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Production of the opera La Traviata, Hollywood or Pomona, 1949
Bartlett, Adelbert, 1887-1966 (photographer)
University of California, Los Angeles. -- Library. -- Dept. of Special Collections (repository)
Amos, Arnet, -- 1911-1991 (subject)
Verdi, Giuseppe, -- 1813-1901. -- Traviata (subject)
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Bartlett (Adelbert) Papers
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3rd man onstage: Arnet Amos
Text from negative sleeve: Opera, 'Traviata,' 1949, 1.25 Spec $1.25
Five cast members onstage, man weeping in woman's lap, 2 men in formal dress, standing with heads down, 1 woman in maid's costume, hands clasped, with orchestra's lighted music stands visible below straight edge of stage
Possibly related to one of the following Los Angeles Times articles: 1. January 23, 1949, ‘La Traviata’ Will Be Sung in Pomona High. The Golden West Opera Company will present “La Traviata” in Pomona High School Auditorium Saturday night under auspices of the Pomona Valley Opera Club. Leading roles will be taken by Harold Reed, Maria de la Vega and Giovanni Zavatti. 2. June 5, 1949, Hollywoodians to Stage Opera. The public affairs section of the Woman’s Club of Hollywood will present the California Opera Theater in “La Traviata” in the clubhouse auditorium, 1749 N La Brea Ave., the night of June 17. The cast includes Maria de la Vega, Florence Timmerhoff, Pauline Farrell, Giovanni Zavatti, Harold Reed, Sidney Forrest, Arnet Amos, Al Bishoff and Orval Robertson. F. Camacho Vega is musical director. …
1 photographic negative
No linguistic content
Operas & operettas -- California
Los Angeles
Adelbert Bartlett Papers. Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA

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