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 ? JEB & DASH

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 Jeb Alexander, seen here as an extra in the 1924 silent film, POOR MRS. JONES.

Photo background: Truman Adkins and Brian Judge, who have researched details of Ina Russell's book since its publication (including what became of many individuals in the book), unearthed a rare copy of this film and had it transferred onto DVD. The photo is a still from the film.

Photo: Courtesy of Truman Adkins

 

Michael Conley, playwright.

In addition to JEB & DASH, other plays by the San Diego-based author include FIRST DATE and FIVE ENDINGS, plus the full-lengths, READING LIPS (www.readinglips.com) and OUT FOR LOVE. His newest projects are FINDING MADONNA'S BUSTIER and SECOND CHANCE (sequel to FIRST DATE).

 

Allies Inn (interior), where Jeb, Dash and their friends took their meals, was located at 1703 New York Avenue. Long since torn down, it serves as one of the play's main settings.

Photo: Courtesy of Truman Adkins

 

Allies Inn (exterior), where Jeb, Dash and their friends took their meals, was typical of restaurants at the time that catered to men and women who lived alone or single room apartments. Allies Inn existed until at least the 1940s at 1703 New York Avenue, but has long since been replaced by other buildings.

Photo: Courtesy of Truman Adkins

 

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