Louise Carman (1842-1934)
Louise Carman (born Louisa Mary Ann Carman) was a dancer and actress, popular in the 1860s. In April 1866 she danced in "Don Caesar de Bazan" at Wallack's Theatre. In June of that same year she appeared in the supporting cast for "The Swiss Cottage," "The Irish Tutor," and the "Limerick Boy," at Seaver's Opera House (Williamsburgh). During this period the performer married theatrical manager William S. Higgins. Carman, a member of Wallack's Company in 1867, was loaned out for "The Irish Immigrant" and "Handy Andy." In August of the same year the actress was Mrs. Jenevir in "Little Nell" at Wallack's. After Higgins' death (1884), she married Alexander Robb (1886). Carman, the niece of actress Caroline Carman, poses here for a photo in the C. D. Fredricks studio in New York City, circa 1866.
- 1865 circa 5 years
- Original Format:
- Carte de Visite
- C. D. Fredricks & Co.
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