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41Title:  Louise St. John Westervelt collection of theatrical and musical photographs 1869-1930, (bulk 1870-1891)   
 Creator:  Westervelt, Louise St. John. | Midwest Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library) | Newberry Library Photographs. Midwest MS Westervelt. 
 Notes:  Collection of photographs, mainly cabinet photographs but also a few cartes de visite and gelatin prints, of international musical and theatrical performers of the nineteenth century, all dated before 1900 with the exception of a photograph of the dancer Ruth Page taken in 1930. Also includes photographs of Sarah Bernhardt, Edwin Booth, Lilli Lehmann, Anton Rubinstein and Theodore Thomas. Title supplied by cataloger. Forms part of the Midwest Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library) 
 Extent:  68 photographic prints (1 box) ; 30 x 21 cm. or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Bernhardt, Sarah, -- 1844-1923 -- Portraits | Booth, Edwin, -- 1833-1893 -- Portraits | Lehmann, Lilli, -- 1848-1929 -- Portraits | Page, Ruth, -- 1899-1991 -- Portraits | Rubinstein, Anton, -- 1829-1894 -- Portraits | Thomas, Theodore, -- 1835-1905 -- Portraits | Actors -- Portraits | Composers -- Portraits | Singers -- Portraits | Photographs 1869-1930 | Cabinet photographs 1869-1891 | Cartes-de-visite 1869-1891 | Portrait photographs 1869-1930

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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42Title:  Theodore Thomas papers 1852-1926   
 Creator:  Thomas, Theodore, 1835-1905 | Beach, H. H. A.Mrs, 1867-1944 | Burnham, Daniel Hudson, 1846-1912 | Carpenter, John Alden, 1876-1951 | Elgar, Edward, 1857-1934 | Frost, Robert, 1874-1963 | Lehman, Lilli, 1848-1929 | Paderewski, Ignace Jan, 1860-1941 | Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893 | Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883 | Thomas, Rose Fay, 1852-1929 | Midwest Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library) | Newberry Library Manuscript. Midwest MS Thomas. 
 Notes:  Correspondence, mainly incoming, of Theodore Thomas and Rose Fay Thomas, photographs of musicians, and guestbook kept by Rose Fay Thomas. 
 Extent:  2 cubic ft. (3 boxes and 1 oversize folder) 
 Subjects:  Thomas, Theodore, -- 1835-1905 | Thomas, Rose Fay, -- 1852-1929 | Chicago Symphony Orchestra | Actors -- Portraits | Composers -- Correspondence | Composers -- Portraits | Conductors (Music) -- Correspondence | Musicians -- Correspondence | Musicians -- Portraits | Singers -- Correspondence | Singers -- Portraits | Symphony orchestras -- History -- Sources | Manuscripts, American | Manuscripts, German | Cabinet photographs 1872-1911 | Correspondence 1860-1926 | Photographs 1872-1911

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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43Title:  Men and women merely players: some drawings   
 Creator:  Mathews, Richard George, 1870- 
 Publication:  Renaissance Press, Montreal, [1902?] 
 Notes:  The plates are portraits from life of performers who appeared in Montreal. 
 Extent:  [4] leaves, [19] leaves of plates in portfolio : chiefly ill., ports. (some col.) ; 45 cm. 
 Subjects:  Campbell, Patrick, -- Mrs., -- 1865-1940 | Kubelík, Jan | Nordica, Lillian, -- 1857-1914 | Bernhardt, Sarah, -- 1844-1923 | Kellar, Harry, -- 1849-1922 | Langtry, Lillie, -- 1853-1929 | Celeste, Maria | Lipman, Clara, -- 1869-1952 | Potter, Cora Urquhart, -- 1857-1936 | Gerardy, Jean | Grossmith, George, -- 1847-1912 | Sothern, E. H. -- (Edward Hugh), -- 1859-1933 | Bispham, David Scull, -- 1857-1921 | Arliss, George, -- 1868-1946 | Hare, John, -- 1933- | Actors -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Columbia University 
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44Title:  Thompson Westcott scrapbooks of Charles Durang's history of Philadelphia theater between the years 1749 and 1855, 1868   
 Creator:  Durang, Charles. | Westcott, Thompson. 
 Notes:  Processing Information: Formerly Dewey 812 P54D. Durang's history of Philadelphia theater was published in the Sunday dispatch in three series, each bearing a different title: The Philadelphia stage: from 1749 to 1821 (first series, 75 installments published from May 7, 1854 to October 7, 1855); The Philadelphia stage from 1749 to 1855 (second series, 56 installments published from June 29, 1856 to August 2, 1857); and The Philadelphia stage from the year 1749 to the year 1855 (third series, 136 installments published from July 8, 1860 to April 19, 1863). The three series were distributed by Westcott among the six volumes so that each volume contains a similar number of pages. Volume I covers the years from 1749 to 1817-18; volume II from 1817-18 to 1826-27; volume III from 1826-27 to 1831-32; volume IV from 1831-32 to 1841-42; volume V from 1841-42 to 1849-50; and volume VI from 1849-50 to 1855. All the scrapbooks include page numbers, a handwritten index, and a list of portraits. Westcott inserted portraits and other images, as well as personal correspondence, playbills, and additional clippings relating to Durang's chapters, resulting in a remarkably thorough representation of the history of Philadelphia's theater history. The chronological order in which Durang presents the historical events, combined with the author's limited use of narrative flashbacks and flash-forwards, makes the indexes useful to locate any mention or image of a given figure or institution active or relevant in a specific period of time. Please see the container list for more detailed information on each volume. 
 Extent:  6 (2 
 Subjects:  Arch Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Walnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Actors | Actors -- Portraits | Circus -- History | Drama -- History and criticism | Performing arts | Theater | Theater -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 19th century | Theater -- United States -- History -- 19th century | Philadelphia (Pa.) -- History | Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Social life and customs | Manuscripts, American -- 19th century | Autographs (manuscripts) | Correspondence | Engravings (prints) | Albums (Books)

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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45Title:  Josephine Schlenk and Sophie Schlenk photographs of theatrical performers collection   
 Creator:  Schlenk, Josephine, b. 1908 | Schlenk, Sophie, b. 1910 
 Notes:  Promotional photographs of theater performers collected by sisters Josephine Schlenk and Sophie Schlenk, 1927-1930. The Schlenk sisters were cast members of the musical, Gay Paree, directed by Jacob J. Shubert. Many of the photographs are portraits of their fellow cast members, as well as other theatrical performers. Portraits of individuals include the Schlenk sisters, as well as James Allatin, Alice Boulden, Irene Cornell, Patsy Costello, Dulcy Dowd, Bobby Pinkus, James Rennie, Charles "Chic" Sale, Richard Bernard "Red" Skelton, Eric Titus, Lillian Ward, and Lorraine Weimar. Interior group portraits show the cast of Gay Paree at Bob Berger's, a restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts, 1928. The collection includes a program for Gay Paree at the Shubert Theatre February 6, 1928. Title devised by cataloger. Many of the photographic prints include inscriptions to Josephine Schlenk and Sophie Schlenk. 
 Extent:  35 photographic prints (in 1 box) : b & w ; 19.7 x 25 cm and smaller. 
 Subjects:  Allatin, James, -- b. 1905 -- Portraits | Boulden, Alice -- Portraits | Cornell, Irene -- Portraits | Costello, Patsy -- Portraits | Dowd, Dulcy -- Portraits | Pinkus, Bobby, -- b. 1908 -- Portraits | Rennie, James, -- 1890-1965 -- Portraits | Sale, Charles, -- 1885-1936 -- Portraits | Schlenk, Josephine, -- b. 1908 -- Portraits | Schlenk, Sophie, -- b. 1910 -- Portraits | Shubert, Jacob J., -- 1878?-1963 -- Portraits | Skelton, Red, -- 1913-1997 -- Portraits | Titus, Eric -- Portraits | Ward, Lillian -- Portraits | Weimar, Lorraine -- Portraits | Actors -- Portraits | Dancers -- Pictorial works | Dancers -- Portraits | Entertainers -- Pictorial works | Entertainers -- Portraits | Theater -- New York (State) -- New York | Theatrical companies -- Pictorial works | Photographic prints | Studio portraits

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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46Title:  Oliver Barrett-Carl Sandburg papers, [ca. 1860]-1966   
 Creator:  Barrett, Oliver R. (Oliver Roger), 1873-1950 | Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967 | Barrett, Roger. | Mitgang, Herbert. | Midwest Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library) | Newberry Library Manuscript. Midwest MS Barrett-Sandburg. 
 Notes:  Correspondence, writings, photographs, and miscellaneous material that Oliver Barrett kept which pertained to his relationship with Carl Sandburg, plus items added by Barrett's son, Roger. 
 Extent:  6 cubic ft. (9 boxes and 1 oversize box) 
 Subjects:  Barrett, Oliver R. -- (Oliver Roger), -- 1873-1950 | Sandburg, Carl, -- 1878-1967 | Sandburg, Carl, -- 1878-1967 -- Portraits | Lincoln, Abraham, -- 1809-1865 | Actors -- Portraits | Authors, American -- 19th century -- Portraits | Authors, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence | Authors, European -- 19th century -- Portraits | Collectors and collecting -- Illinois -- Chicago | Great Fire, Chicago, Ill., 1871 -- Photographs | Poets, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence | Politicians -- Portraits | Soldiers -- United States -- Portraits | Manuscripts, American | Chicago (Ill.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century | United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Photographs | Cabinet photographs | Cartes-de-visite | Photographs 1860-1950 | Poems 1925-1966 | Stereographs

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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47Title:  Jay T. Last Collection of Entertainment: Performing Arts Prints and Ephemera, 1839-approximately 1940 (bulk 1870-1900)   
 Creator:  Last, Jay T. | Arnold, Vic. | Baker, Joseph E., approximately 1837-1914 | Bencke, Herman. | Blue, Ed. | Bonar, Thomas. | Briggs, A. | Cadwell, William H.(Lithographer) | Dreser, William, approximately 1820- | Dunshee, E. S. | Etherington, C.(Engraver) | Falk, B. J. (Benjamin J.), 1853-1925 | Frizzell, S. S. (Samuel S.), 1843-1895 | Goodman, Arthur Jule, -1926 | Gurney, Jeremiah, 1812-1895 | Haehnlen, Jacob, 1824- | Hallworth, Joseph B. | Hart, Chas. (Charles), active 1870-1880 | Hyde, James G. | Lord, F. | Maerz, Alois J. | Magee, John L. | Morgan, Matthew Somerville, 1839-1890 | Parsloe, Edmond. | Rimanoczy, A., 1832-1910 | Rothengatter, Emil, 1848-1939 | Sarony, Napoleon, 1821-1896 | Thomas, Henry Atwell, 1834-1904 | Willard, Archibald M., 1836-1918 | Windisch, A. | De La Harpe, Joseph, 1850-1901 | A. Hoen & Co | A.S. Seer's Printing Establishment (New York, N.Y.) | Ackermann-Quigley Litho. Co | Alfred Mudge and Son | American Lithographic Co | American Show Print (Firm) | Armstrong & Co. (Boston, Mass.) | Boston Job Print | Calhoun Printing Company | Calvert Lithographing Co. (Detroit, Mich.) | Central Lith. & Eng. Co | Chicago Bank Note Company | Chicago Lithographing Co | Clear & Co | Courier Company | Donaldson Litho. Co | Enquirer Job Printing Co | Enquirer Litho Co | Enterprise Litho Co | Erie Litho. & Ptg. Co | Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Company | Francis & Valentine | Goes Lithographic Co | Graphic Company | Great Western Pr. Eng. & Lith. Co | Greve Show Print Co | H. A. Thomas & Sterling | H.A. Thomas & Wylie | H.C. Miner Litho. Co | Hatch Lith. Co | Henry Seibert & Bros | J. Ottmann Lithographic Company | J.M.W. Jones Stationery & Printing Co | Kurz & Allison | Ledger Job Printing Office (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Liebler & Maass | MacBrair Lith. Co | Maerz Lith. Co | Metropolitan Job Printing and Engraving Establishment | N. Currier (Firm) | National Printing & Engraving Company (U.S.) | New England Lithographic Co | New York Popular Publishing Co | Otis Lithograph Co | Mesier's Lith | Phoenix Litho. Co | Quigley Litho. Co | Riverside Press (Cambridge, Mass.) | Riverside Printing Company | Russell-Morgan Print | Schmidt Label & Litho. Co | Shearman & Hart | Shober & Carqueville | Springer Litho. Co | Stafford & Co | Standard Embossing Co | Strobridge & Co. Lith | Strobridge Lithographing Company | T. Fitzwilliams and Co | T. Sinclair & Son | T. Sinclair's Lith | U.S. Printing Co | Thomas, Sterling & Wylie | Una & Sturn | W.J. Morgan & Co | Walle & Co | Wm. Bengough & Co 
 Notes:  The Jay T. Last Collection of Entertainment: Performing Arts Prints and Ephemera contains more than 1,900 printed items primarily advertising theatrical and musical entertainment and related performers in the United States from 1839 to the 1940s, with the majority of items dating from the 1870s to the 1890s. The collection consists of advertising and promotional materials, business records, and illustrations pertaining to a wide variety of performance genres that have been grouped broadly as music and theater (including theater, music, dance, burlesque, comedy, pantomime, and variety); minstrel (including minstrel shows, blackface entertainers, and female minstrels); and magic and miscellaneous (including magicians, motion pictures, and Wild West shows). The collection has 442 large-size items comprised mainly of lithographic theatrical and minstrel posters that were intended to advertise specific shows or performers. Small-size items in the collection number more than 1,500 and are comprised mainly of promotional ephemera and business documents such as trade cards, programs and playbills, souvenir booklets, die-cut cards, and printed billheads and letterheads with manuscript text. The collection provides a resource for studying the history of the American theater and the evolution of advertising strategies for the performing arts in the United States in the late 19th century. As graphic materials, the items offer evidence of developing techniques and trends in printmaking, and of the artists, engravers, lithographers, printers, and publishers involved in the creation of these prints. 
 Extent:  approximately 1,950 items. 
 Subjects:  Actors -- Pictorial works | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Pictorial works | African Americans -- Pictorial works | Bands (Music) -- Pictorial works | Blackface entertainers -- Pictorial works | Burlesque (Theater) | Caricatures and cartoons | Comedians -- Portraits | Comedies | Dancers -- Pictorial works | Magicians -- Pictorial works | Marching bands -- Pictorial works | Melodramas | Minstrel shows | Parades -- Pictorial works | Theater -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Theater -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Theatrical producers and directors -- Portraits | Theatrical productions United States 19th century | Vaudeville | Advertisements | Billheads | Business records | Business records United States 19th century | Business records United States 20th century | Caricatures | Chromolithographs | Ephemera | Engravings | Leaflets (printed works) | Letterheads | Lithographs | Portrait prints | Posters | Printed ephemera | Prints | Promotional materials | Relief prints | Theatrical posters | Trade cards

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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48Title:  Cloyd Head papers, 1895-1968   
 Creator:  Head, Cloyd S. | Bodenheim, Maxwell, 1893-1954 | Browne, Maurice, 1881-1955 | Cheney, Sheldon, 1886-1980 | Jonson, Raymond, 1891-1982 | Monroe, Harriet, 1860-1936 | Stevens, Thomas Wood, 1880-1942 | Tietjens, Eunice, 1884-1944 | Midwest Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library) | Newberry Library Manuscript. Midwest MS Head. 
 Notes:  Diaries, correspondence, writings and subject files of Cloyd Head. Use the link to the finding aid for a fuller description of collection contents that explains the use of the name and subject terms appearing in this catalog record. 
 Extent:  4 cubic ft. (12 boxes) 
 Subjects:  Head, Cloyd S | Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago Little Theatre | Goodman Theatre (Chicago, Ill.) | Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.) | University of Miami | Year Book Medical Publishers | Poetry (Chicago, Ill.) | Actors -- Portraits | Amateur theater -- Production and direction -- Florida | Amateur theater -- Production and direction -- Illinois -- Chicago | Dramatists | Little theater movement -- Illinois -- Chicago | Manuscripts, American | One-act plays, American -- Illinois -- Chicago | Poets, American -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Theater -- Florida -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Theater -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Theater -- Production and direction -- Florida | Theater -- Production and direction -- Illinois -- Chicago | Theatrical producers and directors -- Florida | Theatrical producers and directors -- Illinois -- Chicago | Chicago (Ill.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century | Chicago (Ill.) -- Social life and customs | Correspondence Florida 1914-1965 | Correspondence Illinois Chicago 1914-1965 | Photographs

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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49Title:  Album of carte-de-visite photographs and newspaper etchings of entertainers   
 Creator:  Stanwood, Harry | Fredricks, Charles DeForest, 1823-1894 | Pratt, Charles E., 1841-1902 
 Notes:  Album of primarily carte-de-visite photographs and newspaper etchings, depicting minstrels, actors, dancers, musicians, and managers collected and compiled by Harry Stanwood, 1863-1864. The Theatrical Portrait Gallery of Charles DeForest Fredricks created the majority of the carte-de-visite photographs. Photographs of minstrel performers not wearing blackface makeup consist of George W. Bailey, Lew Benedict, Theodore "Gustavo" Bidaux, Billy Birch, Frank Brower, Jerry Bryant, W. S. Budworth, S. C. Campbell, George N. Christy, Charles H. Duprez, J. Edwin Green, George W. H. Griffin, Tim Hays, Richard M. Hooley, Lon Morris, Johnny Pell, Charles Reynolds, T. Y. Riggs, George Robinson, Hy S. Rumsey, Samuel A. Wells, and Charles T. White. Photographs of identified minstrel performers wearing blackface makeup consist of Gonsalvo Bishop, Ebenezer "Little Mac" Nicholson, Dave Reed, and a portrait of Eph Horn with probably Dan Bryant. Photographs of dancers consist of Mary Blake, Samuel Hague, Annetta Galletti, Hank Mudge, Emma Ross, Ida Ross, George R. "Dick" Sands, Ella Wesner, and Nellie A. Howard Young. Photographs of banjo players consist of James H. Budworth, Frank B. Converse, and Harry Stanwood. Photographs of other identified musicians consist of A. M. Hernandez, Samuel Hosfeld, and M. Ainsley Scott. Photographs of other individuals with identified occupations consist of Fanny Brown, an actress; Edwin Forrest, an actor; Clara Louise Kellogg, a singer; James Koehl, a violinist; Emma J. Nichols, a songwriter; Tony Pastor, a theatrical manager; and Dan Rice, a clown. Photographs of identified individuals without discernible occupations, but probably also theatrical personages include Flem Adams, Charles W. Anable, G. W. Charles, Charley Forest, Low Gaylord, Ferd Hienrich, Johnny Howard, Frank Kent, Jennie Parker, W. P. Spaulding, Mrs. W. P. Spaulding, Walter Brandon Thomas, Billy West, and William S. Willis. Photographs of couples and groups include a portrait of three men identified as Harry Stanwood, Hank Mudge, and Mr. Stone; a portrait of Harry Stanwood and Mr. Pittsburgher; a portrait of dancers Ella Wesner and Mademoiselle Katrina; a portrait of two men identified as Waldron and Galloway, Alleghenian bell ringers; a group portrait of three young children judged "prized babies", probably in a beauty contest sponsored by P. T. Barnum; a group portrait of promoter Colonel Ellinger, possibly of Cremorne Gardens, New York City, with dwarves Commodore Foote and his sister, and Colonel Small; and a group portrait including Low Gaylord and his wife, M. T. Skiff and his wife, Johnny Howard, and a man identified as Delahanty. Photographs of partially identified individuals include W. Arlington, Mr. Eivers, C. Forrest, E. Haslam, E. Holmes, W. Kennedy, Master Pape, and C. Templeton, in addition to a woman identified as Collins, probably in costume for "The Cure"; J. H. Robertson of New Haven, Connecticut, and probably of siblings to Harry Stanwood, including his sister Hattie Stanwood and his brother Roe Stanwood. Two composite photographs created by the Theatrical Portrait Gallery of Charles DeForest Fredricks depict a hundred actors and a hundred actresses. Photographs of unidentified individuals include a portrait of an African American boy; an actor portraying the character of Lord Dundreary from the play "Our American Cousin"; an unidentified minstrel performer wearing blackface makeup; a group of five performing dogs, and a caricature etching depicting an African American boy entitled "Little Nig." Newspaper clippings document performances by Stanwood with minstrel troupes, primarily Duprez & Green's Minstrels, but also including Skiff and Gaylord's Minstrels. The clippings also consist of sixty-seven relief etchings of individuals involved in the entertainment industry. Etchings of minstrels consist of Dan Bryant, Jerry Bryant, Charley Fox, J. Edwin Green, Eph Horn, George W. Moore, Charles A. Morris, Tommy J. Peel, David Wambold, and Charles T. White. Etchings of actors consist of William Rufus Blake, Adolphus H. Davenport, Edwin Forrest, George Jordan, Harry Langdon, John T. Raymond, Peter Richings, John R. Scott, Edward Askew Sothern, and Charles Wilkinson. Etchings of actresses consist of Fanny Brown, Ann Cruise, Kate Fisher, Mary Gannon, Mary J. Gladstane, Madeline Henriques, Mrs. George Jordan, Laura Keene, Caroline Richings, Emma Elizabeth Taylor, Ada Webb, and Mollie William. Etchings of pantomimes consist of Harry Gilbert and Harry Leslie. Etchings of dancers consist of Sally Bishop, Joe Brown, Isabel Cubas, Mary Ann Fielding, Annetta Galletti, Samuel Hague, Tim Hayes, Kate Pennoyer, Marietta Ravel, Lizzie Schultze, and Marie Zoe. Etchings of comedians consist of Edwin Adams, John Collins, William Pleater Davidge, George Holland, Edward Lamb, Mrs. Harry Langdon, Joe Pentland, Stuart Robson, and Dan Setchell. Etchings of theatrical producers and managers consist of Charles H. Duprez, George K. Goodwin, Samuel S. Sanford, Sam Sharpley, Gilbert R. Spalding, and William Wheatley. Etchings of authors consist of Dion Boucicault, John Brougham, and Artemus Ward. Etchings of singers consist of Eva Brent, Julia Holman, Sallie Holman, Adelina Patti, Gus Shaw, and Felicja Vestfali. Etchings of sportsmen consist of figure skater Jackson Haines, in addition to billiard players Dudley Kavahagh and Louis Fox. Etchings of other individuals include Jonathan Harrington, a ventriloquist; Tom Watson, a clown; Marietta Zanfretta, a tight rope artist; and Frank Pastor, who has an unidentified occupation. The album includes a color lithograph of a woman reclining on a chaise lounge. Collection also includes a copy of a song, "Personals in the New York Herald", written by Harry Stanwood, arranged by Charles E. Pratt, and published by William A. Pond and Company, New York, 1868. Title devised by cataloger. Manuscript captions in ink below most photographs. 
 Extent:  1 album (93 photographic prints) : b & w ; 20.8 x 17.2 cm. 
 Subjects:  Adams, Edwin, -- 1834-1877 | Anable, Charles W | Bailey, George W | Barnum, P. T. -- (Phineas Taylor), -- 1810-1891 | Benedict, Lew | Bidaux, Theodore Gustav | Birch, Billy | Bishop, Sally | Blake, Mary | Blake, William Rufus, -- 1805-1863 | Boucicault, Dion, -- 1820-1890 | Brent, Eva, -- singer | Brougham, John, -- 1810-1880 | Brower, Frank | Brown, Fanny | Brown, Joe, -- dancer | Bryant, Dan, -- 1833-1875 | Bryant, Jerry, -- minstrel entertainer | Budworth, J. H. -- (James H.), -- 1831-1875 | Campbell, S. C. -- (Sherwood Coan), -- 1829-1874 | Christy, George N., -- 1827-1868 | Collins, John | Converse, Frank B | Cruise, Ann | Cubas, Isabel | Davenport, Adolphus H., -- 1828-1873 | Davidge, William Pleater, -- 1814-1888 | Duprez, Charles H | Fielding, Mary Ann | Fisher, Kate, -- b. 1840 | Forrest, Edwin, -- 1806-1872 | Fox, Charley | Fox, Louis, -- d. 1865 | Fredricks, Charles DeForest, -- 1823-1894 | Galletti, Annetta | Gannon, Mary | Gilbert, Harry, -- pantomimist | Gladstane, Mary J | Goodwin, George K | Green, J. Edwin | Griffin, G. W. H. -- (George W. H.), -- 1829-1879 | Hague, Samuel, -- 1829-1901 | Haines, Jackson | Harrington, Jonathan, -- 1811-1881 | Hayes, Tim, -- dancer | Henriques, Madeline | Hernandez, A. M | Hienrich, Ferd | Holland, George, -- 1791-1870 | Holman, Julia | Holman, Sallie | Hooley, Richard M., -- 1822-1893 | Horn, Eph | Hosfeld, Samuel | Jordan, George, -- actor | Kavahagh, Dudley, -- 1837- | Keene, Laura, -- 1826-1873 | Kellogg, Clara Louise, -- 1842-1916 | Koehl, James | Lamb, Edward, -- comedian | Langdon, Harry | Leslie, Harry | Menken, Adah Isaacs, -- 1835-1868 | Morris, Charles A | Morris, Lon, -- 1830-1882 | Mudge, Hank | Nichols, Emma J | Nicholson, Ebenezer | Parker, Jennie | Pastor, Frank | Pastor, Tony, -- 1837-1908 | Patti, Adelina, -- 1843-1919 | Peel, Tommy J | Pell, Johnny | Pennoyer, Kate | Pentland, Joe | Pratt, Charles E., -- 1841-1902 | Ravel, Marietta | Raymond, John T., -- 1836-1887 | Reed, Dave, -- 1830-1906 | Reignolds, Kate | Rice, Dan, -- 1823-1900 | Richings, Caroline, -- 1827-1884 | Richings, Peter, -- 1798-1871 | Riggs, T. Y | Robinson, George, -- minstrel entertainer | Robson, Stuart, -- 1836-1903 | Ross, Emma | Ross, Ida | Rumsey, Hy S | Sands, Dick, -- 1840-1900 | Sanford, Samuel S., -- 1821-1905 | Schultze, Lizzie | Scott, John R., -- actor | Scott, Mazzellah Ainsley, -- b. 1820 | Setchell, Dan | Sharpley, Sam | Shaw, Gus | Sothern, Edward Askew, -- 1826-1881 | Stanwood, Harry | Thomas, Brandon, -- 1856-1914 | Vestfali, Felicja, -- d. 1880 | Wambold, David | Ward, Artemus, -- 1834-1867 | Watson, Tom | Webb, Ada | Wells, Samuel A., -- 1825 or 6-1864 | Wesner, Ella | Wheatley, William, -- 1816-1876 | White, Charles T | Wilkinson, Charles | Williams, Mollie | Willis, William S | Young, Nellie A. Howard | Zanfretta, Marietta | Zoe, Marie | Actors -- Pictorial works | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Pictorial works | Actresses -- Portraits | Dancers -- Pictorial works | Dancers -- Portraits | Entertainers -- Pictorial works | Entertainers -- Portraits | Minstrels -- Pictorial works | Minstrels -- Portraits | Minstrels -- United States -- Pictorial works | Minstrels -- United States -- Portraits | Musicians -- Pictorial works | Musicians -- Portraits | Cartes-de-visite | Etchings | Musical works | Photograph albums | Photographic prints | Studio portraits

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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