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  • The century girl


  • The Century Theatre, Broadway, Central Park West and 62nd Street, New York, First time on any stage. Charles Dillingham & Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr. present a musical entertainment, entitled "The Century Girl," music by Victor Herbert and Irving Berlin, scenes by Joseph Urban, orchestra under the direction of Max Hoffman. Stage managers Edwin E. Emery, William Torpey, assistants, Sam Ledner, Frank McDermott, scenery constructed by the T.B. McDonald Construction Company, electrical effects by James Pennefeather, properties by John Brunton and Siedle Company, costumes by the Schneider-Anderson Company.


  • Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
  • Dillingham, C. B. (Charles Bancroft), 1868-1934
  • Herbert, Victor, 1859-1924
  • Hoffmann, Max, 1873-1963
  • Kirchner, Raphaël, 1876-1917
  • Urban, Joseph, 1872-1933
  • Ziegfeld, Flo, 1869-1932
  • Century Theatre (Organization : New York, N.Y.)
  • Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)

Created / Published

  • 1916.


  • -  United States--New York--New York


  • Souvenir programs--1916
  • Souvenir programs--New York (State)--New York
  • Theater programs--1916
  • Theater programs--New York (State)--New York


  • -  "Century Theatre, Charles Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr., managers souvenir program"--Cover.
  • -  Cast: May Leslie, Marjorie Cassidy, Semone D'Herlys, Hazel Lewis, Margaret Morris, Flo Hart, Lillian Tashman, Evelyn Conway, Hazel Dawn, Misses Delmar, Erlich, Mack, Gardener, Mackenzie, De Beera, Montague, Logan, Fairbanks, James, Broden, Colby, Irving, Watson, Bruce, Donaldson, Baker, Fairbanks, Adelaide Bell, Jane Bliss, Sam Bernard, Irving Fisher, Misses Chase, Hirsch, Ruby, Lewis, Curtis, Errol, Bade, Loring, Adair, Field, Alexander, Hirsch, Shelton, Jeppson, Le Grande, Ellison, Magnus, Elsworth, Fisher, Carr, M. Fisher, Wallace, Petry, Greete, Kohler, Kerner, Dewey, Feltes, Arthur Cunnigham, John Slavin, Elsie Janis, James Doyle, Harland Dixon, Van and Schenck, Gus Minton, Billie Allen, Vera Maxwell, Leon Errolvitch, Harry Kelloski, Sam Barandooroff, Doyle and Dixon, Yvonne Shelton, Miss Camden, Misses Kerstein, Dillon, Murphy, Gray, Godins, Roberts, Miss Gumport, Miss Brown, Miss Daly, Miss Richter, Miss Camden, Miss Cronan, Miss Murphy, Miss Stone, Miss Carrol, Miss Crowe, Harland Dixon, Leon Errol.
  • -  Includes reproduction of series of ten illustrations "Les amours de Pierrot" by Raphaël Kirchner.
  • -  The Century Theatre, New York, Monday, November 6th, 1916, matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
  • -  Title devised by Library staff.
  • -  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
  • -  In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).
  • -  Converted from American Memory Variety Stage pseudomarc
  • -  LC copy found loose in Thr. E miscellany, Pile marked Thr E. A14.
  • -  Thr. E/C Box 3, folder 9


  • 1 v. (theater program).

Call Number/Physical Location

  • PN2093 .A44 1877 no. Thr. E/C

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2012657849

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  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Berlin, Irving, C. B Dillingham, Victor Herbert, Max Hoffmann, Raphaël Kirchner, Joseph Urban, Flo Ziegfeld, Century Theatre, and Theater Playbills And Programs Collection. The Century Girl. 1916. Image.

APA citation style:

Berlin, I., Dillingham, C. B., Herbert, V., Hoffmann, M., Kirchner, R., Urban, J. [...] Theater Playbills And Programs Collection. (1916) The Century Girl. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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Berlin, Irving, et al. The Century Girl. 1916. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.