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MARION GREY - AUTOGRAPH QUOTATION SIGNED 05/19/1890 - HFSID 345702

MARION GREY The actress pens a Longfellow quote on this sheet of paper in 1896 Autograph Quotation signed: “'Still achieving, still pursuing/ Learn to labored [sic] + to wait./ Longfellow.'/ 'No tears/ Dim the sweet look that nature wears'/ Ibid/ Marion Grey.”, in black ink, 6x7¾.

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MARION GREY The actress pens a Longfellow quote on this sheet of paper in 1896 Autograph Quotation signed: “'Still achieving, still pursuing/ Learn to labored [sic] + to wait./ Longfellow.'/ 'No tears/ Dim the sweet look that nature wears'/ Ibid/ Marion Grey.”, in black ink, 6x7¾. May 19, 1896. Marion Grey was an actress, best-known for her appearance in the 1915 film Far from the Madding Crowd. Grey was also in several Broadway shows including The Money Lender in 1928, The Royal Vagabond (1919-1920), and The Poppy God in 1921. Signer on verso merits further research. Corners and edges worn. Heavily toned. Irregular right edge. Otherwise, fine condition.

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