1910 - 1911Ellen Terry lecture tour of North America
18 January 1911

Shakespeare's Heroines

Location Carnegie Hall, 7th Avenue, New York, USA

Programmes

1. Programme, three copies

Date 18 January 1911
Production Date(s) Wednesday January 18 1911
Venue Carnegie Hall
Venue address New York [USA]
Time of performance 8.15pm
Document ID ET-D768 Original record
Held by The British Library
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Carnegie Hall, Higby. Alfred Scott, Publisher 156 5th Ave.
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2. Programme

Date 18 August 1911
Production Date(s) Wednesday January 18th 1911
Venue Carnegie Hall
Venue address New York [USA]
Time of performance 8.15pm
Document ID ET-D768a Original record
Held by The British Library

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