William Gillette and others in the play Diplomacy [graphic], 1915.


Dennis,. William Gillette and others in the play Diplomacy [graphic], 1915.

William Gillette and others in the play Diplomacy [graphic], 1915.

One charcoal portrait of William Gillette and one pen and ink drawing of Gillette and other actors in the 1914 revival of the play Diplomacy.

2 drawings : b&w ; 52 cm. x 45 cm. and smaller.

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