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The Costumer's Manifesto: Old Theatrical Makeup Old Theatrical Makeup Pg. 7A Small Basic Set of Stein's Greasepaint Sticks for a white actor or actress in it's original c.1900 tin

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Fall2005 254costumeclass6Pict0039.jpg Colors include 3 large sticks of white, Dutch pink, and ruddy greasepaint, as well as 3 smaller sticks of black, red and maroon.

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A complete professional actor's kit in it's original tin box, most probably used by a white male in the early 20th Century.

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A barely used kit contents suggestive of a white female (amateur?) ingénue 1900-1925?

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Complete and unused white female Max Factor theatrical "student" kit in original box (1940's?)

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Assorted old theatrical makeup supplies and boxes.

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Special effects makeup kit probably before the 1950s

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c. 1900 white female kit of Blanca Lester, plus roll of c.1900 stage money.

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c. 1900 Stage makeup kit from the U.S., probably for a white male specializing in drunks and bums.

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