Playhouse, Surry, 1946


An image of numerous people seated and standing on the lawn rehearsing a scene from a play to be presented at the Surry Playhouse. The Playhouse was built in 1929 by summer people for the summer people. It was well known for its rustic simple charm and spacious grounds.

Typed across the bottom of the postcard: "Rehearsal Scene - Surry Play House. Surry, Me. This postcard was printed on Kodak paper and never used.

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