The Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library is home to the Paris Music Hall Collection, which has over 6,000 costume designs for entertainers in Paris from 1920 to 1938, including Josephine Baker, who performed at venues such as the Moulin Rouge and the Folies Bergere. After the owners and artistic directors of the music halls determined the annual theme for the shows, various tableaux were created to fill an evening's entertainment. Most of these were simply spectacles serving as vehicles for the star artists. The tableaux varied widely to include comic, dramatic and historic subjects, but musical entertainment was always the focal point. The costumes reflected the themes such as "the French Revolution", "Jewels", "The Garden of Metal", "The Seven Deadly Sins", "Flowers", as well as various animals, food, and sports. The Hargrett Library has a fairly extensive collection of programs from the productions providing invaluable documentation of the tableaux as well as the stars, chorus lines, songs, and credits for many , but not all, of the designers.