Frances, who was older than Chamberlain, and Anna, who was younger than Lyman. The brothers were separated when Chamberlain attended St.
In Whittier Papers Carey, Phoebe. In Mary and sons moved to Chicago and purchased a dairy farm near the city on Clark Street. Brown then presented Frances Starr in Immoral Isabella?
Daughters of the American Colonists. Scope and arrangement The Chamberlain and Lyman Brown Theatrical Agent Records are approximately linear feet and contain business and personal correspondence, legal and financial papers, scrapbooks, production materials, clipping files, scripts, and photographs covering the history of the entertainment industry from the end of the 19th century through the middle of the 20th century.
Minutes, Yearbooks, Handbooks, Scrapbooks, original charter. The family spent winters either in Florida or Pasadena, California, and summers mostly at Annisquam, Massachusetts. Morton, Nita Naldi and many others. In Lunchroom Press Collection. Journey by ox team from Knox, Indiana to the Benzie, Michigan area.
There are also personal records belonging to Chamberlain and Lyman Brown. The Brown Brothers continued to correspond with many of these performers, including Mrs.
Journal, Detroit, Isle Royall, and mining. He also managed at least two of their own stock companies in Westchester and Atlantic City. The agency correspondence and associated ephemera documents the range and changes in the performing arts industry for almost half a century. Writes about family, clothes, health and war.
In Collet Family Papers. He also subscribed to many theatrical periodicals such as the Theatre Magazine, and The New York Dramatic Mirror, thus forming the basis of his extensive collection. Chamberlain Brown also corresponded with soldiers and sailors during and after World War II, as well as with a number of prisoners, some of whom he knew before their incarceration.
In Whittier Papers Cope, Helen. For general guidance about requesting offsite materials, please consult: Author correspondence about publication. InBrown produced two plays on Broadway: In Whittier Papers Childs, Mrs.
In Whittier Papers Emerson, Lucy. Printed Ad giving prices and studies, Some personal and family papers and photographs can also be found in the collection. In a letter to Whittier she recounts an amusing experience.
From their childhood, the Brown Brothers also collected theatrical materials consisting of autographs and ephemera from actors and actresses during the late s.
Chamberlain Brown also undertook giving lectures, but without great success. Sub-series 1 — Family Correspondence. Lyman Brown appears to have run the company diligently, but by this time, the financial problems that would chronically plague the brothers had begun to predominate. The scrapbooks cover her career.
Mss, drafts, background on Cloutier. The collection contains extensive materials on 19th and 20th century theater including over six hundred scrapbooks, correspondence from many famous, as well as now forgotten actors, singers, vaudevillians, burlesque performers and managers, extensive newspaper clippings, autographs, signed photographs, and programs.
In his autobiographical manuscript, Brown claims that Clifford Odets appeared in the cast as an extra, but this is unverified. A number of family and personal papers are also included. Also included in the collection is correspondence from producers, directors and managers such as George M.
Under the auspices of the Chamberlain Brown Players also known as the L. Their only known New York City residences included Seventh Avenue from approximately to and the Hotel Belvedere from to Correspondence, In Whittier Papers Carlin, Margo. International organization of women educators.The Dracula Scrapbook has 22 ratings and 2 reviews.
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These materials must be consulted in the Reading Room of the Clarke historical Library. Bronson, Ann. Statement of her estate, January In Bronson Family Papers.
Bronson, Anna Eliza. Children's book author. Scrapbook, business and personal. Jeannette’s scrapbook By Bronson Bachmann “One time I saw a tiny Joshua tree sapling growing not too far from the old tree.
I wanted to dig it. Eleanor M. Kaiser, 88, of Bronson, passed away on Saturday, April 16, at Maple Lawn Medical Care Facility in Coldwater. Eleanor was born August 22, to James Buchanan and Eolyn (Boon) Smullen in Coldwater.
She was a graduate of Coldwater High School. Eleanor married Raymond Kaiser on. The Chamberlain and Lyman Brown Papers were donated to the Billy Rose Theatre Division after Lyman Brown’s death in Processing information Processed by Camille Croce Dee; Machine-readable finding aid created by Camille Croce Dee.Download