Anne Goulden has used private letters from Charles Glenrose to Claude Chandler to paint a picture of the 1922 season in Aberystwyth. The letters provide an insight that would never be obtained from contemporary printed material. Despite Glenrose’s hope and optimism, it was a tough season.
The bill includes Lewis Davenport. Programmes of this type have the printer’s date at the bottom right of the front page. Also given is the fact that 1750 were printed. The date when this programme was presented to the public is not given. The pages illustrated are 1, 3, 4 and 8.
The bill includes Lewis Devonport (misspelling of Davenport), magician direct from London Halls. Lewis Devonport has given over 2,000 performances at Maskelyne’s Mysteries. Also on the bill was Sisters Wynne in a novelty musical act. This act may have been Winifred Davenport with her sister Ede.
The bill includes De Biere.
This ornate presentation was made at The Magicians’ Club Annual Dinner at the Imperial Hotel, London 17 September 1922. It is signed at the bottom by many well known magicians.