According to the Internet source given below, Eleanor Elise Robson Belmont was an English actress and prominent public figure in the United States born in Wigan, Lancashire.
She started her stage career in 1896 in San Francisco and then worked in stock companies from Honolulu to Milwaukee before making her New York debut in 1900 as Bonita
, the ranchman's daughter in Augustus Thomas's Arizona
. George Bernard Shaw wrote Major Barbara
for her, but contractual problems prevented her from playing the role..
She retired from the stage in 1910 and became involved in the Metropolitan Opera Association as the first woman on the board of directors. She also she founded the Metropolitan Opera Guild.
She died in New York City.
||Eleanor Robson Belmont
||Biography by wikipedia.org.