At the Theatre Notebooks. Six notebooks, 1905-1907, of notices of plays performed in New York and other major cities. Martin states in "Fore Word" that "the object of these little books of clippings is to keep a record of theatrical productions as seem to be worthy of note by the collector." Contents:
and reviews of 56 plays, 11 January 1905 to 22 May 1905.
clippings and reviews of 35 plays, 29 May 1905 to 24 April 1906.
clippings and reviews of plays, February 1906 to 6 August 1906.
clippings and reviews of 60 plays, April 1906 to 27 November 1906.
clippings and reviews of 59 plays, 19 November 1906 to 30 April 1907.
clippings and reviews of 59 plays of 1907.
Masonic Theatre Notebooks. Six notebooks containing clippings and reviews of plays acted at Masonic Theatre, Louisville, from 1906 through 1913. Contents:
clippings and reviews, 1906-1908.
clippings and reviews, 12 April 1909 to 28 September 1908.
clippings and reviews, 1909-1910
clippings and reviews, 1911-1912.
clippings and reviews, 1912-1913.
University of Louisville Players Notebooks. Three books containing clippings, reviews, and cast listings. Dates covered re as follows:
Plays and Players Appearing at Macauley's Theatrs. In total there are eighteen notebooks containing material relating to plays performed at Macauley's from 1904-1922. There are no apparent chronological gaps.
Titles of plays appearing in all the above collections save the University of Louisville Notebooks are listed in a index volume, titled Index to Plays. Reference is made to collection title, volume, and page on which a given title appears.
Summary. At The Theatre Notebooks: six volumes, 1905-1907, national shows and reviews. Masonic Theatre Notebooks: six volumes, 1906-1913, Louisville shows and reviews. University of Louisville Players Notebooks, three volumes, 1918-1921, University of Louisville productions. Macauley's Theatre Notebooks, eighteen-volumes, 1904-1922, Louisville shows and reviews. The Boyd Martin notebooks contain newspaper clippings, reviews of plays performed, and cast listings from programs of plays presented in Louisville from 1904 to 1922. Many of the reviews were written by Boyd Martin himself.