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Augustin Daly claims Menken's real name was Adelaide McCord.
Daly convinced Wallack to add a provision to Rose Eytinge's contract.
Daly worked at The Courier while Briggs was in charge of it.
Daly takes over Brougham's theater.
Curtis is listed as one of the few critics who "did justice to the drama" in reviewing Augustin Daly's Deborah.
Eytinge acted in number of plays at Daly's New York Theater.
Stephen Ryder Fiske worked as an agent for Daly.
Performed in The Monkey Boy at Laura Keene's theater.
Daly writes the introduction to Menken's short autobiography.
After spending most of his career attacking Daly's work, A. C. Wheeler reversed his opinion about Daly.
Daly was assisted by Frank Wood (for the play Taming the Butterfly), who wrote a burlesque, called Leah the Forsook that caught Daly's eye and led to their partnership.
Refers to Augustin Daly as her "fast friend" for arranging the details of her voyage to Europe "in just twelve hours from the time I had settled to go."
The friendship between Daly and William Winter during the 1880s and 1890s caused people to question Winter's "critical integrity and earned him the nickname of 'Daly's house poet.'"
The Vault at Pfaff's
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