Frederic Stewart Isham (1866Ė1922). American author and playwright. Born: March 29, 1865 in Detroit, Michigan, USA . Died: September 6, 1922 (age 57) in New York City, New York, USA,
OLD DRURY Lane rang with applause for the performance of Madame Carew. Of British-French parentage, she was a recognized peer among the favorite actresses on the English stage and a woman whose attractions of face and manner were of a high order. She came naturally by her talents, being a descendant of Madame de Panilnac, famed as an actress, confidante of Louise-Benedicte, Duchess du Maine, who originated the celebrated nuits blanches at Sceaux during the close of Louis XIVís reign.
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