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  1. W. Elmer Ekblaw Papers (Digital Surrogates), 1914
    Collection

    Digital Surrogates from the W. Elmer Ekblaw Papers, contain a digitized letter from W. Elmer Ekblaw to Miss Eva M. Shepard of Chicago concerning Ekblaw's severe frostbit of his foot during his service with the Crocker Land Expedition, detailing his injury, his recovery and reading habits during recovery, his enjoyment of letter writing, his interactions with the Inuit, his h...
  2. Marie Bancroft (nee Wilton) when Miss Wilton
    Image | 1888

    Bust. From a miniature.
  3. Portrait of Elizabeth Bannister (nee Harper) when Miss Harper
    Image | 1780

    Bust. Jewels in hair and braid.
  4. Edward Atkins and Miss Emily Cross as Grumio and Curtis in a scene from "The Taming of the Shrew"
    Image

    Whole-length portrait, standing together in interior setting. With text: "Cu: Both on one horse? Gru: What's that to thee? tell thou the tale", Act 4, Scene 1.
  5. Frances Abington (nee Barton) as Miss Prue in "Love For Love"
    Image | 1777

    Whole-length. Wearing hat with small plume, holding snuff box in left hand. With text: "Look you here, Cousin, here's a Snuff Box
  6. John Bannister as Sheva and Miss Tidswell as Dorcas in a scene from "The Jew"
    Image

    Whole length. Interior setting. With Text: Sheva -- "Why do you cry?" Act IV, Scene II.
  7. Miss Barclay as Olivia in "The Good Natured Man"
    Image | 1792

    Whole-length. Wearing dress with ruffle collar
  8. Miss Abrams as Sylvia in "Cymon"
    Image | 1778

    Whole-length. Wearing purple and yellow dress, wearing hat and holding basket. With text: "Oh why should we sorrow who never knew sin..." In color.
  9. Emily Coote Bindon (married name Talbot) as Miss Hoyden in "A Trip to Scarborough"
    Image

    Whole-length. Wearing hat tied under chin and long sash at waist.
  10. Miss Bishop as Rosina in "Rosina"
    Image | 1810

    Whole-length. Holding sheaf of wheat
  11. Maria Theresa Bland (nee Romanzini) as Miss Notable in "The Lady's Last Stake"
    Image | 1795

    Whole-length. Wearing bonnet with feather
  12. William Henry West Betty as Flash in "Miss in Her Teens"
    Image | 1806

    Whole-length. Wearing large hat with plume, boots, sword hanging at left side. Used in Minor British Theatre. With text: "Aye Sir, the Wedding Day Sir
  13. Portrait of Miss Bellchambers
    Image | 1812

    Half-length. Wearing low neck gown, drape across right shoulder.
  14. Richard Barrymore as Flash in "Miss in Her Teens"
    Image | 1794

    Whole-length. Interior scene with three other characters. From Act II, Scene 1.
  15. Miss Cherry as Fidelia, Vincent DeCamp as Faddle, and Richard Wroughton as Sir Charles Raymond in a scene from "The Foundling"
    Image

    Whole-length. Interior setting. With text: "Faddle: Now for a secret worth twenty pieces. Act III, Scene II."
  16. Portrait of Margaret Agnes Bunn when Miss Somerville
    Image

    Half-length. Wearing double frilled collar, roses in hair.
  17. Portrait of Margaret Agnes Bunn when Miss Somerville
    Image

    Half-length. Wearing double frilled collar, roses in hair. In bistre.
  18. Portrait of Margaret Agnes Bunn when Miss Somerville
    Image | 1819

    Half-length. Wearing light dress with short sleeves, necklace, earrings.
  19. Portrait of Margaret Agnes Bunn when Miss Somerville
    Image | 1819

    Half-length. Wearing light dress with short sleeves, necklace.
  20. Portrait of Margaret Agnes Bunn when Miss Somerville
    Image | 1817

    Half-length. Wearing dress with short sleeves, necklace.
  21. Portrait of Miss Burrell
    Image | 1816

    Three-quarter-length. Wearing shawl.
  22. Elizabeth Brunton (Elizabeth Yates) as Miss Hardcastle in "She Stoops to Conquer"
    Image | 1818

    Half-length. Wearing hat with hanging ribbons.
  23. John Brunton as Altamont and Miss Smith (Sarah Bartley?) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent"
    Image | 1806

    Whole-length. Altamont holding Calista's arm
  24. John Brunton as Juba, Harriett Litchfield (Nee Hay) as Marcia, and Miss Marriott as Lucia in a scene from "Cato"
    Image | 1806

    Whole length. Scene with three figures standing and a fourth on the floor. With text: Juba: "See, Marcia, see, the happy Juba lives!" Act IV, Scene 1.
  25. Miss Chapman as Augusta Aubrey in "The Fashionable Lovers"
    Image | 1793

    Whole-length. Wearing hat
  26. Miss Chapman as Celia in "The School for Lovers"
    Image | 1793

    Whole-length. Wearing hat with plume, dress with fringe trim. With text: "Shield me from the World." Act V, Scene I.
  27. Portrait of Miss Boyce
    Image | 1808

    Half-length. Wearing straw hat with hanging chin ribbons.
  28. Portrait of Miss Broadhurst in costume
    Image

    Three-quarter-length. Standing in profile, wearing hat with large plumes, necklace with large beads, flower corsage.
  29. Portrait of Maria Rebecca Davison (nee Duncan)
    Image

    Half-length. When Miss Duncan.
  30. Portrait of Maria Rebecca Davison (nee Duncan)
    Image | 1805

    Half-length. When Miss Duncan.
  31. Maria Rebecca Davison (nee Duncan) as Clarinda in "The Suspicious Husband"
    Image | 1807

    Whole-length. Holding mask in right hand. When Miss Duncan. With text: "Ha, ha! Your servant, cousin Ranger__Ha, ha, ha!"
  32. Maria Rebecca Davison (nee Duncan) as Florence in "The Curfew"
    Image | 1812

    Three-quarter-length. Hair hanging in curls, cloak over left shoulder. When Miss Duncan.
  33. Maria Rebecca Davison (nee Duncan) as Juliana in "The Honeymoon"
    Image

    Whole-length. Wearing hat with three feathers. With text: "Dress of Miss Duncan in 'The Honeymoon.'"
  34. Maria Rebecca Davison (nee Duncan) as Lady Bell in "Know Your Own Mind"
    Image | 1807

    Whole-length. Pointing to paper held up in left hand. With text: "Ha, ha, ha! so whimsical a character." When Miss Duncan.
  35. Maria Rebecca Davison (nee Duncan) as Maria in "The Citizen"
    Image | 1806

    Whole-length. Holding ticket in upraised right hand. With text: "Is this a ticket____." When Miss Duncan.
  36. Thomas Potter Cooke as William and Miss Scott as Susan in a scene from "Black-Eyed Susan"
    Image | 1829

    Whole-length. William wearing wide trousers, holding hat. Susan wearing wide-brimmed hat.