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1986-04

1986-04

1986-04-07

1986-04-07

1986-04

1986-04

Group photo. Eight women pictured with President Allen Koenig, seated.

1986-05-09

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

Little Building exterior from the east side along Tremont Street. 80 Boylston St., Boston, MA. The building was designed by Clarence Blackall and commissioned by John Mason Little in 1917.

1994-02-01

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

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

1980 - 1985

"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

Photographic portrait of Emerson’s second president. Rolfe is shown with metal-rim glasses, black suit & bowtie, white hair and a moustache. William James Rolfe was born in 1827 in Massachusetts. He attended Amherst College and Kirkwood Academy in Maryland before becoming an instructor at Day’s Academy in Wrentham, Massachusetts. By the time Rolfe assumed the presidency of Emerson College in 1903, he was 75 years old and was an internationally famous scholar. He worked mainly to advise the students and serve as a role model. According to Henry Lawrence Southwick, Rolfe was the “pioneer in introducing the study of English into the curriculum of American schools.” Rolfe’s greatest accomplishment was his work on the plays of William Shakespeare. In 1904, he published Shakespeare the Boy, a 550-page book on Shakespeare's life.

1903 circa

Exterior front view of the building. A sign above the entry reads “Hotel Ericson.” Two small barren trees on the sidewalk frame the building. The flagpole is empty. The front end of an automobile is visible, parked on the street. In 1927, Emerson College of Oratory purchased its first piece of real estate at 373 Commonwealth Ave. It would be known as Emerson College Residence. For Emerson students, the new address replaced five rented dormitory buildings. The six-story stone and brick building stood directly across the street from the Harvard Club. It would remain a dormitory building for Emerson women from 1928 through 1960. Info source: Century of Eloquence ; BAC Catalogue; Gillach Group; BackBayHouses.org.

1928

An adult's attention is focused on a young child's ear. Another child and adult are present in the background. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center 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. Info source: Emerson College Today (7/21/2014).

1986-02

1986-02-01

1986-02

1986-02

1986-02

1986-03-26

1986-03-26

Student volunteer, Anson Tebbetts '97, on the phone. Location: Student Union, 96 Beacon St., Boston. Phonathons were held February 23-26 and March 2-5, 1986.

1986-02-23

College Store ad for Beacon Magazine.

1986

1986-03-26

1986-03-26

Eiki Sataki, professor of mathematics and statistics, unpacking moving boxes at 216 Tremont Street.

1997-08-25

Frank Napal '69, '70 presents actress Arleen Sorkin '77 with an Alumni Recognition award. Aboard the Spirit of Boston cruise ship in Boston harbor.

1987-05-09

J. Edwin Hollingworth, Assistant Professor in Communication Studies, speaks on "Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur". Location: 21 Commonwealth Ave. Sponsored by Central Mass. Dietetic Association and Emerson College Division of Continuing Ed. and Comm. Studies.

1988-03-30

Robert Brown, Assistant Professor in Communication Studies, talks to the conference members on public relations for a dietician. Location: 21 Commonwealth Ave. Sponsored by Central Mass. Dietetic Association and Emerson College Division of Continuing Ed. and Comm. Studies.

1988-03-30

Mr. Broderick at podiums holds up a card that reads "Flying lessons." Gerry Broderick, president of Arnold & Company, speaks on careers in advertising. Location: Student Union.

1985-11-22

Paul Pitre wiring for monitor system for therapy rooms. Crimson Tech resistor bladders.

1997-08-25

Chris Barboza '87 and Ana Machado '87. Aboard the Spirit of Boston cruise ship in Boston harbor.

1987-05-09

Kim Meadows and Rachel Layne at work on the student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Rachel Layne, managing editor and Kim Meadows, editor-in-chief.

1989-04-12

Dorothy Prince '70, G'78, member of the part-time faculty in Communication Studies performs a selection from "Fences" by August Wilson. The First and Second Church, Boston.

1993-04-24

Part-time faculty member Marcia Littlefield G'69 performs an oral interpretation piece. The First and Second Church, Boston.

1993-04-24

Kim Meadows and Rachel Layne at work on the student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Rachel Layne, managing editor and Kim Meadows, editor-in-chief.

1989-04-12

John Zacharis congratulates Edward Bernays on his newly dedicated seminar room at Emerson College. Bernays was a pioneer in the field of public relations and advertising.

1991-04-23

Barnays enters the newly dedicated Bernays seminar room after the ribbon cutting by John Zacharis. Associate professor, Walt Littlefield looks on. Bernays was a pioneer in the field of public relations and advertising.

1991-04-23

Photo of Edward Bernays on the occasion of the dedication of the Bernays seminar room at Emerson College. Bernays was a pioneer in the field of public relations and advertising.

1991-04-23

Bernays shakes hands with unidentified young woman. Bernays was a pioneer in the field of public relations and advertising.

1991-04-23

Kim Meadows and Rachel Layne at work on the student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Rachel Layne, managing editor and Kim Meadows, editor-in-chief.

1989-04-12

Bernays at the center of a group photo on stairs. Bernays was a pioneer in the field of public relations and advertising.

1991-04-23

Headshot of Wendy Wheaton. Hollywood producer and talent manager; Founder of Tinseltown Productions & Management.

Jack Weir in the television production control room. Weir was a pioneer in broadcasting operations and engineering, known for leading the change in network distribution from terrestrial (phone lines) to satellite, and for his role in coverage of the Olympics, with a 40-year career at NBC. He was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2012.

1988

Photo portrait of Jack Weir. Weir was a pioneer in broadcasting operations and engineering, known for leading the change in network distribution from terrestrial (phone lines) to satellite, and for his role in coverage of the Olympics, with a 40-year career at NBC. He was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2012.

1988

Headshot of Merri Sugarman. Actress, casting director, acting coach, and alumni officer of the professional sorority Kappa Gamma Chi (BFA in Musical Theater - Emerson College).

1980 - 1999

Kathleen Dalton gives her remarks at a press conference on the day hostage Ed Tracy was released. Terry Anderson, an American journalist, was held hostage by Hezbollah militants in Lebanon from 1985-1991. Location: Emerson College, in front of 130 Beacon Street, Boston, MA.

1991-08-22

Eileen Leahy receives the American 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

Group photo of the students participating in the program along with interim president John Zacharis, Director of AFYP Anthony Bashir, and Assistant Director of AFYP Helen deLone (in the center of the group). Pictured are the first year's graduating class.

1990-04-24

Jerry Levin speaks on behalf of Terry Anderson. 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

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

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

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

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

Cantone on a spiral staircase.

1986-01-01

Cantone on stage in performance.

1986-02-01

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

Roy Nagy '73 receives certificate of appreciation from Jim Peckham, director of Athletics. Essex Ballroom, Westin Hotel, Boston.

1988-05-14

Smiling family seated on a sofa: Miriam and Ken Thompson with their kids: Coral, Sean and Lori. Documentary film about families of people suffering from the AIDS epidemic.

1987

Studio portrait of Leita Hagemann, instructor of Mass Communication.

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

Alexandra Marshall, photographed in front of Boston swan boats. ISBN in bottom right of print. Author, editorial writer, instructor at Emerson College.

Headshot of Steven Bochco. Honorary degree recipient in May 1989; Writer and executive producer of L.A. Law and Hill Street Blues.

Jim Peckham stands beside a bookshelf with trophies. Wrestling coach and Director of Athletics at Emerson for 27 years.

Producer/Director Micki Dickoff (right) on location for her documentary film, "Too Little, Too Late." Pictured with Tony Pagano, Director of Photography, and Barbara Peabody, author of The Screaming Room. Micki Dickoff taught filmmaking at Emerson College for more than a decade and conceived the idea of the Evvy Awards at Emerson in 1982.

1980 - 1989

Michael Dukakis, seated at desk and holding a publication titled Healthy Living, with seven others, standing beside and behind him. Emerson College' Jim Peckham stands in center.

1980 - 1989

George Ursul seated in office, in front of window. Professor of History; Division of Humanities and Social Sciences.

1977

John Chancellor at his desk. Honorary degree recipient. Broadcast journalist; Anchor of NBC Nightly News.

Young man (Scott Cleaver) and woman (Scott's sister, Gina) seated side by side, smile for the photo. Documentary film about families of people suffering from the AIDS epidemic.

1987

Photo portrait of Vito Silvestri, seated at desk. Chairman, Speech department; Professor communications studies Emerson College, Boston, 1964—1996; Master of Science in Speech Education from Emerson College in 1959.

Left to Right: Erik Kaarla, Annamaria Formicella, Marjorie Brant and Susan McIntyre. Photos to accompany article on Teen Sex in the Spring Berkeley Beacon. Location: Winchester High School.

1987-12-07

Student volunteer, Anson Tebbetts '87, on the phone. Location: Student Union, 96 Beacon St., Boston. Phonathons were held February 23-26 and March 2-5, 1986.

1986-02-23

Left to Right: Erik Kaarla, Annamaria Formicella, Marjorie Brant and Susan McIntyre. Photos to accompany article on Teen Sex in the Spring Berkeley Beacon. Location: Winchester High School.

1987-12-07

Outside the central station, students: Kate Hoffman, Tim Claypoole, Kim Dottling, Kathy Buckey and Bill Siderski; and instructors Vito Silvestri and Dulcia Meyers.

1988-02

Vito Silvestri, professor of Communication Studies; Dulcia Meyers, instructor/program director; Madeline Virbasius, student; Lisa Goodman, student.

1988-02

Joel Menard, student; Vito Silvestri, professor of Communication Studies; Dulcia Meyers, instructor/program director; Hadel Rada, Carolyn Bankowski, Madeline Virbasius, and Lisa Goodman, students.

1988-02

John Zacharis with actress Jean Stapleton during buffet lunch. Special event: Filming of the Majestic Video at the Emerson Majestic Theatre, Boston.

1988-08-06

Students outside the central station: Kate Hoffman, Tim Claypoole, Kim Dottling, Kathy Buckey and Bill Siderski.

1988-02

Unveiling of the J.F.K. statue at the Massachusetts State House.

1990-05-29

Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Gregory Payne, Jacqueline Liebergott. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Gregory Payne (center), Jacqueline Liebergott (left). Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Larry Agran. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Larry Agran, Democratic presidential candidate. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Larry Agran, Democratic presidential candidate. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Larry Agran, Democratic presidential candidate. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

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