Over the holidays I received an e-mail from Robert Brown, a correspondent from Texas. He enclosed the front and abck of an admission to performance by William Gillette in 1930. I had never seen one before. This one was likely never used, as the remainder would have been torn in two at the door. It is certainly strnage, even bizarre what ephemera survive the sands of time, and are treasured today. This is certainly a prime example of serendipidy.
An Admission Ticket that was never used!