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Thirty-fourth Season, 1914–1915
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Edison. Diamond-Disc Phonographs,
THIRTY-FOURTH SEASON, NINETEEN’ HUNDRED FOURTEEN AND FIFTEEN
Sixteenth Rehearsal and Concert
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 5, at 2.30 o'clock
Every licensee shall not, in his place of amusement, allow any person to wear upon the head a covering which obstructs
the view of the exhibition or performance in such place of any person seated in any seat therein provided for spectators,
it being understood that a low head covering without projection, which does not obstruct such view; may be worn.
9 Attest, J. M. GALVIN. City Clerk