. S. Denison, 1883 (The amateur series)
  • A Wife Without a Smile, A comedy in disguise, in three acts -By Arthur W. Pinero - Boston: Walter H. Baker & Co., 1905
  • Won At Last, An original comedy-drama, in three acts -By Wybert Reeve -Clyde, Ohio:I A. D. Ames, n.d. (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.41)
  • Wrecked, A temperance play, in two acts -ByA. D. Ames -Clyde, Ohio: A. D. Ames, I1877 (Ames' series of standard and minor drama, no.59)

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