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Female student behind a Norelco television camera appears to be adjusting her headset.

1986-10

Female student holds a gun to the head of a male student eating. Items in the room include a small television, typewriter, and a bullfight poster.

1960

Two students in a dorm room appear to be sharing a chocolate bar. Items in the room include a records, a phonograph player and Japanese flag.

1960

Haig der Marderosian '54 stands on stage, speaking, with a white cowboy hat in his hand. Three people are on stage behind him. Banner above the stage reads, "KAPPA KORRA." From http://www.phialphatau.com/history: "Haig der Marderosian. Led many an Emerson debate team to regional and national championships. Room 501 in the Walker Building was re-dedicated to him in 2002 after the College sold 21 Commonwealth Avenue which contained the original Haig der Marderosian Room. Haig was an advisor to the [Phi Alpha Tau] fraternity twice during his tenure as a professor, from 1960 to 1968 and again from 1980 to 1984. Like Joe Connor, Haig entered the fraternity as an Emerson student.".

1960

A seated audience. Young man holding cigarette in foreground. From http://www.phialphatau.com/history: "Haig der Marderosian. Led many an Emerson debate team to regional and national championships. Room 501 in the Walker Building was re-dedicated to him in 2002 after the College sold 21 Commonwealth Avenue which contained the original Haig der Marderosian Room. Haig was an advisor to the [Phi Alpha Tau] fraternity twice during his tenure as a professor, from 1960 to 1968 and again from 1980 to 1984. Like Joe Connor, Haig entered the fraternity as an Emerson student.".

1960

Haig der Marderosian stands on stage, holding up a piece of paper. Young women dressed as cowgirls behind him. Banner above the stage reads, "KAPPA KORRAL." From http://www.phialphatau.com/history: "Haig der Marderosian. Led many an Emerson debate team to regional and national championships. Room 501 in the Walker Building was re-dedicated to him in 2002 after the College sold 21 Commonwealth Avenue which contained the original Haig der Marderosian Room. Haig was an advisor to the [Phi Alpha Tau] fraternity twice during his tenure as a professor, from 1960 to 1968 and again from 1980 to 1984. Like Joe Connor, Haig entered the fraternity as an Emerson student.".

1960

Two young women on stage dressed as cowgirls. Banner above the stage reads, KAPPA KORRAL.

1960

Young woman performs on a tiny stage at the front of a classroom while a seated girl watches and takes notes.

1958

Four sharply dressed students perform before a black curtain. Each stands or sits at one of four podiums.

1958

Two seated men wearing their jackets backward looking serious. Woman wearing pearl necklace holds an electric shaver. A sign on the wall reads, "These electric shavers are being used through the courtesy of the Schick company. Try a Schick, [buy a Schick].

1958

Man and woman on stage, dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Unidentified young man in a suit seated at a desk, typing on an old typewriter.

1960

Unidentified young man in a suit seated at a desk. Phone receiver is off the hook. Old typewriter on second desk.

1960

Seated man snips his beard with scissors whole a woman runs an electric shaver across his face with others looking on.

1958

Two students performing before a black curtain. Male in tuxedo leans on podium, while female clutches her white shawl.

1958

Seated blonde man wearing his jacket backward and woman wearing pearl necklace holding an electric shaver to his face. Both smile for the photo.

1958

Woman (standing) gives an electric shave to a seated man with eyeglasses wearing his jacket backwards. A coat of arms is painted on the wall.

1958

Several happy people in-action around a small round table. Two women, seated, wear hats.

1960

Two seated men on stage playing acoustic guitars and singing.

1958

Haig der Marderosian '54 points at a notice posted on the "Debating" board at the foot of a stairwell while three male students look on. From http://www.phialphatau.com/history: "Haig der Marderosian. Led many an Emerson debate team to regional and national championships. Room 501 in the Walker Building was re-dedicated to him in 2002 after the College sold 21 Commonwealth Avenue which contained the original Haig der Marderosian Room. Haig was an advisor to the [Phi Alpha Tau] fraternity twice during his tenure as a professor, from 1960 to 1968 and again from 1980 to 1984. Like Joe Connor, Haig entered the fraternity as an Emerson student.".

1954

Two female actors in a bare room, one is seated. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Susan Lightbrown '61 (later Susan Lightbrown Sack) played the lead role of Evelina. Prior to attending Emerson College, Ms. Lightbrown was Miss Connecticut in the 1957 Miss America Pageant. The Fairfileld, CT Museum and History Center has a collection of her papers and photographs.

1959

Several students on a sandy beach. This shot centers on someone playing a guitar.

1958

Smiling older man (standing on stage) hands something to a young woman (standing next to a young man off stage).

1958

Several students on the beach. In the foreground a man standing at a grill hands a hotdog to another man. Woman in center of the frame holds a Coca-Cola bottle.

1958

Several students on a sandy beach. One plays guitar. Another wears a "Billerica Demolay" jacket.

1958

Several students, mostly standing, on a sandy beach.

1958

Young man wearing an Emerson beanie feigns getting a dry shave by a young woman, looking a camera. A wall poster promotes the Schick Company.

1958

Young man wearing his suit jacket backward sits with his arms crossed, while getting an electric shave by a young woman, while others look on.

1958

Formally dressed students at a dance.

1958

Several couples dancing on the dancefloor. A couple in the center of the frame look at the camera.

1958

Three young women on the beach wearing swimsuits with towels hanging over their shoulders, each with food (hotdogs?) in their hand.

1958

Four students seats on the sidewalk, looking at a brochure? containing many photo portraits, such as a yearbook.

1986-09-03

1986-09-03

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

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

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

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

"Grip and grin" posed photos. Inductees (6 of 7 attended the event): Gail Barringer, Todd J. Grant, Robert Hanflis, Tracey A. Libby, Jo Anne London, Lori Matte. Regional Director: Donna Walcovy; Faculty Advisor: George Quinzel. Sponsored by National Broadcasting Society.

1991-03-27

Actors on stage among forest scenery. Alice in Wonderland performed by the Emerson College Children’s Theatre group and directed by Imogen Hogle on Oct. 18, 1919 at Huntington Chambers Hall. The nation's first collegiate level program in Children's Theater was established at Emerson College in 1919.

1919-10

A grainy group photo of mostly women. The photo caption provides only last names. First row: Stern, Schwartz, Saftel, Greenbaum, Levitan, Sossner, Karas, Eisenberg; Second row: Waldman, Peter, Kessler, Coplan, Rossman, Simmons; Third row: Markoff, Rosenstadt, Grossman, Silverman, Bronstein, Hoffman, Chalice, Bornstein. The Menorah Society became Hillel in 1946. Emerson Hillel, the college's union of Jewish students, continues to thrive today as a home for Jewish campus life with the support of Hillel Council of New England.

1946

Actors in performance. Barbara Dow '58 is pictured as the Western Dance Hall hostess. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman '57 [aka: Nancy Dolph, Emerson faculty].

1957

A theater technician backstage. The housing on a crank reads, "House Lights." An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Actors on stage. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman. Barbara Dow '58 is pictured as the Western Dance Hall hostess.

1957

Harry Morgan. Unveiling. On the set of Love Rides the Rails, An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Actors on stage. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman '57 [aka: Nancy Dolph, Emerson faculty].

1957

Actors on stage. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Three actors on stage in bowler hats. Pictured: James Noel '58 (L), George Widley '58 (R). An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman '57 [aka: Nancy Dolph, Emerson faculty].

1957

Actors on stage. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Actors on stage. Sue and Dotty (Dorothy Geotis) rehearse for the play. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Actors on stage, slumped together as if sleeping. The Children's Playhouse sponsored by Women's Aid Association of the Symmes Arlington Hospital presents "Raggedy Ann" by the Emerson College Players on Saturday, April 26, 1958 - 10:30 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. Directed by Helen T. Wiseman and Shirley Surrette.

1958-01-01 - 1958-05-31

Actor in performance. Dodo the clown sneaks around stage. The scenery includes a palm tree and a sign that reads "Frumplin's Doll Shoppe." Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors in performance. Characters are presumably: Mr. Frumpkin the dollmaker, Andrew the dollmaker's, and the policeman. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors perform off the stage among three seated spectators. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors in performance. Six of Frumkpin's dolls are led off-stage. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors on stage: Dodo the clown with Gladys the horse. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

The full cast in-costume pose for a photo. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Several actors on stage. Characters pictured include Dodo the clown, Mr. Frumpkin and his dolls. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Eight cheerleaders posing for photo in a brick and cobblestone area. Wearing skirts and sweaters with a stitched "E" and a megaphone. The photo may have been taken outside the Emerson College Theater at the carriage house beyond 128-130 Beacon Street in Back Bay.

1958

Actor in performance. Characters pictured: Dodo (sleeping), Rudolph Bernard Boo, Ugly (Boo's minion) and six of Frumpkin's dolls. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage with pit orchestra in foreground. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959

The cast of Pajama Game on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Shirley Shay ’59 and Milt Monbleau ’59 make “Small Talk” in the kitchen. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors dancing on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Young people filling out forms at the foot of a staircase with an ornate banister.

1959

Prom queen and attendants stand in front of a tiled wall, holding bouquets. Marlene Riccitello (center, wearing tiara) of Zeta Phi Eta, was junior prom queen in 1959. Also pictured, prom attendants Nancy Perko (class secretary 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi) and Cynthia Ann Whalen (class treasurer 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi).

1959

Prom queen and attendants stand in front of a tiled wall, holding bouquets. Marlene Riccitello (center, wearing tiara) of Zeta Phi Eta, was junior prom queen in 1959. Also pictured, prom attendants Nancy Perko (class secretary, Kappa Gamma Chi) and Cynthia Ann Whalen (class treasurer, Kappa Gamma Chi).

1959

Two young men and two young women seated in a small wooden booth. There are cigarette cases and paper coffee cups on the table.

1959

Prom queen and attendants. Marlene Riccitello (wearing tiara) of Zeta Phi Eta, was junior prom queen in 1959. Also pictured, prom attendants Nancy Perko (class secretary 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi), Cynthia Ann Whalen (class treasurer 1960, Kappa Gamma Chi), and Paul Austin? (class president 1960, Phi Alpha Tau).

1959

Young man in light-colored trench coat stands in outside the dormitory building entrance with book in his hand, while young woman in long skirt looks on. Number 373 is painted on the glass door. Mail slot reads, Emerson College Dormitory.

1959

Meredith O'Gorman, of Kappa Gamma Chi, is crowned junior prom queen in 1957. Also pictured, Beverly Stone Gloven (May queen & prom attendant), Barbara Rosenthal (prom attendant, class treasurer, vice-president, Zeta Phil Eta), and possibly Richard Hamilton (class president, Phi Alpha Tau) and Elaine Zimmerman (Junior prom queen of 1956).

1957

Marlene Riccitello is crowned by last year's prom queen, Judy Simmons. Prom queen attendants Nancy Perko and Cindy Whalen (Cynthia Whalen) also pictured. Location: Hotel Fensgate in the Casino on the Charles room. Music provided by Herbie Wayne Band.

1959-04-25

Meredith O'Gorman, of Kappa Gamma Chi (seated, wearing tiara) on stage with her prom attendants Beverly Stone Gloven and Barbara Rosenthal.

1957

Woman and man sitting on a wooden bench in front of a window. She's holding her purse and cigarette.

1959

Birds-eye image shows several couples dancing on the dance floor.

1957

Young man plays an upright piano other others standing behind him.

1959

Meredith O'Gorman, of Kappa Gamma Chi (seated wearing tiara) with prom attendant Beverly Stone Gloven.

1957

Ms. Hunt, wearing headphones, operates a photograph turntable in the WERS radio studio.

1959

Ms. Hunt at the broadcast audio console at WERS, holding a clipboard. Percy Faith's LP, My Fair Lady sits on the desk.

1959

Ms. Hunt receives checks the latest newswire from the teletype machine at WERS radio.

1959

Ms. Hunt, looking through index cards in file cabinet.

1959

Ms. Hunt at a typewriter.

1959

Miss Hunt, wearing headset, operates a Dage television camera. WERS closed-circuit television (CCTV) made it's first broadcast in 1955.

1959

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