Carte de visite theatrical souvenir album for the one hundredth performance of "The Two Orphans", 1875.

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Sarony, Napoleon, 1821-1896. Carte de visite theatrical souvenir album for the one hundredth performance of "The Two Orphans", 1875.

Carte de visite theatrical souvenir album for the one hundredth performance of "The Two Orphans", 1875.

The collection consists of a carte de visite theatrical souvenir album for the one hundredth performance of "The Two Orphans" at the Union Square Theatre, Saturday evening, March 27, 1875. The album, in green tooled leather, with metal clasp, contains twelve original cartes of some of the major performers. Included in the cast were Charles R. Thorne, John Parselle, Stuart Robson, McKee Rankin, Kate Claxton, Maude Granger, Kate Holland, and others. The photographs were taken by Sarony and the label on the inside front cover reads "Sarony Dramatic Tableaux 1875." The album measures 5" x 4" x 1".

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Granger, Maude, 1850 or 1851-1928

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Robson, Stuart, 1836-1903

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Stuart Robson (born Henry Robson Stuart), 1836-1903, actor, successful comedian; played "Bertie the Lamb" in "The Henrietta;" teamed up with W.H. Crane, 1877-1889. From the description of Letter to Roy S. Baker, 1898 December 7. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 57240143 ...

Thorne, Charles Robert, 1840-1883

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Rankin, McKee, 1844-1914

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Sarony, Napoléon 1821-1896

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Artist and photographer. From the description of Napoleon Sarony correspondence, 1883. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980397 ...

Ennery, Adolphe ˜d'œ 1811-1899

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Cormon, Eugène, 1810-1903

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Parselle, John, 1820-1885

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Claxton, Kate, 1848-1924

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Kate Claxton was a popular American actress, and was even called the American Sarah Bernhardt. She began her career in Chicago, and later played in stock companies in New York, mostly in comedy and melodrama. She created a sensation in the role of Louise in The Two Orphans, touring widely in the part and becoming a household name. She was onstage at the time of the tragic Brooklyn Theatre Fire in 1876. She was married to actor Charles A. Stevenson from 1878-1911. The city of Claxton, Georgia, wa...

Holland, Kate C., -approximately 1876

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