The 1936 charity was the Hospital for Women in Maryland.The 1941 show benefited the British Work Relief Society.Baer School, the Children’s Scholarship Fund, the Maryland Conservatory of Music, Students Sharing Coalition, the Y of Central Maryland in Harford County, Linwood Center, the Women’s Industrial Exchange (which remains a Baltimore icon), and the Mental Health Association of Maryland Baltimore, which included a message of appreciation from Rosalynn Carter in the printed program for its good work.In addition to its plays, Paint and Powder has a men’s Singing Chorus, “a women’s Singing Chorus, a mixed chorus called “The Counterpoints,” a music group called “The Keystone Kops,” and another called the “Uptown Society Band.” Its Paint and Powder Club theme song ,“Have Another,“ refers to its annual stage presentations. ]) Dugdale, 1954; set for Lady Be Good, 1953, Poly Auditorium, including Mrs.
Similar clubs exist in Boston, Philadelphia, and other cities, but Baltimore’s Paint and Powder Club considers itself the oldest.
Virginia and the other states ceded their claims over western lands to overcome other states' objections to ratifying the Articles of Confederation.
In return for ceding its claims in 1784, Virginia was granted this area to provide military bounty land grants.
Subjects include late 19 century cabinet photograph portraits (some hand-tinted in color) of original amateur musical and dramatic theater productions performed to raise money for Baltimore charitable and philanthropic causes.
Also included are 20 anniversary (about 1941) showcasing portraits, costumes, a costume sketch, and group shots of the first era, plus a few of shows possibly from the 1920s and 1930s. 8x10 glossy candid photographs of club shows and special events spanning 1953 through the 1970s.