Thomas Dixons Jr’s Plays

Thomas Dixon Jr.

Material depicting the Klan from the plays, books, etc that are related to Thomas Dixon Jr’s Klan trilogy

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Thomas Dixons Jr’s Plays

An advertisement for The Clansman, a play based on Dixons’ second book of the same name, 1915

The Fiery Cross of Old Scotland’s Hills!
The Clansman – Thomas Dixon Jr. Page: 326, 1902

The Reign of the Klan
The Leapords Spots – Thomas Dixon Jr. Title Page, 1902

Some of the Men Were Sobbing
The Traitor – Thomas Dixon Jr. Page: 52, 1907

Stella Stared at the Lifeless Form
The Traitor – Thomas Dixon Jr. Page: 134, 1907

Famous Cave Hypnotism Scene
The play “The Clansman” – Thomas Dixon Jr. 1908

One of the main advertising images for the play “The Clansman”
– Waukegan News-Sun, 1910

An illustrated version of one of the main advertising images of the play “The Clansman”
– The Commonwealth, 1906

The KuKlux Calvary
The play “The Clansman” – Thomas Dixon Jr.1910

“I raise the symbol of an unconquered race of men”
The play “The Clansman” – Thomas Dixon Jr. 1908

“I raise the symbol of an unconquered race of men” illustrated
– The Joliet Evening Herald-News, 1907

A Bouquet of “Clansman” Beauties
– Ardmore Morning Democrat, 1907

The Ku Klux Klan
The play “The Clansman” – Thomas Dixon Jr. 1908

An advertisement for Thomas Dixon Jr’s sequel play “The Traitor,” 1909

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