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Portrait of author, G. Bernard Shaw, taken at time of "Mrs Warren's Profession", 1899Frederick H. Evans189978.144.20Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Mr... as "Praed"Frederick H. Evans190278.144.5Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Mr Charles GoodheartFrederick H. Evans190278.144.4Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Miss Madge McIntosh as "Vivie", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.3Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Miss Fanny Brough, 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.1Platinum print
Miss Fanny Brough as "Mrs Warren", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.2Collodion chloride print (glossy)
In Sure and Certain Hope, 1902Frederick H. Evans190276.100.8Photogravure
In Sure and Certain Hope, 1902Frederick H. Evans190280.67.8Photogravure
Act III, p. 256 - Frank to Vivie, of her mother: "It's no use, Viv: your mother's impossible. She may be a good sort; but she's a bad lot, a very bad lot.", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.15Collodion chloride print (glossy)
Act 4. p.224 - Vivie: "And now don't let us forget her qualifications; the two words.", 1902Frederick H. Evans190278.144.19Collodion chloride print (glossy)