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    Mr. and Mrs. William A. Brady 1910 Engraved Sterling Silver Chalice from A Woman's Way Company. William A. Brady Sr.'s production of the Thompson Buchanan play A Woman's Way ran for a total of 112 performances at New York's Hackett Theatre from February 22 through May 1909. This 5.75" x 4.75" sterling silver chalice presented to Brady and his wife, actress Grace George, features the engraved inscription "May You Live These Fifty Years/TO MR. & MRS. WM A BRADY/From 'A Woman's Way' Company/January Eighth/Nineteen Hundred and Ten". George had a featured role in the production, as did Robert Warwick, who frequently was cast in prominent parts by Brady. In Fine condition with minor wear and tarnishing. From the William and Alice Brady Estate Archive.

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