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A very early image of Ethel Reed as the the consort of King René of Anjou in an amateur theatrical pageant in Boston; the role of King René was played by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue. This sketch is reproduced from the Boston Daily Globe, 1 … Continue reading
[Photo credit: National Museum of American Art] Time and the Hour (a Boston magazine), 1896. Poster.
[Photo credit: National Museum of American History] Edward Stanwood, Boston Illustrated (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895). Poster. NMAH copy inscribed “Compliments of Ethel Reed | July – 1895.”