A Gentleman's Mother, Chicago, Francine Larrimore, George Abbott, Jeanne Eagels, Jeanne Eagels: A Life Revealed, Marjorie Rambeau, Martin Brown, Rain, Sadie Thompson, Sam Forrest, Sam H. Harris
Samuel Henry Harris was born in New York City on February 3, 1872. His early jobs ranged from selling cough drops to keeping the Irish storyteller and vaudevillian, John W. Kelly, out of saloon bars during a troubled stint at Miner’s Bowery Theatre. He also worked as a boxing promoter, managing prize-fighter Terry McGovern. By the age of twenty-two, Harris owned six racehorses. Continue reading
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