|Program - Vocal Concert by the Old Homestead Quartet, Opera House, January 25, 1895. Rosenthal's Popular Course booklet. Two copies.||Program||A||25||08|
|Program - Concert by the Beacon Symphony Club, Opera House, February 23, 1895. Rosenthal's Popular Course booklet.||Program||A||25||09|
|Program - Concert by the New York Philharmonic Club, Opera House, February 27, 1895. Rosenthal's Popular Course, booklet.||Program||A||25||10|
|Program - Gondoliers, presented by the Trinity Church Choir, directed by George Morgan McKnight, Opera House, February 20-22, 1895||Program||A||25||11|
|Program - The Gondoliers, the cast, performed by the Trinity Church Choir, Opera House, February 20-22, 1895.
Program - The New Boy, partial cast, starring James T. Powers, managed by Charles Frohman, Opera House, February 1, 1895. Pasted back to back.||Program||A||25||12|
|Program - Rosenthal's Star Concert, featuring the Verdi Ladies Quartette, Opera House, March 14, 1895.
Program - Peaceful Valley, starring Sol Smith Russell and cast, probably Opera House, March 22, 1895. Pasted back to back.||Program||A||25||13|
|Program - The Isle of Champagne, starring Thomas Q Seabrooke and his company, Opera House, March 20, 1895. The Bill of the Play, first page.||Program||A||26||01|
|Program - Peaceful Valley, starring Sol Smith Russell, Opera House, March 29,1895. The Bill of the Play, first page.||Program||A||26||02|
|Booklet - Program for The Politician, starring Roland Reed and directed by E.B. Jack, Opera House April 1, 1895. The First Annual Usher's Benefit.||Booklet||A||26||03|
|Program - The Politician, presented by the Roland Reed Company, The Usher's Benefit, Opera House, April 1, 1895. First page of The Bill of the Play. 2 copies||Program||A||26||04|
|Program - Cap. Lettablair, starring E. H. Sothern, managed by Daniel Frohman, Opera House, April 6, 1895. The Bill of the Play. Ticket stub attached.||Program ||A||26||05|
|Program - Kellar, assisted by Mrs Kellar, Opera House, June 7, 1895. The Bill of the Play, first page only.||Program||A||26||06|
|Program - Concert, Ovide Musin Concert Co., Opera House, March 26, 1895.
Program - Cap. Lettablair, starring E.H. Sothern, Opera House, April 6, 1895.
Program - 1492, produced by E.E. Rice, Opera House, no date given.
Program - Concert by the Boston Festival Orchestra, Emil Mollenhauer, conducting, Opera House, May 23, 1895. Pasted back to back.||Program||A||26||07|
|Program - Elmira Athletic Club Minstrels,Lyceum, May 7-8 (no year). Single folded sheet.||Program||B||01||01|
|Program - Virginius, starring James O'Neil, Robinson Theatre, October 30, 1895. Booklet format.||Program||B||01||02|
|Program - YMCA Concert, Lyceum, November 1, 1895.||Program||B||01||04|
|Program - YMCA Concert, Lyceum, November 1, 1895. Pasted on backing.||Program||B||01||05|
|Program - Brownies, produced by C.B. Jefferson, Klaw,& Erlanger, Lyceum, November 8-9, 1895. Two copies: a booklet,(A), partial (B).||Program||B||01||06|
|Program - Josephine, Empress of the French, starring Rhea, Lyceum, November 13, 1895. Booklet||Program||B||01||07|
|Handbill - Mowry's Oyster Bay's presentation of the diagram of the Lyceum Theatre, no date. ||Handbill||B||01||08|
|Program - Brownies in Fairyland, presented by Jefferson, Klaw and Erlanger, for the benefit of the Y.M.C.A., Lyceum, February 15-16, 1895. Two loose sheets.||Program||B||01||09|
|Program - 8 Bells,presented by the Brothers Byrne, Lyceum, November 15, 1895. Booklet format.||Program||B||02||01|
|Program - The Politician, starring Roland Reed and his company, Lyceum. November 18, 1895. Booklet format.||Program||B||02||02|
|Program - A Trip to Chinatown, a production from Hoyt's Theatre in New York City, Lyceum, November 19, 1895. Booklet format. ||Program||B ||02||03|
|Program - The Gilhooleys Abroad, featuring the Gormans, Lyceum, November 21, 1895. Booklet format.||Program||B||02||04|