Erlanger gave it a most lavish production and announced it for a long run.
He then became producing stage director for Klaw and Erlanger.
Frohman, who always saw a joke in everything, hatched a scheme by which Erlanger was to be photographed for him.
Erlanger et Cie., of Paris, had purchased the state bonds at 95 cents in gold.
When 'Abe' Erlanger built this house there was a row of old tenements on the side street.
But on February 14, 1863, Erlanger's agents returned to Paris and uncertainty was at an end.
Spence went to Paris, saw Erlanger, and agreed to co-operate in floating the loan.
Meals à la carte and quite inexpensive; cuisine purely German, homely and wholesome, with excellent beer, especially Erlanger.
Klaw and Erlanger also furnished transportation back to New York for such as were at liberty to go.
The comparative failure of the Erlanger loan marks the downfall of King Cotton.
Erlanger Er·lang·er (ûr'lāng'ər), Joseph. 1874-1965.
American physiologist. He shared a 1944 Nobel Prize for developing methods of recording electrical nerve impulses and for his studies on synaptic function.