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Catafalque of the Emperor Mathias with performance of funeral inside the Church of San Lorenzo, Florence

Frontispiece, 'Queenly St. Ursula' (La Regina Sant'Orsola), from a series of prints for the performance of the St. Ursula tragedy, presented in Florence at the beginning of the 17th century

Outline Drawing: Stage Set Design for a Performance of "Iphigenia". Verso: Two Designs for Palace Interiors.

The Actors IV Iwai Hanshiro and I Bando Mitsugoro as Women Pilgrime in a shosa (Acting and Dancing) Performance

Ichikawa Danjuro V in a Shibaraku Performance from the Play Mutsu no Hana no kata age

Ichikawa Danjūrō V in a Shibaraku Performance

Seeing a Performance

Ichikawa Danjuro V in a Shibaraku Performance

Actors in a Shosa (Combination of Acting and Dancing) Performance

An English Country Performance of Macbeth

Never performed in Boston. On Wednesday evening, Nov. 28 [1798] will be presented a drama in 5 acts, called the Castle Spectre. Written by the author of the celebrated novel, The Monk. Previous to the performance, the band will play a new overtu

Kabuki Performance Featuring Red Indians and Kubuki Actors

The Curious Performance

Mandarin Ducks in a Spring Landscape: Program for a Jururui Performance

U.S. Reports: Anderson v. Longden, 14 U.S. (1 Wheat.) 85 (1816)

Free Performance (downstage)

The little magician's sleight of hand performance. An absquabulating shew, by Von Kinder & Co. But Old Tippecanoe, will soon make it "No go"

Order of performance of the funeral solemnities, in Faneuil Hall, April 20, 1841. on the death of William Henry Harrison, president of the United States.

blank from "The Series of Dramatic Entertainments performed by Royal Command ... at Windsor Castle 1848-9 ... Printed verbatim from the authorised versions. With fac-similes of the bills of performance and a corrected list of the royal personages and the nobility and gentry present on each occasion. Edited by B. Webster"

cover from "The Series of Dramatic Entertainments performed by Royal Command ... at Windsor Castle 1848-9 ... Printed verbatim from the authorised versions. With fac-similes of the bills of performance and a corrected list of the royal personages and the nobility and gentry present on each occasion. Edited by B. Webster"

cover from "The Series of Dramatic Entertainments performed by Royal Command ... at Windsor Castle 1848-9 ... Printed verbatim from the authorised versions. With fac-similes of the bills of performance and a corrected list of the royal personages and the nobility and gentry present on each occasion. Edited by B. Webster"

Exhibition of the Philomathean Society of Danville, Ill. On Thursday evening, May 8th, 1851. Animus Imperatro Corpus.

Odd-Fellow's Hall. Thursday Even'g, June 8. Last night Uncle Tom's Cabin!

The great Beethoven Festival, celebrated at the Music-Hall, Boston [interior, during performance]

Hayatake Torakichi from Osaka: Performance in Ryōgoku

The Orchestra During the Performance of a Tragedy (L'orchestre pendant qu'on joue une tragédie), from Croquis Musicaux, published in Le Charivari, April 5, 1852

Till vännen J P Olson av sann högaktning från Jacques Pulchau. Skådespelare Jacques Pulchau [1830-1891].

[Chinese market day bazaar, with a performance taking place on a stage in the background]

... Increased success and crowded houses nightly attend each performance of the eminent American actor J. E. Murdoch ... masterly impersonation of "Hamlet." ... Philadelphia. United States Steam-Power Job printing establishment, Ledger buildings

James H. Hackett to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, March 14, 1864 (Performance schedule)

Ford's Theatre. Washington, D. C. [Playbills for Friday evening, April 14, 1865 featuring Laura Keene in Our American Cousin.]

Porträtt av skådespelaren Carl Johan Uddman som Calchas i Sköna Helena.

Dashiell's western panarama [sic] and moving mirror of the assassination of President Lincoln.

U.S. Reports: Neale v. Neales, 76 U.S. (9 Wall.) 1 (1869)

[Aerial balloon performance with tents and audience below]

Interior of the Grand Duke's Theater - The audience during the performance of the thrilling spectacle of the march of "The Mulligan Guards" / J. B.

Indian Ocean--A coolie operatic performance at Ceylon--the "Guru" singing the prologue

[Woman seated sidesaddle on a horse attached to an ascending balloon at a public performance before crowd of spectators]

U.S. Reports: Penn. Co. v. St. Louis, Alton, &c., Railroad, 118 U.S. 290 (1886)

U.S. Reports: Delaware County v. Diebold Safe Co., 133 U.S. 473 (1890)

Signorina Maria Spelterina in her high rope performance [over Niagara Falls]

U.S. Reports: Wisconsin Railroad Co. v. Price County, 133 U.S. 496 (1890)

U.S. Reports: Warner v. Texas and Pacific Railway, 164 U.S. 418 (1896)

U.S. Reports: Holder v. Aultman, 169 U.S. 81 (1898)

The Performance Begins Today

During a performance at Hammerstein's Paradise Gardens, New York

[Outdoor dance performance with dancers in classical drapery, possibly in Long Island]

Spanish dancers at the Pan-American Exposition /

U.S. Reports: Hafemann v. Gross, 199 U.S. 342 (1905)

Farewell performance by Robbin' Hood and his merry men / J.S. Pughe.

Those coming in late may remain to the next performance / D'Artois & Cie.

Rinnce na h-Éireann : a simplified work on the performance of the dances of Ireland.

Photograph of Performance

Photograph of Performance

Photograph of Performance

The sale of Manhattan (price not mentioned) - a continuous performance / Kep.

Elk's minstrel performance given by Chicago Lodge No. 4, B.P.O.E.

U.S. Reports: Porto Rico Sugar Co. v. Lorenzo, 222 U.S. 481 (1912)

The seventh thousanth [sic] and eighth hundredth and sixty third --- Performance at the diving board, L.G.H., 1911

U.S. Reports: United States v. United Engineering Co., 234 U.S. 236 (1914)

Herbert Adams and Arvia MacKaye as Cardinal Bird and Hummingbird, characters in Percy MacKaye's play Sanctuary: A Bird Masque, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Juliet Barrett Rublee as Tacita the dryad, a character in Percy MacKaye's play Sanctuary: A Bird Masque, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Witter Bynner as Stark the plume hunter, a character in Percy MacKaye's play Sanctuary: A Bird Masque, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary: A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Juliet Barrett Rublee as Tacita the dryad, a character in Percy MacKaye's play Sanctuary: A Bird Masque, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

U.S. Reports: United States v. Axman, 234 U.S. 36 (1914)

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

Scene from the play Sanctuary, A Bird Masque, by Percy MacKaye, in rehearsal for first performance at the Meriden Bird Club sanctuary dedication in New Hampshire

U.S. Reports: Williams v. Fidelity Co., 236 U.S. 549 (1915)

U.S. Reports: United States v. U.S. Fidelity Co., 236 U.S. 512 (1915)

U.S. Reports: Maryland Steel Co. v. United States, 235 U.S. 451 (1915)

Photograph of Vaslav Nijinsky applying makeup to an artist before a performance of Til Eulenspiegel, New York 1916, no photographer

U.S. Reports: Herbert v. Shanley Co., 242 U.S. 591 (1917)

Mr. Nobody Holme--he buys a jitney /

American Red Cross - Entertainments - Yankee convalescents enjoy Red Cross Vaudeville Show. Wounded men just back from France at a vaudeville performance given by the war entertainment committee of the American Red Cross at the Depot Hospital, Air Service Depot, Garden City, L.I

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Miscellaneous - A Red Cross rally held at the Borough Hall of Brooklyn, N.Y., drew a crowd which contributed liberally to the second war fundof the Red Cross, May 21, 1918. A feature of the rally was the performance of Harry W. Gardner, the "human fly", who climbed to the top of the Temple Bar building

U.S. Reports: United States v. California Bridge Co., 245 U.S. 337 (1917)

Airplanes - Types - Thomas-Morse Type S-6, Tandem two-seater Scout, with 80 H.P. LeRhone engine. This machine is adapted for training purposes or civilian use where a two-seater is desired, having a wide range of performance and low landing speed. Thomas- Morse Aircraft Corporation, Ithaca, N.Y

[John McCormack, Irish-born American tenor, full-length portrait, standing in front of poster announcing an upcoming performance by him, facing front, with another man]

[Remarkable! he said warmly. A remarkably deft performance! Capital! capital!]