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Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Cameramen onstage with cameras marked, "WERS TV" shoot a man seated on a stool next to a white screen. On the opposite side of the stage, a person sits at a small table wearing a safari hat.

1958

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

Actors on stage.

1957

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

1959-05

American jazz vocalist, Gloria Lynne speaks with a young man who holds her record album titled, Miss Gloria Lynne.

1959

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

Actors on stage.

1958

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

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

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

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

1959

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Two men at a desk, only their heads are visible. Several small portraits hang on the wall behind then.

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

President McKinley with Inter-faith council president, Chrisanne Done, and others (Elliot Norton?).

1959

Three men in suits at desks, two are seated. The man in the center may be Maine governor, Edmund Muskie.

1959

Emerson President Samuel Justus McKinley and others seated at a long table. One man is standing.

1959

Three men standing in conversation, holding papers, a portrait hangs on the wall behind them.

1959

Four men, standing, in conversation. Bowl on table in foreground.

1959

Two men seated at a large desk. Donkey figurines on the mantle behind them.

1959

Formally dressed young people seated at a long table. The Greek fraternal letters Phi Alpha Tau are on display. Founded in 1902, Phi Alpha Tau is the nation’s oldest professional communicative arts fraternity.

1959

Three men at a desk, in conversation.

1959

Gov. Dwinell and another man seated at a desk.

1959

Gov. Dwinell and another man seated at a desk.

1959

Three men standing in conversation, holding papers, a portrait hangs on the wall behind them.

1959

Two men seated at a large desk. Donkey figurines on the mantle behind them. Shot from corner of desk.

1959

Two men seated at a long table facing a row of small television monitors, their backs to the camera. One of them wears headphones.

1961

Two men seated at a long table facing a row of small television monitors, their backs to the camera. One of them wears headphones.

1961

Cameramen onstage with cameras marked, "WERS TV" shoot a man seated on a stool next to a white screen. On the opposite side of the stage, a person sits at a small table wearing a safari hat.

1958

Primo ('62) receives a scholarship. Emerson College President McKinley and another man hold a check. Four other men are in the photo.

1958

Primo ('62) receives a scholarship. Emerson College President McKinley and another man hold a check.

1958

Two students reading newswire feed from a teletype machine with 4 clocks on the wall showing the current time in Boston, London, Moscow and Tokyo.

1958

Actors on stage.

1959

Three students in radio station control room. Young man tinkers with reel to reel tape machine while young woman reads liner notes on a vinyl record. Signage on the RCA-branded equipment reads: FM 88.9 MCS. WERS EMERSON COLLEGE.

1958

Hearing assessment equipment on a small table, i.e. headphones connected to an audiometer labelled as "ambco hearing amplifier transistorized," Model #351?, with an attached plate that reads, "In memory of Albert Holzwasser."

1959

Prom attendees chatting on the dance floor in front of the band stage. President McKinley is among them. The 1958 junior prom was held in the ballroom at the Bradford Hotel at 275 Tremont St. in Boston's theatre district.

1958

Hearing assessment equipment on a small table, i.e. headphones connected to an audiometer labelled as "ambco hearing amplifier transistorized," Model #351?, with an attached plate that reads, "In memory of Albert Holzwasser."

1959

Actors on stage. A production by students of the Emerson Night School. See How They Run, directed by John Chase, is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. Performance dates: Feb. 12 & 13, 1959.

1959-02

Actors on stage. Pictured cast may include: Sam Beaulieu '61. A production by students of the Emerson Night School. See How They Run, directed by John Chase, is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. Performance dates: Feb. 12 & 13, 1959.

1959-02

Actors on stage. A production by students of the Emerson Night School. See How They Run, directed by John Chase, is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. Performance dates: Feb. 12 & 13, 1959.

1959-02

Actors on stage. A production by students of the Emerson Night School. See How They Run, directed by John Chase, is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. Performance dates: Feb. 12 & 13, 1959.

1959-02

Actors on stage.

1959

Actors on stage.

1959

Actors on stage. A production by students of the Emerson Night School. See How They Run, directed by John Chase, is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. Performance dates: Feb. 12 & 13, 1959.

1959-02

Actors on stage.

1959

Actors on stage. A production by students of the Emerson Night School. See How They Run, directed by John Chase, is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. Performance dates: Feb. 12 & 13, 1959.

1959-02

Woman and man stand outside room containing audio equipment. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

A speech clinician sits at a table with two boys and a girl. They boys are blowing through straws. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Clinicians with a young boy who points to a drawing in a book. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Clinician holds a flash card of the letter "P" for a young girl (seated). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Male clinician adjusts the knobs on audio equipment next to a young boy wearing headphones (seated, back to camera). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

View from above of several adults and two children stand by a coat rack. A large plaque on the wall begins with the text: Aid to Speech Therapy.

1958

Speech clinician Ruth Silverman ('59) holds flashcards up to a young boy across the table. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Clinician with a young boy seated wearing headphones. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Clinician with a young girl at a blackboard with the letter "S" in chalk. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Speech clinician sits at a small table with a boy. A Raggedy Ann doll sits on the table. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Speech clinician Ruth Silverman ('59) holds flashcards up to a young boy across the table. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Emerson faculty and administrators stand for a photo outside the Morse auditorium. Those pictured include: Catherine Perry, S. Justus McKinley, Thomas Houchin and others.

1958

Speech clinician with boy looking in the mirror. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Emerson faculty and administrators stand for a photo outside the Morse auditorium. Those pictured include: Catherine Perry and S. Justus McKinley.

1958

Women at the registration table.

1958

A few attendees wearing name tags gather for the day's event in what appears to be a residential living room.

1958

Speech clinician Ruth Silverman ('59) with a young boy. A wooden toy is on the table, stamped with the words, W. Kent, 6120 Fieldston Road. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

A woman at the podium speaks to attendees seated in the auditorium.

1958

A therapist sits at a table with two boys and a girl. They boys are blowing through straws. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Woman seated at desk with pen in hand and young boy (standing). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Man backstage pulls on a rope.

1959

Emerson faculty and administrators stand for a photo outside the Morse auditorium. Those pictured include: Catherine Perry and S. Justus McKinley.

1958

Catherine Perry converses with another woman at the day's event.

1958

Male clinician adjusts the knobs on audio equipment next to a young boy wearing headphones (seated, back to camera). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Woman and man stand outside a room containing audio equipment. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Five men work on theatrical rigging behind stage.

1959

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

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

Actors in performance. 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

On the lawn at the Boston Esplanade, four students in full costume talk with two women on beach towels. Pictured cast may include: Louis Lopez-Cepero '61, Judith Simmons '59, Donald Morgan '59. 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

Two actors on stage. The woman wears a hoopskirt. 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

Mr. Howlett, wearing clergy robe, stands behind a decorative pulpit, before a stained glass window. Text carved into the pulpit reads, "Come ye children hearken unto me..".

1959

Director with actors during rehearsal. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Pictured participants may include: Dorothy Geotis '59 and Leonidas Nickole.

1959

Several students relaxing on the lawn at Boston's Esplanade near the Hatch Shell. One young man wears a poster for Bloomer Girl handing around his neck. The Longfellow Bridge and a statue of Gov. Tobin are in the background. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall.

1959

Three actors on stage. Man stands between two women seated. Curtained windows are painted on the wall. 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 actors on stage. The lead actress stands up front. All women are wearing hoop skirts and holding parasols. The orchestra pit is empty. 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

Nine actresses on stage in performance. Some with bows or bonnets in their hair. The orchestra pit is empty. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Pictured actors may include Susan Lightbrown '61, Dorothy Geotis ‘59 and Gretchen Van Aken ‘62.

1959

Mr. Howlett, wearing clergy robe, stands behind a decorative pulpit, before a stained glass window. Text carved into the pulpit reads, "Come ye children hearken unto me..".

1959

Four actors perform on stage. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Pictured actors may include: Susan Lightbrown '61, John Washington ’61, George Peters ’59, Dorothy Geotis ‘59.

1959

Several actors on stage in formal attire. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Pictured actors may include: Linda Keery ’59, James Laferla '60, Judith Simmons ‘59, Edward Darna ’59.

1959

Director Nickole and students rehearse the play, standing in a bare room. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Pictured actors may include: Susan Lightbrown '61, Linda Keery ’59, Judith Simmons ‘59, Louis Lopez-Cepero ’61.

1959

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