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Close-up photo. Possible outdoor setting. Pozniak wears a shirt and tie, beard and eyeglasses.

1986-07

White cover with black border and a drawing/painting of a white house in the middle.

1986-08-07

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

1986-09-03

1986-09-09

1986-09-09

1986-09-03

1986-09-09

1986-09-10

1986-09-09

Ms. Brigham sits in a butterfly chair on her deck. Photo taken at her home in Cambridge, Mass.

1986-08-07

1986-09-09

Informal photo portrait of Emerson College student, Darren Cecil '87.

1986-08-06

1986-09-03

1986-09-09

Profile of Ms. Brigham, in conversation. Photo taken at her home in Cambridge.

1986-08-07

1986-09-09

1986-09-09

1986-09-09

1986-09-09

1986-09-03

1986-09-09

1986-09-09

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

A man walks through the arcade and under the interior vaulted ceiling on the first floor of the Little Building. 80 Boylston St., Boston, MA. The building was designed by Clarence Blackall and commissioned by John Mason Little in 1917.

1994-11-03

Press photos of actors, loosely arranged pile. Emerson graduates in the acting profession.

1988-12

Photo portrait. Director of Alumni Relations.

1992-10-08

Photo portrait of Emerson alumnae Gayle Carson (née Cohn). Graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Broadcasting, Theatre and Speech; President of Carson Research Center.

1991-03-16

Public Safety patrol officer, Brandon Arakelian, talks with students.

1992-09-10

"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

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

"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

Gerick Smith, student; Jeremy Milner, student; and Brandon Arakelian, patrolman for Public Safety at Emerson on the Hatch Shell located on the Esplanade, sponsored by Student Life, September 11, 1992.

1992

"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

Photo by Karen Couture.

1993

"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

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

"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

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

"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

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

"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

Exterior view of 534 Beacon Street, a modern limestone and red brick apartment building. In 1972, the college leased, and later purchased 534 Beacon Street for use as the Fensgate Dormitory. Hotel Fensgate was built in 1923-1924. The 72-room apartment house had a restaurant downstairs famous for its steak and lobster menu. Hotel Fensgate also gave an early start to the career of legendary music entrepreneur George Wein. Wein started a music series, La Jazz Doux at the Satire Room, before gaining fame with his Storyville nightclub and record label, and founding the music festivals at Newport (Newport Jazz and Newport Folk). During the late 1930s and 1940s, it also featured a small nightclub, the Satire Room (later renamed Cafe Society). In 1952, the club hosted the first Beaux Arts Ball, the highlight of the gay social season. The hotel manager disapproved of his lobby full of men dressed in chiffon and ladies in tuxedos, so the ball found another venue. The building would be used a dormitory and dining hall for Chandler School of Women (1961-1973), and briefly used for the same purpose by Boston University, before Emerson College moved-in. In 1982, an early incarnation of the ProArts Consortium was housed in the Emerson dormitory at Fensgate. The inter-arts residency program, then called Art House, consisted of a director and 50 students from the BAC, MassArt, the SMFA, and Emerson College. Emerson continued to operate Fensgate Dormitory until the mid-1990s.

1974

Photo of the buildings with people on the sidewalk and a car on the street. In 1964, the College purchased 132-134 Beacon Street for use as a dormitory.

1967

The 1951-52 Debate Council posing for a group photo. Five people are seated and four more stand behind them. Emerson’s Intercollegiate Debate Program was first organized in 1948 and first offered for credit in 1951. From the very beginning, they were recognized as one of the outstanding teams in the New England area, and their reputation continues today as the Emerson Forensics Team.

1951

Exterior view of the brownstone Ames Mansion. Emerson College occupied this property between 1984 and 1995. The Oliver Ames Mansion at 355 Comm. Ave. was designed by architect Carl Fehmer and built in 1882-1883 for Oliver Ames and his wife Anna Coffin Ames. It was the first of the Boston chateaux, large houses inspired by 16th century chateaux of the Loire Valley. Oliver Ames, an investor in railroads, banks and manufacturing companies, would become Governor of Massachusetts in 1886-1887 while living at this address. The building remained in the Ames family until 1926 when it was purchased and converted into a showroom for the National Casket Company. It was later used for office and retail space.

1986

Two men and an award. In 1962, WERS won the UPI Tom Phillips Award for outstanding achievement in broadcasting, becoming the first college operated radio station to achieve this honor. Emerson student-produced segments would win this award for the next four years.

1962

Photo by Karen Couture.

1988

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Nine women, identically dressed, play volleyball in a room with wall sconces in dangerous proximity to the "playing field." 1931 saw the birth of Emerson's recreation club, created to encourage athletic activities such as hiking and roller skating. The club launched Emerson's first intramural sports program with volleyball, rigging a net inside Huntington Hall.

1933

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

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

More than a dozen actors in costume lined up at the edge of stage. A woman in the foreground clasps her hands in front of her chest. One man in a suit jacket is on his knees in the middle of the troupe. The Emerson Majestic (not the Cutler Majestic) celebrated its grand re-opening with a Musical Theater Society production of George M!.

1989

Photo by Karen Couture.

1986

Photo by Karen Couture.

1990

1992-09-10

Formal photographic portrait of a young Japanese woman, Iku Saegusa, presented in an oval mat. Iku Saegusa, from Tokyo, Japan, was the first international student at Emerson College.

1911

Denis Leary with two unidentified women. Leary stands with arms crossed gazing down at papers held by one of the seated women. Comedian Denis Leary '79 is one of the founders of the Emerson Comedy Workshop, which is sponsored by the Writing Department. During the 1970s, co-curriculars developed as important training grounds for Emerson's future comedy greats, including Eddie Brill, Denis Leary, Jay Leno and Steve Wright.

1979

1985-11-22

1985-10-24

Three actors on stage - one male in a crouched position, one female seated and one male standing. All are looking to the side. A guitar hangs in the background.

1985-10-10

1985-10-01

1985-11-14

1985-11

1985-11-14

1985-10-24

Lead character, Spenser, lived in Boston and location shooting for Spenser for Hire was filmed mostly in the city of Boston.

1985-11-07

1985-11-02

1985-10-24

United States.

1985-10-30

1985-10-30

Two actors on a winding boardwalk. One holds something dangling from a string, the other is seated cross-legged.

1985-10-10

1985-10-01

1985 circa

1985-09-11

1985-10-30

1985-11

United States.

1985-10-30

1985-11-07

1985-11-02

1985-11-07

1985-11-02

1985-10-24

Betty Hutton is pictured with Emerson alum, professor & trustee Kenneth Crannell. In 1985, Betty Hutton received an Award of Achievement from the Musical Theater Society of Emerson College for her contributions to musical theater. Other recipients of this award include: Eve Arden, Gregory Hines and Ben Vereen. Hutton (known for Annie Get Your Gun) taught drama at Salve Regina and comedic acting at Emerson College. Location: Fireplace Theatre.

1985-11-06

1985-11-26

1985-11-26

1985-11-26

1985-11-26

1985-11-26

1985-11-26

1985-11-26

Group portrait of the class of 1981. Photo taken at the Soldiers and Sailors monument in Boston Common.

1981

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