by Royal Tyler, with an introduction by Thomas J. McKee.
|Main Author:||Tyler, Royall, 1757-1826.|
|Related Names:||McKee, Thomas Jefferson 1840-1899.|
New York, The Dunlap society, 1887.
"The first American play ever performed by a company of professional actors."--Introd.
Prefixed: "The Dunlap society" (prospectus, 7 p.)
Reprint of original edition including t.-p.: "The contrast, a comedy; in five acts: written by a citizen of the United States; performed with applause at the theatres in New York, Philadelphia, and Maryland; and published (under an assignment of the copy-right) by Thomas Wignell ... Philadelphia, Pritchard & Hall, 1790."
"One of an edition of one hundred and seventy-five copies printed from type for the Dunlap society in the month of December, 1886."
1 p. ℓ., xxxix, 107 p.
illus., 2 pl. (incl. music)
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