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[E. H. Sothern as Hamlet]
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Title
[E. H. Sothern as Hamlet]
Material
Photograph, 1 photograph : Black/White
Period
20th century
Measurements
34.5 x 26.5 cm.
Description
Notes about E. H. Sothern: Actor who was born in New Orleans, educated in England, and made his New York debut in 1879. Julia Marlowe and Sothern began a collaboration in Romeo and Juliet at the Illinois Theatre, Chicago, in 1904, and eventually married. They played together as Beatrice and Benedick, Ophelia and Hamlet, Katherine and Petruchio, Viola and Malvolio, Portia and Shylock, and the Macbeths. Both were good friends of Horace Howard Furness.
Ira D. Schwarz.
Repository
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania: Furness, P/So100.5 ML, Large Box
ID Number
(FURNESSTHEATER)furness_pso100_5_ml
Play
Hamlet
Related Agent
Sothern, E. H., "(Edward Hugh)", 1859 - 1933, act.
Schwarz, Ira D., pht.
Shakespeare, William, 1564 - 1616, aut., Hamlet.
Actor/Character
Sothern, E. H. (Hamlet)
Legacy Bibliography Number
270218
Rights
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File Properties
File Name
furness_pso100_5_ml.jp2
SSID
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