As it is said, interesting what they thought was memorable about him at the time:
Bram Stoker, author, theatrical manager, close friend and adviser of the late Sir Henry Irving, died in London last Sunday. For twenty-seven years he was business manager for the famous English actor, in charge of the Lyceum Theatre during Irving’s tenancy of that house….
His [Stoker's] best-known publication is “Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving,” issued in 1908. Among his other works, mostly fantastic fiction, are “Under the Sunset,” “The Snake’s Pass,” The Watter’s Mou,” The Shoulder of Shasta,” “Dracula,” “The Mystery of the Sea,” and “The Lady of the Shroud.”