Harriet L. Lagowitz autograph albums, 1877-1890.


Lagowitz, Harriet L., fl. 1877-1890. Harriet L. Lagowitz autograph albums, 1877-1890.

Harriet L. Lagowitz autograph albums, 1877-1890.

Collection consists of two bound autograph albums and ca. 80 envelopes, which offer a representative sampling of leading American actors and actresses of the nineteenth century.

2 albums, 80 envelopes.

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