Mary Hamilton letters Hamilton (Mary) letters 1905-1926

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Mary Hamilton letters, Hamilton (Mary) letters, 1905-1926

Mary Hamilton letters Hamilton (Mary) letters 1905-1926

The Mary Hamilton letters contain fourteen letters to or about Mary Hamilton, an actress on the British, Canadian and American stage, covering a period of two decades, from 1905 to 1926. Seven letters from George Bernard Shaw are included.

0.25 linear ft. (half Hollinger document case)

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