Autograph letters signed from Dame Ellen Terry to various recipients [manuscript], 1867-1918.

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Terry, Ellen, Dame, 1847-1928,. Autograph letters signed from Dame Ellen Terry to various recipients [manuscript], 1867-1918.

Autograph letters signed from Dame Ellen Terry to various recipients [manuscript], 1867-1918.

Some items undated. Correspondents include: Janet (Achurch) Charrington, Arthur Croxton, A. Daly, H.H. Furness, Wm. Heinemann, Chas. Hiatt, Alexis Hollaender, J.W. Jarvis, John La Frage, John Lane, Julian Magnus, Mortimer Menpes, Thomas Mosher, Ada Rehan, Olive Seward, Abraham Stoker, Elizabeth Winter, William Winter, Wm. Jefferson Winter and others. Many of the letters refer to Henry Irving and their partnership at the Lyceum Theatre. In (100) to William Winter, Lady Terry discusses her interpretation of Lady Macbeth. With the letter to Mr. Jarvis (33) is a draft of his reply. (113) to Winter also includes a copy of his answer.

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