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Southwick Recital Programs, 1975 - 2022


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Named after esteemed Emersonian, Henry Lawrence Southwick, the Southwick Recitals were an Emerson tradition that celebrated the art of oral interpretation. Notably, the Southwick Recitals were one of the oldest recitals in the United States, starting in 1900 and eventually reaching 101 seasons. The series featured distinguished Emerson faculty, students, and alumni/a, along with honored guest artists.


  • 1975 - 2022


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34 digital files (34 digital files)

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Programs for the Southwick Recital series which featured performances from distinguished Emerson faculty and alumni/a, along with honored guest artists. The series was founded by Henry Lawrence Southwick in 1900 when he was dean of Emerson College. Note there are gaps in our program collection, so there is not always a corresponding program for each Southwick Recital.

Physical Location

RG 010.02C Communication Studies

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34 digital files

Repository Details

Part of the Emerson College Archives and Special Collections Repository

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