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PN6120.A5 O55 : World friendship plays for young people / costumes illus. by Florence Egan.  1929 1
PN6120.A5 P477 : A man called Jesus : a series of short plays from the life of Christ.  1959 1
PN6120.A5 P85 : Short plays from American history and literature for classroom use / by Olive M. Price; preface by William M. Davidson.  1925- 1
PN6120.A5 R498 : Ten minutes by the clock, and three other plays for out-door and in-door production. / With an introduction and general notes on production by Cora Mel Patten.  1923 1
PN6120.A5 W18 : Little plays from American history for young folks.  1914 1
PN6120.A5 W35 1925 : Snow White and the seven dwarfs; a fairy tale play based on the story of the brothers Grimm / by Jessie Braham White; with music by Edmond Rickett.  1925 1
PN6120.A5 W76 : New plays from old tales, arranged for boys and girls / by Harriet Sabra Wright; illustrated by Leon D'Emo.  1927 1
PN6120.C5 H372 : Six Christmas plays / edited and translated by Michael J. Heath and William Tydeman.  1971 1
PN6120.C5 K22 : A treasury of Christmas plays; royalty-free stage and radio dramas for young players.  1958 1
PN6120.C5 S48 : The Appleton book of Christmas plays. / Edited by Frank Shay.  1929 1
PN6120.C6 C5   2
PN6120.C6 S27 : Tested one-act plays : non-royalty successes from school and college theatre groups-- including suggestions for playwriting and production / selected and edited by Oscar E. Sams ; with introductory chapters by William G.B. Carson.  1939 1
PN6120.C65 B3 : Generations; an introduction to drama. / Edited by M. S. Barranger and Daniel B. Dodson.  1971 1
PN6120.H3 B5 : Big book of Halloween entertainments, a collection of original plays, poems and novelties written especially for this book.  1944 1
PN6120.H5 M6 : Six anti-Nazi one act plays / edited by Stephen Moore.  1939 1
PN6120.H5 R85 : Washington shall hang : a drama of lost revolution / Robert Wallace Russell.  1976 1
PN6120.H7 M5 : Holiday plays ; five one-act pieces for Washington's birthday, Lincoln's birthday, Memorial day, Fourth of July and Thanksgiving / by Marguerite Merington ...  1910 1
PN6120.H7 O4 : Holiday plays for home, school and settlement / by Virginia Olcott ; designs for costumes by Harriet Mead Olcott.  1928 1
PN6120.H7 S5 : The Appleton book of holiday plays / edited by Frank Shay.  1930 1
PN6120.M3 B6 : A Book of masques ; in honour of Allardyce Nicoll.  1967 1
PN6120.M5 R6 : The Harvard dramatic club miracle plays; ten plays translated and adapted by various hands / edited with notes of production and music by Donald Fay Robinson. Preface by George Pierce Baker.̋  1928 1
PN6120.M9 C3 : Famous plays of crime and detection, from Sherlock Holmes to Angel Street / compiled by Van H. Cartmell and Bennett Cerf. Introd. by John Chapman.  1946 1
PN6120.O7 F6 : Orestes and Electra; myth and dramatic form. / Edited by William M. Force.  1968 1
PN6120.P3 M35 : Twelve mime plays.  1933 1
PN6120.R2 C57 : Columbia workshop plays.  1939 1
PN6120.R2 C594 : More by Corwin; 16 radio dramas / by Norman Corwin, with an introduction by Clifton Fadiman.  1944 1
PN6120.R2 C62 : Thirteen by Corwin, radio dramas / by Norman Corwin, with a preface by Carl Van Doren.  1942 1
PN6120.R2 D5 : Radio sketches and how to write them / by Peter Dixon.  1936 1
PN6120.R2 F67 : The Free Company presents ... : a collection of plays about the meaning of America / with an introduction by James Boyd.  1941 1
PN6120.R2 H395 : Nine African plays for radio / edited by Gwyneth Henderson & Cosmo Pieterse.  1973 1
PN6120.R2 L28 : The long way home / by Sgt. Millard Lampell; preface by William Rose Benét, forewords by Col. Howard A. Rusk and Lt. Col. Merle Armitage.  1946 1
PN6120.R2 L35 : Radio continuity types / Sherman Paxton Lawton ...  1938 1
PN6120.R4 A18   3
PN6120.R4 B743 : The golden book of church plays : a compilation of one-act plays and pageants selected and adapted for production by teenagers and adults for the inspiration of audiences and participants / by Lawrence M. Brings.  1955 1
PN6120.R4 E45 : Plays for the changing world / compiled by Harold Ehrensperger.  1938 1
PN6120.R4 E74 : Dramatized stories of hymns and hymn writers / by Ernest K. Emurian.  1941 1
PN6120.R4 F4   2
PN6120.R4 H67 : Six Bible plays / by Mabel Hobbs and Helen Miles; issued under the auspices of the Bureau of educational dramatics, Playground and recreation association of America.  1924 1
PN6120.R4 S94 : Great Christian plays; a collection of classical religious plays in acting versions and of selected choral readings suitable for a worship service / edited by Theodore MacLean Switz and Robert A. Johnston.  1956 1
PN6120.R4 W2 : The Bible as drama / by Lawrence Waddy.  1975 1
PN6120.R5 N5 : Revues; a book of short sketches / edited by Kenyon Nicholson ... preface by Florenz Ziegfeld.  1926 1
PN6120.T4 C5 : Television plays.  1955 1
PN6120.2 .D56 1992 : Discoveries : fifty stories of the quest / [compiled by] Harold Schechter, Jonna Gormely Semeiks.  1992 1
PN 6120.2.M48 1996 : Micro fiction : an anthology of really short stories / edited by Jerome Stern.  1996 1
PN6120.95.D45 N48 : The new mystery : the International Association of Crime Writers' essential crime writing of the late 20th century / edited by Jerome Charyn ; [illustrations by Vidal Centero].  1993 1
PN6121 .B85 1901a   2
PN6121 .C6 1906 : A selection from the world's great orations illustrative of the history of oratory and the art of public speaking.  1906 1
PN6121 .C65 1958 : The world's great speeches.  1958 1
PN6121 .H28   23
PN6121 .M2 : Orations of Demosthenes pronounced to excite the Athenians against Philip, king of Macedon; and on occasions of public deliberation / with introductions by the translator, Thomas Leland, D.D., and a special introduction by Epiphanius Wilson.  1900 1
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