William T. Tilden, 2nd

 

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William T. Tilden, 2nd

February 10, 1893-June 5, 1953

William Tatem Tilden II was one of the greatest tennis players of all time. The World No. 1 for seven years, he dominated the world of international tennis in the first half of the 1920s. As an actor, he appeared in three Broadway productions, made two films and appeared in several shorts as himself.

 

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October 15-20, 1928

Providence Opera House, Providence,  Rhode Island

Providence News, October 13, 1928

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Providence News, October 15, 1928

 

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October 25-27, 1928

Court Square Theatre, Springfield, Massachusetts

William T. Tilden, Dracula, Court Square Theatre, Springfield, Massachusetts October 25th - 27th, 1928

William T. Tilden, Dracula, Court Square Theatre, Springfield, Massachusetts October 25th - 27th, 1928

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Springfield Republican, October 14, 1928

Wiliam T. Tilden 2nd, Springfield Republican, October 14, 1928

 

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Springfield Republican, October 18, 1928

William T. Tilden 2nd, Springfield Republican, October 18, 1928

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Springfield Republican, October 21, 1928

William T. Tilden 2nd, Springfield Republican, October 21, 1928 2

 

William T. Tilden 2nd, Springfield Republican, October 21, 1928

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Springfield Republican, October 24, 1928

William T. Tilden 2nd, Springfield Republican, October 24, 1928

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Springfield Republican, October 26, 1928

William T. Tilden 2nd, Springfield Republican, October 26, 1928

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November 14, 1928

Jefferson Theatre, Charlottesville

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November 15, 1928

Academy Theatre, Lynchburg

Academy Theatre, Lynchburg

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