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Dawn (play)

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Announcement in The Washington Herald (14 june 1914, p. 6)

Dawn is a British play in one-act written by Percival Wilde, leased to the Princess Theater in New York in 1914.

The play was published collected in 1915 by Henry Holt & Co. in Dawn and Other One-Act Plays. In the acknowledgements, Percival Wilde wrote that the end of "Dawn" was suggested by the Arthur Conan Doyle's short story How It Happened (1913).