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Circular for the Liberty Theatre advertising the musical revue "The Bandana Girls," possibly between 1912 and 1939

author: Liberty Theatre (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
extent: [1] p.
summary: Circular for the Liberty Theatre in Chattanooga, Tennessee advertising the musical revue The Bandana Girls for the week starting Monday, May 10. The name and address of the Liberty Theatre and the date of the performance are listed at the top of the page. The flier describes The Bandana Girls as a musical revue with twenty-five people, eight serenaders and twelve beautiful dancing girls. Photographs of the revue, interspersed between sections of text, show dancers and a nine-piece band. The Liberty Theatre was run by Sam Reevin, treasurer and manager of Theatre Owners Booking Association (T.O.B.A.).
repository: Middle Georgia Archives
collection: Charles Henry Douglass business records
box: 22
folder: 220
item: 12

Legge, Boisy de
Reevin, Sam E.
Liberty Theatre (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
Chattanooga (Tenn.)
Entertainment events--Tennessee
Advertising fliers--Tennessee
Bands (Music)--United States
African American musicians--Employment--Tennessee--Chattanooga
African American singers--Employment--Tennessee--Chattanooga
African American dancers--Employment--Tennessee--Chattanooga
Bandana Girls (Musical show)

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310 E. [East] 9th St. [Street] WEEK COM. [COMMENCING] MON. [MONDAY] MAY 10

[Note: Stage photograph of performers]
"The Bandana Girls"]

[Note: Stage photograph of musicians, the Bandana Jazz Serenaders, showing their name on the bass drum at center] Bandana Jazz Sereranders [Serenaders]
A Musical Revue with 25 People
8 Serenaders & 12 Beautiful Dancing Girls]

[Note: Stage photograph of an action scene in which a man is caught in a tug-of-war between two women as the rest of the cast looks on]
Don't Fail to See This Super Attraction
You'll Agree It's One of the Best You've Ever Seen]