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Promotional flier for a publishing event. Participants include: Jenefer Shute, Muriel Kagan Zager, Lew McCreary, Fiona McCrae, DeWitt Henry and Nina Ryan. Presented by Emerson College Division of Writing, Literature and Publishing.

1992-12-10

Photograph of book jacket for "Acrobats of the Soul," written by Ron Jenkins, associate professor in performing arts.

1989-02-10

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

Senior / yearbook portrait of Gayle Carson (née Cohn) '59. Graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Broadcasting, Theatre and Speech; President of Carson Research Center.

1959

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

1988-11-17

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

1988

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

Photo portrait of Jack Gantos. Assistant professor of writing, literature, and publishing; Author of children's books.

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

David Frost at the podium with others seated at the front table. Location: Boston's Sheraton Plaza. Frost received an honorary degree from Emerson in 1970.

1971-10-26

Headshot / press photo of David Frost, leaning his chin on his hand. Frost received an honorary degree from Emerson in 1970.

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.

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

1978-04-29

Headshot / press photo of David Frost, gesturing. Frost received an honorary degree from Emerson in 1970.

Portrait / press photo of Maya Angelou. Lordly & Dame, Inc.

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

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

Cover image of Gray's book shows the author sitting at a table in a white shirt.

1986-06

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

David Wong Louie gives a reading from his book during the John C. Zacharis First Book Award presentation at the First and Second Church, Boston on December 4, 1991. Sponsored by Emerson College, Ploughshares, and the Writing Department. Photo by Karen Couture. David Wong Louie became the first recipient of the Zacharis Book Award for his collection of short stories, Pangs of Love. The annual award was created by Ploughshares literary magazine to honor an outstanding debut book of short fiction or poetry.

1991-12-04

From the John C. Zacharis First Book Award ceremony on Dec. 4, 1991, Emerson College president John Zacharis stands for a photo with members of the award committee. The annual John C. Zacharis First Book Award honors an outstanding debut book of short fiction or poetry. The author David Wong Louise (not pictured) was first to receive the award for his collections of short stories, Pangs of Love.

1991

Pictured L-R: Emerson president John Zacharis, Ploughshares editor-in-chief Ladette Randolph, and Ploughshares co-founder DeWitt Henry. Ploughshares literary magazine created the John C. Zacharis Book Award to honor an outstanding debut book of short fiction or poetry. The first Zacharis award went to David Wong Louie (not pictured) in 1991 for his collection of short stories, Pangs of Love.

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