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  • Artist: Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
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    • Accordion Player, 1904

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (dated 1904) of an accordion player. Artist P. W. Costello donated this drawing for a fundraiser at Holy Cross Parish in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
    • Accordion
    • Edwin Adams

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink portrait (undated) and short biography of American stage actor Edwin Adams (1834-1877). Adams was best known for his versatility in playing a variety of comedic and Shakespearean roles with Edwin Booth's company. Accompanied by an...
    • Adams, Edwin
    • Maude Adams as Peter Pan, 1905

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink portrait (dated 1905) of American actress Maude Adams (1872-1953) in her most popular role as Peter Pan, which she first performed in 1905 at the Empire Theatre in New York City. Her income reached one million dollars that year. Adams...
    • Adams, Maude
    • Maude Adams as Lady Babbie, ca. 1905

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink portrait (dated ca. 1905) of American stage actress Maude Adams (1872-1953) as Lady Babbie in 'The Little Minister.' Adams performed in a revival of the play in Scranton (Pa.) in 1905, likely the same year that the portrait was drawn....
    • Adams, Maude
    • Maude Adams as Phoebe Throssell, 1912

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Autographed pen and ink portrait (dated ca. 1912) of American actress Maude Adams (1872-1953) as Phoebe Throssell in J. M. Barrie's 'Quality Street,' a role she played at the Lyceum Theatre (Scranton, Pa.) in 1901. Adams autographed the drawing...
    • Adams, Maude
    • Gettysburg Address engrossing, 1928

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Color engrossing (dated 1928) by artist P. W. Costello. The engrossing depicts the text of Abraham Lincoln's 1863 Gettysburg Address. The work was a gift from the artist to his son, Jerry Costello.
    • Address at Gettysburg, 1928
    • P. W. Costello advertisement, 1906

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Advertisement (dated 1906) for P. W. Costello's business as an engrosser, designer and portrait artist. In 1906, Costello printed the ad on a small card for distribution to prospective clients. At the time, his studio was located in the Trader's...
    • Advertisement, 1906
    • P. W. Costello advertisement, 1912

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Advertisement (dated June 1912) for P. W. Costello's business as an engrosser, designer and portrait artist.
    • Advertisement, 1912
    • P. W. Costello and Son, 1924

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Advertising card (dated 1924) designed by artist P. W. Costello, announcing that his son Joseph W. Costello had joined his engrossing and illuminating business. The card was distributed to friends and clients who came to the Costello studio, which...
    • Advertisement, 1924
    • Reese G. Brooks album pages, 1907

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Published reproductions of pages from a memorial album (dated 1907) engrossed by artist P. W. Costello. The album depicts memorial resolutions adopted at a June 13, 1907 meeting of the Board of Directors of the Dime Deposit and Discount Bank of...
    • Album - Brooks, Reese G, 1907
    • Edward Baker Sturges album, 1919

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Reproductions of pages from a 1919 memorial album engrossed by artist P. W. Costello. The album includes memorial resolutions adopted at an April 10, 1919 meeting of the Board of Trustees and the Board of Directors of the Young Men's Christian...
    • Album, Sturges, Edward Baker, Scranton YMCA Testimonial, Apr 10 1919
    • William H. Taft album, 1911

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Photograph of two pages in an album of engrossings (dated 1911) by artist P. W. Costello. In December 1911, a committee from the Irish-American Society of Lackawanna County (Pa.) presented this album to President William H. Taft at the White House...
    • Album, Taft, William H., 1915
    • Viola Allen as Glory Quayle, ca. 1901

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Autographed pen and ink drawing (dated ca. 1901) of American stage and silent film actress Viola Allen (1867-1948) as Glory Quayle in 'The Christian,' a role she created. Allen performed in Scranton, Pennsylvania four times between 1901 and 1911....
    • Allen, Viola
    • Scranton Republican Almanac (cover), 1896

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Front cover for the 1896 Scranton Republican Almanac, lettered and illustrated by artist P. W. Costello.
    • Almanac - Cover, Scranton Republican Almanac, 1896
    • American School of Art and Photography Diploma, 1906

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Diploma (dated September 1906) from the American School of Art and Photography, certifying that Elizabeth Thompson of Carbondale (Pa.) had successfully completed a correspondence course in Retouching. The lettering on the diploma was completed by...
    • American School of Art and Photography Diploma, 1906
    • Mary Anderson as Juliet

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of stage and silent film actress Mary Anderson (1859-1940) as Juliet, a role she first played at Louisville's Macauley Theatre in 1875. Anderson performed in England and in the U.S. In 1887 in London, she appeared in...
    • Anderson, Mary
    • Margaret Anglin

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Canadian-born actress, director and producer Margaret Anglin (1876-1958).
    • Anglin, Margaret
    • Margaret Anglin in 'Lady Dedlock'

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Canadian-born actress, director and producer Margaret Anglin (1876-1958) in 'Lady Dedlock,' a romantic melodrama first staged in 1928. The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Anglin, Margaret
    • Margaret Anglin in 'The Great Divide'

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Canadian actress, director and producer Margaret Anglin (1876-1958) in 'The Great Divide.' The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Anglin, Margaret
    • Maclyn Arbuckle in 'The County Chairman'

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink portrait (undated, ca. 1904) of American stage and film actor Maclyn Arbuckle (1866-1931) as Honorable Jim Hackler in 'The County Chairman,' a comic role he played in Scranton, Pennsylvania in December 1905 at the Lyceum Theatre. He...
    • Arbuckle, Maclyn

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