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    • Charles Kean letter

    • Embossing (Printing); Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868; Kean, Ellen, 1805-1880; Letters; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Lear; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Macbeth; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616....
    • Kean writes to an unknown recipient to plan the dates for his performances at the letter recipient's theatre. Kean lists family members and two actors who will be in attendance. He ends with a list of suggested plays to be performed which include...
    • Dion Boucicault letter

    • Boucicault, Dion, 1820-1890; Embossing (Printing); Letters; Actors
    • Boucicault writes on unknown date and year from Lower Gore, Kensington to an unknown correspondent discussing acting arrangements with "Mr. Harris" and "Mr. Webster." Boucicault also mentions that he will pay the correspondent's account if the...
    • Dion Boucicault letter

    • Boucicault, Dion, 1820-1890; Letters; Embossing (Printing); Signatures (Writing); Books;
    • Boucicault writes on an unknown date and year, from 20 East 15th St., New York, to an unknown correspondent to inform him of Boucicault's April trip to Boston and suggest a meeting at which point they will discuss the correspondent's previous...
    • William Etty letter to W. C. Macready

    • Etty, William, 1787-1849; Macready, William Charles, 1793-1873; Invitation; Letters; Embossing (Printing)
    • William Etty writes W. C. Macready declining an invitation because he is pressed for time and says he will not be going to see "Coriolanus." W. C. Macready probably refers to William Charles Macready. The letter contains an embossing.
    • Dion Boucicault letter

    • Boucicault, Dion, 1820-1890; Boucicault, Dion, 1859-1929; Letters; Fathers; Sons; Signatures (Writing); Plays; Critique; Embossing (Printing)
    • Boucicault writes on unknown date and year from 16 New Burlington Street, W. to his son, Dion G. Boucicault, about a play that Dion G. Boucicault had written, given to the elder by "Mr. Claremont." Boucicault the elder critiques the unnamed play...
    • C. Stanfield letter to Mrs. Macready

    • Stanfield, Clarkson, 1793-1867; Macready, William Charles, 1793-1873; Health; Imitation in art; Performances; Letters; Embossing (Printing)
    • C. Stanfield writes Mrs. Macready informing her of his wife's health and asks that she accept portfolios of imitations of his last year's sketches. Stanfield rejoices in the success of "Coriolanus" and asks that she send his regards to her...
    • H. L. Bulwer letter to Mr. Macready

    • Dalling and Bulwer, Henry Lytton Bulwer, Baron, 1801-1872; Macready, William Charles, 1793-1873; Tickets; Christmas; Letters; Embossing (Printing)
    • H. L. Bulwer writes Mr. Macready on Christmas day, thanking him for his letter and ticket, and and sends his well-wishes for the new year. Mr. Macready probably refers to William Charles Macready. The letter contains an embossing. The letter is...
    • John Baldwin Buckstone letter, 1871 January 10

    • Buckstone, John Baldwin, 1802-1879; Embossing (Printing); Signatures (Writing); Genest, John, 1764-1839; Bath (England); Kean, Edmund, 1787-1833; Baillie, Joanna, 1762-1851; Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London, England); Kent (England); Bell, W. L....
    • Buckstone writes to W.L. Bell, Esq. from Theatre Royal Haymarket, London, concerning "Some account of the English stage" and some information that book provided about the actor Edmund Kean's first appearance in "Revenge," a play by Joanna Baillie....
    • Dion Boucicault letter, undated

    • Boucicault, Dion, 1820-1890; Merivale, Herman Charles, 1839-1906; Copyrights; Plays; Adelphi Theatre (London, England); Embossing (Printing); Watermarks; Signatures (Writing)
    • Dion Boucicault writes to playwright Herman Charles Merivale about a copyright dispute regarding Merivale's play, "Forget-me-Not." Boucicault is outraged over an article in the Times that justified Lucy Ward's production in London. According to...
    • Ellen Kean letter to Martha Tree

    • Embossing (Printing); Envelopes (Stationery); Ice on rivers, lakes, etc.; Kean, Ellen, 1805-1880; Letters; Passenger ships; Seals (Closures); Signatures (Writing); Street addresses; Tree, Miss
    • Ellen Kean writes to her sister Martha, called "Hetty" in the letter, to give her updates on her travel to Pittsburg then Cincinnati. Ellen tells Martha of their current situation in which the ship on which she is a passenger is trapped by the ice...
    • Ellen Kean letter to Mrs. Talfourd

    • Children; Diseases; Embossing (Printing); Gardens; Gossip; Letters; Performances; Sealing-wax; Signatures (Writing)
    • Ellen Kean writes a casual letter to a Mrs. Talfourd about various topics which include her children's illness, the landscape of Wardie Brae, the Surrey Zoological Garden, theatre business, and London gossip. First page contains two separate parts...
    • Alfred Wigan letter, 1854 January 28

    • Wigan, Alfred, 1814-1878; Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868; Checks; Letters; Embossing (Printing); Watermarks
    • Alfred Wigan writes an unnamed correspondent acknowledging the receipt of two checks and says he is glad to hear of "a good account of Mr. Kean." The page 4 scan was rotated 90 degrees clockwise. The letter contains an embossing and watermarks. ...
    • Charles Kean letter

    • Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868; Drawing; Lear, King (Legendary character); Letters; Embossing (Printing); Watermarks
    • Charles Kean writes an unnamed correspondent asking him for scenic sketches of "King Lear" for his book. The unnamed correspondent may be his scene designer, Mr. Lloyds. The letter contains an embossing and watermarks.
    • C. Kean letter, 1854 August 10

    • Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868; Travel; Letters; Embossing (Printing)
    • C. Kean writes an unnamed correspondent saying that he is off to Paris and that he has enclosed an item that he found while destroying old papers and letters. C. Kean refers to Charles Kean. The letter contains an embossing. The letter contains...

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