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Modern characters from Shakespeare. Macbeth

Shakespeare - Troilus & Cressida, act v, scene ii / painted by Angelica Kaufmann ; engraved by L. Schiavonelli.

William Shakespeare / engraved by B. Holl from the print by Houbraken.

Shakespeare's House

Abraham Lincoln. Born, July 12, 1809-died, April 15, 1865. Shakespeare applied to our national bereavement.

[William Shakespeare monument, Central Park, New York City. Rendering] / R. M. Hunt architect, J. Q. A. Ward sculptor.

[William Shakespeare monument, Central Park, New York City]

Robson & Crane in Shakespeare's "Comedy of errors"

Robson & Crane as the knaves of Shakespeare

William Shakespeare, 1564-1616

Judith Shakespeare, Chap. XVI By the river / E.A. Abbey.

Stratford on Avon, the birth-place of Shakespeare

[Shakespeare courtship scene(?)] / E.A. Abbey 1889.

[Shakespeare's birthplace, Stratford-on-Avon, England]

[Shakespeare's Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, England]

[Shakespeare's Cliff, Dover, England]

[Congressional Library]. Statues of Shakespeare & Kent

Congressional Library. Shakespeare

Julia Arthur in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare House, Wellesley College, Mass.

Elizabeth Kennedy in Shakespeare's As you like it

[Shakespeare Tavern, 1820] / S. Hollyer.

Geneva Political Equality Club Meeting; Speaker Professor John Muirheid on Shakespeare's Women

William Shakespeare, 1564-1616

Geneva Political Equality Club Meeting; Speaker Professor John Muirheid on Shakespeare's Women; page 2

Shakespeare House, Wellesley College, Mass.

Shakespeare House, Wellesley College

Stand not upon the order of your going, but go at once. Shakespeare, Macbeth 3-4. Enlist now / printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd., London and Derby.

Folger Library copy work. Shakespeare portrait in octagonal frame

Folger Library copy work. Title page from 1623 edition of Shakespeare's works with portrait II

Paintings. Birth of Shakespeare by George Cruikshank II

Folger Library copy work. Frontispiece of a Shakespeare play

Paintings. Birth of Shakespeare by George Cruikshank I

Folger Library copy work. Shakespeare portrait by Zucchero

Folger Library copy work. Portrait of Shakespeare

Folger Library copy work. Emerson's commemorative inscription to Shakespeare

Folger Library copy work. Title page from 1623 edition of Shakespeare's works with portrait I

Folger Library copy work. Shakespeare portrait in frame with covers

Folger Library copy work. Lumley portrait of Shakespeare

Folger Library copy work. Sculpture of Shakespeare

Miscellaneous subjects. Scuplture of Shakespeare

Folger Library copy work. Portrait of Shakespeare

Folger Library copy work. Bust of Shakespeare I

Folger Library copy work. Shakespeare, the Felton portrait

Paintings. Birth of Shakespeare by George Cruikshank II

Folger Library copy work. Lumley portrait of Shakespeare

Folger Library copy work. Sculpture of Shakespeare I

Folger Library copy work. Portrait of Shakespeare and first page of text of a biography

Paintings. Birth of Shakespeare by George Cruikshank I

Folger Library copy work. Sculpture of Shakespeare II

Folger Library copy work. Bust of Shakespeare II

Folger Library copy work. Title page from 1623 edition of Shakespeare's works with portrait

Heads famous Shakespearean library at Washington A new and interesting camera study of Mr. William Adams Slade, director of the beautiful Folger Memorial Shakespeare Library at Washington, where the priceless Shakespeare collection of the late Henry M. Folger, former president of the Standard Oil Company, will be exhibitted [sic]. Mr. Slade is photographed at his desk in the Library, which is located near the Capitol and Library of Congress at Washington.

Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St., Washington, D.C. Vertical of four panels

Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St., Washington, D.C. Theater to stage, axis view II

Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St., Washington, D.C. Detail of crypt end of reading room

Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St., Washington, D.C. King Lear, a.m.

[Herbert Hoover exiting Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C.]

Folger Shakespeare Library, 201 E. Capitol St., Washington, D.C. Macbeth, a.m.

Close ups. Folger Shakespeare Library, Merchant of Venice, a.m.

Streamlined Shakespeare - winter's tale and midsummer night's dream Cut versions : Federal Theatre Playhouse, Tulane & Miro.

$2,500,000 in rare books acquired for Folger Library. Washington, D.C., May 14. The Folger Shakespeare Library, here, will soon place on it's shelves 9,000 volumes, onced valued at $2,500,000 and containing 787 books by early English authors, only one copy of each of which is known to exist. The 9,000 books were printed in England up to the end of 1640, roughly from the reign of Henry the 8th to the Cromwell Revolt, a period preceding and following Shakespeare. They deal largely with historical and religious subjects. The books were purchased from Lady Harmsworth, widow of the collector by President Stanley King, of Amherst College, the trustees of which administer the Folger Library. Dr. Giles E. Dawson, reference librarian is checking over some of the columes, 51438

Women in industry. Tool production. Maybe it isn't Shakespeare, but it makes sense to the employees of this drill and tool plant who are manufacturing thousands of drills each day for use in all war production industries. Republic Drill and Tool Company, Chicago, Illinois

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. Exterior I

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. House from balcony I

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. Exterior III

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. Entrance foyer

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. House from balcony II

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. House, to stage

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. Exterior II

Shakespeare Festival and Academy, Stratford, Connecticut. House from stage

[Main Reading Room. Portrait statue of Shakespeare along the balustrade. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Great Hall. Detail of ceiling and cove showing Shakespeare plaque. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Details on the Folger Shakespeare Library, East Capitol St. at intersection with 2nd St., NE, Washington, D.C.

Andi Dema of Bloomington, Indiana, a company member of the Texas Shakespeare Festival at Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas

Caitlin Cavannaugh of Chicago, Illinois, a company member of the Texas Shakespeare Festival at Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas

Michael Thatcher of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Caitlin Cavannaugh of Chicago, Illinois; and Andi Dema of Bloomington, Indiana, are three members of the company of the Texas Shakespeare Festival at Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas

Michael Thatcher of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a company member of the Texas Shakespeare Festival at Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas

Michael Thatcher of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Caitlin Cavannaugh of Chicago, Illinois; and Andi Dema of Bloomington, Indiana, are three members of the company of the Texas Shakespeare Festival at Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas

Shakespeare - Coriolanus

Shakespeare. As you like it

Shakespeare Street, 1600 Block (Brick Cottage), Baltimore, Independent City, MD

1628-1630-1632 Shakespeare Street (Brick Houses), Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Shakespeare. As you like it, Act V. Scene IV

Shakespeare. As you like it. The seven ages. Seventh age

$2,500,000 in rare books acquired for Folger Library. Washington, D.C., May 14. The Folger Shakespeare Library, here, will soon place on it's shelves 9,000 volumes, onced valued at $2,500,000 and containing 787 books by early English authors, only one copy of each of which is known to exist. The 9,000 books were printed in England up to the end of 1640, roughly from the reign of Henry the 8th to the Cromwell Revolt, a period preceding and following Shakespeare. They deal largely with historical and religious subjects. The books were purchased from Lady Harmsworth, widow of the collector by President Stanley King, of Amherst College, the trustees of which administer the Folger Library. Dr. Giles E. Dawson, reference librarian is checking over some of the columes, 5/14/38

Shakespeare. Twelfth Night. Act V. Scene I

Lincoln's study of Shakespeare.

Shakespeare. Winter's Tale, act II. Scene III

Town of Shakespeare, Lordsburg, Hidalgo County, NM

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