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  • Subject: autographs
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    • 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
    • Elsie Ferguson

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Elsie Louise Ferguson (1883-1961), American stage and film actress. Ferguson's association with top producers, including Charles Frohman, Charles Dillingham and Henry B. Harris, hastened her rise to Hollywood...
    • Ferguson, Elsie
    • Ernesto Rossi as Hamlet

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Italian actor and playwright Ernesto Rossi (1827-1896) as Hamlet. Rossi was known for his Shakespearean roles. He also authored several plays, including 'Adele,' featuring Adelaide Ristori, the great Italian...
    • Rossi, Ernesto
    • Eva Le Gallienne

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of English stage actress, producer and director Eva Le Gallienne (1899-1991). As a young girl living in Paris, Le Gallienne saw Sarah Bernhardt perform and then met Bernhardt backstage, an experience that changed her...
    • Le Gallienne, Eva
    • Florence Reed

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of stage, film and television actress Florence Reed (1883-1967). Stage highlights included 'The Lullaby,' 'The Yellow Ticket' and 'The Shanghai Gesture.' Her silent film years began in 1915. In 1934, Reed brought a...
    • Reed, Florence
    • Florence Rockwell as Lady Macbeth

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American stage and film actress Florence Rockwell (1887-1964) as Lady Macbeth. Rockwell was best known for silent films, 'Body and Soul' (1915), 'He Fell in Love with His Wife' (1916) and 'The Purple Night' (1915)....
    • Rockwell, Florence
    • Frances Starr

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Frances Starr (1886-1973), American stage, film and television actress. The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Starr, Frances
    • Francis Wilson, as Gadeaux

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American stage actor Francis Wilson (1854-1935). Wilson was born in Philadelphia, where he got his start in minstrel shows. He was best known for comic and comic opera roles. The drawing is accompanied by an...
    • Wilson, Francis
    • Genevieve Ward as Lady Macbeth

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American-born soprano and actress Genevieve Teresa Ward (1837-1922) in the role of Lady Macbeth. Early in her childhood, Ward and her parents moved to England, where she spent her entire singing and acting career....
    • Ward, Genevieve
    • 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
    • Maclyn Arbuckle in 'The County Chairman,' 1904

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Autographed pen and ink portrait (dated 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....
    • Arbuckle, Maclyn
    • Lawrence Barrett as Hamlet

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American stage actor Lawrence Barrett (1838-1891) in the role of Hamlet. He performed with towering figures in the profession, including Edwin Booth, Helena Modjeska and John McCullough. The drawing is accompanied...
    • Barrett, Lawrence
    • Lynn Fontanne in 'Pygmalion'

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American actress Lynn Fontanne (1887-1983) in the role of Eliza Doolittle in Shaw's 'Pygmalion.' The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Fontanne, Lynn
    • John Martin Harvey as Richard III

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of English actor Sir John Martin Harvey (1863-1944), in the role of Richard III. The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • Harvey, John Martin
    • John McCullough as Othello

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Irish actor John McCullough (1837-1885) as Othello. In 1883, he performed in Scranton (Pa.) in the lead role of Virginius. The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • McCullough, John
    • John McCullough as Virginius

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of Irish actor John McCullough (1837-1885) as Virginius, a lead role he performed in Scranton (Pa.) in 1883. The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card.
    • McCullough, John
    • John Philip Sousa, 1899

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink portrait (dated 1899) of John Philip Sousa (1854-1932), American composer and conductor who led the United States Marine Band. Sousa was famous for composing rousing marches, including 'The Stars and Stripes Forever' (1896) and 'The...
    • Sousa, John Philip
    • Johnston Forbes-Robertson

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Autographed pen and ink drawing (undated) of English actor and theatre manager Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson (1853-1937). He was best known for his portrayal of Hamlet. In 1915, he appeared in Scranton (Pa.) in 'The Passing of the Third Floor Back'...
    • Forbes-Robertson, Johnston
    • Joseph Haworth as Hamlet

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American actor Joseph Haworth (1855-1903) in the role of Hamlet. The drawing is accompanied by an autograph card, signed by Haworth in 1903.
    • Haworth, Joseph
    • Joseph Jefferson

    • Costello, P. W., 1866-1935
    • Pen and ink drawing (undated) of American comedic actor Joseph Jefferson (1829-1905). Jefferson played Rip Van Winkle at Klein's Opera House during his first Scranton (Pa.) appearance in 1874. The role was written for him by Irish playwright, Dion...
    • Jefferson, Joseph

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