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Original John Charles Pitcher William (aka Wilhelm or C. Wilhelm) costume design for the original 1885 production of "The Mikado" at the Savoy Theatre. Character not identified.

Original John Charles Pitcher William (aka Wilhelm or C. Wilhelm) costume design for the original 1885 production of "The Mikado" at the Savoy Theatre. Character not identified.

J. & P. Coats trade card of Elsie Cameron as Katisha in the authorized American production of "The Mikado" at the Fifth Avenue Theater in New York, 1885

J. & P. Coats trade card of Elsie Cameron as Katisha in the authorized American production of "The Mikado" at the Fifth Avenue Theater in New York, 1885

Photograph (1885), by Herbert Rose Barraud (1845-1896), of George Grossmith (1847-1912), as Ko-Ko, in The Mikado (1885), by Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900).

Photograph (1885), by Herbert Rose Barraud (1845-1896), of George Grossmith (1847-1912), as Ko-Ko, in The Mikado (1885), by Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900).

"The Mikado," Frederick Federici as The Mikado of Japan, 1885, authorized American production.

"The Mikado," Frederick Federici as The Mikado of Japan, 1885, authorized American production.

"The Mikado,: Frederick Bovill as Pish-Tush, 1885, original production.

"The Mikado,: Frederick Bovill as Pish-Tush, 1885, original production.

Frederick Federici as The Mikado of Japan in the 1885 authorized American production of "The Mikado" at the Fifth Avenue Theater in New York. Falk photograph.

Frederick Federici as The Mikado of Japan in the 1885 authorized American production of "The Mikado" at the Fifth Avenue Theater in New York. Falk photograph.

Costume design (1907), by Charles Bétout (1869-1945), for Nour-Eddin, in “Thamara” (1881), by Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray (1840-1910).

Costume design (1907), by Charles Bétout (1869-1945), for Nour-Eddin, in “Thamara” (1881), by Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray (1840-1910).

Cabinet photograph entitled “Three Little Maids From School Are We" with Sybil Grey as Peep-Bo, Leonora Braham as Yum-Yum and Jessie Bond as Pitti-Sing in the original DOC production of "The Mikado" in 1885. Photo by Barraud.

Cabinet photograph entitled “Three Little Maids From School Are We" with Sybil Grey as Peep-Bo, Leonora Braham as Yum-Yum and Jessie Bond as Pitti-Sing in the original DOC production of "The Mikado" in 1885. Photo by Barraud.

"The Mikado," Geraldine St. Maur as Peep-Bo, 1885, authorized American production (NYC premiere) and various DOC touring productions.

"The Mikado," Geraldine St. Maur as Peep-Bo, 1885, authorized American production (NYC premiere) and various DOC touring productions.

Costume design (1907), by Charles Bétout (1869-1945), for twelve slaves, in “Thamara” (1881), by Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray (1840-1910).

Costume design (1907), by Charles Bétout (1869-1945), for twelve slaves, in “Thamara” (1881), by Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray (1840-1910).

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