Autograph letters signed and telegrams from Sir Henry Irving to various recipients [manuscript], 1860-1904.


Irving, Henry, Sir, 1838-1905,. Autograph letters signed and telegrams from Sir Henry Irving to various recipients [manuscript], 1860-1904.

Autograph letters signed and telegrams from Sir Henry Irving to various recipients [manuscript], 1860-1904.

Some items undated. Some of the letters are in the hands of Abraham Stoker and Louis Austin. Correspondents include: John Copeland Buckstone, Lady Gertrude (Blood) Campbell, Wm. Boyd Carpenter, Luigi Palma Di Cesnola, Hugh Boswell Chapman, Henry Savile Clarke, Viscountess Isabel (Chetwynd) Poole Combermere, Edward Compton, Augustin Daly, Frederick Gard Fleay, Charles Edward Flower, Lord Ronald Charles Gower, James Wyllie Guild, Lady Mary Anne (MacDowell) Hardy, William Heinemann, Henry Herman, Mrs. Hill, John William Jarvis, William Ramage Lawson, Justin M'Carthy, Allan Marquand, Francis Albert Marshall, Sarah (Edwards) Nast, Thomas Nast, Howard Paul, Edmund Routledge, George Routledge, George Shea, Daniel Edgar Sickles, Thomas Robert Slicer, George Alfred Stringer, Howard Malcolm Ticknor, Samuel Timmins, John Lawrence Toole, Edmund Hart Turpin, John Lester Wallack, Lewis Waller, Charles Dudley Warner, Elizabeth (Campbell) Winter, William Winter and others.

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