The Wonder of Vaudeville by Richard Duffy
article cut from January 1901 (v6 #6) issue of Ainslee's Magazine
- Article contains 9 pages, 16 illustrations -
Sam Lockhart's "Three Graces"
Otto T. Johnson - sleight-of-hand
Maude McIntyre - singer
Brothers Damm - acrobats
Robert Downing (as "King Lear")
Marvelous Dunham Family - circus troupe
Papinta - "picture dancer"
Watson, Hutchings and Edwards - comedy trio
Artie Hall - "coon shouter"
Wright Huntington - director of stock troupe
McIntyre & Heath, "Negro Sketch Artists"
Edward M. Favor and Edith Sinclair - comedy sketches
Lizzie and Vinnie Daly - singers
James Richmond Glenroy - monologist
Charles R. Sweet - "The Musical Burglar"
(edited from Wikipedia)
Ainslee's Magazine was an American literary periodical published from 1897 to December 1926.
The magazine's publishers were Howard, Ainslee & Co., a division of the Street & Smith publishing in New York City.
Among those who wrote for Ainslee's were Stephen Crane, Bret Harte, O. Henry, Jack London, Edna St. Vincent Millay and P. G. Wodehouse.
(Actual size of article: 6 1/2" x 9 1/4")