Edward Gordon Craig (1872-1966) was an English scene designer and the son of actress Ellen Terry. The collection contains
ephemera, exhibition catalogues, periodicals, photographs, and souvenir programs illustrating Craig's theatrical staging.
Edward Gordon Craig (1872-1966), the son of Ellen Terry, was the youngest member of Henry Irving's company. In his autobiography,
Index to the Story of My Days, Craig explains how he left the company for theatre design work and the writing of books on the theatre.
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