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James Fennell.
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Item Details
Public
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Creator
Title
James Fennell.
Date
[not before 1816]
Material
Photomechanical Print, Stipple Print, 1 clipping from a magazine : Black/White
Reproduction of a stipple print from 1806.
Period
19th century
18th century
Measurements
16.0 x 7.5 cm.
Description
Notes about James Fennell: British-born actor and playwright;successful performer in performing in American cities.
Notes about H. W. Snyder: Engraver who worked both in New York City and Boston at beginning of 19th century.
Notes about William M.S. Doyle: Late 18th/early 19th century artist; American miniaturist.
Doyle. pinxt. ; Snyder. sc.
Reproduction of a stipple print by H. Snyder from a drawing by William Doyle, originally printed 1806.
Repository
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania: Furness, P/Fe475.1 S, Small Box
ID Number
(FURNESSTHEATER)furness_pfe475_1_s
Related Agent
Fennell, James, 1766 - 1816, act.
Snyder, H. W., egr.
Doyle, William M.S., art.
Polyanthos, (Boston, United States)
Legacy Bibliography Number
271038
Country
United States
Rights
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File Properties
File Name
furness_pfe475_1_s.jp2
SSID
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