Week of May 30th 1898 (undated, but confirmed with research)
List of Matinees, what is playing at all the major theatres, and who is performing in each:
Ticket sales for all events, including Royal Military Tournament (every Morning and Evening this week) as well as Ascot Races.
16 pages + covers.
Very fine condition, slight browning on bottom of covers.
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