LOUISE DREW - AUTOGRAPH 1902 - HFSID 304569
Sale Price $144.00
Signature of an early member of the Drew/Barrymore acting clan, written the year after her Broadway debut in The Tyranny of Tears (1901).
Signature: "Louise Drew/1902", 3½x2¾. Louise Drew (1882-1954), a member of the distinguished multi-generation Drew/Barrymore acting family, made her professional stage debut with her father, famed actor John Drew, Jr., in The Tyranny of Tears (1901). She appeared on Broadway for the first time in 1902, the year she signed this card. She made the first of three appearances with her cousin, Oscar-winning actress Ethel Barrymore, in Her Sister (1907). In 1917, she married stage and silent film actor Jack Devereaux. Their son, John Drew Barrymore, became a Broadway stage manager. Drew would make her final Broadway appearance as she had begun it, appearing with her father, this time in The Gay Lord Quex (1917). Among her other standout roles were Lady Rose's Daughter (1903) and It Pays to Advertise (1914). Fine condition.
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