Santa Cruz, CA: Unique Theatre, 1905. First Edition. Small 8vo.  pp. Illustrations. Pink printed wrappers in near fine condition (short closed tear to upper edge of first two pages; minor wear to extremities; a bit of fraying to page edge of rear cover) An unusual and early Santa Cruz pamphlet, no copies located in on-line institutions. Item #19504
The theatre program for the week commencing July 17, 1905 featuring Laces and Graces by John Bratton; The Lobsters Promenade by Porter Steele; Joe Byron and May Blanch in their original comedietta entitles Matrimonlal Sweets in Family Jars; J. W. Sterns, the California High Baritone singing Way Down in Old Indiana; The Famous Necromancer, Christopher; Tyler Burton, Comedian; Special Engagement Ferguson and Miss Lulu Beeson, the Champion Lady Soft-Shoe Dancer of the World and Winner of Richard K. Fox Medal for 1903-1904-1905; and On the Bioscope 'A Good Old 5c Trolley Ride'. Includes numerous business advertisments.