15 Marino Crescent, Clontarf

   Birthplace of Bram Stoker

        The Lyceum Theatre, London

Owned by Sir Henry Irving, and managed 

   by Bram Stoker from 1878 until 1905.


Image courtesy of the Geraldine Womack and Norman D. Philbrick Library of Dramatic Arts

and Theatre History, Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library, Claremont University Consortium.

“Our dear Henry Irving died

suddenly tonight after return from

theatre from attack of Syncope”


This telegram was sent to Sir Thornley Stoker, 8 Ely Place, Dublin on 14 October 1905, the morning after the death of

Sir Henry Irving, Bram Stoker’s employer, and close friend of both Bram and Thornley.

The Reading Room at the British Museum, London, where Bram Stoker spent many an hour.

Whitby Harbour, viewed from the vantage point of the “Bram Stoker Bench”

                                      - photo 2010 D. Stoker

St. Anne’s Church, Dawson St., Dublin, scene of Balcombe-Stoker nuptials,

4 December 1878

                    -photo 2009 D. Stoker

Portrait by W.&D. Downey,

London, 1906, appeared in

Personal Remembrances of Henry Irving, Original owned by

the National Portrait Gallery,London

Portrait in the Royal Hotel

Whitby, Yorkshire, England

Drawing by Dermot Heaslip,

on the face of a postcard,

copyright 1982 Bluett & Co. Ltd. Produced, printed, and published

in Ireland

  “Trading Card”, 2008

                        Courtesy of Elizabeth Miller

From the Illustrated London News, 1857.

Courtesy of the trustees of the

British Museum; photograph,

J.R. Freeman & Co. Ltd.