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    • Duke of Windsor

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    • Checked tweed suit has shirt cuffs, covered buttons, pleated front high waist of satin instead of a band to give a slimming effect. The Duke of Windsor is considered among the very best dressed men in the world during his lifetime (Scholte of...
    • Robert G. Farritor family, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • livestock sod buildings sidesaddle riding windmills horses cattle swine sod houses agricultural buildings
    • Identified from left to right: Lizzie Wells (a visiting neighbor); Mary, Hennie, Robert J., Frank, Michael, Nora, Will, Anne holding Alice, and Robert G. Ferritor. About the Picture of the Robert Garrett Farritor Homestead - Custer Co. Nebraska...
    • Once in a Lifetime

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    • The satirical comedy focuses on the effect talking pictures have on the entertainment industry. When the New York vaudevillian team of Jerry Hyland, May Daniels, and George Lewis find themselves in a faltering vaudeville act, they decide to head...
    • Augustin Daly

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    • John Augustin Daly was one of the most influential men in American theatre during his lifetime. Drama critic, theatre manager, playwright, and adapter, he became the first recognized stage director in America. He exercised a fierce and tyrannical...
    • Sardanapalus

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    • Elaborate setting for Byron's Sardanapalus, The Hall of Nimrud, designed by F. Lloyds for Charles Kean in the 1850s. Byron intended his play as a closet piece, writing that it was 'expressly written not for the theatre.' His wishes were respected...
    • Augustin Daly

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    • John Augustin Daly was one of the most influential men in American theatre during his lifetime. Drama critic, theatre manager, playwright, and adapter, he became the first recognized stage director in America. He exercised a fierce and tyrannical...
    • Sardanapalus

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    • Elaborate setting for Byron's Sardanapalus, The Hall of Nimrud, designed by F. Lloyds for Charles Kean in the 1850s. Byron intended his play as a closet piece, writing that it was 'expressly written not for the theatre.' His wishes were respected...
    • Sardanapalus

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    • Mrs. Charles Kean as Myrrha in Sardanapalus, 1853. Byron intended his play as a closet piece, writing that it was 'expressly written not for the theatre.' His wishes were respected during his own lifetime, but in January 1834 a French translation,...
    • Panoramic view of London

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    • Drawing this map in Shakespeare's lifetime, Visscher added interest to our problem of whether the Globe was a wooden 'O' or a polygon by putting it where the Rose actually stood
    • Shakespeare's London

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    • Drawing this map in Shakespeare's lifetime, Visscher added interest to our problem of whether the Globe was a wooden 'O' or a polygon by putting it where the Rose actually stood

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