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Jacqueline Liebergott at the podium. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Jacqueline Liebergott at the podium. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

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

1992-02-13

Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

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

1992-02-13

Jacqueline Liebergott; Larry Agran. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Left to right: Soly Haim, GSA president; Jeremy Milner, CPLA president; Larry Agran, Democratic presidential candidate; and Brandon Arakelian, SGA president. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Jacqueline Liebergott (center). 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

Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Jacqueline Liebergott; Larry Agran. Sponsored by Communication, Politics and Law Association.

1992-02-13

Harry Morgan, winner of the Issachar Hoopes Eldridge Citation. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1986-05-10

George Quenzel, winner of the Leonard Riendeau award. Westin Hotel, Boston.

1986-05-10

Members of the Athletic Trust Fund: Chris O'Callahan '75, Echart Chris Beck '68 G69, Jim Peckham, John Rigrod '66, and Roy Nagy '73.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Marillyn and John Zacharis. Westin Hotel's Essex Ballroom, Boston.

1991-04-27

Michelle Gillen '77 received Alumni Achievement Award from Randy Brooksbank.

1992-04-24 - 1992-04-26

Leo Nickole, professor of performing arts shows off his gift as an honoree.

1993-04-24

Ed Conture '67 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

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

Photo portrait. Anderson served as the Interim Chair of the Department of Communication Studies at Emerson for 2012-2014.

1991-09-03

Edna Doriot wearing academic receives congratulations from Maurice H. Saval. Edna Doriot, a member of Emerson's Board of Trustees, received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters (her second degree from Emerson). Maurice Saval (also pictured) is vice-chairman of the board of trustees. Edna Duriot served as president of the French Library in Boston.

1978-03-16

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

Headshot / press photo of Isabel Sanford. Honorary degree recipient.

1984

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

1992-06-24

Noma Bennett Anderson, Chair of Communication at Howard University. Dr. Anderson holds an MS in speech pathology from Emerson College. She spoke at Emerson College in April 1992 as part of the Presidential Lecture Series.

1992-04-06

Theatrical portrait of John Anderson as novelist Henry James. John Anderson, a Communication Studies professor at Emerson College, received a grant from the Arts and Humanities Council in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for an essay and performance about Henry James in the Civil War era. The show traveled throughout Oklahoma.

1993-10-19

Noma Bennett Anderson, Chair of Communication at Howard University, speaks to the students during the Presidential Lecture Series. Location: 158 Beacon St. Dr. Anderson holds an MS in speech pathology from Emerson College.

1992-04-06

Photo portrait of Dr. Elizabeth Baeten. Associate professor and director of curriculum and administration ; Institute for liberal arts & interdisciplinary studies ; Ethics and Values Perspective.

1991-09-03

Members of Emerson's Musical Theatre Society perform songs from American musicals for alumni and guests. Location: The grand ballroom of the Back Bay Hilton, Boston.

1990-10-20

Members of the Musical Theatre Society perform.

1991-10-12

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

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

1950 - 1959

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

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

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

Actors lined-up on stage with canes and hands on hats.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Six pirates on stage in performance, singing or shouting, with swords raised. One fellow wears an eye patch another has a parrot on his shoulder.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Ten young women on stage in a theater performance, all seated and similarly dressed. Some are speaking or singing.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Large group shot of actors standing on stage, somewhat in a line, with women on one side and men (pirates) on the other.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

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

Front facade of building circa 1963 with neoclassical architectural elements. A Volkswagen beetle is parked on the street. Originally built as a home in 1904-1905, this structure at 150 Beacon Street replaced a house that was the residence of Boston arts benefactor, Isabella Stewart Gardner. 150 Beacon was designed by architect Alexander W. Longfellow, Jr., the nephew of the famous poet. In April 1961, Emerson College purchased 150 Beacon Street and converted it into dormitory and dining hall with a library on the upper floor. The college sold 150 Beacon in 1976.

1963 circa

Photographic portrait of Godfrey Dewey. Dewey wears wire-rim glasses, a three-piece suit, and a serious expression. In the photo, shadows cross Dewey’s face and upper body in horizontal lines, possibly from sun through window blinds. When Emerson president Boylston Green resigned in 1949, Godfrey Dewey (pictured) served as Acting President until February, 1951. Dewey was an educator and spelling reformer, and the founder and first president the Phonetic Spelling Council. He was a skier who designed ski jumps and was largely responsible for the successful bid to hold the 1932 Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid, New York. He was the son of Melvil Dewey, the founder of the Dewey decimal system. Info source: Expression Magazine of Emerson College; Godfrey Dewey Papers (Columbia University Archives).

1949

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

1973

A view through the window from inside control room. Two men are in the control room and four are in the live room. Motorola equipment and a grand piano are pictured. Photo imprint reads: "c1955, Arber-French & Co., Boston, Mass." WERS-TV presented the station's first closed circuit television (CCTV) program in 1955.

1955

Exterior of Charlesgate Hall with turret-like architectural features; South side from Marlborough Street. Emerson students were housed at Charlesgate Hall in the 1980s and early 1990s. The building was originally opened in the late 19th century as the Charlesgate Hotel, designed by architect J. Pickering Putnam as the centerpiece of Kenmore Square. The luxury hotel was a premiere location during Boston's gilded age. The building consists of three addresses: Four Charlesgate East, 535 Beacon Street, and Ten Charlesgate East. Emerson College purchased the building from Boston University in 1981 and sold it in 1995 when Emerson dorms were moved to the Little Building. Numerous student reports of supernatural activity over the years have given Charlesgate a reputation as one of the most haunted locations in Boston.

1985

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

The second EVVYs ceremony, held in 1983. A man and woman stand behind a modern white podium, smiling and applauding. The very first EVVY awards were held in 1982. The EVVYs were created to recognize student achievement in television and video. Decades later, this annual awards program has evolved into the largest student award show in the nation, showcasing the work of Emerson students in nearly every area of study offered at the college. Info source: NewEnglandFilm.com.

1983

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

1986-02-02

1986-02-02

1986-02-02

1986-03

College Store ad for Beacon Magazine.

1986

Panelists at a table. Karen Marinella '84, news reporter at WLVI ch. 56; Nancy Staiti Goldstein '86, publicist with WNEV ch. 7; Melanie Freeman '80, producer for AM Boston, WSBK-TV 38; Lois Roach '83, public service director at WBZ-TV 38.

1988-11-15

Panel of speakers under a ProArts consortium banner. Peter Meade moderates panel on the policy and practice of censorship. Panelists include: Frederick Schauer, E. Barry Gaither, Thomas Finneran, Peggy Charren and Michael Blowen '68, G'69. Location: First and Second Church, Boston.

1993-10-20

Edward Bernays cuts the cake during the event, "Public Relations in the Twenty-First Century". Bernays, known as "the father of public relations" was a pioneer in the field of advertising. Event sponsored by Emerson College in association with Lambda Phi Eta, Kappa Gamma Chi and Phi Alpha Tau.

1991-11-26

John C. Zacharis '58, '59, receives the Isaacher Hoopes Eldridge award from the prior year's winner, Harry Morgan '59, '65. Location: Essex Ballroom of Weston Hotel, Boston, MA.

1987-05-08

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

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

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

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

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

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

1988-11-17

Mary Ellen Adams (seated), gives a demonstration of shadow puppets in the studio workshop. Adams was a member of Theatre Arts/Performing Arts faculty.

Headshot of Art Buchwald. Honorary degree recipient.

1978

Headshot of Mary Pinard, in a nature setting. Part-time instructor in writing, literature and publishing.

1988

Headshot of Art Buchwald against a curtain backdrop. Honorary degree recipient.

1978

Headshot of Peggy Charren. 1984 Emerson College honorary degree recipient; Founder and president of Action for Children's Television (ACT).

Three children with Cabbage Patch Kids dolls. Children of Miriam and Ken Thompson. Documentary film about families of people suffering from the AIDS epidemic.

1987

Carol Burnett wearing academic regalia, adjusts her cap. Honorary degree recipient.

Press photo of Art Buchwalk, sitting at a typewriter with a cigar in his mouth. Honorary degree recipient.

1978

Art Buchwald at the podium during 1978 graduation ceremony. Honorary degree recipient.

1978

Group shop of contest participants. 1st row: Jane Brown, Director of Admissions; Lauren McLean, Assistant Director of Admissions; Third place winner Sharra Calloway; First place winner Lauren Elmore; Second place winner Donnell Singleton; Kathy Thomas, Director of Special Projects at the Freedom House of Dorchester. Photo location: Student Union, Emerson College.

1989-03-04

Group shop of contest participants. 1st row: Jane Brown, Director of Admissions; Lauren McLean, Assistant Director of Admissions; Third place winner Sharra Calloway; First place winner Lauren Elmore; Second place winner Donnell Singleton; Kathy Thomas, Director of Special Projects at the Freedom House of Dorchester. Photo location: Student Union, Emerson College.

1989-03-04

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

Vincent (Vin) Di Bona '66, H'94 presents the Leonard Riendeau award. Westin Hotel, Boston. Di Bona received an Alumni Achievement Award in 1990.

1986-05-10

Headshot of Liv Ullman. Award-winning actress and author; Honorary degree recipient.

1988-01-20

David Frost with hand extended; The base of a video camera in seen background. David Frost received an honorary degree from Emerson College, commencement 1970.

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

Donis Dondis wearing academic regalia, receives honorary doctorate from Emerson College. Author of 'Primer of Visual Literacy.'.

1978-04-29

Photo portrait of Claire Andrade-Watkins, assistant professor in Mass Communication.

1992-09-08

Claire Andrade-Watkins, assistant professor in Mass Communication. Location: At the professor's home in Roxbury, MA.

1986-05-07

Doctoral student working with a child. Comm. Disorders doctoral student Sherry Diamond assesses Tina Bui for developmental problems possibly resulting from lead exposures. The child's father, Tan Bui, is present at the session. This is part of a doctoral grant to train students in early intervention. Location: City Hospital, Pediatric Lead Clinic.

1993-07-02

Doctoral student working with a child. Comm. Disorders doctoral student Sherry Diamond assesses Tina Bui for developmental problems possibly resulting from lead exposures. The child's father, Tan Bui, is present at the session. This is part of a doctoral grant to train students in early intervention. Location: City Hospital, Pediatric Lead Clinic.

1993-07-02

Doctoral student working with a child. Comm. Disorders doctoral student Sherry Diamond assesses James Wilbur for developmental problems possibly resulting from lead exposures, as part of a doctoral grant to train students in early intervention. Location: City Hospital, Pediatric Lead Clinic.

1993-07-02

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

1986-04-02

Photograph of a decorative panel in the stage backdrop displaying the show's title, "Pirates of Penzance," with a sailing ship in the middle.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Nine actors are pictured on stage, performing in-costume. A man and woman stand in the foreground looking at each other.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Actors on stage performance in pirate costume. Several men have drawn their swords.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Mr. Schwartz, with hand on chin, in a cluttered room with audio equipment, reel-to-reel tape and audio cassettes.

1986-04-16

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