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Source:   Roar China. (Theatre Guild Production, Martin Beck Theatre, 1930)


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Edward Trevor (in white uniform) mate of H.M.S. "Europa" directing Chinese coolies in scene from "Roar China." Setting by Lee Simonson.

Image ID: 1114233

Edward Trevor (in white uniform) mate of H.M.S. "Europa" directing Chinese coolies in scene from "Roar China." Setting b... (1930)

Image Details

Image Title

:  Edward Trevor (in white uniform) mate of H.M.S. "Europa" directing Chinese coolies in scene from "Roar China." Setting by Lee Simonson.

Creator

: Vandamm Studio -- Photographer

Alternate Source Title

: A drama in two acts by S. Tretyakov, translated from the German of Leo Lania by Ruth Langner. Produced by the Theatre Guild, Inc. at the Martin Beck Theatre, New York, October 27, 1930. (72 performances).

Medium

: Glass negatives

Specific Material Type

: Transparencies

Item/Page/Plate

: 151

Standard Reference

: The Best Plays of 1930-1931, p. 440-1.

Source

: Vandamm theatrical photographs, 1900-1957. / Productions / Roar China. (Theatre Guild Production, Martin Beck Theatre, 1930)

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Billy Rose Theatre Division

Catalog Call Number

: *T-Vim 1961-001, Vandamm 1720

Digital ID

: 1114233

Record ID

: 358986

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

Rights Notice

: Rights Notice: Permission is required for reproduction from Photographic Services and Permissions, The New York Public Library.

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