For Sale is a 12 page Supplement to "The Sketch" for May 24th 1905. This copy has been taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Half page Advert for "The Erasmic Co, Ltd.
The Original "Leah Kleschna" as Playwright. Photographs showing the Production of three Plays by Mrs. Fiske at the Manhattan Theatre, New York. 1- "The Rose." 2- "The Light From St. Agnes." 3- "The Eyes of the Heart."
Society of the Day as the Society of Other Days. Stall-holders at the Grand Historical Bazaar in Aid of Westminster Hospital. Full page of Photographs showing Stall-holders Dressed in Costumes from the Reigns of the following Kings and Queens of England.. 1- Amy, Lady Pelly. (William I.). 2- Miss Hollebone. ( Henry V.). 3- Lady Peel. (Henry iV.). 4- Miss Rosalind Bridge. (Henry III.). 5- Miss G. Hargreaves Brown. ( Henry V.).
Society of the Day as the Society of Other Days. Stall-Holders at the Grand Historical Bazaar in Aid of Westminster Hospital. Full page of photographs showing Stall-holders Dressed in Costumes from the Reigns of the Following Kings and Queens of England. 1- Mrs. Cyril Spottiswoode (Caxton Stall). 2- The Countess of Yarmouth (Charles II.). 3- Lady Thomes (George I.). 4- Miss Ina Wilson (James II.). 5- Miss Erskine (Charles I.).
Sculpture, Neglected in England, Encouraged in France. Examples in Paris Salons. Photographs show,- 1- Profane Music. - Peyre. 2- A Sacred Dance. - Segoffin. 3- The Deathless Modeller. - J. Perrin. 4- Profane Music. - Henri Allouard. 5- A Bacchante. - Felix Charpentier. 6- Fortune.- MME. Coutan-Montorgueil. 7- Byblis Weeps.- J.M. Camus. 8- Torso of a Woman.- Auguste Rodin. 9- Nymph at the Spring. - Levasseur.
Napoleon Bonaparte's Family on the Stage. Full page of photographs showing Characters in "The Creole," at the Haymarket Theatre.
"The Man of Destiny" and "The Creole." Full page showing Mr. Cyril Maude as Napoleon Bonaparte, and Miss Alice Crawford as Josephine. Both appearing in "The Creole " at the Haymarket Theatre.
"Alice Sit-By-The-Fire." Full page photograph of Miss Ellen Terry, appearing in Mr. Barrie's "Page From A Daughter's Diary," at the Duke of York's Theatre.
Half page Advert for "Mappin & Webb' & 'Mappin Bros."