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The business of the theatre / prepared on behalf of the Actors' equity association by Alfred L. Bernheim ; assisted by Sara Harding and the staff of the Labor bureau, inc.

Main Author: Bernheim, Alfred L.
Other Authors: Harding, Alfred, 1892-, Harding, Sara.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Actors' equity association, 1932.
Subjects: Theater > United States
Theater
Note: "Publication of the study in the Equity magazine was begun with the issue of July, 1930, and was continued in the twenty consecutive numbers ending with February, 1932 ... Two hundred impressions of each section were made each month to be corrected and assembled later. This is one of the assembled copies of those sections."
Edited by Alfred Harding.
Physical Description: xii, 217 p. ; 31 cm.
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