Missing Pages from “Life and Lillian Gish” (A.B. Paine) – scanned digitized edition

 

Missing Pages from “Life and Lillian Gish” (A.B. Paine) – scanned digitized edition

The scanned digitized edition of “Life and Lillian Gish” written by Albert Bigelow Paine has four missing pages. Kindly read below and/ or download PDF containing mentioned material.

Lillian said:

“Sometimes the theatre was very poor, and the dressing rooms nearly always bad (even to this day they could be better). Some were worse than others. At a theatre in Chicago, a theatre of the second or third class, a good way out, the dressing-rooms were in a kind of cellar. There

was water on the floor-we had to walk on boards. I remember the big, black water bugs. Mother had co shake out our dresses, before we put them on.

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