YOUR KIND INDULGENCE by Gladys Malvern
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YOUR KIND INDULGENCE

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Unusual, exciting source material on New York's first theatre, and the life of a town of 20,000 people, when Nassau Hill and Hanover Square were its heart. Sensitive and unusual love story as the heroine an actress, a proud and lovely girl, strives to maintain her dignity in a profession which had no social standing. Colorful details of the stage, the English world of acting, the American scene, the boats, coaches, conveyances, the fashions, the social problems abounding with vigor and prejudice, boarding houses, medical men- these are only a few of the details which liven the book. Appealing story, with an authentic setting.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1948
Publisher: Julian Messner