THE LUNTS’ FINAL VISIT

This Playbill is a bit faded, but the banner actually was green. The magazine was in the habit at the time of experimenting with different colors. There are purple, red and orange ones as well.
Alfred Lunt as Anton Schill and Lynn Fontanne as Claire Zachanassian in “The Visit” (1958)
The New York Times, Sunday, May 11, 1958.
Lunt, the gentleman farmer (and gourmet chef) at Ten Chimneys.

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