Opera House (Wellington) :A memorable event, Monday April 17, 1899, the people's favourite Pollard's Opera Company ... Saucy Susie. 1899.
- An arrangement of text in varied types. Music composed arranged and selected by Mr H T Harrison. The marches, dances, groupings and business invented by Mr Tom Pollard. Scenery designed and painted by Mr E L Williams. Performers include: Mr W S Percy, Miss Maud Beatty, Charles Carter, Mr E Pitts, Mr George Young, Mr E Nable, Mr D O'Connor, Mr J Scott, Mr C Vaughan, Master Albert Stephens, Miss Marie Metcalfe, Miss Nellie Wilson, Miss Zoe Karkeek (Carkeek?), Miss Rosa Stevens, Mr G Walker, Mr H Symott, Mr G Friend, Miss Claudia Palmer, Miss Lena Ericson, Mr Alf Stephens, Mr H Gleeson, Miss May Beatty, Miss Agnes Smith, Miss Gertie Campion, Miss Lily Stephens, Miss Edie Zeigler, Miss Nellie Foord, Miss Wilmot Karkeek, Mr Harry Quealy, Master Charles Albert. Business manager was Fred Duval. Quantity: 1 colour art print(s) on poster.. Physical Description: Relief print and letterpress, red and blue on cream paper, 890 x 288 mm.
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- 1 colour art print(s) on poster., Ephemera, Relief prints, Letterpress works, Posters, Advertisements, Relief print and letterpress, red and blue on cream paper, 890 x 288 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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