RALPH DUNBAR and His Bell Ringers
After a series of triumphs in New York City during months of February, March and April, including appearances at leading theatres, recitals at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York Athletic Club and before the New York Rotary Club, Ralph Dunbar, well known opera producer and conductor, again offers his world famous Bell Ringers and versatile entertainers for a limited number of engagements during the season of 1939–40.
APPROPRIATE PROGRAMS CAREFULLY ARRANGED TO SUIT ALL OCCASIONS
A GREAT VARIETY OF ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTED IN MODERN STYLE
100 Bells Weighing From 1 to 25 1bs. Also a Singing Male Quartet and Trio of Violin, Cello and Piano
Perhaps You Heard THE DUNBAR BELLS on one of these Broadcasts During the Season of 1938–1939
Chicago WLS —National Barn Dance, on Christmas Eve
Cincinnati WLW —Vick's Open House Hour, on New Year's Eve
New York C. B. S. —This Is New York, April 19th
New York WJZ —Horse and Buggy Days, April 5th
Recital for New York Rotary Inspires Following Comment:
Hotel Commodore, 42nd St. and Lexington Ave.
New York City, March 16th, 1939.
Dear Mr. Dunbar:
I have been a member of the Club for a number of years, and its Program Chairman for the past two years, and while I have felt in the past that I have given the members and guests some very fine music, I can honestly say that your performance today far surpasses anything we ever had.
I do hope it will be our privilege to have you with us again real soon.
HENRY H. SIMMEN Chairman Speakers Committee New York Rotary Club.
For Further Information Address RALPH DUNBAR
1855 Oliver Avenue Telephone 7-7985 Memphis, Tenn.
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