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Friday, July 10, 2009

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Kathy from Savannah, Ga.

Thanks, Pat for the sewing table contest! It was fun to see how we all work!

Sarah Vee

congrats Betty! It was fun to see how many of us make a mess into a masterpiece! And to check out sewing space in use and not all prettied up! Thanks Pat! Thanks everyone for sharing.

Betty KY

LOL Pat That's my machine cover and I get lots of compliments, you can also see how worn my mat is

Pat Sloan

Gregg appreciates it!! He has done hours of very detailed research.. and we've gotten some great leads today!

if anyone knows of a theater history 'group' let us know...

If you research Lily & the Prince I think you'll find 2 versions of it produced (if I remember that part right).

Linda  in PA

I love a good mystery too. We have lots of stuff like that from my Grandfather, at least what Grandma or my Mother didn't throw out. It seems there was a Lyceum in Pittsburg, but I lost the trail. Here's two links for you

http://calendar.triblive.com/pittsburgh-pa/venues/show/185355-oreilly-theater

http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/fineart/ifa/NALSS/VList_3.html#backtoa

On the second scroll down to Lyceum. Maybe there's a way to find out what that photo is. Please keep us informed of what you find.


Carla

I'm going to guess Albany NY. There is mention of her and the theater here:
http://tinyurl.com/kjacxk

Sue Cryderman

http://www.shubertorganization.com/theatres/lyceum.asp

I am not sure if this is what you are looking for, but it sounds like it!

Pam

I think the play was called The Lily & the Prince and was produced in the late 20s (maybe 1928-29)

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