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1. William O'Brien as Edgar, Thomas King as Florimond and Mrs. Yates as Emmeline in a scene from "Edgar William O'Brien as Edgar, Thomas King as Florimond and Mrs. Yates as Emmeline in a scene from "Edgar and Emmeline" O'Brien, William, d. 1815; King, Thomas, 1730-1805; Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Dramatists; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

2. Richard Yates as Sir Benjamin Dove, Jane Green (nee Hippisley) as Lady Dove and Henry Woodward as Captain Richard Yates as Sir Benjamin Dove, Jane Green (nee Hippisley) as Lady Dove and Henry Woodward as Captain Ironsides in a scene from "The Brothers" Yates, Richard, 1706?-1796; Green, Jane, d. 1791; Woodward, Henry, 1714-1777; Actors; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

3. Charles Blakes as Jenkins, Richard Yates as Sir Gregory Gazette, and Mr. Costello as Tim in a scene Charles Blakes as Jenkins, Richard Yates as Sir Gregory Gazette, and Mr. Costello as Tim in a scene from "The Knights" Blakes, Charles, d. 1763; Yates, Richard, 1706?-1796; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

4. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) speaking the epilogue to "The Earl of Warwick" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) speaking the epilogue to "The Earl of Warwick" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

5. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Agnes in "The Fatal Curiosity" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Agnes in "The Fatal Curiosity" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

6. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Almeria in "The Mourning Bride" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Almeria in "The Mourning Bride" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

7. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Belvidera in "Venice Preserved" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Belvidera in "Venice Preserved" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

8. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

9. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

10. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Cleopatra in "All For Love" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Cleopatra in "All For Love" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

11. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) with Laurence Clinch as the Duke and Duchess of Braganza in "Braganza" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) with Laurence Clinch as the Duke and Duchess of Braganza in "Braganza" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

12. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Electra in "Orestes" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Electra in "Orestes" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

13. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Isabella in "Isabella" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Isabella in "Isabella" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

14. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Isabella in "Isabella" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Isabella in "Isabella" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

15. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Jane Shore in "Jane Shore" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Jane Shore in "Jane Shore" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

16. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Jane Shore in "Jane Shore" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Jane Shore in "Jane Shore" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

17. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Lady Macbeth in "Macbeth" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Lady Macbeth in "Macbeth" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

18. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Lady Townley in "The Provoked Husband" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Lady Townley in "The Provoked Husband" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

19. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Lady Townley and William Smith as Lord Townley in a scene from "The Provoked Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Lady Townley and William Smith as Lord Townley in a scene from "The Provoked Husband" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Smith, William, 1730-1819; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

20. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Mandane in "Cyrus" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Mandane in "Cyrus" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater
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