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Adams, Edwin, -- 1834-1877 (1)
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Albumen prints New York (State) New York 1867-1896 (1)
Anable, Charles W (1)
Bailey, George W (1)
Barnum, P. T. -- (Phineas Taylor), -- 1810-1891 (1)
Benedict, Lew (1)
Bidaux, Theodore Gustav (1)
Birch, Billy (1)
Bishop, Sally (1)
Blackface entertainers -- Pictorial works (1)
Blake, Mary (1)
Blake, William Rufus, -- 1805-1863 (1)
Boucicault, Dion, -- 1820-1890 (1)
Brent, Eva, -- singer (1)
Broadsides (1)
Brougham, John, -- 1810-1880 (1)
Brower, Frank (1)
Brown, Fanny (1)
Brown, Joe, -- dancer (1)
Bryant, Dan, -- 1833-1875 (1)
Bryant, Jerry, -- minstrel entertainer (1)
Budworth, J. H. -- (James H.), -- 1831-1875 (1)
Burlesque (Theater) (1)
Burlesque (Theater) -- Portraits (1)
CHR 1981 (1)
1Title:  Complete composite portrait in postcards of Sarah Bernhardt in L'Aiglon, by Rostand [manuscript]   
 Creator:  Bernhardt, Sarah, 1844-1923 
 Publication:  Paris, ca. 1909. 
 Notes:  Complete composite portrait of Sarah Bernhardt in ten original tinted/colored photographic postcards with captions, stamped and franked, the versos filled in. Photographs by Boyer, Downey, Henri Manuel, and another un-named artist. Conservation framed in double perspective, with each card in guides, revealing rectos and versos. 
 Extent:  45 x 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actresses -- Portraits | Postcards

 
Collection:  Columbia University 
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2Title:  Queens of the drama: portraits designed and etched on copper   
 Creator:  Stephens, Robert Neilson, 1867-1906 | Kirkpatrick, Frank Le Brun. | Worrall, Clarence A. 
 Publication:  Nims and Knight, Philadelphia, Pa, c1889. 
 Extent:  [21] p., [10] leaves of mounted plates : ill., ports. ; 36 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actresses -- Biography | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Columbia University 
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3Title:  [Character portraits of actors and actresses   
 Creator:   
 Publication:  London, 1773] 
 Extent:  [1 v.] 16mo. 
 Subjects:  Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  Nos actrices chez elles   
 Creator:  Pirou, Eug. (Eugène) | Pirou, Eug. (Eugène). | Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art Art School, 
 Publication:  Fayard, Paris, [ca. 1890] 
 Notes:  Portraits of French actresses in their homes, including: Madame Réjane; Jane Hading; Mlle. Dudlay; Yvette Guilbert; Lucy Gérard; Mlle. Sorel; Rosa Bruck; Mlle. Bréval; Mlle. Yahne; Mlle. du Minil; Mlle. Gerfaut; Mlle. Drunzer; Madame Amel; Mlle. Poncet; Mlle. Lafargue; Mlle. Suzanne Derval; Madame Lina Munte; Mlle. Mily-Meyer; Madame Grimault; Mlle. Sberna; Mlle. Melcy; Mlle. Liane de Pougy; Mlle. Aimée Martial; Mlle. Blanche Dufresne; Mlle. Micheline; Madame Desclauzas; Mlle. Mégard; Mlle. Lerou; Suzanne Elven; Jane Evans; Mlle. Jeandick; and Marie Royer. 
 Extent:  [72] p. : all col. ports. ; 34 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actresses -- France -- Biography | Actresses -- Portraits | Interior decoration -- France -- Pictorial works

 
Collection:  Smithsonian Institution 
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5Title:  Bühnenstars: Bilder von Schauspielern, Sängern und Tänzern aus vier Jahrhunderten : Schätze aus dem Deutschen Theatermuseum München   
 Creator:  Schöne, Günter, 1904- | Deutsches Theatermuseum 
 Publication:  F. Noetzel, Wilhelmshaven, c1997. 
 Notes:  Includes index. 
 Extent:  252 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits | Singers -- Portraits | Dancers -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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6Title:  The "halls."   
 Creator:  Scotson-Clark, G. F. (George Frederick), 1872-1927 | Gamble, George. | David and Shiu-min Block Collection on William Nicholson 
 Publication:  T.F. Unwin, London, [1899] 
 Notes:  "Chiefly concerning the music halls [by George Gamble]": p. 9-[48]. 
 Extent:  47, [1] p., [24] leaves of plates : chiefly ill. (col.) ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.) | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Columbia University 
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7Title:  Catalogue raisonnee of Mr. Mathews's gallery of theatrical portraits: now exhibited for the first time, and forming a nearly complete dramatic record from the year 1659 down to the present time   
 Creator:  Mathews, Charles, 1776-1835 | Mathews, Charles, 1803-1878 | Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834 
 Publication:  W. Clowes, London, 1833. 
 Notes:  Illustrations and clippings from various sources mounted on leaves and interspersed throughout the text. Pages of manuscript notes inserted. "Queen's Bazaar, Oxford Street." Preceded by Charles Lamb's essay: "The old actors." 
 Extent:  74, [4] p. 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actors -- England -- Biography | Actresses -- England -- Biography | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Columbia University 
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8Title:  Catalogue raisonnee of Mr. Mathews's Gallery of theatrical portraits   
 Creator:  Mathews, Charles, 1776-1835 | Mathews, Charles, 1803-1878 | Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834 
 Publication:  W. Clowes, London, 1833 
 Notes:  "Queen's Bazaar, Oxford Street." Preceded by Charles Lamb's essay: "The old actors." 
 Extent:  74, [4] p. ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Actors -- England -- Biography | Actresses -- England -- Biography | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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9Title:  Catalogue raisonnee of Mr. Mathews's gallery of theatrical portraits: now exhibited for the first time, and forming a nearly complete dramatic record from the year 1659 down to the present time   
 Creator:  Mathews, Charles, 1776-1835 | Mathews, Charles James, 1803-1878 | Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834 
 Publication:  W. Clowes, London, 1833. 
 Notes:  "Queen's Bazaar, Oxford Street." Preceded by Charles Lamb's essay: "The old actors." 
 Extent:  74, [4] p. 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actors -- England -- Biography | Actresses -- England -- Biography | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Smithsonian Institution 
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10Title:  History of the American stage: containing biographical sketches of nearly every member of the profession that has appeared on the American stage, from 1733 to 1870   
 Creator:  Brown, T. Allston (Thomas Allston), 1836-1918 
 Publication:  Dick & Fitzgerald, publishers, New York, [1870?] 
 Notes:  Copyright 1870 by Dick & Fitzgerald. Portrait frontispiece signed: The Major & Knapp Eng. Mfg. & LIth. Co., N. B'way, N.Y.; 79 unsigned plates included in pagination. Last page blank. 
 Extent:  6, [3], 6-421, [1] p. : ports. ; 21 cm. 
 Subjects:  Theater -- United States -- Dictionaries | Actors -- Biography -- Dictionaries | Actresses -- Biography | Actresses -- Portraits | Actors -- United States -- Portraits | Women

 
Collection:  Library Company 
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11Title:  History of the American stage: containing biographical sketches of nearly every member of the profession that has appeared on the American stage, from 1733 to 1870   
 Creator:  Brown, T. Allston (Thomas Allston), 1836-1918 
 Publication:  Burt Franklin, New York, 1969. 
 Notes:  "Originally published 1870." 
 Extent:  421 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actors -- United States -- Biography | Actresses -- United States -- Biography | Actresses -- Portraits | Actors -- Portraits | Theater -- United States -- Dictionaries

 
Collection:  Library Company 
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12Title:  Celebrities of the stage   
 Creator:  Lawrence, Boyle, 1869- | Fitz-Gerald, S. J. Adair (Shafto Justin Adair), 1859-1925 
 Publication:  George Newnes, Limited, London, [1900?] 
 Notes:  Rare Book copy: From the library of S. J. Adair Fitz-Gerald, with his autograph, August 1900. Rare Book copy: Bound with: Operatic & dramatic album. Extra Christmas number. [London : E. Matthews & Sons, 1876]. 
 Extent:  [106] p. 48 col. port. 36 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actors and acting Portraits | Actors -- Great Britain | Actresses -- Great Britain | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Columbia University 
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13Title:  Extra Christmas number of the Operatic & dramatic album   
 Alt. Title:  Operatic & dramatic album   
 Creator:  Fitz-Gerald, S. J. Adair (Shafto Justin Adair), 1859-1925 | Brown, Maynard. 
 Publication:  E. Matthews & Sons, London, 1876]. 
 Notes:  Cover-title. Rare Book copy: Cover wanting. Rare Book copy: From the library of S. J. Adair Fitz-Gerald, with his autograph, August 1900. Rare Book copy: Bound with: Celebrities of the stage / edited by Boyle Lawrence. London : George Newnes, Limited, [1900?] 
 Extent:  4 p. 6 port. 38 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actors and acting Portraits | Actors -- Great Britain | Actresses -- Great Britain | Actors -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits

 
Collection:  Columbia University 
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14Title:  Les femmes de théâtre du XVIIIe siècle   
 Creator:  Klingsor, Tristan, 1874-1966 
 Publication:  Edition d'Art, Paris, [1911] 
 Notes:  "Achevé d'imprimer à Paris le 27 avril 1911"--Colophon. "Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage 300 exemplaires numérotés à savoir 25 exemplaires sur Japon, 275 exemplaires sur papier Hollande à la forme fabriqué spécialement"--P. [3] at end. Each plate accompanied by guide-sheet with descriptive letterpress. 
 Extent:  126, [5] p., [40] leaves of plates : 40 ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm. 
 Subjects:  Actresses | Actresses -- Portraits | Theater -- France -- History -- 18th century | David, S. Binding

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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15Title:  Yacht colors of the world   
 Creator:  W. Duke Sons & Co. (Durham, N.C.) 
 Publication:  W. Duke Sons & Co, New York, Durham, N.C, [1889?] 
 Notes:  Cover title. Reproductions of cigarette cards with portraits of American actresses in the colors of various yacht clubs. Includes also sections of cards on "Fancy dress ball costumes" and "Musical instruments of the world." Issued to advertise Duke cigarettes. 
 Extent:  [22] leaves : all colored ill. ; 18 x 27 cm. 
 Subjects:  Cigarette cards -- United States | Actresses -- Portraits | Costume -- Pictorial works | Musical instruments | Advertising -- Cigarettes

 
Collection:  Smithsonian Institution 
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16Title:  Playboy's Leading ladies   
 Creator:  Gotham Book Mart Collection (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Playboy Press, Chicago, Ill, ©1981. 
 Notes:  "Playboy special publication." 
 Extent:  106 pages, [6] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Photography of the nude | Actresses -- Portraits | Leading ladies (Actresses) -- Portraits | Actresses | Leading ladies (Actresses) | Photography of the nude | CHR 1981 | PRO Gotham Book Mart (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copy) | Portraits

 
Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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17Title:  Jay T. Last Collection of Entertainment: Theatrical Broadsides and Playbills, 1809-1923 (bulk 1840-1890)   
 Creator:  Last, Jay T. | Fostell, Al, 1858-1920 
 Notes:  This collection contains approximately 1,000 printed 19th and early 20th century entertainment broadsides, playbills, and related advertisements, and forms a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of Entertainment. These items advertise theatrical performances including plays, variety entertainment such as minstrel, burlesque, and vaudeville shows, and optical displays such as dioramas, living statues, and tableaus. Over 250 theaters primarily from the Northeastern United States are represented in the collection, though there are also materials from theaters in the Midwestern, Southern, and Western United States, and approximately 26 items from Canada, Ireland, England, and Scotland. The materials range in size from approximately 9 1/2 x 6 inches to 42 1/2 x 14 inches and consist of single-sheet unfolded advertisements for theatrical productions that were intended to be distributed by hand, posted on walls, fences, or in windows, or sold to playgoers entering the theater. Among the names given to these types of advertisements, according to their size and mode of distribution, are broadsides, dodgers, handbills, hangers, playbills, posters, and show bills. 
 Extent:  approximately 1,000 items in 39 oversized folders. 
 Subjects:  Actors | Actresses -- Portraits | Blackface entertainers -- Pictorial works | Burlesque (Theater) | Comedians | Entertainment events | Music-halls | Minstrel shows | Minstrel shows -- Pictorial works | Revues | Theater -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Theater -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Theaters | Vaudeville | Advertisements | Broadsides | Handbills | Playbills | Posters | Relief prints | Theatrical posters

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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18Title:  Houseworth's Celebrities   
 Creator:  Thomas Houseworth & Co 
 Notes:  Studio portraits of entertainers created by Thomas Houseworth & Co. that comprise a portion of the Houseworth's Celebrities, ca. 1870-1880. Images include female burlesque actresses and dancers Viola Clifton, Lizzie McCall, Lulu Mortimer, and Mabel Santley, while other portraits depict actress Noko McCabe; actress and singer Emelie Melville; and acrobat and circus entrepreneur Edward W. Orrin. Letterpress captions on mounts. 
 Extent:  7 photographic prints : b & w ; 14.8 x 10.5 cm. on mounts 16.5 x 10.8 cm. 
 Subjects:  Clifton, Viola | Houseworth, Thomas, -- 1829-1915 | McCall, Lizzie | Melville, Emelie | Mortimer, Lulu | Orrin, Edward W | Santley, Mabel | Thomas Houseworth & Co | Acrobats -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits | Burlesque (Theater) -- Portraits | Dancers -- Portraits | Entertainers -- Portraits | Singers -- Portraits | Photographic prints | Studio portraits

 
Collection:  Yale University 
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19Title:  [Ada Rehan with dagger, full-length portrait]   
 Creator:  Sarony, Napoleon, 1821-1896 | Midwest Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library) | Newberry Library Manuscript. Midwest MS 124. 
 Notes:  Title devised by cataloger. Full-length cabinet card portrait of Ada Rehan removing a dagger from a scabbard and wearing a cape. "37 Union Sq. N.Y." 
 Extent:  1 photograph : albumen print on card mount ; mount 17 x 11 cm 
 Subjects:  Rehan, Ada, -- 1857-1916 -- Portraits | Actresses -- Portraits | Actors -- Portraits | Cabinet photographs New York (State) New York 1867-1896 | Albumen prints New York (State) New York 1867-1896 | Photographs New York (State) New York 1867-1896 | Portrait photographs New York (State) New York 1867-1896 | New York (State) 1867-1896 Photographs

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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20Title:  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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