George Cohan and Ethel Barrymore. Old friends, they renewed their acquaintance at Jacksonville, Florida. 1919 Ethel Barrymore in 1925 as Ophelia in Walter Hampden's Production of "Hamlet."

Ethel Barrymore in 1905 preparing for James M. Barrie's Alice-Sit-By-the-Fire. It was officially announced that Miss Barrymore will wed shortly Captain Harry Graham, of the English Guards. Graham was the son of Sir Henry Graham,the private secretary of Lord Rosebery. A young Ethel Barrymore

Ethel Barrymore around 1904. Ethel Barrymore showing a Heatherbloom Petticoat. "It's graceful, bouffant, practical and serviceable, and at the same time elegant. Made in all the fashionable shades." These lines are from Ethel's great comedy success "Our Mrs. McChesney," by Edna Ferber. The Petticoat that Made the Play possible. 1915.

Ethel Barrymore 1929 as "Sister Garcia" in The Kingdom of God, the play by G. Martinez Sierra. Miss Barrymore opened the handsome New York theatre named in her honor. She brought to this play all of the gifts which had made her so distinguished


Ethel Barrymore in 1901

Ethel Barrymore in Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines, at the Garrick Theater in 1901 Miss Ethel Barrymore was educated at a convent. Here we see her getting ready to star in "Sunday" where she will be acting in rags.