Photographs featuring 19th-century theatrical groups, companies, productions, and related personalities, 1870-1893.


Photographs featuring 19th-century theatrical groups, companies, productions, and related personalities, 1870-1893.

Photographs of 19th-century theatrical companies, personalities, and productions.

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