Gabrielle Ray

'Gabrielle Ray said, 'I am always dancing; I love it! When I don't dance, I sing. What else is there to do?'

Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 5384 A) 1908 England

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Gabrielle Ray – The Little Cherub – 1906

Music sheet cover for “The Little Cherub” Lancers, on melodies by Ival Caryll from the musical play of that name, arranged by Leonard Williams;

lithograph by H.G. Banks, London, from original artwork by Reginald Pannett (Reginald Joseph Pannett, 1875-1924) depicting members of the original cast of “The Little Cherub”

(produced at the Prince of Wales’s Theatre, London, 13 January 1906), left to right: Lily Elsie, Gabrielle Ray, Fred Kaye, Zena Dare and Grace Pindar.

(Published by Chappell & Co. Ltd., 50 New Bond Street, London, W., and Melbourne, Australia, 1906)

Footlight Notes

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Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 480 A)

Gaiety Girls (J. Beagles 696 T) – Dated 11th August 1905

Gaiety Girls (J. Beagles 696 T)

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Gaiety Girls (J. Beagles 696 T) – Dated 11th August 1905

 

Gaiety Girls (J. Beagles 696 T)

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Gabrielle Ray – Postcards by the Millions – Christchurch Times – Saturday 21st July 1906

 

POSTCARDS BY MILLIONS. – A writer in the “Royal Magazine” has made inquiries with a view to ascertaining whose portrait is most popular with the purchasers of picture post cards. He finds that Miss Marie Studholme comes first, Miss Gabrielle Ray a close second, the two sisters, Misses Zena and Phyllis Dare, practically tie for third place, while Miss Ellaline Terries and Miss Gertie Millar are great favourites. Post Office officials computed that 430,090,000 postcards were posted in Great Britain during 1903. A count was kept at several summer resorts last year, and during June, July, and August the weekly average of cards posted at Blackpool alone was 215,000. In the first week of August the total reached 300,000

Christchurch Times – Saturday 21st July 1906

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Gabrielle Ray (Rotary X.S. 304)

Lady Madcap (Rotary 1939 I)

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Gabrielle Ray (Davidson Bros. 4061 X)

Gabrielle Ray (Davidson Bros. 4061 X) 1908

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Which is the prettiest (Rotary 3434 A)

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Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 3430 A)

Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 3430 A) 1907

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Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 3436)

Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 3436) 1907

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