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English: Newspaper photograph of comedian Charley Grapewin (Charles Ellsworth Grapewin) (1869–1956) in a top hat and bow tie. Originally published in The New York Clipper, December 22, 1900, p. 946.
|Source||photo-only crop of 122200.jpg linked from http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/vshtml/vsflme.html via "About these motion pictures" in the American Variety Stage collection of the Library of Congress American Memory Project. Retrieved 2009-08-21. Originally published in The New York Clipper, December 22, 1900, p. 946.|
|Author||photographer unknown; via The New York Clipper|
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public domain: first published in the United States in 1900
Caption in the original publication (in uncropped copy):
- CHARLES E. GRAPEWIN is assisted by his wife, Anna Chance, in presenting his own character sketch, "Above The Limit" in the vaudvilles, and, testifying to the popularity of their offering, they started the present season on Aug. 27 with their time solidly booked to the week of May 13 next. Their tour will embrace two complete rounds of the Keith circuit, two weeks at each house; two tours of the Proctor circuit, two engagements at Hyde & Behman's, Brooklyn; the Moore circuit, the Shea circuit, Hurtig & Seamon's Music Hall, and two weeks at the Empire Theatre, Cleveland. They have in preparation another act by Mr. Grapewin, entitled "The Awakening of Pip".
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