Written by Thomas Edgar Pemberton, and published in 1888, "Charles Dickens and the stage; a record of his connection with the drama as playwright, actor, and critic" provides a contemporary account of Dickens' theatrical activities. This extra illustrated copy contains around 350 additional portraits, views, stage scenes, etc.
H. Inserted: A.L.S. from Charles Dickens to Benjamin Webster. London, Jan. 15, 1859. 1 p. ; A.L.S. from Charles Dickens to [David] Roberts. [n.p.] Feb. 21, 1851. 1 p. ; Dickens, Charles. Description of the scene proposed [for stage setting for an amateur performance at Tavistock House] Holograph, unsigned and undated. 1 p. 3. H. ; Inserted following title-page: A.L.S. from Henry Irving to an unknown correspondent. [London.] March 14, 1892. 1 p. ; at p. 173: A.L.S. from J.L. Toole to T. E. Ashworth. [London] Feb. 5, 1881. 1 p. ; at p. 242: A.L.S. from Barry Sullivan to H. Strakeles. [n.p.] Oct. 10, 1871. 1 p.