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Hor^arth Press, 52 Tavistock Sq, London, WC 1 Holliday. An aid to the pageant producer and useful for Elizabethan plays and costumes. While it may not be fair to compare the group with the more mainstream and highly admired Berkeley Repertory Theater, Dyke says, it would benefit the Black Repertory to seek the advice of theatrical experts. The music for all songs will be found in the "Golden book of favorite songs," published by Hall and McCreary, Chicago.

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