FFOLLIOTT PAGET

Benjamin J. Falk, New York City theatrical photographer, produced this cabinet card portrait of English actress FFolliott Paget. She is dressed to look her best; wearing pearls and a fur coat. Ms Paget appeared in fourteen Broadway plays including “What Every Woman Knows” ((1908-1909) and “The Rivals” (1912).

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  1. What fun! I’ve actually read “What Every Woman Knows”. It’s by J. M. Barrie, who is best known these days for writing “Peter Pan”, but who wrote some rather remarkable plays in his day. It’s interesting to add this detail to my awareness of it. “The Rivals”, on the other hand, was over a century old when she did it, already a classic by her day.


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