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Theater Ephemera

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 1979-022

Acquisition Type

Gift

Restrictions Apply

No

Extent

18 Linear Feet (35 boxes) : Shelved on 3rd floor.

Inventory

UT Uncatalogued Theatre Ephemera (Henneke) - compiled by Tom Bogar, Aug 2009. Box 2: Miscellaneous Play programs: Late 1890s through 1910s: New York 1940s Univ of Tucson 1960s-1970s: Theatre Tulsa and Tulsa Municipal Theatre, University of Tulsa, Tulsa Little Theatre, Tulsa Orchestra. 1960s: Royal Opera House, Covent Garden 1890s-1930s: Metropolitan Opera House. Also: playbill Old Vic Theatre, 1939 Box 3: Miscellaneous Play programs: 1910s Michigan 1930s Stratford Shakespeare 1930s and 1940s Cleveland 1898, 1912, 1940s-1960s NY Box 4: Miscellaneous Play programs: 1910s-1940s, NY Misc. Theatre tkt stubs Rolled laminated script of Battista Guarini Negative of birth certificate of Laura Keene's daughter Three photographs of Ford's Theatre reopening 1968 Two large Sarony photographs of unknown male Photo negatives of William Winter Box 5: Miscellaneous Play programs, mostly regional (many states), and postcards Box 6: Miscellaneous Play programs, mostly regional, 1970s-1990s News releases from regional theatres Box 7: Miscellaneous Play programs, mostly regional U.S., but also some London, 1970s-1990s News releases from NY and regional theatres Box 8: NY Theatre Playbill Programs, early 1950s Box 9: NY Theatre Playbill Programs, 1940s and 1950s Box 10: NY Theatre Playbill Programs, 1940s Box 11: NY Theatre Playbill Programs, early to mid 1930s Box 12: NY Theatre Playbill Programs, late 1930s Box 13: NY Theatre Playbill Programs, late 1950s Cast lists (which temporarily replaced programs just before, and during the Depression) from various NY productions, 1927-1931 Box 14: Opera libretti and scenic source materials Box 15: Dry Mounted Theatre Arts prints, chiefly Classical Greek and Elizabethan Box 16: Dry Mounted Theatre Arts prints, chiefly source materials for stage makeup and scene design Various play programs, NY, Philadelphia and London Penciled index lists, notes taken, and rough drafts (some typed) of articles Xeroxed reviews of NY plays and articles about theatre (1920s-1960s) Xeroxed Articles: “Dr. Irving's Reminiscences of the Charleston Stage from South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine “Theatre in Nashville During the Civil War from Southern Speech Journal “Charleston Theatricals During the Tragic Decade, 1860-1869, Journal of Southern History “The Savannah Theater; Oldest in America from Georgia Review Box 17: Prints of source materials for scenic design and stage costumes Photographs: unidentified (a few identified) theatre productions and examples of theatre architecture 1 folder of articles and reviews of Nicholas Nickleby (1981) Box 18: Miscellaneous newspaper clippings (and some photographs) related to theatre history, primarily source materials for scenic design, stage costumes and theatre architecture Box 19: Correspondence concerning new play development and competition Misc. source materials for scenic design, stage costumes and theatre architecture Mimeograph of script, The Great Magician, by Lawrence Carra 2 maps of the Holy Land Souvenir program, Amelia Bingham Stock Co., 1902 Box 20: February 1933 bound volume, The Cast (photos/bios, used for casting films) Open Stage Technical Manual by James Hull Miller Miscellaneous magazine articles, prints, and photographs related to theatre history, primarily source materials for scenic design, stage costumes and theatre architecture Play programs, University of Hawaii Fall 1952 issue of The Cue, magazine of Theta Alpha Phi Typed synopses and comments on various 19th century plays Various correspondence and production materials for “The Stagecrafters Cast lists (which temporarily replaced programs just before, and during the Depression) from various NY productions, 1927-1931 Miscellaneous source materials for scenic design, stage costumes and theatre architecture Mimeographed script for Childhood by Thornton Wilder Various Univ of Tulsa production, wedding and retirement notices and articles Box 21: 1 folder titled “Plays I Have Seen Theatre List and enclosed [frail] Cast lists (which temporarily replaced programs just before, and during the Depression) from various NY productions, 1927-1931 Box 22: Various “Plays I Have Seen (and Missed) Theatre Lists Miscellaneous handwritten notes, lists of play titles, and newspaper clippings related to theatre, 1920s-1970s Miscellaneous Play programs, mostly regional (many states) 1920s-1940s Booklets of poetry and play programs, 1890s, in white acid-free Photofile envelopes Box 23: (Entire contents in separate white acid-free Photofile envelopes) Various French (and some American) theatrical cast lists, scripts and libretti, 1880-1910 Box 24: (Entire contents in separate white acid-free Photofile envelopes) Booklets of poetry 1940s Various play scripts and opera libretti (French and American) 1850s-1950s Box 25: NY Theatre Playbill Programs, early 1930s Programs: regional, Theatre Tulsa, school and church concerts and productions 1970s-1980s Souvenir programs NY, Paris, Tokyo and London, 1980s Box 26: Programs: New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Boston, Paris and London, late 1920s-1980s (chiefly 1960s) Box 27: Programs: Regional, New York, and London 1920s-1980s Box 28: Programs: Regional, Tulsa, New York, Italy, and London, 1990s Tourist Brochures and Maps of London, Austria, NY, Chicago Xeroxed articles, American Writers Series (1824-25) Various issues, The Passing Show magazine, 1990s 1992 University of Tulsa Football Media Guide Box 29: Original handwritten (pencil) playscripts of several untitled plays 2 unidentified photographs of University theatre productions Various materials and playbills of Tulsa Little Theatre, 1930s-1950s Xerox of script, The Servant of Two Masters, by Carlo Goldoni Box 30: Various materials, playbills, and reviews of Tulsa Little Theatre, 1930s-1950s Programs and newspaper clippings about various university theatres, 1940s-1950s Scripts, many for radio, most typed, some handwritten and incomplete, some bound Issues of Tuscaloosa newspapers, 1910s Box 31: A Ravenna Mosaic, by Ben Graf Henneke, 2007, and preparatory materials/elements Box 32: 2 copies: A Ravenna Mosaic, by Ben Graf Henneke, 2007, and preparatory materials/elements