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    • David Ross as Hamlet

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    • Zoffany's portrait is a memorial to the stiff, declamatory style of delivery favored in the British theatre during the first half of the 18th century, when an unrelieved stateliness of manner and deportment was the goal of every tragic actor. In...
    • Mat Brule

    • Brule, Mat; Goats
    • Written on back of the image in George P. Cather's hand: "Left Mat Brule, one of F.W. Cather's hired men and my old Billy Goat. 1918 -George P. Cather." The two men stand in snow, and each grasps the horns of the goat between them with one hand.
    • Man's shoulder cloth (Kabney)

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    • Worn by Bhutanese men, a kabney indicates the position or rank of the wearer through the color of the shawl. Traditionally the shoulder cloth is worn over the left shoulder and draped to the right hip. Woven in three panels of red and white, this...
    • Print: ""Scene in a Play""

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    • Woodcut print: ""Scene in a Play."" In a room with numerous boxes stored on shelves, a woman sits on the floor. Her left arm is extended as her right hand holds her kimono sleeve to her shoulder. The man seated beside her holds her arm and heats an...
    • Print: 'Rabbits and Maple Tree'

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    • Woodcut print. Sumizuri-e woodblock print with maple leaves and rabbits. The print depicts two rabbits in maple leaves designed all over the image. Block printed title ""Shijaku"" (Autumnal Serene) on left upper corner, signed with pencil...
    • Print: 'Masks #3'

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    • Woodcut print. Abstract monochrome print of three masks. The print depicts three heads at different angles, inside of the heaqd are stripes simulating wood grain on paper in light brown with green hue. Japanese inscription by artist ""Mask,""...
    • Print: Woman in blue kimono

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    • Woodblock print. Original print of a woman in a blue kimono standing in geta sandals and looking out of the picture to her left. In her one hand she holds up the long folds of her kimono and with the other she tucks a letter into her obi. Under her...
    • moccasins, pr. adult

    • moccasins
    • women's, fully beaded upper & sides, inverted triangle "hoof" motif colors predominantly light blue w/pink and dark blue blocks which line up to form the inverted triangle. Also dark blue, green, yellow, and red. Three tubular beaded thongs...
    • Willow Shade

    • Willow Shade; Cather, Charles Fectigue, 1848-1928; Cather, Mary Virginia (Jennie) Boak, 1850-1931; Clutter, Webb; Cather, Willa, 1873-1947; Cather, William, 1823-1887; Clutter, Alverna Cather, 1850-1883; Cather, Alfretta Catherine, 1850-1874; Ayre,...
    • Willow Shade, the home built by Cather's grandfather William Cather near Gore, Virginia. On the steps are William and his wife Caroline; in the foreground are several individuals, including a man lying on the ground next to a young girl, which may...
    • Shakespearean actors

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    • William Kemp, the comedian, left Shakespeare's company in a huff and danced a justification of himself from London to Norwich ; he was replaced by (right) a more subtle comic, Robert Armin
    • Shakespearean actors

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    • William Kemp, the comedian, left Shakespeare's company in a huff and danced a justification of himself from London to Norwich ; he was replaced by (right) a more subtle comic, Robert Armin
    • Willa and William Cather in sheep barn

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947; Cather, William, 1823-1887; Willow Shade; Cather, Charles Fectigue, 1848-1928; Cather, George Perry, 1847-1938; Barns
    • Willa Cather with her grandfather, William Cather, in the sheep barn at his farm in Willow Shade (top left window). Two of the windows also have men standing in them, possibly Charles Cather, Willa's father, and George Cather, Willa's uncle.
    • Willa Cather and Hesperian staff

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947; Oberlies, L.C.; Lord, Harry S.; Stroman, Charles F.; McMullen, Adam; Fisher, G. Frank; Miller, Schuyler W.; Talmadge, Chester G.; Pizey, Paul; Strode, Edmond
    • Willa Cather while student at the University of Nebraska in a group photo of the Hesperian staff. The Hesperian was the campus literary magazine, and Cather was a staff member in 1892 and 1893. Pictured are, from left: (back row) L.C. Oberlies,...

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