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Burning of Barnum's Museum.

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F. Federici as "the Mikado" in the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company stage production The Mikado (Gilbert And Sullivan).

J.H. Gilmour and Tommy Russell in the stage production Little Lord Fauntleroy.

David Belasco

Photo of Charles Dickens oil painting by E. Goodwyn Lewis, 1869.

Scene from the stage production The Big Little Princess

Scene from stage production The Big Little Princess

The Miracle (cinema 1913) [Sweden]

The Feudists (cinema 1913)

Dr. Polly (cinema 1913)

Harvest (cinema 1913)

John Tobin's Sweetheart (cinema 1913)

Setting the Style (Cinema 1913)

Broncho Billy and the Redskin

Maid In Swedan (Cinema 1914)

The Hall Room Rivals (cinema 1914)

Just Mother (cinema 1914)

The Saint and the Singer (Cinema 1914)

Josie's Declaration of Independence (cinema 1914)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

Don Quijote (cinema 1915)

The Prayer of a Horse (Cinema 1915)

Don Quijote (cinema 1915)

Don Quijote (cinema 1915)

Two Women (cinema 1915?)

Old Heidelberg (Cinema 1915)

The Country Parson (cinema 1915)

Don Quijote (cinema 1915)

The Wheels of the Gods (cinema 1915)

Bob's Love Affair (Cinema 1915)

Old Heidelberg (Cinema 1915)

The Lamb (cinema 1915)

Charles Waldron, Clare Eames and Frank Reicher in the stage production Mary Stuart/A Man About Town.

Portrait of Garland Anderson published in Sunset Magazine, May, 1928.

Caricature drawing of Show Boat cast from Ziegfeld Theater program, Sept. 29, 1928.

Scene from the stage production It Can't Happen Here.

Moss Hart confers with Major Maurice Evans regarding the stage production The Man Who Came to Dinner.

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, photo file 'A'

The Black Crook

A Belle's Stratagem

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, photo file 'A'

The Black Crook

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, photo file 'A'

Harrigan and Hart

The Black Crook

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, photo file 'A'

Harrigan and Hart

Geraldine Ulmar, Kate Forster, and Geraldine St. Maur as "The little maids from school" in the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company stage production The Mikado (Gilbert And Sullivan).

Harrigan and Hart

A Belle's Stratagem

A Belle's Stratagem

The Black Crook

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, photo file 'A'

The Black Crook

A Belle's Stratagem

The Black Crook

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, photo file 'A'

Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, photo file 'A'

Josie's Coney Island Nightmare (cinema 1914)

Charlotte Cushman in costume as Romeo

James Robinson Planché

Edwin Booth

Harrigan and Hart as "The Little Frauds."

Charlotte Thompson as Jane Eyre.

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