a few books and articles delving into the 1869 beginnings of the Petipa/Minkus DON QUIXOTE in Moscow have reproduced the print of the Don with the spiderweb as well as that showing a moment from the Dream Scene, which, in most? standard stagings of this work, and which is true for the scene-by-scene break-up in this program's text, follows the tavern scene, which occurs as sc. one of act 2: the Dream itself originally came in sc. 3 of act 2, unlike the current ABT prod. which follows the scheme perhaps started with Baryshnikov's 1978 prod. where it comes before the tavern sc.
the view of "The battle of the dragon and the lion" as a maquette from the period by the era's famous stage machinist, Karl Valts, is unfamiliar to me.
apologies, incidentally, for the distortions of the scans due to the way the booklet is bound, too much pressure on my scanner's bed would overly stress the book's spine.