Clara Morris (1849-1925) was an American actress. She was reared in Cleveland, Ohio, where at the Academy of Music she became a member of the ballet and afterward leading actress. She went to New York in 1870 as a member of Daly's company. In 1872, she made a sensation in L'Article 47. Other successes followed and she became known as an actress distinguished for spontaneity and naturalness. For some years after 1885, she devoted herself mainly to literary work, writing Silent Singer (1899), Pasteboard Crown: A Story of the New York Stage (1902), Stage Confidences: Talks About Players and Play Acting (1902) and Trouble Woman (1904).
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(229mm x 152mm x 8mm)
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