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The business of the theatre; an economic history of the American theatre, 1750-1932. Prepared on behalf of the Actors' Equity Association by Alfred L. Bernheim, assisted by Sara Harding and the staff of the Labor Bureau, inc.

; Actors' Equity Association
New York, B. Blom [1964] .
ISBN 0405082665, 9780405082665

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Other Authors Actors' Equity Association.
Subjects Theater -- United States.
Theater.
Toneel.
United States.
Verenigde Staten.
Description xii, 217 pages 33 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Originally published in Equity magazine, July 1930-Feb. 1932.
Includes bibliographical references.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)316984
(OCoLC)ocm00316984
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Bernheim, Alfred L., 1893-
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