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Much ado about nothing; a comedy in five acts. As arranged for the stage by Henry Irving and presented at the Lyceum Theatre on Wednesday, October 11th, 1882.

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London, Printed at the Chiswick Press, 1887.

1887

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The Papers of Henry Irving and Ellen Terry from the Shakespeare Centre Library, Stratford-upon-Avon : an inventory to parts one and two of the Harvester microfilm edition of the Bram Stoker Collection [microform].

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Brighton, Sussex, England : Harvester Microform, 1987.

1987

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FormatTextCall Number*ZC-268+Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

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Henry Irving, his life and characters [microform] : illustrated by portraits, scenes, and sketches, together with criticisms / by Clement Scott ... [et. al.] ; the whole collected and arranged by Percy Fitzgerald.

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Oxford : Oxford Microform Publications ; Ann Arbor, Mich. : [distributed by] University Microfilms International, 1980, c1979.

1980-1979

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A.F.R. Lawrence collection of historical spoken word [sound recording], 1900-1970.

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1900-1970

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Pearl Mary Teresa Craigie papers, 1894-1909.

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1894-1909

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Richard Mansfield family papers, 1856-1940, bulk (1905-1940)

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1856-1940

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FormatTextCall NumberMssCol 1863 Volume 8Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Manuscripts & Archives Room 328

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Traditions of acting [sound recording].

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[S.l.] : Crest Cassettes ; Steubenville, Ohio : Creegan Company [distributor], p1991.

1991-1898

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Henry Irving-Ellen Terry tour correspondence, 1884-1896.

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1884-1896

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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 1940-001 Box 1Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Henry Irving's impressions of America, narrated in a series of sketches, chronicles, and conversations by Joseph Hatton ...

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London, S. Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1884.

1884

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FormatTextCall NumberILD (Hatton, J. Henry Irving's impressions of America)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Milstein Division Room 121

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The art of acting; a discussion by Constant Coquelin, Henry Irving and Dion Boucicault.

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New York, Dramatic Museum of Columbia University, 1926.

1926

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Reflexions on the actor's art, by Talma; with an introduction by Sir Henry Irving, and a review by H. C. Fleeming Jenkin.

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New York, Printed for the Dramatic museum of Columbia university, 1915.

1915

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FormatTextCall NumberNAFD (Columbia. Ser.2) (Talma, F. J. Reflexions on the actor's art)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315

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Selections from Godwin's "Caleb Williams," giving the history in brief of Sir Edward Mortimer's revenge; to serve as a companion story to Colman's "Iron chest," the play now being given by Henry Irving at the Lyceum.

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London, Darling and Son, 1879.

1879

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Godwin, W. Caleb Williams) 1879Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

The Clover Club of Philadelphia, 1882-1904 : souvenir of the 22d anniversary.

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Philadelphia : Print Shop, S.H. Burbank & Co., 1904.

1904

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The works of William Shakespeare / edited by Henry Irving and Frank A. Marshall ; with notes and introductions to each play by F. A. Marshall and other Shakespearian scholars, and numerous illustrations by Gordon Browne.

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London : Blackie, 1888-1890.

1888-1890

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FormatTextCall Number*NCM (Irving) (Shakespeare, W. Collected works, 1888-90. Henry Irving Shakespeare) v. 8Item LocationOffsite
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The works of William Shakespeare, ed. by Henry Irving and Frank A. Marshall. With notes and introductions to each play by F. A. Marshall and other Shakespearian scholars, and numerous illustrations by Gordon Browne.

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New York, Scribner and Welford, 1888-90.

1888-1890

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The complete works of William Shakespeare.

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Funk & Wagnalls company, 1927.

1927

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Souvenir of Shakespeare's tragedy, King Lear : presented at the Lyceum Theatre, 10th November, 1892, by Henry Irving / illustrated by J. Bernard Partridge and Hawes Craven.

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London : Offices of Black and White, 1892.

1892

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FormatTextCall Number*NCVF (King Lear) (London. Lyceum Theatre. Souvenir of Shakespeare's tragedy, King Lear)Item LocationOffsite

Souvenir of Macbeth : produced at the Lyceum Theater by Henry Irving, 29th December, 1888 / illustrated by Charles Cattermole & J. Bernard Partridge.

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London ; New York : Cassell, [1888]

1888

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FormatTextCall Number*NCVF (Macbeth) (London. Lyceum Theatre. Souvenir of Macbeth)Item LocationOffsite

Souvenir of Shakespeare's historical play King Henry the Eighth; presented at the Lyceum theatre, 5th January, 1892, by Henry Irving; illustrated by J. Bernard Partridge, W. Telbin, J. Harker, & Hawes Craven.

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London, The "Black and White" Publishing Company, limited [1892]

1892

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FormatTextCall Number*NCN (King Henry the Eighth) (London Lyceum Theatre. Souvenir of Shakespeare's historical play)Item LocationOffsite

Souvenir of Becket, by Alfred, Lord Tennyson; first presented at the Lyceum theatre, 6th February, 1893, by Henry Irving; illustrated by J. Bernard Partridge, W. Telbin, J. Harker, & Hawes Craven.

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London, Offices of "Black and White" [1893]

1893

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOM [RBS] 97-1221Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre
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FormatTextCall NumberNCOM [RBS] 97-1222Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Souvenir of The dead heart, by Watts Phillips, presented at the Lyceum theatre by Henry Irving, 28 Sept., 1889; illustrated by J. Bernard Partridge, W. Telbin, J. Harker, & Hawes Craven.

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London; Paris [etc.] Cassell & Company, limited [1889]

1889

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOM [RBS] 97-1220 (London. Lyceum Theatre. Souvenir of The dead heart)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

From "The Bells" to "King Arthur", a critical record of the first-night productions at the Lyceum theatre from 1871 to 1895, illustrated.

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London, Macqueen, 1896.

1896

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOM [RBS] 97-1242 (Scott, C. From "The Bells" to "King Arthur")Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

The merchant of Venice ... as presented ... under the management of H. Irving ...

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London, The Chiswick Press, 1881.

1881

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Romeo and Juliet ... as arranged for the stage by H. Irving ...

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London, The Chiswick Press, 1883.

1883

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Cymbeline; a comedy in five acts, by William Shakespeare, as arranged for the stage by Henry Irving and presented at the Lyceum theatre on Tuesday, 22nd September, 1896.

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London, Printed at the Chiswick press, 1896.

1896

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FormatTextCall Number*KP (Chiswick) (Shakespeare, W. Cymbeline)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

Romeo and Juliet : a tragedy in five acts / by William Shakespeare ; as arranged for the stage by Henry Irving, and presented at the Lyceum Theatre on Wednesday, March 8th, 1882.

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[London? : s.n.], 1882

1882

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ p.v. 35Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Hamlet : a tragedy in five acts / by William Shakespeare ; as produced by Henry Irving under the direction of Henry E. Abbey.

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New York : S. French, [19--]

1924-1976

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The merchant of Venice; text as produced by Sir Henry Irving; marginal notes by Fred Williams.

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[n.p., 1902?]

1900

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FormatTextCall Number*NCP (Shakespeare, W. Merchant of Venice. [1902?])Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Merchant of Venice. A tragedy in five acts by William Shakespeare. Text as produced by Sir Henry Irving and marginal notes for modern stage use arranged by Fred. Williams.

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New York, London, S. French, 1902.

1902

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FormatTextCall Number*NCP (Shakespeare, W. Merchant of Venice. New York, 1902)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Squire Bancroft letter book, 1836-1922.

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1836-1922

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William W. Appleton collection of theatrical correspondence and ephemera, 1697-1930.

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1697-1930

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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 2001-065 Box 1 (Access Copies)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre
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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 2001-065 Box 2 (Access Copies)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre
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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 2001-065 Box 3 (Access Copies)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Henry Irving and Ellen Terry ephemera : portfolio

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FormatTextCall Number8-MWEZ+ n.c. 795Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Henry Irving and Ellen Terry ephemera : portfolio

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FormatTextCall Number8-MWEZ+ n.c. 796Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Laura Burt papers, 1883-1950.

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1883-1950

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