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John Collins, Director of Alumni Relations, emcee of the event. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

Chris Weir, Director of program corp. in Continuing Education Division. Location: 21 Commonwealth Ave. Sponsored by Central Mass. Dietetic Association and Emerson College Division of Continuing Ed. and Comm. Studies.

1988-03-30

Party shot. Location: Ames building.

1988-10-14

Harry Morgan '59, acting VP of Business and Finance and Associate VP for Program Development and Space Planning, presents an update on the plans for a new college campus. Location: Student Union.

1986-10-01

Eileen Leahy receives hostage flag from Henry Fredette. Terry Anderson, an American journalist, was held hostage by Hezbollah militants in Lebanon from 1985-1991. Eileen Leahy, president of the Society of Professional Journalists; Henry Fredette, hostage flag designer. Location: South Middle School, Waltham, MA.

1990-03-16

Paul Ricci '66, Bill Callahan '86 G'88, Hank Zappala '79 G'80, Leo Nickole '49, Mike Mara '81, Ana Machado '87 and Martha Hansen '77. Location: Boston Athletic Club.

1987-12-06

Julian Wolinsky '59, president of the Southern California Alumni club addresses the group. Holiday Inn, Hollywood, California.

1989-01-08

First row left to right: Hank Zappala '79, Beverly Conte '74, Lorin Flynn '84, Ana Machado '86, second row: John Collins G'77, Martha Hansen '77, Bill Callahan '86 G'87 and Paul Ricci '66. Boston Alumni Club.

1988-10-14

Andy Aybar '67, Glen Meehan '83.

1988-05-21

Left to Right: Frank Napal '69 '70, Allen Koenig, Jane Guterman '73, Richard Pimes '73. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

Left to Right: Richard Pimes '73, Michelle Gillen '77 and William Shockett, Commissioner of the City of Miami Beach. Location: Cardoza Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida.

1988-02-13

Jerry Levin and Sis Levin at the podium. Terry Anderson, an American journalist, was held hostage by Hezbollah militants in Lebanon from 1985-1991. The Levin's were also hostages. Jerry Levin was Cable News Network's Beirut chief and his wife Sis Levin authored the book "Beirut Diary." Location: South Middle School, Waltham, MA.

1990-03-16

Seated panel includes: Jerry Levin, Sis Levin, Manny Paraschos, Marsha Della-Giustina and Anthony Mandile. Terry Anderson, an American journalist, was held hostage by Hezbollah militants in Lebanon from 1985-1991. Event location: South Middle School, Waltham, MA.

1990-03-16

Penny Idirsch, Randy Brooksbank '69 and Frank Napal '69 '70 at an alumni event.

1988-05-20

Book jacket photo. By Andrew Rancer, Associate Professor of Communication Studies. Co-authored with Dominic Infante and Deanna Womack.

Young man in a construction helmet leans through a hole in a wall. A sticker on the wall reads, "WERS 88.9," and handwritten above that is, "The New Home of." in the Ansin building. In 1998, WERS relocated from 180 Beacon Street to the Ansin building at 180 Tremont St, where it remains today (2019). It would be the first Emerson building project completely funded by gifts. At the time, WERS was Boston's only radio station with street-level windowed studios.

1998

Photograph of book jacket for "Acrobats of the Soul," written by Ron Jenkins, associate professor in performing arts.

1989-02-10

Tony Cennamo in the radio studio. Cennamo was taught Jazz History and Mass Communication at Emerson College, and was better known as long-time jazz disc jockey at Boston University's WBUR. Photo location: WBUR, 630 Commonwealth Ave., Boston University.

1988-12-01

Photo portrait. Location: Commonwealth Ave park (Comm Ave Mall), Boston.

1986-08-06

Interior shot. Top of open staircase with ornate skylight above white columns. Emerson College Library was located here. Date unknown. Before Aug. 1985.

1985

Press photos of actors, loosely arranged pile. Emerson graduates in the acting profession.

1988-12

Exterior shot of building. Architects, Elkus/Manfredi. In the early 1990s, Emerson President John Zacharis began the transition that would relocate Emerson College from the Back Bay to the Theater District. The Board of Trustees approved the purchase of 180 Tremont Street to house classrooms and administrative offices. Now known as the Ansin building, 180 Tremont would become the flagship building of the Campus on the Common.

1992-06-19

Exterior photo of several buildings. 130 Beacon St. was the heart of college activity for many decades. The building was owned by Emerson College from 1933 through 2003.

1988-11-10

Photo portrait of John Chase. Chase has worn many hats over the years at Emerson, including: Director of Night School (Theatre Arts), Director of Printing & Publishing, Director of Purchasing, Business Manager, Director of Auxiliary Services and Advisor to the senior class.

1992-09-08

Randolph Brooksbank '69.

1992-02-13

Photo portrait. Joined Emerson faculty as assistant professor in 1989.

1993-09-07

Interior shot. Top of open staircase with ornate skylight above white columns. Emerson College Library was located here. Date unknown. Before Aug. 1985.

1985

Napal served as president of the Alumni Association and president of the Greater New York Alumni Club.

1992-02-13

Photo includes: Randolph Brooksbank '69, Tom Bauer '68, Frank Napal '69 G'70.

1992-02-13

Photo includes: Randolph Brooksbank '69, Tom Bauer '68, Frank Napal '69 '70.

1992-02-13

Exterior of building and street. 130 Beacon St. was the heart of college activity for many decades. The building was owned by Emerson College from 1933 through 2003.

1930 - 1969

Exterior of building in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. Emerson College Library was located here.

1984 circa

Photo includes: Randolph Brooksbank '69, Tom Bauer '68, Frank Napal '69 G'70.

1992-02-13

Exterior of building and street. View from 143-145 Beacon St. 130 Beacon St. was the heart of college activity for many decades. The building was owned by Emerson College from 1933 through 2003.

1986-04

Exterior of building. Owned by Emerson College 1960-1997.

1993-06-29

Exterior of building. A large banner promotes the 1990 EVVY awards. Shot from 143 Beacon St.

1990-04-12

Tony Cennamo in a photo taken outside after sunset. Cennamo was taught Jazz History and Mass Communication at Emerson College, and was better known as long-time jazz disc jockey at Boston University's WBUR. Photo location: WBUR, 630 Commonwealth Ave., Boston University.

1988-12-01

Randolph Brooksbank '69 (center); Tom Bauer '68 (right).

1992-02-13

State House buildings on Beacon Hill in Boston. Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1983

Exterior view, wintertime. Emerson College owned 21 Commonwealth from Sept 24, 1984 through March 4, 2002.

1991?

Interior room with fireplace. The newly renovated Helen Rose room on the first floor of 21 Commonwealth Ave. in the Communication Studies Building.

1991-06-14

Photo portrait. Elmer B. Baker, Jr., Ph.D., Litt.D. (ex officio), New York City; Vice Dean, School of Education, Health, Nursing and Arts Professions, New York University. Baker attended Emerson College from 1941 to 1943 and received his B.S, M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from New York University. In 1969 Dr. Baker received an honorary degree from Emerson College and was elected to the Board of Trustees; Later elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees in 1979.

1970 - 1989

Tobacco billboards were permanently banned in the United States on April 23, 1999. This billboard owned by Ackerley Group. Text on the ad contains Surgeon General's Warning, and other text is dated Feb. 85.

1986-05

Corner of Boston Common public park with John Hancock and Prudential towers in the background. Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1985

Tobacco billboards were permanently banned in the United States on April 23, 1999. This ad contains the Surgeon General's warning.

1986-05

Aerial view of the castle and grounds.

1988

Photo of narrow cobblestone street in Beacon Hill, Boston, Mass. No photo credit, courtesy of Emerson College Relations.

1983

Exterior view, wintertime. 21 Commonwealth Ave. housed Communication Studies at Emerson College.

1991?

Exterior view, wintertime. 21 Commonwealth Ave. housed Communication Studies at Emerson College.

1991?

Historic ship docked at Charlestown Naval Yard, Boston, Mass.

1983

Exterior view, wintertime. 21 Commonwealth Ave. housed Communication Studies at Emerson College.

1991?

Looking down Arlington Street towards Ritz Carlton (now the Taj Hotel). Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1985

Statue of George Washington on a horse. The Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America, established in 1837. The statue was created in the 1860s by Boston sculptor Thomas Ball.

1990-10-20

Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1985

Front view of a shuttle bus, in front of the library.

1986-04

Exterior view of the castle.

1988

Photo of narrow cobblestone street in Beacon Hill in Boston. Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1985

Director of special events; acting theatre manager for Emerson's Majestic Theatre.

1988-08

Cantone on stage in performance.

1986-02-01

Group photo of the Admissions staff. Jane Brown, Dean of Admissions; Lauren McLean, Helen Cross, Scott MacPhetres and Anna Heidinger (seated right). Location: Admissions Lounge at One Arlington St.

1989-06-16

Gwendolyn Brooks, Pulitzer Prize winning poet, wearing academic regalia. Location: Emerson Majestic Theatre.

Photo portrait. Director of Alumni Relations.

1991-03-16

Kathleen Browning with children engaged in an activity. Kathleen Browning, an Emerson graduate and speech language pathologist from Middlesex Child Development Center, pictured here working with students from the center.

1993-07-29

Cantone on a spiral staircase.

1986-01-01

Photo portrait. Robert Brown, Assistant professor of Communication Studies.

1988-03-30

Photo portrait. Director of Alumni Relations.

1991-03-16

Cantone on stage in performance.

1986-02-01

Photo of Nancee Campbell, standing at a window. Shot at Ames Building, Emerson College.

1990-02-05

Photo portrait of Emerson alumnae Gayle Carson (née Cohn). Graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Broadcasting, Theatre and Speech; President of Carson Research Center.

1991-03-16

Photo portrait. Location: Commonwealth Ave park (Comm Ave Mall), Boston.

1986-08-06

Jane Brown in her office. Location: 100 Beacon St.

1986-01-30

Cantone in front of Rolling Stones tour poster showing tongue.

1986-01-01

Photo portrait. Director of Alumni Relations.

1991-03-16

John Carpenter, Associate Vice President for College Relations and Development. Location: Commonwealth Avenue park ["Comm. Ave. Mall").

1986-05-15

Gwendolyn Brooks reads from her own work. Brooks received an "award of distinction" from Emerson College on this day. Location: Emerson Majestic Theatre.

1991-04-15

Photo portrait. Director of Admissions.

1994-07-28

John W. Carpenter, Associate Vice President for College Relations and Development.

1987-12-11

Gwendolyn Brooks holds up her award of distinction. Location: Emerson Majestic Theatre.

1991-04-15

Elma Lewis '43 introduces poet Gwendolyn Brooks. Location: Emerson Majestic Theatre.

1991-04-15

Studio portrait of Emerson alumnus, William Callahan.

1991-03-16

Senior / yearbook portrait of Gayle Carson (née Cohn) '59. Graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Broadcasting, Theatre and Speech; President of Carson Research Center.

1959

Studio portrait of Emerson alumnus, William Callahan.

1991-03-16

Robert Brown, Assistant professor of Communication Studies speaks on "Maximizing Your Media Potential" at the Business of Being a Dietician Conference. Location: 21 Commonwealth Ave.

1988-03-30

Photo portrait of Ms. Campbell at desk. Shot at Ames Building, Emerson College. Campbell graduated with an M.A. in Mass Communications at Emerson College.

1990-02-05

Studio portrait of Emerson alumnus, William Callahan.

1991-03-16

Elma Lewis '43 presents poet Gwendolyn Brooks with an "award of distinction" from Emerson College. Location: Emerson Majestic Theatre.

1991-04-15

James Carroll, writer in residence at Emerson College. Location: Beacon St. Boston.

1988-11-17

Photo portrait. Helaine Miller, B.A., Second Vice Chair; Marshfield, Massachusetts; Partner, Price Waterhouse, Boston, MA.

1985-06-01

Photo portrait of Elmer Baker as a young man. Elmer B. Baker, Jr., Ph.D., Litt.D. (ex officio), New York City; Vice Dean, School of Education, Health, Nursing and Arts Professions, New York University.

1950 - 1989

Dr. Joel Becker speaking. Location: Student Union. Dr. Joel Becker of Behavioral Association. Sponsored by the committee of awareness programs.

1987-02-03

David Brenders, associate professor in the Division of Communication Studies at Emerson College.

1991-09-03

Dr. Dennis Becker '64 '67 and his wife, Dr. Paula Borkum Becker '64. The Beckers founded The Speech Improvement Company in 1964. They are pictured at their business here on 1614 Beacon St., Boston.

1987-04-21

Elma Lewis '43 introduces poet Gwendolyn Brooks. Location: Emerson Majestic Theatre.

1991-04-15

Senior portrait.

1969

Bernays at the podium. Honorary induction of Edward Bernays into Phi Alpha Tau fraternity at the First and Second Church. Bernays was known as the "Father of Public Relations".

1987-10-28

Ms. Brigham sits in a butterfly chair at her home in Cambridge, Mass. Professor in Fine Arts at Emerson from 1971 - 1985, 1994 - 2002, and Professor Emerita 2002 - Present.

1986-08-07

Photo taken after acceptance of the presidency of Marycrest College. Location: Ames.

1986-06

Joan Brigham in conversation. Professor in Fine Arts at Emerson from 1971 - 1985, 1994 - 2002, and Professor Emerita 2002 - Present.

1986-08-07

Photo portrait. General Manager of WERS; Director of the Audio Program at Emerson College.

1989-09-05

Ms. Brigham sits in a butterfly chair at her home in Cambridge, Mass. Professor in Fine Arts at Emerson from 1971 - 1985, 1994 - 2002, and Professor Emerita 2002 - Present.

1986-08-07

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