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Harrison Stewart was a comedic actor and lyricist in the United States. He performed at the Pekin Theater in Chicago. A photographofhim in blackface appears on the cover of a songsheet for "Give Me Shelter, Grub, and Spending Change Then I'll Be Satisfied" held in the Denver Public Library archives.
After leaving the Pekin Theater in 1908 he took over for the ill Ernest Hogan as the lead in Oyster Man.
- NYA, article Pekin Theatre 1908 (July 9, 1908). "Harrison Stewart - photo". p. 6 – via newspapers.com.
- "The Theatre". Meyer Bros. & Company. February 23, 1908 – via Google Books.
- Hill, Errol; Hatch, James V. (July 17, 2003). "A History of African American Theatre". Cambridge University Press – via Google Books.
- Buck, Daniel Dana (February 23, 1907). "The Progression of the Race in the United States and Canada: Treating of the Great Advancement of the Colored Race". Atwell Printing and Binding Company – via Google Books.
- Sampson, Henry T. (February 23, 1988). "The Ghost Walks: A Chronological History of Blacks in Show Business, 1865-1910". Scarecrow Press – via Google Books.
- "Give me shelter, grub and spending change : then I'll be satisfied | DPL DAMS". digitalcollections.detroitpubliclibrary.org.
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