Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: ACC-MSS 001
Scope and Contents The papers of Bill Dana (1925- ) span the period (1940s- 2006) and focus primarily on his two most popular television series "The Steve Allen Show" and "The Bill Dana Show," as well as material related to his most famous character, Jose Jimenez. The papers consist mostly of annotated scripts for the live programs which aired on NBC. Dana was both a writer and performer. The papers here also contain scripts for the numerous other television and film scripts Dana worked on, comedy routines from...
Dates: 1940 - 2009
Identifier: MSS 030
Scope and Contents The Carmen Fields collection consists of Ms. Fields professional work, as a reporter, anchor, writer and host. Ms. Fields worked at three major Boston area television networks: WNAC, WGBH and WBZ and helped produce the documentaries “Goin’ Back to T-Town” and “Wake Up Everybody,” produced for a BU School of Medicine program for minority students. Much of this collection consists of Ms. Fields reporting on various news stories, anchoring news shows, and interviewing guests. Carmen Fields’...
Dates: 1979 - 2004
Identifier: MSS 015-1
Scope and Contents This first series titled Emerson College contains items pertaining to the 32 years that Stein taught students in the Drama Department and encompass the years 1948-1991. Many photographs and negatives of Emerson theatrical stage productions and makeup classes taught by Stein as well as classroom materials such as syllabi, outlines, and worksheets are included this series. Other materials consists of several theater programs from productions put on by Emerson College and Emerson newspaper and...
Identifier: MSS 048
Scope and Contents The Florence Markoff Collection consists of materials that span over 70 years, dating between 1937 and 2015. Over half of the collection consists of radio scripts for Markoff's three radio programs: There's a Word for It, Rhode Island Portraits in Sound, and You've Said a Mouthful. Other scripts included in the collection are advertisements and assorted radio programs narrated by Markoff. The collection also contains several drafts of, and the manuscript for, her 2015 book You Said a Mouthful....
Dates: 1937 - 2015
Identifier: MSS 015
Scope and Contents The Jack Stein Collection contains a wide variety of materials ranging from photographs of television studios and movie sets to items of makeup developed by Stein's brand. Spanning nearly a century, the collection covers many aspects of Stein's career at Emerson College including photos and programs of stage productions and materials from the classes he instructed in the Drama Department. Stein worked in various studios around New England and the Boston area and the collection contains several...
Identifier: MSS 038
Scope and Contents The John M. Kittross papers contain materials that revolve around Kittross's career and relationship with Emerson College, Emerson College Faculty, and Emerson College students. Kittross held a number of roles throughout his professional relationship with Emerson College. Correspondence is the bulk of the materials in Kittross's collection, as his roles as academic dean and provost required frequent communication with department and college leaders. Supplementing correspondence, the second most...
Identifier: MSS 015-2-A
Identifier: MSS 015-2
Scope and Contents Professional Entertainment contains items from the professional career of Stein as a makeup artist and political image maker between the years of 1934-1992. The series contains photographs and snapshots from a variety of television shows from the mid-twentieth century, film stills, theater programs from productions around New England, and a complete schedule for the broadcast of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. An edited copy of the script of "An Evening's Journey to Conway, Massachusetts"...
Identifier: RG 044.01
Scope and Contents These records contain compact, digital video, and blue ray discs as well as the corresponding digital files collected from Master of Fine Arts students of the Visual and Media Arts Department as part of their graduation requirements. Included in this collection are documentaries, fictional narrative videos, interactive websites, video games, animations, audiobooks, music, and instructional materials. The subjects of the theses are unrestricted and therefore varied and numerous. Paper components...
Dates: 1995 - ?