David Garrick in Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 4, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing right, with hands raised. Smith, 78 LeBlanc, 49 Gardiner Greene Hubbard Collection.
Man on stage, playing Macbeth, full-length, standing, facing left, holding dagger. No. 1. Forms part of : British Cartoon prints Collection (Library of Congress).
Lady MacBeth walking in her sleep, full-length view, carrying candle; a man and a woman observe from a bench on the right in the background.
Act 1, scene 4, from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, showing Hamlet, Horatio, Marcellus, and the Ghost, on platform before the Palace of Elsinor.
Print showing the storm and shipwreck at the beginning of Shakespeare's play "Tempest" ; Prospero and Miranda are standing on the right on the island where the shipwrecked sailors wash ashore. Title from item.
Scene from William Shakespeare play, with Bass saying, "Why dost thou whet they knife ...?" and Shylock saying, "To cut the forfeiture from that bankrupt thee."
Kemble as Macbeth, in Highland dress, declaims before the footlights; holding out a coin in his left hand, he staggers back, left leg forward. Forms part of : British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Con... more
Print shows William Shakespeare, bust portrait with lace collar, facing front. Title from item. In upper left corner: Æ 46 1610.
Political cartoon showing Edmund Kean and Charles Mayne Young, both dressed as Richard III, struggling for Shakespeare, who stands between them. Forms part of : British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress).
Cartoon showing woman restrained in a bed fashioned like a pillory. Her husband sits up in bed beside her, holding a whip and gag.
Original architectural drawing showing Hunt's unrealized design for the pedestal of Ward's sculpture. Title devised by Library staff. Gift; American Institute of Architects / American Architectural Foundation; ... more
Tobacco package label showing balcony scene between Romeo and Juliet. C6216D U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by James Moran & Co.
Photograph from the archives of Richard Morris Hunt, showing J. Q. A. Ward's statue of Shakespeare, with pedestal by Jacob Wrey Mould. Hunt's unrealized design for the pedestal is also in the archives. Title d... more
K12486 U.S. Copyright Office Created and "copyright Metropolitan Litho. Studio, 29 Warren St., N.Y., 1879." J.E. Jackson, agent. Signed: R. Muller. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
K682 U.S. Copyright Office Caption: The two Dromios, "Comedy of errors." Created by "Forbes Co., Boston; copyrighted 1879 by the Forbes Lith. Mfg. Co." Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
Head and shoulders, facing left. Photograving by the Typographic Etching Co. After engraving by Maerten Droeshout. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: A/P/P I.; BI; Shelf.
Created and "copyright 1899 by The Strobridge Litho Co., Cincinnati - New York." N.Y. no. 8690. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
Created and "copyright 1900 by The Strobridge Lith Co., Cin'ti & N.Y." Management, Daniel Frohman. N.Y. no. 8846. Upper left corner missing. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
"Kyrle Bellew as Romeo, Miss Eleanor Robson as Juliet ...." Created and "copyright 1903 by The Strobridge Litho Co., Cincinnati & New York." Liebler & Co., managers. N.Y. no. 10342. Forms part of: Theatrical po... more
Illustration shows William Randolph Hearst as Shakespeare's Richard III in a dream-state when various ghosts appear before him; his armor hangs on a nearby wall in preparation for battle, to which the ghost of ... more
Half length portrait, facing slightly right. Halftone copyrighted by Eugene A. Perry. The Perry Pictures, no. 73, Boston edition. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.
Coupling date: 6/6/1919. Cutout date: 8/21/1925. On label: recitation; title (a) Seven Ages of Man, (b) Hamlet's Advice to the Players. With (reverse side): Shylock's justification of the Jew / Harry Humphrey.
Poster for Federal Theatre Project presentation of streamlined versions Shakespeare's plays, "A Winter's Tale" and "Midsummer Night's Dream" at the WPA Federal Theatre Playhouse, Tulane & Miro Streets, Los Ange... more
Text on Poster: Blackstone Theatre E. 7th St. at Michigan Beginning June 8th. Shakespeare’s “As You like It” Staged by Russell Spindler Nitely (Exc. Mon.) Mat. Sat. Federal Theatre W.P.A. (Content)