[Broadside]: Athletic Entertainment Benefit of Pennington Seminary Base Ball Club

Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish and Quigley, 1890.

Price: $1,500.00

Unbound. Broadside. Measuring approximately 19" x 24". Old folds, a few pencil strokes in lower margin, small chips and tears, else nice and near fine. A good-sized broadside advertising a night of performances to benefit the baseball club, featuring a performance of the latest college songs by the Seminary Glee Club, acrobatic feats, a "Burlesque, entitled 'The Dizzy-Art Drill' [...] presented by Eight Dizzy, but Artless Young Men," "Fencing Bouts, With Steel Foils," and a "farce entitled 'The Intelligence Office,' or 'Hunting a Job.'" Pennington Seminary is now known as the Pennington School. The benefit took place just three years after Stephen Crane attended the school. *OCLC* locates no copies.

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[Broadside]: Athletic Entertainment Benefit of Pennington Seminary Base Ball Club