Charles H. Boyle, "The Star Boarder Imitations of 'Sousa," 1890s. An original stone lithograph. Printed by: The Enquirer Job Printing Co, Cincinnati, Ohio. An American advertising Victorian entertainment poster called "The Star Boarder" for a show featuring a musical performer known as Charles H. Boyle, an early imitator of John Philips Sousa. He produced an American traveling vaudeville show called "The Star Boarder, That Funny Show". This poster presents him in seven different poses as he conducts the band. Size: 41" L x 27.75" W (104.1 cm x 70.5 cm) Size: 41" L x 27.75" W (104.1 cm x 70.5 cm) Size: 41" L x 27.75" W (104.1 cm x 70.5 cm) Size: 41" L x 27.75" W (104.1 cm x 70.5 cm)
Please note: This is an original lithograph. It is not a reproduction.
Provenance: private Lucille Lucas collection, Crested Butte, Colorado, USA
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