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Gertrude Elliott (F.H.L 1622)


Gertrude Elliott as "Peggy" in "Mice and Men" 1902 (F.H.L 1622)

Gertrude Elliott (1874 – 1952) played Peggy in Madeleine Lucette Ryley’s “Mice and Men” which opened at the Lyric Theatre in January, 1902. It ran for 365 performances before it moved to the Duke of York’s Theatre where it had a run of another 22 performances. Her husband Johnston Forbes-Robertson played a character named Mark Embry.

Gertrude Elliott

February 20, 2010 - Posted by | Deltiology, Gertrude Elliott, Maid, Maids, Servants, Social History | , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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