J. Willis Sayre collection of theatrical photographs, circa 1870-1955  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Collector
Sayre, J. Willis (James Willis), 1877-1963
Title
J. Willis Sayre collection of theatrical photographs
Dates
circa 1870-1955 (inclusive)
1900-1955 (bulk)
Quantity
24,293 photographic prints (145 boxes) ; various sizes
Collection Number
PH0200
Summary
Photographs of performers collected by J. Willis Sayre
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Entire collection can be viewed on the Libraries’ Digital Collections website. Permission of Visual Materials Curator required to view originals. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

James Willis Sayre (1877-1963) was one of the most influential figures in conserving and writing about theater and dance in Seattle. His connection with Seattle theatrical enterprises started during high school circa 1891when he found a job folding programs at the Seattle Opera House. In 1898, Sayre joined the First Washington Volunteers and fought in the Philippines during the Spanish American War. After the war, Sayre probably returned to work for John Cort, for whom he had worked previously. Sayre married Pearl Myrtle Shackelford in 1904, and the couple had one daughter, Elinore Pearl.

Sayre made his way into theatrical publicity work and into theatre criticism seemingly concurrently, a potential conflict of interest which does not seem to have interfered with the success of his career but may certainly have influenced his work in both professional spheres. Sayre did publicity work for many Seattle area theatres, including the Grand Opera House, the Seattle Theatre, the Lyceum, the Palm Garden, the Second Avenue Orpheum, the Star, the Alhambra, the Majestic, the Mission, Liberty, the Fifth Avenue, the Coliseum, the Rex, the Strand, the Pantages and the Blue Mouse. Most of these theatres booked vaudeville and theatre productions before the advent of silent films, and some booked both live and film productions afterwards. Sayre worked as a theatre critic for The Argusbeginning in 1907, then the Seattle Starfrom 1909, and the Seattle Daily Times(the currently existing Seattle Times). He was also manager of the Seattle Symphony for a time, beginning in 1908. In circa 1919, Sayre gave up his journalism career to work as a publicity man and to write books, screenplays and stage plays. In 1936, Sayre began theatre criticism again at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, where he stayed until his retirement in 1954. In 1959, Sayre and his wife moved to Santa Cruz, California where he died in 1963.

Sayre collected theatre programs and publicity stills of performers throughout his long career. The Town Crierestimated that Sayre owned more autographed portraits of actors, actresses, child performers, singers, dancers, musicians, comedians and acrobats than any other man in the United States. Using this collection, he compiled indices and other works that serve as notable resources for Seattle theatrical history research.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection consists of more than 24,000 photographs of theater, vaudeville performers, and musicians who performed in Seattle between about 1900 and 1955 (some of the materials date back to the 1870s). The collector was J. Willis Sayre: drama critic, journalist, promoter. The chief value of the Sayre photograph collection is that it is strongest for the little-studied period when Seattle had a prominent place in the development of vaudeville, between 1905 and 1914. John Cort, Sullivan and Considine, and Alexander Pantages all operated out of Seattle, and the Sayre collection includes not only the expected thousands of publicity photographs from New York photographers, but also hundreds done in Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco. Photographers noted: Apeda Studio, Bachrach, Ernest Baker Art Gallery, Bloom, Bud Fraker, Bushnell, Davies, De Mirjian, Hall, Hartsook, James and Bushnell, Kirkland, Korman, Murray Kriegsman, Lucas-Pritchard, Marceau, Matzene, Mishkin, Herman Moffett Studio, Mojonier, Moon and Willis, Gabriel Moulin Studio, Paralata, Pierson and Company, Rembrandt Studio, Romaine, Sarony, Seymour, Maurice Six, Bert Terkelson and Henry Vandamn Studio, Welbourne, Witzel.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

In a 1980s project, the Sayre collection photographs were indexed, the information entered in a database, and the images saved on an optical videodisc. In 2012, Special Collections received funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) to digitize the photographs according to current standards; as a result, the photographs in this collection are available for viewing in digital format.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

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Restrictions on Use

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Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

A series (Actors)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
item
A-1
 Fred Astaire
John Miehle (photographer)
1937
A-2 1926
A-3 1922
A-4 1928
A-5 1926
A-6 1924
A-7 1923
A-8 - A-10 1919, 1923, 1931
A-11
 Grace La Pine, vaudeville dancer
Walters (photographer)
1930
A-12 - A-13 1921, 1926
A-14 1921
A-15 1922
A-16 1919
A-17 1924
A-18 1924
A-19 1921
A-20 1922
A-21 1920
A-22 1922
A-23 1921
A-24 1925
A-25 1933
A-26
 Fred Astaire and Adele Astaire
Hal Phyfe (photographer)
A-27
 Dancers Winifred and Audrey Chettle
Curt Fox (photographer)
Appeared in the Fanchon and Marco 'Prosperity' Idea.
1931
A-28
 Denishawn Dancers
Putnam Valentine (photographer)
1918
A-29 1923
A-30
 Emile and Romaine, acrobatic dance team
Paralta (photographer)
Acrobatic dance team who appeared in Fanchon and Marco's 'Jazz Buccaneers' Idea.
1929
A-31
 Fanchon and Marco's stage review chorus
Paralta (photographer)
1928
A-32 1929
A-33 1928
A-34 1927

F Series (Flashlight Photographs)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
item
F-A-1
 The New York cast of The Alaskan
White (photographer)
The play, written by Seattle residents Joe Blethen and Harry Girard, opened Dec. 28, 1907 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1907
F-A-2
 A scene fromAlphonse and Gaston
Byron (photographer)
January 1914
F-A-3
 The cast ofAn American Lordincluding Charles B. Hanford and Marie Drofnah
The play ran at the Moore Theatre, Seattle, February 24-26, 1910.
February 24-26, 1910
Antony and Cleopatra
The play opened Mar. 6, 1908 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
item
F-A-4
 Cleopatra and her women
Deane (photographer)
1908
F-A-5 1908
item
F-A-6 September, 1911
Arizona
The play opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, March 31, 1902.
item
F-A-7 1902
F-A-8
 Scene from the last act
Includes Agnes Muir, Edith Lemmert, John Burley [sp?], Alma Bradley, Frank Campeau, Charles E. Graham, Dustin Farnum, John Cope, and Eleanor Wilton.
1902
F-A-9 1902
F-A-10 1902
F-A-11 1902
F-A-12 1902
F-A-13
 Scene
Hall (photographer)
1902
At Yale
The playAt Yale, played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, February 24-25, 1907.
item
F-A-14
 Paul Gilmore inAt Yale
White (photographer)
1907
F-A-15 1907
item
F-A-16
 A scene fromThe AuctioneerIncluding David Warfield and Marie Bates
The Auctioneerplayed at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, January 18-20, 1903.
January, 1903
Babes In Toyland
The operetta opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle April 8, 1906.
item
F-B-1 April, 1906
F-B-2
 Birth of the Butterflies scene
Byron (photographer)
1906
F-B-3
 Scene fromBabes In Toyland
Byron (photographer)
1906
item
F-B-4
 A scene fromBabette in the Nest
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, on Aug. 19, 1906.
1906
F-B-5
 A scene fromBaby Mineincluding actors Walter Jones and Gilda Veresi
White (photographer)
Opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, Oct. 8, 1911.
1911
F-B-6
 Mr. James Neill and Company in a scene fromBarbara Frietchie
Byron (photographer)
The play opened at the Grand Opera House Jan. 26, 1902.
1902
F-B-7
 Mrs. Fiske in a scene from Act IV of Becky Sharp
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, July 24, 1910
1910
F-B-8
 Scene from 1903 production ofBen Hur
Byron (photographer)
Ben Hur opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Dec. 7, 1903.
1903
Ben Hur, 1905 production
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Oct. 9, 1905.
item
F-B-9 - F-B-10
 Scene
Byron (photographer)
FB-10 includes Edward Mackay and Henry Woodruff.
1905
F-B-11 1905
F-B-12
 Final scene
Byron (photographer)
1905
F-B-13
 Scene
Hall (photographer)
1905
item
F-B-14
 Scene from 1909 production of Ben Hur
Hall (photographer)
Opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, Jan. 25, 1909.
1909
F-B-15
 A scene from The Billionaire
Opened Dec. 13, 1904 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
F-B-16
 The Black Patti Troubadours
Hall (photographer)
Group appeared at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle, December 1904.
1904
F-B-17
 Scene fromThe Blue Moon
George R. Lawrence Co (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Jan. 2, 1908.
1908
F-B-18
 Scene fromThe Blue Mouse
Opened at the New Alhambra Theater, Seattle, July 18, 1909.
1909
The Bonnie Briar Bush
Opened Oct. 23, 1902 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
F-B-19 1902
F-B-20 1902
F-B-21
 Scene including Reuben Fax (at left)
Byron (photographer)
1902
F-B-22
 Scene with J. H. Stoddard
Byron (photographer)
1902
item
F-B-23
 J.H. Stoddard in scene from 1903 production ofThe Bonnie Briar Bush(at left)
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Dec. 27, 1903.
1903
F-B-24 - F-B-25
 Scenes fromThe Boys of Company B
Opened March 14, 1909 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1909
F-B-26 - F-B-28
 Scenes fromBrewster's Millions
Hall (photographer)
Opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, April 13, 1908.
1908
F-B-29
 Scene fromBrigadier Gerard
George R. Lawrence Co (Photographer)
1906
F-B-30
 Scene fromBrown of Harvardincluding Laura Hope Crews
Opened at the Moore Theater, Jan. 12, 1908.
1908
Bunty Pulls the Strings
The 1912 production opened May 12 at the Moore Theater, Seattle, and the1913 production opened December 15 at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
F-B-31
 A scene with Mabel Stanton
White (photographer)
1912
F-B-32 - F-B-42
 Scenes
White (photographer)
1913
item
F-B-43
 A scene fromBuster Brown
White (photographer)
Opened March 1, 1908, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1908
F-B-44
 A scene fromBy Right of Swordincluding Ralph Shearlin in shirtsleeves
White (photographer)
Opened, Oct.5, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
F-C-1 - F-C-2
 Scene fromCaptain Bobincluding S. Miller Kent (center)
Palmer's (photographer)
Opened Sept. 20, 1903 at the Grand Theater, Seattle.
1903
F-C-3 March, 1906
Captain Jinks
Opened July 1, 1907 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
F-C-4 July 1907
F-C-5 1907
The Case of Becky
Opened at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, June 23, 1913.
item
F-C-6 1913
F-C-7 1913
item
F-C-8
 A scene fromCaught in the Rainincluding William Collier at right
Hall (photographer)
Opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, June 28, 1908.
1908
Chantecler
Opened at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, June 12, 1912.
item
F-C-9 1910
F-C-10 1912
The Chaperons, 1903 and 1905 productions
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Sept. 6, 1903. The 1905 production opened at the Grand Opera House on Sept. 10, 1905.
item
F-C-11
 A scene
Byron (photographer)
1903
F-C-12 - F-C-13
 Scenes
Byron (photographer)
FC12 scene is from Act II.
November 1905
Checkers
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, September 30, 1906.
item
F-C-14 1906
F-C-15 1906
Chicago Grand Opera Company
item
F-C-16
 Performance ofHungarian Dance
Matzene (photographer)
April, 1913
F-C-17
 Performance of Dutch dance
Matzene (photographer)
April, 1913
F-C-18
 Performance ofGrand Divertissement
Matzene (photographer)
April, 1913
item
F-C-19 - F-C-20
 A scene fromChinese Honeymoon
Hall (photographer)
Played at the Grand Theater, Seattle, in January and December of 1904. FC19 includes John Henshaw (with sideburns).
1904
F-C-21 1909
F-C-22
 A scene fromThe Christianincluding E.J. Morgan
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Theater, Seattle, March 19, 1906.
1906
F-C-23
 A scene from Act I ofCingalee
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Theater, March 4, 1907.
February, 1907
The Clansmen
Opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, on Oct. 4, 1908.
item
F-C-24
 Act III, Scene 2
Byron (photographer)
1908
F-C-25
 A scene from Act IV
Byron (photographer)
1908
The College Widow
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Jan. 14, 1906.
item
F-C-26
 A scene including Dorothy Tennant
Hall (photographer)
1906
F-C-27 1906
F-C-28 1906
item
F-C-29
 A scene from Act IV ofThe Comedy of Errorsincluding Stuart Robson  A scene from Act IV ofThe Comedy of Errorsincluding Stuart Robson
A.D. Roth (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, on Nov. 19, 1902.
1902
F-C-30
 Tom Waters and eleven principal actors from Comin' Thro' the Rye
Hall (photographer)
Opened April 4, 1908 at the Moore Theater, Seattle
1908
F-C-31
 A scene from Corianton
Charles A. Libby (photographer)
Opened at the Seattle Theater, Feb. 22, 1903.
1903
The Country Boy
Opened at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, Nov. 19, 1911.
item
F-C-32 1911
F-C-33 1911
item
F-C-34
 A scene from Act II of The Country Girlincluding William Norris (center) and Grace Gresham (on his left)
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, March 4, 1907.
1907
The Country Mouse
Opened on Feb. 12, 1905 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
F-C-35 1905
F-C-36 1905
The County Chairman
Productions opened on October 23, 1904 and Feb. 10, 1907 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
F-C-37 1904
F-C-38 1904
F-C-39 1907
item
F-C-40
 A scene from Cousin Kateincluding Ethel Barrymore
Hall (photographer)
Opened on July 3, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
F-C-41
 A scene from The Cowboy and the Ladyincluding Nat Goodwin (standing), Maxine Elliott, and Gertrude Elliott
Byron (photographer)
Opened on Nov. 15, 1903 at the Seattle Theater.
1903
F-C-42 1905
F-D-1 - F-D-2
 Scene from Daddy Long Legsincluding Byron Beasly and Renee Kelly
White (photographer)
FD2 scene is from Act II.
1915
F-D-3
 A scene from Act I of The Dairy Farm
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Seattle Theater Oct. 4, 1903.
1903
F-D-4 - F-D-6
 A scene including Blanche Bates
Byron (photographer)
Opened February 6, 1905 at the Seattle Theatre.FD5-6 includes Robert Haines; FD 5 includes Armstrong.
1905
F-D-7 - F-D-9
 A scene from David Harumincluding William H. Crane
Byron (photographer)
Opened April 22, 1903 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1903
F-D-10
 A scene from The Dawn of Tomorrowincluding Gertrude Elliott and Sydney Booth
Opened April 2, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1911
F-D-11 - F-D-12
 A scene from The Devil
White (photographer)
Opened Dec. 5, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
F-D-13
 A scene from The Devil's Discipleincluding Henry Miller and Margaret Anglin
Johnson (photographer)
Played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, in Oct. of 1903. Inscribed May 12, 1912.
1903
F-D-14
 A scene from Die Walkure
Hall (photographer)
February 1906
Divorcons
Opened February 3, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
item
F-D-15 - F-D-16 1908
F-D-17 1908
F-D-18 - F-D-19 1908
Dolly Varden
Opened Dec. 3, 1903, at the Grand Opera House and July 21, 1907, at the Grand Theater, Seattle.
item
F-D-20 1903
F-D-21 1903
F-D-22 1907
item
F-D-23 - F-D-24
 A scene from Dream City
Byron (photographer)
March 1908
F-D-25
 A scene from Act III of Du Barryincluding Mrs. Leslie Carter and C.A. Stevenson.
Byron (photographer)
Du Barryopened July 27, 1904, at the Seattle Theater.
1904
F-D-26
 A scene from Act II of The Duelincluding Otis Skinner and Fay Davis
Hall (photographer)
Opened June 13, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
F-E-1 1905
F-E-2
 A scene from Act II of The Education of Mr. Pippincluding Digby Bell in center
Hall (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, on Oct. 7, 1906.
1906
F-E-3
 A scene from The Eternal Cityincluding Sarah Truax and E.J. Morgan
Hall (photographer)
Opened Feb. 21, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
F-E-4 December 1904
Everywoman
Opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, Aug. 18, 1913.
item
F-E-5 - F-E-6
 A scene
White (photographer)
FE6 includes Laura Nelson Hall and H. Cooper Cliffe (at right).
1913
F-E-7
 A scene including Laura Nelson Hall
White (photographer)
May 1915
Fantana
Opened July 7, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
F-F-1 - F-F-2
 A scene
Hall (photographer)
FF1 includes Adele Ritchie (center).
1907
F-F-3 1907
F-F-4 1907
Father and the Boys
Opened Dec. 26, 1909. Scenes include William H. Crane.
item
F-F-5 1909
F-F-6
 A scene
Hall (photographer)
1909
item
F-F-7
 A scene from Fifty Miles from Boston
Hall (photographer)
Opened Sept. 19, 1909, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1909
F-F-8 - F-F-9
 A scene from The Flirting Princess
Kaufmann Weimer & Fabry Co (photographer)
Opened Oct. 22, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. FF8 includes Billy Kent and Eileen Sheridan. FF9 includes H.P. Hill.
1911
F-F-10
 Finale of Act I of Florodoraincluding Edna Wallace Hopper (center)
Byron (photographer)
Opened Oct. 19, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1902
F-F-11
 A scene from The Flower of the Ranch
George R. Lawrence Co (photographer)
Opened Sept. 3, 1911, at the Seattle Theater.
1911
F-F-12
 A scene from Act III of Foxy Quillerincluding Jerome Sykes (center)
Byron (photographer)
Klaw and Erlanger Opera Company production that opened Dec. 7, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1902
The Free Lance
Played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, in April 1907.
item
F-F-13
 A scene including George Schiller
Hallen (photographer)
1907
F-F-14 1907
item
F-F-15
 A scene from The Freedom of Suzanneincluding James M. Brophy and Jane Corcoran
Miner Litho Co (photographer)
Opened Oct. 18, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
F-F-16 - F-F17
 A scene from A Friend of the Family
Bushnell (photographer)
Opened Oct. 9, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
The Garden of Allah
A Liebler and Company production.
item
F-G-1 December 1911
F-G-2 December 1911
F-G-3 December 1911
The Genius
Opened May 2, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
F-G-4
 A scene from Act I
Byron (photographer)
Includes Nat Goodwin, Edna Goodrich, Robert Paton Gibbs, Neil O'Brien.
1907
F-G-5
 Finale of Act I
Byron (photographer)
Includes Nat Goodwin, Neil O'Brien, and Robert Paton Gibbs.
1907
item
F-G-6
 A scene from A Gentleman of Franceincluding Kyrle Bellew at right
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Seattle Theater, Oct. 18, 1903.
1904
F-G-7 - F-G-9
 Scene from A Girl From Dixie
Byron (photographer)
Opened May 15, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
FG7 includes Charles Bower and Lou Middelton. FG9 includes Irene Bentley (center).
1904
F-G-10 - F-G-11
 A scene from The Girl from Rectors
Hall (photographer)
Opened Aug. 1, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
F-G-12
 A scene from the play The Girl of the Golden West
Includes Blanche Bates, Robert Hilliard, and Frank Keenan.
1909
F-G-13
 "The Poker Game" scene from Act II of Puccini's grand opera The Girl of the Golden West
White (photographer)
Opened Jan. 28, 1912, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1912
F-G-14 - F-G-15
 A scene from Girls
Hall (photographer)
Opened Aug. 27, 1909, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle.
1909
F-G-16 1904
F-G-17 - F-G-19
 A scene from Glittering Gloria
Byron (photographer)
Opened Oct. 20, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
FG17-18 include Adele Ritchie.
1904
F-G-20
 A scene from Goddess of Libertyincluding Joseph Howard and Violet Seaton
Opened Oct. 9, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
F-G-21
 A scene from The Great Divideincluding Henry Miller and Margaret Anglin
Hallen (photographer)
Opened Dec. 13, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
F-G-22
 A scene from The Great John Gantonincluding Albert Van Buren and George Fawcett
Hall (photographer)
Opened Oct. 24, 1909, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle.
1909
F-G-23 - F-G-24
 A scene from Gypsy Loveincluding Mona Desmond and Raymond Crane
White (photographer)
Opened March 9, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1913
F-H-1
 A scene from The Ham Tree
Opened Feb. 17, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Frederick Bowers.
1907
F-H-2 - F-H-3
 A scene from Happyland
Hall (photographer)
Opened Jan. 30, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
FH2 includes Nella Shayne, Marguerite Clark, and Alice Hills. FH3 includes Marguerite Clark, De Wolf Hopper, and William Wolfe.
1908
F-H-4
 A scene from Havanna
White (photographer)
Opened Feb. 26, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes James Powers.
1911
F-H-5
 Haverly's Minstrels.
Hall (photographer)
1905
F-H-6
 A scene from The Heart of Maryland
Opened Feb. 15, 1903 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Maurice Barrymore, Mrs. Leslie Carter, and John Kellerd.
1903
F-H-7
 A scene from Heir to the Hoorah
Hall (photographer)
Opened April 12, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes H.S. Northrup, Johnson, Wright Kramer, Collin Campbell, Will Lucas, and Cassius Quinby.
1906
F-H-8 - F-H-9
 A scene from Her Own Way
Hall (photographer)
Opened Jan. 2, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. FH8 includes Maxine Elliott and Arthur Byron. FH9 includes Maxine Elliott (under table).
1905
F-H-10 - F-H-11
 A scene from The Hills of California
Elite (photographer)
Opened Sept. 6, 1903, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle. FH10 includes Frank and Bessie Bacon. FH11 includes Wallace Hunt and Bessie Bacon.
1903
F-H-12
 A scene from Hip Hip Hooray
Byron (photographer)
Opened Nov. 8, 1908, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1908
F-H-13
 A scene from The Honor of the Familyincluding Otis Skinner (at right)
Hall (photographer)
Opened May 16, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
F-H-14
 A scene from The House of a Thousand Candles
Opened Mar. 20, 1910, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1910
F-H-15
 A scene from The House of Bondagewith Florence Roberts and Thurlow Bergen
Opened Dec. 20, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
January 1909
F-I-1 - F-I-2
 A scene from Act I of The Illusion of Beatrice
Hall (photographer)
FI1 includes Maude Fealy. FI2 includes Maude Fealy, John [?], and Blanche Douglas (right).
Opened Nov. 29, 1906, at the Seattle Theater.
1906
F-I-3 - F-I-4
 A scene from In Dahomey
Hall (photographer)
FI4 includes George Walker.
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Jan. 8, 1905.
1905
F-I-5 - F-I-6
 A scene from In Old Kentucky
Byron (photographer)
FI5 scene is from Act I.
Opened Oct. 4, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1903
F-I-7
 A scene from Act III of In Old Kentucky, 1905 production
Byron (photographer)
Opened Oct. 1, 1905 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
F-I-8
 A scene from In Old Kentucky, 1907 production
White (photographer)
Opened Oct. 6, 1907, at the Seattle Theater.
1907
F-I-9
 A scene from In the Palace of the Kingwith Viola Allen and Robert Haines
Byron (photographer)
Opened Feb. 23, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1902
F-I-10
 A scene from The Isle of Spice
Hall (photographer)
1905
F-J-1
 A scene from Jack Strawwith Frank Goldsmith, John Drew, and Mary Boland
Opened June 23, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
F-J-2 1907
F-J-3
 A scene from Jumping Jupiterwith Richard Carle, Will Philbrick, and Edna Wallace Hopper
White (photographer)
Was the opening play at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, Oct. 2, 1911.
1911
F-J-4
 A scene from Just out of College
Hall (photographer)
Opened Nov. 1, 1908, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1908
F-K-1
 A scene from Act II of King Dodo, 1902 production
Byron (photographer)
Opened Oct. 5, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Greta Risley, Raymond Hitchcock, Cheridah Simpson, and Margaret McKinney.
1902
F-K-2
 A scene from King Dodo, 1909 production
White (photographer)
Opened Nov. 14, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Cheridah Simpson.
1909
F-K-3 - F-K-4
 A scene from Kismetwith Otis Skinner as Hajj the Beggar
White (photographer)
Opened Dec. 22, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1913
F-K-5
 A scene from The Kissing Girl
Opened Nov. 13, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
F-K-6
 A scene from Knight for a Day
Opened Sept. 27, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
F-L-1 - F-L-2
 A scene from Act II of 'The Land of Nod'
Hall (photographer)
Opened Dec. 8, 1907, at the Seattle Theater. FL1 is a scene from Act II. FL2 shows the "Madcap Ballet."
1907
Leah Kleschna
Opened June 27, 1905, at the Seattle Theater.
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F-L-3
 A scene from Act I
Byron (photographer)
Includes Charles Cartwright, Etienne Girardot, Frances Welstemo, and William B. Mack.
1905
F-L-4 - F-L-5
 A scene
Byron (photographer)
FL4 includes George Arliss (in silk hat) and Mrs. Fiske (left). FL5 includes Mrs. Fiske.
1905
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F-L-6 November 1906
F-L-7
 Group portrait of the Lewis and Lake Musical Comedy Company
Hodson (photographer)
A stock theater company which played at the Lyric Theater, Seattle, May 5 through Aug. 3, 1907.
1907
F-L-8
The Lion and the Mouse
Played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, in October 1906.
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F-L-9 1906
F-L-10 October 1906
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F-L-11
 A scene from The Little Duchess
Byron (photographer)
Played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, in March 1903, and January 1907. Anna Held starred.
F-L-12
 A scene from Act I of Little Jonny Joneswith George M. Cohen, Jerry Cohen, and Tom Lewis (all at center)
Hall (photographer)
Opened March 4, 1906, at the Grand Opera House.
1906
The Littlest Rebel
Opened Nov. 3, 1912, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
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F-L-13 1912
F-L-14 1912
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F-L-15
 A scene with Leo Carillo and Grace Valentine from Oliver Morosco's Fun and Fashion Show, Lombardi Ltd
White (photographer)
Played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, for a week beginning July 20, 1919.
1919
F-L-16
 A scene from The Lottery Man
Opened Oct. 9, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
F-M-1
 A scene from Madame Butterflywith Francis [?], Rena Vivienne, and Thomas Richards
Hall (photographer)
Opened Feb. 28, 1907, at the Grand Opera House.
1907
F-M-2
 A scene from Madame Xwith Adeline Donlap as Jacqueline and Edwin Forsberg as Laroque
White (photographer)
Opened Nov. 20, 1910 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
F-M-3 - F-M-4
 A scene from Maggie Pepperwith Rose Stahl
White (photographer)
Opened May 18, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1913
F-M-5
 A scene from Mam'selle Napoleonwith Edna Goodrich and Anna Held
Gilbert and Bacon (photographer)
Opened Mar. 20, 1904, at the Grand Opera House.
1904
F-M-6
 McIntyre and Heath in vaudeville sketch titled "The Man from Montana"
Apeda Studio, New York (photographer)
Stamped on verso both Orpheum Circuit and Sullivan and Considine Circuit.
March 14, 1912
The Man of the Hour
Opened Jan. 5, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-M-7 1908
F-M-8 - F-M-10
 A scene
White (photographer)
1908
The Man on the Box
Opened Dec. 7, 1906, at the Seattle Theater.
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F-M-11 1906
F-M-12 1906
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F-M-13
 A scene from A Man's Manwith Helen Macbeth
White (photographer)
Opened Mar. 28, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
Marrying Mary
Opened Nov. 28, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-M-14 - F-M-15
 Marie Cahill's famous "long-skirted" chorus
White (photographer)
FM15 includes Florence Gear.
1907
F-M-16 1907
Marta of the Lowlands
Opened Oct. 30, 1904 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-M-17 1904
F-M-18
 A scene
Byron (photographer)
1904
Mary Jane's Pa
Opened Jan. 2, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-M-19 1910
F-M-20
 A scene with Henry Dixey
White (photographer)
1910
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F-M-21
 A scene from Act IV of Mary of Magdalawith Mrs. Fiske
Byron (photographer)
Opened April 28, 1904, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
1904
F-M-22 February 20, 1920
F-M-23
 Cast members including De Wolf Hopper in a scene from A Matinee Idolthat includes
White (photographer)
Opened Nov. 6, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Played at the Lyceum, Oct. 8, 1910.
1910
Merely Mary Ann
Opened Sept. 25, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-M-24 1905
F-M-25 - F-M-26 1905
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F-M-27 - F-M-29
 A scene from The Merry Widow
White (photographer)
Opened May 30, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.FM28-29 are of a scene from Act I.
1909
F-M-30 - F-M-31
 A scene from A Message From Mars
Byron (photographer)
1906 production opened May 30 at the Moore Theater. 1909 production opened May 30, 1909, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906, 1909
A Midsummer Night's Dream
The Annie Russell production played at the Grand Opera House in June 1907. A 1909 production opened May 12 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-M-32 - F-M-34
 A scene
Hallen (photographer)
FM32 includes Lansing Rowan (on right).
1907
F-M-35 1909
Milestones
The New York production of the play ran Sept. 17, 1912 - March 1913 at the Liberty Theater. A Seattle production opened Nov. 22, 1914, at the Metropolitan Theater.
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F-M-36
 A scene from Act I
Taken at the Liberty Theater, N.Y.
September 1912
F-M-37 September 1912
F-M-38 - F-M-39
 A scene from Act I
White (photographer)
1914
Miss Nobody from Starland
Opened Sept. 3, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-M-40
 A scene from Act I
Silver and Friedman (photographer)
1911
F-M-41
 Dress rehearsal scene from Act II
Silver and Friedman (photographer)
1911
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F-M-42 - F-M-43
 A scene from Miss Simplicity
Byron (photographer)
Opened Feb. 6, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Frank Daniels is in the center in FM42 and in front in FM43.
1903
F-M-44
 A scene from Mlle. Modiste
Byron (photographer)
Opened Dec. 16, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Fritzi Scheff and William Pruette.
1907
F-M-45
 A scene from Monsieur Beaucaire
Includes James K. Hackett.
October 1910
F-M-46 - F-M-47
 A scene from Mr. Hamlet of Broadway
Opened Oct. 10, 1909, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle. Includes Eddie Foy. He is at center in FM47.
1909
F-M-48
 A scene from Mr. Hopkinson
Byron (photographer)
Opened Dec. 12, 1909, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle. Includes Barbara Clement, May Milloy, and Dallas Welford.
1909
F-M-49 - F-M-50
 A scene from Mr. Pickwick
Byron (photographer)
Opened Nov. 26, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. FM49 includes De Wolf Hopper and Laura Joyce Bell. FM50 includes Frank Belcher, Digby Bell, and Marguerite Clark.
1903
F-M-51 - F-M-52
 A scene from Mrs. Black is Back
Byron (photographer)
Opened Oct. 5, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. FM51 includes May Irwin (on steps). FM52 includes May Irwin and Edgar Atchison-Ely.
1905
F-M-53 - F-M-54
 A scene from Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh
Byron (photographer)
Opened June 17, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. FM53 includes Mrs. Fiske, Miss McDonald, and Florine Arnold. FM54 includes Charles Harbury, Kate Lester, Douglas Wood, and Mrs. Fiske.
1911
F-M-55 - F-M-56
 A scene from Mrs. Warren's Profession
Hall (photographer)
Opened May 19, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Walter Thomas and Cathrine Countiss. FM56 is a scene from Act III.
1907
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch
Opened Sept. 17, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-M-57 1905
F-M-58
 A scene including Madge Carr Cook
Byron (photographer)
1905
F-M-59 1905
F-M-60 1905
F-M-61 1905
F-M-62 1905
F-M-63 1905
The Mummy and the Humming Bird
Opened March 5, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-M-64 1905
F-M-65 1905
F-M-66 1905
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F-N-1
 Group portrait of the James Neill Stock Theater Company
Mecca (photographer)
Posed on the stage of the Seattle Theater where they played Sept. 18, 1904 through Jan. 7, 1905. Autographed by each player on verso.
1905
F-N-2 December 1906
F-N-3
 A scene from The New York Ideawith Mrs. Fiske
Opened June 24, 1907, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
1907
F-N-4
 A scene from A Night on Broadway
Otto Sarony Co (photographer)
Opened April 17, 1910, at the Seattle Theater.
1910
F-O-1 - F-O-2
 A scene from Charles Dillingham's production of The Office Boy
Hall (photographer)
Opened Nov. 3, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Frank Daniels.
1904
F-O-3
 A scene from Omar the Tentmaker
White (photographer)
Includes Guy Bates Post and Jane Salisbury.
December 1913
F-O-4
 A scene from Outcast
White (photographer)
Played at the Lyceum Theater in New York. Includes Charles Cherry, Elsie Ferguson, J. Woodall Birde, and Warburton Gamble.
June 1915
F-P-1 June 1905
F-P-2
 A scene from Parisfal
Opened Feb. 26, 1905, at the Seattle Theater.
1905
F-P-3
 A scene from Peer Gynt
White (photographer)
Opened Dec. 27, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Louis James and Aphie James.
1908
F-P-4
 A scene from Piff! Paff! Pouff!
Hall (photographer)
Opened Mar. 12, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
The Pit
Opened Sept. 1, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-P-5 1905
F-P-6 1905
F-P-7 1905
F-P-8 1905
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F-P-9
 A scene from Polly of the Circus
Opened Aug. 15, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
F-P-10
 A scene from Potash and Perlmutter
White (photographer)
Played at the Olympic Theater, Tacoma. Includes Barney Bernard (left) and Alexander Carr.
1915
F-P-11
 George Primrose and the Foley Twins of Primrose and Dockstader Minstrels
Byron (photographer)
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Dec. 25, 1902.
1902
The Prince of Pilsen
The 1903 production opened Oct. 22, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. The 1905 production opened Dec. 14, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-P-12 1903
F-P-13 1905
F-P-14
 A scene from Act III
Byron (photographer)
1905
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F-P-15 - F-P-16
 A scene from The Princess Chic
Opened Jan. 4, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1903
F-Q-1 - F-Q-2
 A scene from The Queen of the Moulin Rouge
White (photographer)
Opened Jan. 29, 1911, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1911
F-R-1 - F-R-2
 A scene from Raffles
Byron (photographer)
Opened Oct. 12, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Kyrle Bellew.
1904
F-R-3
 A scene from Ragged Robin
Hall (photographer)
Opened Oct. 14, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Chauncey Olcott and Rose Curry.
1909
F-R-4 - F-R-5
 A scene
White (photographer)
Opened Oct. 20, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.FR4 includes Henry Miller and Ruth Chatterton. FR5 includes Henry Miller and Charles Hammond.
1913
F-R-6
 A scene from The Real Thing
White (photographer)
Opened June 18, 1912, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Henrietta Crosman, Mac Macomber, and Audrey Ridqwell.
1912
F-R-7
 A scene from Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
White (photographer)
Opened April 14, 1912, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1912
F-R-8 - F-R-9
 A scene from Red Feather
Gilbert and Bacon (photographer)
Opened Jan. 27, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Grace Van Studdiford (center).
1907
F-R-10
 A scene from The Red Knight
Opened Oct. 3, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes James Neill (center) and Edythe Chapman (second from left).
1902
F-R-11
 A scene from The Red Mill
Opened Mar. 14, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Fred Stone and David Montgomery.
1909
The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary
Opened June 21, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-R-12 1908
F-R-13 1908
Resurrection
Opened at the Grand Opera House, April 3, 1904.
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F-R-14
 A scene including Blanche Walsh
Byron (photographer)
1904
F-R-15 1904
F-R-16
 The Jury scene from Act I
Byron (photographer)
1904
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F-R-17 - F-R-18
 A scene from Rigoletto
Hall (photographer)
Opened Feb. 9, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. FR18 includes Joseph F. Shechan.
1906
F-R-19
 A scene from Act II of Robinhood
Opened Jan. 1, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes William H. Macdonald, Grace Van Studdiford, H.C. Barnabee, and George B. Frothingham.
1903
F-R-20 - F-R-21
 A scene from The Round-Up
Hall (photographer)
A Klaw and Erlanger production that opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, April 17, 1910. FR21 includes Sidney Cushing.
1910
F-R-22 - F-R-23
 The Four Cohans in a scene from Running for Office
Byron (photographer)
Opened May 25, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
F-S-1
 A scene from Salvation Nell
Opened July 12, 1909, at the New Alhambra Theater, Seattle. Includes Mrs. Fiske and Holbrook Blinn.
November 1909
Sapho
Opened Jan. 24, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-2 1907
F-S-3
 A scene including Olga Nethersole
Byron (photographer)
1907
F-S-4 1907
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F-S-5
 A scene from Scheherazade
White (photographer)
Played at the Winter Garden, New York City. Includes Gertrude Hoffman and Alexis Kosloff.
1911
F-S-6 - F-S-7
 The roof garden scene from Seven Days
White (photographer)
Opened Feb. 12, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1911
F-S-8 - F-S-9
 A scene from The Shepherd King
Byron (photographer)
Opened Nov. 7, 1909, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Wright Lorimer.
1909
F-S-10 - F-S-11
 A scene from She Stoops to Conquer
Hall (photographer)
Opened Feb. 1, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
Sherlock Holmes
Opened Oct. 18, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-12 1903
F-S-13 1903
F-S-14 1903
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F-S-15
 The Tivoli Opera Company cast for Ship Ahoy
Peiser (photographer)
Photographed on stage at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. This was the opening show for the Grand Opera House. Includes Ferris Hartman (center).
October 12, 1900
The Sho-gun
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Dec. 24, 1905.
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F-S-16 1905
F-S-17
 A scene
Hall (photographer)
Includes John Henshaw (autographed), Genevieve Day, Agnes Cain Brown, and William C. Weeden.
1905
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F-S-18 - F-S-19
 A scene from The Silver Slipper
Byron (photographer)
Opened April 14, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
F-S-20
 A scene from The Singing Girl
Byron (photographer)
Opened Aug. 5, 1907, at the Grand Opera House.
1907
F-S-21
 A scene from Smith
White (photographer)
Opened June 26, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes John Drew (left), Hassard Short, and Isabel Irving.
1910
F-S-22
 A scene from Soldiers of Fortune
Byron (photographer)
Opened Jan. 24, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Robert Edeson (center).
1905
F-S-23
 A scene from The Soul Kiss
White (photographer)
Opened Dec. 12, 1909, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1909
The Squaw Man
Opened Sept. 22, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-24 1907
F-S-25 1907
The Straight Road
Opened Mar. 31, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-26 1907
F-S-27 1907
F-S-28
 A scene with Blanche Walsh (standing)
Hallen (photographer)
1907
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F-S-29
 A scene from Act I of The Strength of the Weak
Hall (photographer)
Includes Florence Roberts.
December 1906
The Strollers
Opened May 28, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-30
 Scene with ensemble
Byron (photographer)
1906
F-S-31 1906
F-S-32
 A scene
Byron (photographer)
1906
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F-S-33
 A scene from The Stronger Sexwith Maude Fealy and Brandon Hurst
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
Opened Dec. 8, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
Strongheart
Opened Nov. 13, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-34
 A scene from Act III
White (photographer)
Includes Robert Edeson (center).
1906
F-S-35 1906
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F-S-37
 Informal portrait of the Ralph Stuart Company
The troup played at the Seattle Theater, March 16-April 5, 1902. Includes Ralph Stuart (in plaid cap).
1902
F-S-38-39
 A scene with Mary Mannering and Arthur Byron in The Stubborness of Geraldine
Byron (photographer)
Opened June 18, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1903
F-S-40
 A scene from The Student King
White (photographer)
December 1906
The Sultan of Sulu
Opened Jan. 29, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-41 1905
F-S-42
 The finale of Act I
Byron (photographer)
1905
F-S-43 1905
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F-S-44
 A scene from Sumurunwith Gertrude Hoffman
White (photographer)
Played at the Orpheum Theater.
January 30, 1916
F-S-45
 A scene from The Sunny Side of Broadway
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
Opened Dec. 6, 1908, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Ollie Mack (left of center) and Charles Murray (right of center).
1908
Susan in Search of a Husband
Opened Feb. 8, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-S-46
 A scene
Hall (photographer)
Includes Isabel Irving, Ernest Mainwaring, Eleanor Robson, H. Biramer, A.G. Andrews, and Ada Dwyer.
1907
F-S-47 1907
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F-S-48
 A scene from Swell Elegant Jones
Hall (photographer)
Opened Aug. 25, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Ezra Kendall (third from left).
1907
F-T-1
 A scene from The Talk of New York
Opened Oct. 31, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Victor Moore.
1909
The Tattooed Man
Opened Feb. 9, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-T-2 1908
F-T-3 1908
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F-T-4
 A scene from Act I of Tess of the D'Urbervilles
Byron (photographer)
Opened Oct. 27, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
F-T-5
 A scene from The Testincluding Blanche Walsh
Hall (photographer)
Opened Jan. 16, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
The Thief
Oened Aug. 3, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-T-6 1908
F-T-7 1908
The Third Degree
Probably the production that opened Nov. 21, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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F-T-8
F-T-9 circa 1909
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F-T-10
 A scene from Act III of This Woman and This Man
Beals (photographer)
Opened Jan. 22, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Minnie Victorson, Elizabeth Coulter, and William W. Blair.
1911
F-T-11
 A scene from Top o' the World
Hall (photographer)
Opened Jan. 16, 1910, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1910
F-T-12
 A scene from The Trail of the Lonesome Pinewith Charlotte Walker
White (photographer)
Opened Nov. 9, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1913
F-T-13
 A scene from The Traveling Salesman
White (photographer)
Opened Nov. 28, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
Twelfth Night
Opened June 20, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-T-14 1907
F-T-15 1907
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F-T-16
 A scene from The Two Roses
Hall (photographer)
Opened Aug. 26, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
F-U-1 - F-U-2
 A scene from The Umpire
Opened Feb. 26, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
Under Southern Skies
Opened Oct. 28, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-U-3 - F-U-4
 Scene
Byron (photographer)
FU3 includes Grace George as a bride.
1906
F-U-5 1906
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F-U-6 circa December 1919
The Usurper
Opened May 27, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-U-7 1905
F-U-8 1905
The Vinegar Buyer
Opened Sept. 3, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-V-1 1903
F-V-2 1903
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F-V-3
 A scene from the 1905 production of The Virginianincluding Dustin Farnum and Agnes Ardeck
White (photographer)
Opened Mar. 9, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
The Virginian
Opened Mar. 21, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-V-4
 A scene from Act I
White (photographer)
Includes Frank Campeau, Joe Callahan, Thomas Medock, Dustin Farnum, Bennett Mussen, and Frank Nelson.
1907
F-V-5 1907
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F-V-6
 A scene from Virginiusincluding Louis James and Aphie James
Hall (photographer)
Opened Jan. 23, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
F-W-1
 A scene from Wang
Opened May 24, 1908, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1908
F-W-2
 A scene from Way Down East
Byron (photographer)
Opened April 6, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Mabel Strickland, Felix Haney, Phoebe Davis, and Sara Stevens.
1902
Weather Beaten Benson
Opened Sept. 3, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-W-3
 A scene
Includes Joseph Slater, Julie Davenport, Lotta Linthicum, Ethel Brandon, Edith Taliaferro, Lucille La Verne, and Ezra Kendall (right).
1905
F-W-4
 A scene
Byron (photographer)
Includes Lucille La Verne, Harry Hanlon, and William Hackett.
1905
When Knighthood Was in Flower
Opened April 19, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-W-5 - F-W-6
 A scene
Byron (photographer)
FW5 includes Julia Marlowe. FW6 includes Bruce McRae, Julia Marlowe, Norah Lamison, and Donald MacLaren.
1903
F-W-7
 Julia Marlowe in Act II
Byron (photographer)
1903
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F-W-8
 A scene from When We Were Twenty-Oneincluding Nat Goodwin (center)
Byron (photographer)
Played at the Seattle Theater.
September 1904
Wildfire
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F-W-9 September 1911
F-W-10
 A scene including Lillian Russell
Hall (photographer)
September 1911
The Witching Hour
Opened Aug. 5, 1909, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle.
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F-W-11 1909
F-W-12 - F-W-13
 A scene including John Mason
Hall (photographer)
1909
The Wizard of Oz
Opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, Oct. 16, 1904.
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F-W-14 - F-W-15
 A scene
Byron (photographer)
FW15 includes David Montgomery (right) and Fred Stone (left).
1904
F-W-16 1904
The Wolf
Opened Feb. 6, 1910, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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F-W-17 1910
F-W-18 undated
F-W-19
 A scene
Hall (photographer)
September 1911
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F-W-20
 A scene from The Woman in the Caseincluding Blanche Walsh and Dorothy Dorr
Opened Apr. 15, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Autographed by Walsh.
1907
F-W-21
 A scene from Woodland
Date probably February 1906 or December 1907.
undated
F-W-22
 A scene from Writing on the Wallincluding Olga Nethersole
Hughs (photographer)
Opened Feb. 8, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
F-Z-1
 A scene from Zazaincluding Mrs. Leslie Carter
Byron (photographer)
Played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
June 1907

G Series (Group Photographs)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
item
G-A-1
 The Aaron Sisters
Act appeared as a highlight attraction in Fanchon and Marco's 'Tin Types' Idea.
November 14, 1931
G-A-2 July 24, 1944
G-A-3 1944
G-A-4
 Vaudeville singers and dancers Adair and Norwood
Austin (photographer)
Appeared with Bert Collins and Company in The Good Ship Song and Dance.
November 10, 1928
G-A-5 February 25, 1943
G-A-6
 Dancers Ruby Adams and Valerie Noyes
Hartsook (photographer)
July 5, 1923
G-A-7 July 24, 1929
G-A-8 January 1917
G-A-9 November 19, 1935
G-A-10
 Two members of Al Castle and Company's Miracle on Wheels
Progess (photographer)
Vaudeville cycle act which appeared at the Palomar.
December 11, 1950
G-A-11
 Publicity portrait of the Albee Sisters
Stage quartet that included Harriet, Fern, Aileene and Louraine Albee.
August 11, 1934
G-A-12
 Portrait of the six original Albertina Rasch Dancers
Includes Portia Grafton, Naomi DeMusie and Ida L , all from Seattle.
1927
G-A-13
 A scene from Alias Jimmy Valentineincluding H.B. Warner and Harold Hartsell
Moffett (photographer)
Opened Nov. 26, 1911 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1911
All-Of-a-Sudden Peggy
Played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, in May 1907.
item
G-A-14 May 1907
G-A-15 May 1907
Allegro
item
G-A-16 1949
G-A-17 1949
item
G-A-18
 On stage portrait of vaudeville performers Tom and Edith Almond
White (photographer)
Appeared at the Star Theater, Seattle in December 1907.
1907
The Amazons
Played at the Seattle Theater in Nov. 1904.
item
G-A-19 November 1904
G-A-20 1904
item
G-A-21
 Costumed portrait of the Amoros Sisters
Lumiere (photographer)
August 26, 1918
G-A-22
 Informal portrait of blackface comedians Amos and Andy
Amos was really Freeman Gosden and Andy was Charles Correll. Date stamped Dec. 5, 1935.
November 26, 1935
G-A-23 1945
G-A-24
 Group of theater men on a visit to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
F. H. Nowell (photographer)
Includes Emil Ankermiller, John R. Rogers (center, with cane), Gilbert Barry with John Cort (second from right, lower), and Edward Batwill, the Seattle Post-Intelligencerdrama critic (second from left).
1909
G-A-25 1947
Anna Lucasta
item
G-A-26 1947
G-A-27 1947
item
G-A-28
 A scene from the Broadway stage play Another Love Story
Date stamped May 31, 1944. Includes Doris Dalton, Roland Young and Arthur Margetson.
1943
G-A-29
 Portrait of dancers Anthony and Allyn
Romaine (photographer)
Appeared in Seattle at the Palomar Theater.
November 14, 1943
G-A-30
 Costumed portrait of night club dancers Sonia and Jerry Archer
Appeared in Seattle in the floor show at the Ranch.
November 11, 1938
G-A-31 - G-A-33
 John C. Rice and Thomas Wise in Are You a Mason?
Opened May 3, 1903 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1903
G-A-34 December 2, 1938
G-A-35 February 5, 1908
G-A-36
 Louis Armstrong and his Musicians
Appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, on March 20, 1950. Includes from left to right: Earl Hines, Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong, Cozy Cole (drums) Barney Bigard and Aruell.
1950
G-A-37 1946
G-A-38 1943
G-A-39 - G-A-40
Katharine Hepburn and William Prince in the stage play As You Like It
Vandamm Studio (photographer)
1951
G-A-41 June 1911
G-A-42
 A scene from At the White Horse Tavern
Moore (photographer)
Opened November 14, 1900 at the Seattle Theater.
1900
The Auctioneer
Opened Jan. 18, 1903 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-A-43 1903
G-A-44 1903
G-A-45
 A scene with David Warfield and Maria Bates
Sarony (photographer)
Autographed January 27, 1910.
1903
item
G-A-46
 Portrait of vaudeville team George Auger and Ernest Rommel
Apeda Studio (photographer)
Appeared at the Empress Theater, Seattle.
March 1912
G-B-1
 Costumed portrait of the five member Baber Troupe
White (photographer)
Vaudeville entertainers.
1907
G-B-2
 Lillian Gillette and Lillian Burcham in costume for Babes in Toyland
Marceau (photographer)
Operetta opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, April 8, 1906.
1906
G-B-3 1951
G-B-4
 Dancers Julia Barashkova and Edward Caton
Moffett (photographer)
Dancers in costume for Chicago Civic Opera Ballet performance. Date stamped May 22, 1931.
1931
G-B-5
 Costumed portrait of Argentine Dancers Baro and Rogers.
Romaine (photographer)
Date stamped May 17, 1943.
1943
G-B-6
 Portrait of vaudeville entertainers Barrett and Hartman
Myers (photographer)
Performed with the Jack Russell Company at the Palace Hip Theater, Seattle. Date stamped Jan. 25, 1925.
1925
G-B-8
 Georgia Drew Barrymore
An undated copy print of an earlier portrait of Georgia Drew Barrymore with her children Ethel (age six), Lionel (age eight), and John (in front, age four).
1883
G-B-9
 The circus scene from The Bartered Bride
A Chicago Civic Opera production.
1931
G-B-10 June 1940
G-B-11
 A scene from the stage play The Battle
Opened Sept. 29, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes from left to right: E.M. Holland, Josephine Victor, Gerald Griffin, H.B. Warner, Wilton Lackaye, and Grace Filkins.
1910
G-B-12
 The Beasley Twins
Nasilr (photographer)
Vaudeville act performing with the Pantages Road Show.
October 12, 1922
G-B-13
 Vaudeville comedians Bedell and Mattson
John E. Reed (photographer)
1947
G-B-14
 Portrait of female performers in The Beauty Spot
Opened Feb. 5, 1911. Includes Bertha Blake, Irene Walton, and Eileen Kearney (top row); Lillian Wiggins, Alice Lazar, Susie Pitt, and Ellen Beckwith (bottom row); Josephine Brandell (seated).
1911
G-B-15
 Adrienne Ames and Paul Kelly in the play Beggars Are Coming to Town
Ames played Mrs. Bennett Richardson and Kelly played Frankie Madison. They appeared on Broadway at the Coronet Theater. Date stamped Feb. 12, 1946.
1946
G-B-16
 The Belasco-George Company
Elite (photographer)
A juvenile musical company which appeared Aug. 24, 1902, at the Seattle Theater.
1902
G-B-17 - G-B-18
A scene from the stage play Bell, Book, and Candle
Garbo (photographer)
GB17 includes Joseph Leon, Zachary Scott, and Joan Bennett. GB18 includes William Windom, Joan Bennett, and Dorothy Sands.
1952
G-B-19
 The five Bellatzer Sisters
Ferris Studio (photographer)
Performed their vaudeville act at the Coliseum Theater, Seattle, in Dec. 1907.
1907
Pollard Lilliputian Opera Company in The Belle of New York
Opened April 9, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-B-20 1905
G-B-21 1905
item
G-B-22 - G-B-23
 Costumed portrait of the Belle Sisters
Appeared at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, in Aug. 1911.
1911
Ben Hur
Opened Dec. 7, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-B-24 - G-B-25 November 1903
G-B-26 November 1903
G-B-27 November 1903
G-B-28
 A scene with Esther, Simonides, Ben Hur, and Amrah
Kirkland (photographer)
Includes Julia Herne, Stephen Wright, William Kelly, and Rose Anthon.
1903
G-B-29
 A scene
Kirkland (photographer)
Includes Margaret Pitt, Zaidee Appleton, William Kelly, Rose Anthon, and Alphonz Ethier.
1903
item
G-B-30
 James Ryan and his wife in the 1905 production of Ben Hur
Opened October 9, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
G-B-31
 Conway Tearle and an unidentified actress in the 1909 production of Ben Hur
Opened January 25, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
G-B-32
 The Benham Brothers, a vaudeville dance team
Helen Merrill (photographer)
Performed at the Palomar Theater, November 6, 1950. Mike “Benham” Madill (l) and Frank Benham (r). Mike was a vaudevillian and toured all over the world. He was on the Hit Parade on NBC in the early 50’s and assistant director Milton Meryl show and director Patti Page. He later taught Dance and Theatre at several universities from California to Alaska.
1950
G-B-33 1925
G-B-34
 Costumed portrait of dancers Louis and Frieda Berkoff
They appeared at the Seattle Theater in a Publix Theater roadshow production of Russian Revels. Date stamped Mar. 19, 1928 (1926?).
1926
G-B-35 1911
G-B-36
 Portrait of vaudeville team Frank and Pauline Berry
Appeared at the Empress Theater, Seattle.
April 1914
G-B-37
 Portrait of the Bertray Sisters
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Singers with the New Major Bowes Revue, which appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle. Date stamped Jan. 14, 1940.
1940
G-B-38
 A scene from Bird of Paradise
Played at the Paramount Theater, Seattle. Includes Jeff Chandler, Louis Jourdan, and Debra Paget.
1951
G-B-39
 Portrait of comedy song and dance team the Blackstone Twins
Romaine (photographer)
Appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Nov. 27, 1950.
1950
G-B-40
 Portrait of dance team Blaire and Barnett
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Portrait of dance team Blaire and Barnett who appeared at the Seattle night club, The Ranch. Date stamped Nov. 8, 1940.
1940
G-B-41
 Costumed portrait of singing duo The Blenders
They appeared at the Oasis Cafe, Seattle.
1940
G-B-42
 A scene from the Broadway stage play The Blessed Event
White (photographer)
Includes Lee Patrick and Roger Pryor.
1932
Blithe Spirit
1944 and 1945 productions.
item
G-B-43
 A scene with Clifton Webb and Peggy Wood
Vandamm Studio (photographer)
1944
G-B-44 1945
G-B-45 1944
G-B-46 1944
G-B-47 1944
G-B-48 1945
item
G-B-49
 A tableau from Bluebeard
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
A production of the Ballet Theater. Date stamped Feb. 14, 1943.
1943
G-B-50
 A scene from the variety show Blue Phantasy
At the Whitehall Theater, London. Date stamped Mar. 5, 1944.
1944
G-B-51
 Bob and Andy, a harmonica playing duo
Appeared with a Major Bowes Unit. Date stamped Jan. 21, 1940.
1940
G-B-52 1945
G-B-53 1922
G-B-54 1941
G-B-55
 Costumed portrait of the Bonomore Royal Arabian Acrobats
Siegel Studio (photographer)
Appeared at the Seattle Theater in December 1908.
1908
Born Yesterday
item
G-B-56
 The opening scene
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Jean Parker, Lon Chaney, George Barbier, and Scott McKay.
1949
G-B-57 1949
G-B-58 1949
item
G-B-59
 Portrait of radio singers the Boswell Sisters
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Includes Martha, Vet, and Connie. Date stamped Oct. 26, 1931.
1931
G-B-60
 Portrait of the Brady Sisters
Stage entertainers who appeared at the Rex Theater, Seattle in Dixiana RevueDate stamped July 28, 1935.
1935
G-B-61 1949
G-B-62
 Havaiian dancers Wanda and Sol Bright
Davies (photographer)
Appeared at The Oasis, Seattle.
1940
G-B-63
 Cecil Lean and Florence Holbrook
J. E. Purdy and Company (photographer)
Appeared in Bright Eyesat the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. It opened Oct. 8, 1911.
1911
The Broadway Trio
Played at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle. Trio includes Bonnie Butler and Kitty Pope.
item
G-B-64
 The Trio
Davies (photographer)
June 1906
G-B-65
 Bonnie Butler and Kitty Pope
Davies (photographer)
June 1906
G-B-66
 The Trio
Davies (photographer)
June 1906
Brother Rat
Stage comedy.
item
G-B-67
 A scene with Tom Eurel
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
Also includes William Tracy, Geoffrey Lind, Paul Ballantyne, Marie Brown, and Edwin Philips.
June 13, 1937
G-B-68
 A scene
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
Includes Florence Sundstrom, Edwin Philips, Marie Brown, and Tom Eurel (standing).
1937
item
G-B-69
 Radio comedians Browne and La Velle
Bert (photographer)
Opened April 9, 1936, at the New Rex Theater, Seattle. They toured as part of the Wilbur Cushman Circuit.
1936
G-B-70
 Bruce, Carter and Valois, comedians
Members of the Lewis and Lake Company, the resident company at the Lyric Theater in June 1907.
1907
G-B-71
 The Budapest String Quartet holding Stradivarius instruments
Annie Friedberg (photographer)
Instruments are from the Library of Congress (Washington, DC). Includes Josef Roismann (first violin), Alexander Schneider (second violin), Boris Kroyt (viola), and Mischa Schneider (cello).
February 14, 1943
G-B-72
 Charlie Foy and chorus in the stage revue Bughouse
Archer's Studios (photographer)
A Fanchon and Marco revue.
July 13, 1932
G-B-73 September 1911
The Burgomaster
Photographs from three different productions at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. The productions opened January 7, 1902, October 1, 1903, and April 12, 1908.
item
G-B-74
 The chorus
Raithor (?) Coover (photographer)
1902
G-B-75
 Fred Lennox and Jennie Weathersby
Klein and Guttenstein (photographer)
1903
G-B-76 1908
item
G-B-77 May 16, 1940
G-B-78
 Vaudeville team Burns and Dunn
Bloom (photographer)
Appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle on Sept. 30, 1946.
1946
G-B-79
 The Burns Twins and Evelyn, vaudeville performers
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
1944
G-B-80 August 10, 1937
G-B-81 September 3, 1934
Bus Stop
Broadway stage play.
item
G-B-82 1955
G-B-83 1955
item
G-B-84
 The Bush Sisters
Progress (photographer)
Appeared with the A.B. Marcus Glorified Revueat the Orpheum Theater, Seattle, July 13, 1929.
1929
G-B-85
 Chorus girls from the stage play Buster Brown
Bushnell (photographer)
Opened Jan. 7, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
G-B-86 - G-B-87
 Singer Clara Butt and her manager Kennerley Rumford
Rudolph Buchner (photographer)
H. Dinkane (?) and Son's (photographer)
February 1914
G-B-88
 Costumed portrait of Wilbur Evans and Shirley Booth
Played in the New York stage show By the Beautiful Sea
1954
G-B-89
 The Byrne Sisters, tap dancers
Murray Korman (photographer)
Appeared with the Major Bowes Unit at the Palomar Theater, Seattle. Date stamped Ap. 14, 1939.
April 14, 1939
The Barretts of Wimpole Street
The 1934 and 1947 productions.
item
G-B-7A 1934
G-B-7B 1947
item
G-C-2
 A scene from the stage musical Call Me Madam
Includes E. A. Krumschmidt, Elaine Stritch, and Alex Clark.
1952
G-C-3
 Costumed portrait of Catherine Callow and Frances McDonough
Van Ness Studio (photographer)
Vaudeville dancers who appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
December 23, 1939
John Calvert and his lady helpers
Vaudeville magician who appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
item
G-C-4
 John Calvert
Dated April 1928.
1947
G-C-5
 John Calvert and his lady helpers
Dated October 1924.
1949
item
G-C-6 April 1909
G-C-7 October 5, 1940
G-C-8
 Costumed portrait of Mexican dancers Carlos and Chabela
Foto-Semo (photographer)
Photographed performing Los Viejitos, a Christmas mask dance.
1946
G-C-9 November 3, 1932
Carmen Jones
Opened August 3, 1945 at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
G-C-10 1945
G-C-11 1945
G-C-12 1945
item
G-C-13
 Iva Withers and Stephen Douglass in Carousel
Marsh Photographic Studio (photographer)
1948
G-C-14
 Don Carroll and Doreen Wilde
Paralta (photographer)
Stage comedians with Kolb and Dill. Appeared at the Fifth Avenue Theater, Seattle.
March 13, 1928
G-C-15
 Opera tenor Enrico Caruso
The singer being guarded by friends and detectives on his way to enter a complaint against a blackmail suspect.
March 15, 1910
G-C-16 May 7, 1931
The Chaperons
A Stage play which opened September 10, 1905 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-C-17
 The chorus line
Bushnell (photographer)
1905
G-C-18 - G-C-19
 A tableau
Bushnell (photographer)
1905
item
G-C-20
 The Chaudets
The Chaudets, billed as a revue in miniature, appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, May 2, 1949.
1949
Checkers
Photographs from two productions of the play, in 1907 and 1908.
item
G-C-21 December 1907
G-C-22 December 1907
G-C-23
 A scene from Act II
Includes Helen Ormsbee, George Miller, Hans Robert, John C. Brownell, Bessie Baldwin and Joe Wilkes.
December 1908
item
G-C-24 circa 1915
G-C-25
 Portrait of Perry and Carlisle
Miner (photographer)
Performed in the "Cherry Blossoms" burlesque show at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle.
1906
The Chocolate Soldier
Photographs from two Seattle productions. The first opened January 6, 1911 at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Another production played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle in April 1943.
item
G-C-26 1911
G-C-27
 Charles Purcell and Virginia Card
Antonios Zamouzakis (photographer)
1943
item
G-C-28
 Chip and Marble, a vaudeville act
Gould and Marsden (photographer)
Appeared at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle in October 1913.
1913
G-C-29
 Cholly and Dotty, a dance team
illegible (photographer)
Opened at the Town-Ranch on August 25, 1942. Date stamped September 22, 1942.
1942
G-C-30
 The show girls, with Rose Stahl, in The Chorus Lady
Sykes Photo (photographer)
Opened January 3, 1909 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
G-C-31
 Ballet dancers Harold Christensen and Ruby Asquith in Midsummer Night Ballets
Markham Studio (photographer)
Opened July 29, 1935 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1935
G-C-32
 A scene from act II of The City
White (photographer)
Opened October 16, 1910 at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Geoffrey Stein (with pistol) as Hancock, Norman Hacket as George Rand Jr., Suzanne Willa (in chair) as Cicely Rand and Ethel Martin as Theresa Rand.
1910
G-C-33
 Gregory Kelly and Ruth Gordon in the stage comedy Clarence
Lewis-Smith (photographer)
Kelly as Bobby Wheeler and Gordon as Cora Wheller
June 17, 1920
G-C-34
 Bert Clark and Mabel Hamilton, a vaudeville team
Gould and Marsden (photographer)
Appeared at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle.
December 1912
G-C-35
 Gladys Clark and Henry Bergman
Apeda (photographer)
Of the vaudeville act "Trained Nurses." Inscribed September 1, 1918.
June 1913
G-C-36 January 2, 1942
Claudia
The complete New York cast played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
G-C-37
 A scene with Donald Cook and Dorothy McGuire
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
1942
G-C-38 1942
G-C-39
 A scene with Dorothy McGuire and Frances Starr
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
September 28, 1942
G-C-40 1943
item
G-C-41
 The vaudeville team of Vernon Clayton and Carl Fletcher
Strand (photographer)
Performed in "Sunbeam Follies" at the Palace Hip Theater, Seattle.
July 3, 1922
G-C-42
 J. W. Clifford and Luella Temple, a burlesque team
Herrick (photographer)
Performed at the Lyric Theater, Seattle.
February 1908
G-C-43
 A scene from the stage play The Climax
Opened October 10, 1909 at the Grand Opera House.
1909
G-C-44
 Coard and Morgan
Lenare (photographer)
Appeared in "A Well Balanced Pair," a balancing act at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
July 11, 1949
Stage play The Cocktail Party
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G-C-45
 Vincent Price and Estelle Winwood
John E. Reed (photographer)
1951
G-C-46
 Reginald Denny and Marsha Hunt
John E. Reed (photographer)
1951
The Four Cohans
The Four Cohans included Jerry, Helen, Josephine and George M. They performed at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-C-47
 Portrait of Jerry and Helen Cohan
Parents of George M. Cohan.
May 1904
G-C-48 May 1904
G-C-49 1915
The College Widow
Stage play which opened January 14, 1906 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-C-50 - G-C-51 1906
G-C-52 1906
G-C-53
 Coeds
Coeds from 'The College Widow,' which opened Nov. 4, 1906 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
item
G-C-54
 Costumed portrait of Collette and Galle
Murray Korman (photographer)
August 6, 1937
G-C-55
 A scene from the stage play Come Back Little Shebawith Shirley Booth and Sidney Blackmer
Vandamm (photographer)
Opened December 19, 1950 at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1950
G-C-57 1946
G-C-58
 Publicity portrait of the six members of the Comedian Harmonists
Inscribed Feb. 27, 1939. Each member identified by his signature, but signatures are largely illegible.
1939
The Comedy of Errors
1902 production opened November 19, 1902 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. The other production, by the Globe Theater Players, opened January 13, 1936 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
item
G-C-59 1902
G-C-61 1936
Comin' Thro' the Rye
item
G-C-62
 Fiji Ballet chorus
Terkelson and Henry (photographer)
March 1908
G-C-63
 Octette
Armstrong (photographer)
March 1908
item
G-C-64
 Portrait of John F. Conroy and His Diving Models
Apeda (photographer)
Appeared during the week beginning November 24, 1913 at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle. One of the girls is his daughter.
1913
G-C-65 1911
G-C-66
 Conway and Oakes, a vaudeville act
Davies (photographer)
Appeared at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle.
1906
G-C-67
 Portrait of actors Frank Coombs and Ernest Aldwell
Appeared at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle.
June 2, 1913
G-C-68
 The Black Pearl Ballet from Corianton
C. R. Savage (photographer)
1903
The Corn Is Green
item
G-C-69 December 5, 1942
G-C-70 1942
The Counselor's Wife
item
G-C-71
 A scene
Photo taken in New York City. Includes Henry Miller (right), W. H. Crompton (center), and Agnes Miller.
1893
G-C-72
 A scene with Cyril Scott (left) and James O. Barrows
Inscribed by Scott, Apr. 18, 1915.
1893
Stage play The Country Girl
item
G-C-73
 A scene with Robert Young and Nancy Kelly
De Mirjian (photographer)
1952
G-C-74 1952
item
G-C-75
 The State Girls in The County Chairman
LaMarche (photographer)
Opened February 4, 1906 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
G-C-76
 Portrait of night club singers Covert and Reed
Bloom (photographer)
Sang each night after the theater at the Warwick Hotel, New York.
February 13, 1939
G-C-77 November 2, 1924
G-C-78
 Vaudeville tap dancers, the Crawfords
James J. Kriegsmann (photographer)
Appeared with the Major Bowes All Stars February 3, 1947 at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1947
G-C-79
 Costumed portrait of the vaudeville team Crimmins and Gore
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
Inscribed.
March 1908
G-C-80
 Portrait of the Crisp Sisters
De Haven (photographer)
Vaudeville team appearing with Henry Bergman.
November 23, 1924
G-C-81
 Portrait of the vaudeville team Wellington Cross and Lois Josephine
Otto Sarony (photographer)
Inscribed October 1911.
1911
G-D-1 November 1936
G-D-2
 A scene from Dangers of Working Girls
Davies (photographer)
Played at the Seattle Theater.
March 1909
G-D-3
 Portrait of actors Ben Lyon and Bebe Daniels
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
A married couple.
January 31, 1936
G-D-4
 Vaudeville acrobats Darby and Jeannie
Romaine (photographer)
Appeared in 'X-Her-Size,' at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
June 20, 1949
Darkness at Noon
item
G-D-5 1952
G-D-6 1952
G-D-7 1952
item
G-D-8
 The Darling Twins
Progress (photographer)
Appeared in Paul Ash and Louis McDermott's publix stage show The Mikado of Jazzwhich opened at the Seattle Theater, March 29, 1928.
1928
G-D-9
 Costumed portrait of Jim Jeffries with a child
Bushnell (photographer)
Appeared in Davy Crockett. The show opened Nov. 10, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
G-D-10
 Portrait of vaudeville dancers the Dean Sisters
Appeared at the Paramount Theater, Seattle, opening Sept. 13, 1934.
1934
G-D-11
 A scene from a production of Dear Brutus
Stokes (photographer)
Production by the Moroni Olsen Players. Includes Gordon Nelson as Matey and Mary Croke as Lady Caroline.
1927
Death of a Salesman
item
G-D-12
 A scene with Carmen Costi and Thomas Mitchell
"Eileen Darby, Graphic House, Inc." (photographer)
1950
G-D-13
 A scene
"Eileen Darby, Graphic House, Inc." (photographer)
Includes from L to R: Darren McGavin, Thomas Mitchell, Royal Beal, Paul Langton, and June Walker.
1950
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G-D-14
 A scene from the stage play Decision
At the Belasco Theater in New York City. Includes Gwen Anderson and Larry Hugo.
February 6, 1944
G-D-15
 The Del Rays, a vaudeville balancing act
Maurice (photographer)
Appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, July 18, 1949.
1949
The Desert Song
item
G-D-16 1945
G-D-17
 Florette Hillier and Lester Matthews
John E. Reed (photographer)
1945
Stage play The Desperate Hours
item
G-D-18 1955
G-D-19 1955
item
G-D-20
 Portrait of vaudeville team Deveaux and Dell
Theatrical Studio (photographer)
Appeared New Year's Eve at the Palace Hip Theater, Seattle.
1926
G-D-21
 Edith and Billy Deveraux, a vaudeville team
Aldene (photographer)
Appeared at the Palace Hip Theater, Seattle.
February 15, 1923
Charles H. Yale's Everlasting Devil's Auction Company
1903-1904 season.
item
G-D-22
 A scene including John B. Guilmette and a woman
Pott and Foltz (photographer)
Dated Oct. 1906.
1903
G-D-23 1903
The Devil's Disciple
Stage play.
item
G-D-24
 A scene including Ronald Ibbs and Julia Worth
Clark H. Getts (photographer)
1954
G-D-25
 A scene including Ronald Ibbs and Aileen Harte
Clark H. Getts (photographer)
1954
item
G-D-26 January 14, 1940
G-D-27 1928
G-D-28 1947
G-D-29
 Roland Petit and Renee Jeanmaire in The Diamond Thief
Production by Les Ballets de Paris.
1951
The Dictator
Opened Jan. 19, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-D-30 1905
G-D-31
 A scene with William Collier (third from left)
Burr McIntosh Studio (photographer)
1905
G-D-32
 A scene including William Collier (with hat raised)
Burr McIntosh Studio (photographer)
1905
item
G-D-33 August 7, 1924
G-D-34
 George Arliss and George Tobin, both costumed as Benjamin Disraeli
White (photographer)
George Arliss, who played Disraeli at Wallack's and George Tobin (aged twelve), who played the role in an all-kid production for charity.
May 1912
G-D-35 1907
G-D-36 1944
G-D-37
 Vaudeville entertainers Don and Shirley
Romaine (photographer)
April 30, 1937
G-D-38
 The Don Cossack Chorus, with Nicholas Kostrucoff (at right)
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Inscribed by Kostrucoff, June 9, 1943.
1943
G-D-39 September 23, 1931
G-D-40
 Vaudeville dancers Dorene and Douglas
Volpa (photographer)
Opened Nov. 30, 1934, at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle.
December 5, 1934
G-D-41
 Vaudeville dance team Dorothy and Leona
Paralta (photographer)
Photo distributed by Fanchon and Marco.
October 10, 1929
G-D-42
 Dotty and Bobby, novelty stair dancers
Appeared with Major Bowes Amateurs on tour.
December 7, 1938
G-D-43
 A scene from the stage play The Doughgirls
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
Includes Ann Hunter, Marianne O'Brien, Becky Brown, and Joy Hodges.
1943
G-D-44
 A publicity portrait of Eddie Dowling and Ray Dooley (Mrs. Eddie Dowling)
Portrait to advertise radio debut on the Elgin Revue, Mar. 17, 1936.
1936
G-D-45 July 11, 1929
G-D-46 1947
G-D-47 1947
The Drunkard
1943 and 1946 productions.
item
G-D-48 1943
G-D-49 1943
G-D-50 1943
G-D-51 1946
G-D-52 1946
item
G-D-53
 The Duanes, Jacquie and Bino
Bloom (photographer)
Performed in the vaudeville acrobatic act 'Rhapsody in Motion,' at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
March 24, 1947
G-D-54 August 1907
G-D-55
 Duval and Renee
Bloom (photographer)
Dance team which appeared at the Club Esquire.
August 20, 1937
G-E-1
 Goodman and Jane Ace
Ray Lee Jackson (photographer)
Formed the radio comedy acting duo 'Easy Aces.' NBC photo. Date stamped May 5, 1938.
April 20, 1938
G-E-2
 Vaudeville team George Ebner and Elizabeth Mayne
Autographed by both Dec. 16, 1913.
1913
G-E-3 June 3, 1932
G-E-4 January 1908
G-E-5
 Phyllis Young and Elsie Scott as the Gibson Girls in The Education of Mr. Pipp
The show opened Oct. 7, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
The Cat and the Fiddle Company Stage Show
Opened Sept. 20, 1908, at the Grand Theater, Seattle.
item
G-E-6
 The El More Sisters and the Sailor Boys
Moon and Wills (photographer)
1908
G-E-7 - G-E-8
 The El More Sisters
Morrison Photographers (photographer)
October, December 1908
item
G-E-9
 The El Rey Sisters, vaudeville dancers
Progress (photographer)
Appeared at the Pantages Theater, Seattle.
February 20, 1926
Ellery's Royal Italian Band
item
G-E-10
 The front row of Ellery's Royal Italian Band
Genelli (photographer)
Played at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
October 1902
G-E-11
 The Heavenly Twins, french horn soloists
Genelli (photographer)
Opened Oct. 11, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
October 1903
item
G-E-12 December 11, 1926
G-E-13
 Vaudeville dancers Elsie and Paulsen
National (photographer)
Toured with the Pantages Road Show.
October 25, 1923
G-E-15
 Rosaire and Elliott as Nid and Nod in The Evil Eye
Elmer Chickering (photographer)
A stage spectacle by performers from the Principal English Theatres.
May 1901
G-E-16 August 31, 1937
G-F-1 August 28, 1929
G-F-2 1921
G-F-3
 Eileen Crowe and Arthur Shields in The Far-Off Hills
White (photographer)
Crowe and Shields were part of the Abbey Theatre Players.
April 28, 1935
The Fatal Weakness, a stage play
item
G-F-4 1948
G-F-5
 A scene with Mary Gildea and Ina Claire
Vandamm (photographer)
1948
G-F-6
 A scene with John Larson and Ina Claire
Vandamm (photographer)
1948
item
G-F-7 December 25, 1943
G-F-8 December 1902
G-F-9 1907
G-F-10
 Costumed portrait of The Five Columbians vaudeville act
Sussman (photographer)
The Caro M family act. Inscribed.
June 1912
Flonzaley String Quartet
item
G-F-11
 Portrait of the Flonzaley String Quartet
Apeda (photographer)
Includes Adolfo Betti (first violin), Alfred Pochon (second violin), Iwan D'Archambeau (cello), and Louis Bailly (viola).
1917
G-F-12
 Portrait of the Flonzaley String Quartet
Date stamped Sep. 8, 1928. Includes Adolfo Betti, Alfred Pochon, Iwan D'Archambeau, and one other.
1929
Florodora
item
G-F-13
 A scene with Nick Long and Idalene Cotton
Gehrig (photographer)
Opened Oct. 19, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1902
G-F-14
 Two of the couples from the famous FlorodoraSextette
Walter G. Mc Lean (photographer)
item
G-F-15
 The Foley Twins
Part of the Primrose and Dockstader Minstrels who opened at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, on Dec. 25, 1902.
1902
G-F-16
 A scene from the stage play For Keeps
At Henry Miller's Theater in New York City. Includes Ellen Mahar, Frank Conroy, and Julie Warren.
June 17, 1944
G-F-17
 Vaudeville dancers Larry Ford and Paul Harris
Billed as the 'Two Maniacs of Rhythm.' They appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, May 16, 1949.
1949
G-F-18
 Broadway singers Virginia Card and Edward Kane
Appeared in The Fortune Tellerwhich opened at the Moore Theater, Seattle, Aug. 23, 1945.
1945
G-F-19
 Vaudeville team Joseph Fox and W. H. Ward
Autographed by both performers Dec. 6, 1912.
1912
G-F-20 January 1904
G-F-21 December 1902
G-F-22 1942
G-F-23 December 22, 1939
G-F-24
 Vaudeville pantomine artists Fred and Fae
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Opened at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Jan. 8, 1951.
1951
G-F-25
 The vaudeville team Fridkin and Rhoda
Toured with the Pantages Road Show
December 27, 1923
G-F-26
 A scene from the stage play The Front Page
Played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle in 1929. Includes Franklin Parker, James Norval, and Doris Luray.
1929
G-F-27 February 1913
G-F-28
 Maye and Karr in Funzafire
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
1943
G-G-1
 A scene from The Gallop
Includes Raymond Hitchcock, Pauline Anthony, George Laurence (right), and Susie Hawthorne (left).
1906
G-G-2 November 10, 1933
G-G-3 February 1913
The Genius
item
G-G-4 - G-G-5
 Nat Goodwin and Edna Goodrich
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
G-G-5 dated March 1915. Most likely taken at the same time as previous picture (1907).
April 1907
A Gentleman from Mississippi
item
G-G-6
 A scene from Act IV
White (photographer)
Opened Aug. 29, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
G-G-7
 A scene with Robert A. Fischer and John A. Butler
White (photographer)
Opened August 29, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
item
G-G-8
 James Neil and Edythe Chapman in A Gentleman of France
Mojonier (photographer)
Inscribed.
1904
G-G-9
 A scene from George Washington Jr
Terkelson and Henry (photographer)
Opened Feb. 6, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
G-G-10
 The Gibson Sisters
Strand (photographer)
Vaudeville dancers with the Pantages Road Show.
February 6, 1925
G-G-11
 The Giersdorf Sisters in Araby
A Publix Theaters production which opened at the Seattle Theater, July 5, 1927.
June 28, 1927
G-G-12 1945
G-G-13 1945
G-G-14 1945
G-G-15
 Harry Girard and Agnes Cain Brown, a vaudeville team
Opened June 7, 1914, with Pantages.
1914
A Girl from Dixie
Opened May 15, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-G-16
 A scene
Bushnell (photographer)
Includes Beatriz Bronte (left), Charles K. French (center), and Buck Sheffer (right).
1904
G-G-17
 The Chorus
Bushnell (photographer)
1904
G-G-18
 A scene
Bushnell (photographer)
Includes L to R: Clifford Leigh, Buck Sheffer, Charles Bowser, Thomas Keough, D. L. Don, Charles K. French, and Beatriz Bronte.
1904
Girls
Opened Aug. 27, 1909, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle.
item
G-G-19
 A scene
Hall (photographer)
1909
G-G-20 1909
item
G-G-21
 Julie Haydon and Laurette Taylor
Part of the New York cast of The Glass Managerie
April 8, 1945
G-G-22 1947
G-G-23 August 1909
G-G-24
 A scene from Going Some
White (photographer)
Opened Sept. 28, 1909, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle. Includes Eugene O'Rourke, Frank Wunderlee, and James Spottswood.
1909
G-G-25
 The vaudeville team Golden and Hughes
Gehrig (photographer)
August 1909
G-G-26
 The Golden Gate Quartet
James J. Kriegsmann (photographer)
A singing group which opened Sept. 22, 1947, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1947
Good Night Ladies
item
G-G-27
 A scene with John Hubbard and Claire Carleton
Edwin Bower Hesser (photographer)
November 1944
G-G-28
 Fred Sherman and Claire Carleton
Edwin Bower Hesser (photographer)
1944
item
G-G-29
 The Brothers Mardo
Performed with Gorton's Minstrels, who opened Sept. 3, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
G-G-30
 Ruth Chatterton and Bruce Payne in the play The Green Hat
Milligan (photographer)
Played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
November 16, 1926
G-G-31
 Grey and Dianne, vaudeville acrobats
John E. Reed (photographer)
Their show High on the Barsopened at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Sept. 12, 1949.
1949
G-G-32 1946
G-H-1
 Two members of the Ham Treecast
The McIntyre and Heath production opened Feb. 17, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
Hamlet
item
G-H-2
 A scene with Maurice Evans and Doris Lloyd
John Dryer (photographer)
1947
G-H-3 1947
Hans and Nix, a musical farce
item
G-H-4 December 1908
G-H-5 December 1908
Harriet, a stage play
item
G-H-6 March 6, 1943
G-H-7 January 30, 1943
G-H-8 1945
item
G-H-9
 Joe Hart and Carrie De Mar in Foxy Grandpa
Eisenmann (photographer)
1911
G-H-10
 LeRoy and Mabel Hartt
Swisher (photographer)
Vaudeville performers with the Pantages Road Show.
April 1, 1921
Two stage productions of Harvey
The 1946 production opened May 22, 1946, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
G-H-11 1946
G-H-12
 A scene with Joe E. Brown and Toni Favor
John R. Leff (photographer)
1946
G-H-13 1949
The Hasty Heart
item
G-H-14
 Dean Harens and Erin O'Brien-Moore
Otto Rothschild (photographer)
1946
G-H-15
 Whitner Bissell and Erin O'Brien-Moore
Otto Rothschild (photographer)
1946
item
G-H-16
 De Vyne and Hayford in the play The Head Waiters
Schaldenbrand (photographer)
Opened Dec. 20, 1903, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
1903
G-H-17 1950
The Heir to the Hoorah
Opened Ap. 12, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-H-18 1906
G-H-19 1906
G-H-20 1906
G-H-21 December 1906
item
G-H-22
 Two women from the Anna Held Company.
Burr McIntosh Studio (photographer)
1903
Hellzapoppin, the stage revue
item
G-H-23
 A trio from the stage revue
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Includes Billy House, Ruth Morehouse, and Eddie Garr.
1941
G-H-24
 Billy House and Eddie Garr
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
1942
item
G-H-25
 Opera singers Johannes Semback (tenor) and Frieda Hempel in a scene from Euryanthe
Dated Jan. 15, 1915. Rubber stamped: Used Nov. 25, 1917.
1914
G-H-26 May 1912
G-H-27
 The Two Hi Hatters, a vaudeville dance team
Played at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Sug. 8, 1949.
1949
High Button Shoes, the stage play
item
G-H-28 1949
G-H-29 1949
item
G-H-30
 The Hollywood Cover Girls with Flo Ash, a vaudeville unit
John E. Reed (photographer)
Played at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
December 5, 1943
G-H-31 1947
G-H-32 - G-H-33
The Hoosier Hot Shots, a stage and film comedy quartet
GH32 includes from top to bottom: Ken, Hezzie, Gabe and Frank.
1944, 1947
G-H-34
 Radio singing quartet, The Hoover Sentinels and their pianist
Apeda (photographer)
L to R: David Bultolph (pianist), John Seagle (baritone), Leo O'Rourke (first tenor), Darrell Woodyard (basso), and Robert Stevens (second tenor).
1929
G-H-35
 Vaudeville headliners Joe Howard and Mabel McCane
Floyd (photographer)
Inscribed Feb. 28, 1915.
1915
G-H-36 1938
G-I-1 May 17, 1949
I Remember Mama
Possibly photos are from different productions of the play.
item
G-I-2
 A scene with Oscar Homolka and Mady Christians
Production at the Music Box Theater, New York.
October 23, 1944
G-I-3 May 3, 1946
G-I-4
 A scene from the play
John E. Reed (photographer)
Includes L to R: Grandon Rhodes, Raymond Roe, Jean Ruth, Charlotte Greenwood, Eleanor Lawson, and Mary Joan Bradley.
1947
G-I-5
 A scene with Kurt Katch
Otto Rothschild (photographer)
1947
The Ice Capades of 1943
The show opened July 27, 1943, at the Seattle Civic Ice Arena.
item
G-I-6 - G-I-7
Donna Atwood and Jimmy Lawrence, ice skaters
1943
G-I-8 - G-I-9
Precision skaters Robert Dench and Rosemarie Stewart
1943
item
G-I-10
 Donna Atwood and Bobby Specht who performed with the Ice Capades of 1945
Constance Bannister (photographer)
The show opened July 12, 1945, at the Civic Auditorium, Seattle.
1944
G-I-11 May 28, 1942
The Ice Follies of 1946
item
G-I-12
 Shirley and Ginger, skaters
Frank Tanner (photographer)
1946
G-I-13
 Ruby and Bobby Maxon in 'Swing Waltz'
Frank Tanner (photographer)
1946
G-I-14
 Betty Schalow and Marshall Beard, skaters
Gabriel Moulin Studios (photographer)
1946
G-I-15
 The Thomas Twins in 'A Scandinavian Christmas'
Gabriel Moulin (photographer)
1946
The Ice Follies of 1947
item
G-I-16
 Shirley and Ginger, featured skaters
Gabriel Moulin (photographer)
1947
G-I-17
 Hazel Franklin and Barry Green, featured skaters
Gabriel Moulin (photographer)
1947
The Ice Follies of 1948
item
G-I-18 1948
G-I-19 1948
The Ice Follies of 1949
item
G-I-20
 Harris and Phyllis Legg, novelty skaters
Gabriel Moulin (photographer)
1949
G-I-21 1949
G-I-22
 Ole Ericsen and John Mulvey
Gabriel Moulin (photographer)
Featured in 'Agnes the Lion,' a skit in the Ice Follies of 1949. Also includes Ed Dunigan.
1949
The Ice Follies of 1950
item
G-I-23
 Circus Day skit
Gabriel Moulin (photographer)
1950
G-I-24
 Rasmussen and Cameron featured in 'The Bowery'
Gabriel Moulin (photographer)
1950
item
G-I-25
 Jacklyn Roth and Dorothy Earle, a vaudeville team
Performed in the Fanchon and Marco idea 'Icy-Hot.'
February 20, 1931
G-I-26
 George M. Cohan and Bijou Fernandez in I'd Rather Be Right
Cohan as President Roosevelt and Fernandez as Frances Perkins in the New York stage play.
October 16, 1937
G-I-27 1905
G-I-28
 The Inkspots, singing quartet
James J. Kriegsmann (photographer)
1946
Inside U.S.A, the stage revue
item
G-I-29
 Beatrice Lillie and Lew Parker
Harry A. Atwell (photographer)
1950
G-I-30
 Beatrice Lillie and Xenia Bank
"Eileen Darby, Graphic House, Inc." (photographer)
1950
item
G-I-31
 A scene from the opera Iolanthe
Includes June Winters, Morton Bowe, and Robert Pit.
1943
G-J-1 1911
G-J-2
 A scene from the Broadway play Jacobowsky and the Colonel
Includes L to R: Annabella, J. Edward Bromberg, Frank Overton, Don Lee, Oscar Karlweis (as Jacobowsky), Harold Vermilyea, and Louis Calhern.
March 19, 1944
G-J-3
 Chinese vaudeville dancers Jadin and Li Sun
James Kollar (photographer)
1947
Janie
item
G-J-4
 Edith Fellows, Frederick Vayder and Patricia Hosley
Keystone Photo Service (photographer)
1944
G-J-5
 Edith Fellows and Bill Thomson
Keystone Photo Service (photographer)
1944
item
G-J-6
 Polly Jenkins, Uncle Dan, and Texas Rose
Vaudeville comedy trio which opened June 2, 1947, at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1947
G-J-7 1901
G-J-8 1889
G-J-9 September 15, 1929
G-J-10
 A scene from Junior Miss
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Opened April 25, 1943, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Lois Graves (seated), Lenore Thomas (left), and Peggy Romano.
1943
G-J-11
 A scene from Juno and the Paycock
White (photographer)
Performed by the Abbey Theater Players at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Eileen Crowe and Barry Fitzgerald.
March 29, 1935
G-J-12 November 1908
G-J-13 - G-J-14
 The Juvenile Bostonians
Boyd (photographer)
Pautzke (photographer)
Performed at the Grand Theater, Seattle. GJ13 includes Jacques Casad (right).
May 1904
G-K-1
 Bo Peep Karlin
Paralta (photographer)
Appeared in a Fanchon and Marco Idea at the Fifth Avenue Theater, Seattle.
February 25, 1929
G-K-2
 Portrait of the Kedroff Quartet, a string quartet
William B. Feakins Inc (photographer)
March 9, 1931
G-K-3
 A scene from The Kerry Gow
Kirkland Studio (photographer)
Opened Feb. 19, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
G-K-4 1949
G-K-5
 The Lilties, Scottish pipe and drum corps
Kennedy (photographer)
Performed at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
February 1904
G-K-6
 Moroni Olsen and Janet Young in Kindling
McBride Studio (photographer)
1920
G-K-7
 Raymond Hitchcock and Cheridah Simpson in King Dodo
Jeffres Studio (photographer)
Opened Oct. 5, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1902
King Richard II
item
G-K-8 June 17, 1940
G-K-9
 Maurice Evans and Carmen Mathews
Vandamm (photographer)
July 17, 1940
item
G-K-10
 Ray Kinney and His Royal Hawaiian Revue
De Mirjian (photographer)
Appeared July 25, 1949, at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1949
Kiss and Tell, the stage play
Played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
G-K-11 1944
G-K-12 1944
G-K-13 1944
G-K-14 1945
Kiss Me, Kate, the stage play
item
G-K-15
 A scene with Tony Montell, Frances McCann, and Robert Wright
"Eileen Darby, Graphic House, Inc." (photographer)
1951
G-K-16
 A scene with Joan Djorup and Marc Platt
John E. Reed (photographer)
1951
Kolb, Dill, and Dillon
Kolb, Dill, and Dillon opened June 25, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-K-17
 Kolb (left) and Dill
Lorne Studios (photographer)
1905
G-K-18
 Kolb (center), Dill (left), and Dillon
Marceau (photographer)
1905
G-K-19
 Kolb (right), Dill (left), and Dillon
Marceau (photographer)
1905
G-K-20
 Kolb and Dill in Give and Take
J. C. Milligan (photographer)
May 18, 1922
item
G-K-21
 Paul Dale and Dottie Wenzel
Franklin Photos (photographer)
Appeared with Henry Kramer's Midgets on the vaudeville circuit.
1944
G-K-22
 The Kuhn Brothers, a vaudeville team
Huddleston (photographer)
Appeared at the Empire Park Theater, Seattle.
1903
G-L-1
 Ethel Barrymore with Bruce McRae in Lady Frederick
Sarony (photographer)
Dated July 1909.
1902
Lady Windermere's Fan
Opened May 24, 1948 at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
G-L-2 1948
G-L-3
 David Manners and Judith Fellows
Vandamm (photographer)
1948
item
G-L-4
 Lane and Norvelle, vaudeville acrobats
Maurice (photographer)
Appeared in 'Acrobatic Adagio' at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, May 30, 1949.
1949
G-L-5 1896
G-L-6
 La Roche and Reinna, Latin American song and dance team
They appeared Nov. 28, 1949, at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1949
G-L-7 1951
G-L-8 November 20, 1944
G-L-9
 The La Toy Brothers, burlesque performers
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
1905
G-L-10 April 14, 1937
G-L-11 December 1, 1930
G-L-12
 The Levy Sisters, a vaudeville team.
Newsboy (photographer)
1890
G-L-13
 Tom Lewis and Sam Ryan who appeared in Little Johnny Jones
Miner (photographer)
Opened Mar. 4, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Inscribed by both performers.
1906
Life with Father
Possibly two different productions, in 1942 and 1946.
item
G-L-14
 A scene from the play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Percy Waram, Margalo Gilmore, and Partice Riardon.
1942
G-L-15 - G-L-16
A scene from the play
Vandamm (photographer)
GL15 includes Donald White, Raymond Moorehead, Murray Jordan, and Kris Jordan. GL16 includes Michael Janis (?), Viola Frayne, and Mary Dallas.
1946
item
G-L-17
 A scene from the Broadway play Life With Mother
Opened Oct. 20, 1948. Includes Howard Lindsey and Dorothy Stickney.
1948
G-L-18
 Theo Lightner and Dolly Jordan, a vaudeville team
Apeda (photographer)
Performed at the Empress Theater, Seattle. n.d. (ca. 1910-1915?).
G-L-19 October 18, 1925
G-L-20
 Dorothy Adams and Marion Clayton
Link-Tiffany (photographer)
Played the twins in the play Lilies of the Field. The Moroni Olsen players presented the play at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, opening Nov. 9, 1927.
1927
G-L-21 January 29, 1942
G-L-22
 The entire company in costume for the play The Limited Mail
Dewey (photographer)
Opened July 31, 1891, at the Seattle Opera House.
1891
G-L-23 1941
G-L-24 1912
G-L-25
 Portrait of the Liphams, an acrobatic act
John E. Reed (photographer)
Appeared in the stage show Laugh Town Laugh. The show opened Sept. 22, 1947, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1947
G-L-26
 A scene from the play The Little Foxes
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Tulluhah Bankhead, Charles Dingle, Carl Benton Reid, and Dan Duryea.
1940
G-L-27
 Girls in the chorus of Little Johnny Jones
Morrison (photographer)
Opened Mar. 4, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
G-L-28
 Portrait of Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth
White (photographer)
Appeared in the play Little Miss Fix It.
November 1911
G-L-29
 Costumed cast members of Little Puck
Opened Jan. 1, 1891, at the Seattle Opera House. Includes Frank Daniels.
1891
G-L-30
 John Young and Dorothy Brenner in the play Lo
Guttenstein (photographer)
Opened Oct. 24, 1909, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1909
G-L-31 October 6, 1925
G-L-32
 The Mardis Gras Girls in the play Louisiana Lou
White (photographer)
Opened Aug. 11, 1912, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1912
G-L-33 undated
G-L-34
 Vaudeville team Linnie Love and her cousin Harry Love
Moon and Wills (photographer)
Vaudeville team Linnie Love and her cousin Harry Love.
September 1911
Lover's Lane
Opened Mar. 11, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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G-L-35
 A scene from Act I with L.R. Stockwell
Marceau (photographer)
1903
G-L-36
 A scene from Act III
Marceau (photographer)
1903
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G-L-37 April 18, 1922
G-L-38
 Vaudeville team Nellie Luckie and Thomas Yoast
Apeda (photographer)
Performed Dec. 4, 1911, at the Empress Theater, Seattle.
1911
G-L-39
 Lyons and Cullum, a vaudeville act
De Youngs' (photographer)
Appeared at the Star Theater, in Oct. 1907.
1907
G-M-1 March 1916
G-M-2
 A scene from the film Macbeth
Includes Orson Welles (Macbeth) and Jeanette Nolan (Lady Macbeth).
1949
Madame Butterfly
1907 production, which opened Feb. 28, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, and a 1947 production.
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G-M-3 1907
G-M-4 1947
Madame Sherry
Opened April 9, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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G-M-5 1911
G-M-6 1911
The Magnificent Yankee, the Broadway production
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G-M-7
 A scene with Louis Calhern and Dorothy Gish
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
January 19, 1946
G-M-8
 A scene with Sylvia Field and Louis Calhern
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
1947
Vaudeville team Baron and Count Magri
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G-M-9
 Count and Baron Magri
Wilbur (photographer)
February 1907
G-M-10
 Baron and Count Magri
Wilbur (photographer)
February 1907
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G-M-11
 A scene from The Maid and the Mummy
Hall (photographer)
Opened Oct. 4, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
G-M-12
 Fentule and Radcliffe in Maloney's Wedding
Webster (photographer)
Opened Feb. 7, 1904, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
1904
G-M-13 - G-M-14
Chester Stratton, Frances Rowe and Maurice Evans in Man and Superman
"Eileen Darby, Graphic House, Inc." (photographer)
Barry (photographer)
Opened April 21, 1949, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1949
The Man From Home
Opened Jan. 16, 1910, at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle.
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G-M-15 1910
G-M-16
 Cast members from the play
De Lux (photographer)
Includes L to R: Charles D. Herman, Ricardo, Leonard Howe, Vaughn Fervore, Henry Hall, Harrington Reynolds, and Bertha Welby.
1910
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G-M-17 December 1904
The Man of the Hour
Possibly photographs from two different productions. The 1908 production opened January 5 at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
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G-M-18 December 1906
G-M-19
 A scene from Act I
White (photographer)
1908
The Man Who Came to Dinner
Possibly from two different productions.
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G-M-20 1941
G-M-21 December 11, 1941
G-M-22 December 11, 1941
G-M-23 1950
G-M-24 1950
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G-M-25 May 1906
G-M-26
 The Marco Twins, a vaudeville act
Morrison (photographer)
Performed at the Pantages Theater, Seattle.
February 5, 1915
G-M-27 1946
G-M-28
 Portrait of vaudeville team Jim and Irene Marlyn
Lumiere (photographer)
Performed at the Palace Hip Theater, Seattle.
1921
G-M-30
 Margaret Marriott and Ray Collins, a vaudeville team
Bushnell (photographer)
Performed at the Alhambra Theater, Seattle, in December 1912.
1912
G-M-31
 The Martin Sisters
Performed in International Revueat the Paramount Theater, Seattle, Sept. 27, 1934.
1934
G-M-32 - G-M-33
Edmund Lowe and Claire Carleton in the play Mary Had a Little Lamb
1948
G-M-34
 Richard Carle and members of the chorus from Mary's Lamb
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
Opened April 18, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1909
G-M-35
 Josephine Evarts and Stephen Mascogni of Mascagni's European Novelty Dancers
White (photographer)
Appeared at the Star Theater, Seattle.
September 1907
G-M-36
 The Will Mastin Trio featuring Sammy Davis Jr
They played at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Oct. 16, 1950.
1950
G-M-37
 Stage performers Mata and Hari
Bruno of Hollywood (photographer)
1949
G-M-38
 Vaudeville performers Mathews and Bulger
Bushnell (photographer)
1897
G-M-39
 The cast of the stage musical At Gay Coney Island
Morrison (photographer)
Starring Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger (both seated). Also including L to R: Joe Kane, Josie De Witt, William Gray, Bill Kellum, Jane Whitbeck, Tony Hart, Mat Heckert, Alice Montague, , , Jo
1896
G-M-40 1947
G-M-41
 Maye and Addis, a vaudeville team
Appeared at the Empress Theater, Seattle.
March 1914
G-M-42
 The Umbrella Girls chorus from The Mayor of Tokio
Opened Sept. 29, 1907, at the Seattle Theater.
1907
G-M-43
 Actors Caron and Herbert in McCarthy's Mishaps
Bushnell (photographer)
Opened Sept. 14, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1902
G-M-44
 Gerald McClaire and Baby Welburn
Seattle amateur juvenile performers who performed June 23, 1903, at the Christensen's Hall, Seattle.
1903
McFadden's Flats
Opened May 8, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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G-M-45
 The 'Vassar Girls' chorus
Curtiss (photographer)
1904
G-M-46
 The Exposition Four
Includes The Alexander Brothers and James B. Brady.
1904
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G-M-47
 Marie and Mary McFarland, vaudeville performers
Apeda (photographer)
Appeared at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
September 8, 1920
Blackface vaudeville team McIntyre and Heath
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G-M-48
 Costumed portrait of McIntyre and Heath
Hall (photographer)
Inscribed by both actors in March 1912.
February 1910
G-M-49
 McIntyre and Heath
Apeda (photographer)
March 1912
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G-M-50
 Teddie McNamara and Merle Parks
Juvenile comic opera performers.
April 1905
G-M-51
 The Melrose Troupe, a burlesque team
Appeared at the Seattle Theater with the Broadway Gaity Girls Company.
December 1905
G-M-52
 The Melroy Trio, a vaudeville team
Appeared at the Star Theater, Seattle.
May 1905
G-M-53
 A scene from the Broadway play The Member of the Wedding
Includes Julia Harris, Ethel Waters, and Brandon De Wilde.
1950
G-M-54 1932
G-M-55 - G-M-56
Portrait of Joe, Mary Lou, Ted, and Judd
GM55 is inscribed. GM56 dated 1944.
1942
The Merry Widow
These photos are from at least two different productions.
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G-M-57 September 1911
G-M-58
 Charles Meakins and Mabel Wilber in the operetta
Terkelson and Henry (photographer)
September 1911
G-M-59 1944
G-M-60 1945
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G-M-61
 Virginia Johnson and Joseph Griffin in the revue
Devised and staged by Frank Cambria of Publix Theaters.
March 3, 1928
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Presented by the Theatre Guild Shakespeare Company.
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G-M-62 1946
G-M-63
 Principle characters from the play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Gina Malo, Charles Coburn, and Jessie Royce Landis.
1946
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G-M-64
 A scene from a Seattle production of The Mikado
Heath (photographer)
Includes Ed Andrews, Theo Penninton, and Harry Pfeil.
August 15, 1922
G-M-65 1946
G-M-66
 The Mills Brothers, radio and screen singers
Appeared on the vaudeville stage at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, San. 30, 1950.
1950
G-M-67
 The Milo Twins
Charles L. Krug (photographer)
Performed as the 'Harmony Dudes' in the Big Top Frolics at the Palomar Theater, Seattle. Dated Aug. 22, (1950?)
Frank Milton and the De Long Sisters, a vaudeville trio
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G-M-68
 Frank Milton and the De Long Sisters
Hodson (photographer)
Appeared at the Star Theater, Seattle, in Aug. 1905. Inscription.
1905
G-M-69
 Frank Milton and the De Long Sisters in the skit 'The Constable'
Ely (photographer)
Autographed Sept. 8, 1913.
June 1906
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G-M-70 1951
G-M-71
 Stage entertainers Barbara and Dardy Moffett
John E. Reed (photographer)
October 28, 1943
G-M-72
 Blackface comedy team Molasses 'n' January
Edward H. Rehnquist (photographer)
July 11, 1936
G-M-73 November 9, 1931
G-M-74
 The Montynes, a vaudeville balancing act
Romaine (photographer)
Appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, April 18, 1949.
1949
G-M-75
 H. V. Esmond and Eva Moore
White (photographer)
Appeared on the New York stage in Eliza Comes to Stay, a play written by Esmond.
January 6, 1914
G-M-76
 Moran and Mack, vaudeville blackface performers
Billed as The Two Black Crows.
1928
G-M-77
 Radio singers the Morin Sisters of the program Sunset Dreams
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
L to R: Evelyn, Marge, and Pauline.
1936
G-M-78
 Paul Morton and Naomi Glass, a vaudeville team
Appeared at the Orpheum Theater, Seattle.
January 4, 1923
G-M-79 November 28, 1930
G-M-80
 The characters Lovey Mary and Little Tommy in a scene from Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch
Stanford (photographer)
Opened April 21, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
G-M-81
 Irene Dunne and Alec Guinness in a scene from the film The Mudlark
Played at the Fifth Ave nue Theater, Seattle.
1951
G-M-82
 A scene from The Mummy and the Humming Birdthat includes Paul Gilmore and Theodore Terry
C. A. Zimmerman (photographer)
Opened March 5, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
G-M-83
 Muriel and Francis, a vaudeville team
Muriel Window was originally from Seattle.
1913
G-M-84
 The acting team of Murray and Mack
Belden (photographer)
Inscribed.
February 1903
G-M-85 February 21, 1924
G-M-86
 The Murray Girls
Harringtron Smelser ? (photographer)
Evangeline Murray is at left. Act performed at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
March 30, 1921
G-M-87 - G-M-88
 Ed West and Jerry Sullivan as Mutt and Jeff
Terkelson and Henry (photographer)
They appeared at the Moore Theater, Seattle, opening Mar. 13, 1913.
1913
My Dear Children
At the Belasco Theater, N.Y.
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G-M-89
 Scenes from the New York Stage play
Left image includes John Barrymore and Patricia Walters. Right image includes Lois Hall and John Barrymore.
Two images printed side by side.
February 7, 1940
G-M-90
 A scene from the play
Includes John Barrymore and Roland Hogue.
February 15, 1940
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G-M-91
 A scene from My Sister Eileen
Lucas Studio (photographer)
At the Biltmore Theater, New York. Includes Morris Carnovsky and Jo Ann Sayers.
November 13, 1941
G-M-92
 John Drew and Billie Burke in My Wife
Sarony (photographer)
Opened June 1, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
My Wife's Family
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G-M-93
 Appleton and Perry
Marceau (photographer)
Dated April 1916.
1906
G-M-94
 A scene with Appleton and Perry
Opened Feb. 24, 1907, at the Seattle Theater.
1907
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G-M-95
 Myrtle Vail and Donna Damerel
H. A. Atwell (photographer)
Performers were Myrt and Marge of the CBS Wrigley Program.
November 2, 1931
G-M-29A
 The Marmein Sisters, vaudeville performers
De Haven (photographer)
Appeared at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1916
G-M-29B
 Max Figman and Ella Aubry, who appeared in The Marriage of Kitty
Sarony (photographer)
The play opened April 14, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
G-N-1
 Veve Morton and May Shaw
Erickson and Forseen (photographer)
Formed the burlesque team The New Century Girls. The performed at the Seattle Theater in April 1906.
1906
G-N-2
 May Craig and F.J. McCormick in a production of The New Gossoon
White (photographer)
Production by the Abbey Theatre Players.
1935
G-N-3
 Claude Douglas and Isabel King in New Moon
Art Jones (photographer)
1944
G-N-4 October 1905
G-N-5
 A portrait of Nick's Roller Skating Girls
Performed with the Kaufmann Troupe at the Empress Theater, Seattle.
December 29, 1912
G-N-6
 Portrait of Beth and Betty Dodge, New York stage dancers
Mitchell (photographer)
Appeared in A Night in Venice.
March 30, 1931
G-N-7
 A scene from the stage play No Time for Comedy
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Francis Lederer and Katharine Cornell.
December 28, 1939
No Traveler Returns
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G-N-8
 Ian Keith and Bela Lugosi in the stage play
Otto Rothschild (photographer)
1945
G-N-9
 Henritta Burnside and P. J. Kelly
Otto Rothschild (photographer)
1945
G-N-10
 Bela Lugosi and Karen Venge
Otto Rothschild (photographer)
1945
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G-N-12
 A scene from the stage play Nobody's Fool
White (photographer)
Played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes May Robson.
March 3, 1921
G-N-13 1948
G-O-1 -G-O-2
A scene from the stage play
Vandamm (photographer)
GO1 includes Dick Van Patten, Lynn Fontanne, Alfred Lunt, and Ann Lee. GO2 includes Lynn Fontanne as Olivia Brown and Alfred Lunt as Sir John Fletcher.
1948
G-O-3 - G-O-4
A scene from the stage play Obsession
John E. Reed (photographer)
Presented by Homer Curran in association with Lewis and Young. Includes Basil Rathbone and Eugenie Leontovich.
1946
G-O-5
 A scene from the New York stage play Oh, Brother!
Includes Hugh Herbert and Arleen Whelan.
June 26, 1945
G-O-6
 Stage dancers Luis and Josefina Ojeda
Performed with Mercado's Tipica Mexican Orchestra at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
December 4, 1936
Oklahoma
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G-O-7
 A scene from the stage play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Mary Hatcher and James Alexander (in surrey),and Mary Marlo (at right).
1946
G-O-8
 A scene from the stage play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Mary Marlo, James Alexander, and Mary Hatcher.
1946
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G-O-9
 A scene from the stage play Old Jed Prouty
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
Opened Nov. 24, 1903, at the Seattle Theater. Includes Robert Craig and Lillian Lippman. Inscription by both actors.
1903
G-O-10 July 5, 1935
G-O-11
 Tony Bredice and Joan Olsen, vaudeville dancers
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Known as the 'Swing Stylists.' They performed at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Dec. 9, 1946.
1946
Vaudeville act Olsen and Johnson
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G-O-12 1926
G-O-13
 Vaudeville performers Olsen and Johnson
Ole Olsen (right) and Chic Johnson (left).
May 24, 1931
Olympia Opera Company
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G-O-14
 Six Olympia Opera Company members
C. B. Moore (photographer)
December 1903
G-O-15
 Olympia Opera Company Girls
C. B. Moore (photographer)
Performed at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
March 1904
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G-O-16
 Actors Bernice Berwin, J. Anthony Smythe, and Kathleen Wilson
From the radio feature show One Man's Family.
November 18, 1934
One Night in June
Opened Feb. 21, 1904, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
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G-O-17 1904
G-O-18
 William J. Holmes and Grace Turner
Baker (photographer)
1904
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G-O-19
 A scene from the Broadway play One Touch of Venus
Includes Ruth Bond and John Boles.
October 10, 1943
G-O-20
 The Four Onetti Sisters, vaudeville performers
Harris (photographer)
Appeared at the Coliseum Theater, Seattle.
1908
The Only Girl
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G-O-21
 Margia Dean, Cay Forester, and Patricia Lynn
John E. Reed (photographer)
Dean as Birdie Martin, Forester as Margaret Ayre, and Patricia Lynn as Jane McMurray.
November 21, 1945
G-O-22
 A scene with Richard Dennis and Margia Dean
John E. Reed (photographer)
November 21, 1945
G-O-23
 A scene
Franklin Boruszak (photographer)
Includes L to R: an understudy, Robert Paquin, Patricia Lynn, Henry Reese, and James Dale.
1945
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G-O-24
 A scene from the stage play Othello
Played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Sonia Sorel and John Carradine.
November 19, 1943
G-O-25
 Bessie Burnes and Ruth Meech who appeared in Our New Minister
White (photographer)
The play opened Nov. 20, 1910, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1910
G-O-26
 The principle characters from the stage play Overnight
Opened May 19, 1912, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Francine Larrimore, Ada Sterling, Tom Emory, and Sam Hardy.
1912
G-P-1 1943
G-P-2
 A scene from Paid in Full
White (photographer)
Opened Nov. 1, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
G-P-3 June 8, 1913
G-P-4
 Aufortas and the Knights of the Holy Grail in Parsifal
Opened Oct. 10, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
G-P-5
 Nance O'Neill in The Passion Flower
Ira D. Schwarz (photographer)
Date stamped Jan. 20, 1922.
December 5, 1921
The Passion Play
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G-P-6
 The Road to Golgotha scene
Includes Josef Meier.
1947
G-P-7 1947
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G-P-8 - G-P-9
Johnny Patrick and Helen Troy
Johnny Patrick and Helen Troy as the radio characters Cecil and Sally. Date stamped July 19, 1933.
1933
G-P-10
 The Paulist Choristers, a boy choir
Morrison (photographer)
1918
G-P-11
 Poster advertising Corse Payton and His Merry Company
Wallace Studio (photographer)
A postcard-sized reproduction of a publicity poster. Includes photos of Corse Payton and Etta Reed.
1910
G-P-12 December 1906
G-P-13
 A scene from the New York stage play The Perfect Marriage
Includes Miriam Hopkins and Victor Jory.
October 27, 1944
G-P-14 November 2, 1940
G-P-15 July 11, 1935
G-P-16
 Steve and Sally Phillips, vaudeville dancers
Boris Bakchy (photographer)
Performed in Youth Steps Outat the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
December 16, 1946
G-P-17
 Pickert and Whippler, a vaudeville team
Performed at the Alcazar Theater, Seattle.
September 1904
G-P-18
 The Pied Pipers, Victor recording artists
Sid Aver (photographer)
Appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Jan. 2, 1950.
1950
G-P-19 March 1906
G-P-20
 A scene from a Boston stage production of Pilate's Daughter
Includes Eunice Murphy (holding flower), Rose Kelley (mother), and Marjorie Collins (child).
March 5, 1946
Pirates of Penzance
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G-P-21 1943
G-P-22 1947
G-P-23 1948
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G-P-24
 Eileen Crowe and F. J. McCormick of the Abbey Theater Players
White (photographer)
Played in The Plough and the Stars.
April 28, 1935
G-P-25
 Daphne Pollard and Leah Lirchner in The Geisha
Ying Cheong (photographer)
Opened April 26, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
The Pollard Opera Company
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G-P-26 1902
G-P-27
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G-P-28
 Vaudeville performers Pope and Knight
White (photographer)
Appeared at the Star Theater, Seattle.
September 1907
G-P-29 February 1924
G-P-30
 Creston Clarke and Irene Oshier in The Power that Governs
Opened April 5, 1908, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1908
G-P-31
 George Primrose and Lew Dockstader of Primrose Minstrels
C. F. Hunger and Co (photographer)
Appeared at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, beginning Dec. 16, 1909.
1909
G-P-32
 The Three Claudias from the play The Prince Chap
Opened Sept. 15, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Beryl and Helen Pullman and Gertrude Barrett.
1907
G-P-33
 Chorus girls from the play The Prince of Pilsen
Opened April 6, 1913, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1913
G-P-34
 Bathing girls with Henry Woodruff in The Prince of Tonight
Guttenstein (photographer)
Opened May 8, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1910
The Princess Chic
Opened Feb. 21, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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G-P-35
 Members of the chorus
Bushnell (photographer)
1902
G-P-36
 The four comedians
Includes L to R: Walter Lawrence, Thomas Leary, Ed Metcalfe, and Neil McNeil.
1902
Private Lives
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G-P-37 1948
G-P-38 1948
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G-P-39
 A scene from an Abbey Theater Company production of Professor Tim
Includes Arthur Shields and Maureen Delaney.
January 21, 1932
G-R-1
 The Rainy City Jazz Band of Seattle
Performed on stage at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, on Nov. 13, 1950.
1950
G-R-2 1910
G-R-3
 Ruby Raymond and Mabel Hawthorne
Hall (photographer)
Appeared in the play My Wife's Familyat the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle. Dated April 1916.
1906
G-R-4
 Portrait of the Raynore Family, stage actors
Performed with the Taylor Stock Company. The show opened June 4, 1905, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle. Inscribed Aug. 27, 1905.
1905
Rebecca
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G-R-5
 A scene from the stage play
Includes Diana Barrymore and Barnwell Fletcher.
1945
G-R-6
 A scene from the stage play
John E. Reed (photographer)
Includes Ethel Griffies and Branwell Fletcher.
1945
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
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G-R-7
 Some of the members of the cast
Opened April 14, 1912, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1912
G-R-8
 A scene from the play
White (photographer)
Opened April 14, 1912, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Ursula St. George and Alfred Hudson, Jr.
1912
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G-R-9 April 1909
G-R-10
 A scene from The Regeneration
Opened Ap. 25, 1909, at the Seattle Theater.
1909
G-R-11
 The Renee Sisters Revue
Repro Celebrity (photographer)
Vaudeville performers on stage at the Pantages Theater, Seattle.
December 22, 1924
G-R-12
 Earle and Michell, vaudeville acrobats
Performed their act 'Rhythm on the Roll' at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Oct. 23, 1950.
1950
Rice and Cady, burlesque comedians
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G-R-13
 Rice and Cady
Mojonier (photographer)
Performed with the Casino Company in Weberfields Burlesque at the Seattle Theater opening May 8, 1904. Inscribed by both actors, Nov. 14, 1908.
1904
G-R-14
 Charles Rice and Fred Cady
Apeda (photographer)
Dated Sept. 1911.
1904
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G-R-15 August 26, 1932
G-R-16
 A scene from Rip Van Winkle
Opened Nov. 24, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Thomas Jefferson with George Robinson, Edith Taliaferro, Gertrude Robinson, Mamie Robinson, and Mabel Taliaferro.
1904
G-R-17
 A scene from The Rising of the Moon
Abbey Theater Company production at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Michael J. Dolan and F. J. McCormick.
1932
G-R-18 December 1908
G-R-19 1908
G-R-20 August 1907
G-R-21
 The Robinson Twins, featured dancers with Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra
Bloom (photographer)
Includes Florence Robinson.
1942
G-R-22
 The Roby Dells who performed in the Flying Ballet
John E. Reed (photographer)
Ballet performed at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, Aug. 7, 1950.
1950
The Rogers Brothers in London
Opened May 22, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
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G-R-23 1904
G-R-24
 The Drummer Girls of the company
Hall (photographer)
1904
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G-R-25
 The Rolland Twins, vaudeville singers
James J. Kriegsmann (photographer)
Performed at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, July 10, 1950.
1950
G-R-26
 A scene from the play A Romance of Athlone
Tweet (photographer)
Opened June 4, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Chauncey Olcott and Louise Marselli.
1904
The Romig Twins, a burlesque team
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G-R-27
 The Romig Twins, a burlesque team
Davies (photographer)
Performed at the New Tivoli Theater, Seattle. Inscribed by both performers on Feb. 21, 1925.
November 1913
G-R-28
 Burlesque team Della and Stella, the Romig Twins
Davies (photographer)
Performed at the New Tivoli Theater, Seattle.
January 18, 1914
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G-R-29 1948
G-R-30 January 1906
G-R-31 1943
G-R-32 1936
G-R-33
 The Rossow Midgets, vaudeville performers
Feinberg (photographer)
Inscribed Feb. 16, 1914.
February 1910
G-R-34
 A scene from the Klaw and Erlanger production of The Round-Up
Walinger (photographer)
Opened April 17, 1910, at the Moore Theater, Seattle. Includes Maclyn Arbuckle as 'Slim' Hoover and Paula Gloy as Polly Hope.
1910
G-R-35
 The chorus of the play The Royal Chef
Coover (photographer)
Opened Nov. 24, 1907, at the Seattle Theater.
1907
G-R-36
 Annie Russell and Mrs. W. A. Gilbert
Appeared together in A Royal Family. The photo was taken the day before Mrs. Gilbert's death.
June 1907
Rudolph and Adolph
Opened Nov. 8, 1903, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
item
G-R-37
 Chorus members from the play
Dealy Foto (photographer)
1903
G-R-38
 Principal cast members
Bushnell (photographer)
Includes Charles A. Mason, Bessie Phillips, and Harry Price. Inscribed by all.
1903
item
G-R-39
 Members of Pollard's Lillipution Opera Company in the play The Runaway Girl
Opened April 16, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Daphne Pollard (right), Teddie McNamara, and Olivia Moore.
1905
G-S-1 November 2, 1932
Salomy Jane
Opened Sept. 8, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-S-2 1907
G-S-3 April 1909
item
G-S-4
 Members of the 'Sandy Bottom' travelling company
Includes Allan Hampton, (manager), Maurice Whish, James Jackson, W. A. Adams, George M. Lee, Ed Thropp, Jake Leiberman, John McGinns, Jason Ludlaw, Mattie Edwards, Jessie French, and Mamie Holden.
1911
The San Francisco Opera Company
item
G-S-5
 Members of the chorus
James and Bushnell (photographer)
Includes Ruby Norton (lowest), Gene Ormande (at her right above), and Frieda Wisher (center).
1906
G-S-6
 Dancers from the company
Bushnell (photographer)
Opera company appeared at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, July 1907. Includes Gene Ormande (right of center row) and Ruby Norton (center of bottom row).
1907
item
G-S-7
 A Seattle singing quartet who appeared in Santiagoat the Grand Opera House, Seattle
Dingman (photographer)
Includes L to R: R. G. Patterson (tenor), Gene Huckins (baritone), and W. G. Setson (bass).
February 1904
G-S-8 November 28, 1930
G-S-9
 A scene from Gus Edwards' vaudeville production School Days
This is a 1939 reproduction of a 1906 photograph.
1906
G-S-10 1910
G-S-11 1944
G-S-12
 Noted playwrights Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Selwyn
Davis and Sanford (photographer)
November 16, 1911
G-S-13
 A scene from The Senator Keeps House
White (photographer)
Opened Mar. 30, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes William H. Crane and Lorraine Frost.
1913
G-S-14 December 6, 1923
G-S-15 December 10, 1944
G-S-16
 Andrew Leigh and Daphne Heard as Mr. Hardcastle and Kate in She Stoops to Conquer
Pollard Crowther (photographer)
The play was performed by Sir Barry Jackson's Birmingham Players at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
February 15, 1932
G-S-17 1891
G-S-18
 Robert Young and Moroni Olsen Robert in a scene from The Ship
Presented by the Moroni Olsen Repertory Company at Meany Hall, Seattle, Oct. 17, 1930.
1930
Two productions of Shore Acres
item
G-S-19
 A scene with Bert Flansburg and Marion Cullen
Baker Art Gallery (photographer)
Opened Nov. 9, 1902, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1902
G-S-20
 A scene with James Galloway and Atkins Lawrence
Marceau (photographer)
Opened Dec. 4, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
Show Boat
item
G-S-21
 Sammy White and Clare Aloen in the stage musical
"Eileen Darby, Graphic House, Inc." (photographer)
1948
G-S-22 1948
The Silver Slipper
Opened April 14, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-S-23 1904
G-S-24 1904
The Silver Whistle
item
G-S-25 1950
G-S-26 1950
item
G-S-27 May 1913
G-S-28
 A scene from RKO Radio's Sing Your Worries Away
Includes Patsy Kelly and Bert Lahr.
1942
The Siren
The play opened at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, on Feb. 23, 1913.
item
G-S-29 1913
G-S-30
 Three cast members
Includes Donald Brian and Julia Sanderson (right).
1913
item
G-S-31 1950
G-S-32
 Characters from the Broadway stage play The Skin of Our Teeth
Includes Tallulah Bankhead with Rene Bufano as the dinosaur (at left) and Andrew Ratoucheff as the mammoth (at right).
1943
G-S-33
 Vaudeville comedy headliners the Slate Brothers
Murray Korman (photographer)
1949
Sleep It Off
item
G-S-34 1948
G-S-35 1948
item
G-S-36 1904
G-S-37
 A scene from the play The Sleeping Partner
White (photographer)
Played at the Meteroplitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Edna Goodrich and H. B. Warner.
October 14, 1920
G-S-38 1945
G-S-39
 A scene from the stage play Something Tells Me
White (photographer)
Played at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes May Robson, Lillian Harner, Edith Conrad, and Walter Ayers. (One of these has been cut out of picture.)
February 22, 1925
G-S-40
 Girls in the 'Song of the Cities' from The Prince of Pilsen
Opened Oct. 22, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes a Seattle girl, Ida Stanhope (standing at the extreme right).
1903
Sons o' Fun
item
G-S-41
 June Johnson and Steve Olsen
Murray Korman (photographer)
Appeared in Olsen and Johnson's Sons o' Funat the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, beginning May 7, 1944.
1944
G-S-42
 Frank Libuse and Margot Brander
Murray Korman (photographer)
Performed in Olsen and Johnson's 'Sons o' Fun' at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle, beginning May 7, 1944.
1944
item
G-S-43 1946
G-S-44
 William Faversham and Viola Allen in Sowing the Wind
Opened Dec. 2, 1898, at the Seattle Theater. Inscribed by Faversham April 25, 1912.
1895
Two productions of The Spring Maid
item
G-S-45
 A scene with Mizzi Hajos and Thomas C.
White (photographer)
This production opened Nov. 5, 1911, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1911
G-S-46
 Mizzi Hajos and George Leon Moore in the1912 production
Guttenstein (photographer)
Production opened June 20, 1912, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
1912
item
G-S-47
 Some cast members of the play Springtime for Henryat the Cirque Playhouse
Includes Dean Goodman, Lori Lanegger, Eleanor Potterud, and Norman Handy.
1950
G-S-48 February 15, 1927
G-S-49
 The Stagg McMann Trio, harmonica recording artists
Appeared Jan. 1, 1951, at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1951
G-S-50 - G-S-51
A scene from the stage play State of the Union
GS50 includes Irene Hervey, Conrad Nagel, and Henry O'Neill. GS51 includes Conrad Nagel, Forrest Orr, and Irene Hervey.
1946
G-S-52
 Five of the chorus girls with the Stewart Opera Company
Performed at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
August 1906
The Storks
Opened Nov. 29, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-S-53 1903
G-S-54 1903
G-S-55
 The Grape Gathers
Coover (photographer)
1903
item
G-S-56
 The Stradivarius Quartet
Apeda (photographer)
Inscribed by all four members on May 13, 1939.
1939
G-S-57
 A scene from the New York stage play The Stranger
Includes Perry Wilson, Eduard Franz, and Alfred Hesse.
February 19, 1945
A Streetcar Named Desire
item
G-S-58
 A scene from the stage play
"Eileen Darby, Graphic House, Inc." (photographer)
1949
G-S-59
 A scene from the stage play
Includes Judith Evelyn, Eulabelle Moore, and Peggy Rea.
1949
item
G-S-60
 The Goo Goo Girls in The Strollers
James and Bushnell (photographer)
Opened May 28, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1906
The Student Prince
Probably two productions represented by these photos.
item
G-S-61 1944
G-S-62 1944
G-S-63 1944
G-S-64 1946
item
G-S-65 1950
The Sultan of Sulu
Two productions represented. The first opened Jan. 29, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. The 1909 production was by the Ferris Hartman Opera Company, and opened June 20, 1909 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
item
G-S-66
 The four Boston Schoolma'ams in the musical
Bushnell (photographer)
Includes Octavia Broske (upper right).
1905
G-S-67 1905
G-S-68 1909
item
G-S-69 - G-S-70
A scene from a production of Summer and Smoke
Production by the Actor's Company. GS69 includes Dorothy McGuire and John Ireland. GS70 includes Dorothy McGuire and John Mantley.
1950
G-S-71
 Charles A. Murray and Ollie Mack in The Sunny Side of Broadway
Opened Dec. 6, 1908, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1908
G-S-72
 A scene from the play Sweet Cloverwith Otis B. Thayer (left) and Gertrude Bondhill
Bushnell (photographer)
Opened Sept. 21, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
G-S-73 1951
G-S-74 June 11, 1927
G-T-1 December 29, 1942
G-T-2 1952
G-T-3
 Bessie Holbrook and Reina Swift, two members of the chorus in The Tattooed Man
Hall (photographer)
Opened Feb. 9, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
G-T-4
 Laurette Taylor and small child
Miner (photographer)
June 1905
G-T-5
 The Vallore Sisters in The Telephone Girl
Feinberg's Studio (photographer)
The play opened Dec. 21, 1902, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
1902
G-T-6
 A scene from Ten Little Indians
Opened Aug. 5, 1945, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes Toni Gilman, Robert Warwick, and Lillian Foster.
1945
The Tenderfoot
Probably two different productions: one opened Nov. 20, 1904 at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. One was a Ferris Hartman Company production at the the Grand Opera House, Seattle, probably in 1907.
item
G-T-7 1904
G-T-8
 The Texas Rangers in the 1904 production
Bushnell (photographer)
1904
G-T-9 April 1907
item
G-T-10
 Advertisement for Tennessee's Pardner
Miner (photographer)
Black and white post card-sized reproduction of a poster advertising the Arthur C. Aiston company production. The show opened Oct. 25, 1903, at the Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
1903
G-T-11
 The Texas Rangers, western singing stars of radio, stage, and screen
Howdy L. Williams (photographer)
They appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, on Nov. 22, 1948.
1948
G-T-12
 Three characters from A Texas Steer
Bushnell (photographer)
Opened Sept. 11, 1904, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1904
Thanks for My Wife, the stage play
item
G-T-13 - G-T-14
Sheila Bromley, Alan Dinehart, Lyle Talbot and Glenda Farrell in the play
Gerald P. Beaudin (photographer)
January 25, 1940
G-T-15 January 25, 1940
item
G-T-16
 James R. Harvey as Mozart and Mildred McMullen Eyman as Mme. Lange in The Theater Manager
S. Walters of Walters Studio (photographer)
Produced by the Pacific Northwest Opera Intime, May 19, 1933.
1933
G-T-17 December 20, 1928
G-T-18
 The Three Chords, instrumental impersonators
Appeared with the Major Bowes Unit.
December 7, 1938
G-T-19
 Radio singers The Three Debutantes
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Includes Marjorie Briggs, Betty Noyes, and Dottie Compton.
1936
Three Is a Family
item
G-T-20 November 24, 1944
G-T-21
 A scene from the stage play
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
Includes L to R: Robert Burton, Dorothy Jackson, and Una Merkel.
1944
item
G-T-22
 Three Loose Nuts and a Bolt
Vaudeville headline act which performed Jan. 23, 1950 at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1950
Three Men on a Horse
Opened Sept. 2, 1935, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
G-T-23
 A scene from the stage play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Percy Kilbride and Elaine Temple, members of the New York cast.
1935
G-T-24
 A scene from the stage play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes several members of the New York cast: Edward Craven, Percy Kilbride, and Muriel Campbell.
1935
item
G-T-25
 Colleano, O'Donnell, and Smith, stage comics known as the Three Nit Wits
John E. Reed (photographer)
Performed at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1946
G-T-26 1945
G-T-27 1947
G-T-28
 A vaudeville team known as The Three Sydneys
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
October 7, 1946
Three Twins
The show opened Oct. 3, 1909, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
item
G-T-29 1909
G-T-30
 Victor Morley and Bessie Clifford in the show
Terkelson and Henry (photographer)
1909
item
G-T-31
 Portrait of Count Primo Magri, Countess M. Lavinia Magri (formerly Mrs. General Tom Thumb) and Baron E. Magri
Patterson and Shimmin ? (photographer)
They performed at the Star Theater, Seattle, opening Dec. 11, 1905.
1905
G-T-32
 Dancers David Tihmar and Dorothy Jarnac
Inscribed July 12, 1939.
1939
The Time, the Place and the Girl
Probably two different performances.
item
G-T-33 December 1907
G-T-34
 Cast members from The Time, the Place and the Girl
Opened December 18, 1910, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1910
item
G-T-35
 Portrait of the Aaron Sisters, a singing trio
Appeared in the Tin Typesstage revue.
November 14, 1931
Tivoli Opera Company
item
G-T-36
 Three members of the Tivoli Opera Company
Includes: Ferris Hartman (left), Teddy Webb (center), and Harry Cashman.
September 1902
G-T-37
 Members of the Tivoli Opera Company chorus
Probably The Toymakerat the Seattle Theater.
September 1901
G-T-38
 The Tivoli Theater Company chorus
Davies (photographer)
March 1914
Tobacco Road
item
G-T-39
 A scene from the stage play
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
Includes Merryl Boyden, Vinnie Phillips, William Bishop, Sara Perry, Robert Rose, Sandra Johnson, Dick Lee, and John Barton.
1941
G-T-40
 A scene from the stage play
Lucas-Pritchard (photographer)
Includes Sara Perry and John Barton.
November 6, 1941
Tomorrow the World
Opened in Seattle, June 12, 1944.
item
G-T-41 1944
G-T-42
 A scene with Paul McGrath
H. A. Atwell Studio (photographer)
1944
item
G-T-43
 A scene from the New York stage play Too Hot for Maneuvers
Includes Helen Reynolds, Richard Arlen, and Eve McVeagh.
May 4, 1945
G-T-44
 A scene from The Toreador
Hall (photographer)
Opened Nov. 22, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1903
G-T-45
 The Toreador Trio who appeared in Hop Fund Bill
Erickson and Forseen (photographer)
October 1905
G-T-46
 The Townsmen Trio, vaudeville comedy singers and instrumentalists
Appeared at the Palomar Theater, Seattle, March 13, 1950.
1950
The Toymaker
Opened Sept. 8, 1901, at the Seattle Theater.
item
G-T-47
 A scene with Teddy Webb and Annie Myers of the Tivoli Opera Company
Bushnell (photographer)
Inscribed by Webb on Mar. 1, 1924.
1901
G-T-48
 Several members of the cast
Mojonier (photographer)
Includes L to R: Oliver Senior, Frank Fogarty, Ferris Hartman, and Walter DeLeon of the Tivoli Opera Company.
1901
G-T-49
 Members of the Tivoli Opera Company who appeared in the production at the Seattle Theater opening
Bushnell (photographer)
Iincludes Maude French (left), Mabel Hilliard (center), and Josie Davis.
1901
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine
The show opened Nov. 9, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle.
item
G-T-50
 Cast members
Includes W. S. Hart and Charlotte Walker (couple standing right of center).
1913
G-T-51 - G-T-52 1913
item
G-T-53 1947
G-T-54
 Principle cast members of the film Tripoli
A. L. Whitey Schafer (photographer)
Includes John Payne, Maureen O'Hara, Howard Da Silva and Philip Read.
1950
G-T-55 1945
G-T-56
 Linda Darnell and Cornell Wilde
Appeared in the film Two Flags Westat the Coluseum Theater, Seattle.
1950
G-T-57
 The Lamb Children, who appeared inTwo Little Waifs
Hormig (photographer)
Show opened May 25, 1902 at Third Avenue Theater, Seattle.
1902
The Two Mrs. Carrolls
Probably two different productions, one in 1943 and one in 1946.
item
G-T-58 August 11, 1943
G-T-59 1946
G-T-60 1946
item
G-T-61
 A scene from The Tyranny of Tears
Sarony (photographer)
Opened Jan. 21, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes Paul Gilmore (second from right).
1903
G-U-1
 Three actresses from Under Southern Skies
Studio Grand (photographer)
Opened Sept. 14, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
G-U-2
 A scene from the stage play Up in Central Park
Includes Fred Barry and Betty Bruce of the Broadway cast.
February 5, 1945
G-V-1
 The Pendleton Sisters who appeared in The Vanderbilt Cup
Mojonier (photographer)
Opened Nov. 17, 1907, at the Seattle Theater.
1907
Dancers Veloz and Yolanda
item
G-V-2
 Dancers Veloz and Yolanda
Maurice Seymour (photographer)
Inscribed April 19, 1941.
1941
G-V-3
 Dancers Veloz and Yolanda
Hurrell (photographer)
1942
item
G-V-4
 Irene Vermillion in her vaudeville headline musical act Cavalcade of Rhythm
Frederic-Thomas (photographer)
The show opened March 17, 1947, at the Palomar Theater, Seattle.
1947
G-V-5
 Werner Bateman as Prince Albert and Helen Hayes as Queen Victoria in Victoria Regina
Vandamm (photographer)
Played at the Metroplolitan Theater, Seattle.
April 29, 1938
G-V-6 1945
The Voice of the Turtle
item
G-V-7
 A scene from the stage play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Marcia Walter and Boyd Crawford.
1946
G-V-8
 A scene from the stage play
Vandamm (photographer)
Includes Phyliss Ryder and Boyd Crawford.
1946
item
G-V-9
 The Vokes Family
Includes Fawden, Rosina, Victoria, Jessie, and Fred.
1889
G-W-1
 Herman Wainura, Alice Manning and dancers in a vaudeville act
Beau Studio (photographer)
Act was part of the Pantages Road Show.
September 1, 1922
G-W-2
 The Waldron Brothers, German comedians
White (photographer)
Appeared at the Empire Park Theater, Seattle.
September 1904
G-W-3
 Actors Henry B. Walthall and Lionel Barrymore
Actors are working out a scene from the film The Devil's Dollshortly before Walthall's death.
1936
G-W-4
 A scene from Way Down East
Moore (photographer)
Opened Feb. 16, 1901, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
Includes Eddie Heron and Bob Fisher.
1901
G-W-5 1928
G-W-6 1904
G-W-7
 Comedians West and Vack
Davies (photographer)
Appeared at the Lois Theater, Seattle.
June 1911
G-W-8 1947
G-W-9
 The comedians with W. H. West's Minstrels
Bushnell (photographer)
Appeared at the Grand Opera House, Seattle, opening Jan. 13, 1905.
1905
G-W-10
 A group from The Wheels of Love
White (photographer)
Opened March 15, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
Includes Paul Gilmore (fourth from left).
1908
G-W-11 December 26, 1931
G-W-12
 Vaudeville performers Whelan and Searles
De Youngs' (photographer)
May 1907
G-W-13
 W. T. and W. P. Carleton
Klauber Studio (photographer)
Appeared in When Johnny Comes Marching HomeThe show opened Jan. 4, 1906, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1905
G-W-14
 Francis Wilson in a scene from Act I of When Knights Were Bold
Sarony (photographer)
Opened March 21, 1908, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1908
G-W-15
 Harry Beresford and Helen Beresford in Who's Your Friend
Hall (photographer)
Opened March 28, 1909, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1909
G-W-16 September 28, 1918
G-W-17 1948
G-W-18 September 1901
G-W-19 November 17, 1943
G-W-20
 A scene from the stage play The Wingless Victory
Includes members of the Broadway cast Katherine Cornell and Helen Zelinskaya.
December 27, 1936
The Winslow Boy
item
G-W-21 1948
G-W-22 1948
item
G-W-23 May 1902
G-W-24
 English stage actor Sir Charles Wyndham with his wife Mary Moore
Bain News Service (photographer)
Date Stamped April 1, 1916.
March 22, 1916
G-W-25 1889
G-Y-1
 Three members of the chorus in Yankee Girl
Sykes (photographer)
Opened May 25, 1911, at the Moore Theater, Seattle.
1911
G-Y-2
 Chorus members from A Yankee Touristincluding Bertha Mills (left)
Opened May 5, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
G-Y-3
 A scene from the stage play You and I
Ford Studio (photographer)
Includes Summer Cobb, Janet Young, and Dorothy Adams.
February 22, 1925
G-Y-4
 A scene from the Broadway play You Touched Me
Includes Catherine Willard, Mariamme Stewart, Montgomery Clift, and Edmund Gwenn.
September 29, 1945
G-Y-5
 Ollie Young and Brother
Morrison (photographer)
Performed their hoop rolling act with a minstrel show.
December 1902
G-Z-1
 Milt and Maude Wood in Zig Zag Alley
Bushnell (photographer)
May 1902
G-Z-2
 Frances Grey and dancers with the Zinn Travesty Company
Davies (photographer)
Appeared at the Seattle Theater, Dec. 1906.
1906
G-Z-3
 Dancers from Zinn's Travesty Company in 'A Japanese Courtship'
Davies (photographer)
Dancers from Zinn's Travesty Company in 'A Japanese Courtship,' which they performed at the Lyric Theater, Seattle. Date Ap. 1907.
1907

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Container(s) Description Dates
item
J*OGD-H-1
 Two separate portraits of James McIntyre and T. K. Heath
Harris and Ewing (photographer)
Mounted on board and inscribed by both actors. The two appeared in The Ham Tree, which opened Feb. 17, 1907, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
1907
J*OGD-O-2 August 1909
J*OGD-P-7
J*OGD-R-4
 A group of players from A Romance of Athlone
Opened June 4, 1905, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle.
Includes L to R: Louise Maselli, Olive White, Chauncey Olcott, Richard Malchem, and Matt B. Snyder.
1905
J*OSC-36 1893
J*OSF-8
 Maude Fealy
Aime Dupont (photographer)
1907
J*OSF-20
 Al Franks, comedian and burlesque show manager
Appeared with the Century Musical Company in Sept. 1914.
1914
J*OSF-21
T. Daniel Frawley
Otto Sarony (photographer)
J*OSG-25 1907
J*OSH-33
Adelade Herrmann
Otto Sarony Company (photographer)
J*OSH-34
 Leon Herrmann
Moore (photographer)
1902
J*OSL-22 1912
J*OSM-13
 Maleyn Marshall
Gehrig (photographer)
1908
J*OSM-50 1892
J*OSM-51 1892
J*OSO-13
 Bert O'Swan
"Gibson, Sykes, and Fowler" (photographer)
1910
J*OSR-18
 Thomas D. Richards
Gilbert and Bacon (photographer)
Inscribed.
1912
J*OSR-38
 Mina Rudolph
Otto Sarony Co (photographer)
1904
J*OSR-39
 Flora Bonfanti Russell
Selby Studio (photographer)
Inscribed.
1919
J*OSS-34
 Marguerite Snow in the play The College Widow
C.H. Collins (photographer)
1907

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M-1939-6 1939
M-1939-7 1939
M-1939-8 1939
M-1939-9 1939
M-1940-1 1940
M-1940-2 1940
M-1940-3 1940
M-1940-4 1940
M-1940-5 1940
M-1940-6 1940
M-1940-7 1940
M-1940-8 1940
M-1940-9 1939
M-1941-1 1941
M-1941-2 1941
M-1941-3 1941
M-1941-4 1941
M-1941-5 1941
M-1941-6 1941
M-1941-7 1941
M-1941-8 1941
M-1941-9 1940
M-1942-1 1941
M-1942-2 1942
M-1942-3 1942
M-1942-4 1942
M-1942-5 1942
M-1942-6 1942
M-1942-7 1942
M-1942-8 1942
M-1942-9 1942
M-1943-1 1943
M-1943-2 1943
M-1943-3 1943
M-1943-4 1942
M-1943-5 1943
M-1943-6 1943
M-1943-7 1943
M-1943-8 1943
M-1943-9 1943
M-1944-1 1944
M-1944-2 1944
M-1944-3 1944
M-1944-4 1944
M-1944-5 1944
M-1944-6 1944
M-1944-7 1944
M-1944-8 1944
M-1944-9 1944
M-1945-1 1945
M-1945-2 1945
M-1945-3 1945
M-1933-43 - M-1933-4
Second Hand Wife
1932
M-1933-45 1933
M-1933-46 1933
M-1933-47 1933
M-1933-48 1933
M-1933-49 - M-1933-50
42nd Street
1933
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Night Flight
1933
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Master of Men
1933
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1933
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Secret of the Blue Room
1933
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Artists and Models Abroad
1938
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Racket Busters
1938
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Algiers
1938
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Gold Is Where You Find It
1938
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 Ivy
1947
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 The Detective
The Detective IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE ON VIDEODISC DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS BY COLUMBIA PICTURES.
1954
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Love Is a Many Splendored Thing
1955
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 End of the Affair
End of the Affair IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE ON VIDEODISC DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS BY COLUMBIA PICTURES.
1955
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 My Sister Eileen
My Sister Eileen IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE ON VIDEODISC DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS BY COLUMBIA PICTURES.
1955
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Quentin Durward
1955
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 A scene from Don Juan
The first motion picture with sound. Includes John Barrymore and Mary Astor.
1926
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1930
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The Millionaire
1931
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Impatient Maiden
1932
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Lady and Gent
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Island of Lost Souls
1932
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Rasputin and the Empress
1933
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 Reunion in Vienna
John Miehle (photographer)
1933
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The House of Rothschild
1934
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East Meets West
1936
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Sutter's Gold
1936
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A. L. Whitey Schafer (photographer)
1946
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 The Fuller Brush Girl
IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE ON VIDEODISC DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS BY COLUMBIA PICTURES.
1950
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 The Magic Face
IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE ON VIDEODISC DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS BY COLUMBIA PICTURES.
1951
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 Assignment Paris
IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE ON VIDEODISC DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS BY COLUMBIA PICTURES.
1952
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 The Miami Story
IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE ON VIDEODISC DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS BY COLUMBIA PICTURES.
1954
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The Fair Co-ed
1927
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Lights of Old Broadway
1927
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The Red Mill
1927
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Tillie, the Toiler
1927
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The Big Parade
1927
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Telling The World
1928, 1927
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The Jazz Singer
1927
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Les Miserables, a French film with M. Rozet and Sandra Milowanoff
1927
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The Magic Garden
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Three Week-Ends
1928
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The Big City
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Quality Street
1926
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Show People
1928
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 Olive Borden and Ralph Emerson
Appeared in The Albany Night Boatwhich opened at the Embassy Theater, Seattle, Sept. 20, 1928. Ralph Emerson was a University of Washington graduate.
1928
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 Love
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The Patriot
1928
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The Butter and Egg Man
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Marianne
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The Iron Mask
1929
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The Taming of the Shrew
1929
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Women They Talk About
1928
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 Love
1928
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Piccadilly
1929
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Alias Jimmy Valentine
1929
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The Idle Rich
1929
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Say It with Songs
1929
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The Great Divide
1929
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Interference
1929
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Moby Dick
1930
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River's End
1930
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Monte Carlo
1930
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Anybody's Woman
1930
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Case of Sergeant Grischa
1930
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Rain or Shine
1930
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The Spoilers
1930
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Florodora Girl
1930
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Caught Short
1930
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Min and Bill
1930
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 White Cargo
French title: Cargaison Blanche.
1930
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Scandal Sheet
1931
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The Mad Genius
1931
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The Last Flight
1931
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The Squaw Man
1931
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The Champ
1931
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The Secret Six
1931
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The Common Law
1931
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East of Borneo
1931
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The Public Enemy
1931
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1931
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The Lawyer's Secret
1931
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Hell Bound
1931
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City Lights
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1931
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1931
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Skippy
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The Woman Between
1931
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Its a Wise Child
1931
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Cimarron
1930
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The Age for Love
1931
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Grand Hotel
1932
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Week Ends Only
1932
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1932
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Waterloo Bridge
1931
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When a Fellow Needs a Friend
1932
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Letty Lynton
1932
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 Rain
1932
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The Woman from Monte Carlo
1932
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Blonde Venus
1932
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Nagana
1933
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Emma
1932
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Prosperity
1932
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Handle With Care
1932
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Symphony of Six Million
1932
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Mr. Robinson Crusoe
1932
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Murders in the Rue Morgue
1932
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As You Desire Me
1932
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Grand Hotel
1932
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Footlight Parade
1933
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Frisco Jenny
1933
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A Bedtime Story
1933
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One Sunday Afternoon
1933
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The Girl in 419
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Viva Villa!
1934
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Catherine the Great
1934
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Havanna Widows
1934
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Murder at the Vanities
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 I'll Take Vanilla
Stax (photographer)
1934
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