HENRY MILLER - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 304611
HENRY MILLER The English-born American actor and manager refers a woman to a photo studio. Autograph Note signed: "My dear Miss Jewel,/I think at Falk/Photographers New York", 5¼x3¼. Actor and manager
Sale Price $180.00
The English-born American actor and manager refers a woman to a photo studio.
Autograph Note signed: "My dear Miss Jewel,/I think at Falk/Photographers New York", 5¼x3¼. Actor and manager Henry Miller (1859-1926) emigrated from England to Canada with his parents, playing juvenile roles on the stage in Toronto. Moving to New York, he acted in the companies of Augustin Daly, the Lyceum Theatre, and Charles and Daniel Frohman. While performing in Odette, he met and married actress Bijou Heron in 1883. Miller's national reputation grew when he toured the US with Margaret Anglin in William Vaughn Moody's The Great Divide. From 1908, Miller devoted himself to management, promoting the careers of Alla Nazimova, Walter Hampden and Ruth Chatterton, among others. He opened his own Henry Miller Theatre in New York. The Miller's three children included Gilbert Heron Miller, who became an important theatrical manager. Soiled and toned at face and verso. Tears and notches at edges and corners. Mounting residue on verso. Two surface tears (not affecting signature). Ink lightly bled through to verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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