44 items found relating to : Palace Theatre
|New York Times||FASHIONS AT THE PALACE
28th May 1918
Lady Duff-Gordon and Her Models Back---Effective War Play ---The changing season, with its accompanying change in feminine fashions, brought Lady Duff-Gordon and her gorgeously clad models back to the Palace Theatre yesterday a...
|New York Times||FASHION DISPLAY AT PALACE
4th December 1917
Lady Duff-Gordon Appears far a War Charity---Herman Timberg --- A fashion display staged by Lady Duff-Gordon, and including that personage herself as an added attraction, was the mecca that drew an unusually large crowd to the Palace T...
|NIEUW AMSTERDAM : THEATRE, 1938
THE THEATRE: The theatre was designed by Cornelis J. Engelen in cooperation with Mrs. Elisabeth de Boer. It is built in the shape of half an eggshell; following the contours of the vessel, and of the visual and aural points of focus. The color scheme...
|The Times||LIGHTOLLER DECORATED BY KING
16th June 1919
Court Circular BUCKINGHAM PALACE, JUNE 14 The King held an Investiture in the Quadrangle of the Palace at 11 o'clock this morning. The King then conferred decorations as follows:--- BAR TO...
|HUDSON THEATRE PROGRAMME 1909
The cover of the Hudson Theatre programme for Henry B. Harris' production of "The Third Degree" (1909), one of his biggest hits....
|Birkenhead News||AN ARGYLE THEATRE'S BANDSMAN AMONG THE TITANIC ORCHESTRA
20th April 1912
One of those on board the Titanic and who it is feared is amongst those who have perished, is Mr. J. F. P. Clarke, formerly a member of the orchestra of the Argyle Theatre of Varieties. Mr. Clarke in his short time he played...
|Lowell Sun||THOMAS WHITELEY : APPEARING AT THE MERRIMACK SQUARE THEATRE
28th May 1912
The attendance at both perfomances at the Merrimack Square theatre yesterday was extraordinarily large, and the many patrons seemed well satisfied with the bill as presented, for practically each number was received with loud applause. ...
|Lowell Sun||THOMAS WHITELEY TO SPEAK AT MASSACHUSETTS THEATRE
27th May 1912
The 27th May 1912 Lowell Sun, Lowell, Massachsetts, carried the following advertisement: Merrimack Square Theatre "The Coolest Spot in Town" QUALITY AND QUANTITY THE WATCHWORDS FOR&nb...
|Worcester Journal||NEW PLAY ABOUT JOSEPH BRUCE ISMAY
21st October 2010
NINETY-eight years after she sunk to the bottom of the Atlantic comes a play about the man who was in charge of the Titanic. The Man Who Left the Titanic, a new play by Patrick Prior, is performed at the Norbury Theatre this weekend....
|New York Times||DEFICIT IN HARRIS ESTATE
2nd July 1914
Theatrical Manager Left $365,443, but Had Large Debts --- Henry B. Harris, the theatrical manager who lost his life in the Titanic disaster of April 15, 1912, left a gross estate of $365,443, according to an appraisal filed yesterday in ...
|NIEUW AMSTERDAM : THEATRE, ARTWORK.
In front of the theatre, forward, there is a striking panel, 25 feet long, by Reyer Stolk. It is executed in solid masses of gold, black, red and maroon, and its theme the spread of the theatre’s influence over the world by ships. Greek and Dutch E...
|Hudson Observer||MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TITANIC VICTIM
23rd April 1912
Family of John Ashby of West Hoboken Abandon Hope for Him ---------- Until to-day the family of John Ashby, of West Hoboken, had some hope for his recovery, but are now convinced that there is no hope of him showing up alive, ...
Programme for a matinee in aid of the the Titanic Relief Fund, 1st May 1912....
|The Times||DAVID BLAIR DECORATED
14th February 1918
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, FEB. 13--- The King held an Investiture of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire at 10.30 o'clock this morning. The following were severally introduced into the presence o...
|WRECK AND SINKING OF THE TITANIC
Read a narrative of the Titanic sinking rushed out in the months following the disaster...
|Atlantic City Daily Press||2 SURVIVORS OF TITANIC ARRIVE
3rd May 1912
Major Hayes Entertains Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Taylor at Apollo Theatre. ---------- ‘NAUGHTY MARIETTA’ HELPS THEM FORGET ---------- Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Taylor, of London, two of the survivors of the Ti...
|New York Times||MRS. HARRIS GAINS STRENGTH
20th April 1912
Mrs. Henry B Harris, widow of the theatrical manager who was lost on the Titanic, was regaining strength yesterday, but she was still in a nervous condition. Her shoulder, which she injured a day before the sinking of the ship, was healing normally. ...
|Torquay Directory||LETTER FROM HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
8th May 1912
The Late Mr. Forbes Julian.-Mrs. Forbes Julian has been honoured by receiving a gracious letter of sympathy from her Majesty the Queen from Buckingham Palace. It reads: Her Majesty feels very much for you in the irreparable loss which you have su...
|The Times||PRESENTATION OF MEDALS FOR GALLANTRY
17th December 1913
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, DEC. 16---The King this morning decorated the following with medals for acts of gallantry on land and at sea as stated against their names:--- BOARD OF TRADE MEDALS Lieutenant ...
|Hudson Dispatch||TWO WEST HOBOKEN MEN WERE AMONG VICTIMS ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
So far as can be learned two of the victims of the Titanic disaster lived in West Hoboken. They are John Ashby, father of Arthur Ashby, of 629 Traphagen street, and Albert Walker, father in law of Charles Robertson, proprietor of the Colonial Theatre...
|New York Times||HENRY B. HARRIS
16th April 1912
Well-Known Theatrical Manager Who Has Won Many Successes --- Henry B. Harris, who leaped into prominence in the New York theatrical field only about half a dozen years ago as manager, and producer, was, nevertheless, a veteran of many y...
|New York Times||MORGAN VISITS KING VICTOR
29th March 1912
Financier Will Leave Rome Next Week for Florence and Venice --- ROME, March 28---J. Pierpont Morgan was to-day received in private audience by King Victor Emmanuel at the Quirinal Palace. Mr. Morgan will leave ...
|New York Times||A. D. BRANDEIS DIES; ILL ONLY A WEEK
11th June 1916
Former Vice President of Stern Brothers Suffered Attack of Appendicitis --- MADE FORTUNE IN WEST --- Built Largest Department Store in Omaha--Erected Three Theatres and a Hotel --- Arthur D. Brandeis, Preside...
|Variety||MRS. HENRY B. (RENEE) HARRIS DIES
10th September 1969
Robert J. Landry
Theatre Owner-Producer Was Linked to Another Broadway Era Although she was married three times afterwards, she always remained Mrs. Henry B. Harris and when she died at Doctors Hospital, N.Y., at 93, she was press reported either as Mr...
|Richmond Today||C. H. LIGHTOLLER AND RICHMOND SLIPWAYS
At the end of the war an elderly mariner, who had rescued 130 troops from Dunkirk, moved to East Twickenham and set up a boatyard at 1 Ducks Walk, opposite the site of the old Tudor palace. Richmond Slipways as it was called, mostly repaired po...
|Brighton Argus||SUSSEX AND THE DISASTER: WORTHING ASSOCIATIONS
20th April 1912
Among the crew of the Titanic was a young man named Crosby a nephew of Mrs. Sole, of Langleigh, Ham-road, Worthing, who was one of the Turkish bath attendants on the liner. Another member of the crew was Mr. A. D. Eagle, a nephew of Mr. E. Best, of L...
26th April 1912
One of the stewards on the ill-fated Titanic was a Fulham man and fortunately he is among the saved. His name is Mr. Frank Morris, of 46 Delorne [sic] Street, Fulham Palace Road, and he came of a family long resident and well known in the borough....
|The Times||NEW MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
23rd July 1895
BlGHAM, JOHN CHARLES, Q.C. (Liverpool, Exchange) (L.U.), of 19, Palace-gate, Kensington, second s. of the late Mr. John Bigham, a merchant, of Liverpool, b. 1840, and educated at the Liverpool Institute and the Gym...
|Hudson Observer||WEST HOBOKEN MAN A PASSENGER ON THE LOST STEAMER
17th April 1912
John Ashby, of Traphagen street, West Hoboken, is on the list of second cabin passengers of the ill-fated Titanic and so far his name has not appeared among those of the rescued. He was returning from England to his son-in-law and two daughters in No...
|Chicago Tribune||THIRD OF FAMILY TO MEET TRAGIC END
31st October 1914
Nineteen year old Howard Hippach is the last of the three sons of Louis A. Hippach, wealthy plate glass and window glass manufacturer, to meet a tragic death. Howrd Hippach was killed Thursday afternoon when a motor car which he was driving ...
|NIEUW AMSTERDAM : TOURIST CLASS SMOKING ROOM STATUE. 1938.
Suriname Negro. This statue, and its mate, Suriname Negress, stood in the Tourist Class Smoking Room, prewar. The room, which served as the liner's Music Room on one-class cruises, was replaced by a new Cabin Class theatre postwar....
|POSTWAR 7. THEATRE.
THEATER: It is difficult to believe that you are at sea when you enter this air-conditioned theater seating three hundred and fifty passengers. Each of the deeply cushioned seats commands an unobstructed view of the stage, and the egg shaped contour ...
|TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS
Authored by Michael B. Wehrli, Michael B. Wehrli Based on the Senate Hearing transcrip...
|POSTWAR 13. THEATRE. CABIN CLASS.
THEATER: If you book Cabin or Tourist class on the Nieuw Amsterdam, you’ll enjoy many a first-run film in this comfortable , air conditioned motion picture theater on the Promenade Deck. Installed since the war, this theater seats 166 p...
|Torquay Directory||LETTER FROM HIS MAJESTY THE KING
15th May 1912
The Late Mr. Forbes Julian.-Mrs. Forbes Julian, of Redholme, has been honoured by receiving, through Viscount Knollys, a letter expressing the sympathy of his Majesty the King with her in the loss of her husband in the Titanic disaster. The letter r...
|The Times||LADY HARLAND'S WILL
10th February 1912
Dame Rosa Matilda Harland, of Baroda, House Kensington Palace-gardens, W., who died at Tunbridge Wells on October 21, daughter of Mr. Thomas Wann, of Vermont, Belfast, and widow of Sir Edward Harland, Bt., M.P. for North Belf...
|New York Times||TV: LAST HOURS OF TITANIC
29th March 1956
|New York Times||ROME NOW CROWDED
31st March 1912
Frank Millet, the President of the Consolidated American Academy, is about to turn his face homeward, although he came from New York less than a month ago. However, important affairs take him back to the land of his birth. He is accompanied by Majo...
|New York Times||PRESIDENT'S SON STAR AT RECITAL
21st April 1907
Quentin Roosevelt, Miss Young's Pupil, Renders Three Numbers on the Piano --- [Two irrelevant subheadlines omitted.] --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 20---[Ei...
|New York Times||MEMORIAL NOTICE
21st April 1912
HARRIS-At a special meeting of the Association of Theatre Managers of Greater New York, held on Saturday, April 20th, 1912, the following resolutions were adopted: Owing to the sad and sudden death of Henry B. Harris, our honored Vice ...
|NIEUW AMSTERDAM : THE 'NIEUW AMSTERDAM'
The "NIEUW AMSTERDAM", the largest ship ever built in the Netherlands, will be famous for its architecture, decoration and exceptionally high standard of comfort. Modern profile, pleasing proportions and careful design all reflect the traditions o...
|New York Times||STEAD'S FAREWELL TALK
6th May 1907
We're So Busy, He Thinks, We Don't Realize What Our Mission is --- William T. Stead, editor of The London Review of Reviews, made his last address on his present visit to this country before the Young Men's Christia...
|IRENE HARRIS GENERAL INFORMATION
HARRIS, MRS. IRENE R, (NEE WALLACH). Saved in Lifeboat D. Cabin C83. European address - c/o Fraulein Woolf, Kapellenstrasse 81, Wiesbaden. Germany. (Born 15th June 1876, died 2nd September 1969). Buried in Ferncliff Cemetery, Ha...
|Chicago Examiner||A TITANIC HERO
2nd June 1912
Charles Brown, the English comedian now playing with "A Modern Eve" at the Garrick, lost a number of friends when the Titanic went down. He knew most of the officers on the ill-fated ship, and the purser, McElroy, had been a com...