Farewell presentation album to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brough from the playgoers of Sydney, 1897

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Farewell presentation album to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brough from the playgoers of Sydney, 1897

Call numbers

DL PXX 41

Record identifier

nX6Ozw6Y

Farewell presentation album to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brough from the playgoers of Sydney, 1897

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Farewell presentation album to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brough from the playgoers of Sydney, 1897

Full title

Farewell presentation album to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brough from the playgoers of Sydney, 1897

Date

1897

Call Numbers

DL PXX 41

Record Identifier

nX6Ozw6Y
Physical Description

Contents

1 album (16 watercolour or ink sketches and designs) - Each 15 x 25.1 cm. on sheets 30.8 x 40.9 cm; .32.5 x 44 x 8 cm. - watercolour or ink sketches and designs

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Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

f.1 - Fullwood, Albert Henry. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brough, June 1897. Farewell address from playgoers of Sydney
f.2 - Mahony, Frank P. Rough on Brough
f.3 - Stephens, Ethel A. "And love is loveliest when embalmed with tears"
f.4 - Reid, D.G. [View - possibly Botany Bay]
f.5 - Mann, Gother Victor Fyers. Sydney
f.6 - Ashton, Julian R...

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Full title

Farewell presentation album to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brough from the playgoers of Sydney, 1897

NOTES

General note

The red leather cover has the intertwined initials 'R.F.B.' in gold painted metal on the centre front. Album has gilt edging, with green marbled end papers

Signature / Inscriptions

Most images are signed, dated, and titled.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by Sir William Dixson, 1952

Administrative / Biographical history

Lionel Robert Brough (1857-1906), actor-manager, and his actress wife Florence Brough (1858-1932), were contracted by J.C. Williamson. The Broughs' Australian debut was at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, on 9 May 1885 in Iolanthe. During the Brough's years in Australia, the boast that the colonies could show productions 'equal to anything in London'...

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Call Numbers

DL PXX 41

Record Identifier

nX6Ozw6Y

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Reference code

458003

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