The four St. Felix sisters, Henrietta, Clementina, Charlotte, and Leonore performed in theater companies such as Tony Pastor's Vaudeville Theatre and the D'Oyly Carte and E.E. Rice's Opera Comique Company. They started performing in 1871, but in 1880, Leonore died of typhoid fever. The other three sisters continued to perform as a trio and travelled across the U.S. to Montreal, Canada and even a tour of Europe.
Scrapbook contains newspaper reviews and theater programs,April 1880 to November 1898. Also in the scrapbook are newspaper articles on the death of President Garfield and Leonore St. Felix.
St. Felix Sisters' Scrapbook, 1880-1904, Archives Center, National Museum of American History