Rice Family

S.R. 3 – act is worth that and a little bit more; consists of two very young girls and a boy – violinists – make a hit with the feminine portion of the audience particularly; the girls are winsome little things, and while their playing may not be up to symphony qualities, it serves all vaudeville purposes. C.D. Fancy. Could close in but do not need it here. Would advise booking this act in any house where children are permitted to play upon the stage.
University of Iowa, Keith-Albee Vaudeville Collection, Manager Reports, 2 September 1902-3 September 1903