MSS. Manuscript Collections
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
This collection holds papers, publications, photographs, and other materials related to Division of Communication Science and Disorders at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. Included in this collection are materials about the Samuel D. Robbins Clinic, the Thayer Lindsley Nursery, and numerous college-wide committees (e.g., Academic Board, Academic Policy Committee, and Graduate Council). Information about DCSD faculty, history, and development are also included.
This collection encompasses programs, playbills, and memorabilia pertaining to American and International dance companies, from the early 1900s to the 2000s. The bulk of the collection contains playbills, however there are also souvenir programs from various dance companies and a few newspaper articles pertaining to performances. The majority of the collection pertains to the Boston Ballet from the late 60s to the early 2000s.
The Elinor Hughes Collection is a collection of materials relating to Ms. Hughes’s career as a theater and film critic. Much of the collection consists of bound volumes of her articles written for the Boston Herald, with some articles written for the Junior League News Bulletin and the Hollywood Reporter. The collection also contains the book “The American Burlesque,” which features five articles with illustrations on the American Theater in 1893.
This collection consists of single items of memorabilia that document the history of Emerson College. These items were all donated by different donors at different times, but were likely the only item donated.
The Ethel Berner Babbitt Collection consists of materials related to the life of Emerson College alumna Ethel Berner Babbitt, including schoolbooks, photograph albums, scrapbooks, manuscripts, and written personal correspondence.
The collection contains the proofs, notes, and cover designs of Frederick's book "Day for Night". There is also a bound uncorrected advance proof and a hardcopy of the published book.