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Mr. Garrick in Hamlet / B. Wilson pinxt ; J. McArdell fecit.

Modern characters from Shakespeare. Macbeth

[Lady MacBeth] [Act, 5th--'One, two; why then 'tis time to do't / / painted by H. Fuseli ; engrved by J.R. Smith].

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

Shakespeare--Hamlet--Prince of Denmark / painted by H. Fuseli R.A. ; engraved by R. Thew.

Shakspeare - Tempest, act 1, scene 1 / painted by G. Romney ; engraved by B[enjamin?] Smith.

Merchant of Venice, Act 4, Sc. 4 / H. Fuseli, del. ; I. Neagle, sct.

A parody on Macbeth's soliloquy at Covent Garden Theatre

William Shakespear - from the original picture by Cornelius Jansen / engraved by Chas. Turner, Mezzotinto Engraver in ordinary to His Majesty.

The rival Richards or Sheakspear [sic] in danger

Mr. Kean in Richard the Third Act IV Scene 4 / / painted by J.J. Halls ; engraved by C. Turner.

Tameing [i.e. taming] a shrew. Or Petruchio's patent family bedstead, gags & thumscrews / Williams fecit.

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

[James H. Hackett, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left; as Falstaff in King Henry IV]

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

[Edwin Booth as Iago, full-length portrait, standing, facing left]

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

Juliet, fine cut, chewing tobacco - James Moran & Co., St. Louis / Averell & Peckett, lith., N. Y.

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

Shakspeare. From the statue by J.Q.A. Ward

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

Robson & Crane as the knaves of Shakespeare

William Shakespeare, 1564-1616

Bottom's dream

Robert Downing as Marc Antony. Julius Caesar, act III, scene II / gravure, Gebbie & Husson Co. Ltd.

[Lillie Langtry as Cleopatra, full-length portrait, lying on sofa and looking in mirror]

Romeo and Juliet

Grand Shakespearian festival the greatest works of the master mind presented in a most sumptuous manner : magnificent and realistic stage pictures of the greatest historical tragedies : each play a production.

Julia Arthur in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

The grammar school and guild chapel, Stratford

[Romeo and Juliet]

McCormack in "Romeo and Juliet"

E.H. Sothern and Virginia Harned, special production of Hamlet

An all-star cast presenting Shakepeare's sublime tragedy, Romeo & Juliet

"Let me sit heavy on thy soul tomorrow!" Richard III / Keppler.

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

Tedlet's soliloquy / Keppler.

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting notice, home of Dr. and Mrs. Green

Stratford on Avon.

The taming of the shrew

The fall of Wolsey

Antony's address over the body of Caesar

Antony's address over the body of Caesar

Hamlet on friendship

Lo, here the gentle lark

Hamlet's soliloquy

The duke's speech

Benedick's idea of a wife

Strike upon the bell

Shylock's rebuke

"After you, Teddy!" / Kep.

Blow, blow thou winter wind

Sigh no more, ladies

What shall he have who killed the deer

Under the greenwood tree

Where the bee sucks

Who is Sylvia?

O mistress mine

When that I was a little tiny boy

Come unto these yellow sands

You spotted snakes

The airs sung by Ophelia

A good bill : guaranteed certificate of wisdom

When daisies pied and violets blue

She never told her love

Seven ages of man

Folger Library exteriors. Carving on Folger Library building, Tragedie of Romeo and Juliet

Photograph of Tamara Karsavina and Serge Lifar in Romeo and Juliet, London, 1926, no photographer

Photograph of Tamara Karsavina and Serge Lifar in Romeo and Juliet, London, 1926

As You Like It

Folger Library copy work. Title page from Romeo and Juliet

As You Like It

Macbeth 4

Coriolanus

Corianolus

Coriolanus

Macbeth

Coriolanus

Coriolanus

Coriolanus

Folger Library exteriors. Carving on Folger Library building, Tragedie of Romeo and Juliet

The Taming of the Shrew

Macbeth 3

Macbeth

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.

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

Diff'rent

Coriolanus

Winter's Tale

Coriolanus

Twelfth Night

Macbeth 2

As You Like It

Macbeth 4

Macbeth 3

Macbeth 1

Macbeth

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

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