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Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

Costume Design for 'Officer (Captain)', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0002.00006
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the character portraying Officer (Captain) during the 1947 festival season at the Central City Opera House production of 'Fidelio'.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Old Peasant', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0002.00005
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the characters portraying Young Peasant (six male performers) in the 1947 festival production 'Fidelio.' Costume design includes Button up coat, button up vest and high wasited pants with black flats.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Old Squire's Wife', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00004
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Old Squires Wife who was portrayed by Margaret Teaters. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha / Old Squires Wife.'
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Organ Grinder', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00007
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Organ Grinder wearing a suit with a monkey walking in front of him who was portrayed by Peter Battaglia. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha / Organ Grinder / Peter Battaglia' with fabric samples attached to image.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Peasant' - Female, 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0002.00003
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the characters portraying Young Peasant (six female performers; PEarl Shyder, Jean Mermer, Ruth Meinr, Margaret Teeter, Lillian Erickson, Mary Ruth) ) in the 1947 festival production 'Fidelio.' Costume design includes long sleeve blouse, square neck dress with apron around waist and black flats. Attached to bottom of matting with staples is small piece of paper with women's measurements handwritten in pencil.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Peasant' - Female, 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0002.00004
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the characters portraying Young Peasant (six female performers; Crom, Gruwell, Kenney, Massey, Starr, Copley) in the 1947 festival production 'Fidelio.' Costume design includes long sleeve blouse with collar, square neck dress with apron around waist and black flats. Attached to bottom of matting with staples is small piece of paper with women's measurements handwritten in pencil.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Pizarro's Soldiers', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0002.00008
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the character portraying the Pizarro's Soldiers (six male performers) during the 1947 festival season at the Central City Opera House production of 'Fidelio'.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Servant Maids', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00013
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Servant Maids (four women; Hennessey, Green, Burtt) Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha ' 4 Servant Maids, 1. hennessey, 2. Sidebottom, 3. Green, 4. Burtt, vary in color etc... all have bundles ' with fabric samples attached to matting.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Sheriff Kinsman', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00002
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Sheriff who was portrayed by the performer Philip Kinsman. Handwritten on front of design in pencil: ''Martha,' Fitting, Sheriff - Kinsman.' Fabric samples and color swatches attached to front of image.
Dates: 1947

Costume Design for 'Sir Tristan', 1947

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Identifier: M123.05.0176.0001.00001
Overview Costume design by Mary P. Schenck for the 1947 festival production 'Martha' for the character Sir Tristan who was portrayed by the performer Lawrence Davidson. Handwritten on image in pencil: ' 'Martha', Fitting, Davidson, Sir Tristan as a rustic, feathers in hat, flowers on shirt.'
Dates: 1947