- Law, H. Robert
- (1876-1925)Beginning in 1915, H. Robert Law did scene designs for many Broadway productions as well as some in collaboration (notably with P. Dodd Ackerman) and some as a product of his H. Robert Law Studio, 502 West 138th Street, New York City. He designed five plays in 1915, his first season on Broadway—Maid in America, Three of Hearts, The Ware Case, The White Feather, and A World of Pleasure—in addition to the studio design for Mr. Myd's Mystery. Among his many others were The Man Who Came Back (1916) and The Intimate Strangers (1921).
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