Autograph letter signed from Rhea to Moy Thomas [manuscript], 19th century.


Autograph letter signed from Rhea to Moy Thomas [manuscript], 19th century.

Discusses her performance of Beatrice; she also writes that she hopes to become a worthy interpreter of Shakespeare's heroines. Letter addressed to the Editor of the Daily news. Addressed from 38 Bedford Place.

2 leaves ; 27 x 22 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7332005

Folger Shakespeare Library

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