Nom de la Personne Crabtree, Lotta
Autre Noms Crabtree, Lotta, 1847-1924 ([Nom de l`Autorité] Authority name) ,
Crabtree, Lotta Mignon ([Nom de scène] Stage name) ,
Little Lotta ([Nom de scène] Stage name) ,
California Diamond, The ([Surnom] Nickname) ,
California Pet, The ([Surnom] Nickname) ,
Crabtree, Charlotte ([Nom de naissance] Birth name)
Sexe [femelle] Female
Identité Culturelle American
Pays de Résidence United States
Date de Naissance [1847] 1847
Date de Mort [1924] 1924
Liens Géographiques United States
Notes Lotta Crabtreee started her career as a child star, singing, dancing (her dancing instructor had been Lola Montez), playing the banjo, and acting in comedic roles in California mining towns in 1855. She moved to San Francisco in 1857, and became one of the most beloved performers the City has ever seen, as well as one of the richest actress of her time. In 1864, she moved on to a successful stage career in New York, but returned to San Francisco often. In 1875, she donated an ornate, 24-foot-tall bronze fountain to the San Francisco, to show her appreciation of the city that gave her her start.

Associated Items

Productions Associées 1879Aug24, Baldwin Theater, Little Nell and the Marchioness
Representations of person in components 1003873
Components associated with person 373, 1003888, 1003875