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TALENT PRUPERTY OF GAY MAC LAREN BACKMAN ROLLING PRAIRIE, IND. Figure Figure Figure KELLOGG BIRD CARNIVAL & CONCERT CO. Figure Mr. CHAS. D. KELLOGG, Bird Warbler. Miss MARY BOWMAN, Pianiste. EMILY STUART KELLOGG, Contralto. Miss EMMA M. DILLMAN, Aesthetic Calisthenist. Mr. DONALD F. ADAMSON, Electrician. Address, REDPATH LYCEUM BUREAU. BOSTON, MASS. Or C. D. KELLOGG, 1528 N. 18th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Figure of the following talent: Hon. J. J. Ingalls, Jessie Couthoui Concert Co., Robert Nourse, Edward P. Elliott, John Thomas Concert Co., Royal Hand Bell Ringers of London, Eng., The Nashville Students, Robarts Harper, Temple Quartet and Miss Katharine Ridgeway, Saracuse University Glee and Mandolin Club. Chas. H. Fraser, of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, is to look after the interests of the Central Bureau in the Northwest. His territory covers Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, and part of Iowa. CHICAGO AND THE WEST. Everybody is busy getting ready for next season, and all the bureaus and managers report that they are making excellent bookings. Wm. A. McCormick, the Riverside Whistler, and Miss Genevieve Carpenter, the Delsartean reader, of Toledo, have joined forces for the coming season, and will be under the management of the Slayton Lyceum Bureau. Edwin L. Barker is hard at work on his new monologue, The Professor's Love Story, arranged from the same play as given by the great English actor, E. S. Willard. Mr. Barker leaves June 25, after which every date is filled until August 10. Edward Maro is preparing several new illusions for next season, and will be under the exclusive management of the Slayton Lyceum Bureau. Louise Brehany, Chicago's favorite mezzo-soprano, is spending her summer vacation in Northern Wisconsin. The new Great Northern Theatre Garden will open July 1, and promises to furnish a series of high-class entertainments. Edna M. Crawford will sing at the Waterloo (Iowa) Chautauqua in July. Godwald Dickerman reports some new novelties for next season. Z. D. Meniken will take out a new company next season, under the name of Meniken's Star Entertainers. The Arion Lady Quartet has a number of Chautauqua engagements. Chicago was promised a number of new bureaus for this spring, who were going to show the lyceum people how to do business, etc., but like all predecessors they have dropped into oblivion. The Chicago Marine Band, under the direction of T. P. Brooke, with Miss Sybil Sammis, soprano, is meeting with flattering success on the road. They are now filling a hundred days' engagement in Philadelphia. KANSAS CITY NOTES. The Southern Kansas Lyceum Association was organized May 28. Delegates from twelve cities met in Wichita and effected a permanent organization. C. J. Humphrey, of Wellington, was elected president, and O. A. Boyle, Wichita, secretary. Thomas Emmett Dewey, of Abilene, Kan., gave his new address, Poetry in Song, before a good audience in Kansas City, Mo., recently. W. B. Edminster is married. He passed through Kansas City recently on his wedding tour. A. E. Palmer of the Central Bureau, and E. W. Rouze of the Redpath Bureau met with the Southern Kansas Lyceum at Wichita recently. Also Russell Palmer, representing apt. Jack Crawford. L. W. Hubbell, of Springfield, Mo., spent a day in Kansas City recently, looking after the interests of the Lecture Course in his city. C. S. Fowler, president of the Kansas State League, informs us that the annual meeting of that body will be held at Topeka very soon. The Redpath Grand Concert Co., is already booked for a week's time in Kansas and Missouri. This is the first appearance in the West of this combination, and lovers of the good and art in music are expecting a rare treat. The Arion Ladies of Chicago delighted the new Fairmont Chautauqua at Kansas City, Mo., the third inst. Jahu De Miller filled a number of May engagements in Kansas. Emporia, Kansas., papers gave Thomas H. Dinsmore two columns of write-up upon his new lecture Xrays, given in his home city recently. Financial Statement of the Wellington, Kas., Lecture Club, for 1896. RECEIPTS. Balance from '94–'95 $ 362 03 573 Season Tickets at $2 1146 00 Reserves and door receipts— Chicago Lady Quartet 51 40 Gen. J. B. Gordon 65 20 E. Maro 52 45 Oberlin Glee Club 51 65 L. F. Copeland (2) 69 10 Ideal Concert Company 49 50 Tennesseeans 61 20 " (extra) 130 15 Lyman B. Sperry 40 00 Leland T Powers 51 50 Mozart Symphony Club 53 05 Gov. Hubbard 32 70 Prof. J. B. DeMotte 60 00 767 90 Total $2275 93 DISBURSEMENTS. Tickets given for work— 40 Seasons, the press 80 00 30 " ticket-sellers 60 00 28 " bill-boys, ushers 56 00 Talent— 196 00 Chicago Lady Quartet 95 00 Gen. J. B. Gordon 150 00 E. Maro 70 00 Oberlin College Glee Club 100 00 L. F. Copeland 85 00 Ideal Concert Company 32 00 Tennesseeans 135 00 Lyman P. Sperry 45 00 Leland T. Powers 100 00 Mozart Symphony Club 125 00 Gov. Hubbard 80 00 Prof. J. B. DeMotte 100 00 Expenses— 1117 00 Auditorium 175 00 Printing and advertising 179 65 Incidentals 130 08 Express and telegraphing 23 29 508 02 Balance in hands of Treasurer 454 91 Total $2275 93 SACRAMENTO, CAL. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, (175 voices) sang here to a very good house, April 21. The violinist Rivarde assisted by Lauchaume, pianist, (management of Johnston & Arthur) played in Sacramento early in the month of May to a house of about 120 people. The Schuberts are booked for a week.
|Title||Kellogg Bird Carnival & Concert Co.|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||
|Personal Name Subject||
Kellogg, Charles D.
Kellogg, Emily Stuart
Dillman, Emma M.
Adamson, Donald F.
|Corporate Name Subject||Kellogg Bird Carnival & Concert Company|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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|Archival Collection||Redpath Chautauqua Collection|
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