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Image for Club Ginza Brochure Circa 1957: Authentic Japanese Shows, Tokyo Nite Life in Honolulu

Club Ginza Brochure Circa 1957: Authentic Japanese Shows, Tokyo Nite Life in Honolulu

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Honolulu, Hawaii, 1957

Seller ID: 09773

Condition: Very Good


Rare piece of Honolulu, Hawaii ephemera: Nightclub brochure for Club Ginza, which featured authentic Japanese shows and a taste of Tokyo night life in Honolulu. Acquired with other mementos from a Hawaiian trip dated 1957. Purple illustrations and text on a white background. Old tape marks on the inside fold, a few small chips along the outer fold, and faint evidence of two fold marks, which you can barely feel and see. A single sheet folded once to create a 6.25 X 8-inch, four-paneled advertisement for the club. Text is written in dialect to effect a Japanese voice not particularly skilled in... View more info

Image for Hello, Dolly! Starring Carol Channing - Playbill for the St. James Theatre, March 1964, Vol. 1, No. 3

Hello, Dolly! Starring Carol Channing - Playbill for the St. James Theatre, March 1964, Vol. 1, No. 3

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Playbill, Incorporated: 1964

Seller ID: 10751

Condition: Very Good


Stapled booklet with very mild rubbing wear and sticker shadow on the rear cover from an old price sticker. Hello, Dolly!, starring Carol Channing, had its Broadway debut at the St. James Theatre in New York on January 17, 1964. This is an early playbill with the original cast for one of the most successful and iconic Broadway musicals of its time. View more info

Image for The Write Thing: An International Beatles Fan Club - Beatles on TV - Year 5, No. 24, Oct./Nov. 1978

The Write Thing: An International Beatles Fan Club - Beatles on TV - Year 5, No. 24, Oct./Nov. 1978

By: Fenick, Barb (Editor)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: St. Paul, Minnesota, The Write Thing: 1978

Seller ID: 10322

Condition: Good


15 sheets, corner-stapled, and folded for mailing. Front sheet has edge wear and small holes from insect damage. The remainder of the newsletter is fine. The Write Thing was a 1970s-80s fan newsletter devoted to Beatles history and post-Beatles news. This issue focuses on early television appearances by the Beatles, but includes other news of the day as well. View more info

Image for Showboat Theatre Program, 1959, Seattle, for Agatha Christie's, "The Mousetrap," Starring Rod Whitaker (Known Later as the Author, Trevanian)

Showboat Theatre Program, 1959, Seattle, for Agatha Christie's, "The Mousetrap," Starring Rod Whitaker (Known Later as the Author, Trevanian)

By: School of Drama, University of Washington

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Seattle, Showboat Theatre, University of Washington: 1959

Seller ID: 09761

Condition: Near Fine


Program for the Showboat Theatre in Seattle Washington. Folded twice forming three panels each side. Excellent condition with only a small, light smudge one of the panels. The theatre was founded and operated by the University of Washington, School of Drama. The play was The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie and starred Rod Whitaker as Christopher Wren. Whitaker went on to become a best-selling author under the pseudonym of Trevanian (Eiger Sanction, The Loo Sanction, Shibumi, etc.). Other starring actors included Kay Harris (1940s actress?), Ron Galbreath, Jacque Colton, Robert Cecil, Mary Kay Vo... View more info