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Records of correspondence, promotion and production for the 1957 production of "Annie Get Your Gun" at Texas Wesleyan College.

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"Anne Get Your Gun" Expenses
"Anne Get Your Gun" Expenses
Expense log for the 1957 production of "Annie Get Your Gun."
"Anne Get Your Gun" Income
"Anne Get Your Gun" Income
Total income log for the 1957 production of "Annie Get Your Gun."
Music Plot "Annie Get Your Gun"
Music Plot "Annie Get Your Gun"
The music plot organized by Mason Johnson for the 1957 production of "Annie Get Your Gun" at Texas Wesleyan College.
Scene Chart-"Annie Get Your Gun": [with notes]
Scene Chart-"Annie Get Your Gun": [with notes]
A scene chart with notes on cast, singing chorus and dancing chorus for the 1957 production of "Annie Get Your Gun" at Texas Wesleyan College.
Scene Chart-"Annie Get Your Gun"
Scene Chart-"Annie Get Your Gun"
The scene chart for the 1957 production of "Annie Get Your Gun" at Texas Wesleyan College.
Texas Wesleyan College Division of Fine Arts presents "Anne Get Your Gun"
Texas Wesleyan College Division of Fine Arts presents "Anne Get Your Gun"
A document containing the performance information, production staff, cast, scene synopsis, and history of the 1957 production of "Annie Get Your Gun" at Texas Wesleyan College.
["1957" Sign]
["1957" Sign]
A "1957" promotional sign.
["Anne Get Your Gun" press release]
["Anne Get Your Gun" press release]
Press release for "Annie Get Your Gun" sent to East Side Advisor.
[Buffalo Bill postcard]
[Buffalo Bill postcard]
A postcard picturing Col. W.M. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill 1895) used for costume design inspiration for "Annie Get Your Gun."
[Correspondence between Bellah & Berlin]
[Correspondence between Bellah & Berlin]
Letter of correspondence between Donald Bellah and Irving Berlin, Inc. concerning requesting dates and costs for the production of "Annie Get Your Gun."
[Correspondence between Bellah & Cowser]
[Correspondence between Bellah & Cowser]
Letter of correspondence between Donald Bellah and R. L. Cowser, Jr. concerning Cowser's enthusiastic praise of the production "Annie Get Your Gun."
[Correspondence between Sone & Johnson]
[Correspondence between Sone & Johnson]
Letter of correspondence between Mason Johnson and Law Sone concerning Sone's appreciation of Johnson's work for the production of "Annie Get Your Gun."

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