"Let's Go" An Intimate Revue in Two Acts and Ten Scenes Presented at the Mountain Lakes Clubhouse Auditorium Entire Proceeds from the Revue Will be Used for Unemployment Relief.
(Americana - Community Based Depression Relief - New Jersey - Mountain Lakes)

Mountain Lakes, New Jersey: The Associated Clubs, 1933. F (24) pages, with the program's activities interspersed throughout, bracketed by advertisements for local businesses and supporters. The title page notes that "Entire Proceeds from the Revue Will be Used for Unemployment Relief" and a further note, "...we don't want you to lose sight of the reasons for the presentation of this revue. "Let's Go!" has been presented by an association of local organizations to combat the effects of the depression....your admissions will be used: in clearing up old bills, in meeting expenses for the education and care of children. In some cases by small regular payments for a limited period it can save homes and keep families together. It will prevent a loss of morale, and a continuation of proper living standards..." Ten clubs were associated for the production; the list of credits includes thanking Ozzie Nelson for the use of sound equipment. Advertisers were the Great Eastern Stores, A. Del Signore prime meats, Nelson C. Doland, Lawyer, Benjamin J. Biddle cabinet maker, John C. Wilkie, Inc., Mountain Lakes Garage, Drug Store, J.J. Newberry Co., Cobb Farm Dairy, Dawson Lumber and Coal Co., Wayside Farms and more, including many businesses from nearby Boonton and Morristown. Approx. 5 1/4" x 8 1/2" size. Bound in pink stapled printed paper wraps. A few tops of leaves roughly opened, no loss to text. Soiling, old fold line; in good condition. Good Paperback (Item ID: 24523)


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