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Basketball team poses for a photo. Pictured L-R: Everett Rich '64 (L); Michael Woodnick '62 (3rd from L); R. Becker (R).

1958

Single player in white uniform with sweatpants takes the shot.

1958

Two players holding the ball, pose for photo. Pictured: Michael Woodnick '62 (right).

1958

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

1958

Group portrait of nine male basketball players in uniform.

1959

Single player leaps, with a ball over his head.

1958

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

1958

Single player in white uniform with collared shirt runs down the court while dribbling the ball.

1958

Single player in dark colored uniform emblazoned "Emerson 14" with arms spread, stands ready.

1958

Single player in white uniform with collared shirt, basketball in hand, eyes the basket.

1958

Students put on their beanies. Beanie Day, inaugurated on September 26, 1951 (buy may originate as far back as the 1940s), meant freshmen were given “beanie” caps to wear as part of hazing week. The sophomore class was responsible for initiating freshmen into life at Emerson. The practice continued through the 1960s.

1957

Kim Meadows and Rachel Layne at work on the student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Rachel Layne, managing editor and Kim Meadows, editor-in-chief.

1989-04-12

Kim Meadows and Rachel Layne at work on the student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Rachel Layne, managing editor and Kim Meadows, editor-in-chief.

1989-04-12

Kim Meadows and Rachel Layne at work on the student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Rachel Layne, managing editor and Kim Meadows, editor-in-chief.

1989-04-12

The very first issue of Emerson College's student newspaper, the Berkeley Beacon. Cover image of volume 1, number 1, dated February 1, 1947 with the headline, “Emerson History Made.” Cover stories are titled: No Strain Here; Star Visits College Advocates Knowledge [referring to Janis Paige]; and President Green Sends Letter to the Editor of the Berkeley Beacon..

1947

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

1960

Betty Hutton is pictured with Emerson alum, professor & trustee Kenneth Crannell. In 1985, Betty Hutton received an Award of Achievement from the Musical Theater Society of Emerson College for her contributions to musical theater. Other recipients of this award include: Eve Arden, Gregory Hines and Ben Vereen. Hutton (known for Annie Get Your Gun) taught drama at Salve Regina and comedic acting at Emerson College. Location: Fireplace Theatre.

1985-11-06

Bill Callahan on the street, highlights the Wang Center marquee which reads, Emerson College Commencement.

1986-05-11

1986-05-11

1985-09-19

Billboard advertising Marlboro cigarettes featuring the Marlboro Man cowboy on a horse. The billboard sits atop an old building with boarded up windows.

1986-05-01

1986-05-01

On the lawn at the Boston Esplanade, four students in full costume talk with two women on beach towels. Pictured cast may include: Louis Lopez-Cepero '61, Judith Simmons '59, Donald Morgan '59. 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

Several students relaxing on the lawn at Boston's Esplanade near the Hatch Shell. One young man wears a poster for Bloomer Girl handing around his neck. The Longfellow Bridge and a statue of Gov. Tobin are in the background. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall.

1959

Director with actors during rehearsal. Directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. Department of Theatre Arts. Production dates: May 15 and 16, 1959, at New England Mutual Hall. Pictured participants may include: Dorothy Geotis '59 and Leonidas Nickole.

1959

Several actors on stage. The lead actress stands up front. All women are wearing hoop skirts and holding parasols. 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. 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

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

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

Four actors perform on stage. 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, John Washington ’61, George Peters ’59, Dorothy Geotis ‘59.

1959

Several actors on stage in formal attire. 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: Linda Keery ’59, James Laferla '60, Judith Simmons ‘59, Edward Darna ’59.

1959

Director Nickole and students rehearse the play, standing in a bare room. 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, Linda Keery ’59, Judith Simmons ‘59, Louis Lopez-Cepero ’61.

1959

Five actors rehearse on stage, dressed in western costume. Mustachioed man is speaking with hand raised. 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. 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

A gathering of actors, seated and wearing formal attire, watch an actress dancing on a small stage within the stage. 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

Five actors on stage. Man in light colored long jacket and top hat is pointing. The lead actress wears a large hoop skirt and bonnet. 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

Several actors on stage in formal attire. At center stage, a man appears to have fainted. The director offers direction. 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

Two actresses, seated, rehearse in a bare room. 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

Two female actors in a bare room, one is seated. 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

Five men singing on stage, most of them wearing only underwear. Musicians of the orchestra are partially visible in the pit. 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

Actors in performance. 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

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

Three actors on stage. Man stands between two women seated. Curtained windows are painted on the wall. 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

Photo of a man wearing a name tag sticker.

1959

Group photo at a large round table. Emerson president S. Justus McKinley and Dean of Emerson College Dr. Richard Pierce are among the group.

1959

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

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

1986-01

1986-01

Party shot. Location: Ames building.

1988-10-14

First row left to right: Hank Zappala '79, Beverly Conte '74, Lorin Flynn '84, Ana Machado '86, second row: John Collins G'77, Martha Hansen '77, Bill Callahan '86 G'87 and Paul Ricci '66. Boston Alumni Club.

1988-10-14

Tim Ticehurst '89 and Larry Mono '89 serving as Oktoberfest waiters at the membership party. Strolling accordionist is unidentified. Location: Ames building.

1988-10-14

Tim Ericson '89, John Collins G'77, Tim Ticehurst '89 and Larry Mono '89. Location: Ames building.

1988-10-14

Statue of George Washington on a horse. The Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America, established in 1837. The statue was created in the 1860s by Boston sculptor Thomas Ball.

1990-10-20

People at a welcome table possibly filling out "my name is." lapel stickers. Boston Yield Night held at First and Second Church.

1986-04-15

A formal photographic portrait of Boylston Green in an armchair, with the caption “President Green.” He wears a pinstriped suite, his hair is neatly combed and sits with fingers laced. Unlike his predecessors Emerson, Rolfe, Southwick and Ross, Boylston Green had no prior association with the College. Green received his AB and AM degrees from the University of South Carolina and his PhD in English from Yale University. He came to Emerson College from Middlebury College in Vermont and was the first president to have a doctoral degree. President Green established a Student Activities Committee, which aided in the creation of the student newspaper, The Berkeley Beacon, and WECB, the first college radio station. Shortly after the creation of WECB, a new radio station, WERS, received the first educational broadcasting license on the East Coast in 1949. After three years as president, Boylston Green left Emerson to become vice chancellor of the University of the South.

1946

Officer Arakelian in police uniform.

1992-09-10

Public Safety patrol officer, Brandon Arakelian, talks with students.

1992-09-10

Gerick Smith, student; Jeremy Milner, student; and Brandon Arakelian, patrolman for Public Safety at Emerson on the Hatch Shell located on the Esplanade, sponsored by Student Life, September 11, 1992.

1992

1992-09-10

1986-09-09

Equipment and repair tools, coffee cup, ash tray with cigarette butts.

1958

Sixteen men stand together for a photo before a display board titled, "Our Activities," while other people are seated around banquet table.

1958

Man speaks into a mic at a podium on a long banquet table.

1958

One man hands something flat (an award?) to another man at a banquet.

1958

Mans stands speaking at a podium before a banquet crowd.

1958

Two men shake hands before the crowd at a banquet.

1958

Man hands a square paper to another man across long rectangular banquet table.

1958

Large number of people seating, dining at banquet tables in a large room. Electric chandeliers hang from ceiling. In foreground, seated man speaks to a server in white jacket and black bowtie.

1958

Large number of people seating, dining at banquet tables in a large room. Electric chandeliers hang from ceiling.

1958

11 men in suits sit around a dark wood table, looking at the camera.

1958

Man in a suit wearing eyeglasses speaks from a tabletop podium.

1958

People sitting in folding chairs, some looking at a television in the middle of the room.

1958

Several formally dressed people in a windowed room. Emerson president S. Justus McKinley is among them. The focus of attention appears to be on the younger man in the center, who may be A. March. Source identifies a person in this photo as "A. March."

1958

Ms. Hunt, wearing headphones, operates a photograph turntable in the WERS radio studio.

1959

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

1959

Ms. Hunt receives checks the latest newswire from the teletype machine at WERS radio.

1959

Ms. Hunt, looking through index cards in file cabinet.

1959

Ms. Hunt at a typewriter.

1959

Miss Hunt, wearing headset, operates a Dage television camera. WERS closed-circuit television (CCTV) made it's first broadcast in 1955.

1959

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

1959

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

1959

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

1959

Ms. Hunt, standing, reads copy into WERS microphone.

1959

Ms. Hunt selects a Flamenco record from a wall of vinyl LPs.

1959

Ms. Hunt sits at a desk with clipboard in hand, speaking into a microphone.

1959

Director of special events; acting theatre manager for Emerson's Majestic Theatre.

1988-08

Book jacket photo. By Andrew Rancer, Associate Professor of Communication Studies. Co-authored with Dominic Infante and Deanna Womack.

1986-09-03

1986-09-03

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

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

1958

J. Edwin Hollingworth, Assistant Professor in Communication Studies, speaks on "Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur". Location: 21 Commonwealth Ave. Sponsored by Central Mass. Dietetic Association and Emerson College Division of Continuing Ed. and Comm. Studies.

1988-03-30

Robert Brown, Assistant Professor in Communication Studies, talks to the conference members on public relations for a dietician. Location: 21 Commonwealth Ave. Sponsored by Central Mass. Dietetic Association and Emerson College Division of Continuing Ed. and Comm. Studies.

1988-03-30

Chris Weir, Director of program corp. in Continuing Education Division. Location: 21 Commonwealth Ave. Sponsored by Central Mass. Dietetic Association and Emerson College Division of Continuing Ed. and Comm. Studies.

1988-03-30

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