Person    | Male  Born 1846  Died 1881

Frederick Park

Categories: Gender Issues, Theatre

Park and Ernest Boulton were 'Fanny and Stella', the celebrated Victorian cross-dressers. Little is available about Park but see Boulton for their joint activities.

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Frederick Park

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Boulton & Park

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