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Howard Liberman Esq. '68 and Jeff Greenhawt '68, trustee.

1993-04-23

Helen Vogel '43, Patricia Neighbors Silverman '43 and Sy Silverman look over one of their old yearbooks.

1993-04-24

Tom Bauer '68, president of the National Alumni Association, presents Barbara Ruthberg '68 with the 1993 Isaachar Hoopes Elridge Award.

1993-04-25

George Ursul, professor of Humanities and Social Sciences, conducts the tour and it seen here consulting the map with the driver. Leaving from 100 Beacon St., Boston.

1993-04-25

Shot of the dining room with event attendees.

1993-04-24

Ruth DeCatur '33 with E. Chris Beck '68 G'69, Chairman of Board of Trustees.

1993-04-24

Members of class of 1942 at their reunion table. Aura Kern Kruger, Virginia Brown Richards, Helen Vogel Hunt, Elma Ina Lewis, Barbara Bowman Rowell, Shirley Newman Heiftiz, Patricia Neighbors and Adele Glazer Richards.

1993-04-24

Howard Liberman Esq. '68 and Jeff Greenhawt '68, trustee.

1993-04-23

Tom Bauer '68, president of the National Alumni Association, presents Barbara Ruthberg '68 with the 1993 Isaachar Hoopes Elridge Award.

1993-04-25

Linda Coradina '81 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

Members of the class of '73 at the black jack table.

1993-04-24

Elma Lewis '43.

1993-04-25

Elizabeth Humes Thompson '28 and Sema UIlian.

1993-04-24

Lynn Sherkow Weber '68 purchases sweatshirt with her winnings.

1993-04-25

Elizabeth Humes Thompson '28 and Sema UIlian.

1993-04-24

Mary Sweig Wilson G'64 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

Ken Catandella, director of Alumni Relations receives the Leonard Reindeau Award.

1993-04-25

Members of class of 1942 at their reunion table. Aura Kern Kruger, Virginia Brown Richards, Helen Vogel Hunt, Elma Ina Lewis, Barbara Bowman Rowell, Shirley Newman Heiftiz, Patricia Neighbors and Adele Glazer Richards.

1993-04-24

Leo Nickole, professor of performing arts.

1993-04-24

Ed Conture '67 receives an Alumni Achievement Award.

1993-04-25

Exterior view of the brownstone Ames Mansion. On the left, we see people on the sidewalk and a Coca Cola truck on the street. Unidentified woman in lower left corner of photo may be Carol Ann Small, secretary in the Alumni Office. 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.

1986-10

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

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

1988-02

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

Students outside the central station: Kate Hoffman, Tim Claypoole, Kim Dottling, Kathy Buckey and Bill Siderski.

1988-02

Invitation to Cabaret event for Emerson Alumni in New York. The Emerson College Alumni Club of Greater New York. The Cabaret at The Magic Pan, E. 57th Street, New York, NY.

1986-02-01

On the boat, Napal plants a kiss on Liftman's cheek.

1986-05-10

Professor Rancer at desk in office, points at camera person.

1986-07

Professor Rancer sits a desk in office, an envelope in his hand, a file cabinet behind him, smiles at the camera.

1986-07

Close-up photo of Professor Rancer.

1986-07

Andrew Weeks at the microphone.

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Anne Baker '64, casting director based out of Newton, Mass. Location: studio on Newbury St., Boston.

1988-11-07

Anne Baker '64, casting director based out of Newton, Massachusetts. Location: studio on Newbury St., Boston.

1988-11-07

Photo portrait. Anna Boudinot, Assistant Director of Admissions.

1987-10-16

1985-09-11

1986-02-23 - 1986-03-05

1986-02-23 - 1986-03-05

1986-02-23 - 1986-03-05

Student volunteer, Anson Tebbetts '87, on the phone. Location: Student Union, 96 Beacon St., Boston. Phonathons were held February 23-26 and March 2-5, 1986.

1986-02-23

Student volunteer, Anson Tebbetts '97, on the phone. Location: Student Union, 96 Beacon St., Boston. Phonathons were held February 23-26 and March 2-5, 1986.

1986-02-23

180 Tremont Street, an art deco style high-rise building, rising behind pink and white flowering trees on the edge of Boston Common. 180 Tremont was purchased by Emerson College in 1992 during John Zacharis presidency, laying the groundwork for Emerson's move from Boston's Back Bay to the Theatre District. Six years later, it was renamed the Ansin Building in honor of Sydney and Sophie Ansin, the parents of Edmund Ansin, who donated $1 million to the college. The Ansin building is home to Emerson's Visual & Media Arts (VMA) labs and facilities, offices for VMA and Writing, Literature & Publishing (WLP) departments, and WERS, WECB, and ETIN. It also contains the Tufte and 3D computer labs, Digital Production labs, and the Media Services center.

1992 - 2001

Architect's rendering of 180 Tremont Street by Elkus/Manfredi, showing the potential usage of the building for students, staff, faculty, and administrators. The illustration includes the basement level, surrounding buildings and the Boylston MBTA station. In the early 1990s, Emerson President John Zacharis began the transition that would relocate Emerson College from the Back Bay to the Theater District. The Board of Trustees approved the purchase of 180 Tremont Street to house classrooms and administrative offices. Now known as the Ansin building, 180 Tremont would become the flagship building of the Campus on the Common.

1992

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

1958

Primo ('62) receives a wristwatch. Four other men are in the photo.

1958

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

1958

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

1958

1985 - 1989

Photo of a Panasonic television with Ms. Sorkin on the screen.

1986-09-24

Photo of a Panasonic television with Ms. Sorkin on the screen.

1986-09-24

Press photo of actress / voice actor Arleen Sorkin.

Looking down Arlington Street towards Ritz Carlton (now the Taj Hotel). Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1985

Headshot of Art Buchwald. Honorary degree recipient.

1978

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

1978

Drawing of Art Buchwald. Buchwald received an honorary degree from Emerson College.

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

Arthur Edes behind the podium looking at his watch; Three students stand at the microphone; Remaining students are seated. Arthur Edes was founder of the broadcasting department at Emerson College.

1934-05-01 - 1934-08-31

1986-05-09

1986-05-09

Edes (center) holds his award, a wooden plaque.

1986-05-10

Photo of a television monitor, labelled "Mon #17" showing a close-up of Arthur Edes. WEEI Radio program director Arthur F. Edes taught broadcasting courses at Emerson and was one of the founders of WERS. This image is from an interview with Emerson College archivist Robert Fleming.

1986-09-30

Panel of speakers under a ProArts consortium banner. Peter Meade moderates panel on the policy and practice of censorship. Panelists include: Frederick Schauer, E. Barry Gaither, Thomas Finneran, Peggy Charren and Michael Blowen '68, G'69. Location: First and Second Church, Boston.

1993-10-20

Logo for Arts Emerson, all caps, yellow and white text with a purple graphic elements on a black background. Founded in 2010 by Rob Orchard, ArtsEmerson's programs include culturally enriching theatre, film and music.

2010

Sports trophies and photos lined up on a shelf. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

A file of Emerson athletics uniforms. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

1986-04-07

1986-04

1986-04-07

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

1959

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

1959

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

1959

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

1959

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

1959

Corner of Boston Common public park with John Hancock and Prudential towers in the background. Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1985

Balm in Gilead lead actors seated in a diner: Jeanne Tinker as Darlene and Angus Mandy as Joe. The play, directed by Maureen Shea, ran Feb. 21-25, 1989 at the Mainstage Theatre, 69 Brimmer St. Boston.

1989-02-20

Balm in Gilead lead actors seated in a diner: Jeanne Tinker as Darlene and Angus Mandy as Joe. Directed by Maureen Shea. The play ran Feb. 21-25, 1989. Mainstage Theatre, 69 Brimmer Street, Boston.

1989-02-20

Photo portrait. Professor of journalism at Emerson College, activist, writer, teacher.

1989-09-05

1986-03-24

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

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

Baseball game in-play. Umpire and catcher are pictured.

1958

Baseball game in-play. A player at base awaits the ball while runner slides into the base. Opposing team player's jersey reads, "New Prep." Radio tower and vintage cars in background.

1958

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

1958

Batter, catcher and empire during a baseball game. The batter's jersey reads "Emerson." Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Team portrait. Emerson Lions team in 1992-1993: Carlos Broussard, Martin Talty, Gary Roch, Jon Labovich, Steve Chuany, Derek Weitz, Tony Wyzzard, Casey Opp, Mike Soltau, John Karalis, Jason Sheer, Gregg Dinino; Head coach: Paul J. Cellucci,; Assistant coaches: Sean Derrah and Robert Lee Morris. Location: Mass College of Art gymnasium.

1992-11-17

Men's basketball game in-play. All players look up at the hoop. Opposing team's shirts read: M.C.O.

1959

Men's basketball game in-play. Opposing team shirts read, M.C.O.

1959

Men's basketball game in-play. Two players leap and reach for the ball. Opposing team's shirts read: NECP.

1959

Men's basketball game in-play. Opposing team's shirts read: C.S.B.

1959

Basketball game in-play.

1958

Women's basketball game in-play.

1959

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Basketball game, indoor court. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1985

Single player in white uniform with collar takes the shot.

1958

Two players look over the shoulder of man in middle writing on a clipboard. Pictured: Michael Woodnick '62 (right).

1958

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