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THE STORY OF ELLA WARNER.
Upsand Dowas in the Career of a Variety Theatre Actress.
The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Dec 10, 1877
Start Page: 3
Pages: 1

From the Kansas City Times. Some three or four years ago, when the old Walnut Street Theatre was in full least and each night welcomed a new star and added to the attractions of the theatre, there came from the East a charming, wild, laughing female vocalist with a banja. Ella Warner was the favorite, and night after night the Walnut-street Theatre shoot and trembled with the applause awarded the young and vivacious blonde from Cincinnati.

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