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    • Rollo Wayne, circa 1924.

    • Rollo Wayne, circa 1924.

    • Actors; Men; Snow; Houses

    • Rollo Wayne, designer, director, writer, and actor, poses in riding pants and boots in a country scene including snow on the ground, a stone wall, trees, and an A-frame house. Inscription on print, lower left: "To Mr. Boyd & Miss Julia in...
    • White Chicago Amer.

    • White Chicago Amer.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Chicago White Sox (Baseball team)

    • Doc White or Guy Harris White (1879-1969). Color portrait of Doc White with the Chicago White Sox. A white stocking is in the top left corner and 'White Sox' is in the top right. Verso: G.H. White. 'Doc' White, the Chicago Americans' left-handed...
    • Edward Wilson Hewett.

    • Edward Wilson Hewett.

    • Bookplates; Labels

    • Boy in a tunic top standing on a rock and blowing a long, narrow horn. Above the image is the phrase "Ex Libris." Below the image is the name "Edward Wilson Hewett." Edward Wilson Hewett, an artist and writer, is the eldest son...
    • Ukiyo.

    • Ukiyo.

    • Fantasy fiction, American; Fantasy fiction, Japanese

    • This creative thesis follows the opening story arc to a larger fiction project in the genre of high fantasy fiction. Structurally and stylistically, by incorporating contemporary contributions to the genre from Japanese popular culture, this story...
    • Painted Stoa, Agora, Athens, Greece, reconstruction.

    • Painted Stoa, Agora, Athens, Greece, reconstruction.

    • Architecture; Buildings; Social & civic facilities; Covered walks; Galleries (Display spaces); Reconstructions; Conjectural works; Drawings; Architectural drawings; Illustrations; Interiors; Walls; Paintings; Shields; Armor; Architectural...

    • “This stoa received its name (poikile, ‘painted’) from the series of large paintings which decorated its walls. These were painted on wooden panels by the three great Athenian painters of the day, Polygnotus, Micon and Panaenus. The paintings...
    • Clara Morris as Miss Multon.

    • Clara Morris as Miss Multon.

    • Group portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing

    • Well-known and widely reproduced photogravure of a scene from "Miss Multon," starring performer and writer Clara Morris. In an elegant interior setting, Morris (second from left) sits, wearing a long dark dress. A boy wearing short pants...
    • Expositio in omnes Pauli epistolas, fragment.

    • Expositio in omnes Pauli epistolas, fragment.

    • Manuscripts, Medieval Florus; Lugdunensis; Citeaux (Cote-d'Or, France)

    • Leaf from a twelfth century theology book, copied at the Monastery of Citeaux in France. The book was written on animal skins since paper was not used in Europe at that time, and was intended for study or for reading aloud within the monastic...
    • Jacques Offenbach.

    • Jacques Offenbach.

    • People; Wreaths; Sculpture

    • Drawing commemorating the death of French composer and writer Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880). A bust, presumably of Offenbach, at the center of the drawing is surrounded by wreaths, laurel, and legions of costumed characters. A banner woven through...
    • Stuart Robson.

    • Stuart Robson.

    • Portraits; Actors; Men

    • Photogravure portrait of actor and writer Stuart Robson wearing a jacket and tie. Robson, who married actress May Waldron, was born March 4, 1836 in Annapolis, Maryland, and died April 29, 1903 in New York City. He first performed at Macauley's...
    • Sir Walter Scott.

    • Sir Walter Scott.

    • Portraits; Authors; Men

    • Heavily retouched photogravure of writer Sir Walter Scott, who was born August 15, 1771 in Edinburgh, Scotland and died September 21, 1832 in England. Location of photo studio: New York (N.Y.). Title supplied by cataloger.
    • A. Henry Tarvin of Louisville, Kentucky, 1931.

    • A. Henry Tarvin of Louisville, Kentucky, 1931.

    • Portraits; Men; Journalists; People associated with education & communication

    • Henry Tarvin of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a suit and printed tie. The photograph is marked with a few discolorations from age. Handwritten on back of image: Feature writer, Herald Post. Stamped on back: February 27, 1931.
    • Richard Bennett.

    • Richard Bennett.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Three-quarter length portrait of performer, director, producer, and writer Richard Bennett wearing a long black suit jacket with matching vest, a necktie, and pin-striped pants. He is perched on a table, with left hand at his hip. Bennett performed...
    • Harry Bulger, circa 1909.

    • Harry Bulger, circa 1909.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Portrait of actor, composer, and writer Harry Bulger seated in a wooden chair with hands clasped, wearing a suit jacket and necktie. Bulger starred as King Bardout in the musical extravaganza "Sleeping Beauty and the Beast," which was...
    • Richard Carle.

    • Richard Carle.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Seated portrait of Richard Carle wearing eyeglasses, a suit jacket, and tie. Also known as Charles Carleton, Carle was a stage and screen actor, as well as a lyricist, writer, producer, director, composer, and choreographer. Born July 7, 1871, in...
    • Richard Carle.

    • Richard Carle.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Seated portrait of Richard Carle with hands clasped on his lap, wearing eyeglasses, an unbuttoned suit jacket, white vest, and tie. Carle, also known as Charles Carleton, was a stage and screen actor, as well as a lyricist, writer, producer,...
    • Clay Clement, circa 1898.

    • Clay Clement, circa 1898.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Portrait of writer, producer, and performer Clay Clement, Sr., wearing a suit jacket and dark necktie. Clay Clement starred in seven productions at Macauley's Theatre between 1887 and 1909. There is no record of a performance on March 28, 1898, the...
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