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Photo: Wm. J. Le Moyne, bust, face l. (cabinet)
Apothecary, Wm. M. Olliffe Inc., 6 Bowery.
Yachts, International Yacht Race, Excursion Boats Following the Races.
Usher - Wm. A. Sunday Tabernacle
Wm. H. Rich & Son, Umbrellas.
[W. J. Le Moyne as Mr. Coach in "Baby".]
Week commencing Monday, May 24, 1880. James A. Herne's "Hearts of Oak", consisting of James A. Herne, Katharine Corcoran and their own powerful company
Wm. A. Brady's 48th St. Theatre
Wm. A. Crocker & Co. Fancy Goods and Comb Warehouse
Wm. S. Vanderbilt & Bros. ; A. Toth ; Tilton & McFarland
[W. J. Le Moyne as Jesse Rural in "Old Heads and Young Hearts".]
Monday evening, April 20, 1868, will be acted the magnificent play in five acts, of "Jack Cade; or, The Rebels of Kent"
Lyceum Theatre. "Sweet Lavender."
[W. J. Le Moyne and Fred Robinson in "The Private Secretary".]
From Rogue's Gallery, Brockway -- forger [Wm. E. Brockway] and [Franklin J.] Moses -- Ex Gov. of South Carolina.
Prof. Wm. James
Residence, Wm. Muschenheim.
Wm. Dawes, Artist
Wm. S. Kimball & Co.
Report of Wm. Stoughton
Wm. J. Suttie, Optician
Antique Wm. & Mary Room
Wm. Stentzel, Jeweler
Hon. Wm. F. Havemeyer
Gen. Wm. Booth
Mrs. Wm. S. Hains.
Gen. Wm. H. Harrison
Wm. A. Brodie
Wm. R. Beal
Wm. Ogden Giles
Wm. H. Schott
[Wm. Zinsser & Co.]
Wm. O. Butler
Wm. A. Crocker & Co.