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The Robert Cushman Butler Collection
of
Theatrical Illustrations
Cage 430

Item 1104
Item 1174

The Robert Cushman Butler (d. 1935?) collection was purchased by the Washington State University Libraries from Mrs. Elizabeth T. Butler by Dr. Terry Theodore in 1973. It was arranged, described, and indexed by Terry Abraham, with assistance from Margone Clement, Ruth Jean Shaw, Torchie Corey and Janalee Walters. An edited and revised version of this guide was prepared by Manuscripts Librarian Robert Matuozzi and Mark O’English in April of 2001. Over 1000 of the images can be seen in MASC's Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations Digital Collection.

 Number of containers 3
Number of oversize folders
60
Linear feet of shelf space
15
Approximate number of items
3,000

 Biographical Note

Robert Cushman Butler, cousin of the famed actress Charlotte Cushman, lived in Chestnut Hill, near Philadelphia. As an avocation, he collected theatrical illustrations, manuscripts, and books, apparently with the intention of binding published theatrical material from his personal collection into new, or "Grangerized" editions of theatrical books. Grangerized books consist of casual inserts or published texts ("extra-illustrated texts") combined together in new covers to make idiosyncratic versions of texts that were not actually published together (or even published at all). This "scrapbook assembly within a book" is named after James Granger, who promoted such practices in his Biographical History of England (1769). Although Butler completed two volumes in this fashion, there exist about seven others that needed only certain illustrations before being sent to the binder. For this reason, the bulk of Butler’s collection consists of engravings, lithographs, and a few photographs of theatrical performers. Butler’s collecting appears to have started in a serious fashion around 1880. Possibly as a result of ill health, he abandoned his efforts in the late 1920s. During this period, however, he avidly followed auction sales, patronized dealers, and corresponded with other collectors: the result of Butler’s efforts is a premier archive of theatrical materials.

After his death in the mid 1930s his widow placed the entire collection in the attic of their home. There it sat undisturbed until the early 1970s, when Dr. Terry Theodore, then of the Washington State University Department of Speech, learned of its existence. He negotiated with Mrs. Butler for its purchase, eventually acquiring the Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations for the Washington State University Libraries.

Summary Description and Arrangement

The Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations has been divided into eight series: Series 1: Illustrations; Series 2: Music Covers; Series 3: Playbills; Series 4: Clippings; Series 5: Manuscripts; Series 6: Programmes; Series 7: Miscellaneous Papers; and Series 8: Books.

The Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations consists of over 3,000 items relating chiefly to eighteenth and nineteenth century British and American theater. Original materials include engravings, lithographs, photographs, books, playbills, programmes, music sheets and covers, pamphlets, play manuscripts, prompt books, letters and other theatrical papers. For the theatre historian of this period this archive is a treasure trove. The illustrations of the different actors and actresses in their famous roles, the well-known and little known portraits of the great stars and the little comets in all aspects of theatrical history ranging through the minstrel stage to the "legitimate" theatre--from Broadway to as far off-Broadway as London and San Francisco--represent an a unparalleled theatrical research collection. Although theatrical illustrations were Butler’s main interest, he managed to acquire a rich array of materials for scholarly study in a variety of disciplines, including cultural and social history in Britain and America in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Foremost among these resources are the illustrations themselves, which provide a rich resource of iconographical history in American and English life in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. For scholars in art history and the history of printing, the multitude of engravings, etchings and lithographs are a vital source of information on schools, influences, techniques, and skills.

Included are many proof plates and limited editions and a large selection of the works of John H. Bufford, A. B. Durand, David Edwin, Samuel Hollyer, D. C. Johnston, R. J. Lane, and Albert Newsam. As is evident, the collection is not just limited to American artists, but also includes many of the British or Continental extraction, some of whom emigrated to swell the growing number of native artists who produced these materials.

The music sheets also represent a significant field of study. Of the over four hundred music covers in the collection approximately one fourth are completed with all the words and music, have the first page of music, or list all contemporary publications of that publisher. Unfortunately, Butler’s interest in the cover illustrations meant that much of the music that might have been originally available is missing here.

Bibliographers will find much of interest in the over two hundred theatrical volumes in the Butler collection. Fine bindings, first editions, extra-illustrated volumes and other examples of book production and book crafts are evidenced in the archive.

The small collection of manuscripts in Series 5 is also a treasure trove of primary source material for research. In addition to Edward Robin’s manuscript of his Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield (Chicago, 1898), there is also William Francis’ prompt book (once owned by Charles Durang) and Edwin Forrest’s manuscript copy of Robert Montgomery Bird’s The Broker of Bogota. The other manuscripts (over one hundred) consist of letters and autographs of actors, actresses and managers. Among them are fragments of the papers of manager Thomas McKeon, playwright A. E. Lancaster, and theatrical collector Alexander S. Graham.

Rounding out this collection is a significant sampling of original programmes and playbills from many well-known American and British theatres as well as other memorabilia, pamphlets, and announcements.

For more information on the historical context of materials in the Butler collection, see the exhibit brochure titled Prints and Personalities: The American Theater’s First Hundred Years (Washington, D. C.: National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, 1979).

For engravings, a thorough description regarding the technical differentiation between process line engraving and white-line wood engraving that is developed in Estelle Jussim’s Visual Communication and the Graphic Arts (New York: R. R. Bowker Company, 1974) has not been supplied in this descriptive inventory. Generalized descriptions of a given process should be sufficient to assist in identifying the illustration. The precise technical determination of particular engraving techniques is a task for future researchers to undertake. The physical description of the illustrations in this guide has been simplified through the use of standardized abbreviations:

col colored
dag daguerreotype
eng intaglio process, engraving and etching
facs facsimile(s)
frontis frontispiece
illus illustrations
l leaf or leaves
lith, Lith planographic prints
ms manuscript or manuscripts
photo photographic prints
port(s) portrait(s)

Descriptive Conventions

Main entries in this guide are either in bold, italics, or in bold italics. Sub-units to main entries are in plain text; in Series 8, they are indented under the main entry. Some of the descriptive information supplied in this guide is taken directly from the published texts.

Item entries consist of a main entry (author or artist), title, imprint (place, date, and with published items, publisher) and a note on physical description consisting of size, number of pages or the number of pieces. Some notes supply information about illustrative matter, provenance, attribution or other singular characteristics. For books, Library of Congress classification numbers are given. The format of entries in this guide is based in part on the bibliographic format devised for English Theatrical Literature 1559-1900: A Bibliography (London: The Society for Theatre Research, 1970). References to "Stauffer" (e.g., Stauffer 611) throughout this guide refer to item number entries (not page numbers) in David McNeeley Stauffer, American Engravers Upon Copper and Steel: Part II Check-list of the Works of the Earlier Engravers (New York: Burt Franklin, 1966), originally published in New York in 1907.

When identified, other forms of reproduction are indicated in full.

Size of illustrations is given in centimeters rounded to the nearest half centimeter. Height and width are measured, where possible, either at the engraved border, the plate mark, or at the edge of the image. However, duplicate prints, where one is bound into an extra-illustrated "Grangerized" volume and an identical copy exists elsewhere in the collection among the loose illustrations, may show divergent measurements because of how each item was measured.

Although most of the items in Series 2: Music Covers consist of only the illustrated title page or cover (for Butler was interested in the picture but apparently not in the music), there are several complete scores. These are indicated by the designation "music score". In some cases the cover does not have a portion of the music on the verso; this is indicated in the description by "music sheet". In other words, a music sheet indicates a cover with a portion of the score on the verso and a music score indicates a cover and more than one leaf of the music. The music cover alone, the majority of the items, is not designated in any special way. The entry follows the format for the illustrations, the main entry being the artist rather than the composer, because the emphasis of the collection is on the illustration.

Index

For those researchers who consult The Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations in Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, a comprehensive index keyed to the item entry numbers covering all the items in the collection is available in a separate 3-box card catalog that is shelved with the collection in the archives. Those consulting the digitized version of this guide on the World Wide Web may do full text searches of the electronic text.

The Card Catalog Index

The entries in this index consist of persons contributing to the illustration, including both the original artist and the ultimate engraver (normally the main entry); those writing letters (including both author and recipient); book authors (including inscriptions and bookplates); music cover illustrations (including composers and lyricists who, while listed on the cover, their work--the music score--may have been detached from this copy); and the subject of the item whether actors, actresses, playhouses, or plays.

For most actors and actresses their usual stage name is used, but there are cross-references to other names by which they might be known. The comprehensiveness of the index has been designed to enhance access.






 The Robert Cushman Butler Collection
of
Theatrical Illustrations

 Series Arrangement

 
Item Number
Series 1: Illustrations
1 – 998
Series 2: Music Covers
999 – 1435
Series 3: Playbills
1436 – 1518
Series 4: Clippings
1519 – 1522
Series 5: Manuscripts
1523 – 1646
Series 6: Programmes
1647 – 1798
Series 7: Miscellaneous Papers
1799 – 1818
Series 8: Books
1819 – 2018

Books have been shelved by call number in the rare book stacks of the Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections department in Holland Library.

The content and presentation of data in this guide for items in Series 8: Books (items numbered 1819 to 2018) requires some explanation, partly because of the provenance of this archive.

Entries for the items numbered 1819 to 2018 are listed by the main entry, which can take the form of the primary (publication) author, or by publication title. Main entries for authors are in bold italics; main entries for titles are in italics.

Some entries feature a numbering notation that includes both an item number and a parenthetical number. The first number is the item number for the main entry. The parenthetical number is keyed to page numbers in the item number, and includes a separate bibliographic description of specific contents found in the main entry. These entries are in plain text (i.e., not in italics or bold italics), are indented, and refer to illustrations following the page numbers in the main entry.

 Bibliographic References

The table on the next pages correlates item number entries in the Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations with the same items (and their bibliographic description) listed in English Theatrical Literature 1559-1900: A Bibliography (London: The Society for Theater Research, 1970). All numbers refer to item numbers, not page numbers. "A" for American edition and "v" for variant edition.

 

Butler
Theatrical Bibliography
1819
2593
1822
2388A
1823
2497
1824
3318
1825
3199
1828
2620
1829
2445
1830
829
1831
2496
1837
3115
1838
3206A
1840
2224
1847
3542A
1853
2560
1854
2563
1857
2516A
1865
2994
1869
2947
1871
2935A
1873
854A
1874
4103
1875
915
1877
2646A
1880
2110
1881
3384
1884
2384
1887
2951
1888
3351
1893
2233
1900
2465
1919
3103A
1922
3389
1928
2955
1930
2702
1941
3168
1943
3784
1945
3349
1952
3384
1953
3509
1956
3553
1958
2643
1974
1074
1975
3386A
1976
3462v
1977
3778
1982
1130
1991
4188
1992
42
1998
3600
1999
997
2001
3623A
2002
3623

 


 
Series 1: Illustrations
   
  Achert, T.
1
Billy Emerson
lith in color 24½x19 cm
   
  [Adah Issacs Menken]
2
lith 12x8½ cm
proof before lettering
   
  Adlard, H.
3
Mrs. Robinson, the celebrated Perdita
eng 12½x16 cm
Stroehling, artist
from Huist Memoirs of George IV
   
  Alais
4
Mrs. Billington as Rosetta in Love in a Village. London, J. Roach, 1802
eng 14x10½ cm
eng by Alais from an original Min. by Linsell
   
5
Miss Hallande of the Theatre Royal Covent Garden
eng 15x9½ cm
from a painting by R. E. Drummond
   
6
Mr. Kean as Richard 2nd. London, J. Roach, 1815
eng 15x9½ cm
Cruikshank, artist
   
7
Mr. Kean as Richard 3rd. J. Roach, 1814
eng 15½x10 cm
Cruikshank, artist
   
  Algin, J
8
Mr. Charles J. Rogers, the celebrated American equestrian, displaying his unrivalled powers in pantomime upon his splendid mare, Maneokee, the maneuvers of a Moore contending in battle . . . Philadelphia, Jacob Long, 1836
lith 18x20 cm
   
  Almquist, O
9
Joseph, Jefferson as Dr. Pangloss in the Heir at Law. N. Y., Harper’s Weekly, October 24, 1891
eng 29x22 cm
from the painting by John S. Sargent
   
  Anderson, Alexander, 1775-1870
10
Mr. Cooke as Richard III. New York
lith 14x8 cm
DeWilde, artist
Stauffer 49
   
  Andrieu, Mathew Arthur, d. 1896
11
The assassin’s vision. [ca. 1865]
photo lith 18½x25½ cm
   
12
[The discovery of Jeff Davis. Providence, R. I., 1865]
photoprint [of a drawing] 25½x21 cm
   
  Angus, William, 1752-1821
13
Mr. Holman. Cornhill, I. Sewell, 1784
eng 15x9 cm
Dodd, artist
for European Magazine
   
  Ann Oldfield
14
eng in copper tone 17½x12½cm
from a picture by J. Richardson
   
15
[Anna Cora Mowatt]
lith 12½x9½ cm
proof before letters and border
   
16
[Anne Seguin, New York], E. Dexter, 1875
eng 22x15 cm
Artist’s initials: AB
   
  Ansel, G. L.
17
[Edwin Forrest]
eng 11x7½ cm
engraver’s trial proof
second copy is signed proof
   
  The Ansel-Struck Eng. Co.
18
Lillian Russell. New York, 1895
eng 23½x17 cm
   
  Anthony, Andrew Varick Stout, 1835-1906
19
Jefferson, as Rip Van Winkle. [clipping from Harper’s Weekly]
wood eng 29½x22 cm
Drawn by S. Eytinge, Jr.
 
   Apostool, C.
20
Lavinia Fenton, afterwards Duchess of Bolton. London, S. Ireland, 1797
lith in brown 13½x11 cm
Hogarth, artist
   
  Armstrong & Co.
21
Agnes Robertson. (Mrs. Dion Boucicault) Boston, Armstrong & Co., [ca. 1855]
lith 41½x32 cm
   
22
Edwin Booth as Richelieu. Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith 26x16½ cm in color
after painting by Chas. S. Abbe
   
23
[Henry Irving as Mephistopheles] Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith 26x16½ cm in color
after painting by Chas S. Abbe
   
24
[Joseph Jefferson as Bob Acres] Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith in color 21x12 cm image
after painting by Chas S. Abbe
   
25
[Lawrence Barrett as Count Lanciotto] Boston, Armstrong & Co. [ca. 1870]
lith in color 36x28 cm image
after painting by Chas S. Abbe
   
26
Salvini as Macbeth. Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith in color 23½x17 cm
after painting by Chas S. Abbe
   
  Artlett, R. A.
27
Hesperus. London, Henry Graves & Co., 1860
eng 40½x30 cm
after painting by S. B. Waugh
Added imprint: New York, M. Knoedler, 1860
   
28
[Arthur Murphy]
eng 18x13½ cm
   
  Atkinson, T. L.
29
[Mary Anderson] London, C. E. Gifford, 1890
mezzotint, 42½x33 cm
Mary Anderson as Parthenia
   
  Atlantic Publishing and Engraving Co.
30
Thomas W. Keene. New York
eng 10x10½ cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Austin, F.
31
Mr. J. S. Clarke
lith in color 14½x7 cm
   
  Bacebe, C.
32
Charles John Kean. Kentish Town, H. E. Dawe, 1938
lith 25x21½ cm
drawn by C. Bacebe, from a study for a whole length; painted from the life by H. E. Dawe, printed by L.M. Lefevre
   
  Baguoy, L.
33
Lekain
eng 22½x15 cm
J. B. LeNoir, artist
   
34
Baker, Alfred E.
  Madame LeCompte, La Belle Bayadere (the Cottage Scene). New York, A. E. Baker, [ca. 1838]
lith in color 22x21½ cm image
   
  Baker, Joseph E.
35
Carlotta Leclerq. Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith 21x15½cm
drawn and printed for Dexter Smith’s Paper
   
36
Clara Morris. Boston, Drawn and Printed for Dexter Smith’s Paper
lith 28½x18½ cm
artist’s initials: JB
facsimile autograph
   
37
Frank Mayo. Boston, J. H. Bufford’s Lith.
lith 34x30 cm
artist: JB
   
38
Gus Williams, the American star comique
lith 20x15½ cm
drawn by JB
   
39
Helena Modjeska
lith 21x16 cm
from a photo by Mora
artist: JB
   
40
John T. Raymond as Col. Sellers. Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith 21x15½ cm
port signed J. E. Baker
Drawn and printed for Dexter Smith’s Papers
   
41
Lotta. Boston, Armstong & Co.
lith 22x17 cm
drawn and printed for Dexter Smith’s Paper
   
42
Lotta. Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith in color. 28½x23 cm
   
43
Maggie Mitchell. Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith 21x15½ cm
drawn and printed for Dexter Smith’s Paper by Armstrong & Co.
port signed by J. E. Baker
   
44
Mary Anderson. Cambridge, Riverside Press [ca. 1870]
lith 21½x16 cm oval
drawn and printed expressly for the Folio
   
45
Mary Anderson. Boston, Armstrong & Co., [ca. 1880]
lith 33x23½ cm
Mary Anderson as Parthenia
   
46
Mary Anderson. Boston, Armstrong & Co., [ca. 1880]
lith 33x23½ cm
drawn by JB
   
47
Salvini. Boston, Armstrong & Co.
lith 29x19 cm
drawn and printed for Dexter Smith’s paper
   
  Bannister, James, 1821-1901
48
Edwin Forrest as Metamora. [ca. 1840]
eng 24x16 cm
another copy is engraver’s proof
   
  Barry, A.
49
[Edwin Booth as Richelieu]
eng 25x19 cm
proof before lettering
   
  Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1725-1813
50
George Anne Bellamy, late of Covent Garden Theatre. London, Printed for John Bell British Library, June 5, 1785
eng 9½x7 cm
The face copied after a picture by Coates; the figure modernized by Ramberg and the whole engraved by Bartolozzi
   
51
Mr.Henderson, in the character of Iago
eng 12x9½ cm
Stuart, artist
   
52
[Mr. Hartley]
eng 14x11 cm
"only one trial plate of Mrs. Hartley. MM"
also proof of whole plate
   
  Basire, James
53
The farmer’s return
eng 25x21½ cm
Wm. Hogarth, artist
   
  Batley, H. W.
54
[Irving and Terry in Faust.] London, The Belgravia Fine, 1886
eng 30½x18 cm
   
  Baugniet, C.
55
Madame Celeste, Directress of the Theater Royal Adelphie. London, Day and Son, 1847
lith 39x31 cm
from life on stone by C. Baugniet
   
  Bell, John
56
Mrs. Charles Kemble. 1815
lith 9½x7 cm
   
  Belliard, Z.
57
Marie Taglioni. Paris, Delpech
lith 24½x20 cm image
port signed Z. Belliard
   
  Beneck (H.) and Scott
58
Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle. (first act)
chromo litho on textured paper. 44½x34 cm
   
59
Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle. (last act)
chromo litho on textured paper. 44½x34 cm
   
  Benedick (characterized by Mr. Lester Wallack)
60
New York, Virtue and Yorston
eng 17x12 cm image
   
  Bestland, C.
61
Mr. Johnstone. London, 1791
eng 18x11½ cm
painted and eng by C. Bestland
   
  Biasioli, A.
62
David Garrick
eng 22x15½ cm
Sargent Marceau, artist
   
  Bigot, Alphonse, ca. 1828-ca. 1873
63
Mrs. D. P. Bowers, as Camille. Philadelphia T. Sinclair’s Lith. ca. 1855
colored lith 27x20 cm
from a photograph by J. E. McClees; A. Bigot, del.
   
64
[Billy Courtright as Camille]
photo 24x19½ cm
sticker at bottom: WM. Courtright & Co.
   
65
[Billy Courtright, the silly stuttering kid]
photo 17x12½ cm
inscription: To Robert C. Butler with best Wishes. Wm. Courtright
Jan 26, 1910
   
  Birch, William Russell, 1755-1834
66
Mr. Alexander Drake in The song of love and sausages
eng 12x10 cm
drawn by Joseph Bush
Fielding 157
   
  Black, G. B.
67
Charlotte Cushman a Mrs. Haller. London, Fores, 1845
lith 37x30 cm
painted by William Henry Watkins
facsimile autograph
   
  Blum, Robert Fredrick, 1957-1903
68
[Joseph Jefferson as Bob Acres] 1879
lith 30½x15 cm
proof on Japanese vellum
   
  Bonar, Thomas
69
F. S. Chanfrau. [ca. 1855]
eng 12x9 cm
Engraved for the Minor Drama
   
70
Mrs. Shaw
eng 19x11 cm
from a dag for M. Douglass
   
  Bonar & Cumming
71
Geo. H. Barrett
eng 10½x9 cm
eng for the Modern Standard Drama
   
  Bond, W.
72
Junis Brutus Booth. New York, F. P. Stephanoff, 1817
eng 30x23½ cm
drawn by F. P. Stephanoff
   
  Bond, William
73
John Howard Payne as Young Norval watching the troops. London, 1813
eng 15½x10 cm
after painting by C. R. Leslie
another copy proof before lettering
 
 Boston Museum. ca. 1847
74
lith 11½x15½ cm image
music cover fragment
   
  Bouve, Elisha W.
75
L.V.H. Crosby. [ca. 1840]
lith 16½x13½ cm
[The original Pompy with the Harmoneons in 1840]
 
76
W. G. Jones, as Ben, the boatswain. Boston [ca. 1837]
lith 30½x23½ cm
W. Lydston, artist
   
Boyd, John
 77
James Fennell
eng 17x11 cm
Wood, artist
Stauffer 251
frontis. from Fennell’s Apology, 1814 (see Butler 1885)
   
78
[Braham, John]
proof before lettering
engraved 15x10 cm
   
  Brentwall, E. F.
79
Mr. Langtry as Rosalind in As you like it as the St. James Theatre. [1890]
wood engraving 30½x22½ cm
magazine clipping
   
  Brett, William H.
80
Mrs. J. R. Vincent
eng 25x17½ cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Bridport, Hugh, 1794-ca. 1868
81
Cowell as Crack [in] The Turnpike Gate. Philadelphia [ca. 1820]
lith 26½x19½ cm
on stone H. Bridport: Lucas’s lith
   
Bromley, William, 1769-1842
82
Mr. Quin. Cornhill, J. Sewell, 1792
eng 17½x11½ cm
painted by Thomas Hudson
from European Magazine
   
83
[Brooke as Shylock. ca. 1855]
proof before lettering
eng 18½x14 cm
   
  Brown, Eliphalet M., 1816-1886
84
Edwin Forrest. New York, Butler & Brown
lith 28x20½ cm
American copy of the French lith by Van Geel
E. Brown, Jr., artist
N. Currier’s Lith.
   
85
Mr. Barney Williams as Ragged Pat in Ireland as it is
lith 11x7 cm
   
86
Mrs. Barney Williams as Jemima Lacarapee
lith 11x7 cm
   
  Brown, George Loring, 1814-1889
87
Mr. Pelby as Fernando do Lara, in the new prize tragedy of De Lara of The Moorish Bride. Boston, Pendleton’s Lithogy
lith 20½x19 cm image
from life & on stone by Geo. L. Brown
   
  Brown, J.
88
Andover Theater. [London] T. Woodfall, 1804
eng in color 17x23½ cm
   
89
Grantham Theater. London, T. Woodfall, 1804
eng in color 17x24 cm
   
90
Lewes Theater. London, T. Woodfall, 1804
eng in color 17½x23½ cm
   
91
Newbury Theater. London, T. Woodfall, 1803
eng in color 17x23½ cm
   
92
Portsmouth Theater. London, T. Woodfall, 1803
eng in color 17x23½ cm
   
93
[Buckstone as Spado in The Castle of Andalusia]
[ca. 1840]
engraving 15x10 cm
proof before lettering
   
  Bufford, John H., 1810-1870
94
French spy. Boston
lith 28x21 cm
   
95
J. L. Toole, comedian. Boston
lith 30x23 cm
drawn expressly for the Folio
   
96
J. Wilkes Booth. Boston, Bufford’s Print Publishing House, 1865
lith 39½x29 cm image
   
97
[Joseph Jefferson] Boston
lith 21x17½ cm
drawn and printed expressly for The Folio
facsimile autograph
   
98
Miss Kate Reignolds. Boston, Bufford’s Lithographic & Publishing House, 1862
lith 36x30½ cm
after photo by Black
   
99
Mrs. C. Mestayer as Haserac. Boston
lith in color 31x23 cm
drawn by Silverquill
   
100
Mrs. Shaw as Cordelia. New York, Bufford’s Lith, 1838
lith 28½x30 cm
from life and on stone by J. H. Bufford
2 copies
   
101
[Scene of three drinking around table with sign Atwill’s Music Saloon.] New York, J. H. Bufford’s Lithog.
lith 17x24 cm
   
  Bufford, & Co.
102
W. Pelby
lith 30½x21½ cm
   
  Bufford’s Sons
103
Charles Barron. Boston
lith 23x19 cm oval
(photo by Warren)
drawn and printed expressly for the Folio
   
104
Mrs. W. J. Florence. Boston, Mass., [ca. 1855]
lith 26x19 cm
   
  Busby, T. L.
105
Miss Nelson as Rose in the Recruiting Office. London, Whittaker, Treacher & Arnot, 1829
eng 19x12 cm
Robert Cruikshank, artist
   
  Buttre, John Chester, 1821-1893
106
[Joseph Jefferson]
eng 10x11 cm image
printed with inscription: Faithfully yours, J. Jefferson
Bertin, artist
two copies
   
107
Mr. Edwin Forrest as Hamlet. New York, Martin and Johnson [ca. 1860]
eng 28x20 cm
drawn by H. Ulke
   
  Calvi, Leopoldo
108
Ernesto Rossi, nella parte d’Amleto. Milan, Leopoldo Calvi, 1856
lith 35½x26 cm
   
  Cameron & Walsh
109
Miss Denvil, as Marianna. New York
lith 31x25½ cm
   
  Campbell, J. K.
110
[Edwin Booth]
mezzotint 27½x20 cm after painting by J. P. Sabin
proof
   
  Campbell, T.
111
Miss Clifton; the distinguished American Tragic actress. N.Y. Lith. of Pendleton
lith 36½x27 cm
   
112
Capture of Harrold [sic] and the shooting of Booth in the barn of Garath’s [sic] farm by a detachment of the 16th New York Cavalry under the order of Col. Baker
lith in color 23½x28 cm
   
113
Capture of Harrold [sic] and the shooting of Booth in the barn of Garatts [sic] farm by a detachment of the 16th New York Cavalry under the order of Col. Baker. New York, Chr. Kimmel & Forster [ca. 1865] F. Finks, artist
lith in color 25x36 cm
   
  Carey, J.
114
Mrs. Jordan in the Character of the Romp. London, J. Cary, 1785
eng 34x23½ cm
Miller, artist
   
115
The celebrated Mr. Liston as Paul Pry. Hope I don’t intrude: just dropped in to say, if you want to draw a prize in the next lottery, go to Wemyss, no. 163½ Chestnut Street
woodcut in color 13x10 cm
   
  Century Publishing & Engraving Company
116
J.B. Rice. Chicago, Century Publishing & Engraving Co.
eng 22x13½ cm
   
  Chant, J. J.
117
Mrs. Langtry. London, Fine Art Society, 1879
eng 39½x31 cm
after painting by E. J. Poynter
printed by T. Booker
   
  Charles H. Duprez
118
lith 21½x13½ cm
   
  Charles Melton Walcot, comedian. ca. 1868
119
eng 23x15 cm
artist: AB
   
  Charlotte, Cushman
120
eng 15½x12 cm
(mounted with autograph, dated 1852)
   
  Chartier
121
Melle. Taglioni, role de Zoloe. Acad. R. De Musique
eng 19½x14½ cm
drawn by Wattier
   
  Cheney, John, 1801-1885
122
Frances Ann Kemble
eng 19x14 cm
from painting by T. Sully
notation in pencil: Presentation copy by Cheney to W. G. Armstrong, the engraver.[see Butler 1895]
   
  Cheesman
123
Mrs. Garrick (wife of the celebrated David Garrick) who died at the advanced age of 99 years. [1831]
eng 13x11 cm
engraved for the Lady’s Magazine
   
  Childe, James Warrren, 1778-1862
124
Mr. Hill (the celebrated American comedian) as Hiram Dodge in the Yankee Pedlar. [London] J. Childe
lith 38x20 cm
   
  Childs, Cephas Grier, 1793-1871
125
Madame Malibran Garcia. Philadelphia, R.H. Hobson [ca. 1828]
on stone by C. G. Childs
lith 34x25½ cm
ascribed to A. Newsam
   
126
Madlle Sontag. Philadelphia, R. H. Hobson
lith 16x13 cm image
on stone C.G. Childs
ascribed to A. Newsam
   
127
Miss Clara Fisher. Philadelphia, R. H. Hobson [ca. 1870]
lith 16x11 cm image
Hubard, artist
   
  Childs & Inman
128
[Fanny Kemble] Philadelphia, Childs & Inman, 1833
lith 39½x29 cm
T. Sully, artist
ascribed to A. Newsam
   
  Clamp, R.
129
Richard Perkins
eng 16x14 cm
   
130
Theophilus Cibber, comedian
eng 20x16 cm
From an original drawing by Worlidge
   
131
William Cartwright, comedian
eng 17½x14½ cm
S. Harding, artist
from an original picture in Dulwich College
   
  Clay, Edward Williams, 1799-1857
132
Miss Poole, as Marcelline, in the opera of Fidelio, Park Theater, New York. New York, Lithy of John Childs.
lith 12½x6 cm
   
  Clayton, C. O.
133
Mrs. Barney Williams. New York, C.O. Clayton Engr. Lith Print.
colored lith 23x20 cm
   
  Cocking, Raffaelle
134
Mr. Johnson as Crack [in] Turnpike Gate
lith 22x15 cm image
drawn on stone by Mr. Raffaelle Cocking from a sketch by Tintoretto Mavrikadarti
   
  Cohn
135
Souvenir of Tony Pastor’s 25th anniversary as a manager in New York City, 1865-1890
lith 15½x12½ cm
poem on verso
   
  Collang
136
Miss Ada Gray
lith bronzed 48½x36 cm
   
  Collyer, Joseph, 1748-1827
137
David Garrick. London, G. Kearsly, 1776
eng 21½x16 cm
T. Gainsbourough, artist
   
138
Mr. John Palmer, of the Theater Royal Drury Lane and of the Royalty Theater Wellclose Square to the lovers of the drama, this plate engraved from the original picture is inscribed by their obedient humble servant J. Collyer. London, W. Dickenson, 1787
eng 17½x11½ cm
after painting by J. Russell
   
  Colonial Club
139
Menu. N.Y., Gravure-Photochrome, Eng. Co., March 31, 1898
lith 22x18½ cm
Four portraits of Jefferson in various roles
   
140
Colored illustrated card print no. 1
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of May Irwin, Dixey, Fay Templeton, Ellen Terry, Henry Irving, Stuart Robson, Selina Fetter, William Crane, Janauscheck in costume
   
141
Colored illustrated card print no. 2
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Lilian Grubb, Joe Jefferson, Theo, Frank Wilson, Sadi Martinot, Dion Boucicault, Mrs. Langtry, Pauline Hall, Louise James in costume
   
142
Colored illustrated card print no. 3
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Fanny Davenport, Edwin Booth, Clara Morris, Georgie Cayvan, Minnie Conway, Tearle, Belle Archer, Nat Goodwin, Lillian Russell in costume
   
143
Colored illustrated card print no. 4
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Annie Pixley, Denman Thompson, Helen Dauvray, Maurice Barrymore, Kate Claxton, Dewolf Hopper, R. B. Mantel, Louise Dillion, Henry Miller in costume
   
144
Colored illustrated card print no. 5
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Mary Anderson, Salvini, Sarah Bernhardt, Rose Coghlan, Lester Wallack, Marie Burroughs, Mrs. McKee Rankin, McKee Rankin, Mme. Cottrelly in costume
   
145
Colored illustrated card print no. 6
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Jane Hading, Estelle Clayton, Alice Hood, Marie Prescott, W.J. Florenof, Irene Verona, Courtney Thorpe, Eben Plympton, Miss Billy Barlow in costume
   
146
Colored illustrated card print no. 7
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Miss Forescue, Richard Mansfield, Annie Summerville, Modjeska, Lawrence Barrett, Margaret Mather, Effie Ellsler, John T. Raymond, Marie Wainwright in costume
   
147
Colored illustrated card print no. 8
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Leslie Chester, Isabella Everson, Josie Hall, Mollie Fuller, Geraldine Ulmer, Agnes Folsom, Annie Robe, Isabella Irving, Marie Sutit in costume
   
148
Colored illustrated card print no. 9
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Ada Rehan, John Drew, Virginia Dreher, Minnie Palmer, J. K. Emmet, Lotta Marie Jansen, Daboll, Belle Urquhart in costume
   
149
Colored illustrated card print no. 10
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Mme Rhea, Louis Paulllin, Cora Tanner, Mabel Jordan, Mark Smith, Mrs. James Brown Potter, Agnes Miller, Herbert Kelsey, Laura Burt in costume
   
150
Colored illustrated card print no. 11
lith in color 17x25 cm
includes ports (7x3½ cm) of Grace Henderson, Effie Shannon, Kyrle Bellew, Maud Branscombe, Blanche Rosevelt, May Bardell, Helen Standish, Miss Johnson, Jennie McNulty, Grace Barton in costume
   
  Conde, I.
151
Charles Macklin, Comedian, in his 93rd year. London, Printed for the author by John Bell, 1792
lith 17½x14 cm
Opie, artist
   
152
Mrs. Robinson. London, T. Sewell, 1792
eng 15x10½ cm
   
  Conde, P.
153
Arthur Murphy, age 72. [1799]
eng 10x8 cm
modeled by Poole
   
  Cook
154
Mr. Kemble. London, S. A. Cuberlege, 1783
eng 11x9 cm
engraved for the Universal Magazine
   
155
Mrs. Ellyn Guyn, mistress of Charles 2nd. [London] Fielding & Walker, 1779
eng 17½x11 cm
Dod, artist
   
  Cook, H. R.
156
Mr. Charles Kemble a Sebastian. [London] C. Chapple, 1816
eng 14x9 cm
DeWilde, artist
engraved for the Theatrical Inquisitor
   
157
Mrs. Baddely. [London] I.W.H. Payne, 1814
eng 17x11½ cm
Zoffany pinxt
   
  Cook, Thomas, 1744-1818
158
Miss Brunton. [London] Wm. Bent, 1785
eng 12½x9 cm
   
159
Miss Fenton. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, 1807
eng 9x8 cm
Hogarth, artist
   
  Cooper, Robert
160
[David Garrick. London, E. Evans.]
eng 18½x15½ cm
trial proof
from port by Robert Edge Pine
also final print 37x27 cm
   
161
George Colman, the younger. London, T. Richardson [ca. 1820]
eng 19½x12 cm
   
162
George Frederick Cooke, Esq. London, Henry Colburn, 1813
eng 9x7½ cm
Engraved by Cooper from an original miniature
   
163
Mr. Horn in the character of the Seraskier [London] R. Cooper, 1822
eng 33x23 cm
inscribed: Charles E. Horn 6 Nov.
   
164
Mr. Kean, as Gloster in Richard 3rd. [London] H. Berthoud, 1822
eng in color 19½x15 cm
painted by G. Clint
   
165
Mr. Sinclair. [London] S. Robinson
eng 21x51 cm
painted by Sharp
   
166
Mrs. Siddons (as Lady Macbeth). [London] H. Berthound, Jr., 1822
eng 19½x14 cm in color
After a painting by Harlow
   
  Corner, John
167
Mrs. Merry in the character of Calista. London, J. Bell, 1792
eng 29½x21x5 cm
from the original picture which was painted from life by DeWilde
   
  Courier Lith. Co.
168
Julia Marlowe. Buffalo
lith 14½x10 cm
   
169
Madame Modjeska. Buffalo
lith 16x11½ cm
   
170
Margaret Mather. Buffalo
lith 12x8 cm
   
  Cruikshank, Isaac Robert, 1789-1856
171
Miss Tree as Julia, [in] Two Gentlemen of Verona. [London] F. Humphrey, 1822
eng 21x14½ cm (colored)
   
172
Mr. Braham as Don Alphonso [in] Castle of Andalusia
eng 21x12 cm
   
  Currier, Nathaniel, 1813-1888
173
E. Forrest as Metamora. New York, N. Currier
lith 31x22½ cm
   
  Currier & Ives
174
The assassination of President Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre, Washington, D.C., April 14, 1865. New York, Currier & Ives, 1865
lith 20x31 cm
   
175
Edwin Forrest. New York, Currier & Ives, 1860
lith 37x30½ cm image
another copy in color
   
176
The original General Tom Thumb, the smallest man alive (22 years old, 33 inches high) as he appeared before her Majesty Queen Victoria. New York, Currier & Ives, 1854
lith in color 18x11 cm port surrounded by eight ports (6x4½ cm) in different characters with picture of houses and coach at top (7x11 cm) "Compliments of Charles S. Stratton know as General Tom Thumb."
   
  Cushman, George Hewitt, 1814-1876
177
Edwin Forrest as Hamlet
eng 23½x16 cm
also two trial proofs
   
178
Edwin Forrest as King Lear
eng 16x13 cm
   
  Dacre, H.
179
Mr. Hamblin as Richard Darvil in Ernest Maltravers
lith in color 34x24½ cm
   
  D’Avignon, Francis, ca. 1814-
180
James E. Murdoch. New York
lith 29x23 cm
from a dag by McClees & Germon
   
   
181
Miss Julia Dean. New York
lith 34x27½ cm
after a daguerreotype by Root
   
182
Mlle. Hermine Blangy
lith 38x29 cm
proof
   
183
Mr. J.E. Murdoch as Hamlet. Philadelphia, McClees & Germon
lith 31x25½ cm
dag by McClees & Germon
   
  Dawe, Henry, 1790-1848
184
Joseph Harris. London, W.J. White, 1820
mezzotint 31x22 cm
   
  Day, W.
185
The Siamese youths (age 18) as now exhibited at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly. London, R. Ackerman & Co., 1829
lith in color 25x15 cm
   
  De Los Rios, R.
186
Portrait de Mlle Sarah Bernhardt. Paris, A. Salmon, 1879
Jules Bastien-Lepage, artist
eng 20x14 cm
   
  Derose
187
Sol Smith of the Southern & Western theaters. [New York] Endicott’s Lith.
lith 23½x14½ cm
   
  Dewilde, Samuel, 1748-1832
188
Mr. Barratt as Sir Gilbert Pumpkin. London, J. Tayleure [ca. 1796]
eng 26x19½ cm
   
  Dexter, Elias
189
D. Setchell. [New York], E. Dexter, 1879
eng 22½x15 cm
artist: AB
   
190
J.M. Vernon, [New York], E. Dexter, 1876
eng 22x14 cm
facsimile autograph
   
191
John Howard Payen. [New York]
eng 6x4 cm image
   
  Dick, Archibald, b. ca. 1805
192
Miss Ellen Tree in the Character of Ion
eng 30½x23 cm
drawn by Miss Gillies
   
193
Dion Boucicault; the greatest of living actors, the master spirit of the stage. [ca. 1875]
color lith port 43½x30½ cm
   
  Donaldson Bros.
194
The Modjeska Hat. Five Points, N.Y.
lith 17x11½ cm bronzed
from a photo by Mora
   
  Drummond, D.
195
Geo. L. Fox as Wee Willie Winkle. Boston
lith 28½x21½ cm
port signed: D. Drummond
Drawn and printed especially for The Matinee
   
  Drummond, William
196
[Henry Alexander] London, Thomas McClean, 1836
lith 19½x16 cm
Athenaeum portraits no. 21
facsimile autograph
Day & Huges, lith
   
  Dunlap, William, 1766-1839
197
Mr. Hodgkinson in the character of Baron Wellinghorst. Published for the German Theatre by Wm. Dunlap
eng 7x6 cm
drawn by Wm. Dunlap, the face engraved by C. Tiebout, and the drapery by G. Fox
   
  Durand, Asher Brown, 1796-1886
198
Georgius Jones. Histrio
eng 11 cm diam
drawn by F.S. Agate
Stauffer 603
   
199
[Macready, as] William Tell
eng 17½x11½ cm
from a painting by H. Inman; printed by J. Burton
another copy inscribed: Miss Clara Fisher with H. Inman’s compliments etc…
Stauffer 612
   
200
Mr. Barnes as Billy Lackaday. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 556
   
201
Mr. Cowell as Crack. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 573
   
202
Mr. Duff, as Marmion. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle; printed by B. Rogers
Stauffer 580
   
203
Mr. E. Forrest as Rolla. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
proof and four prints
Stauffer 584
   
204
Mr. Hackett. [ca. 1832]
eng 22½x16.2 cm first impression
Inman, artist
another version inscribed: To J. P. Harley Esq. with Compts of his fd. Thursday December 13, 1832 Jas. H. Hackett
engraved for the New York Mirror, 1832
Stauffer 591
   
205
Mr. Hilson as Tyke. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 595
   
206
Mr. Macready as Macbeth. Philadelphia, Thos T. Ash, 1827
eng 9x8 cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 611
   
207
Mrs. Barnes as Isabella. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 557
   
208
Mrs. Hilson as Margaret Overreach. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1827
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 594
   
  Durer, Albrecht, 1471-1528
209
The resurrection. Nuremberg, 1511
woodcut 12½x10 cm
Kurth 251
   
210
[E. L. Davenport as Benedict]
eng 16x13 cm
proof before lettering and border
also a second proof before lettering
   
  Earlom, Richard, 1743-1822
211
Eleanor Gwynne; actress and mistress of Charles 2nd. London, S. Woodburn, 1810
eng 15½x11 cm
from a miniature by S. Cooper
   
  Edward S. Willard, 1903
212
etching 13x10 cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Edwards, E.
213
Fanny Kemble
eng 18½x13 cm
after a painting by Alonzo Chappel
pencil notation: engraved by E. Edwards of London. Proof before going to Press
facsimile autograph
   
  Edwards, S. Arlent, b. 1862
214
[Edwin Booth] New York, Wm. Clawson & Co.
mezzotint 17x13½ cm
   
  Edwin, David, 1776-1841
215
Cooke as King Lear
eng 21x12 cm
C. R. Leslie, artist; engraved for Mirror of Taste
Stauffer 734
   
216
Cooke as Richard III
eng 21x12 cm
C. R. Leslie, artist; engraved for Mirror of Taste
Stauffer 735
   
217
Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant
eng 21x12 cm
C. R. Leslie, artist
Engraved for Mirror of Taste
Stauffer 733
   
218
Cooper as Leon. [ca. 1800]
eng 16x5½ cm
C. R. Leslie, artist
Engraved for Mirror of Taste
Stauffer 737
   
219
Kemble
eng 9½x7½ cm
Stauffer 795
   
220
Le Kain
eng 9x7 cm
Stauffer 805
   
221
Macklin
eng 10x8 cm
engraved for Mirror of Taste
Stauffer 816
   
222
Mr. Cooke [ca. 1800]
eng 9½x8 cm
Sully, artist
Stauffer 733
   
223
Mr. Duff as Hamlet
eng 12½x7½ cm
drawn by Williams, engraved by Edwin and Boyd
Stauffer 751
   
224
Mr. Jefferson [and] Mr. Blissett in the characters of Dr. Smugface and Dr. Dablancour in the Budget of Blunders
eng 9x15 cm image
C. R. Leslie, artist
engraved for Mirror of Taste
Stauffer 786
   
225
Mr. Jefferson as Solus
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 785
   
226
Mr. Warren
eng 9x7½ cm
Sully, artist
Staufer 890
   
227
Mr. Wood
eng 21½x14 cm
T. Sully, artist
Stauffer 919
   
228
Mrs. Darley
eng 8½x7 cm
Doyle, artist
Stauffer 745
   
229
Mrs. Siddons
eng 9½x7½ cm
engraved for Mirror of Taste
Stauffer 874
   
230
Mrs. Warren
eng 10½x9 cm
Stauffer 889
   
231
Mrs. Wignell
eng 7x6 cm
W. Dunlap, artist
Stauffer 913
   
232
Mrs. Wood
eng 9x7½ cm
R. Peale, artist
Stauffer 918
233
Thos Cooper. [ca. 1800]
eng 11x9 cm
Stauffer 736
   
234
[Edwin Booth]
eng 27½x20½ cm
   
235
[Edwin Booth. ca. 1856]
eng 25x17½ cm
proof before lettering
   
236
[Edwin Booth. 1870]
eng 25x20½ cm
["The rare B. L. plate; only a few known. Plate destroyed by fire-Anderson"
three copies, one autographed
   
237
[Edwin Booth as Iago]
eng 15½x12½ cm
proof before lettering
   
238
[Edwin Forrest]
eng 15x12½ cm
private plate, 100 impressions
   
239
[Edwin Forrest]
oil painting 12½x9 cm oval
   
240
Edwin Forrest, tragedian. Boston, N. Dearborn, 1839
eng 27x20½ cm
   
  Egbert, Henry, 1826-1900
241
Edwin Booth [ca. 1872]
lith 24x18½ cm
   
  Ellis, George B
242
Mr. Booth, as Brutus
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 964
2 copies
   
  Ellis, George B
243
Mr. Wood as Stephen Foster. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1827
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 974
   
  Ellis, William Harvey
244
Mr. Edwin Forrest, as Carwin. Philadelphia, Turner & Fisher
eng 14x9½ cm
drawn and engraved by W. Harvey Ellis
two copies
   
245
The enchanting Lola distributing medals to the children of the Boston schools
lith in color 19½x25 cm
   
  Endicott, William, 1816-1851
246
G. H. Hill; the unrivalled personator of Yankee characters-as Solomon Swop in the comedy of Jonathan in England
lith 7x6 cm image
   
247
John Brougham. New York, Jacques & Bros., 1851
lith 28½x23 cm
   
  Engelman
248
Henrietta Sontag. Paris, Maurice Schlesinger
lith 25x21½ cm
Vigneron, artist
   
  Evans, William
249
Ann Catley. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1807
eng 17x10 cm
from a painting by Lawrenson
   
250
Betterton. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1808
eng 17½x10½ cm
portrait by Sir G. Kneller
   
  Fabronius, Dominique L.
251
Mr. John E. Owens as Solon Shingle from the original picture painted by Constant Mayer. New York, Endicott & Co. Print, 1865
lith 38x29½ cm
No. 1 of the Theatrical Album of Stars of the American Stage
   
  Fairn, John
252
Mrs. Cibber, from the original painting in the possession of Chas.
Bedford, London, J. Sewell, 1791
eng 17x11½ cm
from European Magazine
portrait by Orchard, eng by Fairn
   
  Fairland, Thomas, 1804-1852
253
Miss Cushman and Miss Susan Cushman. London, Thomas McLean
lith 44½x30 cm
Miss Gillies, artist
   
254
N.A.
   
255
[Fanny Davenport. ca. 1870]
eng 22x15 cm image only
proof before lettering
   
256
[Fanny Davenport as Rosaling. ca. 1870]
eng 30½x23½ cm
proof before lettering
   
257
[Fanny Kemble]
eng 15½x10½ cm
   
258
[Fanny Sterling]
lith 15x11 cm
   
  Fenner, Sears & Co.
259
Arcade, Philadelphia. London, Hilton & Simkin & Marshall, 1831
eng 15x12 cm
drawn by C. Burton, New York
   
260
Chesnut Street Theater, Philadelphia. London, J. T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall, 1831
eng 20x26½ cm
drawn by W. Goodacre
   
261
Theatre, Newport. London, Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall, 1831
eng 10½x26½ cm
drawn by W. Goodacre, Jr.
   
262
Theater, Walnut Street, Philadelphia. London, Hinton, Simpkin & Marshall, 1831
eng 10x15½ cm
drawn by C. Burton
   
  Ferris, Stephen James, 1835-1915
263
[James E. Murdoch] 1880
eng 20x16 cm
proof before letters
another copy engraved: Truly yours, James E. Murdoch
   
264
[Joseph Haworth as Rinaldo]
eng 18x13 cm
   
265
[Julia Marlowe as Chatterton. 1899]
eng 18x12½ cm
   
  Fleischman, A.
266
Fanny Janauscheck als Medea. Munich, Peter & Fedoroff
eng 32x22 cm
A. Fleischmann, artist
   
267
[Lola Montez. Munich]
mezzotint 40x31 cm
   
268
Folies-Bergere. Lo Loie Fuller. Paris, CHAIX
lith in color 32x32½ cm
Endres Ch. Lorilleux & Cie.
   
269
Fords Theatre
eng 17x12½ cm
proof before lettering
   
  Forrest, Edwin, 1806-1872
270
Autograph, with flower border, October 22, 1856
19x22 cm ink drawing
   
271
[Forrest as King Lear.]
lith in color 27x16 cm
   
272
Frank E. Aiken
lith 21x13 cm
   
  Freeman, Samuel, 1773-1857
273
Mrs. Woffington. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1807
eng 14x9 cm
A. Pond, artist
from The Cabinet
   
  Frizzell, S. S.
274
Chas. Fechter as Hamlet. Boston, New England Lith Co.
lith 34½x25 cm
 
275
Clara Morris. Boston, J. H. Bufford’s Sons
lith 28½x21½ cm
drawn and printed expressly for the Folio
   
276
Dan Bryant. Chas H. Crosby & Co., [ca. 1864]
lith 29½x20 cm
drawn and printed expressly for The Matinee
   
277
F. S. Chanfrau, comedian. Boston, J. H. Bufford’s Sons, [ca. 1860]
lith 29x21 cm
drawn and printed expressly for the Folio
Warren, Phot.
   
278
Fanny Devenport. Boston, J. H. Bufford’s Sons, [ca. 1875]
lith 28x22 cm
drawn and printed expressly for the Folio
   
279
[G. F. Cooke as Richard 3rd]
eng 18½x11½ cm
proof before lettering
   
  Gabriel Ravel. [New York], E. Dexter, 1875
280
eng 18½x14½ cm
port by AB
   
  Gardiner, William Nelson, 1776-1814
281
Le Comte Antoine Hamilton. [London] E. & S. Harding, 1793
eng 12x10 cm
S. Harding, artist
from the original picture in the collection of Lord Beaulieu at Ditton Park
   
282
Mr. Kemble of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. London, John Sewell, 1797
eng 14½x12 cm
S. Harding, artist
for European Magazine
   
  Gear, Joseph, 1768-1853
283
Mr. Warren as Shadrach. [Portsmouth] ca. 1848
eng 20½x14½ cm
   
  General Lith. Establishment
284
A distinguished comedian in one of his popular characters. [London] T. McLean, 1841
lith 29x21 cm
H. B. Sketches no. 676
artist: HB
   
285
General Tom Thumb’s bridal party (Mr. and Mrs. Genl Thom Thumb, Commodore and Mrs. Nutt.) ca. 1863
lith in color 11½x15 cm
port signed: Haerting
   
  Gimber, Stephen Henry, 1806-1862
286
[Cinderella] Scene 1, Act 1. N.Y., Bourne, 1831
lith 24x31½ cm
lith of Pendleton, N.Y.
[Mr. Jones in Cinderella]
   
287
[Cinderella] Scene 1, Act 2. N.Y., Bourne, 1831
lith 24x31½ cm
lith of Pendleton, N.Y.
[Messrs Jones and Thorne and Mmes Blake and Vernon in Cinderella]
   
288
[Cinderella] Scene 1, Act 3. N.Y., Bourne, 1831
lith 24x31½ cm
lith of Pendleton, N.Y.
[Messrs Thorne and Placide in Cinderella]
   
289
[Cinderella] Scene 3, Act 1. N.Y. Bourne, 1831
lith 24x31½ cm
lith of Pendleton, N.Y.
[Mrs. Austin as Cinderella, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Vernon]
   
290
[Cinderella Scene 5, Act 3. N.Y., Bourne, 1831
lith 24x31½ cm
lith of Pendleton
[Mrs. Austin and chorus in Cinderella]
   
291
[Cinderella] Scene 5, Act 5. N.Y., Bourne, 1831
lith 24x31½ cm
[lith of Pendleton]
[Mrs. Austin and Mr. Jones in Cinderella]
   
292
Henry Placide. New York, Gimber, 1836
mezzotint 20½x18 cm
drawn and engraved by Stephen H. Gimber
autograph of Placide
   
293
Mrs. S. Chapman
eng 23x22 cm
E.D. Marchant, artist
   
294
Mrs. Siddons. Harper & Bros., 1834
eng 18½x10½ cm
after painting by T. Lawrence
   
295
Thos. S. Hamblin, tragedian. [New York] J. Neale [ca. 1825]
lith 26x22½ cm
drawn on stone from life by S.H. Gimber, C. G. Graham’s lith
   
  Godby, James
296
The young Roscius in the character of Douglas. London, Edward Orme, 1805
eng 23x17½ cm
Engraved by Godby from the original drawing in the Possession of his royal highness, the Prince of Wales
   
  Godfrey, Richard B., b. 1728
297
Mr. Holman in the character of Chamont. London, J. Bell British Library, 1792
eng 29x21 cm
from the original picture pained from life by DeWilde
   
  Goldar, John 1729-1795
298
Mr. Wm. Parsons, comedian
eng 16x10½ cm
from a miniature by Hayter
   
  Goodall (C.) & Son
299
Frederick Leslie as Rip in the comedy of Rip Van Winkle. London, C. Goodall & Son
lith in color 25x16 cm
Society Bijou portraits, no. 24
   
  Goodman, Charles, 1796-1835
300
Mr. Kean as Shylock. Philadelphia
eng 21x12½ cm
drawn by Neagle
Stauffer 1121
   
  Graetz, F.
301
When the strangers homeward fly (our guests have flown o’er the roaring tide-to spend our gold on the other side.) New York, Puck, [1883]
lith in color 21½x30 cm
Mayer, Merkle & Ottmann, Lith.
   
  Graham, A. W.
302
Wm. B. Wood
eng 20½x13 cm
from a dag by M. P. Simons
   
  The Graphic Co., New York
303
Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Farewell to the state. Miss Charlotte Cushman, one week only, commencing Monday evening, November 9th, 1874
lith 37x32 cm
   
304
The great fight for the championship of America between John Morrissey and John C. Heenan for $2500 a side at Long Point Island, Canada
October 20, 1858
lith 22x33 cm in color
   
  Grevedon, H.
305
Mme Malibran-Garcia. Paris, C. Motte, ca. 1829
lith 32½x25½ cm
   
306
Miss Taglioni. London, C. Motte, 1831
lith in color 30x26 cm
  Gribayedoff, V.
307
John B. Rice-actor & manager. New York, 1882
eng 19x14 cm
proof before lettering
   
308
[Mitchell of Mitchell’s Olympic-Brdway]
eng 17½x8½ cm
   
  Grotecloss
309
Davenport. ca. 1885
photo 15x10½ cm
verso contains note: To my dear friend Mrs. Noring from Mr. Affectd-Henry Davenport. Dec. 25th/85
   
  Grozelier, Leopold, 1830-1865
310
Charlotte Cushman. Boston, S. W. Chandler & Bros., [ca. 1840]
lith 12½x10 cm
artist: LG
facsimile autograph
   
311
Charlotte Cushman. Philadelphia, Lith of P. S. Duval, [ca. 1835]
lith 28x23½ cm
   
  Guerand, H. T.
312
[Maude Branscombe]
lith 12x8 cm
proof
   
  Gutekunst, F.
313
[Edwin Forrest]
photo 45x38½ cm
   
314
Lawrence Barrett. 1890
photo 37x31 cm
   
315
Mrs. John Drew
photo 39x33 cm
   
316
Mr. John S. Clarke. London, Sprague & Co., 1885
photo lith 27½x18 cm
from a photo by F. Gutekunst
Society Bijou portraits, no. 139
   
  Hall, Charles Bryan, 1840-1896
317
E. L. Davenport as Brutus
eng 16½x11 cm
Artist: CBH
   
318
[Edwin Booth as Iago]
eng 17½x13 cm
signed proof before lettering
   
319
Edwin Booth as Pescara
eng 15½x10 cm
drawing signed by C.B.H.
   
320
Edwin Forrest as Coriolanus
eng 16x11 cm
   
321
[J. B. Booth as Hamlet. Ca. 1825]
eng 25x17½ cm
signed proof before lettering
   
322
[Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle]
eng 18x12½ cm
signed proof
   
323
[Lawrence Barrett. ca. 1870]
eng 25x17 cm
6/100 signed proof
   
324
[Statue of Edwin Booth as Hamlet. ca. 1876]
eng 24x17 cm
D. B. Sheahan, Sculptor
signed proof before lettering
   
325
W. R. Blake, comedian. New York, T. W. Lawrence, 1883
eng 25x17½ cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Hall, George R., b. 1818
326
Cassius (Characterized by Mr. Lawrence Barrett). New York, Virtue & Yorston [ca. 1865]
eng 35x25½ image
   
327
Edwin Forrest as Othello. [ca. 1850]
eng 14x10 cm
another copy is engraver’s proof on India paper
   
328
John Howard Payne, author of Home, Sweet Home and the tragedy of Brutus
eng 33½x25 cm
from a dag by Brady
"Allen Forman Esq. with compliments of Gabriel Harrison, 1883"
   
329
Sir John Falstaff (Characterized by Mr. Ben de Bar). New York, Virture & Yorston [ca. 1859]
eng 35x25 cm image
F. Wolcker, artist
   
  Hall, H. E.
330
[Edwin Booth]
eng 20x13 cm
   
  Hall, Henry Bryan, 1808-1884
331
Alexina Baker. New York, D. Appleton & Co. [ca. 1850]
eng 27½x19 cm
from a crystalotype by McClees & Germon
   
332
Edwin Forrest as Virginius, 1873
eng 25x17½ cm
[only 35 copies printed and plate destroyed]
   
333
[George Holland] 1871
eng 25x17½ cm
proof on India paper; another copy has facsimile autograph; third copy is inscribed: "George Leroy Holland, Eldest Son, April 1902."
   
334
[Mary Gannon] 1870
eng 25x18 cm
private plate
   
335
Matilda Heron
eng 25x18 cm
from a dag by J. M. Ford
   
336
Stephen Price. New York, T. H. Morrell, 1872
eng 25x17½ cm
"100 impressions only taken and plate destroyed. T. H. Morrell, N. Y., 1872."
"T. J. McKee Esq. with the regards of T. H. Morrell. Only 20 unlettered proofs. October 21, 1872."
[from a painting by S. W. Reynolds]
   
  Hall (H. B.) & Sons
337
Edwin Forrest as Richard III. [ca. 1860]
eng 23x16 cm
five copies: with lettering; 1st proof; 2nd proof; engraver’s proof on India paper; final without lettering
   
338
Edwin Forrest at 65. [ca. 1871]
eng 24½x16½ cm
facsimile autograph
another copy in engravers trial proof on India paper without lettering
   
339
Junius Brutus Booth. [ca. 1840]
engraved 25x17½ cm
Bust by T. R. Gould
   
340
[Lawrence Barrett] New York [ca. 1860]
eng 24½x16 cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Hall’s (H. B.) Sons
341
J. K. Emmet. New York, H. B. Hall’s Sons, [ca. 1870]
eng 24½x16½ cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Hall, John, 1739-1797
342
Mrs. Abington in the character of Charlotte [in The Hypocrite] [London] W. Lowndes, 1786
eng 17½x12 cm
Ryley ad vivam, del.
   
  Halpin, Frederick W., 1805-1880
343
Edwin Forrest, at 21
eng 24x15½ cm
   
344
Edwin Forrest at 45
eng 24x16 cm
four copies, three of which are trial proofs
   
345
Edwin Forrest as The Gladiator
eng 13½x10½ cm
   
  Hamilton, R. J.
346
Adah Isaacs Menken in her extraordinary equestrian act
lith in color 29x22 cm
   
  Harding, Edward, 1776-1796
347
Joseph Harris, comedian
eng 19x14 cm
S. Harding, artist
"From the original picture in the collection of the Earl of Oxford at Strawbery Hill."
   
348
Spranger Barry. [London] E. & S. Harding, Pall Mall, 1796
eng 19x14 cm
From an original picture by Sr. Joshua Reynolds in the collection of Portis, Esq.
   
  Harding, James Duffield, 1798-1863
349
Juliet standing at the window. Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co.
lith 23½x19 cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by J. D. Harding
   
  Harding, Sylvester, 1745-1809
350
Richard Burbage, the first performer of King Richard III. London, E. Harding, 1790
eng 16x13 cm
engraved from an original picture in Dulwich College
   
  Harris, Samuel
 351
Mr. Bernard. [ca. 1790]
14x9 cm
two copies
   
  Harrison, Richard G.
352
Mr. Benjamin G. Rogers, the Philadelphia comedian, as Dr. Pangloss
eng 22½x14½ cm
dag by Phillippi
   
  Hart, Charles
353
Anderson in his presentation entertainments. New York [ca. 1860]
eng 25½x20 cm image
   
354
Broadway Theatre; Mr. Chanfrau as Sam. New York, [ca. 1855]
lith in color 25x20½ cm
   
355
John E. Owens as Paul Pry. New York
lith in color. 29½x21 cm
   
356
John E. Owens as Solon Shingle. New York
lith in color 29½x21 cm
   
357
Mlle Caroline Acosta, premier Danseuse from the Royal Opera Madrid. New York
lith in color 26½x20½
   
  Hayes, J
358
Keeley as Robin in The Sergeant’s Wife. Engelmann & Co.
lith 25x18½ cm
painted & drawn on stone by J. Hayes
   
  Hayter, John
359
Frances Ann Kemble as Juliet. Philadelphia, Childs & Inman
lith 14x8 cm image
John Hayter, del.
[on stone by A. Newsam]
   
  Heath, James, 1757-1834
360
Mr. Holman. London, J. P. Thompson, 1812
eng 25x21 cm
Engraved. . . from an enamel by Bone, painted in the year 1800
   
361
Mr. John Bannister. [London] James Heath, 1802
eng 12x10 cm
Engraved by James Heath from a picture by J. Russell
   
362
Mrs. Billington in the character of Mandane. London, W. Lowndes, 1788
eng 17½x11½
Stothard ad vivam del.
   
363
Mrs. Jordan. [London] J. Heath, 1802
eng 11½x9 cm
from a picture by J. Russell
   
364
Mrs. Siddons. [London], J. Heath, 1799
eng 12x9½ cm
from a picture by T. Lawrence
   
  Heath, William, 1795-1840
365
Portraits of Monsr. Alexandre, in his various characters of the Rogueries of Nicholas. Birmingham, 1826
eng 34x25 cm
   
  Heidemans, Henri Ph
366
Augusta in the role of the Bayadere. [New York] W. A. Colman, 1837
lith in color 30½x23 cm
Henri Heidemans, artist
N. Currier’s lith
   
367
The Rainers. New York, J. F. Atwill, 1842
lith 23x34 cm
From life and on stone by Henri Ph. Heidemans, printed by Endicott
   
  Henry E. Johnston
368
eng 18½x11½ cm
   
  Herve, C. S.
369
Mr. E. L. Davenport (Theatre Royal Haymarket) as William. [London] Reeve & Nichols, 1851.
lith 32x20½ cm
   
  Hewitt, William Keesey, 1817-1893
370
Mr. Placide, in the character of Frederick 2nd, in "St. Patrick’s Eve." New York, Linen, Horn & Co., 1837
lith 28½x20½ cm
Heidemans, H., artist; N Currier’s Lith.
   
371
Mrs. George Jones, the tragic actress. New York, Linen & Fennell, 1838
lith 29x23 cm
F. S. Agate, del., N. Currier’s Lith.
two copies
   
  Hodgson & Co.
372
Mr. Mathew in his various characters in A Wild Goose Chace or the Inn at Baltimore. [London] Hodgson & Co., 1823eng with color
11x49 cm
G. Ck, artist
mounted with: Mathew’s trip to America. [London] Hodgson & Co., 1824
eng with color 11½x33½ cm
   
  Hoen (A.) & Co.
373
Miss Augusta Dargon; the great tragic actress, supported by J. H. Taylor and Geo. Beck’s select company, Baltimore, A. Hoen & Co.
lith 21x16 cm
   
Hoffy, Alfred M., b. ca. 1790
374
Ellen Tree in the character of Mariane in The wreckers daughter. New York, C. Shepard, 1837
lith 23x19 cm image
Drawn on stone by Hoffy, from the original sketch, taken from life by Heidemens; J.T. Bowen’s Lith.
facsimile autograph
   
  Hogarth, William, 1697-1764
375
Mr. Garrick in the character of Richard the 3d. 1746
eng 42x52½ cm
painted by Wm. Hogarth; engraved by Wm. Hogarth & C. Grignion
   
  Holl, B
376
J. P. Kemble
eng 12x10½ cm
Engraved by Holl from a drawing of Sir Thomas Lawrence in the possession of Charles Mathews
   
377
J. W. Wallack
eng 20½x14½ cm
A. Wivell, artist
facsimile autograph
   
378
Mr. Macready as Henri Quatre. [London] Beale
eng 20x13½ cm
proof
   
379
Sir Robert Walpole
eng 5x4 cm
text of biographical sketch, p. 19
   
  Hollyer, Samuel, 1826-1919
380
A. I. Menken
eng 16½x11 cm
signed proof
   
381
Adelaide Neilson
eng 25x17½ cm
signed by Hollyer; Sarony, artist
   
382
Agnes R. Boucicault. [ca. 1855]
eng 22x14½ cm
signed proof
   
383
Burton’s Theater, 1844. ca. 1910
eng 12x17½ cm
signed proof
   
384
C. W. Couldock. ca. 1896
eng 21½x15 cm
Falk, artist
signed proof; another copy in unfinished state
   
385
Charles Fechter
eng 22½x15 cm
signed proof
   
386
Charles Fisher
eng 24½x16½ cm
signed proof
   
387
Chas. R Thorne, Sr.
eng 24x16 cm
proof before lettering
388
Charlotte Cushman. ca. 1895
eng 17½x11½ cm
also first state proof; signed proof
   
389
Clara Morris
eng 22x14½ cm
first state proof; signed unfinished state proof; and signed proof autographed by Clara Morris
   
390
Dion Boucicault. ca. 1895
eng 22x15 cm
signed proof
   
391
E. A. Southern as Lord Dundreary
eng 18x13 cm
signed proof; signed unfinished state
   
392
Edwin Booth. [ca. 1894]
eng 17½x11½ cm
signed proof
   
393
Edwin Booth [ca. 1894]
eng 18x13 cm
Sarony, artist
two copies: signed first trial proof, signed proof
   
394
[Effie Germon. ca. 1870]
eng 22x15½ cm
signed proof, signed first state
   
395
Elizabeth Ponisi
eng 9x8 cm image
signed proof
   
396
Ellen Terry, 1884
eng 17½x12½ cm
signed proof; signed first state
   
397
Fanny Davenport. [ca. 1894]
eng 17½x12½ cm
signed proof
   
398
[F. C. Bangs]
eng 21½x14½ cm
signed proof
   
399
Helena Modjeska. ca. 1894
eng 22x14½ cm
signed proof
   
400
J. Lester Wallack. Guttenberg, N. J., S. Hollyer, 1889
eng 17½x11½ cm
facsimile autograph
signed proof
   
401
J. H. Stoddart
eng 22x14 cm
signed proof
   
402
[J. H. McVicker]
eng 10½x9½ cm
proof before letters
   
403
[Jefferson as Bob Acres in The Rivals. ca. 1900]
eng 17x12 cm
one of two impressions from first state, signed
   
404
John Brougham. Guttenberg, N. J., S. Hollyer, [ca. 1875]
eng 17½x11½ cm
signed proof
   
405
John Gilbert. Guttenberg, N. J., S. Hollyer, 1889
eng 17½x11½ cm
signed proof; signed first state; signed second state
   
406
John McCullough
eng 17½x11½ cm
signed proof; signed unfinished state
   
407
J. Jefferson
eng 17x12½ cm
Sarony, artist
signed proof; singed first state
   
408
J. Jefferson [as Bob Acres] ca. 1900
eng 16x10½ cm
signed proof
   
409
J. Jefferson
eng 17½x12½ cm
signed proof
   
410
J. Jefferson. Guttenberg, N. J., S. Hollyer, [ca. 1900]
eng 17x12 cm
singed proof
   
411
J. Jefferson [as Rip Van Winkle]
eng 17x12 cm
proof, first state, second state, second state on India paper; all signed
   
412
Laura Keene. ca. 1896
eng 22½x15 cm
signed proof
   
413
[Louisa Drew, ca. 1870]
eng 22½x14½ cm
Sarony, artist
singed proof
   
414
[Mary Anderson. ca. 1880]
eng 17½x12 cm
singe proof
another copy colored
facsimile autograph
   
415
Mrs. G H Gilbert
eng 21½x14 cm
singed proof
   
416
Mrs. Hodginson
eng 21½x14 cm
W. Dunlap, artist
after C. Tiebout’s engraving of Dunlap’s drawing
signed proof
   
417
[Mrs. Hoey]
eng 22½x15 cm
singed proof
   
418
Rose Coghlan [as Lady Teazel, 1881]
eng 17x12 cm
autograph: Rose Coghlan 1907
singed proof
   
419
Thomas Barry
eng 25x18 cm
private plate
singed proof
420
[Thomas H. Hadaway]
eng 18x12½ cm
proof before letters
   
421
Thomas Wignell
eng 22½x15 cm
singed proof before letters
"private plate: (the entire issue consisted of only 25 copies. – McKeel cat. part 9, page 1371)"
   
422
W. J. Florence
eng 22x14 cm
singed proof; [private plate]
   
423
W. J. Florence [as Sir Lucius O’Trigger. 1900]
eng 17½x12 cm
singed proof
   
424
William Davidge
eng 22x14½ cm
Sarony, artist
singed proof
   
425
William Warren
eng 17½x12 cm
signed proof
   
  Hopwood, James, 1752-1819
426
Colley Cibber. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1808
eng 16½x10 cm
Vanloo, artist
   
427
Macklin. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1808
eng 17½x9½ cm
Opie, artist
   
428
Mr. Elliston. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1807
Eng 17½x10½ cm
DeWilde, artist
   
429
Mrs. H. Johnston. [London] J. Bell, 1812
Eng 23½x14½ cm
Moses Haughton, artist
Proof
   
430
Mrs. Hartley. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1807
eng 18½x10 cm
Sir Joshua Reynolds, artist
   
  Horsburgh, John, 1791-1869
431
Mr. Vandenhoff in the character of Hamlet. Edinburgh, Edward West & Co.
eng 25x17 cm
after painting by William Stewart Watson
proof
   
  Houston, H.
432
J. Kemble in the character of King Richard the third. [Philadelphia, Freeman & Co., 1696]
eng 10x8 cm
Steward, artist
Stauffer 1460
   
  Howard
433
[Edwin Booth]
eng 25x20 cm
   
  [Hughey Dougherty]
434
photo 17½x12½ cm
   
  Humphreys, William, 1784-1865
435
Mrs. Sloman of Covent Garden Theater in the character of Belvidera. Printed by B. Rogers
eng 25x20½ cm
W. Chatfield, artist
   
  Hunt, Albert
436
[Abraham Lincoln] City Point, Va.
March 27, 1865
Half-tone reproduction 18½x12 cm
   
437
[Abraham Lincoln] July, 1864
half-tone reproduction 18x12 cm
   
  Illman, Thomas, d. ca. 1859
438
Edmund Simpson Esq. New York, E. M. Murden
eng 16x10 cm
from a painting by Jarvis; G. Neale, printer
proof
   
439
James H. Caldwell. [ca. 1825]
eng 12x10½ cm
Engraved by Illman & Pilbrow from a painting by Jarvis
   
  Imbert, Anthony
440
Macready as Coriolanus
lith 20½x16 cm
G. Catlin, artist
   
441
Monsr. and Mad. Vestris
lith 28½x21 cm
Canova, artist
   
  Inman, Henry, 1801-1846
442
Charles Kean. [Childs & Inman]
lith 18x14 cm
H. Inman, artist
autograph on proof without letters: Charles John Kean to Miss Caroline Fisher
two copies
   
  Ireland, Samuel, d. 1800
443
Wm. Hogarth
eng 24½x20½ cm
etched by Sam Ireland from an original portrait in oil by Hogarth in his possession
   
  Ising, Charles
444
Miss Louisa V. Parker, as Eva in G. L. Aikens’ celebrated dramatic version of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, as performed by her at The Chestnut Street Theater. [Philadelphia]
lith 21½x17 cm image
J L. Magee, artist
from a dag
   
445
J. B. Booth [as Richard 3rd ca. 1821]
eng 23x15 cm
from an original drawing by Rouse in the possession of Edwin Booth
   
446
[J. B. Booth as Richard 3rd ca. 1821]
lith in color 26½x17½ cm
[from an original drawing by Rouse]
   
447
J. B. Booth [ca. 1815]
eng 10½x8½ cm
   
448
[J. Kemble]
eng 22½x14½ cm
proof before lettering
   
449
J. W. Wallack
lith 18x13½ cm
   
450
J. W. Wallack Jr. as Mercutio
eng 16x13 cm oval
proof before letters and border
   
451
J. W. Wallack, Jr. New York, E. Dexter, 1877
eng 22x15 cm
artist: AB
   
452
J. W. Wallack, Sr. as Jacques
eng 16x13½ cm
proof before lettering and border
   
453
J. Wilkes Booth
eng 17½x12½ cm
   
  Jackman, William G
454
Edwin Booth. New York, Charles S. Bernard & Co., 1862
eng 19x12½ cm
from a photograph
   
455
Edwin Forrest as Virginius. [ca. 1860]
eng 24x15½ cm
another copy is trial proof
   
456
Edwin Forrest. New York, Moore & Bernard, 1860
eng 19½x13 cm
from a photograph
   
457
Kate Fisher
eng 21½x14 cm
another copy is unfinished proof
Engraved for French’s Standard Drama
   
458
Maggie Mitchell
eng 5½x3½ cm image
   
459
[Mrs. Charles M. Walcot, Sr.] New York, Charles S. Bernard & Co., of the American Dramatic Institute
eng 17x11 cm
   
460
W. E. Burton. New York, D. Appleton & Co., [ca. 1859]
eng 22x14 cm
dag by Brady
   
461
W. E. Burton. [ca. 1859]
eng 22½x15 cm
   
462
Jane Placide
eng 12x10½ cm
   
463
Jenny Lind
eng 12x10½ cm
trial proof
   
464
Jim Crow, the American Montebank performing at the Grand Theater. London, W. S. Fores
lith 31x24 cm
no: 14; artist: D. B.
   
  Job, Leon
465
John Drew. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval & Co.
lith 34x26 cm
dag by Wm. L. Germon
port signed L Job
466
[John Brougham] New York, Wm. A. Pond, 1865
lith 27x20½ cm
   
467
[John Drew, Sr.]
pen and ink 15x11½ cm
two states
   
468
[John Gilbert as "Sir Peter Teazle. 1888]
eng 22½x15 cm
proof before lettering
also preliminary pen drawing
artist: AB
   
469
John Gilbert, the veteran actor, and his principal characters. 1879
magazine clipping 37½x24 cm
biography and seven portraits
   
470
John Howard Payne
eng 9x8½ cm image
   
471
[John S. Clarke as Major DeBoots. ca. 1867]
lith 14½x10½ cm
artist: A. C.
   
  Johnson, Thomas George, 1844-1904
472
[Bookplate of E. S. Willard] [1903]
eng 17x12½ cm
singed proof
   
473
[Edwin Booth]
etching 13½x24½ cm image
not finished; plate destroyed
verso has etching fragment
   
474
[Joseph Jefferson]
eng 16½x10½ cm
proof without lettering
   
475
[Mary Anderson] [ca. 1875]
eng 17½x11½ cm
singed first state; second state; singed proof in red
   
476
[Mary Anderson] 1890
eng 31x23½ cm
singed proof
   
  Johnson, Fry & Co.
477
Mr. Edwin Forrest as Othello. New York, Johnson, Fry & Co., 1858
eng 16x13 cm
   
  Johnston, David Claypool, 1798-1865
478
Goldfinch, as represented in the principal southern theaters by A. J. Allen, the American costumer. Pendleton’s Lith.
lith in color 25x18 cm
   
479
[Group] Andrews, Forrest, Macready, Holland, Cooper, Sloman, Blissett, and Master Burke
eng 9x14½ cm
   
480
[Group in costume] Boston
eng 7x13 cm
includes: Kean, Barnes, Brown, Finn, Kilner, Jefferson, Mathews
   
481
The late Mrs. Morris. 1828
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
drawn and engraved by D. C. Johnston
Stauffer 1493
   
482
Mr. E. Forrest as Metamora in Mr. Stone’s new prize tragedy. Boston, Lith of Pendleton, [1830]
lith 27½x21½ cm
   
483
Mr. Hamblin, of the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane. Lith of Pendleton. [ca. 1822]
lith 14x13 image
H. J. Finn, artist
note: "This is one of the 1st lithographs made in this country. H. W. Bryant (given to me by Mr. Johnston.)"
   
484
Mr. Jefferson as Logic [in] Tom & Jerry
eng in color 19x11 cm
sketched 7 eng by D. C. Johnston
two copies
Stauffer 1488
   
485
Mr. Mathews as Monsieur Morbleu
eng 19x15 cm
Stauffer 1491
   
486
Mr. Sloman [signing] Sweet Kitty Clover. Lith of Pendleton, ca. 1828
lith 18½x14 cm
   
487
Mr. Wilson, as Pierre. Lith of Pendleton
lith 24x15 cm
   
488
Paul Pry and Col. Hardy as represented by Mr. Finn and Mr. Kilner. Lith of Pendleton
lith 23½x19½ cm
   
  Jones, John, 1740-1797
489
Mr. Henderson. [London] J. Jones, 1783
mezzotint 34x27½ cm
painted by T. Gainsborough
   
  Jones, Thomas
490
Miss Hughes, as Reiza in the celebrated opera of Oberon. London, Moon, Boys, and Graves, 1828
eng 31x23 cm
painted by W. McCall
   
491
[Joseph Jefferson]
eng 31x23 cm
proof
   
492
[Joseph Jefferson]
lith 16½x15 cm image
proof
   
493
[Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle. Two different poses sitting on table]
lith in color 24x19 cm each sheet
   
  Kelly, Thomas, ca. 1795-ca. 1841
494
Geo. H. Hill, comedian. R Miller, Printer
eng 23½x17 cm
painted and engraved for the New York Mirror
Geo. W. Twibill, artist
Stauffer 1605
   
  Kennerly
495
Mr. Wallack as the Earle of Leicester in the new play of Kenilworth. [London] Edward Duncombe
eng 14½x17½ cm image
   
  Keppler, Joseph, 1838-1894
496
E. A. Sothern [as Fitzaltimont], the crushed tragedian
lith 33½x24 cm
from Puck
   
497
Janauscheck as Klio in dem zur Friedensfeir am 12. Marz aufgefuhrten Festgedicht: Das letzte Jahrzehnt. Peacefestival in St. Louis
lith 22x28 cm
   
498
J. Jefferson
lith 31x22 cm
port of Jefferson and four sketches from Rip Van Winkle from Puck
   
499
A leading lady; a picture of Contemporaneous human interest
lith 30½x22 cm
caricature of Fanny Davenport and Augustin Daly from Puck
   
500
Mrs. D. P. Bowers, actress. [ca. 1860]
lith 27x21½ cm
   
501
Our British beauty. "The King is but a man as I am."-Henry the Fifth. [G. Rignold]
lith 30½x22 cm
from Puck
   
502
Our leading juvenile. [J. Lester Wallack]
lith 31x22 cm
from Puck
503
The prairie phenomenon (reversible portrait) [Mary Anderson]
lith 31x21½ cm
Puck’s stage sketches, no VIII
   
504
Sarah Bernhardt, the modern Pizpah, protecting her son from the clerical vultures. A little variation on M. Becker’s famous picture. [New York, ca. 1880]
lith in color 29½x21½ cm
for Puck
caricature of Bernhardt and Rev. Dr. Talmage
   
505
The taking of St. Louis, by Ralph Keeler and A. R. Waud, special correspondent and artist of "Every Saturday"
lith 18½x15 cm
   
  Kersting
506
Mr. Redman, of the Theater Royal Covent Garden
eng 13x11 cm
   
  King, Francis Scott, 1850-
507
[Joseph Jefferson as Bob Acres]
wood eng 17½x10 cm
signed proof
   
  Klauprech & Menzel
508
Mr. D. Marble as Jacob Jewsharp and Mr. D. Marble as Sampson Hardhead
lith 20½x38½ cm
B. W. Jenks, artist
   
  Kluiken, G.
509
Edwin Booth as Richelieu. Boston, Chas. H. Crosby & Co.
lith 29x21½ cm
Drawn and printed expressly for The Matinee
   
  Knight, Charles
510
Elizth Barry. [London] E. & S. Harding, 1792
eng 19x13 cm
from an original picture by Sr Godfrey Kneller
S. Harding, artist
   
  Kramer, Peter, 1823-1907
511
G. B. Swaine of the celebrated and Original New Orleans Serenaders, Ethiopian Operatic Troupe. Philadelphia. P. S. Duval’s lith steam press
lith port (13½x11 cm) and 4 port (13½x11½ cm) in character portraits from a dag by McClees and Germon
   
512
Mrs. Thayer, as Aunt Ophelia in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval & Co.
lith 31x26 cm
from a dag by Lyons; on stone by P. Kramer
   
  Lacauchie, Alexandre
513
Fanny Essler. Paris, Marchant [ca. 1850]
lith 25x16 cm
Alexandre Lacauchie, artist, lith. de Rigo freres
   
514
Mme Damoreau Cinti. Paris, Marchant
lith 25½x15½ cm
Alex. Lacauchie, artist; Lith de Rigo Freres
   
515
Rachel. Paris, Marchant
lith 25½x15½ cm
Alexandre Lacauchie, artist; Lith. Rigo Freres
   
  Lalauze, Adolphe
516
[Griffin & Johnson as Tribulation and Ananias]
eng 7½x9½ cm
apres Peter van Bleech
   
  Landy, J
517
E. L. Davenport. [ca. 1876]
photo 15x10 cm
autograph of E. L. Davenport
verso contains note: "Miss Tillie Thorney with sincere regards of the sitter. 1876."
   
518
James E. Murdoch
photograph 51x40 cm
inscription: Landy, Cin., O.
   
  Lane, Richard James, 1800-1872
519
C. Kemble. London, Colnaghi & Puckle, 1840
lith 21½x16 cm
Plate 15 (Proof)
   
520
Eliza Vestris [as] Lucy Morton. London, J. Mitchell, 1839
lith 21x15 cm (face tinted)
J. Graf, printer
facsimile autograph
   
521
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] Juliet: By whose direction found’st thou out this place [Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co.]
lith 23½x18½ cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by R. J. Lane
proof
   
522
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] Juliet: Sweet, good night! Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co.
lith 23½x18½ cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by R. J. Lane
proof
   
523
George Jones, author of The Histories of Ancient America. London, J. Mitchell, [1844]
lith 20x15½ cm
drawn from life by the Count D’Orsay and stone by R. J. Lane; C. Graf, Lith
   
524
Madame Vestris as a Broom Girl. J. Dickinson, 1826
lith 21x16 cm in color
designed and drawn on stone by Richard J. Lane; printed by C. Hullmandel
   
525
M. A . Warner
lith 20x15 cm
   
526
Miss Adelaide Kemble. London, J. Dickinson
lith 11½ cm diam
drawn on stone by R. J. Lane; M. & N. Hanhart, Lith.
   
527
Miss Vandenhoff as Juliet. ca. 1838
eng 14x10½ cm
engraved for Burton’s Magazine
   
528
Miss Vandehoff, as Juliet. London, J. Mitchell, ca. 1838
lith 26½x21 cm (face tinted)
drawn on stone by R. J. Lane;
Printed by M. & N. Hanhart
Romeo and Juliet, Act 2, Sc.2
   
529
Mr. Fetcher in the character of Hamlet. My father—methinks I see my father. London, J. Mitchell, 1861
eng 32x24½ cm
proof
drawn from life by R. J. Lane
   
530
Mr. Macready in the character of King Henry 4th. London, R. Ackermann, 1824
lith 20x16 cm
from a picture by John Jackson
   
531
Mrs. Keeley in the character of Jack Sheppard as represented at the Adelphi Theatre. N. Y., J. Mitchell
lith 29½x21 cm
   
532
Taglioni. London, J. Mitchell, 1845
eng 41x27 cm
proof
M. & N. Hanhart, Lith.
   
  Lanta, L
533
Lolla Montes, Comtesse de Lansfeld. [Paris] Decan et Lebref
lith 20x15½ cm
Le Voleur Le Cabinet de Lecture Reunis. Journal Litteraire
   
534
The last act in the popular comedy of The Divorce Case. [Caricature portraits of Forrest and his attorney, John Van Buren] New York, [ca. 1851]
lith 42½x30½ cm
   
  Laurie, Robert, 1740-1804
535
Miss Harper. [London] W. Richardson, 1780
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
   
536
Miss Pope. [London] W. Richardson, 1780
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
W. Dighton, artist
   
537
Mr. Dodd. [London] W. Richardson, 1779
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
   
538
Mr. Garrick. [London] W. Richardson, 1779
mezzotint 14x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
   
539
Mr. Palmer. [London] W. Richardson, 1779
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
   
540
Mr. Parsons. [London] W. Richardson, 1779
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
(2 copies)
   
541
Mr. Wroughton. [London] Wm. Richardson, 1779
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
   
542
Mrs. Mattocks. [London] W. Richardson, 1780
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
W. Dighton, artist
(another copy is proof before name)
   
543
Mrs. Wrighten. [London] W. Richardson, 1780
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
(another copy is proof before name)
   
544
Mrs. Yates. [London] W. Richardson, 1780
mezzotint 14x11½ cm
R. Dighton, artist
   
545
Lawrence Barrett in Francesca da Rimini [ca. 1870]
lith 28x20 cm
   
  Lely, Sir Peter, 1618-1680
546
Eleanor Gwynne, from a painting by Sir Peter Lely
eng 20x11½ cm
engraved for the Dramatic Magazine
   
  Leney, William S
547
G. F. Cooke, Esquire. [ca. 1800]
eng 9x7½ cm
Engraved from an original miniature painted by W. Dunlap
Stauffer 1735
   
548
John Hodgkinson
eng 11x15 cm
Groombridge, artist
Stauffer 1780
two copies
   
549
Master Betty; the young Roscius. London, Clay & Scriven, 1805
eng 26½x20 cm
after a drawing taken from life by J. Ramsey
Imprint varies from Stauffer 1715
   
550
Master Payne
eng 7½x6 cm
from the original miniature by Wood
Stauffer 1830
   
551
Mrs. Darley
eng 7x6 cm
Dunlap, artist
Stauffer 1742
   
552
William Henry West Betty. [ca. 1810]
eng 16x11½ cm
Stauffer 1714
   
  Lewis, James Otto, 1799-1858
553
Cooper as Piere [in] Venice preserved. Philadelphia, W. H. Morgan
eng 16½x12½ cm
C. R. Leslie, artist
Stauffer 1914
   
  Liebler & Maass
554
Richard Mansfield
photolithograph 36x28 cm
   
  Limbird, I
555
Mr. Liston as Paul Pry – I hope I don’t intrude. [London] I. Limbird
eng 14x8½ cm (hand colored)
   
556
Lola coming! Europe Farewell! America I come
lith 18½x25½ cm
   
557
Lola has come! Enthusiastic reception of Lola by American audience
lith 19x24½ cm
   
558
Lola in Boston! - - she visits the public schools
lith in color 19½x26 cm
   
559
London’s latest lunacy. [London, ca. 1880]
tinted lith 21½x30 cm
"Puck, to John Bull: - We’ve made fools of ourselves over many a lord, ‘tis true; But aren’t these new gods now making fools of you"
clipping from Puck
   
  Longacre, James Barton, 1794-1869
560
Miss Kelly, as Beatrice. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle; printed by B. Rogers
Stauffer 2029
   
561
Mr. Francis, as Sir George Thunder. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Staufer 1974
   
562
Mr. Macready as Virginius. [Philadelphia] Neal & Mackenzie
eng 22½x14 cm
from a drawing by J. Jackson
Stauffer 2045
   
563
Mr. Warren, as Sir Peter Teazle. [Philadelphia, Poole, 1826]
eng 18½x11½ cm
after a painting by J. Neagle
Lopez and Wemyss’ edition
Stauffer 2102
(2 copies, and a proof without letters)
   
564
Mr. Wemyss, as Rolando. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 2115
(also proof without lettering)
   
565
Mrs. Duff, as Mary. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ Edition
from a painting by J. Neagle
Stauffer 1967
(also proof without lettering)
   
566
Mrs. Francis, as Miss Harlow. Philadelphia, A. R. Poole, 1826
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ Edition
from a paining by J. Neagle
Stauffer 1975
   
  Lynch, J. H.
567
Miss Bartolozzi. London, Engelmann, Graf, Comdet & Co., 1828
lith 10½x8½ cm
drawn on stone by J. H. Lynch from a painting by J. Warrington
   
  McArdell, James, 1710-1765
568
Mr. Woodwarde in the character of ye fine gentlemen in Lethe. London, I . Ryall & R. Withy
mezzotint 33x25 cm
F. Hayman, artist
   
  McDougall, John Alexander, 1810-1894
569
Josephine Clifton. New York, Endicott
lith 24½x18½ cm
On stone by J. A. McDougall
   
  McGoffin, John, 1813-
570
Edmon S. Conner as Wallace. [New York] Turner & Fisher
eng 16½x10½ cm
"engraved by J. Magoffin"
   
571
John Drew as Handy Andy. Gebbie & Co. [ca. 1850]
eng 20x12½ cm
   
572
John S. Clarke (as Major Wellington de Boots.) Gebbie & Co. [ca. 1867]
eng 24x16½ cm
   
573
John T. Raymond as Col. Sellers in The Gilded Age. Gebbie & Co.
eng 25½x17½ cm
   
574
Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle. Gebbie & Co.
eng 25x17½ cm
   
575
Miss Alexina Fisher as Desdemona. New York, Turner & Fisher [ca. 1850]
eng 14x19½ cm
printed by E. W. Rogers
   
576
Miss Ellen Terry as Letitia Hardy. Gebbie & Co.
eng 24x16½ cm
   
577
Mr. Booth as Richard 3rd. New York, Turner & Fisher, [ca. 1821]
eng 15x9½ cm
J. Magoffin, artist
   
578
Mr. T. H. Hadaway as Caleb Quotem. New York, Turner & Fisher, [ca. 1830]
eng 16½x10½ cm
printed by E. W. Rogers
   
579
Robson and Crane (as the two dromios) Gebbie & Co.
eng 24x16½ cm
   
580
[Wm. E. Burton as Toodles. Gebbie & Co., ca. 1859]
proof before lettering
eng 25x17½ cm
   
581
[Wm. J. Florence as Bardwell Slote in The mighty dollar. Gebbie & Co.]
eng 11½x8 cm
proof before lettering
   
582
[Macklin]
eng 18x13 cm
from a painting by Opie
   
  McLellan, H. B.
583
William Warren, comedian. Boston, 1875
eng 25x21½ cm
facsimile autograph
from a picture by Sarony
   
  Maclure & Macdonald
584
[James Hudson. London., ca. 1849]
lith 19½x12 cm
   
585
Jane Reynolds. London, ca. 1839
lith 19½x12½ cm
   
586
Mr. Dion Boucicault (in The Shaughraun). London [ca. 1875]
lith in color. 36½x24 cm
artist’s signature: AB
No. 11
   
587
Mr. Henry Irving (Hamlet). London, [ca. 1875]
lith in color 33x24 cm
artist: A. B.
No. 2
   
  Madeley, G. E.
588
George Jones (The American tragedian) in the character of Hamlet…at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane upon the occasion of his complimentary benefit from the Friends of Literature and the Drama. [London] Ackerman & Co., 1836
lith 23½x20½ cm
from a painting by C. Martin
   
589
J. B. Booth, Esq. of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. London, Cowie and Strange [ca. 1817]
lith 13x9 cm
from an original painting
Ingrey & Madely, Lithog.
   
590
Mr. Edwin Forrest (The American Tragedian) as Spartacus, The Gladiator. London, G. E. Madeley
lith 31x23 cm
   
591
Mr. Edwin Forrest, the American tragedian as The Gladiator. London
lith 20½x13½ cm
Sold with No. 256, Figaro in London
   
592
Mr. Hackett as Falstaff. [London, ca. 1840]
lith 22x21 cm
King Henry 4th, Act 2, Sc 4
   
593
Mr. Hackett, as Monsr. Mallet (an exil'd General of Napoleon) [London] Madely
lith 31x19½ cm
   
594
Mr. Hill as Major Wheeler in the farce of New Notions. London, J. W. Childe
lith in color. 29x18 cm image
J. W. Childe, artist
   
595
Mr. Rice, the Jim Crow [London]
lith 28½x22 cm
   
596
William Mitchell, comedian. (Late of Theatre Royal Covent Garden, London) Proprietor of the Olympic Theatre, New York. London, 1848
lith 35x21½ cm
   
  Magee, John L.
597
A. H. Purdy, National Theater
lith 23x19½ cm
facsimile autograph
   
598
Illustrations of the Dramatists: no. 1 [Edwin Forrest as] Coriolanus. Philadelphia, J. L. Magee
lith in color 14½x9 cm
   
599
Illustrations of the Dramatists: No. 2 [Edwin Forrest as] Spartacus. Philadelphia, J. L. Magee
lith in color 14½x9 cm
   
600
Junius Brutus Booth. Philadelphia, P. E. Abel, 1869
lith 23x17 cm
Boell, pr.
   
601
Little Cordelia Howard, the child of nature, aged 5 years in the character of Eva, the original personator of the part. [ca. 1853]
lith 20x16 cm image
   
  Maguire, Henry C Jr.
602
Fanny Vining. M & N Hanhart
lith 28½x23½ cm
from a dag by Mayall
inscription: Truman Esqr. with compliments of F. V.
facsimile autograph
   
603
J. William Wallack. M & N Hanhart
lith 19½x16 cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Maguire, T. H.
604
Old Joe. London, John Mitchell, 1847
lith 20x16 cm image
M & N Hanhart lith
facsimile autograph
   
  Major & Knapp Engraving Co.
605
Barrett as Richelieu. New York, [ca. 1870]
toned lith 15x10 cm
   
606
Joseph Jefferson. New York
lith 16½x11 cm
facsimile autograph
   
607
Lawrence Barrett. New York, [ca. 1867]
lith 15x10 cm
verso: Announcement of Barrett in Richelieu at Harley’s Fifth Avenue Theatre, commencing Monday, Oct. 3
   
  Mansell, F
608
Edwin Forrest [as Spartacus in The Gladiator]
lith 23x15½ cm
   
  Marchand, James
609
Mrs. Woffington
eng 16x10½ cm
   
  Merchant, Edward Dalton, 1806-1887
610
Sol Smith of the theatres Saint Louis & Mobile. St. Louis, E. Dupré, 1839
lith 24x18½ cm
   
611
Margaret Mather, J. M. Hill’s new tragic star
lith in color 42x29½ cm
   
  Marigot, M
612
Philadelphia Theatre, in Chesnut Street. London, Albion Press, 1807
eng 13½x19 cm (aquatint)
   
  Martin, Johnson & Co.
613
Mr. Edwin Forrest as Coriolanus. New York, Martin, Johnson & Co., 1856
eng 16x13 cm
   
614
Mr. Edwin Forrest as King Lear. New York, Martin, Johnson & Co., 1856
eng 16x13 cm
   
  Martyn, J
615
Miss Adams in the character of Zulima. [1803]
eng 17½x10½ cm
   
616
Master Betty, surnamed Young Roscius, in the character of Norval, on his first appearance at Drury Lane Theatre on Monday, December 10, 1804. London, Tomkins, 1805
eng, colored 17x12½ cm
   
617
Master Betty; surnamed Young Roscius, in the character of Selim on his first appearance at Covent Garden Theatre on Saturday, December 1, 1804. London, Tompkins, 1804
eng colored 18½x14½ cm
   
  Mayer (Ferdinand) & Sons
618
Lotta. New York
lith 33x27 cm
   
  Menpes, Mortimer
619
Mrs. James Brown Potter
etching 25x20 cm
   
  Merritt, Anna Lea, 1844-
620
[Madge Kendal]
eng 28x20 cm
signed by Merritt and Kendal
   
  Meyer, Henry, 1783-1847
621
Edwin Forrest. London, J. Childe, 1836.
eng 29½x24.cm
J. W. Childe, artist
copy inscribed Edwin Forrest to his friend, R. M. Bird, Esq; another copy with lettering and no inscription; another copy inscribed Edwin Forrest to his friend Hephn Price 1836. imprint varies
   
622
Mr. Charles Mathews, comedian. London, J. Asperne, 1818
eng 19½x13 cm
published for the European magazine
from a painting by S. Drummond
   
623
Mrs. Oldfield. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1808
eng 17½x9½ cm
[from The Cabinet]
Richardson, artist
   
624
T. A. Cooper
eng 33x24½ cm
after Joseph Wood
proof before letters
   
625
Thomas Hamblin
eng 29½x21½ cm proof
Childs, artist
   
626
Miss Ada Rehan
lith 23x18 cm
   
627
Miss Bellamy, celebre actrice de Londres [ca. 1805]
eng 14x8½ cm
   
628
Miss Caroline Richings
lith 18x13½ cm
   
629
Miss Fanny Kemble. Artiste dramatique. 1830.
lith 16x15 cm image
[A. Deveria, artist]
   
630
[Miss Inverarity]
eng 23x16½ cm
proof
   
631
Miss Julia Smith, as Madge
lith 28½x21 cm
   
632
Miss Kelly, H. Sontag, Made. M. Garcia, Miss Rock, Mrs. Barnes
eng 7x24½ cm
   
633
Miss Maggie Harold
lith 21x15½ cm
   
634
Miss M. A. Gannon; the dramatic wonder, 12 years of age, at the Boston Museum, as Little Pickle in the sketch of the Spoiled Child. Boston, 1841
lith 26x17 cm
   
635
[Miss Mellon as Anne Paige]
eng 17½x11½ cm; proof
   
636
Miss Pope in the character of Doll Ship in Harlequin’s Invasion. London printed for Smith & R. Sayer, 1772
eng 9x7½ cm
another copy hand colored
   
637
Mr. Baddeley in the character of Canton in The clandestine marriage. London, Published by I. H.; sold by R. Wilkinson, no. 125 Fenchurch Street, 1794
eng 19x13½ cm
   
638
Mr. Barnes as Mawworm. New York, Elton’s Theatrical Print Store
eng, colored 13½x8 cm
   
639
Mr. Barry in the character of Hotspur in the first part of Henry IV. London, John Smith & Robt. Sayer, 1769
eng 14x9 cm hand colored
Done from an original picture the same size in the possession of Her Grace the Duchess of Northumberland
   
640
Mr. Beard in the character of Hawthorn in Love in a village. [London]
R. Sayer & J. Smith, 1769
eng 9x8 cm hand colored
641
Mr. Chanfrau as Mose in Glance at New York. New York [ca. 1849]
lith in color 34x26 cm
   
642
Mr. Charles Dillon as Othello
eng 18½x14 cm
   
643
Mr. Cherry in Lazarillo
eng 9x7 cm
   
644
Mr. Clarke in the character of Anthonio in the Merchant of Venice. [London]
J. Smith & R. Sayer, 1769
eng 9½x7½ cm
   
645
Mr. Dibden in the character of Mungo in the celebrated opera of the Padlock. London, R. Sayer
eng 9½x7½ cm
   
646
Mr. Dodd as a lady
eng 15½x10½ cm
proof before lettering
   
647
Mr. Edwin Forrest as Richard III. N.Y., Martin and Johnson, 1885
eng 24½x17½ cm
   
648
Mr. Foote in the character of Mrs. Cole in The minor. London, Printed for J. Smith and R. Sayer, [ca. 1769]
eng 9½x7½ cm
   
649
Mr. Foote in the character of the Devil upon two sticks. London, printed J. Smith and R. Sayer, 1769
eng 9½x7½ cm
   
650
Mr. Foote in the character of The Doctor in The devil upon two sticks
London, Printed for J. Smith and R. Sayer, [1769]
eng 9½x7½ cm colored
   
651
Mr. Forrest as The Gladiator. New York, John Lawrence [ca. 1835]
colored lith 19x20 cm image
artist: L. H. G.
   
652
Mr. F. S. Chanfrau as Mose. New York [ca. 1848]
lith 33x25 cm
   
653
Mr. F. S. Chanfrau as Mose & Miss M. Taylor, as Lize, in A glance at New York in 1848. [ca. 1848]
lith 31½x23 cm
second copy in color
   
654
Mr. F. S. Chanfrau, as Mose, rescuing the child in New York as it is. [ca. 1848]
lith 38x27 cm
   
655
Mr. Garrick in the character of Sr. John Brute. London, R. Sayer & J. Smith, 1772
eng 9½x8 cm
   
656
Mr. Garrick in the character of Sr. John Brute in the Provok’d Wife
London, R. Sayer & J. Smith, 1769
eng in color 9½x8½ cm
Done from an original picture of the same size in the possession of Her Grace the Dutchess of Northumberland
   
657
Mr. G. Dixon as Major Longbow
eng 16½x10½ cm
   
658
Mr. Gomersal as Captain Morton in Casco Bay
colored eng 21x17 cm
   
659
Mr. G. V. Brooke as King John. London, Sold by E. Morgan, Printer, next door to the Marylebone Theatre, [ca. 1845]
eng 25x19 cm
   
660
Mr. Hackett as Nimrod Wild-fire
lith in color 28x22½ cm
presentation inscription and annotations to Mr. Roden by Hackett
artist: E. W. Clay
   
661
Mr. Hackett as Solomon Swap
lith 28½x22½ cm
another copy in color with presentation inscription to Mr. Roden by Hackett
artist: E. W. Clay
   
662
Mr. Hammond as Filch in the Beggars Opera. [ca. 1847]
eng in color 20x11½ cm
   
663
Mr. H. Placide, as the King of Clubs
eng in color 15½x10 cm
   
664
Mr. Hilson as Paul Pry. New York, Elton’s Theatrical Print Store
eng in color 13½x8 cm
   
665
Mr. Holland in the character of Jachimo in Cymbeline. [London] J. Smith & Robert Sayer, 1771
eng 9x7½ cm
   
666
Mr. Hyatt as Billy Black. New York, Elton’s Theatrical Print Store
eng colored 13x7½ cm
W.H.T., artist
   
667
Mr. Jefferson. Dogb.-Heaven save the foundation!
eng 10½x7 cm
pencil inscription: "Fielding, no. 1826-the only known copy."
   
668
Mr. John Kemble of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. London, B. Crosby, 1795
eng 8x6 cm
   
669
Mr. Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle
eng 10x8½ cm
   
670
Mr. J. Proctor in his great original character of the Jibbenainosay (in Nick of the Woods)
lith in color 29½x21 cm
Insc: Youse truly, Joseph Proctor, Boston, Mass. June 4th, 1891
   
671
Mr. Kean, as Richard, Duke of Gloster
eng in color 12x10½ cm image
   
672
Mr. King in the character of Ld. Ogleby in the Clandestine Marriage done from an original picture of the same size, in the possession of Her Grace the Dutchess of Northumberland. London, J. Smith and R. Sayer, 1769
eng 9½x6½ cm
another copy in color
   
673
[Mr. Liston as Endless]
eng 15½x10½ cm
proof before lettering
   
674
Mr. Macklin in the character of Shylock. London, Printed for J. Smith & R. Sayer, ca. 1769
eng 9x7 cm
   
675
Mr. Maywood as Baron Trevasi
eng 28x20 cm
   
676
Mr. Moody in the character of Simon in Harlequin’s Invasion. London, J. Smith & R. Sayer, 1769
eng 9½x7½ cm
another copy colored
"Done from an original picture of the same size, in the possession of Her Grace the Dutchess of Northumberland."
   
677
Mr. Powell in the character of Cyrus. London, R. Sayer & J. Smith, 1769
eng in color 9½x8 cm
Done from an original picture of the same size in the possession of Her Grace the Dutchess of Northumberland
   
678
Mr. Powell in the character of Lovewel in the Clandestine Marriage. London, R Sayer & J. Smith, 1769
eng 9½x7½ cm
   
679
[Mr. Power as Murtoch Delany.]
eng 15x10½ cm
proof before letters
   
680
Mr. Quick
eng 15x10½ cm
proof before lettering
   
681
Mr. Quick
eng 15x10½ cm
proof before lettering
   
682
Mr. Ransford, of the Theater Royal Covent Garden, as singing (in character) the celebrated song The sea! The sea! London, Duncombe
eng 20x11½ cm
autograph
   
683
Mr. Reddish in the character of Posthumus in Cymbeline. London, R. Sayer and J. Smith, 1771
eng 9x7½ cm
   
684
Mr. Rice as Johnny Atkins. New York, Elton & Perkins
eng in color 13½x10½ cm
   
685
Mr. Richings in the character of Dashwood (in the Drama of the Times or Life in New York)
lith 20x17 cm
   
686
Mr. Shuter in the character of Justice Woodcock in Love in a village. London, R. Sayer and J. Smith, 1769
eng in color 9½x8 cm
   
687
Mr. Sloman, as dressed in character for his Three part Medley
eng 17x11½ cm
   
688
Mr. T. P. Cooke, as Norad [in] In the spirits of the moon. London, W West, 1824
eng in color 25x18½ cm
   
689
Mr. T. Rice as the original Jim Crow
lith 27x17½ image
   
690
Mr. W. H. Williams, as Flank in Two Wives. London, T. & I. Elvay, 1824
eng 20x13½ cm
   
691
Mr. Wallack as Dougal in Rob Roy
eng in color 8½x5½ cm
   
692
Mr. Weston in the character of Dr. Last in The Devil upon two sticks. London, R. Sayer & J. Smith ca. 1769
eng 9½x7½ cm
   
693
Mr. Woodward in the character of Razor in the Upholsterer. London, J. Smith & R. Sayer, 1771
eng 9x7 cm
another copy in color
   
694
Monument to Margaret Woofington in the church at Teddington
eng 23x15½ cm
   
  Moras, Ferdinand, 1821-1908
695
Miss J. M. Davenport in her celebrated character of Camille. Philadelphia, D. Chillas, Lith.
lith 24x18 cm
   
  Morgan, Mathew Somerville, 1839-1890
696
Alice D. Lingard. Philadelphia, Ledger Job Print
lith 30x24 cm
   
697
John McCullough. Philadelphia, T. Sinclair & Son, [1877]
lith 33x24½ cm
   
698
Mary Anderson. Ledger Job Print [ca. 1875]
lith 30x23 cm
   
  Morgan (W. J.) & Co.
699
Corinne. Cleveland
lith in color 38½x27½ cm
   
700
Pauline Hall. 1890
lith in color 41x27½ cm
presented by Christmas Dramatic News 1890
   
701
W. J. Scanlan, Friend and foe
lith in color 25½x16 cm
   
  Morton, Edward
702
J. Vandenhoff. London, J. Dickinson, ca. 1826
lith 20x15½ cm
G. Freeman, artist; printed by Graf and Soret
facsimile autograph
proof
   
703
Mr. W. J. Hammond in the character of Bill Buzbottle in Henry Brownrigges new drama The Bill Sticker. London, J. Mitchell, 1836
lith 30½x23½ cm
R. R. Scanlan, artist
   
  Morton, Edwin
704
Edwin Forrest. M. & H. Hanhart
lith 29½x23½ cm
S. Laurence, artist
   
  Mote, W. H.
705
Fanny Elssler. David Bogue, 1844
eng 25½x17 cm
Edwin D. Smith, artist
   
  Motte, C
706
Signor Paganini. London, Mori & Lavenu, 1832
lith 23x18 cm
R Hamerton, artist
The Musical Gem, 1832
   
707
Mrs. Bellamy in the character of Clarinda in The suspicious husband. [London], J. Smith & R. Sayer, [1769]
eng 10½x8½ cm
   
708
Mrs. C. Sinclair, in the character of Lady Teazle in the School for Scandal. ca. 1852
lith 19x24 cm
   
709
Mrs. Clive in the character of Mrs. Heidelberg. London, R. Sayer and J. Smith, 1769
eng in color 9½x8 cm
Done from an original picture of the same size in the possession of Her Grace, the Dutchess of Northumberland
   
710
Mrs. D. P. Bowers. Philadelphia, Ledger Job Printing, [ca. 1852] Printing, [ca. 1852]
lith 25x17 cm
   
711
Mrs. Garrick, from the original picture by Cath. Reid in the possession of S. Edwards. G. Sherlock, 1800
eng 14x11 cm
[eng by W. P. Sherlock]
   
712
Mrs. George Ann Bellamy, taken at the age of 30. ca. 1761
eng 16x11 cm
   
713
Mrs. Langtry as Kate Hardcastle in She stoops to conquer. [ca. 1881]
eng 30x22½ cm
   
714
Mrs. Mattocks as Mrs. Warren in the Road to Ruin
eng 13½x9 cm
from the Attic Miscellany
   
715
Mrs. Merry
eng 13x10½ cm
   
716
Mrs. Merry as Horatia in the Roman Father. Philadelphia, T. Condie
eng 16½x10 cm
   
717
Mrs. Siddons from a crayon painting in her own possession. John Walker, 1783
eng 17½x10½ cm
   
718
Mrs. Sterling as Arabella Beaumont
eng 10x15 cm
proof before letters
   
719
Mrs. Thomas Flynn as Louise in the grand drama of Norman Leslie now acting at the Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, 1840
lith 30½x22 cm
initials on port: G. L.
   
720
Mrs. Woffington
hand-painted lith 12½x10 cm
   
721
Mrs. Yates in the character of Lady Macbeth. London, J. Smith & R. Sayer, 1769
eng 9½x5 cm
   
722
Mrs. Yates in the character of Mandane in Cyrus. London, J. Smith & R. Sayer, ca. 1769
eng 9x7½ cm
   
  Mucho
723
Leslie Carter. Cincinnati, Strobridge Lith. Co.
lith in color 30½x10 cm
drawn by Mucho
   
724
The murderers doom; miserable death of J. Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Lincoln. Shot through the head by Sergeant Boston Corbett in a barn on Garrett’s Farm, near Port Royal, near the Rappahannock, April 25, 1865. Philadelphia, J. L Magee, 1865
lith 19½x32 cm
   
  Newman, Victor Winthrop, 1881-
725
Robt. Fridenberg has removed to No. 22 West 56th Street N. Y.
eng 12½x17½ cm
   
  Newsam, Albert, 1809-1869
726
A. L. Pickering, Philadelphia, P. S. Duval
lith 31x24 cm
on stone by A. Newsam; painted by Parker
   
727
Anna Cruise, comedienne. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval & Son
lith 35½x28 cm image
   
728
Ch. Carroll of Carrollton. Philadelphia, T. Sully & Childs & Inman, 1832
lith 23x17½ cm
painted by T. Sully in 1826
   
729
Edmon S. Conner of the Philadelphia Theatres as Romeo. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval
lith 37x26½ cm image
T. Sully, artist; on stone by A. Newsam
   
730
Edwin Forrest. Philadelphia, C. Alexander, 1836
lith 20x17 cm image
T. Sully, artist Jr.
on stone by A. Newsam
   
731
Francis C. Wemyss, manager of the American Theaters, Philadelphia & Pittsburgh, Pa. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval
lith 19½x17 cm
T. Sully, artist
facsimile autograph
   
732
Henry Clay from Neagle’s original painting executed by A. Newsam under the immediate supervision of the painter, from the full length portrait in the Hall of the National Clay Club, painted at Ashland by John Neagle for the Whigs of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, John Neagle, 1844
lith 26x23 cm
facsimile signature
Lith. of P. S. Duval, Philadelphia
   
733
J. E. Owens in his original character of Jakey, in A glance at Philadelphia. [Philadelphia]
lith 34½x27½ cm
from a dag by McClees & Germon
P. S. Duval, Lithog.
   
734
J. S. Silsbee in the character of Sam Slick, the clockmaker. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval, Lith.
lith 29½x20½ cm
presentation copy to Thos. McKean by Silsbee
   
735
J. S. Silsbee. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval, Lith.
lith 24x21 cm image
from a dag & on stone by A. Newsam
presentation copy to Thos. McKean by Silsbee
   
736
J. W. Wallack. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval, Lith.
lith 12½x10½ cm
facsimile autograph
engraved for Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine, Philadelphia Wageman, artist
2 copies
   
737
Jenny Lind. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval’s Steam Lith. Press
lith 33½x27 cm
   
738
L. Cherubini. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval, Lith.
lith 22x15 cm
The Parlour Review No. 7
   
739
The late Madame Malibran de Beriot. Philadelphia, Fiot, Meignen & Co. [ca.. 1838]
lith 32x22½ cm
on stone by A. Newsam
Lehman & Duval, Lithrs.
   
740
Madame Anna Bishop. Philadelphia, A. Fiot, [ca. 1850]
from a dag by McLees & Germons; on stone by A. Newsam; P. S. Duval’s Steam
Lith. Press
lith 24x27 cm image
   
741
Mme. Catalani. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval’s Lith.
lith 22x15 cm
on stone by A. Newsam
The Parlour Review No. 4
   
742
Miss F. A. Kemble. Philadelphia, Childs & Inman & S. M. Stewart, 1832
lith 30x23 cm
on stone by Newsam from painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence
   
743
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Conway. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval & Co.
lith 24x10 cm
on stone by Albert Newsam; dag by W. L. Germon
   
744
Mr. Collins as McShane in The Nervous Man. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval. [ca. 1846]
lith 37x25½ cm
On stone by A. Newsam, from a daguerreotype by M. A. Root
   
745
Mrs. Wood as Amina in the opera La Sonnambula. Philadelphia, James S. Earle, 1836
lith 36x28½ cm
after a painting by Neagel; Lehman & Duval, Lithrs.
   
746
N. M. Sudlow, comedian & manager of the Mobile and St. Louis Theaters. Philadelphia, Lehman & Duval, Lith.
lith 19x15 cm
   
747
N. Post Mortem. St. Helena, May 5, 1821. Philadelphia, R. S. Duval
lith 20½x17½ cm
   
748
Paganini. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval’s Lith.
lith 21x15 cm
The Parlour Review No. 3
   
749
Rob. Campbell Maywood as Tam O’Shanter. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval
lith 35½x27½ cm
painted by T. Sully, Jr.
   
750
Robert M. Bird. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval & Co. steam lith. press
lith 36x26 cm
on stone by A. Newsam
from a dag by M. A. Root
   
751
Talma. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval
lith 15x13½ cm image
For the Parlour Review
   
752
Tyrone Power. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval
lith 27x23 cm
Merrill, artist; on stone by A. Newsam
   
753
William Francis Brough. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval, [ca. 1835]
lith 30½x24½ cm
   
  Newton
754
Mr. John Sefton, as the Wandering Piper. Pittsburgh
lith 27½x18 cm
   
  Norton, W. H.
755
Booth. Mr. Booth in the character of Richard 3rd as he first appeared in the United States in the year 1821. New York, W. H. Norton
lith in color 30½x23 cm image
   
  Nugent, Thomas
756
John Lowin. London, Harding, 1792
eng 18½x14 cm
   
  Opper, Frederick Burr, 1857-1937
757
Actresses and advertising. Some suggestions, a la Bernhardt, to supplant the old diamond dodge. N. Y., Puck
lith in color. 30x21½ cm
   
758
The Bernhardt boom in New York. New York, Puck [ca. 1880]
lith in color 22x30 cm
Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann, Lithog.
   
  Ormsby, Waterman Lilly, 1809-1883
759
Edwin Forrest
eng 13x11 cm
produced for Modern Standard Drama
Brady, Dag.
   
760
[F. M. Dent]
eng 10½x8½ cm
   
761
Mrs. J. Sefton as Grace Peabody in Ladies Beware
eng 28x17½ cm
"Purchased from Mr. John Sefton. The only India proof I ever saw. M."
[pencil note by T. H. Morrell]
   
762
Rose Telbin
eng 11x8½ cm
Brady, Dg’e
W.L. Ormsby, Sc
two copies
   
763
[Thomas S. Hamblin. ca. 1835]
eng 10½x8½ cm
proof without lettering
   
  Orsay, Alfred Guillaume Gabriel, Comte d', 1801-1852
764
Tyrone Power. London, John Mitchell, 1839
lith 21x16½ cm
J. Graf, printer
   
  Page
765
Mrs. Mary Robinson. London, Jones & Co., 1826
eng 10½x8.12 cm
from the picture by Sir Joshua Reynolds
   
  Page, W. T.
766
C. J. Mathews as Prince Riquet. London
eng 12½x8½ cm
drawn by R. Page
   
  Parkes, R. B.
767
[Nell Gwyn]
eng 27½x21 cm
proof before lettering
   
  Parsloe, E.
768
The Gladiator (a facetious sketch) New York, E. Parsloe
lith 21x17½ cm
   
769
Mr. W. E. Burton, as Toodle. New York, E. Parsloe, 1859
lith 29x21 cm
photograph by J. Gurney
artist: A. Fay
   
  Paul, S.
770
Mrs. Barry. Cornhill, printed for John Bowles [ca. 1770]
mezzotint 15½x11½ cm
from a drawing by Kettle
   
  Pearson
771
Mrs. Woofington. Cornhill, J. Sewell, 1795
eng 17½x11 cm
from an original painting by Eckhart
another copy: "European Magazine"
   
  Pease, Joseph Ives, 1809-1883
772
Miss Ellen Tree as Iron. New York, Turner & Fisher
eng 15x10½ cm
drawn by Miss Gillies
   
773
Tyrone Power as Major O’Dogherty. New York, Turner & Fisher
eng 13½x10½ cm
drawing by Clay
   
774
Peter Richings
lith 24x16 cm
   
775
[Peter Richings as Richard 2nd.]
lith in color 30½x22½ cm
   
  Phillips, Charles, 1737-1845
776
Miss Ellen Tree as Violante. London, W. Kenneth, 1826
eng 27½x23 cm
Abm. Wivell, artist
printed by Bishop & Co.
   
  Picart, Charles, 1780-1837
777
Mr. Abbott of the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. London, Published for the Proprietor by Colnaghi & Co.
proof From an original drawing by I. C. Thurston
eng 35x25 cm
   
778
Mr. Macready as Virginius. [London] Colnaghi & Co., 1820
eng 33x25 cm proof
from a drawing by J. Jackon
   
779
Plays of the week; poster listing titles of plays including ports
(6x4 cm of Henry Irving and Ellen Terry)
eng 7x38½ cm
   
  Ploszczynski, N
780
W. C. Macready. London, J. S. Welch, 1850
lith 45x34 cm
J. Deffett Francis, artist; M & N Hanhart, Lith
facsimile autograph
   
781
[Pony Moore.] [London, Fradelle & Marshall]
lith 22x18½ cm
"From a photo mezzotint."
   
  Pound, D
782
Edwin Forrest. London, London Printing and Publishing Co.
eng 18½x15 cm
from a daguerreotype by Root of New York
   
  Priscott, T
783
Miss Clara Fisher, as Richard 3rd. [London] Wm. Fletcher, 1818
eng 27½x18½ cm
DeWilde, artist
   
784
Samuel Foot, esqr. London, C. Dyer
eng 25x18 cm
Sir Joshua Reynolds, artist
   
  Queen, James, 1824-ca. 1877
785
Albert Newsam, the deaf & mute artist. Philadelphia, P. S. Duval, Son & Co.
lith 17x11 cm
   
786
Edwin Forrest. Philadelphia, John H. Steck, 1847
lith 24½x17 cm
on stone by J. Queen; from a sky-light daguerreotype by T.P. & D. C. Collins; Lith. of Wagner & McGuigan
   
  Randle, H. A.
787
Gladiator arena scene, Haupt and Forrest, 1863
ink-sketch 22½25½ cm
Sketch by H. A. Randle presented to L. R. Shewell
   
  Rawdon, Wright & Co.
788
Bowery Theater, New York. N. Y., New York Mirror and Ladies Literary Gazette, 1828
eng 16.18 cm
A. J. Davis, artist; W. Hooker, printer
Fielding 1261
   
  Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Smillie
789
Metamora. Boston, D. H. Williams
eng 12x8½ cm
Frederick S. Agate, artist
   
  Reich, Jacques, 1852-1923
790
[J. Jefferson ca. 1901]
eng 20½x13 cm
proof before lettering
signed by Reich
   
791
[Portraits of Washington Irving and Joseph Jefferson; adv. for an autograph edition of Rip Van Winkle. N. Y., G. P. Putman’s Sons] 1901
eng 14x10½ cm
   
792
[unidentified portrait] G. P. Putman’s sons, 1904
eng 23x18 cm
   
  Reynolds, S. W.
793
Stephen Price. Bayswater, S. W. Reynolds
mezzotint 36x25½ cm
S. W. Reynolds, Jr., artist
proof
   
  Rice, James R., 1824-
794
Mary Anderson as Pauline in the Lady of Lyons [Philadelphia, 1877]
engraved expressly for Godey’s Lady’s Book
eng 23x14 cm
another copy titled: The Lady of Lyons
   
795
[Richard Mansfield]
eng 18½x13 cm
proof before lettering
   
  Richardson, Benjamin, 1835-1926
796
The Church of the Transfiguration. [description of Joseph Jefferson’s reasons for all honor to the little church around the corner] 1871
eng 4½x7½ cm image
Partial page 70 from Memoir of George Holland N. Y., T. H. Morrell, 1871
   
  Ridley, William, 1764-1838
797
Mr. Bernerd. [London] J. Parsons, 1794
eng 11½x6½ cm
from a drawing by Barry
Parsons Minor Theatre
   
798
Mr. Charles Incledon. [London] Vernor & Hood, 1801
eng 16½x11½ cm
M. Brown, artist
   
799
Mr. Jefferson. London, Vernor & Hood, 1804
eng 16½x11½ cm
Vanderburg, artist
Also a similar portrait from Hibernian Magazine by an unknown engraver curiously titled: "Mr. Thomas Jefferson, late President of the United States of America."
   
  Risso, Charles
800
Mr. Parsons as Caius Silius. New Orleans, Lith. de Theuret
lith 36x24 cm
presentation autograph; attached obituary
   
  Rivers
801
Mr. Conway as the King in Henry the Fifth. London, C. Chapple, 1814
eng 21½x14 cm
DeWilde, artist
Engraved for the Theatrical Inquisitor
   
  Roberts, P
802
Master Burke as Jack Ratline. London, William Kenneth, [ca. 1828]
eng 25x17 cm (colored)
Drawn by Wageman; etched by R. Cruikshank, engraved by P. Roberts
   
803
Mr. Watkins Burroughs as Jerry Hawthorn in Tom and Jerry or Life in London. [ca. 1825]
Cruikshank, artist
eng 14½x10 cm
   
  Robin, Augustus
804
Edwin Forrest as Macbeth. [ca. 1845]
eng 14x10 cm
   
  Robinson, Henry R.
805
Mr. Power as Major O’Dogherty in St. Patrick’s Eve. New York, H. R. Robinson, 1838
lith in color 30½x23 cm
   
  Robinson, John Henry, 1796-1871
806
Colley Cibber, from a picture by Grisoni in the collection of Charles Mathews. London, W. Walker, 1822
eng 20x14 cm
G. Clint, artist
   
  Roffe, John, 1770-1851
807
Mrs. Egerton as Joan of Arc
eng 26x18 cm
Brown, artist
   
  Rogers, John, ca. 1808-ca. 1888
808
Hamlet (characterized by Mr. Edwin Booth)
eng 37x27½ cm
   
809
King Richard III (characterized by Mr. John MacCullough) New York, Virtue & Yorston
eng 16x12 cm
   
810
Lola Montez. New York, Rubb & Carleton
eng 7x6 cm image
from a photograph by Meade
See frontis. to Montez’s Arts of Beauty, 1858 (Butler 1942)
   
811
Miss Clara Fisher, as Madame Josephine, in the Actress of all work. London, T. & I. Elvey, 1822
eng 18x12½ cm
drawn by T. Wageman
   
812
Miss F. Kemble as Belvidera. London, Whittaker, Treacher & Co., 1830
eng 22½x13½ cm
R. Cruickshank, artist
   
813
Mr. Booth as Brutus. [London] G. Virtue, 1826
eng 7½x5 cm
T. Wageman, artist
   
814
Mr. C. Kemble as Romeo. London, G. Virtue, 1825
eng 20x11 cm
R. Page, artist
   
815
Mr. Wallack, as Alessandro Massaroni in The Brigand. London, Whittaker Treacher & Co., 1830
eng 13½x9½ cm
[R. Cruikshank, artist]
   
  Rolls, C
816
Mrs. Siddons as Lady Macbeth
eng 19x12½ cm
after painting by G. H. Harlowe
proof before letters
   
  Romanet, A
817
Garrick dans le role de Richard III
eng 12½x8 cm
Hogarth, artist
   
  Rosenthal, Albert, 1863-
818
Chief Justice John Banister Gibson
eng 40x33 cm
trial proof before lettering
   
819
Thomas Jefferson
eng 43x35 cm
trial proof before lettering
   
  Rosenthal, Louis
820
Catorn’s Warbler. [Kate Horn] Philadelphia, Robinson, 1851
lith 18½x12 cm
another copy in color
leaf from Henry L. Stephens’ Comic Natural History of the Human Race (1851)
   
821
C-Bass. [E. Seguin] Philadelphia, Robinson, 1851
lith 11½x20½ cm
another copy in color
leaf from Henry L. Stephens’ comic Natural History of the Human Race (1851)
   
822
Cuttle Fish. [W. E. Burton] Philadelphia, Robinson, 1851
lith in color 26½x17½ cm
leaf from Henry L. Stephens Comic Natural History of the Human Race (1851)
   
823
Hum-bug. [P. T. Barnum] Philadelphia, Robinson, 1851
caricature lith 27x17 cm
another copy in color
leaf from Henry L. Stephens’ Comic Natural History of the Human Race (1851)
   
824
Rice’s crow. [T. D. Rice] Philadelphia, Robinson, 1851
lith 20x15 cm
another copy in color
leaf from Henry L. Stephens’ Comic Natural History of the Human Race (1851)
   
825
Star-Fish [Edwin Forrest] Philadelphia, Robinson, 1851
lith 9x10½ cm port facing left
2nd copy in color facing left; 3rd copy in color facing right
leaf from Henry L. Stephens’ Comic Natural History of the Human Race (1851)
   
826
Taylor Bird. [M. C. Taylor] Philadelphia, Robinson, 1851
lith 15½x11 cm
another copy in color
leaf from Henry L. Stephens’ Comic Natural History of the Human Race (1851)
   
  Rosenthal, Max, 1833-1918
827
William Dunlap. 1897, New York, Dunlap Society
mezzotint 17½x12½ cm
edition of 250 singed proofs. 202/250
from painting by Charles C. Ingham
   
  Rosenthal, Simon
828
J. Burdett Howe, tragedian. London, Thomas Hailes Lacy
lith in color 19x15½ cm
from a photograph by J. R. Coney
   
  Rouvier, J
829
La Redowa polka, danced by Madelle. Cerito and Mons. St. Leon. New York, G & W Endicott
lith in color 32x23½ cm
   
  Rowse, Samuel Worcester, 1822-1901
830
Mrs. Farren, tragedienne. [Boston] L. H. Bradford & Co.
lith 39x32 cm
Rowse, artist
   
  Sands, J
831
George Anne Bellamy. [London] Vernor & Hood, 1805
eng 8½x7 cm
   
832
Sarah Bernhardt. Vanity Fair, 1879
lith in color 31x19 cm
artist: C. T.
   
  Sarony, Napolean, 1821-1896
833
J. A. J. Neafie. New York, W. Corbyn Dramatic Agent
lith 25x21½ cm
   
834
Joseph Jefferson as Bob Acres in The Rivals. N. Y., Harper’s Weekly
eng 29x23½ cm
from a photograph by Sarony
Harper’s weekly, no. 1714
   
835
Madlle. Jenny Lind as Adina L’Elixir d’Amore. New York, Fifth, Pond & Co.
lith in color 28x20 cm
   
  Sarony & Major
836
Mr. Burton as Captain Cuttle. New York, [ca. 1850]
lith 26x20 cm
from a dag by Meade Bros.
   
  Sarony, Major & Knapp
837
Caroline M. Richings. New York
lith 49½x40 cm
from photo by Fredericks
   
838
Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle. New York
lith in color 43½x32 cm
   
839
Jerry Bryant, Ethiopian comedian. New York
lith 43½x35½ cm
from dag by Gurney
   
840
Lord Lovell by Mr. Sam Cowell. New York, [ca. 1845]
lith 26x14 cm
   
841
Mr. Jefferson as Bob Acres. New York
lith in color 43½x32 cm
   
842
Mr. Jefferson as Newman Noggs. New York
lith tinted 43½x32½ cm
   
843
The old Bowery Theater, 1860. New York, For D. T. Valentine’s Manual, 1863
lith in tints 14½x8½ cm
   
844
Peter Richings. New York
lith 49½x40 cm
from photo by Fredericks
   
  Sartain, John, 1808-1897
845
[Edwin Forrest]
eng 33x24½ cm
proof before lettering
[another copy with Forrest signature is the copy given to M. Garretson by Forrest, see inscription Butler 1566]
   
846
Jenny Lind. Philadelphia, Richards
eng 21x18½ cm
from a dag by Richards; printed by Jas. Irwin
[proof from the collection of Richards, the publisher]
   
   
847
Miss Fanny Kemble in the character of Portia. Philadelphia, R. H. Hobson
eng 19x14½ cm
painted by C. F. Taylor of Bath, printed by D. Stevens
2 copies
   
848
Miss Matilda Heron as Bianca in Milman’s tragedy of Fazio. J. Irwin [ca. 1853]
eng 32x24½ cm
from a dag from life by McClees & Germon; printed by J. Irwin
two copies
   
849
Mr. Chas. Kemble, in the character of Cromwell. Philadelphia, R. H. Hobson
eng 18x14½ cm
after painting by Harlow
   
  Sartain, Samuel, 1830-1906
850
Forrest medals [ca. 1834]
eng 23½x15½ cm
another copy is proof without lettering
   
851
Satan tempting Booth to the murder of the President. Philadelphia, J. L. Magee, 1865
lith 20½x14½ cm
   
  Say, William, 1768-1834
852
Mr. Conway. London, W. Say, 1815
mezzotint 43x33 cm
after painting by G. H. Harlow
   
  Sayer, R
853
Mrs. Abington in the character of Estifania, in Rule a Wife and Have a Wife. [London] Printed for J. Smith and R. Sayer, 1771
eng 10x8 cm
another copy in color
   
854
Mrs. Barry in the character of Rosalind in As you like it. [London] Printed for J. Smith & R. Sayer 1772
colored eng 10½x7½ cm
   
855
A scene from the laughable comedy of the divorce suit. Philadelphia, P. E. Able, [1851]
lith 37x25½ cm
[Edwin Forrest as Othello with his attorney, John Van Buren.]
verso: The grand bloomer foot race. J. L. Magee, 1851
   
  Schiavonetti, Lewis, 1765-1810
856
Thos. Davis. London, E. & S. Harding, 1794
engraved 12½x10½ cm
Hickey, artist
   
  Schlaghp, A
857
E. L. Davenport. Philadelphia, T. Sinclair & Son
lith 41x39 cm
   
  Schmitz, M. S.
858
Burning Genannt der junge Roscius geb zu Schrewbury d. 13 Sept. 1791. [ca. 1803]
eng 21x15½ cm
   
  Scoles, John, 1793-1844
860
Mr. Matthews in his various characters in Travels in air, earth & water. New York, E. M. Murden [ca. 1822]
eng colored (six characters) 10½x32 cm
Stauffer 2793
   
  Scriven, Edward, 1775-1841
861
Arthur Murphy. London, T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1815
eng 20x20 cm image
engraved by E. Scrive, drawn by J. Jackson from picture by N. Dance
   
862
George Colman. London, T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1813
eng 38x29 cm
From an original picture by Sir Joshua Reynolds, drawn by J. Jackson; engraved by E. Scriven
   
863
Miss O’Neil. London, J. Souter, 1815
eng 10½x9½ cm
W. Haines, artist
British Lady’s Magazine, no. 9
   
864
Nell Gwynn. London, Published for the Rev. T. F. Dibdin, 1822
eng 29½x20 cm
from a painting by Sir P. Lely, drawn by T. Uwins
   
865
Richard Cumberland, Esq. London, T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1814
eng 36½x27½ cm image
Drawn by J. Jackson from an original picture by J. Clover, engraved by E. Scriven
   
  Sharp, William, ca. 1802-
866
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] act 1, scene 5. Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co
lith 25½x19½ cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by W. Sharp
proof
   
867
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] act 1, scene 5. Engelmann, Graff, Coindet & Co
lith 23x19 cm
John Hayter, artist: on stone by W. Sharp
   
868
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] Sene 6: Romeo disquised at the masquerade. Englemann, Graf, Coinet & Co.
lith 26x21 cm
John Hayter, artist: on stone by W. Sharp
proof
   
869
Frances Ann Kemble. Engelmann, Graff, Coindet & Co.
lith 23½x18½ cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by W. Sharp
   
870
[John Philip Kemble. London, 1803]
eng 30½x23½ cm
after M. A. Shee
proof before lettering
   
871
Miss Inverarity. [London] Mori & Lavenu, 1832
lith 12x10 cm
drawn on stone by W. Sharp from the original by Wm. Booth
The Musical Gem, 1832
   
872
Mr. G. Bennette as Cassius. London, J. Dickinson, 1831
lith 33x24 cm
Proof
Drawn on stone by W. Sharp from the original by G. F. Stroehling
   
873
Mrs. Wood, late Miss Paton. [London] Mori & Lavenu, 1832
lith 32½x18½ cm
from the original by J. W. Childe
The Musical Gem 1832
   
  Sheneker
874
Nell Gwyn. E & S. Harding, 1793
eng 12½x10½ cm
S. Harding, artist; from a painting by Sir Peter Lely
   
875
Shooting of Booth. New York, Chr. Kimmel & Forster [ca. 1865]
lith in color 23x28½ cm
   
  Silverquill, Sylvester
876
Edwin Forrest
lith 17½x14 cm
   
  Skelton, William, 1763-1848
877
David Garrick, from an undoubtedly original picture in the possession of the widow of the late George Wilson. London, Colnaghi & Co., 1818
eng 46x31 cm proof
Robert Edge Pine, artist
   
  Slater, Isaac W
878
Maria Turpin of the T. R. Haymarket. London, J. Dickerson, 1834
lith 28x20 cm
Drawn on stone by Isaac W. Slater from a sketch by Joseph Slater expressly for the Musical Keepsake, 1834
   
879
Miss Jarman. London, I. W. Slater, 1829
lith 25x20½ cm
drawn and lith by Isaac W. Slater
printed by C. Hullmandel
   
  Smith, Edward
880
Barton Booth. [London, 1822]
eng 20x14 cm
[Drawn by G. Clint A. R. A.; engraved by E. Smith from an original picture in the collection of Charles Mathews, Esq.]
   
  Smith, John Rubens, 1775-1849
881
Mr. Twaits as Sir Adam Contest in The Wedding Day
eng 16½x10 cm
Stauffer 2933
   
  Snell, P
882
Mr. Wills, as Billy Barlow
lith 19½x19½ cm image
   
  Snell, S
883
Lotos Club to Jos. Jefferson, April 4th, 1896; menu [including five portraits of Jefferson in various roles. New York] 1896
lith 21x16½ cm
E. C. Meinecke, Gravure
autograph of Jefferson
   
  Snyder, Henry M
884
Are we so soon forgot when we are gone [Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle]
eng 10½x8 cm
magazine clipping
   
885
Get on; I’ll follow you. [Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle]
eng 11½x8 cm
magazine clipping
   
886
Is dat de village of Falling Water [Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle]
eng 11½x7½ cm
magazine clipping
   
887
I’ve swore off. [Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle]
eng 11½x7½ cm
magazine clipping
   
888
Jefferson in his studio
eng 8½x10½ cm
magazine clipping
   
889
Mr. Fennell [1807]
eng 8x6½ cm
Doyle, artist
Stauffer 2991
   
890
Mr. Jefferson’s house
eng 8x11 cm
magazine clipping
   
891
Mrs. Stanley. [1807]
eng 13½x8 cm
Stauffer 2993
   
  Soper, Richard F., ca. 1810-1862
892
Barney Williams
eng 8x6 cm
engraved for French’s American Drama
   
893
Edwin Forrest
eng 6x6½ cm
engraved for French’s American Drama from a Daguerreotype by Meade & Bro.
   
894
John Brougham. [ca. 1850]
eng 18x11 cm
Engraved for French’s American drama
  Spooner, Charles, ca. 1717-1767
   
895
David Garrick [London, Robt. Sayer]
mezzotint 15x11½ cm
Thos. Hudson, artist
also first state of this plate
   
896
The stage. Christmas number 1891
lith in color 37½x27½ cm
cover only-ports of Mary Anderson, Sara Bernhardt, Joseph Jefferson, Salvini, Edwin Booth, Ellen Terry, Patti, Henry Irvin
   
  Steel, James W., 1799-1879
897
The late Mr. Burke. [Philadelphia] F. C. Wemyss, 1827
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss edition
drawn & engraved by J. W. Steel from a sketch by J. Wood
Stauffer 3002
   
898
Mrs. Darley as Amelia
eng 9x7½ cm
Lopez & Wemyss’ edition
from a painting by J. C. Darley
Stauffer 3004
   
  Steer, William C.
899
The favorites of the ballet: Madle. Fanny Elsler-The Cachuca. London, Wm. Spooner, 1843
lith 24x17 cm in color
   
  Stephen Price
900
lith 16½x10½ cm
port signed: W. A. F.
   
  Stodart, J. G.
901
Frances Anne Kemble
eng 10x8 cm
from painting by Sully
   
  Storer, Henry Sargant, d. 1837
902
Garrick’s monument, Westminster Abbey
eng 15x10½ cm
drawn and eng by H. S. Storer for Cole’s Residence of Actors
   
903
Residence of the late Mrs. Cleve, Twickenham
eng 10½x15 cm
drawn and engraved by H. S. Storer for Cole’s Residence of Actors
   
  Storer, James, 1781-1853
904
Garrick’s birth place, Hereford
eng 16x10 cm
For Cole’s Residence of Actors
   
  Storm, G. F.
905
Edmund Kean in the dress presented to and worn by him on the occasion of his being chosen Chief and Prince of the Huron Tribe of Indians by the name of Alanienouidet. London, William Kenneth,1827
eng 37x25 cm
painted by Fredrick Meyer
another copy published: Philadelphia, Neal & Machenzie, 1828
another copy is proof before lettering
   
  Strobridge & Co. Lith.
906
Madame Eliza Dockrill, empress of the arena, riding and driving tandem 4 horses at one time. [ca. 1878]
lith 13x21½ cm
   
  Strother, David Hunter, 1816-1888
907
Lincoln & MacClellan. 1862
half-tone reproduction 14½x9½ cm
   
908
A practical reminder. [Lincoln & MacClellan] 1862
half-tone reproduction 15x10½ cm
   
  Stuart, Janet L.
909
Charles Budd, 1921
photoeng of an ink sketch 20x18 cm
   
  Stumps, S. J.
910
Mr. Kean, in the character of Lucius Junius Brutus. London, S. J. Stump, 1819
eng 27½x21 cm
painted and eng by S. J. Stump
proof
   
  Talbot, Mrs. John
911
Miss F. Kemble in the character of Louisa of Savoy. C. Hullmandel
lith 11x7 cm image
   
  Tanner, Benjamin, 1775-1848
912
The burning of the theater in Richmond, Virginia, on the night of the 26th December 1811, by which awful calamity upwards of one hundred of its most valuable citizens suddenly lost their lives, and many others, were much injured. Philadelphia, B. Tanner 1812
eng in color 32½x33 cm
   
  Tappan & Bradford’s Lith
913
Mr. J. B. Booth, Jr. as Mike Martin alias Lightgoot, in Wm. B. English’s original equestrian drama, Mike Martin, the bold robber and highwayman, written for the National Theatre, Boston. Boston
lith 30x39 cm
   
  Taylor, R. & E
914
Mrs. Langtry, at the Haymarket Theatre, in She stoops to conquer. [ca. 1881]
eng 24x20½ cm
W. H. [Ovamna] artist
   
  Templeton, J. S.
915
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] Act 2, scene 5. Juliet: Come, what says Romeo Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co.
lith 23x26½ cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by J. S. Templeton
   
916
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] Act 3, scene 2. Juliet O, break, my heart! poor bankrupt, break at once! Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co.
lith 23½x18 cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by J. S. Templeton
   
917
[Fanny Kemble as Juliet] Scene 4. Nurse: "God mark the to his Grace, Thou was’t the prettiest babe that e’er I nurst. Engelmann, Graf, Coidet & Co.
lith 22½x18 cm
John Hayter, artist; on stone by J. S. Templeton
   
918
There’s millions in it [Raymond as Col. Sellers] New York, Geo. W. Averell & co.
lith 24x19½ cm
three items-different poses
   
  Thew, R
919
Mr. Edwin Forrest as Macbeth. New York, Martin, Johnson & Co., 1856
eng 16x13 cm
   
920
Thomas Cooper Esq.
eng 27½x22½ cm
American copy of Meyer
   
921
Ths. D. Rice; the celebrated Jim Crow
lith 26x21 cm
   
  Thomas, Henry Atwell, 1834-1904
922
E. L. Davenport as Sir Giles Overreach. New York, T. H. Morrell
lith 40x32 cm
Engraved by H. A. Thomas after the original photograph from life by Suddards & Fennemore
   
923
George Edgar as Othello. New York
lith 25x20½ cm
magazine clipping
   
924
H. J. Montague. New York, H. A. Thomas
lith 36x28 cm
from photo by Sarony
   
925
J. K. Emmet’s New Fritz. New York, H. A. Thomas [ca. 1870]
lith 30½x24½ cm
   
926
Maggie Mitchell. New York, H. A. Thomas
lith 22x17½ cm
   
927
W. J. Florence. New York, H. A. Thomas
lith 45x37½ cm
after photo by Mora
   
928
The Worrell sisters in Otto. New York, H. A. Thomas
lith 45x37½ cm
   
  Thomas, Percy
929
[Mary Anderson] 1884
eng 30x18 cm
1st state of etching before reduction in size
signature of artist
   
930
[Mary Anderson] 1884
eng 19x13 cm after reduction in size
signature of artist
   
  Thompson, D. George, d. 1870
931
Edwin Forrest as Shylock
eng 23½x16 cm
another copy is trial proof
   
  Thompson, J.
932
Eleanor Gwynn. [London] John Bell, 1819
eng 8x6½ cm
   
933
Mrs. Alsop as Rosalind. London, C. Chapple, 1817
eng 22x14 cm
Partridge, pinx
"But you are no such man."-As you like it, Act 3, scene 2
Engraved for the Theatrical Inquisitor
   
  Thompson, P
934
Mrs. Siddons from the orig. drawing by Mr. Brown in the possession of John Home to whom this print is respectfully inscribed by the engraver P. Thompson. [London] Alexr. Hogg
eng 14x11 cm
   
  Tiebout, Cornelius, ca. 1773-1832
935
Mr. Hodgkinson
eng 8½x6 cm
from Hodgkinson’s Dramatic Works
Stauffer 3176
   
936
Mrs. Hodgkinson in the character of Cora. [London] Published for the German Theatre by Wm. Dunlap
eng 8½x6 cm
Wm. Dunlap, artist
Stauffer 3178
   
  Tom Bond, comedian
937
eng 18½x13½ cm
from an original picture in Dulwich College
   
  Turner, Charles, 1773-1857
938
[John Philip Kemble] London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Co., 1825
mezzotint 23x14½ cm
proof
after painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence
   
939
Miss O’Neil in Juliet. London, C. Turner, 1814
eng 29x20½ cm
   
940
Mrs. Siddons. London, Henry Colburn, 1826
mezzotint 22x14 cm
after painting by Sir Thos. Lawrence
   
  Turner, W. E.
941
[Joseph Jefferson]
eng 7x6 cm
   
  Tuthill, William H.
942
Mr. Kean as Richard the third. New York, Imbert & Co.
lith 11½x20 cm
   
943
Mr. Roberts as Wormwood. New York, Eltons Theatrical Print Store
eng 15x8½ cm (color)
   
  Umfrey
944
Mrs. Cibber. London, Robert Sayer, 1772
mezzotint 35x25 cm
Pine, artist
   
  Vache
945
Mr. J. R. Scott as Macbeth. New York, Nagel & Mayer, Lith., ca. 1865
lith 23x13 cm
   
  Van Asson, A
946
Mrs. Billington. [London] 1792
engraved 19½x12 cm
   
  Van Bleeck, Peter, d. 1794
947
Mrs. Clive in character of Philida, 1735
mezzotint 36x25 cm
P. Van Bleek, artist
   
  Van Den Berghe, J. J.
948
Miss Lucy Waters, from an original drawing in the possession of the Right Honorable the Earl of Bute. [London, E & S Harding, 1793]
eng 13½x11 cm
S. Harding, artist
   
Vandergucht, Gerard, 1696-1776
949
Mr. Colley Cibber. ca. 1738
eng 21x15 cm
Vanloo, artist
   
  Van Geel, P. C.
950
Edwin Forrest. Paris, Kaeppelin, 1836
lith 25x20½ cm
P. C. Van Geel, artist; Kaeppelin, Lith
   
  Vaningen-Snyder
951
Jefferson, as Rip Van Winkle
eng 15x10 cm
B. J. B. in lower corner of port
   
  Vendramini, John 1769-1839
952
Miss DeCamp in the character of Urania. London, John P. Thompson, 1802
eng 29½x21 cm
P. Jean, artist
   
953
Mr. Incledon, London, John P. Thompson, 1804
eng 12x9½ cm
engraved by John Vendramini from a miniature by J. T. Barber
   
954
Vestris
eng 33x24 cm
proof before lettering
   
955
Vestvali
pen and ink drawing 6x6 cm image
   
  Vegneron
956
Mme Malibran Garcia, lithographiee d’apres nature par Vaigneron. Paris, Gihaut Freres
lith 31x24½ cm
Lithog. de Villain
   
  Vinton, Frederick Porter, 1846-1911
957
William Warren [ca. 1882]
eng 10x9 cm
facsimile autograph
   
  Vogt, C. H.
958
Lola Montes, Comtesse de Lansfeld. Paris, Lith de Thiery Freres, 1851
lith 44x35 cm
presentation autograph: Presented to George Heister from Mrs. de Landsfled Heald. Lola Montez, New York, 29th May 1852
   
  Volk, Douglas
959
Joseph Jefferson as Rip Van Winkle. W. J. Wilson
eng 13½x10 cm
   
  Wageman, Thomas Charles, 1787-1863
960
James W. Wallack as Alcibiades. ca. 1817
eng 21½x13½ cm
proof
   
  Wagner
961
E. L. Davenport. Philadelphia, Ledger Job Print
lith 30x22 cm
   
  Wagner & McGuigan’s Lith.
962
John E. Owens. Philadelphia, Wagner & McGauigan’s Lith
lith 27x23 cm
drawn by Traubel
   
  Walker, Charles Alvah, 1848-1925
963
[Sarah Bernhardt] Boston, C. A. Walker, 1880
eng 33x20 cm
no. 26 signed by artist
   
  Wallace, William H
964
Wallacks old theater. ca. 1892
eng 11½x17½ cm
   
  Warrell, James, ca. 1780-
965
Mr. Edwin Forrest as Damon. Pendletons lith, [ca. 1830]
lith 26½x18½ cm
   
  Warren, R. D.
966
Church of the Transfiguration, Twenty-ninth Street
lith 10x6 cm
magazine clipping
   
  Weckerly, C
967
[John S. Clarke]
eng 26½x23 cm image
proof before lettering
   
968
[John S. Clarke]
lith 17x5x12 cm
proof before lettering
   
  Weger, A
969
Edwin Booth. [Leipzig] Durrscher [ca. 1850]
from a photograph
eng 21x15 cm
   
970
Lydia Thompson. [Leipzig] Baumgartner’s
eng 24x16½ cm
   
  West, W
971
Mr. Wallack, as Richard Cour De Leion. London, W. West, 1829
eng in color 26x19½ cm
West’s Theatrical Portraits, No. 199
   
  Western Engraving Co.
972
Crosby Opera House. Chicago, Western Engraving Co.
lith 24½x23½ cm
   
  Whessell, John
973
Mr. Cooke. London, T. Simpson & Thompson, 1801
eng 25x17½ cm
from a drawing by J. Corbett
another copy published: London, John P. Thompson, 1804
   
  White, Charles, 1751-1785
974
Mr. Garrick in the character of Mackbeth. [London] Published for Bell’s edition of Shakespeare, 1775
eng 19x11½ cm
T. Parkinson, artist
   
  White, Robert, 1645-1704
975
The effigies of the Right Honorable Charles Beauclaire, Baron of Heddington & Earle of Burford and of Rt. Honorable James Ld. Beauclaire, brother and heir to Right Honorable Charles Earle of Burford
eng 29x18½ cm
   
  Whitechurch, Robert, 1814-ca. 1880
976
Mother of Edwin Forrest
eng 12x9½ cm image
   
977
W. A. Barnes in his original character of Noucum in the French pantomime of the Black Raven of the Tombs played upwards of 300 nights at the Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia; Bowery, New York; and Holiday St. Theatre, Baltimore [ca. 1847]
lith 40x30 cm image
   
978
[William Dowton. ca. 1790]
eng 20½x11½ cm
proof before lettering
   
979
William E. Sheridan [as Louis XI]
lith 23½x12 cm
   
980
William Henry West Betty, (justly styled the young Roscius) London, Laurie & Whittle, 1804
eng 19x16½ cm
My mother’s voice! I can protect thee still. Douglas Act 5 His first appearance at Drury Lane, in the character of Douglas-on Monday, Dec. 10, 1804
   
  Williams, E. G.
981
A. M. Palmer. N. Y., The New York History Co.
eng 24½x17½ cm
   
982
Edwin Booth. New York
eng 20½x13½ cm
   
983
Henry Irving. New York
eng 12x16½ cm
   
  Willis, H. Brittan
984
Charlotte Cushman
lith 34x26 cm
drawn on stone by H. Brittan Willis from a painting by Wilhelm Trautschold inscribed: To Mrs. Webb with the kind regards of Charlotte Cushman
   
  Wilson, Benjamin, 1721-1788
985
Peg Woffington.. 1751
etch 11½x7½ cm
Painted and etched by B. Wilson
   
  Wilson, T
986
Mrs. Abingdon. London, Printed for Carington Bowles, [ca. 1700]
mezzotint 16x12½ cm
after Sir Joshua Reynolds
   
  Wiser, I
987
Mr. Hill, in his popular Yankee Stories. Childs & Inmans Press [ca. 1830]
lith 21½x11½ cm
   
  Wolf, Henry, 1852-1916
988
Joseph Jefferson as Dr. Pangloss in The Players
eng 16½x12 cm
painted by John S. Sargent
   
  Woodman, Richard, 1784-1859
989
Mr. Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant. London, John Cawthorn, 1808
after a drawing of the same size by DeWilde
eng 42x28 cm
another copy is trial proof 17x14½ cm
   
990
Mr. Emery. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1808
eng 14½x9½ cm
DeWilde, artist
   
991
Mr. Fawcet. Mathews & Leigh, 1808. [London]
eng 14½x9½ cm
DeWilde, artist
   
992
Suett. [London] Mathews & Leigh, 1808
eng 17½x10½ cm
drawn by DeWilde
   
  Woolf, Theo
993
Caricature of Lester Wallack. 1873
magazine clipping 37½x26½ cm
inscription: A thing of shreds and patches!!! T. H. Morrell-to J W. Poiner, Jr. May17th 1875
Graphic statues, no. 14-Seems; nay, is!
   
  Woolnoth, Thomas, 1785-
994
Mr. Wallack as Hamlet
eng 25x17½ cm
drawing by T. Wageman
   
995
Mr. Wallack, of the Theater Royal, Drury Lane. London, W. Crib, 1818
eng 28½x22 cm
drawn by T. Wageman
   
  Wright, G
996
J. B. Booth as Sir Edward Mortimer. [ca. 1825]
eng 34x25 cm
from drawing by Neagle
another copy in color
   
  Wright, Thomas, 1792-1849
997
Nell Gwynn. [London] D. R. Murphy, 1827
eng 33x23 cm
painted by Sir Peter Lely
another copy proof without letter
   
  Yeager, Joseph, ca. 1792-1859
998
Arch Street Theatre. Philadelphia, Philadelphia Album, [1828]
eng 15x19 cm image
drawn and engraved for the Philadelphia Album by J. Yeager
   
 
Series 2: Music Covers
   
999
Abraham’s daughter as sung by Ben Cotton; arranged by F. H. H. Oldfield
San Francisco, N. Gray, [n. d.]
lith 34x25 cm
from a photo by Bryan & Johnston
   
  Ackerman, Samuel
1000
The Somnambulist’s song, composed for and sung by Madlle. Jenny Lind; works by Chas. Jefferys. New York Jollie, 1847
lith 21x17½ cm
music sheet
E. Brown, Jr., artist
   
  Armstrong & Co.
1001
Old Black Joe [sung by] Dan Bryant. Song & chorus written and composed by Stephen C. Foster. New York, Wm. A Pond & Co., 1860
lith 21x16 cm
   
1002
Maggie Mitchell’s songs. Boston, G. D. Russell, 1872
lith 20x17½ cm
   
1003
W. H. Delehanty’s new songs as sung by Delehanty and Hengler. Boston, G. D. Russell & Co., 1873
lith 36x26 cm
   
  Baker, Joseph E.
1004
Alice Dunning’s songs. Boston, G. D. Russell Co., 1869
lith 35x26 cm
   
1005
Bessie Barker, composed by W. J. Florence as sung by Mrs. W. J. Florence. Arranged for piano by F. W. Peterschen. Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1866
lith 22x18 cm
Baker, artist
port of Mr. Florence
   
1006
Bessie Barker, as sung by Mrs. W. J. Florence; composed by W. J. Florence and arranged for piano by F. W. Peterschen in all the principal theaters of England & America. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1867
lith 16½x16½ image
   
1007
Cupid, the little archer as sung by Miss Kitty Blanchard in the Black Crook at the Continental Theatre. Written by W. Dexter Smith, Jr., music by N. Lothian. Boston, G. D. Russell & Co., 1867
lith 20½x17 cm image
   
1008
DePol’s Grand Ballet Troupe at the Theatre Comique: Mlles. Morlacchi and Baretta dancing, by A. Predigam. Boston, G. D. Russell & Co., 1868
lith 20x19 cm
F. N. Carter, Lith
   
1009
The Foy sisters favorite songs. Boston, G. D. Russell & Co., 1873
lith 21x21 cm image
   
1010
Gentle spring waltz dedicated to Fanny Davenport. Boston, White & Goullaud, 1873
lith 23x17 cm
   
1011
Kittie Blanchard’s songs. Boston, G. D. Russell Co., 1867
lith 35x26½ cm
J. Baker, artist
F. N. Carter, Lith
   
1012
Lina Edwin’s compositions. Boston, White, Smith & Perry, 1869
lith 23x19 cm
Baker, artist
   
1013
Lord Dundreary polka, by J. W. Turner. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1872
lith 26½x16 cm
port of E. A. Sothern signed J. E. Baker
   
1014
Lotta’s favorite nocturne for piano by J. W. Turner. Boston, White & Goullaud, 1873
lith 22x17 cm
   
1015
The man o’Airlie, as sung with great applause by Mr. Barrett at Booth’s Theatre. New York, C. H. Ditson & Co., 1871
lith 19x14½ cm oval
Drawn by J. E. Baker
   
1016
Miss Adelaide Phillipps’ songs. Boston G. D. Russell & Co., 1869
lith 27½x21½ cm
New England Lith. Co.
   
1017
Solon Shingle’s grand march, composed and dedicated to John e. Owens by E. Mack. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1877
lith 34x25½ cm
   
1018
Those laughing eyes, waltz song, as sung by Miss Eliza Weathersby. Boston, Louis P. Boullaud, 1877
lith 25½x20 cm
   
  Bancroft (A. L.) & Co.
1019
Minnie Warren waltz, composed by Max Horter. San Francisco, Bancroft, Knight & Co., 1877
lith 15x10½ cm
   
  Beacon Lith. Co.
1020
Hypatia waltz, dedicated to Miss Mary Anderson, composed by May Ostlere. Boston, Oliver Ditson Co., n. d.
lith 16½x17 cm image
   
1021
Billy Morris’ songs as sung by Morris Bros., Pell and Trowbridge. Boston, G. D. Russell & Co., 1864
lith 34x24 cm
port of Morris & four small ports in character
Photo by Black
   
  Birch, T.
1022
Cherry and fair star; a favorite dance as danced at Park Theatre by Mrs. Hilson and Miss Kelly. Arranged for the piano forte by T. W. H. B. B. New York, T. Birch, ca. 1825
lith 7x7 cm with half page score
   
1023
The Hunters of Kentucky written by S. Woodworth as sung in character of Mr. Petrie at Chatham Garden theatre, the symphonies & accompaniments by William Blondell. Philadelphia, Geo. Willig, n.d.
music score (2 l. )
port of Petrie 7x6 cm (2 images)
engraved by T. Birch
   
  Bising & Co.
1024
The celebrated songs and dances of Delehanty and Hengler, with all their original introductions & dances compiled and arranged by T. Brigham Bishop. Cincinnati, O., J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., 1868
lith 34x27 cm
   
  Bottger, A.
1026
Songs of the Florences: Ridin’ in a railroad keer, written and composed by W. J. Florence and sung by Mrs W. J. Florence. St. Louis, Jacob Endres, 1859
lith 14 cm diam
port of Mr. Florence by A. Bottger. A. McLean, Lith.
   
  Bouve, Elisha W.
1027
Old Dan Emmit’s original banjo melodies never before published. 2nd ser. Boston, Keith’s Music Publishing House, 1844
lith 11x9½ cm
port of Emmett by E. W. Bouve
One copy (music cover) for "De wild goose nation"; another (entire song of 4 p.) for voice and piano, "Pompy o’smash"
   
1028
Songs & glees of the Baker family of the White mountains, composed and arranged by John B. Baker. Boston, Keiths Music Pub. House, 1845
lith 16x22 cm image
   
1029
The boys of Kilkenny, adopted to an Irish Air and sung by Mr. Power. Baltimore, Geo. Willig, n.d.
lith 17x16 cm
music sheet
   
1030
Britannia the pride of the ocean! – the red, and blue. Sung by Mr. E. L. Davenport at all the principal theatres in the drama of Black-eyed Susan. London, Musical Bouquet Office, [n.d.]
eng 31x24 cm
   
  Brown, Eliphalet M., 1816-1886
1031
Horace Waters’ New Year’s gift for 1854; a collection of popular waltzes, dances, polkas, etc. New York, Horace Waters, 1854
lith tinted 16x20 cm
E Brown, Jr., artist; printed by Endicott & Co.
   
1032
Whitlock’s collection of Ethiopian melodies, as sung . . . by William Whitlock at the principal theaters in the United States, New York, C. G. Christman, 1846
lith 24x26½ cm
Printed by Endicott
   
  Brown, M. E. D.
1034
The merry girl of Portici; a medley ballad as sung by Mrs. Rowbotham, introducing the most popular melodies from Masaniello, arranged by Alexander Lee; the symphonie by J. C. Vierreck. Philadelphia, Kretschnar & Nunns, 1833
lith 15x21 cm image
   
  Brown, (G. T.) & Co.
1035
Emerson’s great sensation drum major, arranged by George T. Evans. San Francisco, M. Gray, 1871
lith in color 32x21 cm
music sheet
  Browne, William R.
1036
Dost thou love me, Sister Ruth a comic duet sung by Madame Vestris and Mr. Harley at the Theater Royal, Drury Lane, N. Y., Lith of Pendleton, n.d.
lith 23x16 cm
   
  Bufford, John H., 1810-1870
1037
Ah do not forget love; ballad sung . . .by Mrs. Watson at Niblos Garden, Concerts, etc. written. . .by J. Watson. New York, Endicott, 1835
lith in color 14x14 cm
on stone by Bufford, Lith of Endicott
   
1038
Ah! don’t mingle; the celebrated finale sung by Mrs. Wood in the opera of La Sonnambula. New York, Atwill’s Music Saloon, n. d.
lith 17x18 cm
on stone by J. H. Bufford; Endicott Lith
   
1039
Buckley’s comic songs as sung by R. Bishop Buckley of Buckley’s Serenaders. Boston, Henry Tolman & Co. [ca 1850]
   
1040
Buckley’s songs and dances. G. Swaine Buckley, Ethiopian comedian. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1865
lith 35x27 cm
   
1041
Comedy galop dedicated to William Warren. Boston, Henry Tolman & Co., 1868
lith 21x17½ cm
   
1042
Davy Crockett March, by the composer George Loesch and played by the orchestra between the 4th and 5th acts of the Exquisite American Idyl, Davy Crockett. Boston, White, Smith & Co., 1874
lith 21x21 cm
   
1043
The Dublin jaunting car, as sung by Master Spalding MacEvoy, in the Hibernicon or A Tour in Ireland. Music by Charles MacEvoy. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1863
lith 25x20 cm
"view of the old parliament building, Daublin, with the jaunting car standing in front."
   
1044
Land Ho; or, Fill high the brimmer; a quartette, as sung. . . by Euterpean Vocalists. Words by Geo. P. Morris; music composed. . .by John M. White. Boston, Henry Prentis, 1840
lith 13x16 cm image
B. W. Thayer’s lith
   
1045
Mlle. Fany Elssler in La Cachucha. Boston, H. Prentiss [n. d.]
lith 34x24½ cm
another copy in color
Thayer’s Lithogy, Boston
   
1046
Pas Styrien as danced by Mlle. Fanny Elssler & Mons. Sylvain. Boston, Henry Prentiss, 1840
lith 30x24½ cm
Bufford, artist; Thayer’s Lith
   
1047
Petruchio waltz; marceau de salon composed. . .by W. K. Batchelder. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1860
lith 20x15½ cm
port of Edwin Booth
   
1048
I’m a merry Zingara as sung by Madame Anna Thillion in Auber’s celebrated opera of the Crown diamonds. Words by Fitzball, music by Balfe. Boston, Geo. P. Reed & Co., n. d.
lith bronzed 18½x15 cm
   
1049
The invalid corps, song and chorus, sung by Buckley’s Minstrels. Boston, Henry Tolman & Co., 1863
lith 35x26½ cm
   
1050
Jim Crow jubilee; a collection of negro melodies as sung by A. F. Winnemore and his band of serenaders. Arranged for the piano forte by Augustus Clapp. Boston, Geo. P. Reed, 1847
lith 26½x20 cm
   
1051
The little frauds, Harrigan & Hart’s songs and sketches. Boston, White & Goullaud, 1872
lith 36x28½ cm
   
1052
Marietta Ravel Galop, as danced by Mademoiselle in the Black Crook at the Continental Theatre, Boston, composed by A. Jannotta. Boston, G. D. Russell & Co., 1867
lith 33x25 cm
from a photo by T. R. Burham
   
1053
May God bless that little church around the corner; music by Edwin Christie. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1870
lith 20½ diam. tinted
   
1054
Melodies of Bancker’s troupe of Sable Brothers as sung by them at their concerts in New York, Boston, and all the principal cities of the United States. Boston, A. & J. P. Ordway, 1848
lith 33½x26 cm
   
1055
Miss Watson as Celio in the opera of Native Land. New York, Firth & Hall, 1835
Lith 30½x18 cm
on stone by J. H. Bufford, from a sketch by Stewart Watson, Lith of Endicott
   
1056
Modjeska Waltzes, by Albert H. Fernald [and] Caroline Lowthian. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., n. d.
lith 17 cm diam
another copy lith by Beacon Lith Co.
   
1057
Mrs. Barrow’s schottisch, as performed by the Howard Athenaeum orchestra and Boston Military bands. Composed . . .by John Holloway. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1858
lith 18x14 cm
artist: LG
   
1058
Ossian’s serenade, as sung by Ossian E. Dodge at most of his fashionable entertainments throughout the Union. Boston, Oliver Ditoson, 1850
lith 19x21 cm
port of P. T. Barnum introducing Jenny Lind to Ossian E. Dodge
   
1059
Pete Morris’ celebrated comic melodies, arranged with piano forte accompaniment by Pete Morris. Boston, Russell & Richardson, 1857
lith in bronze 22x17 cm
photo by Masury, Silsbee & Case
   
1060
Polly Perkins of Paddington Green or The broken hearted milkman written and sung by Harry Clifton. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.
lith 24½x20 cm
   
1061
Rip Van Winkle Galop. Composed by W. T. Wellman, Jr. Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1869
lith 14½x15½ cm image
port of Jefferson
2 copies
   
1062
Sally come up; the popular song and dance as performed with applause by G. Swaine Buskley of the Buckley Serenaders. Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1863
lith 24x16 cm image
   
1063
Songs and ballads as sung by R. Bishop and G. Swain Buckley of Buckley’s Minstrels. Boston, Henry Tolman & Co., 1865
lith 31x25 cm
   
1064
The songs of the celebrated Cordelia Howard with a likeness of Mrs. G. C. Howard from a photo. Written and composed by her father. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1870
lith 12x10½ cm
from a photo by Sarony
   
1065
The songs of the celebrated Cordelia Howard, written and composed by her father. Boston, Oliver Ditson, 1858
lith 21½x17 cm
   
1066
Songs of the Florences, as sung by them in the principal theaters of Europe and America. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1867
lith 17x10½ cm image
   
1067
Songs of the Florences as sung by Mrs. W. J. Florence throughout the various theatres in Europe and America. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1859
lith 24x18 cm image
   
1068
Songs of the Florences as sung by Mrs. W. J. Florence throughout the various theatres in Europe and America. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1959
lith with sepia 25x19½ cm
   
1069
Souvenir de ballet. Polka Mazurka. Boston, Russell & Richardson, 1858
lith 25x21 cm
photo by Silsbee, Case & Co.
   
1070
That little church around the corner. Song and chorus-words by Dexter Smith, music by C. A. White. Boston, White, Smith & Perry, 1871
lith 17½x20 in color
two other copies (clippings)
   
1071
Two beautiful waltzes; Globe waltz and Dora waltz, by Georges Lantelme, Boston, White Smith & Perry, 1871
lith 20x18 cm image
music sheet
port of J. W. Wallack
   
1072
Valsha as performed by Mrs. Pelby. Boston, Henry Prentiss, 1840
lith 34x24½ cm
drawn by Bufford; B. W. Thayer’s Lith.
   
1073
The Vokes family, belles of the kitchen polka humoresque, composed by Eugene Cavello. Detroit, C. J. Whitney & Co., 1874
lith 26½x22 cm
   
  Bufford & Co.
1074
The fine ould Irish gintleman, written and sung by John Brougham. Boston, Geo. P. Reed, 1845
lith 33x25 cm image
2 copies
   
1075
Pete Morris’ celebrated comic melodies arranged for the piano forte by Geo. W. Peabody. Boston, Geo. P. Reed, 1846
lith 18x12 cm
port from a dag by Plumbe and five sketches
   
1076
Songs of the Virginia serenaders, as sung by them with distinguished success in the principal cities of the Union; arranged for the piano forte, by J. W. Turner. Boston, Keith’s Music Publ. House, 1844
lith 33x25½ cm
ports in plain dress and in character of J. Sanford, Jr. Meyers, J. P. Carter, Master R. Edwards and C. White
   
  Bufford (J. H.) & Sons
1077
I’ll be watching for you at the window; words by Geo. Cooper, music by C. M. Pyke. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1877
lith 16½x12 cm
   
1078
The songs of G. C. Howard [as sung by] Mrs. G. C. Howard, the original Topsey. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1870
lith 34½x27 cm
   
  Bufford Bros.
1079
The bashful girl as sung. . .by Miss Pauline Markham, written & arranged by Launce Lennox. New York, Wm. A. Pond & Co., 1868
lith 25½x20 cm
   
1080
Hamlet Galop: Homage to Edwin Booth, by Da Costa. New York, S. T. Gordon, n.d.
lith 19x17 cm
from a photo by Gurney
2 copies
   
1081
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Paul’s songs. New York, Thaddeus Firth, 1866
lith in color 29x22 cm
   
1082
The style of thing, sung by Mr. Howard Paul in his popular entertainment. New York, Thaddeus Firth, 1866
lith in color 35x27 cm
   
  Bufford’s (J. H.) Sons Lith.
1083
Mid flame and smoke; a descriptive song of the burning of the Brooklyn Theater. Words & Music by J. W. Turner. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Col, 1876
music score (5 p.)
cover is illus. of Brooklyn Theater in flames
lith by J. H. Bufford’s Sons
   
1084
Mrs. Langtry, the beauty of England. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., [n.d.]
lith 20x20 cm
2 copies
   
1085
Perdita waltz, dedicated to Miss Mary Anderson, composed by Andrew Levey played in the production of The Winter’s Tale by Lothians Boston Theater Orchestra. Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1887
lith 24x29 c
   
1086
Our boys march, composed by J. C. Mullaly. Boston, W. H. Cundy, 1875
lith 22½x19 cm
port of George Honey
   
1087
Buy a broom The Bavarian girl’s song sung by Madame Vestris. Philadelphia, G. E. Blake, n.d.
lith 7x6 cm image
music sheet
   
1088
Castle Garden Schottisch. New York, Jaques & Bother, 1852
lith in color 20½x30 cm
   
1089
The celebrated Ethiopian melodies as the Ethiopians of the southern states a sung by the six original Ethiopian serenaders or Boston minstrels. New York, C. G. Christman, 1848
lith 33½x25 cm
Spoodayks, artist
   
  Chandler, J. G.
1090
Gems of the minstrelsy, Perham’s opera vocalists, written an composed by H. S. Cartee. Portland, J. S. Pine, 1856
lith bronzed 34½x25½ cm
ports include: Old Uncle Epherum, Bobbin around, Stand thus, The railroad gallup & terrific explosion, Perham’s opera house interior Lee Mallory, del.
   
1091
Chaunting Benny: a batch of ballads, a comic song as sung with great applause by Mr. Chapman, arranged by G. Lo Bianco. New York, Firth & Hall [n.d.]
lith 33x23½ cm image
   
  Chicago Lith. Co.
1092
The fairest in the dell, an original song and dance sung by Lew Benedict of Dupre & Benedict’s minstrels. Toledo, Ohio, W. W. Whitney’s Palace of Music, 1869
lith 14½x10½ cm image
   
  Clay, Cosack & Co.
1093
Jenny Gossen; song and dance as sung by the Buffalo boys of Carncross & Dixeys minstrels. Composed by Cheever & Kennedy Rudolph, arranged for piano by J. S. Cox. Buffalo, Cottier and Denton, 1868
lith tinted 20x17½ cm
   
1094
Leslie polka, dedicated to Harry Leslie, the American hero of Niagara, by J. E. Hartel. Buffalo, J. R. Blodgett, 1865
lith in color 29½x21½ cm
   
  Clayton, C. O.
1095
Le petit Faust (Opera Bouffe de Herve) as performed by Kelly & Leon’s minstrels, arranged by Fred W. Zaullig. New York, A. Wundermann, 1870
lith 21x10½ cm
music sheet
   
1096
My native home as sung by Mrs. Barney Williams in Mr. John Brougham’s drama The Emerald ring. Music by Madame Adeline Murio-Celli. New York, J. Schuberth & Co., 1868
lith 22x33 cm
   
1097
Society’s spasm; or, Come and take a drink sung by Miss Lydia Thompson at Wood’s Museum, written by Edmund Webb. New York, C. M. Tremaine, 1868
lith 15½x14 cm
artist: G. G. Bremen
   
  Cochran, C. G.
1098
Genius, written by C. O. Clayton and composed by M. Harrison. New York, Wm. A. Pond & Co., 1869
lith 30x19½ cm
C. O. Clayton, Eng. Lith & Print
2 copies
   
  Cooke, Robert
1099
De ole jaw bone, as sung by Mr. J. W. Sweeny, the celebrated banjo player. Boston, Henry Prentiss, 1840
lith 15½x16 cm
R. Cooke, artist; B. W. Thayer’s Lithogy
music sheet
   
1100
Jonny Boker, or De broken yoke in de coaling ground. . . by J. W. Sweeny. Boston, Henry Prentiss, 1840
lith 13x16 cm image
R Cooke, artist; B. W. Thayer’s Lith.
music sheet
   
1101
Jumbo Jum, an original nigger ballad as sung. . .by Mr. John Smith, The celebrated delinietor of Etheopian character at the New York Circus. Boston, Henry Prentiss, 1840
lith 14½x17 cm
R Cooke, artist; Thayer’s Lithy.
music sheet
   
1102
The pirate’s serenade sung. . .by Mr. Horncastle; composed by J. Thomson of Edinburgh. Boston, Henry Prestiss. n.d.
lith 12½x15 cm
two copies
   
1103
The cork leg, a celebrated comic song, sung. . .by Mr. Latham, Niblo’s Garden. New York, William Hall & Son, n.d.
lith 16x19 cm
music sheet
   
  Crow, Thomas & Eno.
1104
The Commodore Nutt Polka, composed & dedicated to P. T. Barnum by Thomas Baker. New York, Horace Waters, 1862
lith in color 30½x25 cm
from photographs by D. Appleton & Co.
In center Commodore Nutt standing beside P. T. Barnum; on sides four portraits ofthe Commodore in different characters
   
1105
The Crow quadrilles. 3rd ed. Arranged for the piano forte by Robert Ashley. New York, William Hall & Son., n.d.
lith 24½x20 cm
music sheet
   
  Currier, Nathaniel, 1813-1888
1106
Beauties of the ballet. The Greek Romaika, danced by Mademoiselle Celeste. [n.p., n.d.]
lith in color 29½x22 cm
   
1107
The Cracovienne danced by Mdlle Funny Elssler in the grand ballet of the Gypsey, composed by N. D. Bochsha. New York, Hewitt & Jaques, [n.d.]
lith in color 32x21 cm
   
1108
The Crow Quadrilles, arranged with Figures for the piano forte by John H. Hewitt. Philadelphia, John F. Nunns, 1837
lith 31x24½ cm
music sheet
   
1109
Land of the free sung by Mr. H. Phillips, composed by G. Herbert Rodwell. New York, James L. Hewitt, n.d.
lith 13½x12 cm
   
1110
My father land; a favorite Swiss national air, as sung by Madame Otto, at the Park Theater & public concerts. Music arranged by Anthony Rieff. New York, Millets Music Saloon, 1838
lith 12x10 cm image
   
  D’Avignon, Francis, ca. 1814-
1111
Fortunate Tadesco. N. Y., Atwill, 1847
lith 27½x21 cm
dag by P. Haas

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