Johnston Forbes-Robertson. A Player Under Three Reigns. Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Co., 1925.
|The Stage (UK)||11 November 1937, pg. 14:1, "Johnston Forbes-Robertson"|
|Variety (USA)||10 November 1937, pg. 62:3, "Johnston Forbes-Robertson, 84, Great British Actor, Succumbs in England"|
|The London Times (UK)||8 November 1937, pg. 19:1, "Johnston Forbes-Robertson"|
|New York Times (USA)||7 November 1937, pg. B8:1, "Forbes-Robertson, 84, Dies in England; Sir Johnston Last and One of the Greatest of the Victorian Actor-Managers; His Hamlet Still Famous; Supported Irving and Ellen Terry--Painter Before Going on the Stage"|
|Moving Picture World (USA)||29 December 1917, pg. 1975, "Forbes-Robertson Bids Farewell to America"|
|Moving Picture World (USA)||17 November 1917, pg. 997, "Forbes-Robertson in Brenon Subject"|
|Moving Picture World (USA)||10 July 1915, pg. 312, ill, "Sir J. Forbes Robertson in Knickerbocker Production"|
|New York Times (USA)||19 March 1905, pg. 4, "The Hamlet of Johnstone Forbes-Robertson; Its Greatest Glory Found in Comparison with Edwin Booth--Critical Appreciation of a Great Achievement--A Perspective on Public Insincerity (poor attendance by the public)"|
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