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Lillian Russell's Evening Gloves
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Origin

Lillian Russell

Type

Evening Gloves

Effects

Turns user’s voice into soprano, increases acting skill and beauty

Downsides

Injuries until death

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Fred Helms and Terence Gray

Section

Dionysus-336

Aisle

86976-428

Shelf

736458-9861-548

Date of Collection

December 3, 1940

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OriginsEdit

Lillian Russell was an actress known for her beauty, voice and stage presence. She started in opera, especially Gilbert and Sullivan pieces and moved on to opera and vaudeville acts later in life. She married Edward Solomon, but he was arrested for bigamy, so she remarried three times. Russell died of minor injuries on a mission for President Warren G. Harding to Europe to investigate the increase in immigration.

EffectsEdit

When worn, the wearer's voice becomes a soprano (unless they already are), they acquire "stage presence" and their beauty/handsomeness becomes amplified. The gloves' downside stems from Lillian's death due to complications caused by seemingly minor injuries suffered while abroad in Europe. The gloves recreate those injuries, which intensify over time until death.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Agents F. Helms and T. Gray.

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