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The Experimental Playwrights' Theater Opened


Captain Jack's Wharf, formerly a fish pier

Captain Jack's Wharf, first home of the Playwrights' Theater

CREDIT: Rosskam, Edwin, photographer. “Captain Jack's Wharf, formerly a fish pier, now a tourist colony mainly inhabited by ‘artists.’ Previously the shacks had been used for storing and repairing of nets and gear. Provincetown, Massachusetts,” 1940. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Reproduction Number LC-USF34-012742-D DLC.

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