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Vintage original 6.75 x 8.75 in. US double-weight matte photograph of silent film actor and comedian HARRY BOOKER c.1915.

Taken during his association with the Triangle Film Company's "Keystone Comedies" brand (headed by Mack Sennett), he is depicted in an interior publicity shot that was taken by the acclaimed Hollywood photographer, Fred Hartsook, and the printing quality is exquisite. This example was unused and is in very fine condition. There is a "Triangle-Keystone" stamp on the verso along with a smaller "Triangle" and "Harry Booker" stamp, all in light purple ink.

*"Harry Booker was born in 1850 in Kentucky, USA. He was an actor, known for The Hottentot (1922), The Cannon Ball (1915) and Pills of Peril (1916). Booker appeared in vaudeville as part of “Canfield and Booker” team and entered silent films with Mack Sennett in Keystone comedies. He died on June 28, 1924 in San Diego, California."

*(source: IMDb



HARRY BOOKER (c.1915) 6.75 x 8.75 Double-Weight Photograph 01 By Fred Hartsook

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