Entertainment collection. -2003. 8 cm of textual
records and graphic material. 60 oversize items. 8 fabric
items. Second Accrual.
F.13 Thelma Squire, promotional leaflet
F.14 Hart House, 1925-1928; dance programmes have been filled out
with partners names
F.15 Royal Alexandra Theatre, 4 programmes, 1929-1935
F.16 Toronto Conservatory of Music, piano recital by the pupils
of Naomi Carmichael, 19 April 1940
F.17-8 Toronto Symphony Orchestra: at Massey Hall, 1941-53; scattered
F.19 University College, Toronto: Annual Oratory Contest, 10 Feb.
F.20 Artwork for cartoon for The Star: Son, you must
have been to see Olsen & Johnson in Hellzapoppin at
the Uptown! 
F.21 Al Capp, Lil Abner goes to the Movies to see That
Certain Feeling, with Bob Hop and Eve Marie Saint, Paramount1956
F.22 Ticket to the Victory Parade of Canadas Spotlight Band,
Lansdowne Park, Ottawa
F.23 Amos n Andy radio episode, 25 Dec. 1935, script for Episode
No. 2225; with mailing envelope
F.24 Elvis Presley colouring contest, Paramount Pictures, 1962
F.25 S.S. Mark Twain, Disneys Frontierland, pilots certificate,
F.26 Perth County Conspiracy, small posters, one dated 1974. See
F.27 Screen Guide, January 1946 issue with Van Johnson on
American sheet music
F.1 Alice in Wonderland, by Charlie Tobias, Jack Scholl,
Murray Mencher, Leo. Feist Inc., New York, 1933
F.2 All American Girl, by Al Lewis, Leo. Feist Inc.,
New York, 1932
F.3 All American Girl (All Canadian Girl), by Al Lewis,
Leo. Feist Inc., New York, 1932
F4 Alabama Ball, words by Wm Hallen Falls, music
by Al W. Beatty, R.C. Young Music Co., Columbus, Ohio, 1918
F.5 The Bullfrog and the Coon, music by Jos. S. Nathan,
words by Felix Feist, Leo. Feist, New York, 1906
F.6 Chippewa: An Indian Serenade and Two-step, by
H. L. Berger, Graul Publishing, Detroit, 1906
F.7 Chong, He Come from Hong Kong, by Harold Weeks,
Leo. Feist Inc., New York,  (Date appears as 2029).
F.8 Covered Wagon Days, by Will Morrissey and Joe
Burrowes, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York, 1923
F.9 Dirty Hands Dirty Face, lyrics by Jolson Clarke
& Leslie, music by James V. Monaco, Clarke & Leslie Songs Music
Publishers, New York, 1923
F.10 The End of a Perfect Day (Special Peace Edition),
by Carrie Jacobs Bond and J.P. McEvoy, Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son,
Chicago, music 1910, words, 1918
F.11 Felix the Cat, by Pete Wendling and Max Kortlander,
Sam Fox Pub. Co., Cleveland, 1928
F.12 Flight of the Witches, by Ludwig Kellerman, McKinley
Music Co., Chicago, 1910
F.13 Frolic of the Demons, by John Martin, Brehm Bros.,
F.14 Howya Gonna Keepem Down on the Farm (After
Theyve Seen Paree?), music by Walter Donaldson, words by
Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis, Walterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New
F.15 Im Wild About Wildwood, by Harry Keating,
David Morrison, Ed. Ward, M.D., Swisher, Philadelphia, 1922
F.16 Light Cavalry, Beaux Arts Edition, overture by
Von Suppe, Eclipse Publishing Co., 1924
F.17 Lovely to Look At, words by Dorothy Fields and
Jimmy McHugh, music by Jerome Kern, T.B. Harms Co., New York, 1935
F.18 Motor King, by Henry Frantzen, F.B. Haviland Pub.
Co. Inc., New York, 1910
F.19 Oh, Henry! Youre Sweet Mama Misses You, by
Bonnie Benedict and F. Henri Klickmann, McKinley Music Co., Chicago,
F.20 Red Wing, by Kerry Mills, F.A. Mills, New York,
F.21 Sambo and Liza, by Thos. B. Weaver, The Willis
N. Bugbee Co., New York, 1931
F.22 The Simple Things in Life, lyric by Ted Koehler,
music by Ray Henderson, Sam Fox Pub. Co., 1935
F.23 Since Arrah Wanna Married Barney Carney, words
by Jack Drislaneby Theodore Morse, F.B. Haviland, New York, 1907
F.24 Southern Airs, by W.H. Hodgins, 1906
F.25 They Always Pick on Me, words by Stanley Murphy,
music by Harry Von Tilzer, Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., New
F.26 Things are Coming My Way, words by Zurah McCamly,
music by Bauer Bros., Zurah McCamly, Pennsylvania,
F.27 Toy Piano, by H. Jean Diestelhorst, Shattinger
Piano & Music Co., Missouri, 1960
F.28 The Waltz in Swing Time, music by Jerome Kern,
lyrics by Dorothy Fields, Chappell & Co. Inc., New York, 1936
F.29 The Wedding Party of Mickey Mouse, by Robert Bagar,
Bibo-Lang. Inc., New York, 1931
F.30 Witches Dance, by J. DeLancey, McKinley Music
Co., Chicago, 1909
F.31 Whooper Up! by Will Wood, Will Wood, New
F.32 You Belong to My Heart, by Ray Gilbert, La Salle
Music Publishers, Inc., New York, 1943
British sheet music
F.33 Lawrence Wrights 2nd Selection of Talkie Hits,
Lawrence Wright Music Co., London, 1930
F.34 My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night!, Stephen C. Foster,
Chas Sheard & Co., London, 
Concerts (Posters and Display Cards; cards are
-After Thought, Vancouver B.C. Fri. Feb. 10: Martha Mushrooms
Fantastic Sensations and United Empire Loyalist; Sat. Feb. 11, Painted
Ship M.M.s Fantastic Sensations. Next Week! Country Joe and the
Fish. Text only; predominant colours of green and pink, 
-Arlo, Charles Bernard, copyright 1970 Dream Merchants NYC; illustrated
with a piano player with guitars on either side on top of a mans
head; colours of pink blue, yellow, orange, green
-Bo Diddley: Bill Graham presents in San Francisco, Bo Diddley,
Big Brother and the Holding Co., Quicksilver Messenger plus Big Joe
.July 4-July 9 at the Fillmore, San Francisco, 1967.
Illustrated by B. MacLean with two red and green turtlemen
- B.B. King: In person Lieberman Management Presents Blues Recording
Artist B.B. King
Canadian Tour 2003. Illustrated with a
printed photograph of King, autographed; colours of black on blue. (card)
- Burton Cummings: Rothmans Caravan [and] CFTR 690 presents Burton
Cummings Summer Bash!!!
Saturday, August 7th 1982, Courtcliffe
Park, Carlisle, Ontario. Illustrated with a printed photograph of Cummings
- Canada Jam: California Jam Inc. in Association with Canada Jam
Promotions Inc. Presents Canada Jam, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Commodores,
Doobie Brothers, Kansas, Dave Mason, Ozark Mtn. Daredevils, Prism, Triumph,
Village People, Wha-Koo, Saturday August 26th , 10a.m. to 10 p.m.
Mosport Park, Ontario Canada
produced by Sandy Feldman and Lenny
Stogel. Illustrated with a stylized guitar in the shape of a maple
leaf; colours of red and blue
- Dave Matthews Band: Vancouver, B.C. General Motors Place 8/5
Dave Matthews Band. 1994 or later; 1994 was the first year that
the band, formed in 1991, toured. Illustrated by a drawing of a red
sailboat with blue water and sky
- Dire Straits: Philips Compact Disc presents Dire Straits Copps
Coliseum Tuesday March 17
Hamilton, CPI [Concert Productions
International] production, 1980s or early 1990s. B&w, illustrated
with image of one band member playing the guitar
- Downchild Blues Band: 2 posters (1) Downchild Blues Band Lucky
13 a Blue Wave Original; illustrated with a drawing of a woman
by Eliott Mattice and a b&w photograph of the band, autographed.
Lucky 13 was released in 1997. The poster contains a handwritten date
of the concert Sat. May 26 and the bands website address.
(2) Sunny Days IV Summer Festival, Downchild Blues Band, Great
Pine Ridge [Ontario]
July 25, 1982. Other acts are also
listed on the poster.
- Elton John: Elton Johns [sic] in concert appearing at the CNE
Grandstand August 26, Molson Canadian Tour 86; illustrated
with photographs of John with photographs of him in his jacket pocket
- Genesis: An Evening with Genesis, First Concert Tour in Five
Years, Saturday, June 6 [1992 or 1998] SkyDome, Toronto
Production. SkyDome opened 1989.
- Gordon Lightfoot: Gordon Lightfoot in Concert, May 24, 25, 26
2001 Massey Hall. Illustrated with a printed photograph of Lightfoot
- Hot from Harlem Revue: Gregory Theatre, Oakville, Ont.
Rock nRoll Show! Hot from Harlem Revue, Kings and Queens of Jazz,
Be-Bop, Rhythm and Blues. Illustrated with a printed photograph
of Kiki and a photograph of dancers. (card)
- Heat Wave: Heat Wave, the 1980s Big Beat Rock and Roll
Party [featuring] the B-52s, The Clash, Elvis Costello + the Attractions,
The Kings, The Pretenders, Rockpile with Nick Lowe + Dave Edmunds, Talking
Saturday, August 23, Mosport Park. Illustrated with
a pair of sunglasses and a tie with musical notes. Colours of purple,
yellow, pink and red.
- Hootenanny: Worlds Biggest Hootenany! The Tarriers, Halifz
III, Judy Henske, Elan Stuart, the Chantelciars, the Waygarers, the
Towne Criers, Simone Diana, the Pioneers, Dave Wiffen, Greg Winkfield,
Maple Leaf Gardens October 18, Hoot!, Toronto, [1960s]
- Janis Joplin: A tribute poster after her death in 1970 featuring a
printed photograph and some words of remembrance. On the verso is column
from the Guardian 2 October 1970 about the editors of Oz being
committed for trial at the Old Bailey in London, plus other text and
Jericho see Sweet Blindness
- Led Zepplin: Led Zepplin 943. Funky Enterprises, 1981.
Illustrated with a dirigible. Black Light.
- Lowest of the Low: The Molson Amphitheatre Thursday August 2
Lowest of the Low with special guests Billy Bragg and the Weaker Links;
Sunday Aug 5 Matchbox Twenty with special guests Train and the Old 97s,
Toronto, [early 1990s]; text only
- National Rock Opera Company: Live in Concert Varsity Stadium
Saturday, June 26
The National Rock Opera Company performing
music from Jesus Christ Superstar and other selected works, [ca.
1971], image of cast members in white silhouette against a mauve background
- McKenna Mendelson Mainline: 6 items. The band known as McKenna Mendelson
Mainline (for Mike McKenna and Joe Mendelson); name shortened to Mainline.
(1)Stink at the Rock File, August 21, 22, 23 &34,
McKenna Mendelson Mainline with Whiskey Howl [1969; Stink
was the name of their album. (2-4) Benevolence
Plays for Money, drawn by Andoff, 1970; one original, two photocopies
with autographs. (5) Mainline Comes West, drawn by Andoff,
1972, card (6) Biscuit Meats [sic] Mainline drawn by Andoff,
- Ocean: The Forum Los Angeles, Japan Far East, Italy, Hawaii,
Germany. Weve got a dread one more chance Hand in Hand.
Ocean, Massey Hall, October 26. The date 1973 has been written
in pencil on the poster. Illustrated with the peace symbol with images
of the band inside. B&w.
- Perth County Conspiracy: Two posters, (1) Columbia Recording
Artists The Perth County Conspiracy and Its Friend THOG Await You, Benefitting
Youth Anonymous, Feb. 5, 6, 7, Bathurst St. United Church Toronto.
(2) An evening of music with our irreverent friends from Ontario,
Perth County Conspiracy does not exist, appearing, Dont Miss It.
This poster is blank with spaces left for dates, times, etc. Illustrated
with an image of the band. [early to mid 1970s].
- The Police: The Police Picnic, Sunday August 23, 1981 at The
Grove, Oakville!! Their Only Canadian Appearance
A Bev, Capricorn,
Garys production. Illustrated with a printed b&w photograph
of three band members including Sting.
- Rolling Stones Steel Wheels Tour. American Tour. Features the tongue
logo taking the place of the stars on the American flag. List of American
cities on the bottom plus Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. 1989. On
Board; extreme oversize
- Sonny Emory: Sabian Cymbals and Long & McQuade Present An
Evening with Sonny Emory of Earth Wind & Fire, Sunday November 27,
1988 . The El Mocambo, Toronto. Hand lettered display card with
a b&w photograph of Emory pasted on.
- Sum 41: Sum 41 Half Hour of Power, Thursday December 28
The El Mocambo, Toronto. Half Hour of Power was released
in June 2000. The details on this particular concert are taped to the
col. poster featuring the band members
- Summerfest: Ye Old Brunswick House presents Summerfest Two Reggae
Carlene Davis, 22-23 June, Toronto.
- Sweet Blindness: Nickelodeon, Sweet Blindness Jan 3-16; Jericho,
Jan. 17-29, 279 Yonge. Toronto, drawing of jukebox by Frank Perold.
1974 or later in the 1970s.
- Toronto Folk Festival: The First Annual Toronto Folk Festival,
over 100 performers. .
Text only, black on yellow
Toronto Rock n Roll Revival 1969, Varsity Stadium Sept.
13; many performers are listed; illustrated by photographs. (card)
- Tragically Hip: The Tragically Hip in concert with special guests
Odds and Change of Heart
[Ste. Marie], MCA Concerts Canada, ; white on black
- The Who: Bill Graham Presents in SanFrancisco The Who, Cow Palace,
1973. Illustration of an owl, cat and castle. (card)
-Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto, 1994. Illustrated with col.
- Grain Exhibition and Conference, Regina, 1932. Display card, illustrated.
- Saint John Exhibition, 1929, The Maritimes Greatest Exhibition. Illustrated
with a clown and drum. Extreme oversize display card
-Western Fair, London, 1896. Illustrated with a map of South Western
Ontario. Paper poster glued to fabric
Lectures Illustrated by Stereopticon to be given under the auspices
of the Luther League of the English Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity.
Lectures for the 1908-1909 season are listed. Illustrated with printed
photographs of the Church and Rev. J.J. Clemens.
Movies (posters, leaflet, pressbook, display
cards; see also cartoons above)
-Coming Nelsons all Talking Pictures. Illustrated
with a printed photograph of C.A. Nelson. The Ross Print Limited, Halifax,
N.S. A square at the bottom is left blank to fill in dates and times.
-Cinematograph Times, 15 August 1931. The front cover is an advertisement
for Divorce, written and directed by A. Varney Serrao, Friday
August 21 at the New Gallery. Produced at the British &Dominions
Studios, Boreham Wood, Herts. Illustrated with a printed photograph.
The two inside pages have an advertisement for: Sterling Film
Co. Ltd. present the Viking, the first all-talking picture
made actually on the Arctic Icefields
enacted during the Great
Newfoundland Seal Hunt. Spoken prologue by Sir Wilfred Grenfell ...
the picture that cost the lives of the producer Varlick Frissell, and
25 members of the crew
Prince Edward Theatre
18. Directed by George Melford. Illustrated. The back cover is
an advertisement for Constance Bennett in The Common Law.
A PDC Picture. Contains quotations from reviews and printed photographs
of Bennett and the cast.
-Fox Theatre Glencoe; poster for movies playing from 18-23
August : Wallace Beery as Barnacle Bill and Gene Autry
in The Singing Hill, plus Laurel and Hardy in Busy
Bodies and Coffin on Wheels Crime Series Illustrated
with printed photographs of Beery, Marjorie Main and Gene Autry. Poster
- Gayety Theatre, Collingwood: four display cards for movies playing,
- United Artists Corp.: Gerry and the Pacemakers
Cross the Mersey, 1965; illustrated
- Yellow Submarine: United Artists Pressbook for The Beatles, Yellow
Submarine, b&w, 8 pages, 
- Walt Disney Productions Presents The Fox and the Hound,
. Poster contains and order form for the record, expires 31 Jan.
1982. Illustrated with animated characters from the film. Poster for
Long Playing Picture Disc Record.
-Canadian Stage and Radio Enterprises: Coming!
Perrin, Canadas Ace Comedian and His Clever Company in a Two-Hour
Blitz of Variety Vaudeville, Singers Dancers Acrobats
Comedians Magicians Musicians
This is a
Powassan, Mon. June 26. Printed by Coldwater
News Print, Coldwater, Ontario. Illustrated with a printed photograph
of Perrin. Poster
- Factory Theatre Lab. Hurray for Johnny Canuck, directed
by Ken Gass. November 1974. [Toronto]. Illustrated with drawings.
-Map of Disneyland, Anaheim, California, 1962
-Walt Disneys Big Trackmeet, featuring Mickey Mouse,
Donald Duck, Goofy, and Pluto. Ontex, No. 258, Made in Canada
- Qui Sera ??? Mr. Ottawa 1961
[with] a variety show. Illustrated with printed photographs
of Bob Simpson and Helen Rodier, as well as a previous winner.
-France: Cortege Historique, Franchimont Theux, 24 juillet 1949,
edité par le Commissariat general au tourisme. Historical procession,
24 July 1949, illustrated by a drawing by Leon Bertrand of a medieval
woman on a white horse led by a page. Poster
- Felix the Cat Tic Tac Toe Board Game, 1960
The following items are meant to be stuffed and used as pillows:
Little Orphan Annies dog
Little Orphan Annie
The following items are meant to be embroidered:
Vogue Needlecraft, no. 97, Mickey Mouse Series, copyright 1931, Walt
Disney Productions Ltd.: Mickey and Minnie Mouse with piano
Vogue Needlecraft, no. 98, Mickey Mouse Series, copyright 1931, Walt
Disney Productions Ltd.: Mickey and Minnie Mouse with umbrella
Head scarf (or bib):
Monkees: four band members are depicted with printed signatures
Tea-towel, all pure linen, made in Ireland, Ulster copyright:
The Beatles: four band members are depicted with printed signatures;
musical instruments form a border, ca. 1965
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