Scrapbook

1900
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A page from a scrapbook of designs for a production of Shock Headed Peter at the Garrick Theatre on the 26th of December in 1900. These costume designs were drawn by Edith Craig (1869-1947).

Edith Ailsa Craig was the daughter of the actress Dame Ellen Terry (1847-1928) and worked as a costumier, actress and director. She is best known for her early work with the Lyceum Company and as the director of The Pioneer Players (1911-1925).


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Brief Description
Page from a scrapbook of designs for a production of 'Shock Headed Peter' at the Garrick Theatre on the 26th of December in 1900. The scrapbook is bound in dark brown sugar paper, the internal pages are cream.
Physical Description
Page from a scrapbook of costume designs by Edith Craig (1869-1947) for a production of 'Shock Headed peter' at the Garrick Theatre on the 26th of December in 1900. The scrapbook is bound in dark brown sugar paper, the internal pages are cream.
Dimensions
  • Length: 31.8cm (approximate)
  • Width: 25cm (approximate)
Object history
The scrapbook of designs was put together by Edith Craig (1869-1947). Craig was the daughter of the actress Ellen Terry (1847-1928) and worked as a costumier, actress and director. She is perhaps best known for her work with the Lyceum Company and as the director of The Pioneer Players (1911-1925).
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A page from a scrapbook of designs for a production of Shock Headed Peter at the Garrick Theatre on the 26th of December in 1900. These costume designs were drawn by Edith Craig (1869-1947).



Edith Ailsa Craig was the daughter of the actress Dame Ellen Terry (1847-1928) and worked as a costumier, actress and director. She is best known for her early work with the Lyceum Company and as the director of The Pioneer Players (1911-1925).
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Accession Number
S.876:6-2011

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record createdNovember 8, 2011
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