Item 2008.001.1629 - Jennie McNulty

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Jennie McNulty

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  • [ca. 1890] (Creation)
    Newsboy Tobacco Company

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1 photograph : cabinet photograph ; 14 x 9.5 cm, on mount 16.5 x 10.8 cm

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Newsboy Tobacco Works would give away cabinet cards as 'premiums' for making a purchase of plug tobacco produced by their company, which later became American Tobacco Co

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American actress and "Gaiety Girl", Jennie McNulty was the leader of the Chroisters' Association in 1895, a predominately women's club with four small rooms for reading, writing, and relaxing and two large rooms for rehearsals.

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Significant fading throughout.
Lacunae : upper right corner, lower left corner, & lower right corner of mount.

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Inscribed in pencil in upper right corner of mount verso : 5.00 / wk

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Stamped in red ink, lower edge of mount recto : JENNIE McNULTY / Newsboy NEW YORK
Davis, Tracy. "Actresses as Working Women: Their Social Identity in Victorian Culture." Routledge, 1991: p. 66.

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