Copy of Romeo and Juliet, or the new gentlemen of Verona [manuscript], 1867 February 7.

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Craig, Robert H., 1842-1872. Copy of Romeo and Juliet, or the new gentlemen of Verona [manuscript], 1867 February 7.

Copy of Romeo and Juliet, or the new gentlemen of Verona [manuscript], 1867 February 7.

Stuart Robson's autograph copy of Robert H. Craig's "lovely burleque written expressly for Stuart Robson." Dated: Phila., Feb. 7th, 1867.

28 leaves ; 26 x 21 cm.

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Robson, Stuart, 1836-1903

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Craig, Robert H., 1842-1872

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