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THE NEGRO PEOPLE'S THEATRE

presents
LANGSTON HUGHES
"DON'T YOU WANT TO BE FREE"

Thursday, November 10, 17
Saturday, November 12, 19, & 26

LINCOLN CENTER
700 East Oakwood Boulevard

THE THEATRE OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE
AND FOR THE PEOPLE

H.D. Pearson
Marion Taylor A
Carl Sentry
Francis Neal
Margaret Taylor Miss
1938
Bob Davies
Dorothy E Taylor
[[Brigs?]]
[[Win?]] S. Bride
"Dramatically" yours, Chester [[Sinclair?]]
Thanks for all the good times together Rosalie Dorsey
Ethel R [[?]]
[[?nton W??ner]]
For deep appreciation for your backstage work
Fanny McConnell
Ligon Buford
O.C. Wynn
Rebecca Trant
Doreas Pearson
Harold [[? Mae ?]]




"HANDS ACROSS SEA" [[image]]
J.A. Rogers, Courier war correspondent, photographed with Col. John C. Robinson, Chicago aviator, who is now the eyes and ears of he Ethiopian army. Col. Robinson fought off two Italian planes when Adowa was bombed.- Mody photo. Addie Ababa.

WESTERN UNION
TO ENOC P WATERS c/o Chicago Defender May 8th 1935
Street and No. 3435 Indiana Ave
Place Chicago, Illinois

Delayed in Auburn Indiana
six hours. Leaving for Cleveland one twenty five.

White _Spencer.
 
[[advertisement]]
Telegraph
Birthday Greeting
Western Union Birthday Telegram
25c 35c
Anywhere
Locally 20c
Now it's inexpensive to be smart.
[[/advertisement]]

The Quickest, Surest and Safest Way to Send Money Is By Telegraph or Cable.

Sender's Telephone Number.


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