Frank Marckley

Making his first trip over a major circit, this young man, who has been playing the far western houses for several seasons in a double act, appears in conventional summer street dress and does a popular song medley, the familiar "Cherry" intermezo, and Rossini's "Semiramida" overture in such an excellent manner as to give him an encore, for which he uses the "American Patrol."
A goo stage presence and an easy method combine with his almost perfect technique to make him a favourite with all classes wo patronize this house.
Variety 3:3 (03/16/1907)