Index to the Story of My Days: Some Memoirs of Edward Gordon Craig, 1872-1907

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ILLUSTRATIONS
FrontispieceE. G. C. in 1911. Ellen Terry's favourite photograph of him, kept in a leather case on her dressing table. Ellen Terty Museum.
Facing p.16'Choosing.' Portrait of Ellen Terry by G. F. Watts, 1864. By courtesy of Kerrison Preston Esq.
17Edward William Godwin, c. 1864 .
32'Boo.' Photograph by Window & Grove. Ellen Terry Museum.
33Edy. Photograph by Window & Grove, 1884. Ellen Terry Museum.
64E. G. C. in 1886. Photograph by Window & Grove. Ellen Terry Museum.
65First appearance of E. G. C. upon the stage, as Joey in 'Eugene Aram,' Chicago, 1885. Photograph by Window & Grove. Picture Post Library.
80Henry Irving. Drawing by Paul Renouard, 1885. Author's Collection.
96E. G. C. about 1890. Picture Post Library.
97E. G. C. in 'The Dead Heart,' 1890.
113Henry Irving. Woodcut by James Pryde. Picture Post Library.
128Ellen Terry and E. G. C. in 'Nance Oldfield.' Photograph by Window & Grove. Mander & Mitchenson Collection.
129E. G. C. as Cromwell in 'Henry VIII,' 1892. Picture Post Library.
144Henry Irving as Dubose. Drawing by James Pryde. Victoria and Albert Museum.
145E. G. C. with Violet Vanbrugh, 1892. Picture Post Library.
160E. G. C. as Hamlet. Painting by William Rothenstein. By courtesy of Sir John Rothenstein.
161Design for 'Hamlet,' Act I, 1903.
176James Pryde. Woodcut by William Nicholson, 1899.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Author's Note v
  • Illustrations vi
  • Foreword 1
  • Index 302
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