Trente jours de plaisirs. 1000 fr. de plaisirs pour 15 fr. Pour 50 centimes par jour, on pourra, pendant un mois, aller chaque jour a des théatres, bals, concerts, cirques, arènes, etc. / Mainster.
Advertisement for a monthly subscription to theatrical productions, balls, concerts, the circus, and other entertainments, probably at venues in and around Paris. Text appears within an outline of a balloon asc... more
Print shows Puck conducting a group of singers on a stage as they sing "The Star Spangled Banner"; depicted are "Palmer, Buckner, Johnson, Levering, Watson, Bryan, Sewall, Mrs. Lease, McKinley, [and] Hobart". M... more
Photograph shows woman, in white dress, standing on bandstand with band playing instruments behind her; individuals in canoes pass under bridge supporting the bandstand; crowds sit in grass along the bank.
Poster shows five military musicians in uniforms from various historical periods; the coat of arms of Austria-Hungary is at top. Poster is announcement for a concert by Austrian and Hungarian soldiers to benefi... more
Photograph shows Miss Dai Buell, sitting and playing piano in the studio of the American Radio & Research Corporation in Medford Hillside, Mass.
Poster for New York City Federal Music Project presentation of free symphony concerts at the Y.M. & Y.W.H.A., 1511 Fulton Ave, Bronx, New York City.
Poster for free "victory concerts" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street, New York City, showing Nike of Samothrace.
Poster for New York City Federal Music Project presentation of free band concerts at the Brooklyn Museum, showing a man conducting.
Poster announcing Park Department barbershop quartet concert, Central Park, New York City, showing four stylized barbers singing before barber pole.
WPA Federal Music Project of New York City presents free band concerts [at the] Bronx County Building
Poster for New York City Federal Music Project presentation of free band concerts at the Bronx County Building, showing half-length portrait of a music conductor.
Poster announcing presentation of Handel's "Messiah" by the Sioux City Civic Chorus at the Central High School auditorium, Sioux City, Iowa.