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HOW THE MONEY FROM N . V . A . DAY IS USED FOR ARTISTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
HOW THE MONEY FROM N . V . A . DAY IS USED FOR ARTISTS April 6 th , 1921 . Mr . E . F . Albee , , . 1564 Broadway , New York City . My dear Mr . Albee : Your letter with check -was received , and I . want . to , thank you with all : my heart for the wonderful treatment that was given to , my husband and myself by you and the N . V . A . _ Yes , Mr . Albee , the N . V . A . was of wonderful assistance to my husband , and before he passed away he wanted me to tell Mr . Chesterfield to thank all for hi . m . Words cannot express my -thanks-towards- you . I am left all alone now . to continue with my \ york , and with the help pf- _ God I hope , all gqes .. well for me . Again I want to say to you and all the managers ,, many , many thanks for . all . they .. have done . May . God bless you all . Gratefully yours , EVELYN WOOD .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 22 April 1921
I EDDIE LEONARD REGRETS THAT GEORGE j FULLER GOLDEN IS NOT HERE TO SEE WHAT IS BEING DONE FOR THE VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS Editor , VAUDEVILLE NEWS : My only regret is that Mr . George Fuller Golden is ^ not living today to see what Mr . E . F . Albee is doing for the vaude r . vjlle artist . If George were alive there would not be-a man . or woman more happy than he over conditions as they are today in vaudeville—thanks to Mr . E . F . Albee . ( Signed ) EDDIE LEONARD , ( The Minstrel )
CHANGES FROM LUKEWARM MEMBER OF N . V . A . TO ONE OF ITS BIGGEST BOOSTERS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
CHANGES FROM LUKEWARM MEMBER OF N . V . A . TO ONE OF ITS BIGGEST BOOSTERS Editor , New York , April 18 , 1921 . THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS , 1562 Broadway , New York City . Dear Sir : Have been a member of the N . V . A . for four years , but just a member and a lukewarm one at that . But I have changed to one of its biggest boosters , and I will tell you why . A few days ago I had occasion to go to a certain office on business , and while waiting there I accidently saw three sheets of checks made out by the N . V . A . to needy professional members of the Order and also to professionals who were NOT members of the Order . This is the only organization on earth that I know of that helps those in distress who are not members of it , and all this beautiful work is done without blare of trumpets and is never mentioned by the Order—in fact , I never knew of it myself until I stumbled on to it . I was so impressed with what I saw that I wish every man and woman in the theatrical profession cou...
I 0 VEMENT IS STARTED TO REDUCE LOCAL BAGGAGE TRANSFER CHARGES FOR ARTISTS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
I 0 VEMENT IS STARTED TO REDUCE LOCAL BAGGAGE TRANSFER CHARGES FOR ARTISTS Effort Made to Get . Relief . From Excessive Fees Charged in Many Communities . Following receipt of a letter vfrbm iuel Gabbert , of The Gabberts , callng attention to the . fact that the . rate s : h ; irged in many communities : for I ansferring vaudeville • artists . &gt; , bagiage , between railroad- stations : and Wtres , , is excessive , Mr . E . F . Mbee has asked the co-operation of &gt; ll managers in an effor . t to secure reIef from this condition . K * . y £ , This is a movement requiring the Merest and assistance of . every , arist and so that they , ¦ as-well-as the Managers , may . be apprised of what Is going on , the correspondence * on he subject is published -herewith , in full : : ¦ ¦ ¦ .. . •; :. - ;• - ¦ - •¦ ST . LOUIS , MO ., V ¦ . April 15 th , 1921 . ! Ir - E . P . Albee , .,,: .,., 1564 Broadway , - New York City . Dear Mr . Albee : Vaudevilles new era of today is i...
I N . V . A . APPLICATIONS LAST WEEK I [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
I N . V . A . APPLICATIONS LAST WEEK I NAME Adrian C . Anson Lee Anson Joe Baker Al Benson Agnes Buckley Francis Durand Harry Ferris Jack Horner Helen Kllduff Jack G . Melville Chief Mohawk W . J . OBrien John P . Powers Frank Qulnn Chas . Russell Chas . W . Smith Valentine Vox F . W . Walters Arthur Barlow Madge Barlow W . H . Beckman Babette Busey Keke Challen Mrs . M . Downey Billy Gates LaDora Jimmy OMara Albert Marks Mildred Masor . Guy S . Massey Fred . Miller Joe Phillips Besse Rosa . Helen Silver Bee Trevor Margaret Walker J . K . Brennan Bertha Burke Anita Diaz W . F . Diaz Frank Ducrot Ben Fox Harold Glenn Sam Howard Curlle Judge Jene Martin Flo Morris Lillian Norwood Oscar Ragland Nan Rich Jimmy Rule Emma Sherman . Lee Sherman iSerlo Stavrov Wm . Vannerson i Jewell Barnett - John S . Bergman : Delia Hesel Joe Matt us Geo . Pembroke Ruth Poynton Harry Rappi Dean Raymond Wm . Flcardo Pauline Taylor Harry S . Watlkns Edythe Bollinger Ethel V . Cantor Thomas F . Herbert Harry...
N . V . A . DAY , APRIL 8 th , AT , THE PANTAGES IN TORONTO [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
N . V . A . DAY , APRIL 8 th , AT , THE PANTAGES IN TORONTO MINSTREL FIRST PART STAGED AS EXTRA ATTRACTION Manager , N . B . Miller , of the Pantages Theatre , Toronto , Canada , made one of the best showing of any theatre , in the United States or Can-, ada for N . V . A . Day . He used a special ^ 24-sheet stand , which proved splendid advance advertising . A photo of one of these stands is shown herewith . Besides the regular six acts three additional turns were put on for the matinee and the vaudeville show was followed by a minstrel first part , completing a three-hour show that went along without a hitch or wait . It set a standard for benefit performances that will stand for a long time . The incidental expenses for costumes , chair covers , etc ., were stood by the house . In spite of a heavy rainstorm on the afternoon in question the theatre was packed . On the bill were The Rising Generation , Frank Morrell , The Three Keltons , Saint &amp; Sinner Co ., Mason &...
HER ARTIST-SON MADE PROVISION FOR HER [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
HER ARTIST-SON MADE PROVISION FOR HER The following letter was received from the mother of a member of the N .- V .. A . at whose death the insurance money in the sum of $ 1 , 000 was sent to her : 128 Cottage St ., Auburn , , N . Y ., April 15 thM 921 . , .. Mr . E . F . Albee : Your kind letter and check re ceived . I was nearly heartbroken on my sons death . You cheered me up in your letter by saying that he was one good boy . Give my best wishes to the N . V . A ., of which my poor boy was a member . Hoping they will have years of success , I remain , Thankfully yours , s | ( Signed ) MARGARET K ,. MAHONEY . lltlllllllllllllllllltlllttllltllltllllllllllHIltlllllllllllllllllllllltllllllltlltllltlllllllllll
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
APOLLO Sf UDIOS ^ Inc , I I 218 WEST 46 th STREET . ( Opposite N . V . A . Club House ) I 4522 Bryant § NOTICE TO THE PROFESSION 5 i 100 Black and White , Size 8 x 10 , 6 Posei $ 22 . 00 1 : 100 Black and White Reproductions , 8 x 10 , 4 Poses 15 . 00 % \ CHARLM T . RE 1 LLY . . ..... . . . Manager ? olOUIXXM ^ I ^ I . H . KiUllillKlKiK . Mitl . M . H . HiKXKlKimiUM . H . I . l n , MiUi &gt; li &gt; MM | l | l &gt; l , H , H , M , H , » , I &lt;?
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
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N . V . A . SPORT N EWS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
N . V . A . SPORT N EWS AeUreta All Communication * to the Sporting Editor The N . V . A . baseball club journeyed to Philadelphia , Friday , April 22 nd , and debtee ! the I . A . T . S . E „ of that city at he National League park by the score of Tlie back stage boys were no match for tlie artists at any stage of the game . Sammy Smith struck out the first three -neti that faced hiitt j and then retired from ihe slab to allow his arm to keep in trim i ( or more formidable apponents . Joe Schenck relieved Smith and struck out 11 players . In the sixth frame , Smith hit , De towards Atlantic City for a home run , scoring Gorman and Rath . Hilly Gorman stopped a hot liner backhanded , that should have gone for two iases . It was a sensational catch . Hal Skelley was loaned to the I . A . T . S . I , hut could not save them . Pitcher John Singleton , of the Phillies , umpired the rontest . The boys . departed from the N . V . A . Club in New York City at 7 a . m ., and , eturned at 4 ...
AROUND THE VAUDEVILLE MAP [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
AROUND THE VAUDEVILLE MAP LOEW-LYONS By JIMMY LYONS DAYTON , OHIO . The name of the Loew Theatre here is : Loew s Dayton . The manager is Mr . Smith , better known as Smithy . He arranges a trip for the artists who play his house to the National Cash Register Companys plant . He supplies the machines tor the trip and there is a luncheon waittng _ for the crowd when they arrive there . It is indeed an interesting jaunt . This theatre goes into a split week policy May 22 nd . ___ Keith vaudeville moves to the Strand for the summer . A stock company will occupy Keith s . Dont fail to visit the aviation field here . A great sight . It is the largest of its kind in the world . The next stand is Cleveland . Yoii leave at 1 . 30 a . m . Occupy sleepers at 9 p . m . Arrived in Cleveland . at 7 . 30 a . m . KEITH SOUTHERN TIME By LONEY HASKELL JACKSONVILLE , FLA . Acts playing here the last half , play the following week at Tampa , St . Petersburg anil Orlando . Acts playing here first half ...
WHY KNOCK THE SMALLTOWN HOUSE AND THEATRE-GOERS [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
WHY KNOCK THE SMALLTOWN HOUSE AND THEATRE-GOERS Manager at Granite City Brings Up Point Worthy-of the Artist s Consideration The letter belaiv is printed for what it is worth . We think all these ; suggestions are worthy of consideration . If artists depreciate the business that they are making a living out of , then they are not doing - their part in upholding the standards of vaudeville . The successful circuits of today commenced in a small way in small towns , and most of our . successful vaudeville artists started the same way , so let us all boost and notknock . Washington Theatre , Granite City , 111 ., Feb . 28 , 1921 Dear Mr . Albee : Many times in THE VAUDEVILLE NEWS I read your interesting letters , also your personal letters sent to various managers , and I wish to . say I sure appreciate the changed conditions appearing all over the country in the show business . It seems to be becoming more commercial each day , a condition I have wished for : over ten years—or ever si...
I DRIVES AND PUTTS I [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
I DRIVES AND PUTTS I By CHAS . LEONARD FLETCHER THE GOLFERS IF ( After Kipling ) If 31011 can golf . —and not make golf your master ; If you can call each caddie by his name , If you can get in pits with dire disaster And keep right on smiling just the same . If you can play the game like Colonel Bogey , But never say I SHOULD be playing Par . If you can top your balls and glow with gladness Or foozle thrice and still appear serene , If slicing doesnt steep your soitl in sadness And you dont mind five putts on every green ; Yours is the Game and . all the fun that s in it . And — which is more — you re one Good Sport , myi . ladl LENA KROUCH . STUNG ! -.- . Contributed : I am one of those ardent golfers that can tell the other fellow how to play , but play poorly myself . When I get a drive of 160 yards I think Ive made a great discovery , and hasten to impart it to my fellow dubs . Just as the head of my driver was about to come in contact with the ball , a bee stung me in the seat...
A PAIR OF BABE RUTHS | [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
A PAIR OF BABE RUTHS | The above snapshot was made on the streets of Pittsburg recently and shows two of the N . V . A . s greatest baseball players discussing plans for the season . Oh , yesl they are Joe Brown ( left ) and Ernie Stanton , and they met when Joe was appearing as star in Jim Jam Jems and Ernie was headlining In vaudeville with his brother Val . ;
HE WAS THE LOSER [Newspaper Article] — Vaudeville News — 29 April 1921
HE WAS THE LOSER March 9 th , 1921 . Mr . E . F . Albee , Palace Theatre Building , Broadway &amp; 47 th Street , New York City . My dear Mr . Albee : I am now in a position to return to the N . V . A . Club the sum of $ 5 . 0 . 00 which , through you , I was able to get . Now that I am on my feet again , I want to express my sincere appreciation of your kindness in the matter—for you sure did help a man who was completely down and out . I feel that it is my duty to w-ite you the facts in this matter as I am sure , being so busy a man , you may not have detailed knowledge of my case . The cause of my getting into such desperate straits was due to my illness which I contracted while playing Sheridan Square , January of 1920 . I was in the hospital from that time until May . I might add that through the kindness of Mr . Denny Har ris , who has that get-together feeling , he sent word to the Hospital Officials advising them to spare no expense in order that I might be brought a...