MAXINE ELLIOTT - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 288666
MAXINE ELLIOTT Bold signature on a small card Signature: "Maxine Elliott", 3½x2½. American actress Maxine Elliott (1868-1940, born Jessie Dermott in Rockland, Maine) made her first stage appearance in 1890
Sale Price $162.00
Bold signature on a small card
Signature: "Maxine Elliott", 3½x2½. American actress Maxine Elliott (1868-1940, born Jessie Dermott in Rockland, Maine) made her first stage appearance in 1890 in The Middleman and got her first big break when playwright and theater manager Agustin Daly hired her to support his star Ada Rehan. Elliott appeared in 21 Broadway productions, mostly in comedies and romances, between 1894 and 1920, and made a few silent films, between 1913 and 1919. A shrewd businesswoman, she opened her own theatre in New York City, the Maxine Elliott Theatre, around 1908; the only Broadway theatre below 41st Street. During World War I Elliott provided war relief in Belgium. She made her final Broadway appearance in 1920's Trimmed in Scarlet, and then retired a wealthy woman. Paper residue from previous matting affixed to verso. Signed on the verso of a name card with the name crossed out. Otherwise, fine condition.
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