Buffalo Courier / Buffalo, New York / March 5, 1899 (Sun) Page 18
Buffalo Morning Expressand Illustrated Buffalo Express / Buffalo, New York / April 15, 1900 (Sun) Page 23
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle / Brooklyn, New York / July 28, 1901 (Sun) Page 22
"The Mitchell Sisters, as high class vocalists, have a reputation for good work."
Jefferson Roof Garden - opening week of July 10th: "the Mitchell Sisters - Dainty and Clever"
The times.(Richmond, Va.) July 09, 1899, Page 17
"The Mitchell Sisters are the right-up-to-now singers and dancers"
The Marion daily mirror (Marion, Ohio) February 13, 1909, Part Two, Page 12
Lyceum - Dewey Extravaganza - "Mitchell Sisters, vivacious singers"
The Washington times (Washington [D.C.]) April 10, 1902, Page 7
- ad for Union Roof Gardens ("Refined Vaudeville")
The evening times (Washington, D.C.) July 06, 1898, Page 5
"...the Mitchell Sisters have a pleasing set"
The Wheeling daily intelligencer., August 29, 1898, (Wheeling, W. Va.) Page 5
"Mitchell Sisters, singing soubrettes, and always up to date"
"Nibsey", a Bell-Bouy in a Squall, Kitty Mitchell
The Wheeling daily intelligencer (Wheeling, W. Va.) September 01, 1898, Page 5
(Kitty as solo act:
from Proctor's 23rd St. Theatre / NYC / 1900 / pg.12)
The Grand - "The new Broadway burlesquers opens a three days' engagement at the
Grand this afternoon. The company is headed by... Mitchell Sisters..."
The daily morning journal and courier (New Haven, Conn.) April 10, 1899, Page 3
"Dave Lewis' Broadway Burlesquers are announced as next week's attraction at
the Lyceum Theatre and the patron of this popular resort may prepare themselves to
to witness one of the most enjoyable shows that has ever struck the town. The bill is headed by...Mitchell Sisters..."
The Washington bee. (Washington, D.C.) May 13, 1899
"An organization of recognized standing in its field is Fred Irwin's Majestic Burlesquers, which is announced for the coming week
at Kernan's Lyceum Theatre.The company has appeared here frequently within the last few seasons and has always done a desirable business.
The list of names advertised in connection with this next engagement gives promise that the that the entertainment furnished now will be
as agreeable as ever before.The olio announce, for example, will be provided by... the Michell Sisters, soubrettes..."
The times., March 08, 1900 (Washington [D.C.]) Page 5
Sam T. Jack's - "Among the performers will be... the pretty Mitchell Sisters."
Chicago eagle., December 14, 1901, Page 2
Sandoz Opera House / Miss All-Spice / Two-Act Rollicking Musical Comedy
Madge All-Spice, all sails for fair weather, Maura Mitchell
The Opelousas courier (Opelousas, La.) December 08, 1906