AVERY - a middle-aged housekeeper
TELSON - the butler, a very respectable-looking man of about fifty
LOUISE - the maid, a pretty young thing in uniform, cap, and apron
WILLIAM - a young footman
ANNE - a slender, exquisite figure with dark eyes and a quiet patrician face, poise, and character. Her voice is silvery. She is perhaps twenty-five.
CAROLINE - a pleasant, rather handsome, middle-aged woman, beautifully dressed but timid and nervous in manner, especially with VICTORIA.
VICTORIA - a woman of about fifty-four, rather tall, still slender in a wiry, gaunt sort of way. She has an undeniable claim to good looks and high breeding. There is a sense of authority and power about her that comes partly from a dominant will. The manner of Victoria varies greatly with the person she addresses. Her servants are mere furnishings in the room, she hardly sees them when she looks at them. She gives her orders with the fullest assurance that they will be obeyed, never raising her voice. To Anne alone, she shows the full power of her hate. A formidable person.
CHASE - a kindly, grey-haired old gentleman who probably does nothing but wait on Tiffany's oldest and best customers.
MR. NEFF - a fine-looking, white-haired man of about sixty, well-dressed. His manner is urbane, assured.
DR. JOHN SULLY - a tall well-built man of nearly thirty, one of those men who "carry their passports in their faces." His clothing is good but worn with the indifference of a man whose thoughts are on other things. His manner is by turns boyishly bluff, serious, masterful, and always alert and kind. It is quite evident from the way he looks at Anne that he loves her.
RIP - a fine-looking young fellow of about twenty-five but white and thin from his recent illness. He has a nervous, sensitive look in his eyes.
LAMBERT - a hard-boiled little man, with alert eyes and a businesslike manner.