John and Bertha Gleeson

Fred Houlihan sits at the piano. They offer some capital dancing. The new costumes for the opening number are much better than the old ones. Gleeson wears the best fitted suit in vaudville. He is one of the very few in this end of the business that can wear evening clothes with distinction. Mr Houlihan should appear less afraid of the audience.
Makes a far better act than the old turn and pleases.
Variety, 1:4 (27/1/1906)