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1. James William Dodd as Campley in "The Funeral" James William Dodd as Campley in "The Funeral" Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Actors; Singers; Costume; Female impersonators; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

2. James William Dodd as Clodio in "Love Makes a Man" James William Dodd as Clodio in "Love Makes a Man" Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

3. James William Dodd as Faddle in "The Foundling" James William Dodd as Faddle in "The Foundling" Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

4. James William Dodd as Linco on "Cymon" James William Dodd as Linco on "Cymon" Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

5. James William Dodd as Lord Foppington in "The Careless Husband" James William Dodd as Lord Foppington in "The Careless Husband" Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

6. James William Dodd as Tinsel in "The Drummer" James William Dodd as Tinsel in "The Drummer" Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

7. James William Dodd as Dupeley and Frances Abington as Lady Bab Lardoon in "Maid of the Oaks" James William Dodd as Dupeley and Frances Abington as Lady Bab Lardoon in "Maid of the Oaks" Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Abington, Mrs., (Frances Barton), 1737-1815; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

8. Portrait of James William Dodd Portrait of James William Dodd Dodd, James William, 1740?-1796; Actors; Singers; Theatrical managers; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

9. Charles Dubellamy as Young Meadows and Anne Brown Cargill as Rosetta in a scene from "Love in a Village" Charles Dubellamy as Young Meadows and Anne Brown Cargill as Rosetta in a scene from "Love in a Village" Cargill, Ann, ca. 1759-1784; Dubellamy, Charles Clementine, d. 1793; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the performing arts; Women in the theater

10. Charles Dubellamy and Ann Brown Cargill in a scene from "The Carnival of Venice" Charles Dubellamy and Ann Brown Cargill in a scene from "The Carnival of Venice" Cargill, Ann, ca. 1759-1784; Dubellamy, Charles Clementine, d. 1793; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the performing arts; Women in the theater

11. John Dunstall as Dominick in "The Spanish Fryar" John Dunstall as Dominick in "The Spanish Fryar" Dunstall, John, 1717-1778; Actors; Singers; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Performing arts--History--18th century--Pictorial works
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