MEMORIES OF A PLEASANT EVENING

MR. S. Z. POLI Presents THE HYPERION PLAYERS -IN- “TRILBY” By George Du Maurier, Under the Direction of Bernard Steele, Ast. Director, Jerome Broderick

-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of Hyperion New Haven collection, Hyperion theatre program, 1919
-Image courtesy of the Yale Daily News Historical Archive, Yale Daily News, Tuesday, February 4, 1919
-Image courtesy of Newspapers.com, The Hartford Courant, Tuesday, July 22, 1919
-Image courtesy of the Yale Daily News Historical Archive, Yale Daily News, Wednesday, February 12, 1919

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