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              14 Archival description results for London

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              KLE/2/1 · Item · 1824-1896
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              Lists performances of theatre productions at York, Leeds, and London. Information includes register number, title of production, notes and remarks, description, number of acts and scenes, authors, adapters and composers.

              KLE/2/5 · Item · 1872-1908
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              Performances of various productions in York, Leeds, London, Birmingham, Harrogate, Scarborough, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Blackpool, Douglass, Newcastle, and Paris. Includes pantomimes and ballets in York and Leeds. Includes visits to Savoy Theatre for operas and ballets. Has table of contents.

              KLE/2/6 · Item · 1872-1921
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              Book listing theatre performances in a series of lists with various orders - chronological, alphabetical by title, by location. Includes lists of pantomimes. Locations include York, Leeds, Sheffield, Hull, Bradford, Wakefield, Scarborough, Birmingham, Newcastle, London, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Paris. Includes loose note at front stating that the volume was examined on the August Bank Holiday 1921 and found 'to be about correct' by Cuthbert Joseph Kleiser.

              'Fun of the Fayre' review
              KLE/2/11 · Item · 7 August 1921
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              Newspaper clipping from unidentified newspaper with handwritten date, re a David Garrick comedy 'The Fun of the Fayre' at London Pavilion

              Theatre programmes
              KLE/3 · Series · 1897-1928
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              This series includes 37 programmes for theatre and operatic performances by various amateur theatrical and operatic groups, at various venues around York. There is also a menu for a dinner for the Gallery First Nighters' club. The collection was probably compiled by Cuthbert Joseph Kleiser (1855-1929) who had a keen interest in the theatre.

              York Operatic Amateurs
              KLE/5/1 · Sub-series · 1911-1928
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              Correspondence of Cuthbert Joseph Kleiser reflecting his personal and business life and his interest in, and support of the theatre in York and further afield. With the exception of KLE/5/1/25, all correspondence is from other individuals to Kleiser. He is sometimes addressed as 'Joseph', 'Joe' or 'Mr J Kleiser', particularly in the more informal letters from friends and family. Indeed, he signs himself 'J Kleiser' in the single piece of correspondence sent by him to Mr Cahill (KLE/5/1/25).

              KLE/5/1/15 · Item · 31 January 1928
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              From J. Bannister Howard of Comic Operas Ltd of Fleet Street London. Regarding travels of Aladdin pantomime company through York, Bridlington, Peterborough, King's Lynn, Gusiborough and Lincoln, Next year will be 'Babes in the Woods.' Reply to Kleiser's earlier letter.

              Letter from Wilfred Grenilli
              KLE/5/1/17 · Item · 4 August 1924
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              Sent care of Mrs Cockle of Lambeth. Thanking Kleiser and informing him that Grenilli has arrived in London safely, discussing his position in a theatre company.

              KLE/5/1/18 · File · 1921-1928
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              4 empty envelopes from 1921, 1922, 1923 and 1928 addressed to C J Kleiser at 30 Portland Street, the Conservative Club. Includes postmarks from York, Scarborough and London. It is not clear if these envelopes are linked to the loose letters in the collection, or if the letters they contained have been lost.

              Kleiser; family
              Letter from Wentworth Hogg
              KLE/5/1/19 · Item · 3 July 1925
              Part of Kleiser family collection

              Mr Hogg (of Brighton) thanks Kleiser for his kind letter and congratulations. Suggests that next time Kleiser visits London he would find it interesting to compare the 'present premises' with the 'old shop at 89 Strand'. Mentions Hogg's purchase of 'Arrah na Pogue' at a sale of plays.