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Press photo of Stuart Chase. Print includes Chase's signature, dated 1963 and the typed text: "Jack Case [photographer]. Stuart Chase. Author of 'The Most Probable World' to be published by Harper & Row on Jan. 17, 1968." Author and economist; Received honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Emerson College.

1963

Headshot of Kathleen Turner. Actress Kathleen Turner is an honorary degree recipient, and gave the commencement address at Emerson in May 1990.

Jonathan Aaron, associate professor, Writing, Literature and Publishing. Shot on the occasion of Aaron's recently published collection of poems, "Corridor.".

1992-06-24

Three reporters at a news desk. Wide shot also shows television crew and studio equipment. Mass Communication dept. Photo is dated "before 1985.".

1970 - 1989

Headshot of Michael Solomon. Honorary degree recipient. President of Warner Brothers International Television Distribution.

Photo of Corridor, a collection of poetry by Emerson College professor Jonathan Aaron.

1992-06-24

Group portrait of the class of 1890. Charles Wesley Emerson (center), founder of Emerson College, is surrounded by faculty and students. Seated to his left is Henry Southfield, who served as the third president of the college.

1890

Headshot / press photo of Carol Burnett. Honorary degree recipient.

Press clipping from Emerson College News: Photo shows students waving to others in the cockpit of a biplane. Written on the side of the plane: "Skyways, Inc. Boston Airport." The Emerson Press Club covered a mock presidential election. Students, posing as news correspondents, traveled to East Boston Airport to study how election return stories and pictures would be sent by airplane to Boston dailies.

1928

Jack Stein leads a class in makeup. Photo from the Jack Stein H'58 Collection. Dated "approx. 1950s.".

1950 - 1959

Group photo of cheerleaders.

1966

Students put on their beanies. Beanie Day, inaugurated on September 26, 1951 (buy may originate as far back as the 1940s), meant freshmen were given “beanie” caps to wear as part of hazing week. The sophomore class was responsible for initiating freshmen into life at Emerson. The practice continued through the 1960s.

1957

Group portrait of the class of 1965. Photo taken on Boston's Charles River Esplanade.

1965

Young woman at a table with boy, both of them hold hand puppets. A banner on the wall reads "So they may communicate." The Samuel Robbins Speech and Hearing Center, founded in 1953 for people with speech and hearing impairments.

1950 - 1959

Arthur Edes behind the podium looking at his watch; Three students stand at the microphone; Remaining students are seated. Arthur Edes was founder of the broadcasting department at Emerson College.

1934-05-01 - 1934-08-31

Headshot / press photo of Carol Burnett. Honorary degree recipient.

Students in Jack Stein's makeup class try on fake beards. Dated "approx. 1950s.".

1950 - 1959

Headshot of Michael Solomon. Honorary degree recipient. President of Warner Brothers International Television Distribution.

Students in Jack Stein's makeup class try on fake beards. Dated "approx. 1950s.".

1950 - 1959

Emerson students perform a full-scale radio play, complete with sound effects.

1949

Members of a children's theatre performance group, the first such college program in the U.S., board a bus tour in 1929. The bus' destination display reads: "Rowes Wharf; South Station." Shot published in the book, Century of Eloquence.

1929

Students perform a radio play at WERS-FM studios, Emerson College.

1950 - 1959

Composite photo of the Emerson College of Oratory class of 1900, with photos of students surrounding faculty and administration. Founder Charles Wesley Emerson in center.

1900

Group photo of cast and crew taken outdoors. The cast and crew included Carol Korty, Cris Byrne, Gary Kramer, Ann Marie Wysocki, Kim Keown, Dan Carson, Noel Staples and Cindy Lieber, Connie Winston and Ara Ghazarians. Sponsored by Emerson Stage.

1986-05-01 - 1986-08-31

Ice hockey players. Player's jersey shows number 18. Dated "before 1985.".

1980 - 1985

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Actors on stage. Scene from "Rage," a play by author Joan Parker and Robert Parker. Based on the short novel by Stephen King. Also performed at this presentation: Tell Me a Story, Whispers of Fear, and "Working Women." Performance dates: August 8,9,10, 1989.

1989-08-08

Batter, catcher and empire during a baseball game. The batter's jersey reads "Emerson." Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Group shot, in front of Castle Well, Holland. Emerson College's Musical Theatre Society toured Europe with their presentation and received standing ovations in the Hague, Bonn and Venlo. Venlo performance venue was Maaspoort theatre, on June 10 and 11).

1988-05-01 - 1988-08-31

Actors in performance. Titania is played by Nancy Ellis. Location: 69 Brimmer St., Boston, MA.

1987-12

Two well-dressed students, male and female, at a formal function, holding cups. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1999

A file of Emerson athletics uniforms. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Richard L. Kaye, president of WCRB with Wanda Bigham, acting vice president for development at Emerson College, and Rev. Theodore Jones, vice chairman of WCRB. Photo taken during the 75th birthday celebration of founder, Theodore Jones. Location: Copley Plaza Hotel.

1986-03-25

One person working out in a weight room. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Sports trophies and photos lined up on a shelf. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Norman Lear, seated, speaking with others in a living room with a fireplace. A microphone is set up on the coffee table.

1973

Norman Lear at the podium. Norman Lear was the keynote speaker at the conference "TV and Ethics: Who's Responsible," held at the Sheraton-Boston Hotel.

1984-12-06 - 1984-12-07

Norman Lear at the podium. Norman Lear was the keynote speaker at the conference "TV and Ethics: Who's Responsible," held at the Sheraton-Boston Hotel.

1984-12-06 - 1984-12-07

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