Ellen Terry and her impersonations. An appreciation.
London, George Bell & Sons 1898.
8vo. x + 274 + (2)pp, 31 photo plates. Publisher's decorative cloth (binding designed by Edward Gordon Craig). Slight cellotape marks on front endpaper, but otherwise a good, unopened copy. Roderick Gradidge's copy.
A well-informed contemporary account of Ellen Terry’s acting career, which we catalogue because, as Hiatt’s preface records, “the cover to the volume has been specially designed by Mr. Gordon Craig”. (Readers will be aware that Craig was Ellen Terry’s son by the architect E.W. Godwin).