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7 Boxes

BOX 1 : Theatrical Productions 1853 - 1974

Folder 1: Programs, 1853 – 1899

* "The Vacation Polka, Composed and Dedicated to the Class of 1860" by Miss Mary E. Adams
* February 14, 1898, “Matinee Musicale at the Residence of Mrs. A. J. Marsh of Hartwell. O.”
* October 21, 1898, “Scotch Character Sketches”


Folder 2: Programs, 1900 – 1909

* February 24, 1903, “Cricket on the Hearth”
* May 13, 1903, “Comus – A Masque” Photocopy
* March 1, 1904, “Les Romanesques”
* March 7, 1905, “She Stoops to Conquer” (Senior Class)
* December 5, 1905, “A Russian Honeymoon”
* April 9, 1907, “Der Bibliothekar”
* February 9, 1908, “She Stoops to Conquer” (Junior Class)
* Thanksgiving Eve, 1908, Part I. “Mr. Bob” (Comedy), Part II. “Glancing Through a Magazine”
* October 27, 1908, “ H. M. S. Pinafore”
* April 13, 1909, “Dornroschen”
* November 2, 1909, “Miss Fearless and Company”
* Thanksgiving Eve, 1909, “Bobby Shaftoe”
* Thanksgiving, 1909, “The House-boat on the Styx ”
* November 30, 1909, “H. M. S. Pinafore”


Folder 3: Programs, 1910 – 1919

* March 1, 1910, “Bataille de Dames”
* March 8, 1910, “Pride and Prejudice”
* November 8, 1910, “The Lamentable Tragedy of Julius Caesar”
* February 21, 1911, “Der Schimmel”
* March 21, 1911, “The Little Minister”
* April 18, 1911, “The Captives of Titus Maccius Plautus”
* March 15, 1912, “ Quality Street ”
* March 19, 1912, “When Knighthood Was in Flower”
* November 27, 1912, “ Cranford ”
* Unknown date 1914, "The Feast of Solhaug"
* June 12, 1916, “The Shoemaker's Holiday ”
* May 3, 1919, “Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme”


Folder 4: Programs, 1920 – 1929

* January 22, 1921, “Spreading the News”
* May 27, 1922, “Little Women”
* May 26, 1923, “The Honey-Moon”
* June 6, 1925, “The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife”
* May 29, 1926, “The Romantic Age”
* June 7, 1926, “The Admirable Crichton”
* January 22, 1927, “The Merry, Merry Cuckoo”
* April 9 1927, “Thirty Minutes in a Street”
* May 28, 1927, Three One-Act Plays:
o I. “Pan Pipes---A Woodland Play”
o II. “Mac Hamlet, Hys Handycap”
o III. “The Prince Who Was a Piper”
* March 16, 1928, “The Florist Shop”
* November 28, 1928, “A Thousand Years Ago”
* June 10, 1929, “The Cradle Song”


Folder 5: Programs, 1930 – 1939

* 1930, Europe and the Passion Play
* January 18, 1930, The Faculty Presents:
o I. “ Diamond and Mandy on Their Honeymoon”
o II. “ The Sleeping Car”
o III. “A Bum Ballet”
o IV. Mrs. Connolly's Cashmere ”
* February 28, 1930, “Insomnia”
* March 22, 1930, “Windows”
* November 26, 1930, “Green Stockings”
* April 18, 1931, “Milestones”
* November 25, 1931, “The Charm School ”
* March 19, 1932, “Expressing Willie”
* June 6, 1932, “Peer Gynt”
* November 23, 1932, “Such a Little Queen”
* December 3, 1932, “Original Plays and Old Tales”
* February 18, 1933, “The Loving Cup”
* November 29, 1933, “Engaged”
* February 10, 1934, “The Man in the Bowler Hat”
* March 3, 1934, “The Three Chauffeurs”
* March 24, 1934, “The Intimate Strangers”
* April 21, 1934, “Unyun”
* November 2, 1934, “…The White Snake” + song lyrics and Donation Letter from 1996
* November 28, 1934, “Miss Lulu Bett”
* March 23, 1935, “The Importance of Being Earnest”
* November 27, 1935, “Clarence”
* March 21, 1936, “Pride and Prejudice”
* February 22, 1936, “Evening Clothes”
* October 5, 1936, “Puppets for Peace” (two)
* November 25, 1936, “Our Mutual Friend” (No program; Includes script and a newspaper article)
* March 20, 1937, “Fresh Fields”
* April 17, 1937, “Swing Fever”
* October 9, 1937, “Goodbye, Mr. Plantido” (certificate)
* (No month nor day) 1938, “Little Women”
* November 23, 1938, “The Enchanted April”
* April 23, 1938, “The Patchwork Girl of Ox”
* March 11, 1939, Faculty Plays:
o “Rhapsody of Errors”
o “The Lost Elevator”
o “The Twelve-Pound Look”
o “The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife”
* Sophomore Class of 1939, “Our Mutual Friend”
* Freshman Class of 1939, “Peter The Pied Piper”
* Freshman Class of 1939, “Trifles”
* November 4, 1939, “The Lawful Truth”
* November 19, 1939, “Satan Takes a Holiday ”


Folder 6: Programs, 1940 – 1949

* Sophomore Class of 1940,“Spring Dance”
* Freshman Class of 1940, “The Spirit of the Thing”
* May 17, 1941, “ Orange Is My Mother's Hen-House”
* May 9, 1942, “Heaven Can Wait”
* May 30, 1942, “The Winter's Tale”
* Sophomore Class of 1942, “Stage Door”
* March 20, 1943, “Purple Is My Papa's Pig Pen”
* April 28, 1943, “Dear Students” (plus the script and press release)
* May 7, 1943, "On The Stairs" & "Manhattan Gypsy" (two one-Act Plays)(2 copies)
* May 31, 1943, “Much Ado About Nothing”
* November 4 – 5, 1943, “Letters to Lucerne ”
* December 9 – 10, 1943, “The Cradle Song”
* March 9, 10, and March 13, 1944, “The Taming of the Shrew” (There is a program, a newspaper article and an unusual invitation to attend.)
* Season 1944-1945 Program for “Brief Music”, “Little Women,” “Lady Precious Stream”, “Radio Rescue”, “Little Women,” “Legend of the Lightning” and “Aladdin” with article “Western College to Present Plays” October 5, 1944
* May 4, 1946 and June 3, 1946, “A Midsummer-Night's Dream”
* November 23, 1946, “The Roamin' Romans or Tempus Fugit” (Includes the script)
* March 8, 1947, “Vacation Daze”
* May 5-6, 1947, “Mr. Dooley, Jr.”
* May 17, 1947 and June 16, 1947, “Launcelot and Elaine”
* March 4-6, 1948, “The Silver Cord”
* March 11, 1948, “Rib to Renown”
* April 22-23, 1948, “I Remember Alma Mama” (In a binder with the title song.)
* November 11-13, 1948, “ Papa Is All”
* December 9-11, 1948, “Dangerous Corner” (2 copies)
* 1948 (?), “Will O' The Wisp”
* March 10-12, 1949, “Ghosts”
* April 30, 1949, “Pranks and Pastels”
* October 31 and November 1, 1949, “Jack and the Beanstalk”
* November 5, 1949, “Feather in Your Cap”
* December 1-3, 1949, “The Glass Menagerie”



BOX 2:

Folder 7: Programs, 1950 – 1959

* Class of 1950, “Krazy Kapers”
* February 16-18, 1950, “The Far-Off Hills”
* April 13-15, 1950 (?), “East Lynne” (2 copies)
* April 29, 1950, “Spring Reigns”
* May 6, 1950, Newspaper Caption + Original Photo
* June 5, 1950, “The Gondoliers or The King of Barataria” (Includes newspaper photo)
* October 7, 1950, “The Thread that Runs True”
* (?) 1950, “The Old Lady Shows Her Medals” and “The Feast of Barking Women”
* January 11-13, 1951, “Suspect”
* March 12-13, 1951, “Grandmother Slyboots”
* April 19-21, 1951, “The Heiress”
* May 7-8, 1951, “Pitch, Patch and the Pirates”
* November 15-17, 1951, “Night Must Fall”
* March 7-8, 1952 and May 10, 1952, “The Silver Cord”
* March 24-25, 1952, “The Glorified Grasshopper”
* April 28-29, 1952 and May 10, 1952, “Hansel and Gretel”
* November 20-22, 1952, “For Love or Money” (two)
* March 19-21, 1953, “Uncle Vanya”
* May 9, 1953, “Gammer Gurton's Needle” (photograph included)
* November 12-14, 1953, “Hotel Universe”
* December 14-15 and December 17, 1953, “Robin Hood”
* Class of 1953, “Three Drops in the Bucket”
* February 9, 1954, “Three Scenes from Shakespeare” and “For All Time”
* March 11-13, 1954, “High Ground”
* April 10, 1954, “The Fateful Decision or The Turning of the Tide”
* April 26-27 and April 30, 1954, “Simple Simon” (Includes 4 photos)
* November 18-20, 1954, “The Curious Savage”
* March 3-5, 1955, “The Trojan Women of Euripides” (with ticket stub)
* April 23, 1955, “A Day in Yesterday” (one card with program; Includes the script and some notes)
* April 25-26, 1955, “Saturday Search”
* February 23-25, 1956, “The House of Bernarda Alba”
* March 17-18 and March 21, 1957, “Rama and the Tigers”
* May 2 and May 5-6, 1957, “The Jester”
* November 25-26 and December 6, 1957, “The Puppet Prince” (two copies)
* "Announcement of Great Movies" 1957-58 Schedule
* "The Foreign Student Production, 1957-58
* March 5, 6, 7, 1959, “Under Milk Wood” (with article and 12 photographs)
* March 5, 6, 7, 1959, “Under Milk Wood” (three copies with newspaper articles)
* March 5, 6, 7, 1959, “Under Milk Wood” (one copy with newspaper article)
* "The Puppeteers of America Festival" program, Aug 3-8, 1959
* "The Puppeteers of America Festival" program, June 25-30, 1962


Additional Materials: Script for “Under Milkwood”


Folder 8: Programs, 1960 - 1974

* March 15–18, 1961, “Stage Whisperers: Misalliance”
* March 23, 1961, “The Price of Admission”
* April 18-20, 1963, “A Thurber Carnival”
* April 29, 1963, “Brak”
* November 14-16, 1963, “Royal Gambit”
* March 19-21, 1964, “Ardele” and “As You Like It”
* April 25, 1964, “Ring Around the Ruins”
* May 8,9, 1964, “As You Like It” (two, with Shakespeare Celebration in Ernst May 8-9,” Western World, Vol. IX No. 2, March 1964)
* February 13, 1965, “Out of the Crystal Ball” (with ticket stub)
* February 25, 1965, “No Exit” (no program; article)
* March 15-16, 1965, “The Emperor's Nightingale”
* April, 1965, “Oh Boy!” (Includes 6 pages of a newspaper story)
* November 18-20, 1966, “Mary Stuart”
* March 9-11, 1967, “The Misanthrope” and “Les Precieuses Ridicules”
* November 10-11 and November 17-18, 1967, “Gypsy” (4 copies and 3 pages of newspaper reviews)
* May 18-19, 1968, “Prometheus Bound”
* April 29, 1969, “Oops”
* November 13-15, 1969, “Intimate Relations (Les Parents Terribles)
* March 13-14 and May 2, 1970, “The Threepenny Opera” (three)
* May 31, 1970, “Medieval Mystery Plays” (two)
* June, 1971, “Live It Up!” (article, two pages)
* 1972-1973 Events Brochure for “A Festival of Hendrik Ibsen”


Folder 9: Programs Without Years
[By using the alumnae directories and performers' graduation dates we were able to add a year. We apologize if the year is not correct; however, we put a question mark by our dates on the programs]

* 1930: “My Mortal Enemy”
* 1932: “Robin Wood and His Tally Tramps”
* 1934: “Chu Manchu's Mother-in-Law, or Why Not”
* 1935: “Death in the Sheep Stampede or Died in the Wool”
* 1947: “Dick Whittington”
* 1947: “Ladies in Retirement”
* 1948: “ Ladies in Waiting”
* 1948: “The Lady Came to Stay”(2 copies)
* 1968: “Babes in Arms” (2 copieswith ticket stub)
* 1969: “The Miracle Worker”
* A Series of Six Sunday Afternoon Film Programs, Year Unknown
* “Dorothy Sands,” Article/Program
* “A Month in the Country” Flyer
* “Julius Caesar” Invitation, March 8, Year Unknown
* “Thyme” Program


Folder 10: Miscellaneous Newspaper Articles

* “Robin Hood O.K.!” Article
* February 21, 1936: Cast of Freshman Play
* March 2, 1969: Theater for Kids
* May 25, 1947: Unidentified Article of Curtain Going Up
* May 15th Year unknown: “The Shoemakers Holiday”
* “ Western College One-Act Plays Open Tonight” Article
* "Western College Girls Become Apprentice Puppeteers," The Sunday Journal-Herald Spotlight, Nov. 22, 1942 (Located on bottom shelf



BOX 3 : Peabody Players

Folder 1: General information, property, costumes, etc.

* Notes from Property Room (two pages)
* Costume Sketch for Elise
* Costume Sketch for Trosine
* Costume Sketch for Mariane
* Costume Sketch for Encyc. Brit. Cost.
* Costume Sketch for Encyclopedia Britannica
* Costume Sketch for Cleante
* Costume Sketch for a Commissary of Police
* Costume Sketch for Anselma
* Costume Sketch for Middle Class Housewife
* Costume Sketch for Maitre Jacques

Folder 2: Minutes of meetings and members

* “Method of Tryouts,” Peabody Players, Friday, October 4, 1940
* “Minutes I,” Peabody Players
* “Minutes II,” Peabody Players, October 4, 1940
* Minutes for 1/31/41
* Minutes for 1/24/41
* List of Ex-Members

Folder 3: Correspondence/Letters of interest in joining

* Letter to Jane Meadon from Elizabeth Sharpe, Monday, February 9, 1942
* Letter to Ethel Burnham from Frances Judy with envelope
* Letter to Peabody Players from Ruthhelen Conn
* Letter to Jane from Louise Larkins, February 12, 1942
* Letter to Jane Meadon from Jane Harris, February 9, 1942 with envelope
* Letter to Jane Meadon from Mary Jane Rehm, with envelope
* Letter to Jane Meadon from Dorothy Condix with envelope
* Letter to Jane from Pat Hannan, February 12, 1942
* Letter to the Peabody Players from Helen Bradfield, October 9, 1941
* Letter to Peabody Players from Jeanne Allen with envelope
* Letter to Peabody Players from Phyllis J. Griffiths with envelope
* Letter to Ethel, October 9, 1941 from Marian W. Lush with envelope


Folder 4: Scripts and notes for “ Albion 's Secret”

* Stage Sketches
* “ Albion 's Secret” Script
* “The Albion 's Secret” Production Notes


Folder 5: Miscellaneous materials for “Gammer Gurton's Needle” (Note: these materials are for the 1939 production)

* Costume Sketch for Bayley
* Costume Sketch for Dr. Rat
* Costume Sketch for Tyl
* Costume Sketch for Deacon
* Costume Sketch for Scape
* Costume Sketch for Cocke
* Costume Sketch for Char
* Costume Sketch for Gammer
* Costume Sketch for Hodge
* The Peabody Players' “Gammer Gurton's Needle” January 27, 28 Program
* Letter to Miss Helen Halsey from Rosamond Gilder, March 15, 1939
* Letter to Miss Helen Halsey from Rosamond Gilder, April 11, 1939
* “Gammer Gurton's Needle” January 1939, Peabody Players Folder with 2 photographs


Folder 6: Script for “Miracle Play Nativity” [Included is a good luck telegram from Helen Halsey]

• Program Card for “Miracle Play Nativity”
• Western Union Telegram Envelope with Western Union Telegram to The Peabody Players from Helen Halsey, December 17, 1940
• “Miracle Play Nativity” Script
• Letter to Miss Marydale Marsh from Ralph K. Hickok, December 17, 1940 with envelope


Folder 7: Script and notes for “Willie Waugh”

* Stage Sketches for “Willie Waugh”
* Script for “Willie Waugh”


Folder 8: Miscellaneous scripts

* Unidentified Script (three pages)
* Unidentified Script (three pages)
* Script from Scene VIII Herod's Palace (two pages)
* Script from Scene VIII The Stables (two pages)
* Script of Skit “Orientation” (four pages)


Folder 9: Miscellaneous drawings of stage layouts

* Sketch of Fourth Scene, Registrar's Office
* Sketch of Fifth Scene, Television
* Sketch of Opening Scene and Finale
* Sketch of Second Scene, Steno's
* Sketch of Third Scene, Dean's Office and Sixth Scene


Folder 10: Play Production License

* Play Production License to Western College , 1941

Additional Materials:

* Notebook of various Peabody Players' events


Folder 12: 1993 Article Donated by Jacky Wallace

• “’…Memory of what we were invades what we are…’ Sondheim’s ‘Follies’…at Western, June 1993- the Magic of Western Shows,” Western College Bulletin, Spring 1993. Donated by Jacky Wallace


Folder 13: Donations from Lucy Liggett

• Flyer for the Young People’s Theatre, Circus Day, Monday, April 27, year unknown
• Flyer to Laboratory Productions, Leonard Theatre, Tuesday, February 9 and February 15, year unknown
• Program for the Class of ‘56’s “The Fateful Decision or the Turning of the Tide,” April 10, 1954
• Flyer for the Western College Theatre Group, Series of Seven Sunday Afternoon Film Programs, year unknown



BOX 4 : Theater Photographs 1890-1925

Folder 1: 1890-1900

* 1890:

o “The Days” Aesthetic Concert
o “Curtain for Aesthetic Concert”

* 1893:

o “The Jones Family”

* 1896:

o December 9 “Im Reich de Winter Fee” (German Title)
o “Table Party”

* 1897-1898:

o 3 Photos: Jane Work, Dean Sawyer, Dora Foltz, and Louise Porter;

* 1897-1898:

o “Costume Party” February 16, 1898
o “Costume Party” 1897


Folder 2: 1902

* Senior “The Rivals” March —3 Photos
* Untitled Class Play—2 Photos
* Act V, Scene II
* 2 untitled photos


Folder 3: Crowning of the Czar + Czarina, 1902

* “Coronation of the Czar” –2 Photos
* “The Coronation of Queen Alexandra” —2 Photos
* “Crowning of the Czar” Photograph of Queen Alexandra (Miss McKee) Being Crowned
* Coronation of the Czar Photograph of Miss Finley and Miss Bushnell with Miss Hoyt
* Photograph of The Crowning of the Czar, 1902
* Photograph of the Coronation of Queen Alexandra, 1902
* Photograph of the Crowing of the Czar, 1902
* Photograph of Coronation of the Czar, 1902, Miss McKee
* Photograph of Crowning of the Czar with Miss McKee and Miss Bushnell, 1902
* Photograph of the Coronation of the Czar, 1902


Folder 4: 1902-1906

* 3 untitled photos from “Chinese Play”
* Tree Day 1902- “As you Like it”
* Senior Play February 4, 1903- “Cricket on the Hearth”- 2 photos
* 1906- Untitled photo
* Untitled undated photo


Folder 5: 1907: 6 untitled photos


Folder 6: 1911-1914

* 1913 -“Table Party” - 3 Photos
* 1914- Untitled photo


Folder 7: 1923, The Menachai (Plautus): 8 untitled photos


Folder 8: 1923, Miss Nelly o' New Orleans: 7 untitled photos

Folder 9: 1928, Antigone: 2 untitled photos

Folder 10: 1915-1925

* 1915 --“the House of Rimmor”
* Untitled photo 1917?
* 1917 --untitled photo
* 1919?—untitled
* 1920—untitled
* 1924— “Christmas”
* 1925— “A Mid Summers Nights Dream”


BOX 5 : Theater Photographs 1931-1950 & Undated Photos

Folder 1: 1931, “The Cardival”: 2 untitled photos


Folder 2: 1933, “A Mid Summers Night's Dream”
* 2 untitled photos
* 1 negative
* Newspaper picture


Folder 3: 1938, “Twelfth Night”: 1 untitled photo


Folder 4: 1937, “Tree Day”: 2 untitled photos


Folder 5: 1937-1943

* 1935- Class of 35 Senior play, 3 pictures
* 1936- “Twelfth Night”
* 1937- “The School of Princesses ”
* 1937- “Pride and Prejudice”
* 1939- 2 untitled small photos
* 1939- 2 photos from “Gammer Burton 's Needle”
* 1940- 6 small photos
o Photograph of Jane Meadon Stamm, Anne Chute, Jean Pellens
o Photograph of Jean Pellens, I. Fontana , Ellen Bates, A. Chute, Jane Meadon
o Photograph of Barbie Chesman, Ethel Burnham Meece
o Photograph from “As You Like It” with B. Burke and E. Burnham
o Photograph of Georgia Perkins
o Photograph from “As You Like It,” of Perkins
* 1942, Photograph of Ernst Nature Theatre,
* 1942, Photograph of Jane Meadon and Marge West in Ernst Nature Theatre
* 1941?- “Spina”


Folder 6: 1942, “A Winter's Tale”

* 1 Photo of Jane Meadon and Martha McKee
* 1942, “A Winters Tale”


Folder 7: 1940's - 1950's

* “Do it yourself” Backstage in Leonard Theatre
* 1942, “A Winter's Tale” of Dorothy Goldstone and Carman Wolff
* 1942, “A Winter's Tale” of Georgia Perkins, Jane Meadon, Ethel Burnham, Pat Smith, Jean Pellens
* 1956, untitled
* 1955, 2 untitled photos
* 1955, “Theatre Group”
* 12 untitled undated photos
* 1964??-“Ardele”


Folder 8: 1940's - 1950's

* 1944?-untitled
* “Kid show”
* Stage Crew
* Untitled undated
* Photograph of Stage Crew, Stemm, Baker, Cox, and Devlin
* Photograph of Blualri
* “ Alice in wonderland”
* 5 photos + negatives
* Small photo from production of Shakespeare
* Photograph from “Somewhere 1947-49”
* Small Photograph
* Small Photograph of Class of 1950, Costumes by Virginia Herschfield
* Two Undated Photographs
* Photograph from “ Alice in Wonderland”
* Photograph of “Theatre with Halsey”
* Photograph of “As You Like It” 1940 (two photos)
* Photograph of Ernst Nature Theatre
* Photograph of “Tolle Bertsch”
* Photographs from “The Clown Who Ran Away,” October 15, 16, Year Unknown (note with 5 photos)
* Photograph from Hansel and Gretel, May 1959
* Photograph from Alice In Wonderland
* Photographs from “ Alice in Wonderland” circa 1938 or 1939 (eighteen photographs in envelope)


Folder 9: 1950, “Gilbert and Sullivan's Gondoliers”

* 6 small photos from the play
* picture with short description letter of Tree Day Play
* 1 large photo


Folder 10: Miscellaneous Photographs

* 4- untitled undated photos
* Photograph of Sarah Louise D.
* Photograph of An Outdoor Play
* 3- untitled undated photos


Folder 11: Untitled Undated

* Photo with negative
* 4 photos
* Photograph from Stagecraft Class
* Photograph of Theatre Group



BOX 6 : Theater Photographs 1960's - 1970's & Individual Play Folders

Folder 1: 1960's - 1970's

* 4 Untitled Undated
* “The Weavers” undated
* “The Curious Savage” undated
* 7 untitled undated + one negative


Folder 2: 1960's - 1970's

* Janel Woodruff and Michael Molonay—undated
* 15 untitled undated + one negative


Folder 3a: “Pirates of Penzance ”- 1949: 2 Photos


Folder 3b: “Tatterman Marionettes”- 1950's: 6 Photos


Folder 4: “The Glorified Glumphopper”- March 1952

* 11 Photos
* 10 Negatives


Folder 5: “Hansel and Gretel”+ Tree Day- April 26-29 1952

* 19 Photos
* 14 Negatives


Folder 6: “For Love or Money”- November 1952

* 7 Photos
* 6 Negatives


Folder 7: “Circus Day”- April 1953

* 1 Photo
* 2 Negatives


Folder 8: “Gammer Gurton's Needle”- May 1953

* 11 Photos
* 9 Negatives


Folder 9: “High Ground” March 1954: 3 Photos


Folder 10: “The Two Mrs. C____s” 1956: 2 Photos


Folder 11: “Radio Rescue”- 1956: 4 Photos


Folder 12: “The Taming of the Shrew”- 1956-1957: 10 Photos


Folder 13: “An Inspector Calls”- November 1958: 6 Photos


Folder 14: “Under Milk Wood”- 1959

* 6 small Photos
* 22 Negatives
* 7 large Photos


Folder 15: “An Evening With Menotti, Saronan, + Coward”- March 1961

* 20 Photos
* Packet of 14 Negatives


Folder 16: “As You Like it”- 1965: 10 Pictures

Folder 17: “Tonight we Improvise”- 1965-1966: 4 Pictures

Folder 18: “The Miracle Worker”- 1968: 7 Pictures

Folder 19: “Gypsy”- 1968

* 5 Pictures
* 1 Picture and letter


Folder 20: “Intimate Relations”- 1969-1970: 4 Pictures



BOX 7 :

Folder 21: “Three Penny Opera”- 1970: 7 Pictures


Folder 22: “Babe in Arms”- 1960's-70's: 1 Picture

Folder 23: Howard Blanning's “Greek Play”- 2001: 8 Color Pictures

Folder 24: “An Observation”: 2 Photographs

Folder 25: “Brand”: 1 Picture

Folder 26: Children's Theater

* 1 Picture
* 1 Negative


Folder 27: “Company” November 9-11 and the 15-17, year uncertain

* Play Leaflet
* 1 Photographs


Folder 28: “Jesus Christ Superstar”

* 6 Color Pictures
* 9 Pictures


Folder 29: “Mary Stewart”: 4 Pictures

Folder 30: “O-Oh Say I Can't Look” 2 Pictures

Folder 31: “Rumplestiltskin”: 2 Photos

Folder 32: “Sleeping Beauty”: 1 Photo

Folder 33: “When We Dead Awaken”—October 1972: 3 Photos

Folder 34: Unknown Children's Theater Production: 2 Photos

Folder 35: Unknown Children's Theater Production: 2 Photos

Folder 36: Unknown Production: 10 undated pictures – play has many nuns

Folder 37: Unknown Production: 3 Photos undated

Folder 38: Unknown Production: 4 Photos undated

Folder 39: Unknown Production: 4 Photos undated

Folder 40: Unknown Production: 7 Photos undated

Folder 41: Unknown Production: 6 Photos undated

Folder 42: Unknown Production: 9 Photos undated

Folder 43: Unknown Production: 2 Photos undated

Folder 44: Unknown Production: 4 Photos undated

Folder 45: Unknown Production: 2 Photos undated

Folder 46: Unknown Production: 3 Photos undated

Folder 47: Unknown Production: 2 Photos undated

Folder 48: Unknown Production: 3 Photos undated

Folder 49: Unknown Production: 3 Photos undated

Folder 50: Miscellaneous: 3 Photos undated

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