Gifts for Unicorn

January 2005
EG: Estates Gazette;1/8/2005, Issue 501, p73
Trade Publication
Presents information on the fundraising initiative of the Unicorn theater for the construction of a purpose-designed theater for children in London, England as of January 8, 2005. Amount raised by the theater to date; Prize for the person who donates the item that brings the highest price; Contact information on the fundraising effort.


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