The Folly Theater has donated posters, autographed photos, contracts and other items from its 114-year history to the Kansas City Public Library. Last week, archivist Kate Hill inspected a poster of striptease artist Tempest Storm, who signed the artifact when she came to Kansas City in 1981 for the Folly’s reopening celebration.
The Folly Theater has donated posters, autographed photos, contracts and other items from its 114-year history to the Kansas City Public Library. Last week, archivist Kate Hill inspected a poster of striptease artist Tempest Storm, who signed the artifact when she came to Kansas City in 1981 for the Folly’s reopening celebration. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The Folly Theater has donated posters, autographed photos, contracts and other items from its 114-year history to the Kansas City Public Library. Last week, archivist Kate Hill inspected a poster of striptease artist Tempest Storm, who signed the artifact when she came to Kansas City in 1981 for the Folly’s reopening celebration. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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