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A Corner In Women And Other Follies

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsCharles Dana Gibson (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages348
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10522982M
ISBN 10054820781X
ISBN 109780548207819

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Excerpt from A Corner in Women, and Other Follies The American Idea is of recent birth, having John D. Rocke feller for its godfather, and being immersed in crude oil and in the Baptist Church.

It was graduated on San Juan Hill, and received part of its education in Wall Street, part in the Senate Chamber at Washington, part in the Chicago Author: Tom Masson. Get this from a library. A corner in women, and other follies. [Thomas L Masson; Charles Dana Gibson; C Allan Gilbert; Raymond Moreau Crosby; John Cecil Clay; E W Kemble; T K Hanna, Jr.; James Montgomery Flagg; F W Read; Albert D Blashfield; Albert Levering; Clyde J Newman; John Alonzo Williams; A B Walker; H C Wall; C J Budd; Charles H Ebert].

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Steve actually wrote two simultaneous scores — the pastiche evocation of old songs and then the book score. FOLLIES. a musical in one act. Book by James Goldman. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Produced at the Winter Garden, New York, 4 April with Alexis Smith (Phyllis), John McMartin (Ben), Dorothy Collins (Sally) and Gene Nelson (Buddy).

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