San Francisco: Girls' High School, 1886. 1st Printing. One rectangular sheet, printed, in purple ink, on both sides, folded once vertically, to form a 4 page program. P. 1 with the program title, p. 2 the "Argument", p. 3 the Cast [Miss Minnie Bullis in the lead] & p. 4 the "Committee". 4-1/8" x 10-3/4". Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Bit of fading to print, some modest wear & soiling, else Very Good. Item #47760
The Girls' High School was created in June 1864 when the the city's first high school, San Francisco High, was split into the Girls' High School and the Boys' High School. The school, through till its closing in 1952, taught only girls.
Mr. John Swett was principal when this production of "Genevieve" was staged, and served in that capacity until 1889.
A nice surviving momento from this early period of the Girls' School history.