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Image "The Offices of 'The Strand Magazine'" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine. Shows the offices of Tit-Bits, The Strand Magazine, and The Million from street-view.

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Image "Mr. Newnes's Office" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 595. Shows George Newnes sitting at his desk.

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Image "The Counting-House" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 595. Shows the counting-house.

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Image "Mr. Newnes's Office (General View)" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" from the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, 596. Shows George Newnes's office.

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Image "The Private Secretary's Room" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" from the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 596. Shows the private secretary's, William Plank's, office.

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Image "Editorial Office of 'The Strand Magazine'" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 598. Shows editor H. Greenhough Smith sitting at a desk in the editorial office.

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Image "Art Editor's Office of 'The Strand Magazine'" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 598. Shows the art editor W. H. J. Boot sitting at his desk in his office.

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Image "The Inner Room" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 599. Shows Harrow How, writer of the reoccuring article "Interviews with Celebrated People" sitting at a desk in…

strand_offices 597 theartgallery.jpg
Image "The Art Gallery" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 597.

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Image "Office of 'The Million'" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 597. Shows the office for one of Newnes's other publications, The Million, and its editor Hartley Aspden…

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Image "Editorial Office of 'Tit-Bits'" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 599. Shows Tit-Bits editor Galloway Fraser in the editorial office.

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Image "Electrotyping Room" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 601.

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Image "Stereotyping Room" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 601.

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Image "The Publishing Office" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 606.

strand_offices 606 thepackingroom.jpg
Image "The Packing Room" from "A Description of the Offices of The Strand Magazine" in the fourth volume of The Strand Magazine, page 605.

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Benjamin Wilson's 1753 painting of David Garrick and George Anne Bellamy in "Romeo and Juliet", Act V, Scene iii, depicting Juliet awaking before Romeo's death

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Title page of The Regent: A Tragedy

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Title page of Harvest-Home: A Comic Opera in Two Acts as performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market

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Title page of The Adventurers: A Farce in Two Acts 

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Title page of The Dupe: A Comedy by Frances Chamberlain Sheridan. Published in 1764, this leaflet is the oldest of the plays in this collection
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