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[[cover of play program affixed to page]]     

STAGE DOOR

by EDNA FERBER and GEORGE F. KAUFMAN 
[[image - black & white drawing of a stage door with two men waiting outside]]

Presented by the CLASS OF 1940
Ridgewood High School

[[handwritten ]] Joy Mearimore [[/handwritten]]


[[note]]
I convinced Harding Evans that being in the Senior play was a MUST for me & he had to work to perform opposite me. He didn't like being a butler. But my father was a butler & Harding wore one of Daddy's coats for the show.[[/note]]

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