1855. Boston Theater Broadside, dated February 10, 1855, for Benefit of Mr. Hackett, advertising the "Most Positively Last Operatic Performance, in Boston, of Madame Grisi and Signor Mario. Measures 14 x 46 cm. Feature classic nineteenth-century typography, thin paper. "ston Theatre" at head has been repaired/replaced. A remarkably clean copy; In frame 29 x 61 cm. PC consignment.
San Francisco: Morton L. Cook Co., 1905. Octavo; G+; Paperback; Spine, staple binding; Cover is tan with black and red print, mild peripheral tanning; Text block clean and tight; “Grand Opera House, Nine Evenings and Three Matinees, Commencing Thursday Evening, April 6, 1905, Concluding Saturday Evening, April 15, 1905”— cover; Includes programs for Wagner’s Parsifal, starring Lillian Nordica and Alois Burgstaller, and for a double bill of Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana, starring Maria de Macchi and Mr. Bars / Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, starring Bella Alten and Enrico Caruso; unpaged, illustrated. PC Consignment.