Frank Harris Gallery
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|Harris accompanied by a tipstaff on his way to Brixton prison, February 1914. Harris was imprisoned for three weeks for contempt of court after Modern Society printed a comment on the defendant in a divorce case. Copyright Corbis.|
|Frank and Nellie in relaxed mood sitting outside a café, location unknown. Copyright Allen Ross.|
|From left to right: A. I. Tobin, Nellie Harris, Frank Harris, Arthur Leonard Ross. Taken on Frank's last visit to America in 1928. Copyright Allen Ross.|
|Frank and Nellie Harris. Taken on Frank's last visit to America in 1928. Copyright Allen Ross.|
|Vanity Fair print of Harris by the artist "Owl" (real name not known), obtained via eBay from The Way We Were, who specialise in such prints.|
|A portrait photograph of Oscar Wilde, 1882. Taken while Wilde was in America on his first lecture tour? Copyright Corbis.|
|A photograph of Bernard Shaw, 1928, signed on the reverse by Shaw to Harris. This was presumably taken during Shaw's visit to Nice in August 1928. Shaw was suffering from ill-health during his sojourn in the South of France and had to cancel a dinner date with Harris at least twice. Whether the dinner finally took place or not is unclear. Copyright Allen Ross.|
|A portrait photograph of Bernard Shaw, 1923. Around this time he was working on his Saint Joan. Harris could never understand why Shaw's play was a hit while his own Joan La Romée was not. Copyright Corbis.|
Submitted 16 years 4 months ago by Alfred Armstrong.