1916, Print of May Irwin Handwritten in ink: 'Compliments of/May Irwin/December 23rd/1916'
1904, This is a recipe for mince meat from May Irwin's Home Cooking. May Irwin's Home Cooking was published in 1904 by Frederick A. Stokes Company in New York. May Irwin was known for her love of cooking and baking and she put together this cookbook with recipes contributed by chefs, waiters, and...
...A black and white photographic postcard of The Bride's Loaf Island, Pulpit Rock, May Irwin
Inn and the Steamer "Castanet"....
1894, A black and white portrait of May Irwin wearing a hat. This portrait was used to endorse X-Zalia Medicine Bottom: May Irwin, With complements of X-Zalia
c.1905, A black and white portrait of May Irwin. She is wearing stripes. Bottom: PHILA. POST CARD CO. MAY IRWIN
c.1913, A black and white photograph of May Irwin's summer home. There is a portrait of May Irwin in the upper right of the photograph. This building was on an island in the Thousand Islands at Clayton, New York. Bottom:
MAY IRWIN INN, CLAYTON, N.Y., THOUSAND ISLANDS, N.Y.
1905, A black and white portrait of May Irwin. This is a blended photograph and pencil sketch. This photograph and pencil portrait was signed to Mrs. Roberts on April 5, 1905. Mrs. Roberts must have known May Irwin when she was young, for she signed her real name (Georgie Campbell) as well as her stage...
c.1882, A black and white portrait of May Irwin. This is a side view of the right side of her face.
c.1885, A black and white full figure photograph of May Irwin. She is wearing a hat and long dress. Her hands are on her hips.
c.1890, A black and white full body portrait of May Irwin. Her right hand is on her hip and left hand is leaning on the top of a bench.
1896, A black and white photograph of May Irwin and John C. Rice kissing. This picture is from a scene from the play "The Widow Jones".
1904, Colour postcard showing May Irwin and co-star in a scene from Mrs. Black is Back.
c.1895, A black and white portrait of May Irwin. She is leaning her right hand on a ledge and her left hand is on her hip. She is wearing a dark coloured hat and dark gloves with a light coloured dress. Bottom: Yours, May Irwin
14 May 1927, Black and white photograph of May Irwin and her second husband and manager, Kurt Esfeldt. This photograph was taken while the couple was on their way to their summer home in the Thousand Islands near Clayton, New York. May Irwin was born in Whitby in 1862. She later moved to the US where she...
c.1900, A black and white portrait of May Irwin. This image was printed in a book or magazine of American Theatrical Personalities. Exact title and source are unknown.
c.1907, A black and white full body portrait of May Irwin. She is wearing a long lacy dress. She is standing tall and her left hand is resting on a chair. Her right hand is behind her back. Bottom: illegible, 1577
c.1910, A black and white full body portrait of May Irwin. In this photograph she is sitting on a chair with her right arm leaning on a desk to the right of her. Miss Irwin is dressed as Mrs. Peckham in "Mrs. Peckham's Carouse."
Cira 1900, Portrait/Postcard of May Irwin Handwritten in ink along bottom: Your beautiful postal has been rec'd and it made me rather homesick to take a mountain trip on the Moffat road again. Yours Charlotte Hallard.
Hand Written on verso: Miss Daisy Burchfield 1624 Curtis Street Denver, Colorado
1904, Portrait/Postcard of May Irwin and Company in a scene from Mrs.Black is Back Handwritten in ink along bottom: Lancaster St. Albany, New York From Eva
Hand Written on verso: Miss Clara Miller, Now Baltimore, Mich.
Portrait/Postcard of May Irwin's Summer Home hear Clayton,Thousand Islands, N.Y.
c.1905, Photographic postcard of May Irwin. May Irwin was born Georgina May Campbell on 27 June 1962 at Whitby. May and her sister, Flora (Flo), began performing as young teenagers in order to provide money for their widowed mother. They debuted in Buffalo, NY in 1874.
May created a career for herself...
...Flo Irwin was the sister of May Irwin
, a broadway performer born in Whitby, Ontario....
Winter, Brian, Town of Whitby Archivist, Historical Whitby - May Irwin (Part One), "Historical Whitby - May Irwin (Part One)," Whitby Free Press, 11 Jul 1979, p. 8
c.1880, A black and white portrait of May Irwin. This portrait shows a view of the right side of her face. She is wearing a hat. This photograph was from a collection of pictures of theatrical personalities accumulated by Frederick Meserve of New York, a famous American collector of pictures related to...
...This is a recording of a song called She Forgot to Bring Him Back composed by May Irwin
and performed by Ada Jones in 1908....
's older sister was the actress Flo Irwin. This picture accompanied an article entitled "Canadian Successes on the American Stage" in The Globe (Toronto), January 5, 1907, Saturday Illustrated Edition....
...At the time of this photo, Flo Irwin was appearing in "The Widow Jones" at the Grand Opera House. Flo Irwin was the sister of May Irwin
...Flora Irwin was the older sister of actress May Irwin
...Flora Irwin was May Irwin
's sister. Both were successful vaudeville singers and actresses of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Irwin sisters were born in Whitby....
...This frame house was built in the 1850s at the south-east corner of Byron and Elm Streets. It was at one time owned by Chester Draper but became the childhood home of May Irwin
, New York stage actress. John Stanlick purchased the home in 1910, remodeled it, and covered it with stucco...
Whitby Free Press, 18 Jul 1979,
Last week this column described the earily life in Whitby of
, a noted Broadway singer and actress, who was
born in Whitby and started her theatrical career in Buffalo in
She and her sister who used the name Flo Irwin (their real
Whitby Free Press, 11 Jul 1979,
...ï»¿PAGE 8, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1979, WHITBY FREE PRESS
This week we begin a series of columns on the life of May
, one of the most famous actresses, singers and
comediennes of the 1890s and early 1900s on the Broadway
Whitby Free Press, 4 Feb 1976,
.... The Campbell family was poor
and had to go to Buffalo in the 1870s to seek there fortune.
There Miss Campbell started a career in the theatre, and
became known as May Irwin
, one of the most famous
commediennes on Broadway, in the 1890s.
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120 BROCK ST. M. WHIlTBY - TEL...
Whitby Free Press, 29 Aug 1979,
... for information more often from outside of
the community than from within.
There is a special file on famous personalities such as May
the Broadway actress of the eighteen eighties. A good
deal of material was sent up from New York including her
1979 CHEVROLET CAPRICE CLASSICFOUR-DOOR SEDAN...
Whitby Free Press, 17 Jun 1987,
... man of great charisma, but apart from the
bare clinical facts - newspaper accounts, tegal records and
obituaries (obits neyer include the intrigue and scandaIs) - we
know very little about him. And May Irwin
, a great Broadway ac-
tress of the late 1800's was from Whitby. And Harry Hatch...
Whitby Free Press, 18 Aug 1993,
... in Brooklin, gave the
bell te Brookrsn United
Church in 1925.
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Broadway actress born in
Whitby in 1862. intraduced
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Whitby Free Press, 13 Apr 1994,
132 Brock Street North.
3. St, John the Evangelist
Roman Catholic Cernetery
on Rossland Road was
dedicated in 1880.
4. May Irwin
whose real name was
Georgina May Campbell,
starred in a film called "The
Kissu made by Thomas
Edison in 1896.
brunch on Sunday, April 24 at
Whitby Free Press, 7 Feb 1996,
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