Some articles on smart set:
... however, he left that company and moved to Chicago to take over the leading role in the Smart Set after the death of Tom McIntosh, performing in the show A Southern Enchantment ... Dudley performed with the Smart Set for years with great success, though one critic, Sylvester Russell (a writer for the Indianapolis Freeman), was hard on him from the beginning ... now credited with having brought "the street to the stage" "Dudley revitalized the Smart Set and made it into an enduring classic of the American popular stage." In the next Smart Set show, The Black Politician (1906 ...
... The Smart Set was a literary magazine founded in America in March 1900 by Colonel William d'Alton Mann ... Mencken and George Jean Nathan, The Smart Set offered many up-and-coming authors their start and gave them access to a relatively large audience ...
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