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Uncle Tom's Cabin ephemera scrapbooked on the pages of a 1882 Catalogue of Otto Young & Co. Ephemera includes show tickets, business cards, show broadsides, handbills, newspaper clippings, business licenses, business receipts and morepertaining mostly to various traveling productions of Uncle Tom's Cabin under the headings of Ogden Brothers, Hatch Brothers, Langstaffs Double Mammoth and more. One outstanding example is the Uncle Tom's Cabin Play Broadside from Boston,3.75" x 24", red ink on white advertising C.H. Smith's Double Mammoth Uncle Tom's Cabin Company with illustration of cabin and slave,circa 1890, printed by Boston Job Printing. Most correspondence addressed to Albert Steele who isidentified as an agent in various communications throughout. Majority of catalogue pages are covered with the glued paper ephemera. Wear on binding and some loose pages. 10 1/4" L x 7" W x 1 1/4" D.