William Windham Guise Cutler
20 November 1859
|Died||1934 (age 74 - 75)|
Mildenhall, Suffolk, England, UK
Wyndham Guise (né William Windham Guise Cutler) was a British actor who appeared on stage in Edwardian musical comedies beginning in the 1890s and became a film actor during the silent era.  He is sometimes credited as Windham Guise.
This is a complete list of works by H. P. Lovecraft. Dates for the fiction, collaborations and juvenilia are in the format: composition date / first publication date, taken from An H. P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia by S. T. Joshi and D. E. Schultz, Hippocampus Press, New York, 2001. For other sections, dates are the time of composition, not publication. Many of these works can be found on Wikisource.
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