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Stage actor William H Crane in "She Stoops to Conquer" (SAYRE 22463)

Stage actor William H Crane in "She Stoops to Conquer" (SAYRE 22463)

Stage actor William H. Crane in She Stoops to Conquer. Subjects: actors, plays

Assortment of actors 07 - Costumes of All Nations. W. Duke, Sons & Co

Assortment of actors 07 - Costumes of All Nations. W. Duke, Sons & Co

An assortment of actors in clothing from various countries and time periods. May Irwin in costume of a Tyrolean peasant (modern) Dixey in costume of a French gentleman. Date 1808 Fay Templeton, French costume ... More

A scene from "Father and the Boys" (SAYRE 12684)

A scene from "Father and the Boys" (SAYRE 12684)

A scene from "Father and the Boys," which opened Dec. 26, 1909. Includes William H. Crane. Subjects: plays, actors

A scene from "David Harum" which opened April 22 (SAYRE 12507)

A scene from "David Harum" which opened April 22 (SAYRE 12507)

A scene from "David Harum" which opened April 22, 1903, at the Grand Opera House, Seattle. Includes William H. Crane. Subjects: plays, actors

The Saphead FilmPoster - Vintage movie public domain poster

The Saphead FilmPoster - Vintage movie public domain poster

Poster for the 1920 film The Saphead starring Buster Keaton Public domain photograph of a movie film poster advertisement, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

William Henry Crane - Public domain book illustration
The Saphead - Metro Pictures, 1920

The Saphead - Metro Pictures, 1920

Poster for The Saphead - Metro Pictures, 1920, starring William H. Crane, Buster Keaton, directed by Herbert Blaché & Winchell Smith.

A scene from "The Senator Keeps House" (SAYRE 13746)

A scene from "The Senator Keeps House" (SAYRE 13746)

A scene from "The Senator Keeps House," which opened Mar. 30, 1913, at the Metropolitan Theater, Seattle. Includes William H. Crane and Lorraine Frost. Subjects: plays, actors, actresses

David Harum newspaper 1915

David Harum newspaper 1915

David Harum is a 1915 American silent comedy-drama romance film written and directed by Allan Dwan, produced by Famous Players Film Company and distributed by Paramount Pictures.

William H. Crane as Le Blanc in Evangeline (page 203 crop)
True As Steel (1924) - 1 - Vintage movie public domain poster

True As Steel (1924) - 1 - Vintage movie public domain poster

Advertisement for the American drama film True as Steel (1924) with Norman Kerry, Aileen Pringle, Eleanor Boardman, Raymond Hatton, William H. Crane, Huntley Gordon, Cleo Madison, and Louise Fazenda, on page 3... More

Childs' fall bulbs fall plants fall seeds new shrubs and fruit (1913) (14586871459)

Childs' fall bulbs fall plants fall seeds new shrubs and fruit (1913) ...

Identifier: childsfallbulbsf00john (find matches) Title: Childs' fall bulbs fall plants fall seeds new shrubs and fruit Year: 1913 (1910s) Authors: John Lewis Childs (Firm) Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed ... More

Julius Cahn's official theatrical guide. (1896) (14778691631)

Julius Cahn's official theatrical guide. (1896) (14778691631)

Identifier: juliuscahnsoffic00cahn (find matches) Title: Julius Cahn's official theatrical guide. Year: 1896 (1890s) Authors: Cahn, Julius Subjects: Theaters Motion picture theaters Publisher: New York : P... More

Stage actor William H Crane (SAYRE 22209)

Stage actor William H Crane (SAYRE 22209)

Stage actor William H. Crane. Subjects: actors

Marie Burroughs Art Portfolio 085 - William H. Crane
William H. Crane as "David Harum"

William H. Crane as "David Harum"

William H. Crane as "David Harum" Identifier: playersplaysofla02strauoft (find matches) Title: Players and plays of the last quarter century; an historical summary of causes and a critical review of conditions... More

Portrait of William Henry Crane
William H. Crane, stage actor

William H. Crane, stage actor

Portrait of actor William H. Crane

William H. Crane, seated portrait

William H. Crane, seated portrait

Portrait of actor William H. Crane