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Henry Clapp saw Heron perform in Camille.
Mentions Heron as one of the actors Eytinge met at Bulfinch Place in Boston.
Heron's emotional performance style was problematic for Andrew C. Wheeler. In a review of her career, he wrote that "She had no patience, no remorse, no wait in her. It was all impulse, mood, fever or chill."
Edward Wilkins saw Heron perform in Camille.
Wilkins praised Heron in the Herald.
Winter remembers meeting Heron and calls her a "beautiful actress."
On June 10, 1858, a fight took place between Keene and Heron during a performance of Mathilde.
With Laura Keene, Heron helped to popularize Brooklyn as a 1-2 night stand for talented and attractive actresses in the 1862-1863 seasons.
O'Brien was Heron's press agent.
William Winter worked as tour manager for Heron in September/October of 1859.
Heron performed the role of Marguerite Gautier in Alexandre Dumas' La Dame aux Camelias at Wallack's Theatre on January 22, 1857.
Odell makes note of Heron's appearances at Wallack's in 1856-57 season.
O'Brien was infatuated with Heron in 1857.
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