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FREE! F MADA show w Gr Green Ceramics A all the BEST At Antiques A Shops and Sh this month h Collection Co Celebrated d Shows! Sh Page 11 Page 3 Pa Page 13 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID GLENWOOD, MN PERMIT NO. 177 Return Service Requested www.TheOldTimes.com P.O. Box 1, Glenwood, MN, 56334 June 2018 Vol. 28 No. 6 • “Vintage, Collectible, & Antique Treasures” Curtain going up! Collecting Broadway show posters... both hits and bombs What do you do when the house lights come up following your very favorite movie? Well, you buy another ticket, and watch it again (like the lady from Wales, who viewed The Sound of Music 900-plus times.) And then you buy the DVD, for perpetual re-watching. What do you do when your favorite Broadway show closes? Not much. Live theater Smack Dab is transitory: When it’s in the over, it’s Middle over. Sure, Design Trends illicit videos, of the Mid-20th recorded Century solely for reference By Donald-Brian Johnson purposes, occasionally surface. And if it’s a Broadway musical, there’s usually lly an original cast album available for your ur listening pleasure. There are playbills and nd souvenir showbooks to thumb through, Beauty and the Beast music boxes to sigh gh over, and Phantom of the Opera half- masks to hang on your walls. But for the true Broadway buff, the best keepsake is a window card. These 14 x 22 inch posters are slices of the- atrical history and almost every show has one. There are window cards for thee classics (My Fair Lady, Oklahoma!); Top to bottom: Celebrating its for the popular-in-their-time-but-now- 75th anniversary this year: Okla- overlooked (Redhead, Li’l Abner); and homa! The original 1943 poster for the out-and-out flops (Sherry, Legs design was by Witold Gordon; La Cage aux Folles, William M. Diamond, and oh, so many more.) Berta’s nightclubby poster design Window cards got their name because, from 1983; One of the show’s in the beginning, that’s what they stars in Charlie and Algernon was a trained white mouse. Are you were. At one time, New York City was wondering why this 1980s show home to a nest of theatrical ticket bro- wasn’t a hit? Poster artwork by kers, licensed to sell theater tickets for, Miller; Tom Morrow captured the essence of pre-World War II Berlin, essentially, whatever they could get. in his design for the Cabaret poster, Agency windows were plastered with 1966; The waif you can’t forget: Dewynters’ iconic illustration for Les BROADWAY cont. on page 4 Misérables, 1987. Posters courtesy of Michael Deatz ited METROPROMOS, INC. Presents ttss TWO TW Fantastic Fa antasti ant tic Shows! Shows Shows! 100's ique, Vintage & Craft Lim ce 20 t th 27 th www.CambridgeAntiqueFair.com o Antiqf Spa ble ila a A n Sho Ann ual A nn ual Deale ues Ava ok RAIN or SHINE rs! 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The rest are in Reprinted courtesy of Toy Farmer magazine specially built glass cases, and probably rep- resent everything the John Deere Company ever Joe Kemper has a phrase he manufactured, however briefly. likes to use when showing visi- There are knives, pens, place- tors around his spacious, well-or- mats, calendars, signs, bottle open- ganized basement showroom. ers, ashtrays, marbles and clocks. MINNESOTA ANTIQUES “Know what this is?” Then he There’s a child’s breakfast set, a DEALERS ASSOCIATION proceeds to explain: “It’s a John cow-shaped bank, Frisbees, radiator Deere branding iron for steaks,” tops, several crock jars, a card table, Antiques & Decorative or “a set of John Deere Christmas a barstool, a billfold, steins, tractor ornaments,” or “a John Deere tool seats, operators’ manuals, a bow tie, Arts Show kit,” or “a John Deere safety flag,” a coin purse, and a kitchen match- Minnesota’s Premiere Antique Show or “a can of John Deere snow- box holder. mobile oil,” or “a fitting to hold A man’s hatpin, probably made June 9, 2018 ‡ 10 a.m.-6 p.m. John Deere silo staves,” or “a hog of copper, showing the trademark June 10, 2018 ‡ 11 a.m.-4 p.m. oiler.” There’s a good chance the deer jumping over an old-time casual visitor might not be able plow, is still in its package, as is a ANTIQUES APPRAISAL BOOTH to identify or has never even seen BY REVERE AUCTIONS set of pewter spoons. Joe’s favorite most of them. SAT & SUN 1:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M. ashtray, from Borgmann Implement $10.00 PER ITEM WITH PAID ADMISSION After some 57 years of dedi- in Sauk Centre, Minn., has a picture cated collecting, it’s understand- of the John Deere Model A used on h FREE PARKING, Handicap Accessible h able that Joe has a variety of his dad’s farm in the 1950s. FINE ARTS BUILDING, MINNESOTA STATE FAIR GROUNDS pieces, some of them rare. Most 1442 COSGROVE STREET, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA 55108 There’s a genuine John Deere ADMISSION $6 ‡ $1 OFF WITH THIS AD he picked up as bargains, hidden all-weather antifreeze bottle opener, away in a box at a farm auction or plus cans of motor and snowmobile MNAntiquesDealers.com as some unidentified object at a oil, a cream separator and a box of swap meet. fertilizer, all testimony to various 651.430.0095 Joe’s toy tractor and farm products the company produced equipment collection is huge, but he displays only a small part at over the years. Even Barbie gets Taking a Trip? into the act, a typical farm girl in Check out shows, auctions and markets a time in a basement room in his Joe Kemper holding a John Deere her pink John Deere T-shirt. along your route online. farm home near Melrose, Minn. Barbie, one of the many unique John Deere items in his collection. Photo by John Deere cont. on page 10 www.TheOldTimes.com Jean Paschke July Weekend Sale! July 6th,7th & 8th Elko Traders’ Market 35th Annual Antiques and Vintage Sale Indoor/Outdoor – Rain or Shine Only 20 minutes south of 494 on I-35 Exit 76, West 1/4 mile. Shop 300 booth spaces with a huge selection of fine antiques & collectables, furniture, vintage treasures, unique decorative items, re-purposed pieces, architectural & agricultural salvage, mantiques, signs, vintage jewelry, and much more. Beautiful setting, great food and free parking. 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Theater Wescott Station memorabilia lovers often made the rounds of the agencies, hoping to wheedle cards promoting ows, from recently closed shows, $QWLTXHV ‡ &ROOHFWLEOHV ‡ )XUQLWXUH agents who were 7 ROOMS FULL! usually willing YES! ˆ ´W SJ -XIQW to oblige—for a We’re ˆ 7XEMRIH +PEWW ;MRHS[W Buying! ˆ 6IEWSREFPI 4VMGIW price. 3XLIV 7LSTW 2IEVF] And then, 3TIR (EMP] EQ TQ ˆ 'PSWIH 7YRHE] ticket scalping ;IWX XL 7XVIIX ˆ 7X 4EYP 12 was banned in &PSGO ;IWX SJ <GIP ERH 6MZIV 'IRXIVW New York. Agents ‡ Wally & Kurt Wescott either closed up shop, or moved their base of oper- Mall of St. Paul ations to less strin- gent New Jersey, 1817 Selby Ave taking their window w (Corner of Selby & Fairview) cards with them. 6W 3DXO 01 ‡ What www.MallOfStPaul.com were theater lovers to do? Antiques ‡ Clothing ‡ Vintage ‡ Furniture Luckily, poster Retro ‡ Collectibles ‡ Jewelry ‡ Vinyl specialist Roger Puckett, 7XHVGD\ 6XQGD\ ‡ DP SP of NYC’s Triton Gallery, per- suaded printers South St. Paul that there was a market for window cards Antique An Antiq t qu que q e Shops Shops hops amongst the hordes of fans filling the city’s 94 on, theater seats. 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(In the Twin Cities Metro) Sun. 4-8 Jgotch@TheNicNac.com The Old Times 10 #PY t (MFOXPPE ./ June 2018 5 Broadway from Page 4 is paramount: those glowing Cats eyes, for instance, or the sad-faced little Les Top to bottom: Show Boat has seen Miserables girl. If a star is taking center numerous reincarnations. This ro- stage, then the poster had better, in some mantic poster image dates from the musical’s 1994 Broadway revival. The way, emphasize that. When Zero Mostel eagle of liberty hatches in Fay Gage’s became the breakout star of Fiddler on poster design for 1776. The original the Roof, the poster’s central dancing 1969 poster was printed on parchment- like paper mounted on cardboard. Flower girl image was supplanted by a dancing, Drum Song, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s fiddle-playing Zero. On a roof. entry for 1958. Poster design by Talivaldis Professional illustrators do their best Stubis. David Edward Byrd’s stately showgirl image for 1971’s Follies. Later that year, Byrd to capture a show’s intent, usually after was called upon to craft a design in a similar perusing the script, and meeting with the style for Godspell. Charles M. Schultz brought show’s creative team. Often, it’s a thank- his own beloved comic strip characters to life in the poster design for 1971’s revival of You’re less assignment. Hilary Knight, creator A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Posters courtesy of of magnificent posters for such shows Michael Deatz as Sugar Babiesbies and No, No, Nanette, Over 65 YEARS was once of Lighting called LAMPSHADES Expertise! upon to Complete Selection provide All Styles ‹ 3(47: poster art ‹ 3(47:/(+,: Enhancing Your Lighting Heritage ‹ -0?;<9,: for Tim- buktu!, 952-881-2636 VINTAGE & REPRODUCTION SALES director 9911 Lyndale Ave S SERVICE East & South of 35W at 98th St. TWIN CITIES ES Geoffrey Open Five Days (CLOSED SUN. & MON.) BEST REPAIR IR Holder’s ^^^ SHTWTLUKLY JVT ‹ SHTWTLUKLY'TZU JVT re-imagining g of Kismet. 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Triton Gallery (broadway- 1965’s Man of La Mancha perfectly cap- tured the show’s quixotic theme; Funny Girl’s posters.com) offers remarkably detailed reproductionsns 1964 window card art by Talivaldis Stubis and recreations of posters from the past. featured a roller-skating number cut from the ony This June 10, when the curtain goes up on the Tony show;1945 poster art for Carousel, a Rodgers and Hammerstein hit enjoying a current Awards, settle back in your easy chair (surrounded, Broadway revival; capturing the spirit of of course, by walls filled with show posters). Then, burlesque: Hilary Knight’s poster for 1979’s get ready to enjoy Broadway’s best and brightest. It’ss Sugar Babies. The original window cards were enhanced with glitter “sugar”; cartoon- almost like being at the theater (except no one will mind ist Al Capp created the poster art for the if you rustle your candy wrapper). musical based on his popular comic strip, Li’l Abner, 1956. The star takes center stage: Al Theater poster visuals courtesy of Michael Deatz. Hirschfeld’s interpretation of the incompa- rable Carol Channing, for her 1978 revival Photo Associate: Hank Kuhlmann of Hello, Dolly! The 1957 window card for Donald-Brian Johnson is the co-author of numerous books West Side Story featured the show’s romantic on design and collectibles, including Postwar Pop, duo in a lighthearted moment; from 1961: a collection of his columns. Theater posters crowd the walls off hhis Frank Loesser’s How To Succeed In Business home. Please address inquiries to: donaldbrian@msn.com. Without Really Trying, poster art by Morris Robbins; Even flops can have memorable posters. 1969’s Dear World had a score by Jerry Herman, and starred Angela Lansbury, but failed to draw audiences. The poster art is by Fay Gage. A lavish Art Deco design by Hilary Knight, for the 1971 revival of No, No, Nanette. 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