Very old "Mission Theater" (Broadway near Ninth) silent film program for Fred Niblo's production "Thy Name Is Woman," a Metro picture from 1924, adopted by Beth Meredyth from the international stage success by Carl Schoenherr, starring Ramon Novarro and Barbara La Marr. The next showing was going to be "The Shooting of Dan McGrew." This was in the days when they had silent films accompanied by live sounds in the theater such as from pianos or organs or even orchestras. Take a look at the list of people that it took to put this together, there was a managing director, manager, director of publicity, secretary to manager, superintendent, assistant superintendent, chief projectionist, projectionist, musical director, organist, associate organist, captain of ushers, and an assistant named Pauline Clover. Size is 6.7 x 10 inches when open, used, crease marks, tears, etc.