University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Etchings, engravings, prints, and lithographs from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries of American and English actors, actresses, dancers, singers, and managers. 575 individuals, portraits and in character
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
A collection of printed and visual sources on popular performers, predominantly from United States sources even for foreign performers, from the late 1800s to today in nearly every printed and two-dimensional visual format known. Advertisments; broadsides; correspondence; newspapers (whole and clippings); programs for concerts, plays, movies and music festivals; cartoons; photographs; photo albums; tribute magazines; obituaries; pictorial biographies; play scripts; music scores; tickets; VHS tapes; website printouts
University of Washington
The Victorian theater celebrities Woodburytype album contains 50 Woodburytype photographs and accompanying autographs of famous stage actors and actresses, including Sarah Bernhardt, Henry Irving, Helena Modjeska, and Ellen Terry. The photographs were made in the late 1870s and early 1880s
University of Washington
The Horton C. Force scrapbooks are filled with clippings about plays and actors, playbills, opera bills, recital programs, programs from the Seattle Symphony, and vaudeville programs. Also included are a program from Barnum & Bailey's Circus, a catalog of the First Annual Fall Exhibition by the Society of Seattle Artists, cinema programs, and other theater ephemera. Most materials are from or about Seattle theaters and productions, but there are also materials from theaters in Chicago, New York, and Boston
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Ada Rehan and Augustin Daly Collection, 1884-1914, consists of promptbooks and actor's sides, photographs, clippings, correspondence, costume designs and other artworks, a scrapbook, and a souvenir playbill that document the professional and personal activities of Ada Rehan and Augustin Daly. The collection is divided into two series: Series I. Promptbooks and Sides, 1884-1899, and Series II. Performance and Personal Materials, 1888-1914
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Stella Adler and Harold Clurman papers consist of typescript and handwritten manuscripts, notes, lecture transcripts, annotated texts of plays, class schedules, clippings, proofs, photographs, slides, negatives, correspondence, legal and financial papers, datebooks, certificates, brochures, and theater programs, all ranging in date from 1898 to 2003. Adler's teaching notes and lecture transcripts make up a large portion of the archive. Also of note are a typescript titled "How I Met Stanislavski," and transcripts of lectures by Richard Boleslavsky
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center