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A photostat of an article about Dion Boucicault in the San Francisco Sunday Chronicle, January 18, 1874; this has deteriorated and is almost illegible, but it is accompanied by two transcripts (1 handwritten, incomplete, 1 typed, probably complete). The article is headed "The great Playwright Gives a Levee / His Visitors, and who they were / He is interviewed by Two Pious Gentlemen / Also by Several Amateur Dramatists / Deplorable End to the Entertainment".
Material relating to Dion Boucicault's tour of Australia and New Zealand in 1885, with some references to his wedding to Louise Thorndyke in Sydney on 9th September 1885; there is also some material relating to Dion's brother, Arthur Bou(r)cicault, and his family, who were resident in Australia
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Material relating to Dion's Boucicault's brother, Arthur Smith Bou(r)cicault, and his family, who were resident in Australia. (Arthur Smith Boucicault is sometimes referred to as Arthur Leslie Boucicault -- it is not clear which is correct.) There is also material relating to William Knox D'Arcy, who married Arthur Boucicault's daughter Nina (Ernestine?).
A collection of newspaper cuttings and photocopies of cuttings (49 items) relating to the production of THE STREETS OF LONDON at the Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London and its subsequent move to Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, London, in 1980.
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