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Randolph Brooksbank '69 (center); Tom Bauer '68 (right).

1992-02-13

A panel of three men sits at a long table on stage, while another man stands at a podium. Name plates include, Mr. Pringle, Mr. Loomis, Mr. Haladz, and at the podium, Mr. Tooke.

1958

A panel of three men sits at a long table on stage, while another man stands at a podium. On the front of the table is painted the letters, "EC." Name plates include, "Mr. Courtney" and "Mr. Foreman."

1958

People sitting in folding chairs, facing a small stage where a panel of three sits at a long table.

1958

A dozen or so people running toward the footbridge to the esplanade, with handwritten numbers on paper taped to their backs. Location pictured: the wide sidewalk between David G. Mugar Way and 95 Beacon Street in Boston's Back Bay. Same location as finish line.

1986-10-21

1985-11-02

Headshot of Steven Bochco. Honorary degree recipient in May 1989; Writer and executive producer of L.A. Law and Hill Street Blues.

Photo by Karen Couture.

1988

Press photo of Stuart Chase. Print includes Chase's signature, dated 1963 and the typed text: "Jack Case [photographer]. Stuart Chase. Author of 'The Most Probable World' to be published by Harper & Row on Jan. 17, 1968." Author and economist; Received honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Emerson College.

1963

Man, standing, shows copy to another man seated at a typewriter. Both men wear eyeglasses.

1958

Merrill Whiting '64 (S.C.A.) shakes hands with Dr. Richard Pierce (Dean of Emerson College).

1961

Three member of the Student Christian Association (L-R): John Welch '64, Beverly Nelson '63, George Exoo '64.

1961

Phoebe Yphantis (Treasurer, Student Christian Association) with S. Justus McKinley (President of Emerson College).

1961

Front row L-R: Richard Hamilton, Dr. S. Justus McKinley, John LeBlanc; Back row L-R: George Whidley, James Noel, [unidentified], Paul Austin and Harry Morgan.

1957

Front row Richard Hamilton '58 and [unidentified]; Back row L-R: George Whidley '58 and James Noel '58.

1957

Front row L-R: James Noel '58, Richard Hamilton '59, Dr. S. Justus McKinley, George Whidley '58; Back row L-R: John LeBlanc '58, Harry Morgan '59, Paul Austin '60, Jack Washington '61.

1957

Front row L-R: Marlene Riccitello '60, Harry Morgan '59, Dr. S. Justus McKinley, Barrett Mandel '60; Back row L-R: David Greenberg '59, Macey Levin '60, Paul Austin '60.

1957

Front row L-R: Richard Hamilton '58, Dr. S. Justus McKinley, John LeBlanc '58; Back row L-R: George Whidley '58, James Noel '58, [unidentified], Paul Austin '60 and Harry Morgan '59.

1957

Front row L-R: Marlene Riccitello '60, Harry Morgan '59, Dr. S. Justus McKinley, Barrett Mandel '60; Back row L-R: David Greenberg '59, Macey Levin '60, Paul Austin '60. Portraits of past Emerson College presidents hang on the wall.

1957

Two well-dressed students, male and female, at a formal function, holding cups. Source folder dates image as prior to August 1985.

1980 - 1999

Graduating seniors at commencement rehearsal.

1986-04

Three students sitting on the grass, with two others further back.

1986-10

Students congregate on the steps outside of 130 Beacon Street.

1960

Students congregate on the steps outside of 130 Beacon Street.

1960

Students congregate on the steps outside of 130 Beacon Street. A sign on the lawn reads: "Emerson College Established 1980; FM station WERS; Drama Workshop in rear".

1960

Students congregate on the steps outside of 130 Beacon Street.

1960

A female student dressed in white reads a book outside of 130 Beacon Street, Boston, a spot known to Emersonians as "The Wall."

1986-09

Students sit on the stoop on or near 130 Beacon Street, Boston, a spot known to Emersonians as "The Wall." In foreground, male student wearing sunglasses appears to be tying his shoes.

1986-09

A female student reads a book on the stoop of (or near) 130 Beacon Street, Boston, a spot known to Emersonians as "The Wall."

1986-09

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

1986-10

College Store ad for Beacon Magazine.

1986

Ten young women outside on a brick courtyard positioned for a group photo, taken from above.

1958

Three students and one faculty members or administrator look at a volume of the Emersonian yearbook over a coffee table. Behind them is dark wood fireplace mantle lined with trophies. Portraits of past presidents of Emerson College hand on the wall.

1958

Two young women in white dresses stand on the steps at 130 Beacon Street, Boston.

1958

Three students and two faculty members or administrators are photographed a room with dark wood fireplace mantle, bookcases, and portraits of past presidents of Emerson College. John Zorn, Director of Summer School, pictured on left.

1958

Ten young women standing for a photo outside in front of a brick wall and ivy-covered wall.

1958

Ten young women standing for a photo outside in front of a brick wall and ivy-covered wall.

1958

Three students and one administrator or faculty member stand on the steps outside of 130 Beacon Street, Boston.

1958

Four people stand just outside a building's entrance. A tall, older man stands just inside the doorway.

1958

Three students and two faculty members or administrators are photographed a room with dark wood fireplace mantle lined with trophies. There are three volumes of the Emersonian yearbook on the coffee table. John Zorn, Director of Summer School, pictured on left.

1958

Administrators stand before a bookcase. Those pictured include John Zorn, Director of Summer School, John Zorn and Emerson College president S. Justus McKinley. [woman unidentified].

1958

New York club president Frank Napal '69 congratulates Meredith Brown '76 with Outstanding Alumni Communications, 1985. Location: Limelight Club, New York, NY.

1985-05-14

Meredith Brown '76 addresses crowd of alumni, friends and guests at New York's Limelight Club for a May 14 "Super Suds" gala. Brown, executive editor of Soap Opera Digest, was honored at the event.

1985-05-14

1986-03

Photo portrait.

1986-10-30

Woman sits at typewriter in office.

1986-10

Source refers to date as: before August 1985.

1985

Sybil Tonkonogy '58 (WNTN), Greg Anderson '91 (WHDH), Michelle Shapiro G'91 (WKOX), Malcolm Alter '70, and Larry Glick (WBZ & WHDH). Location: 12th floor, 180 Tremont St., Boston.

1992-12-08

Left to Right: Erik Kaarla, Annamaria Formicella, Marjorie Brant and Susan McIntyre. Photos to accompany article on Teen Sex in the Spring Berkeley Beacon. Location: Winchester High School.

1987-12-07

Left to Right: Erik Kaarla, Annamaria Formicella, Marjorie Brant and Susan McIntyre. Photos to accompany article on Teen Sex in the Spring Berkeley Beacon. Location: Winchester High School.

1987-12-07

Photo by Karen Couture.

1992

Carolyn Oppenheim, faculty advisor to the Berkeley Beacon; Rachel Layne '90 and Eileen Lahey meet freed hostage Terry Anderson. Location: 130 Beacon St., Boston.

1992-06-19

A speech clinician sits at a table with two boys and a girl. They boys are blowing through straws. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

A therapist sits at a table with two boys and a girl. They boys are blowing through straws. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Speech clinician sits at a small table with a boy. A Raggedy Ann doll sits on the table. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Speech clinician with boy looking in the mirror. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

An adult's attention is focused on a young child's ear. Another child and adult are present in the background. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer-Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children. Info source: Emerson College Today (7/21/2014).

1986-03-20

1986-03-22

1986-03-24

Two actors on stage in performance. Stage set includes a small bar and a fireplace bellows prop. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay. Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

Man and woman wearing period costume on stage, embrace in a kiss. Written by George Farquhar. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay, Emerson College Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

Actors in performance. Written by George Farquhar. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay, Emerson College Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

Actors in performance. Written by George Farquhar. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay, Emerson College Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

Empty set of The Beaux' Stratagem. Written by George Farquhar. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay, Emerson College Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

Actors in performance. Written by George Farquhar. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay, Emerson College Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

Actors in performance. Written by George Farquhar. Directed by Gertrude Binley Kay, Emerson College Department of Theatre Arts. Dec. 9-11, 1959.

1959-12

Dr. Dennis Becker '64 '67 and his wife, Dr. Paula Borkum Becker '64. The Beckers founded The Speech Improvement Company in 1964. They are pictured at their business here on 1614 Beacon St., Boston.

1987-04-21

Left to right: Dr. Paula Borkum Becker '64, Dr. Dennis Becker '64 '67 and Monica Becker Murphy '87. The Beckers founded The Speech Improvement Company in 1964. They are pictured at their business here on 1614 Beacon St., Boston.

1987-04-21

Actor in performance. Dodo the clown sneaks around stage. The scenery includes a palm tree and a sign that reads "Frumplin's Doll Shoppe." Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors in performance. Characters are presumably: Mr. Frumpkin the dollmaker, Andrew the dollmaker's, and the policeman. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors perform off the stage among three seated spectators. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors in performance. Six of Frumkpin's dolls are led off-stage. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actors on stage: Dodo the clown with Gladys the horse. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

The full cast in-costume pose for a photo. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Several actors on stage. Characters pictured include Dodo the clown, Mr. Frumpkin and his dolls. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Actor in performance. Characters pictured: Dodo (sleeping), Rudolph Bernard Boo, Ugly (Boo's minion) and six of Frumpkin's dolls. Directed by Dorothy Geotis. Department of Theatre Arts at Emerson College. April 22 & May 2, 1959. The Clown Who Ran Away, a comedy for children in two acts, was written by Conrad Seiler in the late 1940s.

1959

Aerial view shows the soccer/lacrosse field surrounded by brick buildings. To the north, the Prudential (The Pru) and Hancock towers rise up in the distance. Emerson's soccer and lacrosse teams compete on the Field at Rotch Playground in Boston's South End. The field also has a softball diamond used for practice and games. Info source: www.emersonlions.com.

Two men seated at a long table facing a row of small television monitors, their backs to the camera. One of them wears headphones.

1961

Two men seated at a long table facing a row of small television monitors, their backs to the camera. One of them wears headphones.

1961

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage with pit orchestra in foreground. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Shirley Shay ’59 and Milt Monbleau ’59 make “Small Talk” in the kitchen. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors dancing on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors on stage. Staged and directed by Leonidas A. Nickole. May 16-17, 1958.

1959-05

Actors lined-up on stage with canes and hands on hats.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Six pirates on stage in performance, singing or shouting, with swords raised. One fellow wears an eye patch another has a parrot on his shoulder.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Ten young women on stage in a theater performance, all seated and similarly dressed. Some are speaking or singing.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Large group shot of actors standing on stage, somewhat in a line, with women on one side and men (pirates) on the other.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Nine actors are pictured on stage, performing in-costume. A man and woman stand in the foreground looking at each other.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

On stage, in performance: a bearded man in uniform holds an umbrella while pirates look on from the background.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Actors on stage performance in pirate costume. Several men have drawn their swords.

1986-04-11 1986-04-19

Students sitting on the steps outside 130 Beacon Street, shot from the east side. (There is no food truck pictured).

1986-04

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