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  • Event:

    OCTOROON, THE

    OCTOROON GALOP, THE

  • Person:

    author : Boucicault, Dion, (Dionysius Lardner), Mr., 1820-1890

    composer : Coote, Charles Jr., Mr.

    artist : Concanen, Alfred, Mr., 1835-1886

    artist : Lee, Thomas, Mr., 1833-1910

  • Date: 1861
  • Brief description: An original lithograph showing a, "scene from 'The Octoroon', Adelphi Theatre, London, 1861." The lithograph is entitled, "Zoe the Octoroon galop" and depicts "Cane[-]Brake, Scene from the Octoroon". It is possibly a title page for a piece of music.
  • Identifier: UKC-CALB-OCT-MUS-LDNADL.F190346
  • Theatre: Adelphi Theatre, Strand & Westminster & London & England
  • Subject keyword: drama

Further Details

  • Accession Number: F190346
  • Event:

    OCTOROON, THE

    OCTOROON GALOP, THE

  • Organisation:

    publisher : Hopwood and Crew, 42, New Bond Street West, London

    lithographers : Stannard and Son

  • Associated people:

    author : Boucicault, Dion, (Dionysius Lardner), Mr., 1820-1890

    composer : Coote, Charles Jr., Mr.

    artist : Concanen, Alfred, Mr., 1835-1886

    artist : Lee, Thomas, Mr., 1833-1910

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: music title page
  • Identity code: UKC/CALB/OCT/MUS/LDN ADL : F190346
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part:

    Boucicault Collection

    Calthrop Boucicault Collection

  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 350 x 250 mm
  • Medium: red, green and black ink on paper
  • Date: 1861
  • Theatre: Adelphi Theatre, Strand & Westminster & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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