W. Graham (Walford Graham) Robertson (1866-1948) was a dramatic author, and author/illustrator of several books, including:
Pinkie and the fairies (1908),
A masque of May morning,
Gold, Frankincense and myrrh,
The slippers of Cinderella, and
The town of the Ford. The collection contains scrapbooks of clippings about Robertson's work, and photographs of Robertson and actors and actresses
such as George Alexander, Ellen Terry, and Mrs. Patrick Campbell.
Robertson was born on July 8, 1866; his works as a dramatic author include: Pinkie and the fairies (1908), A masque of May morning (1919), and a comic opera titled, The fountain of youth (1929); also wrote and illustrated several books, including: A masque of May morning, Gold, Frankincense and myrrh, The babies' day-book, The slippers of Cinderella, Old Chiddingfold, and The town of the Ford; died in 1948.
3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.)
1 oversize box
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