Original, rare Coca Cola product.
The print comes from the United States.
Russell, Lillian (1861–1922)
A comedic opera singer, actress and political activist who has been widely hailed as the embodiment of American Beauty. Name changes: Nellie; Diamond Lil. Born Helen Louise Leonard on December 4, 1861, in Clinton, Iowa; She died on June 6, 1922, at her home in Pittsburgh due to "complications" (some sources report her death as due to a fall that, at the time, did not seem serious); the daughter of Charles Egbert Leonard (editor of newspapers and books) and Cynthia Leonard (political activist and advocate for women's rights); she attended private schools in Chicago: the Convent of the Sacred Heart Grammar School and the Park Institute, a master's school; she studied singing privately with Leopold Damrosch, a well-known Brooklyn voice actor; married Harry Braham (conductor) in 1880 (divorced); married Edward Solomon (a musician) in 1883 (divorced), married John Haley (an actor) in 1894 (divorced), she then married Alexander Pollock Moore (newspaper editor) in 1912; children: (first marriage) son who died in childhood; (second marriage) Dorothy Solomon.
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- Aantal items
- Framework met Vintage Advertising Printing
- Papier / Hout / Glas
- Fabrikant / Merk
- The Coca-Cola Company
- Geschatte periode
- Begin 19e eeuw
- Land van herkomst
- Goede staat - gebruikt met kleine tekenen van ouderdom en vlekjes
- 60×42×2 cm
- 10 kg