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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

Cover from course catalog. The cover contains a poetic quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson, "What boots it they virtue.," and the following text: "Boston: Issued at 13 Pemberton Square. 1882." The image demonstrates a variety of typefaces and ornamental border/frame used in 19th century typography. In 1881, the school became known as the Monroe Conservatory of Oratory.


Cover of course catalog from 1934. An imprint of the college seal/logo appears in gold on a textured paper surface. The seal contains an image of a lion raising an axe and includes a banner with the Latin text, "Deus Protector Noster." Beneath the logo, simple text in art deco-era typeface reads, "Emerson College. Boston, Mass. 1934." In 1934, the name of the institution was shortened from Emerson College of Oratory to Emerson College.


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