Archer, writing from London (England,) replies to Martin-Harvey's request for an article on Martin-Harvey's production of "Oedipus." He suggests that he ask another critic more familiar with the production and offers some critiques of it.
Sarah Siddons writes her son, Harry (Henry) Siddons, regarding Henry's wife's loss of clothes and ornaments in the theatre fire, investments, a promise of a loan, her own need to move socially, and not living for one's self alone. The letter...
Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868; Lauder, Thomas Dick, Sir, 1784-1848; Invitation; Scheduling; Letters; Embossing (Printing)
Charles Kean writes Sir Thomas from Glasgow accepting an invitation to visit him. Sir Thomas probably refers to Sir Thomas Lauder. The letter contains an embossing and is torn. The letter is also discolored.
D’Aguilar, Eliza, 18th/19th cent.; D'Aguilar, G. C. (George Charles), Sir, 1784-1855; Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868; Kean, Mary, 1779-1849; Sealing-wax; Seals (Closures); Signatures (Writing); Sons; Travel; Letters; Watermarks
Eliza D'Aguilar, wife of decorated military man Sir George Charles D'Aguilar, writes a letter to Mrs. Mary Kean. While Eliza begins her letter with the discussion of her son, she mentions the safe arrival of Mary's son to the United States. Eliza...
Irving, writing from Romford, England, lists his reasons for leaving Thacker & Co., explains why he entered the acting profession, and describes his first roles. The letter cross-written on one page: page 5 is written horizontally across page 1.