Item #4690 Scenes from Alice in Wonderland. Women’s Union.

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Scenes from Alice in Wonderland.

Boston, [ca. 1910]. Broadside, 277 x 127 mm. 1 p.

This production of Alice in Wonderland, which ran from 6–7 May was presented by the employees’ Association of the Women’s Educational and Industrial Union, for the Benefit of the Union Vacation House. Tickets—ranging from 25 cts. to $1.00—were sold at the Women’s Union on Boylston Street. The Program reads as follows:

Act I. Scene 1. Down the Rabbit-hole. Scene 2. Advice from a Caterpillar. Act II. Pig and Pepper. Act III. A Mad Tea Party. Act IV. Scene 1. Round and About the Queen’s Croquet Ground. Scene 2. The Mock Turtle’s Story. Act V. The Trial of the Knave of Hearts. Who Stole the Tarts?

A scarce survival of a community production of Alice.

CONDITION: Several tiny tears reinforced with taped at verso, chips to margins of the text, one small tear at middle of the document, old folds.

Item #4690


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