Gilbert and Sullivan Society Letter regarding future production, Rice Institute
Davies, Joseph Illot, 1896-1966
Typewritten letter from Joseph I. Davies, treasurer of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society, to faculty members and their wives, informing them of the selection of the operetta “Patience” for production in the spring, along with a request for financial contributions. The letter is dated December 4, 1951. Original resource is a paper document.
In 1951, a small group of Rice Institute faculty and their wives started the Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Using the resources and talent of the university, the group staged productions of Gilbert and Sullivanâ€™s greatest plays. Performances not only took place at Hamman Hall and Cohen House, but also at the Kinkaid School and local churches.
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