C. A. Muller actors portraits circa 1870-1897

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C. A. Muller actors portraits, circa 1870-1897

C. A. Muller actors portraits circa 1870-1897

Watercolor portraits of actors by C. A. Muller, signed by many of the actors and dedicated to John W. Albaugh.

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