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Three men standing in conversation, holding papers, a portrait hangs on the wall behind them.

1959

Four people stand just outside a building's entrance. A tall, older man stands just inside the doorway.

1958

Pictured Emersonians may include: Leonidas Nickole ’49, Judith Espinola ‘61, Dorothy Geotis '59, and Judith Simmons '59. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall.

1959-05

Many gathered around a table covered with stacks of paper and boxes. There are course numbers on a board in the back of the room.

1961

Actors on stage.

1958

Ms. Hunt at the broadcast audio console at WERS, holding a clipboard. Percy Faith's LP, My Fair Lady sits on the desk.

1959

Two young women in white dresses stand on the steps at 130 Beacon Street, Boston.

1958

Several people on stage wearing academic regalia. Emerson president Dr. S. Justus McKinley stands at the center.

1958

Eight cheerleaders posing for photo in a brick and cobblestone area. Wearing skirts and sweaters with a stitched "E" and a megaphone. The photo may have been taken outside the Emerson College Theater at the carriage house beyond 128-130 Beacon Street in Back Bay.

1958

Woman behind counter smiles at young women holding a cook over the counter in what appears to be a shop.

1959

Actors on stage.

1958

Actors on stage with pit orchestra in foreground. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Ten young women standing for a photo outside in front of a brick wall and ivy-covered wall.

1958

Batter, catcher, umpire and spectators. Harvard stadium is in background.

1958

Image of four women, one is seated with an open binder in her lap. There's an upright piano and reading chair in the frame. Emerson alum Lilla Elizabeth Kelley (not pictured) attended this event. She was social worker and author of Three Hundred Things a Bright Girl Can Do.

1959

Three men in bow ties stand near a round banquet table where three women are seated. Pictured: Charles Phillips (Broadcasting), Coleman Bender (Speech), John Zorn (Education).

1962

Four sharply dressed students perform before a black curtain. Each stands or sits at one of four podiums.

1958

Actors on stage.

1959

Mr. Reynolds sits a desk, pen in hand, smiling for the photograph. There is fireplace behind him.

1959

Actors on stage.

1958

Performers stage scenes from the Irwin Shaw's 1936-anti war fantasy, Bury the Dead.

1958

Young people filling out forms at the foot of a staircase with an ornate banister.

1959

Primo ('62), receives a wristwatch from two older men.

1958

Actors on stage.

1957

A panel of three men sits at a long table on stage, while another man stands at a podium. On the front of the table is painted the letters, "EC." Name plates include, "Mr. Courtney" and "Mr. Foreman."

1958

Catherine Perry converses with another woman at the day's event.

1958

Smiling older man (standing on stage) hands something to a young woman (standing next to a young man off stage).

1958

Emerson President S. Justus McKinley stands with two women, all dressed in graduation cap and gown regalia. Behind them are church pews and a cross.

1958

A desk full of radio broadcasting equipment, including a turntable.

1958

Front row L-R: Richard Hamilton, Dr. S. Justus McKinley, John LeBlanc; Back row L-R: George Whidley, James Noel, [unidentified], Paul Austin and Harry Morgan.

1957

Dr. Pierce sits a desk, looking at papers. Pierce was chairman of History and Religion, and Dean of Emerson College.

1959

Baseball game in-play. Umpire's back is to the camera. Harvard stadium is in background.

1958

Baseball game in-play. A player in the field wears the Emerson baseball jersey.

1958

Women shake hands over a table. Young woman passes an Emerson College binder to the older woman while others applaud.

1959

Baseball game in-play. Three players on the field. Batter holds up one arm. Non-Emerson player reads ". Prep." A radio tower stands in background.

1958

Actors on stage. A production by students of the Emerson Night School. See How They Run, directed by John Chase, is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. Performance dates: Feb. 12 & 13, 1959.

1959-02

Baseball game in-play. Baseman waits for ball while runner approaches the base.

1958

Actor on stage.

1958

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Two young men in suits stand at a podium, one is pointing. A black stage curtain hangs behind them.

1958

Three men standing in conversation, holding papers, a portrait hangs on the wall behind them.

1959

Clinicians with a young girl wearing an audio headset connected to a record player. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Four men, standing, in conversation. Bowl on table in foreground.

1959

Eight women seated at a banquet table, wearing period hats. A "Reserved" card sits on the table.

1960

Two "United Press" teletype machines deliver newswire to WERS. On the wall, a sign reads "The World Today." Above the sign, four clocks displaying the time in Boston, London, Moscow and Tokyo.

1958

Emerson President Samuel Justus McKinley and others seated at a long table. One man is standing.

1959

Several people on stage wearing academic regalia. In the center, Emerson president Dr. S. Justus McKinley shakes hands with Theatre Arts professor Jack Stein.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

Man sits at a desk with a turntable in front and another behind him. He holds something with a cord to one ear. The vinyl record, Jazz for Dancers, sits on the desk.

1958

Three students in radio station control room. Young man tinkers with reel to reel tape machine while young woman reads liner notes on a vinyl record. Signage on the RCA-branded equipment reads: FM 88.9 MCS. WERS EMERSON COLLEGE.

1958

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Haig, seated at a small table with several plastic-wrapped sandwiches.

1961

Single player in dark colored uniform emblazoned w/ "Emerson 15," holding ball, eyes the basket.

1958

Mr. Houchin, smiling.

1959

Two men stand over a control panel.

1959

Haig and another man adjusting a body-weight scale.

1961

Women shake hands over a table. Young woman passes an Emerson College binder to the older woman.

1959

Nine actresses on stage in performance. Some with bows or bonnets in their hair. The orchestra pit is empty. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Pictured actors may include Susan Lightbrown '61, Dorothy Geotis ‘59 and Gretchen Van Aken ‘62.

1959

Mans stands speaking at a podium before a banquet crowd.

1958

Group photo of 16 women in front of a high white wall with table in foreground.

1960

Four women seated in arm chairs and loveseat around a coffee table.

1960

Ms. Hunt sits at a desk with clipboard in hand, in front of a microphone with acoustic tiling on the wall behind her.

1959

Actors on stage. Lute Song is a 1946 American musical with a book by Sidney Howard and Will Irwin, music by Raymond Scott, and lyrics by Bernard Hanighen.

1957

Primo ('62) receives a scholarship. Emerson College President McKinley and another man hold a check. Four other men are in the photo.

1958

Haig, seated, talks with a woman at a desk. Christmas decorations line the mantle behind him.

1961

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Birds-eye image shows several couples dancing on the dance floor.

1957

Young man sits in front of a typewriter with an LP record in his hand.

1958

A social gathering. One woman stands in a room with eight older women seated in what appears to the living room of a home. They all wear name tags. Emerson alum Lilla Elizabeth Kelley attended this event. She was social worker and author of Three Hundred Things a Bright Girl Can Do.

1959

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Mr. Houchin, with serious expression.

1959

Group photo of four woman and five men in formal attire, some standing and some seated at a banquet table.

1960

Haig, wearing an apron, stirs a pot over the stove.

1961

Haig stands outside a door marked Weights and Measures Department.

1961

Haig, with a young woman, blows out candle on cupcake.

1961

Three older women seated at a table. All wear period hats with netting.

1960

Single player in dark colored uniform emblazoned "Emerson 13" leaps to take the shot.

1958

Actors on stage dressed in robes and sandals.

1960

Student choir dressed in coats and scarves, shot from above.

1958

1951

Two students performing before a black curtain. Male in tuxedo leans on podium, while female clutches her white shawl.

1958

Actors on stage.

1958

1958 prom queen, Judith Simmons '59 (seated) with attendants Beverly Ghostlaw '59 and Marjorie Graham Larson '59, and 1957 prom queen Meredith O'Gorman '58. The 1958 junior prom was held in the ballroom at the Bradford Hotel at 275 Tremont St. in Boston's theatre district.

1958

Primo ('62) receives a scholarship. Emerson College President McKinley and another man hold a check.

1958

Harry Morgan. Unveiling. On the set of Love Rides the Rails, An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

Two seated men on stage playing acoustic guitars and singing.

1958

Three older women seated at a table. All wear period hats with netting.

1960

Actors on stage. Play written by Anatole France in 1908.

1959

Mr. Peters, dressed in suit and tie, photographed on the Charles River Esplanade.

1959

Charles Klim sitting at a desk. Dr. Charles Klim was an Emerson graduate, who returned to the college as a professor of speech pathology and remained for 33 years. He also chaired the Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders from 1964 to 1989 and was honored at Alumni Weekend 1992.

Three men standing in front of a display of flags, holding briefcases and/or equipment cases. Emerson Broadcasting faculty, Charles Phillips on right.

1959

Actors on stage. An old-fashioned melodrama, presented by Phi Mu Gamma & Phi Alpha Tau. Directed by Nancy Newman.

1957

A young man, smiling, shakes hands with an older woman at a function.

1958

Clinician holds a flash card of the letter "P" for a young girl (seated). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Ms. Hunt walks down stairs with book in her arm.

1959

Actors in performance. Written by George Farquhar. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay, Emerson College Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

A standing crowd with their attention on a man at a podium waring cap and gown. A large image of the cosmos on the wall.

1958

Actors perform off the stage among three seated spectators. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Two actors on stage. The woman wears a hoopskirt. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Susan Lightbrown '61 (later Susan Lightbrown Sack) played the lead role of Evelina. Prior to attending Emerson College, Ms. Lightbrown was Miss Connecticut in the 1957 Miss America Pageant. The Fairfileld, CT Museum and History Center has a collection of her papers and photographs.

1959

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