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Exterior of corner brick building in "The Flat" of Beacon Hill neighborhood. There a small blue & white Emerson College sign affixed to the corner of the building. Emerson College Performing Arts Division at 67-69 Brimmer St.

1994-08-08

Exterior view of 6 Arlington St. (0 Marlborough Street), shot from Public Garden across Arlington Street. Emerson College owned and used the building as a dormitory 1988-2006.

1992-10-22

Exterior of the building. An Emerson College banner hands above the entrance. This area was known by the Emerson community as "The Wall." 130 Beacon St. was the heart of college activity for many decades. The building was owned by Emerson College from 1933 through 2003.

1990 - 2003

Building exterior. 130 Beacon St. was the heart of college activity for many decades. The building was owned by Emerson College from 1933 through 2003.

1993-10-05

Photographs highlighting life at Emerson College over the years, includes images of students, faculty, staff, alumni, sporting events, lectures, reunions, and campus facilities.

1881 -

Group photo in the home of Debra and Larry Lentz. Banner overhead reads, "Goodbye Emersonians." Attendees are showing a cake with icing reading: "Good Luck. [illegible]."

1990-08-18

Exterior shot of building, sepia-toned image. Architects, Elkus/Manfredi. 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.

1992-06-19

Exterior shot of building with Emerson College banners. Architects, Elkus/Manfredi. 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.

Exterior shot of building. Architects, Elkus/Manfredi. 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.

1992-06-19

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