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Headshot. Actor.

Headshot of Melissa Zollo. Practitioner of the healing arts, inspirational speaker.

Philco Predicta television / TV set circa late 1950s. Photo credit: Bob Murray. Source reads: "taken from a book.".

1989

Madeline Heller Tartell at her pharmacy in New York.

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

Photo portrait of William Spink in a paisley-patterned suite jacket.

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

Senior portrait from 1960 Emersonian yearbook. Alumni Achievement Award 2000.

1960

Print of Paul Aaron in cowboy hat and sunglasses with a horse standing behind him. Aaron was creator and host of the western radio show, "Cowboy Joe's Radio Ranch,'' on WKCR-FM 89.9 from Columbia University, New York.

1986

Press photo of actress / voice actor Arleen Sorkin.

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

Emerson professor Robert Hilliard and Carmen Fields, WGBH news anchor on the panel at the Minority Job Fair. Sponsored by American Association of Newspaper Editors and Lawrence Eagle-Tribune. Location: Westin Hotel, Boston.

1987-12

Photo portrait of John Wentworth. Head of public relations for CBS Television Distribution. Wentworth joined Paramount Television — predecessor to CBS Television Studios — in 1983. Received Emerson's Alumni Achievement Award in 1984.

Photo portrait of Dave Supple. Host of Dave Supple Show on WHDH Radio 85, Boston.

1985

Photo portrait of Craig Worthing in the studio. Talk radio host. Worked at WKAT, WFTL and WNIZ in Florida.

1971

Photo portrait of Walter Sperr. Studied Mass Communication and Journalism at Emerson College; Executive Vice-President of Richard Weiner, Inc. Public Relations; Managing Director of Trent & Company, Inc.

Headshot / postcard of actress Shannon Sullivan. Sullivan appeared in popular television series of the 1980s: Cheers, One Day at a Time, and L.A. Law.

1984

Andrew Weeks at the microphone.

Portrait photo of Pat McGovern. Patricia McGovern served as U.S. Senator from Massachusetts for 12 years, from 1981 to 1993.

1980 - 1989

Photo portrait of politician Chester G. Atkins. U.S. Congressman Atkins served Massachusetts 5th district in the U.S. House of Representatives 1985-1993.

1980 - 1989

Photo portrait. Rance Crain was appointed to the Emerson College Board of Trustees on May 31, 1985. B.A., New York; President, Crain Communications, Inc., New York, NY.

1980 - 1989

Photo portrait. George Gray, B.S., (1988); Westport, Massachusetts; Former President and General Manager, WBSM, Southeastern Massachusetts Broadcasting Corporation, New Bedford, MA.

1985-06-01

Photo portrait. Shane O'Neil, B.A., New York, NY.

1980 - 1989

Roger Dane sculpts iridescent obsidian. Dane was a major player behind Emerson's College's planned move to Lawrence, Mass.

1987

Mr. George Gray on phone at desk. Wall calendar shows year 1983. George Gray, B.S., (1988); Westport, Massachusetts; Former President and General Manager, WBSM, Southeastern Massachusetts Broadcasting Corporation, New Bedford, MA.

1983

Photo portrait. Paul G. Russell, A.B., LL.B., New York City; Partner, Morgan, Lewis and Bockius.

1985-06-01

Photo portrait. Rev. Canon W. David Crockett, received his B.I.L. from Emerson in 1941; Appointed to Board of Trustees in 1961; awarded an honorary Doctor of Law from Emerson in 1965.

1960 - 1989

Board of Trustees. Theodore Jones, B.S., M.T.S.; Weston, Massachusetts; Founder and Vice Chairman, WCRB Enterprises, and Minister in Association, First Parish Church, Waltham, MA.

1988-02-02

Group photo of trustees. Pictured Left to Right: Top row: unknown, W. David Crockett, Roger Dane, unknown, Chester Posey, H. Liberman 2nd row: unknown, Helaine Miller, unknown, Julian Smith, unknown, George Gray, Paul Russell 3rd row: unknown, Maurice Saval, Irma Mann, Helen Rose, Harry Morgan, Dorothy Rowe 4th row: unknown, [Theodore Jones?], unknown.

1985

Photo portrait. Chester L. Posey. Greenwich, Connecticut; Chairman, Posey and Parry, Inc.

1985-06-01

Photo portrait. Rev. Canon W. David Crockett, received his B.I.L. from Emerson in 1941; Appointed to Board of Trustees in 1961; awarded an honorary Doctor of Law from Emerson in 1965.

1985-06-01

Photo portrait. Howard M. Liberman. B.S. in Speech, J.D., Washington, DC; Founding partner. Liberman, Sanchez & Bentley.

1985-06-01

Photo portrait. Howard M. Liberman. B.S. in Speech, J.D., Washington, DC; Founding partner. Liberman, Sanchez & Bentley.

1970 - 1989

Photo portrait. Julian J. Smith, S.B., Cambridge, Massachusetts; Former Chairman, Lighting Group of the Keene Corporation of New York. Financial Consultant, Foreign Business Council, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

1985-06-01

Photo portrait. Dorothy E. Rowe, LL.D., (Treasurer); Boston, Massachusetts; retired Treasurer and Senior Vice President, American Research and Development Corporation; Director, Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, MA.

1985-06-01

Group photo of trustees. Pictured Left to Right: Top row: unknown, W. David Crockett, Roger Dane, unknown, Chester Posey, H. Liberman 2nd row: unknown, Helaine Miller, unknown, Julian Smith, unknown, George Gray, Paul Russell 3rd row: unknown, Maurice Saval, Irma Mann, Helen Rose, Harry Morgan, Dorothy Rowe 4th row: unknown, [Theodore Jones?], unknown.

1985-06-01

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

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 of Art Buchwald. Honorary degree recipient.

1978

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

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.

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

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

1978

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

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

Headshot of Maureen Shea. Professor in performing arts; Head of theatre studies.

1988-05-01 - 1988-08-31

Academic procession on the sidewalk enters the portico of a large stone arched building under round arches. Location: First Baptist Church of Boston, 110 Commonwealth Avenue.

1967-11-03

Coach Jim Peckham, seated on the floor against a wall, in athletic attire. Wrestling coach and Director of Athletics at Emerson for 27 years.

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

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

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

John Barbetta, Executive director of Emerson College's European Center at Castle Well / Kasteel Well in Holland. Continuing education.

1990-05-01 - 1990-08-31

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

An emaciated man (Scott Cleaver) in bed with newspapers. "Scott in the hospital just before he died." Still image from Too Little Too Late, a film by Micki Dickoff. Documentary film about families of people suffering from the AIDS epidemic.

1987

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.

Pastor S. Wijsman, priest from the local parish church is at the podium during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

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

Mrs. Mia Ummenthumm, the conducts the local children's choir during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988. Seated guests pictured include Marillyn Zacharis.

1988-09-28

Platform party. Source material identifies pictured participants. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Dr. Allen Koenig, president of Emerson College, and Mr. W. Klaverdijk, mayor of Bergen during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Platform party with guild members during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Mr. H. Sturme conducts the local harmonie (brassband) during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Emerson president Allen Koenig receives the keys to Castle Well from Chairman Ir. Schiffelers of the Limburgse Kastelen Stichting during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

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

Actress Jean Stapleton with Brooks Russell, director of special events. Special event: Filming of the Majestic Video at the Emerson Majestic Theatre, Boston.

1988-08-06

R.A. Schlessinger, cultural affairs officer at the American Embassy (The Hague) during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

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

1988-02

Dr. Henry Stonie gives the benediction during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Exterior view of the Castle.

1980 - 1999

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

Conference planners outside the entrance to Kasteel Well. (Left to right): John Barbetta, Paul Vesin, Edith Grotenberg, John Livingstone, Chris Weir. John Barbetta (Director, European Center); Paul Vesin (Media Director, ICC Paris); Edith Grotenberg (Associate, Institute for Mental Health Initiatives); John Livingston (US ICC Representative); Chris Weir (Division of Continuing Education).

1988-07-08

Actress Jean Stapleton with Jacqueline Liebergott (back to camera) and Marillyn Zacharis. Special event: Filming of the Majestic Video at the Emerson Majestic Theatre, Boston.

1988-08-06

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

Václav Havel with David Applefield, seated at a table, holding a t-shirt that reads Emerson College European Center. Location: Prague. Applefield is editor-publisher of FRANK magazine from Paris. Havel was invited to be artist-in-residence during the summer 1991 Summer Ploughshares International Writing Seminar.

1990-07

Gregory Payne, chair of the Communication Studies division, meets Jackie Onassis during the reception following the dedication ceremony. Emerson College was the only school to attend. Members of faculty and students from Political Comm. program attended.

1990-05-29

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

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, 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

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

Larry Agran, Jacqueline Liebergott. 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

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

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

1988-01-20

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