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Front page news stories in the college paper entitled "EBONI Spurs Teach-in" and "White Students Take Action in Support of EBONI."

1969-05-08

Copy of an article written by Kay Bourne on the EBONI Demands. Published in the Bay State Banner, Boston, Mass.

1969-05-08

Front page news stories in the college paper entitled "EBONI Spurs Teach-in" and "White Students Take Action in Support of EBONI."

1969-05-08

This issue includes the building directory, article about the typist speed test competition, highlights of individuals or businesses in the building, outings and updates about the Little Building Girls' Athletic Association, and cartoons.

1922-06

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, updates on businesses and services, updates on building occupants, cartoons, and an article about refugee Haratune Tashjian, a survivor of the Armenian Massacre, and his families struggle to flee Turkey.

1922-08

This issue includes the building directory, an article to promote a Send-a-Customer campaign to promote other businesses and services in the building, outings and updates about the Little Building Girls' Athletic Association, an article about the building's mail and mail carriers, and cartoons.

1922-07

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, plans for a community show, and an article about Walter Stanozuk, the building's window washer.

1923-02

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, holiday sales activities, cartoons, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, and an article about a new electronic sign that will be installed on the building's roof.

1923-01

The December issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, holiday activities, cartoons, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, and an article about opening businesses earlier so Little Building occupants can shop.

1922-12

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, cartoons, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, and an article about adding an oil heating system to the Little Building.

1922-11

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, updates on businesses and services, cartoons, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, and an article defending American women's fashion styles.

1922-09

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, updates on businesses and services or activities, cartoons, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, and an article about an attempted fur robbery on the sixth floor of the Little Building.

1922-10

This issue includes the building directory, updates on building occupants, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, updates on planning for the Little Building Musical Revue, and a contest to submit slogans about the Little Building.

1923-03

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and final article about Herbert L. Willett, Jr.'s experience during the Armenian Massacre.

1923-07

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and an article increasing circulation of the "Little Building News" to adjoining buildings to promote the businesses in the Little Building.

1923-09

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and an article about the Little Building at the corner of Tremont and Boylston Streets being the busiest intersection in Boston.

1923-10

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, an article about an ad campaign in the "Transcript" to promote business at the Little Building, and an article about Herbert L. Willett, Jr.'s experience during the Armenian Massacre.

1923-06

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, an article about the Armenian Massacre, and an article about Laundry, Paint, and Carpenter Shops opening on the roof.

1923-05

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and an article about a baseball game between male and female employees of the Little Building.

1923-08

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting the Little Building, an announcement that the Little Building Musical Revue is postponed due to lack of support, articles commemorating the first anniversary of the "Little Building News," and the slogan winner is "A city under one roof" submitted by Philip F. Denner.

1923-04

Special edition of the Little Building about the Little Building Musical Revue, the proceeds from the Musical Revue will fund the Little Building Benefit Association. The articles discuss fundraising ideas, logistics, costumes, and volunteers for the Musical Revue.

1923-03

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and articles about preparing for holiday sales.

1923-11

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and articles about people on vacation.

1924-07

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, an article about the newly renovated Waldorf cafeteria, and an article about a guest speaker, Robert O. Otis, discussing creating a Business Association.

1924-05

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and an article about the Waldorf Neighborhood Tea held in the new Waldorf cafeteria.

1924-06

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and an article about establishing a Little Building Merchants Association.

1924-03

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and an article about installing a Waldorf cafeteria in the basement of the Little Building.

1924-01

The December issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and articles promoting products for holiday gifts.

1923-12

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and an articles about establishing a Little Building Merchants Association and renovations to the building.

1924-02

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, an article about establishing a Little Building Merchants Association, and an article about radio concerts in the Subway Arcade of the building.

1924-04

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, articles about people on vacation, and articles about the newly formed Little Building Golf Club and Little Building tennis tournament.

1924-08

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and articles about products to purchase and expected sales from the holidays.

1924-11

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and updates on building occupants.

1925-01

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and updates on building occupants.

1925-02

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and an article about the newly formed Little Building Bowling Club.

1924-09

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and article about the Little Building Bowling League and Little Building Golf Club.

1924-10

This issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, and updates on building occupants.

1925-03

The December issue includes the building directory, updates on individuals visiting other states and countries or winning awards, announcements and updates on businesses and services or activities, articles welcoming new individuals moving to or visiting, updates on building occupants, and articles about products to purchase and expected sales from the holidays.

1924-12

The Little Building published its own newspaper, the Little Building News, from 1922 to 1925. Known as the "City Under One Roof," the Little Building was built in 1917, it was designed by prominent Boston architect Clarence Blackhall and named for Boston businessman and philanthropist, John Mason Little. Now one of our beloved dormitories, the Little Building was once home to offices, a shopping arcade, restaurants and even a post office. Digitization of the Little Building News has been made possible thanks to the Digital Commonwealth.

1922-04 - 1925-03

The first issue of the Little Building News, includes the building directory, articles about individuals, shops, and offices in the building, and a dedication to businessman John Mason Little who constructed the Little Building and is also named after him.

1922-04

The issue includes the building directory, articles highlighting individuals or businesses in the building, and also includes an article about organizing a women's Little Building Athletic Association.

1922-05

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

A yellow newspaper article titled, This fall we open our new home on the Charles River. There is a large drawing of the building in the middle of the paper, and at the bottom are the words Beacon and Berkeley Streets Boston. In 1933, the Emerson College of Oratory purchased 130 Beacon Street to house administration and classrooms. It is the first building purchased for what will become the Back Bay campus. This would also become the heart of the Back Bay campus, with the Emerson community gathering in front of the building, dubbing the area as “The Wall.”.

1933

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

Several students sit on exterior steps, several are reading newspapers.

1986-10

Press clipping from Emerson College News: Photo shows students waving to others in the cockpit of a biplane. Written on the side of the plane: "Skyways, Inc. Boston Airport." The Emerson Press Club covered a mock presidential election. Students, posing as news correspondents, traveled to East Boston Airport to study how election return stories and pictures would be sent by airplane to Boston dailies.

1928

Student on the front steps of 130 Beacon. Property signage displays the new name, "Emerson College, established 1880," as well as directional signage pointing the way to "FM station WERS" and "Drama workshop in rear." Originally built as private residences, 130 Beacon was part of a group of Back Bay buildings held by Emerson College. The college purchased 130 Beacon in 1933 to house administrative offices and classrooms. It became the flagship building of Emerson's Back Bay campus and over the years would also served as the base for The Emerson Review, The Berkeley Beacon and EIV, as well as the college library and a television studio. President Ross created the college's first theater in the Carriage House, located behind 128 and 130 Beacon. In 1939, the name of the institution was shortened from Emerson College of Oratory to Emerson College to coincide with expanded course offerings. 130 Beacon was a popular student hangout known as the Wall. Upon learning that Emerson was selling all of the college’s west side properties and relocating to complete the vision of the "Campus on the Common," Emerson students, staff, and faculty lamented the loss of the Beacon Street buildings for their character which lent itself to a unique sense of community. "I guess if you ask anyone from Emerson from the Beacon Street era, they would say The Wall was one of the best things about Emerson. It was like our Facebook. Behind The Wall was a huge sheet stretched between posts. All the events and news were posted daily. It was the central gathering point for campus life." - Barbara Ruthberg, BS '68. Info sources: Berkeley Beacon (10/19/2005); Emerson.edu webpages: Past-presidents, Editorial style guide, Memories of the Library; online video: "Pete Chvany reminisces at the wall.”.

1950 - 1959

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