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Ms. Merritt sits reading on a white bench.

1890 - 1899

Ms. Merritt sits on a white bench with a book in her hand.

1890 - 1899

Ms. Blalock in a white dress, sits under a blooming street. She holds a white umbrella and reading a book.

1890 - 1899

Ms. Blalock stands, reading next to a large floor-to-ceiling mirror, wearing a white gown.

1890 - 1899

Ms. Merritt stands under what appears to be a vine-covered trellis.

1890 - 1899

A woman holds a treat over a dog on his/her hind legs.

1890 - 1899

Two women stand in near the front steps and porch of a house. Overexposed shot.

1890 - 1899

Two women stand in near the front steps and porch of a house.

1890 - 1899

A woman sits in a wicker chair with a book in her lap.

1890 - 1899

A young woman sits on a chair just outside the house with a book in her lap. She's looking at the camera, while another woman stands on the porch in the background.

1890 - 1899

In her hour-and-a-half interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Janis Paige talks about her early life and discovering she had the ability to make people laugh at a young age. She recalls her first feature film, "Hollywood Canteen," and soon after moving to New York to pursue a career on stage. She describes a stint in vaudeville, which lead to being cast on Broadway in "Remains to be Seen," and later as the lead in "The Pajama Game." She recounts appearing in several feature films, including "Silk Stockings" with Fred Astaire, and "Please Don’t Eat the Daisies" with Doris Day. Paige speaks of her many roles on television, including playing the lead in the sitcom 'It’s Always Jan,' guest shots on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' and 'Happy Days,' and an infamous appearance on 'All in the Family' in which she kissed "Archie Bunker," much to his wife "Edith’s" dismay. She concludes by discussing her stints on the daytime dramas 'Capitol 'and 'Santa Barbara,' and how she’d like to be remembered. Robert Fleming conducted the interview on May 27, 2005 in Los Angeles, CA. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences and Inspiration, Diversity in Television, Pivotal Career Moments, Television Industry, Women, Comedy Series, and Daytime/Primetime Serials.

2005-05-27

In her hour-and-a-half interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Janis Paige talks about her early life and discovering she had the ability to make people laugh at a young age. She recalls her first feature film, "Hollywood Canteen," and soon after moving to New York to pursue a career on stage. She describes a stint in vaudeville, which lead to being cast on Broadway in "Remains to be Seen," and later as the lead in "The Pajama Game." She recounts appearing in several feature films, including "Silk Stockings" with Fred Astaire, and "Please Don’t Eat the Daisies" with Doris Day. Paige speaks of her many roles on television, including playing the lead in the sitcom 'It’s Always Jan,' guest shots on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' and 'Happy Days,' and an infamous appearance on 'All in the Family' in which she kissed "Archie Bunker," much to his wife "Edith’s" dismay. She concludes by discussing her stints on the daytime dramas 'Capitol 'and 'Santa Barbara,' and how she’d like to be remembered. Robert Fleming conducted the interview on May 27, 2005 in Los Angeles, CA. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences and Inspiration, Diversity in Television, Pivotal Career Moments, Television Industry, Women, Comedy Series, and Daytime/Primetime Serials.

2005-05-27

In her hour-and-a-half interview for the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College, Janis Paige talks about her early life and discovering she had the ability to make people laugh at a young age. She recalls her first feature film, "Hollywood Canteen," and soon after moving to New York to pursue a career on stage. She describes a stint in vaudeville, which lead to being cast on Broadway in "Remains to be Seen," and later as the lead in "The Pajama Game." She recounts appearing in several feature films, including "Silk Stockings" with Fred Astaire, and "Please Don’t Eat the Daisies" with Doris Day. Paige speaks of her many roles on television, including playing the lead in the sitcom 'It’s Always Jan,' guest shots on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' and 'Happy Days,' and an infamous appearance on 'All in the Family' in which she kissed "Archie Bunker," much to his wife "Edith’s" dismay. She concludes by discussing her stints on the daytime dramas 'Capitol 'and 'Santa Barbara,' and how she’d like to be remembered. Robert Fleming conducted the interview on May 27, 2005 in Los Angeles, CA. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences and Inspiration, Diversity in Television, Pivotal Career Moments, Television Industry, Women, Comedy Series, and Daytime/Primetime Serials.

2005-05-27

In her two-and-a-half hour Archive interview, Diane English discusses her upbringing in Buffalo, New York, where she first worked as an English and drama teacher before moving to New York City to pursue a career in playwriting. She describes how she instead landed her first industry job at public television station WNET, and began writing for the small screen --penning PBS' first television movie, 'The Lathe of Heaven.' English outlines her first forays into half-hour comedies as a writer for 'Foley Square' and for 'My Sister Sam,' and speaks at length on the creation and production of her hit series, 'Murphy Brown.' She divulges which actress she asked to play "Murphy Brown" before Candice Bergen won the role, and sheds light on the infamous debate on single-motherhood sparked by then Vice President, Dan Quayle. She chronicles the formation of her production company, Shukovsky/English, with husband Joel Shukovsky, and details her film and television work ('The Women,' 'Love & War,' 'Ink') since 'Murphy Brown' went off the air. Jenni Matz conducted the interview in a joint venture with The American Comedy Archives (at Emerson College) in North Hollywood, CA on February 8, 2007. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences and Inspiration, Characters & Catchphrases, Diversity in Television, Women, Emmy Awards, and Comedy Series. Other shows mentioned during the interview include 'Double Rush,' 'Her Life as a Man,' and 'Living in Captivity.'

2007-02-08

In her two-and-a-half hour Archive interview, Diane English discusses her upbringing in Buffalo, New York, where she first worked as an English and drama teacher before moving to New York City to pursue a career in playwriting. She describes how she instead landed her first industry job at public television station WNET, and began writing for the small screen --penning PBS' first television movie, 'The Lathe of Heaven.' English outlines her first forays into half-hour comedies as a writer for 'Foley Square' and for 'My Sister Sam,' and speaks at length on the creation and production of her hit series, 'Murphy Brown.' She divulges which actress she asked to play "Murphy Brown" before Candice Bergen won the role, and sheds light on the infamous debate on single-motherhood sparked by then Vice President, Dan Quayle. She chronicles the formation of her production company, Shukovsky/English, with husband Joel Shukovsky, and details her film and television work ('The Women,' 'Love & War,' 'Ink') since 'Murphy Brown' went off the air. Jenni Matz conducted the interview in a joint venture with The American Comedy Archives (at Emerson College) in North Hollywood, CA on February 8, 2007. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences and Inspiration, Characters & Catchphrases, Diversity in Television, Women, Emmy Awards, and Comedy Series. Other shows mentioned during the interview include 'Double Rush,' 'Her Life as a Man,' and 'Living in Captivity.'

2007-02-08

In her two-and-a-half hour Archive interview, Diane English discusses her upbringing in Buffalo, New York, where she first worked as an English and drama teacher before moving to New York City to pursue a career in playwriting. She describes how she instead landed her first industry job at public television station WNET, and began writing for the small screen --penning PBS' first television movie, 'The Lathe of Heaven.' English outlines her first forays into half-hour comedies as a writer for 'Foley Square' and for 'My Sister Sam,' and speaks at length on the creation and production of her hit series, 'Murphy Brown.' She divulges which actress she asked to play "Murphy Brown" before Candice Bergen won the role, and sheds light on the infamous debate on single-motherhood sparked by then Vice President, Dan Quayle. She chronicles the formation of her production company, Shukovsky/English, with husband Joel Shukovsky, and details her film and television work ('The Women,' 'Love & War,' 'Ink') since 'Murphy Brown' went off the air. Jenni Matz conducted the interview in a joint venture with The American Comedy Archives (at Emerson College) in North Hollywood, CA on February 8, 2007. Additional topics covered include: Creative Influences and Inspiration, Characters & Catchphrases, Diversity in Television, Women, Emmy Awards, and Comedy Series. Other shows mentioned during the interview include 'Double Rush,' 'Her Life as a Man,' and 'Living in Captivity.'

2007-02-08

The Charles W. Emerson Homestead Collection is a collection of glass plate negative prints from our College founder Charles Wesley Emerson's summer estate in Rochester, Vermont. Depicting Emerson, his family, home and surroundings, this collection offers a glimpse into his country life during the 1890s.

1890 - 1899

In his three-hour interview, Kevin Bright discusses his childhood in New York City, and his father, Vaudeville comedian turned talent manager, Jackie Bright. He talks about attending Emerson College, and, after graduation, working for producers Joseph and Gilbert Cate and producing David Copperfield specials. Bright shares stories of producing the syndicated series 'Madame’s Place' and cable comedy specials, before working on the pilot of 'In Living Color.' He talks about his work on 'Dream On,' where he met Marta Kauffman and David Crane, with whom he created 'Friends.' For 'Friends,' he describes the pitching and development of the show, casting, shooting the pilot and the famous opening sequence, directing episodes, and ending the show after ten seasons. He touches on 'Veronica’s Closet,' 'Jesse,' and the 'Friends' spin-off, 'Joey' and concludes by sharing his greatest career achievements and regrets, advice to aspiring television professionals, and why he decided to return to Emerson College, where he now serves as the Founding Director of Emerson College Los Angeles. Jenni Matz conducted the interview in partnership with the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College on March 29, 2016 in Los Angeles, CA. Additional topics covered include: 9/11, Censorship/Standards & Practices, Classic TV Series Episodes, Comedy, Creative Influences and Inspiration, Emmy Awards, Fame and Celebrity, Historic Events and Social Change, Overcoming Adversity, Pivotal Career Moments, Pop Culture, TV Theme Songs, Television Industry, Comedy Series, and Late Night. An additional show mentioned during the interview include 'The Emmy Awards (Primetime and Daytime).'

2016-03-29

In his three-hour interview, Kevin Bright discusses his childhood in New York City, and his father, Vaudeville comedian turned talent manager, Jackie Bright. He talks about attending Emerson College, and, after graduation, working for producers Joseph and Gilbert Cate and producing David Copperfield specials. Bright shares stories of producing the syndicated series 'Madame’s Place' and cable comedy specials, before working on the pilot of 'In Living Color.' He talks about his work on 'Dream On,' where he met Marta Kauffman and David Crane, with whom he created 'Friends.' For 'Friends,' he describes the pitching and development of the show, casting, shooting the pilot and the famous opening sequence, directing episodes, and ending the show after ten seasons. He touches on 'Veronica’s Closet,' 'Jesse,' and the 'Friends' spin-off, 'Joey' and concludes by sharing his greatest career achievements and regrets, advice to aspiring television professionals, and why he decided to return to Emerson College, where he now serves as the Founding Director of Emerson College Los Angeles. Jenni Matz conducted the interview in partnership with the American Comedy Archives at Emerson College on March 29, 2016 in Los Angeles, CA. Additional topics covered include: 9/11, Censorship/Standards & Practices, Classic TV Series Episodes, Comedy, Creative Influences and Inspiration, Emmy Awards, Fame and Celebrity, Historic Events and Social Change, Overcoming Adversity, Pivotal Career Moments, Pop Culture, TV Theme Songs, Television Industry, Comedy Series, and Late Night. An additional show mentioned during the interview include 'The Emmy Awards (Primetime and Daytime).'

2016-03-29

Charles' wife, Susie and mother, Mary, seated on chairs on the lawn. Mary holds a white parasol and Susie holds a book.

1890 - 1899

Charles' wife, Susie and mother, Mary, seated on chairs on the lawn. Mary holds a white parasol and Susie holds a book.

1890 - 1899

Charles' wife, Susie and mother, Mary, seated on chairs on the lawn. Mary holds a white parasol and Susie holds a book. A road or driveway winds around a hill behind Mary.

1890 - 1899

Woman resting on the bench in the Common

2020-04-19

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