Research Catalog

Karl Bernstein scrapbooks

Title
Karl Bernstein scrapbooks, 1925-1971.
Author
Bernstein, Karl, 1894-1983.

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Vol/DateFormatAccessStatusCall NumberLocation
Leave it to me, 1938-1939Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22037 Leave it to me, 1938-1939Offsite
Victor Borge, 1955-1956Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22038 Victor Borge, 1955-1956Offsite
Let's face it, 1941Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22039 Let's face it, 1941Offsite
Let's face it, 1942-1943Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22040 Let's face it, 1942-1943Offsite
A hatful of rain, 1954-1956; The night circus, 1958Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22041 A hatful of rain, 1954-1956; The night circus, 1958Offsite
Guys and Dolls, 1950-1951Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22042 Guys and Dolls, 1950-1951Offsite
Guys and Dolls, 1951-1952Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22043 Guys and Dolls, 1951-1952Offsite
Guys and Dolls, 1952-1953Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22044 Guys and Dolls, 1952-1953Offsite
Affairs of the State, 1950-1951; The Pink Jungle, 1959; Lock up your Daughters, 1960; I'm with you, 1960Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22045 Affairs of the State, 1950-1951; The Pink Jungle, 1959; Lock up your Daughters, 1960; I'm with you, 1960Offsite
Holiday for Girls, 1944; As Long as You're Healthy, 1949; The Marriage-Go-Round, 1958-1959Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22046 Holiday for Girls, 1944; As Long as You're Healthy, 1949; The Marriage-Go-Round, 1958-1959Offsite
The Tempest, 1944-1945; King Lear, 1950; The Alchemist, 1964Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22047 The Tempest, 1944-1945; King Lear, 1950; The Alchemist, 1964Offsite
Can-Can, 1953-1954Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22048 Can-Can, 1953-1954Offsite
Can-Can, 1954-1955; Three for Tonight, 1955; Wait Until Dark, 1965-1967Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22049 Can-Can, 1954-1955; Three for Tonight, 1955; Wait Until Dark, 1965-1967Offsite
Banjo Eyes, 1941-1942Moving imageSupervised useAvailableMWEZ+ n.c. 22050 Banjo Eyes, 1941-1942Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre
Banjo Eyes, 1942Moving imageSupervised useAvailableMWEZ+ n.c. 22051 Banjo Eyes, 1942Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre
New Brighton Theatre and other venues, 1925Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22052 New Brighton Theatre and other venues, 1925Offsite
Where's Charley?, 1948-1949Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22053 Where's Charley?, 1948-1949Offsite
Where's Charley?, 1949-1951Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22054 Where's Charley?, 1949-1951Offsite
Rosalinda, 1942-1943Moving imageSupervised useRequestMWEZ+ n.c. 22055 Rosalinda, 1942-1943Offsite
Rosalinda, 1943; Catch a Star, 1955; Blood Wedding, 1958; La Ronde, 1960; Lord Pengo, 1962-1963; 3 for Tonight, 1955Moving imageSupervised useAvailableMWEZ+ n.c. 22056 Rosalinda, 1943; Catch a Star, 1955; Blood Wedding, 1958; La Ronde, 1960; Lord Pengo, 1962-1963; 3 for Tonight, 1955Performing Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Details

Description
13 lin. ft. (46 scrapbooks).
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Clippings.
  • Reviews.
  • Scrapbooks.
  • Playbills.
Cite As (note)
  • Karl Bernstein scrapbooks, Billy Rose Theatre Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Source (note)
  • Bernstein Gift
Biography (note)
  • Karl Bernstein was a theatrical publicist for New York theater productions from 1925 to 1970.
Processing Action (note)
  • Cataloged
Call Number
MWEZ+ n.c. 22037-22070
Author
Bernstein, Karl, 1894-1983.
Title
Karl Bernstein scrapbooks, 1925-1971.
Summary
The Karl Bernstein Scrapbooks contain clippings, programs, press releases, reviews, halftones, and some photographs of theater productions spanning his career from 1925 to 1971. Included are scrapbooks for numerous musicals by such composers as Cole Porter, Frank Loesser, Vernon Duke, Jule Styne, Morton Gould, Kurt Weill, and Sandy Wilson, as well as some plays and operettas. Among the many shows represented in this collection are ANYTHING GOES (1934); RED, HOT, AND BLUE! (1936); LEAVE IT TO ME (1938); CABIN IN THE SKY (1940); LET'S FACE IT (1941); BANJO EYES (1942); ONE TOUCH OF VENUS (1943); ON THE TOWN (1944); BILLION DOLLAR BABY (1945); HIGH BUTTON SHOES (1947); WHERE'S CHARLEY (1948); GUYS AND DOLLS (1950); CAN-CAN (1953); Victor Borge's COMEDY IN MUSIC (1953); THE BOY FRIEND (1954); SILK STOCKINGS (1955); A HATFUL OF RAIN (1955); MAJOR BARBARA (1956); and WAIT UNTIL DARK (1966).
Cite As:
Karl Bernstein scrapbooks, Billy Rose Theatre Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Biography
Karl Bernstein was a theatrical publicist for New York theater productions from 1925 to 1970. Bernstein began his career as a vaudeville critic but soon became a theatrical publicist in the 1920s representing theatres in his native Brooklyn. Moving to Broadway he publicized such noted works as those written by Gershwin and Cole Porter. He was a founding member of the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers. He died in New York in 1983.
Occupation
Press agents New York, N.Y.
Research Call Number
MWEZ+ n.c. 22037-22070
MWEZ+ n.c. 22074-22085
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