Tree, Sir Herbert Beerbohm, 1852-1917 (Knight, actor and manager)
Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1852-1917), knight; actor manager
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
3 prints of Herbert Beerbohm Tree and actors, 1894 - 1903
Comprises a reproduction of a drawing of Herbert Beerbohm Tree by the Marchioness of Granby (signed by Tree), and reproductions of photographs of actors by W & D Dourney and the London Stereoscopic Co.
[Probably a souvenir from a play].
Correspondence from Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, 4 Feb. 1907-12 June 1913 (Circa)
Letters to Owen Seaman, many accepting or declining invitations to a dinner of the Royal Literary Fund in 1912.
Letter from Herbert Beerbohm-Tree to John Willis Clark, 13 Feb. 1903
Sending on Clark's letter to Stephen Phillips
Souvenir of ‘Trilby’ by Paul M. Potter, produced by Herbert Beerbohm Tree, at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London, c.30 October 1895
Comprises a green folder with gold lettering containing reproduction prints of photographs of most of the cast of the play, in character: Dorothea Baird, Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Edmund Maurice, Lionel Brough, Herbert Ross, Gerald Du Maurier, Rosina Filippi, and H. V. Esmond.
The play was founded on George Du Maurier’s novel, and this is a souvenir of the first showing in London on 30 October 1895.
The images are all taken from photographs by T. C. Turner (Turner and Drinkwater).
Souvenir programme of ‘Julius Caesar’ at Her Majesty’s Theatre, 1898
Contains sections of text headed ‘On the writing of the play’ (by Ernest Rhys), ‘The tragedy in history on the stage’, ‘Former representations’ and ‘The present production’. Contains illustrations by Herbert Railton, Arthur Jule Goodman, A. L. Bowley and Reginald Savage.
Designed, edited and published for Mr [Herbert Beerbohm] Tree by The West-End Review. Herbert Beerbohm Tree produced ‘Julius Caesar’ and played Mark Antony.
Printed by Harrison and Sons, London.
‘Twelfth Night Souvenir, Her Majesty’s Theatre’, 20 March 1901
‘Ulysses Souvenir, Her Majesty’s Theatre’, 1 February 1902
Comprises a souvenir programme of Stephen Phillips “Ulysses” produced at Her Majesty’s Theatre, by Herbert Beerbohm Tree on 1 Feb 1902.
Contains reproductions of oil paintings of characters in the play by Chas A. Buchel, a cast list, and text about “The Story of Ulysses as told by Homer”, “The Scheme of the Play” and “The Character of Ulysses”.
The souvenir was published for Herbert Beerbohm Tree by Carl Hentschel Ltd.