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Actors of the Century: A Play-Lover's Gleanings from Theatrical Annals. London: George Bell, Wicks, Charles B. Actors of the Century: A Play-Lover’s Gleanings from Theatrical Annals. London: George Bell and Sons, Williams, E[rnest] Harcourt. Twentieth-Century Theatre. 2 vols.
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