10. Miss Gertrude Elliott as "Peggy" in "Mice and Men"

Scope and Content

One cigarette card with illustration of Miss Gertrude Elliott.

Text on the reverse of the card reads:

(Lady Forbes-Robertson), the sister of Miss Maxime Elliott, made her first appearance on the stage in Yew York in 1894, becoming the wife of Forbes-Robertson six years afterwards. Those who have seen that great actor as "Hamlet" will equally remember his distinguished wife as "Orphelia." In 1902, she had great success as "Peggy" in "Mice and Men," and a complete list of the parts in which she has appeared with her husband, to the delight of an appreciative public, would occupy a considerable space.