Why the Chimes Rang, 1912 Elizabeth A McFadden

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Why the Chimes Rang, 1912 by Elizabeth A McFadden is a Christmas Play celebrating Diversity and Inclusion.
  • Adapted from an English tale by Raymond Donald Alden affirming the seasonal spirit, the play includes a full appendix with sections on Scenery, Lighting, Music and Costume with illustrations and Properties.
  • The play was written for Harvard University Professor George Pierce Baker's English '47 Workshop and soon became popular among amateur theatrical groups.

This play is in good vintage condition. A name, probably that of a cast member, is written on the cover; the pages are clear and unmarked.

The play measures 5" x 7" and has 56 pages.

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