Guide to the Federal Theatre Project photograph collection, 1936-1939

Federal Theatre Project photograph C0205


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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
Creator Federal Theatre Project (U.S.)
Title Federal Theatre Project photograph collection
Date 1936-1939
Physical Characteristics 47.0 linear feet (112 boxes)
Abstract This collection consists of graphic materials relating to Federal Theatre Project productions from 1936 to 1939 across the United States, with the majority from New York City and Roslyn, New York, San Diego and San Francisco, California, and Chicago, Illinois. The collection is mostly comprised of black and white photographs ranging in size from 4x5 to 11x14 and duplicate prints, as well as a few negatives.
Collection Number C0205
Language English

Historical Note

Organized in 1935, The Federal Theatre Project flourished as the first and only federally sponsored and subsidized theater program in the United States until its end in 1939. The FTP was a division of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which provided employment for large numbers of artists, writers, and performers during the Great Depression (1929-1939). Directed by Hallie Flanagan (1880-1969), the FTP provided employment for theatrical professionals throughout the United States during the Great Depression. Actors, playwrights, scene designers and builders, seamstresses, lighting experts, ushers, box-office men, and stagehands all found employment through the FTP.

Like many New Deal programs implemented by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Federal Theatre Project was intended not only to benefit its participants, but also to enrich the condition of the nation. Theater was a distinguished part of American popular culture, but the economic downturn of the Depression had bankrupted the entire theater industry. As the theater houses closed down, the nation was left without an outlet for theatrical creativity. According to Hallie Flanagan, this hurt the nation as much as it hurt the theater industry - indeed, the nation was their audience and the theater could provide entertaining distractions from the effects of Depression as well as offer commentary on present conditions.

But it was not enough to simply return to the pre-Depression concept of theater. In the first meeting with her staff Flanagan expressed her willingness to follow Roosevelt's experimental approach to public policy: "In a changing world, a world of experiment, the stage too must experiment - with ideas, with the psychological relationship of men and women, with color and light.... The theatre must grow up."

Flanagan pursued her ideal of developing the relationship between the Federal Theatre and the federal government: "Any theatre sponsored by the government of the United States should do no plays of a cheap, trivial, outworn or vulgar nature, but only such plays as the Government can stand proudly behind in a planned theatrical program, national in scope, regional in emphasis, and American in democratic attitude." To Flanagan, it was imperative that this new theater should be progressive and experimental, yet within a patriotic and informative framework.

The productions that best embodied Flanagan's views on theater were the Living Newspapers. These hard-hitting, poignant plays dealt with contemporary factual material, dramatizing issues such as housing, agriculture, labor, and destitution. Always ending on an upbeat note, Living Newspapers underscored the importance of hard work and morality in overcoming difficult times. Living Newspaper titles include: Triple A Plowed Under, Injunction Granted, One Third of a Nation, and Spirochete.

The Federal Theatre was noted for employing black Americans at a time when the Federal Government did not actively protect the rights of minorities. The "Negro Theater" (as it was called in the 1930s) was an established industry before the Depression, and it greatly contributed to the success of the Federal Theatre Project. Some of the most spectacular productions were put on by black theater professionals, for example: Macbeth, Haiti, Turpentine, Run Little Chillun, and The Trial of Dr. Beck.

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Scope and Content

This collection consists of graphic materials relating to Federal Theatre Project productions from 1936 to 1939 across the United States, with the majority from New York City and Roslyn, New York, San Diego and San Francisco, California, and Chicago, Illinois. The collection is mostly comprised of black and white photographs ranging in size from 4x5 to 11x14 and duplicate prints, as well as a few negatives.

Series one is titled Production Photographs. The series is comprised of photographs and negatives relating to productions, the majority of which are scene shots and portraits of employees, but the series also includes portraits of well-known figures of the day such as Eleanor Roosevelt and the Scottsboro Boys, and prints of audiences, caravan theater, children's theater, circus, community theater presentation, marionette construction, office personnel, posters, radio performances, rehearsals, sets, behind-the-scenes techniques, vaudeville, and workshops. Included are scene and stage production shots from living newspaper productions, such as "Triple-A Plowed Under," "Injunction Granted," "1935," "One-Third of a Nation," "Power," and "Spirochete," as well as from the Negro, Yiddish, and Radio units. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 1 to 82. It is arranged alphabetically by production title, state and city; by surname; or by subject. Some of the subjects included are audience, circus, dance, marionette, publicity, set, technical, theatres, and workshops. Duplicates can be found both within folders and across folders (more than one folder with the same heading); oversize duplicates are included in series two.

Series two is titled Oversize Production Photographs. The series is comprised of photographs relating to productions, including scene shots, stage and set shots, and portraits. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 83 to 88. The series is arranged alphabetically by production title, state and city, or by subject. This series includes oversize duplicates from photographs contained in series one and series three.

Series three is titled Portraits. The series is comprised of headshots and portraits of actors, actresses, and directors involved in Federal Theatre productions. The series includes portraits of unidentified actors and actresses from various plays, such as "It Can't Happen Here," "No More Peace," "Power," "Sing for Your Supper," "Processional," etc. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 88 to 93. The series is arranged alphabetically by surname. Duplicates can be found both within folders and across folders (more than one folder with the same heading); oversize duplicates are included in series two.

Series four is titled Microfiche. The series contains microfiche featuring a variety of subjects that are related to the Federal Theater Project. Each file contains at least one negative and one positive of each subject with most of the files having duplicates. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 95 to 104. It is arranged alphabetically by production title, by surname, or by subject. Some of the subjects included are actors, actresses, authors, audience, circus, dance, directors, employees, marionette, publicity, scenes, set, technical, theatres, and workshops.

Series five is titled Printing Materials. This series is split into three subseries: Zinc Plates and Mats, Woodblocks, and Mimeographs.This series contains zinc plates, mats, mimeographs and woodblocks that were used in the production of publications for the Federal Theater Project. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 105 to 112. The series is arranged alphabetically starting with productions and then going into portraits.

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Arrangement

This collection is organized into three series. Series one is arranged alphabetically by production title, state and city; by surname; or by subject. Series two is arranged alphabetically by production title, state and city, or by subject. Series three is arranged alphabetically by surname.

Series 1: Production Photographs, 1936-1939
Series 2: Oversize Production Photographs,1936-1939
Series 3: Portraits, 1936-1939
Series 4: Microfiche, 1936-1939
Series 5: Printing Materials, 1936-1939

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center holds the Federal Theatre Project collection, which includes numerous personal and organizational records as well as oral histories.

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Index Terms

Corporate Names:

Actors--Photographs.
Federal Theatre Project (U.S.)
Theatre--New York--New York.

Document Types:

Negatives.
Photographs.
Portraits.

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Administrative Information

Alternative Form Available

The costumes and set designs are also available as a series in the FTP digital collection. There are photographs from this collection and other FTP collections in the Federal Theatre Project collection There are also 35 mm microfiche negatives made from original Federal Theatre Project photographs in the early 1980s.

Preferred Citation

Federal Theatre Project Photographs, Collection #C0205, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Donated by the Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, and acquired through purchase.

Processing Information

Processed by Monica Johnson and Joey Romeo in 2012. EAD markup completed by Monica Johnson and Joey Romeo in 2012.

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Contents List

Series 1: Production Photographs, 1936-1939 (84 boxes)
This series consists of photographs and negatives relating to productions, the majority of which are scene shots and portraits of employees, but the series also includes portraits of well-known figures of the day such as Eleanor Roosevelt and the Scottsboro Boys, and prints of audiences, caravan theater, children's theater, circus, community theater presentation, marionette construction, office personnel, posters, radio performances, rehearsals, sets, behind-the-scenes techniques, vaudeville, and workshops. Included are scene and stage production shots from living newspaper productions, such as "Triple-A Plowed Under," "Injunction Granted," "1935," "One-Third of a Nation," "Power," and "Spirochete," as well as from the Negro, Yiddish, and Radio units. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 1 to 82. It is arranged alphabetically by production title, state and city; by surname; or by subject. Some of the subjects included are audience, circus, dance, marionette, publicity, set, technical, theatres, and workshops. Duplicates are included within this series; oversize duplicates are included in series two.
Box Folder
1 1 9 Pine Street (Roslyn, New York), April 21, 1939
2 9 Pine Street (Roslyn, New York), 1930
3 9 Pine Street (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
4 9 Pine Street (Roslyn, New York), April 20, 1939
5 9 Pine Street -- Outside of Theatre, 1930s
6 200 Were Chosen (Peoria, Illinois), 1937
7 1935 -- A Living Newspaper (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 1935 -- A Living Newspaper (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 1935, 1930s
10 Abraham Lincoln, The Great Commoner (Peoria, Illinois), August 28, 1936
11 Accent on Youth (San Diego, California), October 18 - November 10, 1937
12 Accent on Youth (Boston, Massachusetts), March 3, 1938
13 Adding Machine (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
14 Adding Machine (Denver, Colorado), February 26, 1938
15 Adelante (New York City, New York), 1939
16 Adelante (New York City, New York), 1939
17 African Dancers -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Afrique -- Marionette (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
19 After Dark (New Orleans, Louisiana), 1930s
20 Ah, Wilderness (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
Ah, Wilderness production photograph, 1938
Ah, Wilderness production photograph, 1938
Box Folder
1 21 Ah, Wilderness (San Diego, California), January 24, 1938
22 Ah, Wilderness (San Diego, California), January 24, 1938
Ah, Wilderness production photograph, January 24, 1938
Ah, Wilderness production photograph, 1938-01-24
Box Folder
1 23 Ah, Wilderness (San Diego, California), January 24, 1938
24 Ah, Wilderness (Peoria, Illinois), November 26, 1937
25 Ah, Wilderness (Boston, Massachusetts), January 19, 1938
26 Ah, Wilderness (New Orleans, Louisiana), June 3, 1938
Ah, Wilderness production photograph June 3, 1938
Ah, Wilderness production photograph, 1938-06-03
Ah, Wilderness production photograph June 3, 1938
Ah, Wilderness production photograph, 1938-06-03
Ah, Wilderness production photograph June 3, 1938
Ah, Wilderness production photograph, 1938-06-03
Box Folder
1 27 Ah, Wilderness (New Orleans, Louisiana), June 3, 1938
28 Ah, Wilderness (Seattle, Washington), April 1, 1939
29 Ah, Wilderness (Seattle, Washington), April 1, 1939
30 Ah, Wilderness, October 14, 1937
31 Aladdin -- Set photographs, 1930s
32 Aladdin (Los Angeles, California), March 5 - 11, 1938
33 Aladdin (New York City, New York), 1930s
34 Aladdin -- Children's Theater, September 25, 1936
35 Alice In Wonderland (San Diego, California), December 31, 1937
36 Alice In Wonderland (San Diego, California), December 21 - 31, 1937
37 Alice In Wonderland -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), June 15, 1936
Box Folder
2 1 Alice In Wonderland -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), June 15, 1936
2 Alice In Wonderland (New York City, New York), 1937
3 Alice In Wonderland, 1930s
4 Alien Corn (Los Angeles, California), October 12, 1938
5 Alien Corn (Los Angeles, California), September 9 - October 12, 1938
6 Alien Corn (San Francisco, California), August 20, 1938
7 Alien Corn (San Francisco, California), August 20, 1938
8 Alison's House (Los Angeles, California), 1938
9 Alison's House -- Set, 1930s
10 All American Minstrels (New York City, New York), 1936
11 All American Minstrels (New York City, New York), 1936
12 Altars of Steel (Miami, Florida), 1936
14 Altars of Steel (Miami, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia), 1936
13 Altars of Steel (Miami, Florida), 1936
15 Altars of Steel (Atlanta, Georgia), 1936
16 Altars of Steel (Atlanta, Georgia), 1936
17 Altars of Steel (Atlanta, Georgia), 1936
18 The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (Los Angeles, California), April 21, 1938
19 The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (San Francisco, California), February 25, 1938
20 The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (San Francisco, California), February 25, 1938
21 The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
22 The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
23 America Sings (Arkansas), 1930s
24 America Sings (Arkansas), 1930s
25 American Family Robinson, April 26, 1936
26 American Family Robinson -- Set photographs, 1930s
27 American Holiday (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
3 1 American Wing (Boston, Massachusetts), March 17, 1938
2 American Wing (Springfield, Massachusetts), August 11, 1938
3 Androcles and the Lion (Los Angeles, California), December 16, 1937
4 Androcles and the Lion (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
5 Androcles and the Lion (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
6 Androcles and the Lion (Denver, Colorado), January 23, 1938
7 Androcles and the Lion (Denver, Colorado and Washington), 1930s
8 Androcles and the Lion (Atlanta, Georgia), March 17, 1939
9 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
4 1 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Androcles and the Lion (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Androcles and the Lion (New York, Colorado, California, Washington), 1930s
4 Androcles and the Lion (Seattle, Washington), November 4, 1937
5 Animal Kingdom (San Francisco, California), October 15 - 17, 1938
6 Animal Kingdom (San Francisco, California), October 15 - 17, 1938
7 Animal Kingdom (San Francisco, California), October 17, 1938
8 Animal Kingdom (Denver, Colorado), April 22, 1939
9 Animal Kingdom (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
10 Animal Kingdom (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
11 Anna Christie (San Diego, California), 1930s
12 Anna Christie (San Diego, California), 1930s
13 Anna Christie (San Diego, California), 1930s
14 Anna Christie (San Diego, California), September 22 - 29, 1937
15 Anna Christie (Denver, Colorado), January 31, 1938
16 Anna Christie (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
17 Another Language (San Diego, California), July 6, 1937
18 Another Language (San Diego, California), July 6, 1937
19 Another Language (San Diego, California), July 6, 1937
20 Another Language (San Diego, California), July 6, 1937
21 Another Language (Freeport, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
5 1 Another Language (Freeport, New York), 1930s
2 Anthony and Anna (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
3 Anthony and Cleopatra (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
4 Are You Listening -- Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Are You Listening -- Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Arms and the Man (San Diego, California), 1930s
7 Arms and the Man (San Diego, California), October 25 - 27, 1937
8 Arms and the Man (Des Moines, Iowa), December 8, 1937
9 Arms and the Man (Boston, Massachusetts), November 19, 1937
10 Arms and the Man -- Set photographs, October 25 - 27, 1937
11 Around the Corner (Peoria, Illinois), 1937
12 Around the World in 80 Days (Newark, New Jersey), 1930s
13 Around the World in 80 Days (Newark, New Jersey), 1930s
14 Art and Mrs. Bottle (New Orleans, Louisiana), May 6, 1938
15 As Husbands Go (Freeport, New York), 1930s
16 As You Like It -- SERA (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
17 As You Like It (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
18 As You Like It (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
19 Ask Dad (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Ask Dad (New York City, New York), 1936
21 Attention Please (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Attention Please (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Audience, 1930s
24 Audience, 1930s
25 Audience (New York City), 1930s
26 Audience -- Adrienne Marlowe for Portable Theatre, 1930s
27 Audience -- Photograph of Blackstone Theatre, 1930s
28 Audience (Blue Mound, Illinois), 1930s
29 Audience -- Caravan Unit Productions, 1930s
30 Audience -- Caravan Theatre, 1930s
31 Audience -- Children, 1930s
Box Folder
6 1 Audience -- Children Standing, 1930s
2 Audience (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
3 Audience -- Children's Theatre (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Audience -- Circus (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Audience -- Circus (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Audience -- Circus, July 8, 1936
7 Audience -- Circus, 1930s
8 Audience -- Eleanor Roosevelt, 1930s
9 Audience -- Eleanor Roosevelt, 1930s
10 Audience -- The Emperor's New Clothes, 1930s
11 Audience -- The Emperor's New Clothes, 1930s
12 Audience -- The Emperor's New Clothes, 1930s
13 Audience -- Federal Theatre Project of Maine (Dry Mills, Maine), July 20, 1936
14 Audience -- Flotilla of Faith, May 10, 1939
15 Audience -- Folder IV, 1930s
16 Audience -- Folder IV, 1930s
17 Audience -- Help Yourself, July 19, 1937
18 Audience -- Help Yourself -- CCC Camp, 1930s
19 Audience -- House that Jack's Building, May 13, 1939
20 Audience -- House that Jack's Building, May 13, 1939
21 Audience -- Iolanthe, June 14, 1937
22 Audience -- Iolanthe, June 14, 1937
23 Audience -- Interior view of tent (Springfield, Illinois), 1930s
24 Audience -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
25 Audience -- It Can't Happen Here -- Caravan Unit, Owl's Head Park, 1930s
26 Audience -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
27 Audience -- It Can't Happen Here, June 1, 1937
28 Audience -- Life of Stephen Foster (Sloan, New York), August 10, 1936
29 Audience -- Little Jesse James, 1930s
30 Audience -- Little Jesse James, 1930s
31 Audience -- Marionette Division, 1930s
32 Audience -- May Festival, 1930s
33 Audience -- May Festival, 1930s
34 Audience -- Midsummer Night's Dream (New York City, New York), 1930s
35 Audience -- Midsummer Night's Dream, June 4, 1937
36 Audience -- Midsummer Night's Dream, June 1937
37 Audience -- Midsummer Night's Dream, 1930s
38 Audience -- Noah -- Negro, 1930s
39 Audience (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Milwaukee, Wisconsin), 1930s
40 Audience -- Outside Theatre, 1930s
41 Audience -- Outside Theatre, 1930s
42 Audience -- Outdoor Audience Shots, 1930s
43 Audience -- Outdoor ground shots of audience, 1930s
44 Audience -- Pinocchio, May 1939
45 Audience -- Pinocchio -- Joe Penner Theatre Party, December 4, 1937
Box Folder
7 1 Audience -- Pirates Ahoy, March 4, 1939
2 Audience -- Pittsburgh Unit -- Government and Postal Employees Picnic (Jacktown, Pennsylvania), September 26 - 28, 1938
3 Audience -- Audience shots with police officers, 1930s
4 Audience -- Portable Theatre, 1930s
5 Audience -- Portable Theatre (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Audience -- Portable Theatre (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Audience -- Portable Theatre Unit at St. Mary's Park (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Audience -- Portable Theatre Unit, 1930s
9 Audience -- Portable Theatre Unit, 1930s
10 Audience -- President's Ball, 1930s
11 Audience -- President's Ball, 1930s
12 Audience -- Rip Van Winkle -- Buffalo Historical Marionettes (Buffalo, New York), July 7, 1936
13 Audience -- Rip Van Winkle -- Western Historical Marionettes (White Plains, New York), August 13, 1937
14 Audience -- The Show Off, June 4, 1937
15 Audience -- The Show Off, June 4, 1937
16 Audience -- The Show Off, 1930s
17 Audience -- Standing audience shots, 1930s
18 Audience -- Tons of Money, June 10, 1937
19 Audience -- Tons of Money, June 10 - 11, 1937
20 Audience -- Treasure Island, June 9 - 14, 1938
21 Audience -- Treasure Island, June 14, 1938
22 Audience -- Unidentified, 1930s
23 Audience -- Unidentified, 1930s
24 Audience -- Unidentified, 1930s
25 Audience -- Variety Unit 2B, June 7, 1937
26 Audience -- Variety Unit 2B, June 7, 1937
27 Audience -- Vaudeville Pittsburgh Unit, September 28, 1938
28 Audience (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), 1930s
29 Autumn Crocus (New Orleans, Louisiana), September 30, 1938
30 Awake and Sing (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
31 Awake and Sing (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
32 Awake and Sing (Los Angeles, California), March 20, 1937
Box Folder
8 1 Awake and Sing -- Yiddish (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
2 Awake and Sing (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Awake and Sing -- Yiddish (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Awake and Sing (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Awake and Sing (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Awards, 1930s
7 Awards, 1930s
8 Awards -- Photograph of Marc Connolly presenting Jacob Riis Memorial Cup to William Gilman, 1930s
9 Awards -- Photograph of Marc Connolly presenting Jacob Riis Memorial Cup to William Gilman, 1930s
10 Backstage -- Portrait (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), October 31, 1938
11 Backwash (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Backwash (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Backwash (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Backwash (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 The Bad Man (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 The Bad Man (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Ballet Fedre (Chicago, Illinois), January 27 - February 29, 1938
18 Ballet Fedre (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
19 Ballet Fedre (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
Ballet Fedre, Chicago, Illinois January 27, 1938
Ballet Fedre, Chicago, Illinois, 1938-01-27
Box Folder
8 20 Ballet Fedre (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
21 Barber, Philip, 1930s
22 The Barker (Freeport, New York), 1930s
23 The Barker (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 The Barker (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
9 1 Bassa Moona (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Bassa Moona (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Bassa Moona (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Bassa Moona (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 The Bat (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
6 The Bat (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 The Bat (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 The Bat (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Battle Hymn (San Francisco, California), December 1936 - February 1937
10 Battle Hymn (San Francisco, California), December 1936 - February 1937
11 Battle Hymn (San Francisco, California), 1930s
12 Battle Hymn (San Francisco, California), December 1936 - January 1937
13 Battle Hymn (San Francisco, California), December 1936 - January 1937
14 Battle Hymn (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Battle Hymn (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
10 1 Battle Hymn (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Battle Hymn (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Battle Hymn (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Battle Hymn (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Battleshy -- Set photographs and negatives, 1930s
6 Be Seated (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Be Seated (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Becque, Don Oscar, 1930s
9 Behold This Dreamer (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
10 Behold This Dreamer (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
11 Behold This Dreamer (Denver, Colorado), April 16, 1938
12 Le Berceau (Los Angeles, California), December 15, 1936
13 The Best Cure (Atlanta, Georgia), December 30, 1938
14 The Best Cure (New Orleans, Louisiana), December 10, 1938
15 The Best Cure (Boston, Massachusetts), July 14, 1938
16 The Best Cure (Manchester, New Hampshire), June 13, 1938
17 The Best People (Syracuse, New York), October 15, 1936
18 Bethlehem (Portland, Maine), December 18, 1938
19 Bethlehem (Portland, Maine), December 18, 1938
20 Beyond the Horizon (San Francisco, California), March 18, 1937
21 Beyond the Horizon (San Francisco, California), March 18, 1937
22 The Big Blow (Los Angeles, California), June 5, 1939
23 The Big Blow (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
24 The Big Blow (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 The Big Blow (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 The Big Blow (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 The Big Blow (New York City, New York), 1930s
28 The Big City (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
11 1 Big Hearted Herbert (San Diego, California), August 4, 1936
2 Big Hearted Herbert (San Diego, California), August 4, 1936
3 Big Hearted Herbert, 1930s
4 Big White Fog (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
5 Big White Fog -- International House Theatre (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
6 Big White Fog (Chicago, Illinois), April 6, 1938
7 Big White Fog (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
8 Big White Fog (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Bill of Divorcement (San Diego, California), February 23, 1939
10 Bill of Divorcement -- Set (San Diego, California), February 23, 1939
11 The Bird of Paradise (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
12 The Bird of Paradise (Los Angeles, California), November 23, 1938
13 The Bird of Paradise -- Set, 1930s
14 Birds (Roslyn, New York), September - October 1938
15 Birds (Roslyn, New York), October 15 - 19, 1938
16 Birds (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
17 Birds (Roslyn, New York), September 27, 1938
18 Birds (Roslyn, New York), September 27, 1938
19 Birthday Party (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Birthday Party (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 The Bishop Misbehaves (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
22 The Bishop Misbehaves (San Diego, California), May 11-12, 1938
23 The Bishop Misbehaves (Miami, Florida), 1930s
24 The Bishop Misbehaves (Peoria, Illinois), 1937
25 The Bishop Misbehaves -- Set photographs, 1930s
26 Black and White Review (Boston, Massachusetts), June 18, 1938
27 Black Crook (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
28 Black Crook (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
29 Black Empire (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
30 Black Empire (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
31 Black Empire (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
32 Black Empire (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
33 Black Empire (Seattle, Washington), February 17, 1938
34 Black Empire (Seattle, Washington), February 17, 1938
35 Black Empire (Seattle, Washington), February 17, 1938
36 Black Empire (Seattle, Washington), February 17, 1938
37 Black Plays -- Contact Sheet, 1930s
38 Black Plays -- Unidentified Black Productions, 1930s
39 Blind Alley (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
40 Blind Alley (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
41 Blind Alley (Los Angeles, California), March 23, 1937
42 Blind Alley (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
Box Folder
12 1 Blind Alley (San Diego, California), February 11, 1937
2 Blind Alley (San Diego, California), February 11, 1937
3 Blind Alley (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
4 Blind Alley (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
5 Blind Alley (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
6 Blind Alley (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
7 Blind Alley (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
8 Blind Alley (Seattle, Washington), March 10, 1937
9 The Boiled Eggs -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 The Boiled Eggs -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 The Boiled Eggs -- Marionette (Manchester, New Hampshire), March 3, 1939
12 Both Your Houses (Oakland, California), 1930s
13 Both Your Houses (Oakland, California), June 18, 1936
14 Bound East for Cardiff -- Negro (New York City, New York), October 20, 1937
15 Boy Meets Girl (Los Angeles, California), January 26, 1938
16 Boy Meets Girl (San Diego, California), 1930s
17 Boy Meets Girl (San Diego, California), October 11, 1937
18 Boy Meets Girl (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
19 Boy Meets Girl (Denver, Colorado), March 24, 1939
20 Boy Meets Girl (Peoria, Illinois), November 26, 1937
21 Boy Meets Girl (Peoria, Illinois), November 26, 1937
22 Boy Meets Girl (Miami, Florida), January 30, 1938
23 Boy Meets Girl (Miami, Florida), 1930s
24 Boy Meets Girl (Miami, Florida), October 6, 1937
25 Boy Meets Girl (Miami, Florida), 1930s
26 Boy Meets Girl (Atlanta, Georgia), 1937
27 Boy Meets Girl (Boston, Massachusetts), August 25, 1938
28 Boy Meets Girl -- Set, 1930s
29 Boy Meets Girl -- Set, 1930s
30 Boy Meets Girl, 1930s
31 Braddock, Jimmy, 1930s
32 Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
33 Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby (Seattle, Washington), May 14, 1938
34 The Bride the Sun Shines On (Miami, Florida), September 18, 1938
35 Brocco, Peter (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
36 Brocco, Peter (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
37 Broken Dishes (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
38 Broken Dishes, 1930s
39 Brother Mose (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
40 Brothers (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
41 Brothers (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
42 Brothers (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
43 Brothers (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
44 Brothers -- Set, 1930s
Box Folder
13 1 Buffalo Marionette Project, 1936 - 1937
2 Caesar and Cleopatra (Los Angeles, California), March 17, 1938
3 Caesar and Cleopatra (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
4 Caesar and Cleopatra -- Set, 1930s
5 Caesar and Cleopatra, 1930s
6 Calling All Tars (Oakland, California), 1930s
7 Calling All Tars (Oakland, California), 1930s
8 Calling All Tars (Oakland, California), May 28, 1936
9 Calling All Tars (Oakland, California), May 28, 1936
10 Calling All Tars (Oakland, California), May 28, 1936
11 Camel Through The Needle's Eye (San Diego, California), October 5, 1938
12 Camel Through The Needle's Eye -- Set (San Diego, California), October 5, 1938
13 Camp, Clifton, 1930s
14 Can You Hear Their Voices? (Poughkeepsie, New York), 1930s
15 Candide (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Candide (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Candide (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Candide (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Candlelight (San Diego, California), June 8 - 9, 1937
20 Candlelight (San Diego, California), June 8 - 9, 1937
21 Candlelight (San Diego, California), June 8, 1937
22 Candlelight -- Set (San Diego, California), June 8, 1937
23 Candlelight (Denver, Colorado), May 24, 1937
24 Candlelight (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), November 3, 1937
25 Candlelight (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), November 3, 1937
26 Captain Brassbound's Conversion (Los Angeles, California), September 21 - 23, 1938
27 Captain Brassbound's Conversion (Los Angeles, California), September 21 - 23, 1938
28 Captain Brassbound's Conversion (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
29 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
30 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
Box Folder
14 1 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
2 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
3 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
4 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
5 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
6 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
Box Folder
15 1 Captain Kidd -- Marionette (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
2 Captain Kidd (White Plains, New York), December 27, 1937 and October 7, 1938
3 Captain Kidd (White Plains, New York), December 27, 1937 and October 7, 1938
4 Captain What-the-Devil (New Orleans, Louisiana), 1930s
5 Caravan Theatre -- Portable (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Caravan Theatre (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Carnival of Nations (Portland, Oregon), July 10 - 15, 1936
8 Carnival of Nations (Portland, Oregon), July 10 - 15, 1936
9 The Case of Philip Lawrence (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 The Case of Philip Lawrence (New York City, New York), 1937
11 The Case of Philip Lawrence (New York City, New York), 1937
12 The Case of Philip Lawrence (New York City, New York), 1937
13 The Case of Philip Lawrence (New York City, New York), 1937
Box Folder
95 1 C.C.C. Camp (unidentified production), circa 1935-1939
11 negatives with vinegar syndrome of audiences, actors, and men playing football at CCC camps.
Box Folder
94 17 C.C.C. Camp (unidentified production), 1930s
Box Folder
15 14 C.C.C. Murder Mystery (Syracuse, New York), 1930s
15 C.C.C. Murder Mystery (Syracuse, New York), 1930s
16 C.C.C. Murder Mystery (Syracuse, New York), 1930s
17 C.C.C. Murder Mystery (Syracuse, New York), 1930s
18 C.C.C. Project -- Play Winners, 1930s
19 C.C.C. Prize Winners Portrait, 1930s
20 Censored (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
21 Censored -- NYPL, 1930s
22 Chalk Dust (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
23 Chalk Dust (San Francisco, California), June 5 - 6, 1936
24 Chalk Dust (San Francisco, California), June 5 - 6, 1936
25 Chalk Dust (San Francisco, California), 1930s
26 Chalk Dust (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 Chalk Dust (New York City, New York), 1930s
28 Chalk Dust (New York City, New York), 1930s
29 Chalk Dust (New York City, New York), 1930s
30 Cherokee Nights (New York City, New York), 1930s
31 Cherokee Nights (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
16 1 Chester Christmas Cycle (Jacksonville, Florida), November 30, 1937
2 Children's Festival -- Autumn Festival (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Children's Theatre (Gary, Indiana), 1930s
4 Christmas Play (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
5 Cinderella (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
6 Cinderella (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
7 Circus -- African Warriors, 1930s
8 Circus -- Backstage, 1930s
9 Circus -- Band, 1930s
10 Circus -- Bears, 1930s
11 Circus -- Clowns, 1930s
12 Circus -- Clowns, 1930s
13 Circus -- Elephant, 1930s
14 Circus -- In the ring, 1930s
15 Circus -- In the ring, 1930s
16 Circus (Buffalo, New York), October 14, 1936
17 Circus -- Parade, 1930s
18 Circus -- Performers, 1930s
19 Circus -- Performers, 1930s
20 Circus -- Publicity, 1930s
21 Circus -- Tent, 1930s
22 Circus -- Tent, 1930s
23 Circus -- Unidentified, 1930s
24 Circus -- Wild West Show, 1930s
25 Circus -- Wild West Show, 1930s
26 Circus Days -- Marionette (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
27 City Scenes -- Broadway (New York City, New York), 1930s
28 City Scenes -- Foreign Types, 1930s
29 City Scenes -- Harlem Holiday (New York City, New York), 1930s
30 City Scenes -- Hershey Building, 1930s
31 City Scenes -- Hospitals (New York City, New York), 1930s
32 Clap Hands (New York City, New York), 1930s
33 Clap Hands (New York City, New York), 1930s
34 Clarence, February 1936
35 Class of '29 (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
36 Class of '29 (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
37 Class of '29 (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
38 Class of '29 (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
39 Class of '29 (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
17 1 Class of '29 (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Class of '29 (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Class of '29 (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Class of '29 (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Clitterhouse -- Set, 1930s
6 Clock on the Stairs (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Clock on the Stairs (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Clown Prince (Seattle, Washington), November 20, 1937
9 Clown Prince (Seattle, Washington), November 20, 1937
10 Collage of FTPs, 1930s
11 Collage of FTPs, 1930s
12 Comedy of Errors (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Comedy of Errors (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Community Theatre -- Public Schools (Brooklyn, New York), 1930s
15 Community Theatre (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Community Theatre -- Religious Groups (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Community Theatre -- Unidentified Groups (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Concert of Modern Dance (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
19 Concert of Modern Dance (Los Angeles, California), September 27, 1938
20 Conjur Man Dies (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Conjur Man Dies (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Conjur Man Dies (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Conjur Man Dies (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Conjur Man Dies, 1930s
25 Constitution -- New York City Pageant (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 The Copperhead (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
Box Folder
18 1 Co-Respondent Unknown (Peoria, Illinois), 1937
2 Co-Respondent Unknown (Syracuse, New York), June 6, 1936
3 Coriolanus (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Coriolanus (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Coriolanus (Roslyn, New York), November 1937
6 Coriolanus (Roslyn, New York), November 1937
7 Counselor-at-Law (San Diego, California and Seattle, Washington), 1938
8 Counselor-at-Law (San Diego, California), March 29, 1938
9 Counselor-at-Law (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
10 Counselor-at-Law (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
11 Counselor-at-Law (Boston, Massachusetts), February 23, 1938
12 Counselor-at-Law (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
13 Counselor-at-Law -- Set photographs, March 29, 1938
14 Counselor-at-Law, March 29, 1938
15 Counselor-at-Law, March 29, 1938
16 Coxe, Maria -- Author of "If Ye Break Faith," 1930s
17 Cradle Snatchers (Los Angeles, California), July 13, 1936
18 Cradle Snatchers (San Diego, California), September 29, 1936
19 Cradle Snatchers (San Diego, California), September 29, 1936
20 Cradle Snatchers (San Diego, California), September 29, 1936
21 The Cradle Will Rock (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 The Cradle Will Rock (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 The Cradle Will Rock (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 The Cradle Will Rock (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 The Cradle Will Rock, 1930s
Box Folder
94 21 Created Equal (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
22 Created Equal (Newark, New Jersey and Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
Box Folder
18 26 The Cricket on the Hearth (San Francisco, California), December 1937
27 The Cricket on the Hearth (San Francisco, California), December 11, 1937
28 The Cricket on the Hearth (San Francisco, California), December 11, 1937
Box Folder
19 1 Criminal at Large (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
2 Criminal at Large (Denver, Colorado), August 20, 1938
3 Criminal at Large (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
4 Criminal at Large (Miami, Florida), 1930s
5 Criminal at Large (Miami, Florida), 1930s
6 Criminal at Large (Hempstead, New York), April 20, 1936
7 Criminal at Large (Hempstead, New York), April 20, 1936
8 Criminal at Large (Hempstead, New York), April 20, 1936
9 Criminal at Large (Hempstead, New York), April 20, 1936
10 Criminal at Large -- High School (Hempstead, New York), April 30, 1936
11 Criminal at Large (Syracuse, New York), October 22, 1936
12 The Crock of Gold (Los Angeles, California), March 1936
13 The Crock of Gold -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), April 13, 1936
14 The Crock of Gold -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), April 13, 1936
15 Crocodile (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), August 29, 1938
16 The Curtain Goes Up (Seattle, Washington), November 13, 1936
17 The Curtain Goes Raises (Salem, Massachusetts), 1930s
18 The Curtain Goes Raises (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
19 Dailey, Dan -- Sing for Your Supper, 1930s
20 Dance (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
21 Dance (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
22 Dance -- Awards (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Dance (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
Box Folder
20 1 Dance -- Auditions (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Dance -- Dancers (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Dance -- Rehearsal (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), August 25, 1938 and February 27, 1939
4 Dance -- Rehearsal (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1930s
5 The Dance of Death (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 The Dance of Death (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 The Dance of Death (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 The Dance of Death (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 The Dance of Death (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 A Dance Program for Young Folk (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 A Dance Program for Young Folk (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 A Dance Program for Young Folk (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Davy Crockett (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Davy Crockett (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Days Without End (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
16 Days Without End (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
17 Days Without End (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
18 Days Without End (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
19 Death Takes the Wheel -- Marionette (Buffalo, New York), October 14, 1936
20 Death Takes the Wheel -- Marionette (White Plains, New York), May 25, 1938
21 Death Takes the Wheel -- Marionette, 1930s
22 The Devil Passes (San Francisco, California), December 22, 1936
23 The Devil Passes (San Francisco, California), December 22, 1936
Box Folder
21 1 The Devil Passes (San Francisco, California), December 22, 1936
2 The Devil Passes (San Francisco, California), December 22, 1936
3 The Devil's Disciple (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
4 The Devil's Disciple (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
5 The Devil's Disciple (Denver, Colorado), June 20, 1938
6 The Devil's Disciple (Atlanta, Georgia), 1930s
7 The Devil's Disciple (Atlanta, Georgia), November 26, 1937
8 The Devil's Disciple (Chicago, Illinois), November 25, 1937 - January 15, 1938
9 Die Apostel (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Diff'rent (Roslyn, New York), November 24, 1937
11 Diff'rent (Roslyn, New York), November 24, 1937
12 Diff'rent (Roslyn, New York), November 24, 1937
13 Doctor Faustus (Atlanta, Georgia), 1930s
14 Doctor Faustus (Atlanta, Georgia), 1930s
15 Doctor Faustus (Boston, Massachusetts), September 15, 1938
16 Doctor Faustus (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Doctor Faustus (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Doctor Faustus (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Doctor Faustus (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Doctor Faustus (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Doctor Faustus (Roslyn, New York), September 15, 1938
22 Dr. Martin and co. magic and illusion, 1930s
23 Doctor Wespie (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
22 1 Don Quixote -- Marionette (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
2 Don Quixote -- Marionette (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
3 Double Door (San Diego, California), September 15, 1936
4 Double Door (San Diego, California), September 15, 1936
5 Double Door (San Diego, California), September 15, 1936
6 Double Door (San Diego, California), September 15, 1936
7 The Dover Road (San Diego, California), August 17, 1937
8 The Dover Road (San Diego, California), August 17, 1937
9 The Dover Road (San Diego, California), August 17, 1937
10 The Dover Road (San Diego, California), August 18, 1937
11 The Dover Road (Salem, Massachusetts), 1930s
12 Dracula (Los Angeles, California), February 15, 1938
13 Dracula (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
14 The Dragon Snee Zee -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 The Dragon Snee Zee -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 The Dragon Snee Zee -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 The Dragon's Tale -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 The Dragon's Wishbone -- Marionette (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
19 The Dragon's Wishbone -- Marionette (Denver, Colorado), October 7, 1938
20 The Dragon's Wishbone -- Marionette (Denver, Colorado), October 7, 1938
21 The Dragon's Wishbone -- Vaudeville Unit (Tampa, Florida), February 19, 1939
22 The Drunkard (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
23 The Drunkard (New Orleans, Louisiana), February 10, 1939
24 The Drunkard (Holyoke, Massachusetts), September 8, 1938
25 Duley (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
26 Dus Groise Gevins (Boston, Massachusetts), December 6, 1938
27 Dus Groise Gevins (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
28 East is West (Los Angeles, California), November 30, 1936
29 East is West (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
30 Edson, Eda -- Follow the Parade (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
31 Enimal Mensch (New York City, New York), 1930s
32 El Nino Judio (Tampa, Florida), 1930s
33 Emperor Jones -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), April 2, 1937
34 Emperor Jones -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), April 2, 1937
35 Emperor Jones -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), April 2, 1937
36 Emperor Jones -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), April 2, 1937
37 Emperor Jones -- Marionette (San Francisco, California and Boston, Massachussets), 1930s
38 Emperor Jones -- Marionette (Boston, Massachusetts), February 10, 1938
39 Emperor Jones -- Marionette, February 10, 1938
40 Emperor's New Clothes -- Federal Children's Theatre, 1930s
Box Folder
23 1 Emperor's New Clothes (Miami, Florida), December 23, 1938
2 Emperor's New Clothes (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Emperor's New Clothes (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Emperor's New Clothes (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Emperor's New Clothes (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Emperor's New Clothes (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Emperor's New Clothes (Cleveland, Ohio), June 5, 1937
8 The End of the Beginning (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
9 Enemy of the People (Los Angeles, California), June 9, 1936
10 Enemy of the People (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 Enemy of the People (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Enemy of the People (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Engaged (Jacksonville, Florida), August 16, 1937
14 Engaged (Miami, Florida), 1930s
15 Esto no Pasara Aqui (Tampa, Florida), November 1, 1936
16 Eternal Prodigal (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Eternal Prodigal (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Eternal Prodigal (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Eternal Wanderer (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Ethiopia (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Ethiopia (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 An Evening with Dunbar (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
23 Everyman (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
24 Everyman (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
25 Everyman (Jacksonville, Florida), November 30, 1937
26 Excursion (Los Angeles, California), May 3, 1939
27 Excursion (San Francisco, California), July 8, 1938
Box Folder
24 1 Excursion (San Francisco, California), July 8, 1938
2 Excursion (San Francisco, California), July 8, 1938
3 Excursion (San Francisco, California), 1930s
4 Excursion (Atlanta, Georgia), October 22, 1937
5 Excursion (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), November 10, 1937
6 Exhibitions -- Madame Sikelianos Exhibit (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Exhibitions -- Marionettes (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Exhibitions -- Museum of Modern Art (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Exhibitions -- 71st Armory (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Exhibitions -- Women's Expositions (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Fair and Warmer (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Fair and Warmer (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Fair and Warmer (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 The Family Upstairs (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Fantasy 1939 -- Dance (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Fantasy 1939 -- Dance (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Fantasy 1939 -- Dance (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 The Farmer Takes a Wife (San Francisco, California), July 27, 1936
19 The Farmer Takes a Wife (San Francisco, California), July 27, 1936
20 The Farmer Takes a Wife (Miami, Florida), May 28, 1939
21 The Farmer Takes a Wife (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), January 6, 1938
22 The Farmer Takes a Wife (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), January 6, 1938
23 Federal Art Project, 1930s
24 Federal Ballet -- Chicago Dance (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
25 Federal Ballet -- Chicago Dance (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
26 Federal Ballet -- Chicago Dance (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
27 Federal Ballet -- Chicago Dance, 1st edition (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
28 Federal Ballet -- Chicago Dance, 2nd edition (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
29 Federal Ballet -- Ruth Page and Bentley Stone, 1930s
Box Folder
25 1 Federal Housing Exposition (White Plains, New York), May 13 - 14, 1937
2 Federal Music Project -- Madison Square Garden (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Federal Theatre Project -- Auto registration (New York City, New York), 1938
4 Federal Theatre Project -- Time Sheet (Albany, New York), 1930s
5 Federal Theatre Project -- Productions Chart (Roslyn, New York), 1939
6 Federal Theatre Project -- Productions Charts (Roslyn, New York), 1939
7 Federal Theatre Project -- Research (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
8 Federal Theatre Project -- Workshop (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
9 Federal Varieties (Syracuse, New York), 1930s
10 Ferdinand the Bull -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Ferdinand the Bull -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Ferdinand the Bull, 1930s
13 Ferdinand the Bull, 1930s
14 Festival of American Dance (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
15 Festival of American Dance (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
16 Festival of American Dance (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
17 The Field God -- Negro (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
18 The Firebrand (Miami, Florida), January 2, 1938
19 The Fireman's Flame (Atlanta, Georgia), April 28, 1938
20 The First Legion (San Francisco, California), April - July 1936
21 The First Legion (San Francisco, California), April - July 1936
22 The First Legion (San Francisco, California), May 11, 1936
23 The First Man (Boston, Massachusetts), October 29, 1937
24 The First Mrs. Fraser (San Diego, California), 1930s
25 The First Mrs. Fraser (Freeport, New York), 1930s
26 Flanagan, Hallie, 1930s
Hallie Flanagan with radio microphone 1936
Hallie Flanagan with radio microphone, 1936
Box Folder
26 1 Flanagan, Hallie, 1930s
2 Flanagan, Hallie, 1930s
3 Flight (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Flight (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Flight (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Flight (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
7 The Florist Shop (Muskogee, Oklahoma), 1930s
8 Fly Away Home (Salem, Massachusetts), February 2, 1938
9 Fly Away Home (Salem, Massachusetts), February 2, 1938
10 Follow the Parade (Los Angeles, California), April 1, 1936
Follow the Parade April 1, 1936
Follow the Parade, 1936-04-01
Follow the Parade April 1, 1936
Follow the Parade, 1936-04-01
Box Folder
26 11 Follow the Parade (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
12 Follow the Parade (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
13 Follow the Parade (Tampa, Florida), May 25, 1938
14 Follow the Parade -- On tour (Dallas, Texas), 1930s
Texas Bowl 1936
Texas Bowl, 1936
Stage at the Texas Centennial Exposition 1936
Stage at the Texas Centennial Exposition, 1936
Box Folder
26 15 Folson, Robert, 1930s
16 The Fool (Oakland, California), September 8, 1936
17 The Fool (San Diego, California), December 26, 1936
18 The Fool (San Diego, California), December 26, 1936
19 Frankie and Johnny -- Federal Ballet (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
20 Frankie and Johnny -- Federal Ballet (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
21 Frankie and Johnny -- Federal Ballet (Chicago, Illinois), 1937
22 Free, Adult, Uncensored, 1930s
23 Freeport Relief Committee (Freeport, New York), September 17, 1936
24 Fresh Fields (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
25 Fresh Fields (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
27 1 Fresh Fields (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
2 Genesis (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
3 Genesis (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
4 Genesis (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
5 Genesis (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
6 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (San Diego, California), May 11, 1939
7 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (San Diego, California), May 11, 1939
8 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (San Diego, California), May 11, 1939
9 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Roslyn, New York), November 14, 1938
10 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Roslyn, New York), November 14, 1938
11 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Roslyn, New York), 1938
12 Gerwing, George -- Western Division, 1930s
13 The Ghost Train (San Diego, California), 1930s
14 The Ghost Train (San Diego, California), August 18, 1936
15 The Ghost Train (San Diego, California), August 18, 1936
16 The Ghost Train (Peoria, Illinois), August-September 1937
17 Gilbert and Sullivan (Brooklyn, New York), 1930s
18 Gilbert and Sullivan -- Traveling (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
28 1 The Girl of the Golden West (San Diego, California), 1930s
2 The Girl of the Golden West (San Diego, California), October 20, 1936
3 The Girl of the Golden West (San Diego, California), October 20, 1936
4 The Girl of the Golden West (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
5 The Girl of the Golden West (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
6 The Girl of the Golden West (Jacksonville, Florida), April 4, 1938
7 Girl Wants Glamour (Tacoma, Washington), September 19, 1936
8 Girl Wants Glamour (Tacoma, Washington), September 19, 1936
9 Gleason, Adda (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 God of Vengeance -- Yiddish (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 God of Vengeance -- Yiddish (Los Angeles, California), January 6, 1937
12 God of Vengeance -- Yiddish (Los Angeles, California), January 6, 1937
13 Gods of the Lightning (Los Angeles, California), September 1, 1937
14 Gods of the Lightning (Los Angeles, California), September 1, 1937
15 Gods of the Lightning (Los Angeles, California), September 1, 1937
16 Gods of the Lightning (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
17 The Gondoliers (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 The Gondoliers (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 The Gondoliers (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 The Good Fairy (Freeport, New York), 1930s
21 The Good Old Summertime (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
22 The Good Old Summertime, 1930s
23 The Goose Hangs High (Los Angeles, California), December 14, 1936
24 The Goose Hangs High (Los Angeles, California), December 14, 1936
25 Government Projects -- C.C.C. (Maine), 1930s
26 Government Projects -- C.C.C. (Oklahoma), 1930s
27 The Great Barrington (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
28 The Great Barrington (Los Angeles, California), February 16 - 17, 1938
29 The Great Barrington (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
30 The Great Barrington (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
31 The Great Barrington (Boston, Massachusetts), April 14, 1938
Box Folder
29 1 The Great Catherine (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 The Great Catherine (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Green Grow the Lilacs (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
4 Green Grow the Lilacs (Los Angeles, California), January 6, 1937
5 Green Grow the Lilacs (Miami, Florida), 1930s
6 Green Grow the Lilacs (Salem, Massachusetts), April 6, 1938
7 Green Grow the Lilacs (Cincinnati, Ohio), October 7, 1937
8 Guns and Castanets -- Federal Ballet (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
9 Gypsy Lullaby -- Children (Gary, Indiana), April 10, 1937
10 Habit (Los Angeles, California), February 10, 1937
11 Habit (Los Angeles, California), February 10, 1937
12 Haiti -- Alvin Childress (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Haiti (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
14 Haiti (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
15 Haiti (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
16 Haiti (Boston, Massachusetts), October 29 - November 6, 1938
17 Haiti (Boston, Massachusetts), October 29 - November 6, 1938
18 Haiti -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Haiti -- Negro (New York City, New York), February 1938
20 Haiti -- Negro (New York City, New York), February 1938
Box Folder
30 1 Haiti -- Negro (New York City, New York), February 1938
2 Haiti -- Negro (New York City, New York), February 1938
3 Hamlet (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
4 Hamlet (Chicago, Illinois), 1939
5 Hamlet (Chicago, Illinois), May 1939
6 Hamlet, 1930s
7 Hanna, Pearl L. -- Chairman of Plays and Pageantry Committee (Mamaroneck, New York), September 26, 1936
8 Hansel and Gretel (Los Angeles, California), February 16, 1937
9 Hansel and Gretel (San Francisco, California), 1930s
10 Hansel and Gretel (San Francisco, California), 1930s
11 Hansel and Gretel (Portland, Oregon), September 1938
12 Hansel and Gretel -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), 1930s
13 Hansel and Gretel -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), 1930s
14 Hansel and Gretel -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), 1930s
15 Hansel and Gretel -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Hansel and Gretel -- Marionette (New York City, New York), December 1, 1937
17 Hansel and Gretel -- Marionette (New York City, New York), December 1, 1937
18 The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden (San Francisco, California), June 22, 1936
19 Harlem Jamboree -- Negro (Peoria, Illinois), 1930s
20 Having Wonderful Time (Los Angeles, California), October 30, 1938
21 Having Wonderful Time (Los Angeles, California), October 30, 1938
22 Having Wonderful Time (Los Angeles, California), September 12, 1938
Box Folder
31 1 Having Wonderful Time (San Francisco, California), October 30, 1938
2 Having Wonderful Time (San Francisco, California), October 30, 1938
3 Having Wonderful Time -- Set, 1930s
4 Heaven and Earth (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Heaven and Earth (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Heaven Bound -- Negro (Atlanta, Georgia), 1930s
7 Heaven Bound -- Negro (Raleigh, North Carolina), 1930s
8 Heaven Bound -- Negro (Raleigh, North Carolina), 1930s
9 An Heir at Large (Jacksonville, Florida), July 25, 1937
10 An Heir at Large (Jacksonville, Florida), July 25, 1937
11 Hell Bent for Heaven (San Diego, California), August 3, 1937
12 Hell Bent for Heaven (San Diego, California), August 3, 1937
13 Hell Bent for Heaven (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
14 Hell Bent for Heaven (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
15 Hell Bent for Heaven (Denver, Colorado), November 1, 1937
16 Hell Bent for Heaven (Atlanta, Georgia), June 3, 1938
17 Hell Bent for Heaven -- Set, August 3, 1937
18 Hell Bent for Heaven, August 3, 1937
19 Help Yourself or Up She Goes (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
20 Help Yourself (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
21 Help Yourself (Los Angeles, California), January 13, 1937 and April 29, 1937
22 Help Yourself (Los Angeles, California), January 13, 1937
23 Help Yourself (Salem, Massachusetts), January 11, 1937
24 Help Yourself (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Help Yourself (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 Help Yourself (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 Help Yourself, 1930s
Box Folder
32 1 Her Majesty the Widow (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
2 Her Majesty the Widow (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
3 Her Majesty the Widow (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
4 A Hero is Born (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 A Hero is Born (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 A Hero is Born (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 A Hero is Born (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Hershborn, Pretez -- author, 1930s
9 Highlight of Dance History (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
10 Highlight of Dance History (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
11 High Tor (Los Angeles, California), 1937
12 High Tor (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
Box Folder
33 1 High Tor (Los Angeles, California), February 21 - 23, 1939
2 High Tor (Miami, Florida), February 17-19, 1939
3 High Tor (Atlanta, Georgia), November 4, 1938
4 High Tor -- Set, 1930s
5 H.M.S. Pinafore (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 H.M.S. Pinafore (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 H.M.S. Pinafore (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Holy Night (Chicago, Illinois), December 15, 1937
9 The Hoosier Schoolmaster (Indianapolis, Indiana), 1930s
10 The Hoosier Schoolmaster (Indianapolis, Indiana), March 20, 1936
11 Horse Eats Hat (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Horse Eats Hat (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Horse Eats Hat (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Horse Eats Hat (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Horse Eats Hat (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Horse Eats Hat (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Horse Eats Hat (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Horse Eats Hat, 1930s
19 Horse Play -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Horse Play -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Horse Play -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Horse Play -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Horse Play, 1930s
24 Horse Play, 1930s
25 Horse Play -- The Scottsboro Boys, 1930s
26 Horse Play -- The Scottsboro Boys, 1930s
27 House of Connelly (Los Angeles, California), February 8, 1937
28 House of Connelly (Los Angeles, California), February 8, 1937
29 The House of Juke (San Francisco, California), January 22, 1936
30 House that Jack is Building (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1930s
31 Houseman and Barber, 1930s
32 Houseman and Barber, 1930s
33 How Long Brethren (New York City, New York), 1930s
34 How Long Brethren (New York City, New York), 1930s
How Long Brethren? Production photograph 1937
How Long Brethren? Production photograph, 1937
How Long Brethren? Production photograph 1937
How Long Brethren? Production photograph, 1937
How Long Brethren? Production photograph 1937
How Long Brethren? Production photograph, 1937
Box Folder
34 1 How Long Brethren (New York City, New York), 1930s
How Long Brethren? Production photograph 1937
How Long Brethren? Production photograph , 1937
How Long Brethren? Production photograph 1937
How Long Brethren? production photograph, 1937
Box Folder
34 2 How Long Brethren (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 How Long Brethren (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Hymn to the Rising Sun (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Hymn to the Rising Sun (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Hymn to the Rising Sun (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Hymn to the Rising Sun (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 I Want a Policeman (San Diego, California), 1930s
9 I Want a Policeman (San Diego, California), September 7, 1938
10 I Want a Policeman (Denver, Colorado), May 28, 1938
11 I Want a Policeman (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
12 I Want a Policeman (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
13 I Want a Policeman (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
14 Idle Inn (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Idle Inn (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Idle Inn (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 If Ye Break Faith (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
18 If Ye Break Faith (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
19 If Ye Break Faith (Denver, Colorado), November 26, 1938
20 If Ye Break Faith (Jacksonville, Florida), November 18, 1938
21 If Ye Break Faith (Jacksonville, Florida), November 18, 1938
22 If Ye Break Faith (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
23 If Ye Break Faith (Miami, Florida), 1930s
24 If Ye Break Faith (New Orleans, Louisiana), 1930s
25 If Ye Break Faith (New Orleans, Louisiana), November 18, 1938
26 If Ye Break Faith, 1930s
27 In Abraham's Bosom (Seattle, Washington), April 21, 1937
28 In His Image (Tacoma, Washington), July 1936
29 In His Image (Tacoma, Washington), July 2, 1936
30 In His Image (Tacoma, Washington), July 2, 1936
31 In His Image (Tacoma, Washington), July 2, 1936
32 In the Zone -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
33 In the Zone -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1937
34 In the Zone -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1937
Box Folder
35 1 Injunction Granted (New York City, New York), July 1936
2 Injunction Granted (New York City, New York), 1930s
Injunction Granted, New York City 1936
Injunction Granted, New York City, 1936
Box Folder
35 3 Injunction Granted (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Injunction Granted, 1930s
5 Les Innocents (Los Angeles, California), February 9, 1937
6 Invitation to the Dance (Tampa, Florida), April 14, 1939
7 Invitation to a Murder (Denver, Colorado), March 11, 1939
8 Invitation to a Murder (Freeport, New York), 1930s
9 Iolanthe (New York City, New York), May 1937
10 Iolanthe (New York City, New York), May 1937
11 Iolanthe (New York City, New York), May 1937
12 Iolanthe (New York City, New York), May 1937
Box Folder
36 1 Iolanthe (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Iolanthe (New York City, New York), May 1937
3 An Irish Alibi (Oklahoma), May 24, 1937
4 Is Zat So? (San Diego, California), December 9, 1936
5 Is Zat So? (San Diego, California), December 9, 1936
6 Is Zat So? -- Negro (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
7 It Can't Happen Here (Alabama, Birmingham, Tampa, Florida, and Cleveland, Ohio), 1930s
8 It Can't Happen Here (Los Angeles, California), October 27, 1936
9 It Can't Happen Here (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 It Can't Happen Here (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 It Can't Happen Here (San Francisco, California), November 13, 1936
12 It Can't Happen Here (San Francisco, California), November 13, 1936
13 It Can't Happen Here (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
14 It Can't Happen Here (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
15 It Can't Happen Here (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
16 It Can't Happen Here (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
17 It Can't Happen Here (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
18 It Can't Happen Here (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
Box Folder
37 1 It Can't Happen Here (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
2 It Can't Happen Here (Miami, Florida), 1930s
3 It Can't Happen Here (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
4 It Can't Happen Here (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
5 It Can't Happen Here (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
6 It Can't Happen Here (New Jersey), 1930s
7 It Can't Happen Here (Brooklyn, New York), 1930s
8 It Can't Happen Here (Buffalo, New York), 1930s
9 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
38 1 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), October 26, 1936
3 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 It Can't Happen Here (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 It Can't Happen Here (Yonkers, New York), 1930s
10 It Can't Happen Here (Yonkers, New York), 1930s
11 It Can't Happen Here (Yonkers, New York), 1930s
12 It Can't Happen Here (Los Angeles, California, New York City, New York, Seattle Washington, Chicago, Illinois, and Newark, New Jersey), 1930s
13 It Can't Happen Here (Seattle, Washington), October 27, 1936
14 It Can't Happen Here (Seattle, Washington), October 27, 1936
15 It Can't Happen Here (Tacoma, Washington), October 1936
16 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
17 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
18 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
19 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
20 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
21 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
22 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
23 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
Box Folder
39 1 It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
2 It Might Happen to You (San Diego, California), April 12, 1939
3 It Might Happen to You (San Diego, California), April 12, 1939
4 It Might Happen to You (San Diego, California), April 12, 1939
5 It's a Wise Child (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
6 It's a Wise Child (Denver, Colorado), May 29, 1939
7 It's a Wise Child (Freeport, New York), 1930s
8 It's in the Air (Oakland, California), 1930s
9 It's in the Air (Oakland, California), May 21, 1936
10 It's in the Air (Oakland, California), May 21, 1936
11 The Ivory Door (Cleveland, Ohio), 1930s
12 The Ivory Door (Cleveland, Ohio), 1930s
13 The Ivory Door (Cleveland, Ohio), 1930s
14 Jack and the Beanstalk (Miami, Florida), October 4, 1937
15 Jack and the Beanstalk (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Jack and the Beanstalk (New York City, New York), September 3, 1937
17 Jack and the Beanstalk (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 James, Florence, et al., 1930s
19 Jennison, Peggy (Miami, Florida), 1930s
20 Jericho -- Negro (Connecticut, Hartford), 1930s
21 Jericho -- Negro (Connecticut, Hartford), 1930s
22 Jericho -- Negro (Salem, Massachusetts), December 1, 1937
23 Jiggins of Jigginstown (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 John Henry (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
25 Johnny Johnson (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
26 Johnny Johnson (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
27 Johnny Johnson (Los Angeles, California), May 28, 1937
28 Johnny Johnson (Los Angeles, California), May 28, 1937
29 Judgment Day (Los Angeles, California), May 26, 1938
30 Judgment Day (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
31 Judgment Day (Los Angeles, California), May 26, 1938
32 Judgment Day (San Diego, California), August 3, 1938
33 Judgment Day (San Diego, California), August 4, 1938
34 Judgment Day (San Francisco, California), April 8, 1938
Box Folder
40 1 Judgment Day (San Francisco, California), April 8, 1938
2 Just Ten Days (New York City, New York), September 1, 1937
3 Justice (San Francisco, California), November 20-21, 1937
4 Justice (San Francisco, California), November 21, 1937
5 Justice (San Francisco, California), November 11, 1937
6 Katcha and the Devil (Portland, Maine), September 6, 1938
7 Katcha and the Devil (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
9 The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
12 Kondolf, George, 1930s
13 Ladies of the Jury (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
14 Ladies of the Jury (Los Angeles, California), January 11, 1937
15 Ladies of the Jury (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
16 Ladies of the Jury (San Diego, California), January 23, 1937
17 Ladies of the Jury (San Diego, California), January 23, 1937
18 Ladies of the Jury (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
19 Ladies of the Jury (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
20 Lady of Letters (San Diego, California), November 16, 1938
21 Lady of Letters (San Diego, California), November 16, 1938
22 Lady of Letters (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
23 Lady of Letters (Denver, Colorado), February 17, 1939
24 Lady Say Yes (San Francisco, California), May 1-16, 1936
25 Lady Say Yes (San Francisco, California), April - May 1936
26 Laff that Off (San Bernardino, California), August 18, 1936
27 Laff that Off (San Bernardino, California), August 18, 1936
28 LaGaurdia, Mayor Fiorello, 1930s
29 Lancaster, Burt, 1930s
30 Landmarks of Romance -- Radio (San Francisco, California), 1930s
31 Lars Killed His Son (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
32 Lars Killed His Son (Los Angeles, California), February 2, 1937
Box Folder
41 1 The Last Warning (San Diego, California), 1930s
2 The Last Warning (San Diego, California), March 15, 1938
3 The Late Christopher Bean (Freeport, New York), 1930s
4 The Late Christopher Bean (Freeport, New York), 1930s
5 Leading Man (Tacoma, Washington), August 7, 1936
6 Leading Man (Tacoma, Washington), August 7, 1936
7 The Left Bank (Boston, Massachusetts), July 7, 1938
8 Legend of Silver Springs (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
9 A Letter to Santa Claus -- Federal Ballet (Chicago, Illinois), December 14, 1938
10 Libel (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), December 8, 1937
11 Life and Death, 1930s
12 Life and Death, 1930s
13 Life and Death of an American (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Life and Death of an American (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Life and Death of an American (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Life of Stephen Foster, August 10, 1936
17 Life's a Villain (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
18 Life's a Villain (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
19 Lightnin (San Diego, California), 1930s
20 Lightnin (San Diego, California), 1930s
21 Lightnin (San Diego, California), June 9, 1936
22 Lightnin (San Diego, California), June 9, 1936
23 Lightnin (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
24 The Lights of London (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 The Lights of London (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 The Lights of London (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 Like Falling Leaves (Los Angeles, California), September 8, 1937
28 Like Falling Leaves (Los Angeles, California), September 8, 1937
29 Liliom (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
Box Folder
42 1 Liliom (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
2 Liliom (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
3 Liliom (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
4 Little Black Sambo (Washington, D.C.), 1930s
Little Black Sambo marionette production in Washington D.C. circa 1935-1939
Little Black Sambo marionette production in Washington D.C., 1935-1939
Box Folder
42 5 Little Black Sambo (Chicago, Illinois), August 28, 1938
6 Little Black Sambo (Chicago, Illinois), August 28, 1938
7 Little Black Sambo (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
Little Black Sambo, Chicago, Illinois production, 1938
Little Black Sambo, Chicago, Illinois production, 1938
Box Folder
42 8 Little Black Sambo (Newark, New Jersey), October 7, 1937
Little Black Sambo marionette production in Newark, New Jersey October 7, 1937
Little Black Sambo marionette production in Newark, New Jersey, 1937-10-07
Box Folder
42 9 Little Jessie James (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Little Jessie James (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Little Jessie James (Mararoneck, New York), September 22, 1936
12 Little Women (San Diego, California), December 14, 1938
13 Little Women (San Francisco, California), December 18, 1938
14 Little Women (San Francisco, California), December 18, 1938
15 Little Women (San Francisco, California), December 18, 1938
16 The Living Newspaper -- 1935 (New York City, New York), 1935
17 Lloyd, Norman, 1930s
18 The Lonely Man (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
19 The Long Voyage Home (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
20 The Long Voyage Home -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 The Long Voyage Home -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 The Long Voyage Home -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 The Long Voyage Home -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 The Long Voyage Home -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Los Gavilanes (Tampa, Florida), 1930s
26 The Lost Colony (Maneo, North Carolina), 1930s
27 The Lost Colony (Maneo, North Carolina), 1930s
28 Lost Horizons (Atlanta, Georgia), December 8, 1938
29 Love and How to Cure It (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
30 Love in Humble Life (New York City, New York), 1930s
31 Love in Humble Life (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
43 1 Loyalties (Los Angeles, California), January 18-20, 1938
2 Loyalties (Roslyn, New York), January 18, 1938
3 Loyalties (Roslyn, New York), January 18, 1938
4 Loyalties (Roslyn, New York), July 1938
5 Lucy Stone (Boston, Massachusetts), May 17, 1939
6 Lucy Stone (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
7 Macbeth (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
8 Macbeth (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
9 Macbeth (Los Angeles, California), July 5, 1937
10 Macbeth (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 Macbeth (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
12 Macbeth (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
13 Macbeth (Indianapolis, Indiana), 1930s
14 Macbeth (Indianapolis, Indiana), 1930s
15 Macbeth (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
16 Macbeth (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
17 Macbeth (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
18 Macbeth (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
Box Folder
44 1 Macbeth -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Macbeth -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Macbeth -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Macbeth -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1936
Macbeth, Voodoo Men 1936
Macbeth, Voodoo Men, 1936
Box Folder
44 5 Macbeth -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Macbeth -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
Macbeth crowd outside theatre March 14, 1936
Macbeth crowd outside theatre, 1936-03-14
Box Folder
44 7 MacClelland, Dorothy -- prominent member of FTP selecting turkey, November 16, 1936
8 Machine Age (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Machine Age (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Madame X (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 The Mad Hopes (San Diego, California), March 10, 1937
12 The Mad Hopes (San Diego, California), 1930s
13 The Mad Hopes (San Diego, California), March 10, 1937
14 The Mad Hopes (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
15 The Mad Hopes (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
16 The Mad Hopes (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), April 20, 1938
17 The Man in the Tree (Miami, Florida), May 15, 1938
18 The Man of Destiny (Atlanta, Georgia), May 17, 1939
19 March of Time, 1930s
20 Marionettes -- Backstage (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Marionettes -- Puppeteers (Washington, D.C.), 1930s
22 Marionettes (Jacksonville, Florida), April 18, 1938
23 Marionettes -- Set Up (Miami, Florida), May 1938
24 Marionettes -- Michael Malkin Puppets (California), 1930s
25 Marionettes (Detroit, Michigan) -- Moon Magic, 1930s
26 Marionettes (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 Marionettes (New York City, New York), 1930s
28 Marionettes (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), August 25, 1938
29 Marionettes -- Puppeteers (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
30 Marionettes -- Puppeteers (Washington, D.C.), 1930s
31 Marionettes -- Unidentified, 1930s
32 Marionettes -- Unidentified, 1930s
33 Marionette Varieties (San Francisco, California), 1930s
34 Marionette Varieties (San Francisco, California), 1930s
35 Marionette -- Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), August 1937
Box Folder
45 1 Marionette -- Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), April, August 1937
2 Marionette -- Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), August 1937
3 Marionette -- Workshop (Washington, D.C.), 1930s
4 Marionette -- Workshop (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Marionette -- Workshop (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 The Marionette Parade (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
7 The Marionette Parade (Los Angeles, California), November 8, 1937
8 Mary's Other Husband (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
9 Mary's Other Husband (San Bernardino, California), September 8, 1936
10 Mary's Other Husband (San Bernardino, California), September 8, 1936
11 Mary's Other Husband (San Diego, California), July 20, 1938
12 Mary's Other Husband (San Diego, California), July 21, 1938
13 Mary's Other Husband (San Diego, California), July 20, 1938
14 Mary's Other Husband (Denver, Colorado), May 13, 1939
15 Mary's Other Husband (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
16 Mary Stuart (Los Angeles, California), April 29, 1936
17 Mary Stuart (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
18 Mary Stuart (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
19 Mary Stuart (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
20 Mary Stuart (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
21 McLean, Scott, 1930s
22 M.D. (Tacoma, Washington), January 13, 1937
23 Me Third (Los Angeles, California), December 11, 1936
24 Me Third (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
25 Me Third (San Francisco, California), March 18, 1938
26 Me Third (San Francisco, California), March 18, 1938
27 Me Third (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
28 Me Third (Los Angeles, California, San Francisco, California, and Denver, Colorado), 1930s
29 Medicine Show (New York City, New York), 1930s
30 Medicine Show (New York City, New York), 1930s
31 Melodies on Parade (New York City, New York), 1937
32 Melodies on Parade (New York City, New York), July 28, 1937
33 Melodies on Parade (New York City, New York), July 28, 1937
34 Men against Microbes (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
35 Men against Microbes -- Marionette (Boston, Massachusetts), March 8, 1939
36 Men against Microbes -- Marionette (Boston, Massachusetts), March 8, 1939
37 Men at Work (Tacoma, Washington), June 11, 1936
Box Folder
46 1 Men Must Fight (Peoria, Illinois), 1930s
2 Men Must Fight, 1930s
3 Merchant of Venice (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
4 Merchant of Venice (Los Angeles, California), March 23, 1937
5 Merchant of Venice (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
6 Merchant of Venice (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
7 Merry Wives of Windsor (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
8 Merry Wives of Windsor (Los Angeles, California), August 2, 1937
9 Merry Wives of Windsor (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 Meteor (San Diego, California), November 30, 1938
11 Meteor (San Diego, California), November 30, 1938
12 Michigan Marionette Unit, 1930s
13 Midsummer Night's Dream (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Midsummer Night's Dream (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Midsummer Night's Dream (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
47 4 The Mikado (New York City, New York) 1930s
Box Folder
46 16 The Mikado in Swing (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
Swing Mikado Los Angeles circa 1935-1939
Swing Mikado Los Angeles, 1935-1939
Swing Mikado Los Angeles circa 1935-1939
Swing Mikado Los Angeles, 1935-1939
Box Folder
46 17 The Mikado -- Swing (Chicago, Illinois), 1938
Box Folder
47 1 The Mikado -- Swing (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
2 The Mikado -- Swing (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
3 The Mikado -- Swing (Chicago, Illinois and New York City, New York), 1930s
5 The Mikado (New York City, New York), May 1937
6 The Mikado -- Swing (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 The Mikado -- Swing (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 The Mikado (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 The Mikado -- Swing, 1930s
Box Folder
71 24 Swing Mikado, 1930s
Box Folder
47 10 The Milky Way (San Diego, California), August 19 - 24, 1938
11 The Milky Way (San Diego, California), August 24-25, 1938
12 The Milky Way (San Francisco, California), July 8, 1938
13 The Milky Way (San Francisco, California), July 8, 1938
14 The Milky Way (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
15 The Milky Way (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
16 The Milky Way (Denver, Colorado), August 6, 1938
17 Miles Gloriosus (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
18 Minnie Fields (San Francisco, California), June 22, 1936
19 The Miser -- Experimental (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 The Miser, 1930s
21 Miss Quis (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
22 Miss Quis (Los Angeles, California), October 25 - 26, 1937
23 Mississippi Rainbow (Peoria, Illinois), July 1937
24 Mississippi Rainbow (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Mississippi Rainbow (Seattle, Washington), January 25, 1939
26 Mississippi Rainbow, July 3, 1937
Box Folder
48 1 Mister Jim (Chicago, Illinois), June 29 - July 8, 1938
2 Mister Jim (Chicago, Illinois), July 8, 1938
3 The Modern Rip (Tampa, Florida), 1930s
4 Monesh (Chicago, Illinois), September 7 - November 14, 1937
5 Moon of the Caribbees -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Moon of the Caribbees -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Moon of the Caribbees -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Moon of the Caribbees -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Moon of the Caribbees -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 A Moral Entertainment (San Francisco, California), October 2, 1938
11 A Moral Entertainment (San Francisco, California), October 2, 1938
12 A Moral Entertainment (San Francisco, California), October 2, 1938
13 A Moral Entertainment (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
14 A Moral Entertainment (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
15 A Moral Entertainment (Boston, Massachusetts), December 22, 1938
16 A Moral Entertainment (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 A Moral Entertainment (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 A Moral Entertainment (Roslyn, New York), May - June 1938
19 Morality Plays (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
20 Morning Hate (San Francisco, California), April 28, 1936
21 Morning Hate (San Francisco, California), April 28, 1936
22 Moving Along (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Moving Along (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Moving Along (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Moving Scenery, 1930s
26 A Murder Has Been Arranged (San Francisco, California), April 22, 1938
27 A Murder Has Been Arranged (San Francisco, California), April 22, 1938
28 A Murder Has Been Arranged (San Francisco, California), April 22, 1938
29 A Murder Has Been Arranged (Peoria, Illinois), 1930s
30 A Murder Has Been Arranged (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), January 13, 1938
31 A Murder Has Been Arranged (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), January 13, 1938
32 Murder in the Cathedral (San Francisco, California), November 13, 1938
33 Murder in the Cathedral (San Francisco, California), 1930s
34 Murder in the Cathedral (San Francisco, California), 1930s
Box Folder
49 1 Murder in the Cathedral (San Francisco, California), November 13, 1938
2 Murder in the Cathedral (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Murder in the Cathedral (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Murder in the Cathedral (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Murder in the Cathedral (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Murder in the Cathedral (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Muse, Clarence, 1930s
8 Music -- Juanita Hall Singers (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Music in Fairyland (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 Music in Fairyland -- Modern Dance (Los Angeles, California), December 16, 1937 - January 21, 1938
11 The Mystery of the Broadwalk Asylum (Los Angeles, California), May 25, 1936
12 The Mystery of the Broadwalk Asylum (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
13 The Mystery of the Broadwalk Asylum (Miami, Florida), April 3, 1938
14 Naples Tavern Inn, 1930s
15 National Anthems (Buffalo, New York), August 27 - October 7, 1936
16 Nathan, Adele Gutman (New Jersey), 1930s
17 Nathan Hale (Cleveland, Ohio), 1930s
18 Native Ground (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Native Ground (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Native Ground (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Nativity (Los Angeles, California), December 16, 1937
22 Nativity (Portland, Maine), January 6, 1938
23 Nativity (Detroit, Michigan), 1930s
24 Nativity (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Natural Man (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
26 Natural Man -- Negro (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
27 Natural Man -- Negro (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
28 Natural Man (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
29 Ned McCobb's Daughter (Freeport, New York), 1930s
30 Ned McCobb's Daughter (Freeport, New York), 1930s
31 New Brooms (San Diego, California), April 13, 1938
32 New Brooms (San Diego, California), April 13, 1938
33 New Brooms (San Diego, California), April 13 - 14, 1938
34 News Clippings (New York City, New York), 1930s
35 A Night at Brenda's (Indianapolis, Indiana), August 6, 1936
36 Night of January 16th (San Diego, California), April 27 - 28, 1938
37 Night of January 16th (San Diego, California), April 27, 1938
38 Night of January 16th (Atlanta, Georgia), March 31, 1938
39 Night of January 16th (Holyoke, Massachusetts), July 1937
40 Night Must Fall (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
41 Night Must Fall (Los Angeles, California), May 3, 1938
Box Folder
50 1 Night Must Fall (San Diego, California), November 2, 1938
2 Night Must Fall (San Deigo, California), November 2, 1938
3 Night Must Fall (San Francisco, California), July 21, 1938
4 Night Must Fall (San Francisco, California), July 21, 1938
5 Night Must Fall (San Francisco, California), July 21, 1938
6 Night Must Fall (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
7 Night Must Fall (Denver, Colorado), December 20, 1938
8 A Night in Paris -- Vaudeville (Oakland, California), 1936
9 A Night in Paris -- Vaudeville (Oakland, California), 1936
10 The Ninth Guest (San Diego, California), March 22, 1939
11 The Ninth Guest (San Diego, California), March 22, 1939
12 The Ninth Guest (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
13 The Ninth Guest (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
14 No More Frontier (San Francisco, California), July 1938
15 No More Frontier (San Francisco, California), 1930s
16 No More Frontier (San Francisco, California), July 1938
17 No More Frontier (San Francisco, California), July 1938
18 No More Frontier (San Francisco, California), July 1938
19 No More Peace (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
51 1 No More Peace (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 No More Peace (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 No More Peace (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 No More Peace (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 No More Peace (Roslyn, New York), June 17, 1937
6 No More Peace (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
7 No More Peace (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
8 Noah (Los Angeles, California), July 2, 1936
9 Noah (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 Noah (Hartford, Connecticut), May 1, 1937
11 Noah (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Noah (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Noah (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Noah (San Antonio, Texas), October 17, 1936
15 Noah (Seattle, Washington), June 1936
16 Noah (Seattle, Washington), June 1936
17 Nude with Pineapple (San Francisco, California), January 10, 1938
18 Nude with Pineapple (San Francisco, California), January 10, 1938
19 Nude with Pineapple (San Francisco, California), January 10, 1938
Box Folder
52 1 Norvelle, Lee -- Scrapbook, 1930s
2 O Say Can You Sing (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
3 O Say Can You Sing (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
4 O Say Can You Sing (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
5 O Say Can You Sing (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
6 O Say Can You Sing (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
7 O Say Can You Sing (Peoria, Illinois), 1930s
8 The Octoroon (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
9 Old Autumn (San Bernardino, California), August 25, 1936
10 Old Autumn (San Bernardino, California), August 25, 1936
11 The Old Homestead (Syracuse, New York), May 23, 1936
12 The Old Maid (Freeport, New York), 1930s
13 The Old Maid (Freeport, New York), September 17, 1936
14 That Old Maid (Freeport, New York), September 17, 1936
15 Oliver Oliver (San Diego, California), May 27, 1937
16 Oliver Oliver (San Diego, California), May 27, 1937
17 Oliver Oliver (San Diego, California), May 27, 1937
18 Oliver Oliver (San Diego, California), May 27, 1937
19 Oliver Twist (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Oliver Twist -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Oliver Twist -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Oliver Twist -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 On The Rocks (New York City, New York), June 1938
24 On The Rocks (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 On The Rocks (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 On The Rocks (New York City, New York), June 1938
Box Folder
53 1 On The Rocks (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 On Top (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 On Top (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 On Top (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 One More Spring (Miami, Florida), 1930s
6 One Sunday Afternoon (San Diego, California), May 25, 1938
7 One Sunday Afternoon (San Diego, California), May 25, 1938
8 One Sunday Afternoon (San Diego, California), May 25-26, 1938
9 One Sunday Afternoon (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
10 One Sunday Afternoon (Jacksonville, Florida), May 13, 1938
11 One-Third of a Nation (Hartford, Connecticut and New Orleans, Louisiana), 1930s
12 One-Third of a Nation (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
13 One-Third of a Nation (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
One-Third of a Nation production photograph January 19, 1939
One-Third of a Nation production photograph, 1939-01-19
One-Third of a Nation production photograph January 19, 1939
One-Third of a Nation production photograph, 1939-01-19
One-Third of a Nation production photograph January 19, 1939
One-Third of a Nation production photograph, 1939-01-19
One-Third of a Nation production photograph January 19, 1939
One-Third of a Nation production photograph, 1939-01-19
Box Folder
53 14 One-Third of a Nation (New Orleans, Louisiana), June 30, 1938
15 One-Third of a Nation (Detroit, Michigan), 1930s
16 One-Third of a Nation (Detroit, Michigan), 1930s
17 One-Third of a Nation (Detroit, Michigan), January 1938
18 One-Third of a Nation (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 One-Third of a Nation (New York City, New York), December 1937 - March 1938
20 One-Third of a Nation (New York City, New York), January 1938
21 One-Third of a Nation (New York City, New York), May 1938
22 One-Third of a Nation (New York City, New York), December 1937 - March 1938
Box Folder
54 1 One-Third of a Nation (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 One-Third of a Nation (New York City, New York), December 1937 - March 1938
3 One-Third of a Nation (Portland, Oregon), October 1936
4 One-Third of a Nation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), October 1938
5 One-Third of a Nation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), October 15 - 31, 1938
6 One-Third of a Nation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), October 15 - 31, 1938
7 One-Third of a Nation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1930s
8 One-Third of a Nation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), October 31, 1938
9 One-Third of a Nation (Seattle, Washington), May 2, 1938
10 One-Third of a Nation (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
11 One-Third of a Nation, 1930s
12 One-Third of a Nation, 1930s
13 Othello (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
14 Othello (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Out of the Night (San Diego, California), November 17, 1936
16 Out of the Night (San Diego, California), November 17, 1936
17 Out of the Night (San Diego, California), November 17, 1936
18 Out of the Night (San Diego, California), November 17, 1936
19 Outside Looking In (Peoria, Illinois), 1937
20 Outward Bound (San Francisco, California), 1930s
Box Folder
55 1 Outward Bound (San Francisco, California), 1930s
2 Outward Bound, 1930s
3 Palace of Truth (White Plains, New York), 1930s
4 Palace of Truth (White Plains, New York), May 21, 1937
5 Parents Wanted (Decatur, Illinois), 1930s
6 Party's Over (Peoria, Illinois), August 1937
7 Party's Over (Peoria, Illinois), August 1937
8 Party's Over (Peoria, Illinois), August 1937
9 Path of Flowers (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Path of Flowers (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Path of Flowers (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Path of Flowers (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Patience (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Patience (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Penny Wise (San Diego, California), March 6, 1939
16 Penny Wise (San Diego, California), March 6, 1939
17 Penny Wise (San Diego, California), March 8, 1939
18 The People's Choice (San Diego, California), July 20, 1937
19 The People's Choice (San Diego, California), July 20, 1937
20 The People's Choice (San Diego, California), July 20, 1937
21 The People's Choice (San Diego, California), July 20, 1937
22 Personal Appearance (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
56 1 Personal Appearance (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
2 Personal Appearance (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
3 Personal Appearance (Cedarhurst, New York), August 24, 1936
4 Personal Appearance, 1930s
5 Personnel, 1930s
6 Personnel (Illinois), 1930s
7 Personnel (Illinois), 1930s
8 Personnel (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
9 Personnel (Freeport, New York), 1930s
10 Personnel -- Living Newspaper Staff (New York), 1930s
11 Personnel -- New York City and Lafayette, 1930s
12 Personnel -- Picketing (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Personnel (White Plains, New York), June 16, 1936
14 Petrified Forest (Miami, Florida), October 16, 1938
15 Petrouchka (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
16 Petrouchka (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
17 Petticoat Parade (Los Angeles, California), December 18, 1937
18 Photographs from 1935, Post Road, and others, 1930s
19 Photographs of Actors and Actresses of Federal Theatre, 1930s
20 Photographs of Unit 1-B, 1930s
21 Photographs of USA Work Program WPA, 1930s
22 Pierre Patelin (Oakland, California), April 18 - 28, 1936
23 Pierre Patelin (Oakland, California), April 28, 1936
24 Pierre Patelin (New York City, New York), October 20, 1937
25 Pierre Patelin -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 Pierre Patelin (New York City, New York), October 20, 1937
Box Folder
57 1 Pinocchio (Los Angeles, California), June 4, 1937
2 Pinocchio (Los Angeles, California), December 4, 1937
3 Pinocchio (Los Angeles, California), December 4, 1937
4 Pinocchio (San Francisco, California), February 9 - 12, 1938
5 Pinocchio (San Francisco, California), February 9 - 12, 1938
6 Pinocchio (San Francisco, California), February 9, 1938
7 Pinocchio (San Francisco, California), February 9 - 12, 1938
8 Pinocchio (Boston, Massachusetts, Los Angeles, California, and New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Pinocchio (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
10 Pinocchio (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Pinocchio (New York City, New York), January 6, 1939
12 Pinocchio (New York City, New York), January 17, 1939
Pinocchio New York production January 17, 1939
Pinocchio New York production , 1939-01-17
Box Folder
57 13 Pinocchio (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Pinocchio, 1930s
15 Pinocchio, 1930s
16 Pioneers of Science -- Radio (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Pirates of Penzance (New York City, New York), May 1937
18 Pirates of Penzance (New York City, New York), May 1937
19 The Pizen Song (Jacksonville, Florida), June 24, 1936
20 Plantation Days (Oakland, California), 1930s
21 Plantation Days (Oakland, California), 1930s
22 Plantation Days -- Negro (Oakland and San Francisco, California), June 19, 1936
23 The Playboy of the Western World (Roslyn, New York), January 12, 1939
Box Folder
58 1 The Playboy of the Western World (Roslyn, New York), January 12, 1939
2 Pomander Walk (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), December 22, 1937
3 Pomander Walk (Boston and Salem, Massachusetts), December 22, 1937
4 Porgy (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
5 Porgy (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
6 Portable Caravan -- Set Up, 1930s
7 Portable Caravan -- Technical, 1930s
8 Portable Caravan -- Variety Unit, June 1937
9 Portable Theatre (Jacksonville, Florida), February 19, 1938
10 Portable Theatre (Jacksonville, Florida), February 19, 1938
11 Possession (Freeport, New York), 1930s
12 Post Road (San Diego, California), October 17, 1938
13 Post Road (San Diego, California), October 17, 1938
14 Post Road (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
15 Post Road (Denver, Colorado), November 5, 1938
16 Post Road (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
17 Post Road (Hempstead, New York), July 2, 1936
18 Post Road (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
59 1 Post Road, 1930s
2 Power (San Francisco, California), July 28 - August 19, 1937
3 Power (San Francisco, California), July 28 - August 19, 1937
4 Power (San Francisco, California), August 19, 1937
5 Power (San Francisco, California), August 19, 1937
6 Power (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
7 Power (New York), 1930s
8 Power (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Power (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Power (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Power (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Power (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
13 Power, February 1937
Box Folder
60 1 Power, 1930s
2 Power, 1930s
3 Power, 1930s
4 Prelude to Swing (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1930s
5 Prelude to Swing (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), June 15, 1939
6 Prelude to Swing (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1930s
7 Prelude to Swing, May 12, 1939
8 The President's Ball, 1930s
9 The President's Ball, 1930s
10 Processional (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Processional (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Processional (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Processional (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Processional (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Production in Frame, 1930s
16 Production in Frame, 1930s
17 Professor Mamlock (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
18 Professor Mamlock (Los Angeles, California), August 16 - 22, 1938
19 Professor Mamlock (San Diego, California), 1938
20 Professor Mamlock (New York), 1930s
21 Professor Mamlock (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Professor Mamlock (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Professor Mamlock (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Project Display at Federal Housing Exposition (White Plains, New York), May 14, 1937
25 Prologue to Glory (Los Angeles, California), June 16, 1938
Box Folder
61 1 Prologue to Glory (Los Angeles, California), June 16 - 19, 1938
2 Prologue to Glory (San Francisco, California), May 5 - 6, 1938
3 Prologue to Glory (San Francisco, California), May 5 - 6, 1938
4 Prologue to Glory (San Francisco, California), 1930s
5 Prologue to Glory (San Francisco, California), 1930s
6 Prologue to Glory (San Francisco, California), May 6, 1938
7 Prologue to Glory (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
8 Prologue to Glory (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
9 Prologue to Glory (Chicago, Illinois, and New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Prologue to Glory (New Orleans, Louisiana), January 1, 1939
11 Prologue to Glory (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Prologue to Glory (New York City, New York), May 1939
13 Prologue to Glory (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Prologue to Glory (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Prologue to Glory, 1930s
16 Prologue to Glory, 1930s
17 Publicity -- Brazilian actors (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Publicity (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
19 Publicity (Oakland, California), 1930s
20 Publicity -- Federal Theatre magazine stills, 1930s
21 Publicity (Miami, Florida), 1930s
22 Publicity (Freeport, New York), 1930s
23 Publicity (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Publicity (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Publicity (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 Publicity (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
27 Punch and Judy -- Puppet Show, 1930s
28 Punch and Judy -- Puppet Show, 1930s
Box Folder
62 1 Puppet Show Cart, 1930s
2 The Purple Door Knob (San Francisco, California), June 22, 1936
3 The Purple Door Knob (San Francisco, California), June 22, 1936
4 Purple is as Purple Does (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
5 Purple is as Purple Does (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
6 Purple is as Purple Does (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
7 Purple is as Purple Does (Los Angeles, California), November 24, 1936
8 Purple is as Purple Does (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
9 Pursuit of Happiness (Los Angeles, California), August 10, 1937
10 Pursuit of Happiness (Los Angeles, California), August 10 - 11, 1937
11 Pursuit of Happiness (San Diego, California), August 21 - September 1, 1937
12 Pursuit of Happiness (San Diego, California), August 31 - September 1, 1937
13 Pursuit of Happiness (San Diego, California), August 31 - September 1, 1937
14 Pursuit of Happiness (San Francisco, California), June 30 - July 6, 1937
15 Pursuit of Happiness (San Francisco, California), June 30 - July 6, 1937
16 Pursuit of Happiness (San Francisco, California), July 1 - 5, 1937
17 Pursuit of Happiness (San Francisco, California), July 1 - 5, 1937
18 Pursuit of Happiness (Denver, Colorado), December 23, 1937
19 Pygmalion (Roslyn, New York), July 7, 1937
20 Pygmalion (Roslyn, New York), July 7, 1937
21 Pygmalion (Roslyn, New York), July 7, 1937
Box Folder
63 1 Pygmalion (Roslyn, New York), July 7, 1937
2 Pygmalion (Roslyn, New York), July 7, 1937
3 The Queen's Husband (San Diego, California), January 12, 1938
4 The Queen's Husband (San Diego, California), January 12, 1938
5 The Queen's Husband (San Diego, California), January 12, 1938
6 The Queen's Husband (San Diego, California), January 12, 1938
7 Race of Life (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Rachel's Man (Los Angeles, California), June 10, 1937
9 Rachel's Man (Los Angeles, California), June 10, 1937
10 Rachel's Man (Los Angeles, California), June 10, 1937
11 Rachel's Man (San Diego, California), June 10, 1937
12 Rachel's Man (San Diego, California), April 23, 1937
13 Rachel's Man (San Deigo, California), April 23, 1937
14 Rachel's Man (San Deigo, California), April 23, 1937
15 Rachel's Man (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
16 Rachel's Man (Denver, Colorado), June 26, 1937
17 Rachel's Man (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
18 Rachel's Man (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
19 Rachel's Man (Des Moines, Iowa), 1930s
20 Radio -- Jewish Players (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Radio -- Miscellaneous (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Radio -- Radio Almanac (New York City, New York), 1930s
New York City Radio Almanac, Radio Unit circa 1935-1939
New York City Radio Almanac, Radio Unit, 1935-1939
New York City Radio Almanac, Radio Unit circa 1935-1939
New York City Radio Almanac, Radio Unit, 1935-1939
Box Folder
63 23 Radio -- Portraits in Oils (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Radio -- Station WHN (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Radio -- Station WOR (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 Radio (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 Radio (White Plains, New York), May 24, 1938
28 Radio, 1930s
29 Radio Division, 1930s
30 Radio -- Project Equipment, 1930s
31 Radio -- Project Equipment, 1930s
32 Radio -- Evan Roberts and Staff (New York City, New York), 1930s
32 Radio Project -- Indian Story -- Almanac Players New York City, New York), 1930s
33 Radio Unit Banquet (New York City, New York), 1930s
34 Rain (San Bernardino, California), 1930s
35 Raker, Lorin (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
36 Ready! Aim! Fire! (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
Box Folder
64 1 Ready! Aim! Fire! (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
2 Ready! Aim! Fire! (Los Angeles, California), October 18, 1937
3 Ready! Aim! Fire! (Los Angeles, California), October 18, 1937
4 Ready! Aim! Fire! (Los Angeles, California), October 18, 1937
5 Ready! Aim! Fire! (San Diego, California), 1930s
6 Ready! Aim! Fire! (Tampa, Florida), March 16, 1938
7 Ready! Aim! Fire!, 1930s
8 Rebound (Syracuse, New York), April 2, 1936
9 Redemption (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 Redemption (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 Redemption -- Yiddish (Los Angeles, California), December 23, 1936
12 Redemption -- Yiddish (Los Angeles, California), December 23, 1936
13 A Regular Fix (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 A Regular Fix (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 A Regular Fix (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Reich, Molka, 1930s
17 Relatives (Los Angeles, California), February 3, 1937
18 Relatives (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
19 Remember the Day (Jacksonville, Florida), June 23, 1939
20 Remember the Day (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
21 Remember the Day (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
22 Remember the Day (Hempstead, New York), March 9, 1936
23 Remember the Day (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
24 Return to Death (Boston, Massachusetts), August 18, 1938
25 Return to Death (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
26 Revolt of the Beavers (New York City, New York), 1930s
Revolt of the Beavers, New York City 1937
Revolt of the Beavers, New York City, 1937
Revolt of the Beavers, New York City 1937
Revolt of the Beavers, New York City, 1937
Box Folder
64 27 Revolt of the Beavers (New York City, New York), 1930s
Revolt of the Beavers, New York City 1937
Revolt of the Beavers, New York City, 1937
Box Folder
64 28 Revolt of the Beavers (New York City, New York), 1930s
29 Revolt of the Beavers (New York City, New York), 1930s
30 Revue of Reviews (Los Angeles, California), January 13, 1937
31 Reward (Tampa, Florida), April 24 - May 1, 1939
32 Riddle Me This (New York City, New York), 1930s
33 Riddle Me This (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
65 1 Rip Van Winkle -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), 1930s
2 Rip Van Winkle -- Marionette (San Francisco, California), 1930s
3 Rip Van Winkle (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
4 Rip Van Winkle -- Marionette (Buffalo, New York), September 25, 1936
5 Rip Van Winkle -- Marionette (Buffalo, New York), 1930s
6 Rip Van Winkle -- Marionette (Buffalo, New York), 1930s
7 Rip Van Winkle -- Marionette (Roslyn, New York), September 23, 1938
8 Rip Van Winkle, 1930s
9 Rip Van Winkle, 1930s
10 Rip Van Winkle, 1930s
11 Rip Van Winkle, 1930s
12 Rip Van Winkle, May 13 - 15, 1936
13 The Rise of Silas Lapham (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
14 The Rise of Silas Lapham (Jacksonville, Florida), February 6, 1939
15 Roadside (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
16 Roadside (Los Angeles, California), April 6, 1938
17 Roadside (Los Angeles, California), April 6, 1938
18 Roaring Girl (Los Angeles, California), February 2, 1937
19 Roaring Girl (Los Angeles, California), February 2, 1937
20 Robson, William N., 1930s
21 Romantic Young Lady (San Diego, California), 1930s
22 Romantic Young Lady (San Diego, California), May 12, 1936
23 Romantic Young Lady (San Diego, California), May 12, 1936
24 Room Service (San Diego, California), December 28, 1938
Room Service, San Diego, California December 28, 1938
Room Service, San Diego, California, 1938-12-28
Room Service, San Diego, California December 28, 1938
Room Service, San Diego, California, 1938-12-28
Box Folder
65 25 Room Service (San Diego, California), December 28, 1938
Room Service, San Diego, California December 28, 1938
Room Service, San Diego, California, 1938-12-28
Room Service, San Diego, California December 28, 1938
Room Service, San Diego, California, 1938-12-28
Room Service, San Diego, California December 28, 1938
Room Service, San Diego, California, 1938-12-28
Box Folder
65 26 Room Service (San Francisco, California), November 27, 1938
Room Service, San Francisco, California November 27, 1938
Room Service, San Francisco, California, 1938-11-27
Box Folder
65 27 Room Service (San Francisco, California), November 27, 1938
28 Room Service (San Francisco, California), November 27, 1938
29 Room Service (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
Room Service, Denver, Colorado January 21, 1939
Room Service, Denver, Colorado, 1939-01-21
Room Service, Denver, Colorado January 21, 1939
Room Service, Denver, Colorado, 1939-01-21
Box Folder
65 30 Room Service (Denver, Colorado), January 21, 1939
Box Folder
66 1 Room Service (Tampa, Florida), January 15, 1939
2 Room Service (New Orleans, Louisiana), May 11, 1939
Room Service, New Orleans, Louisiana May 11, 1939
Room Service, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1939-05-11
Room Service, New Orleans, Louisiana May 11, 1939
Room Service, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1939-05-11
Box Folder
66 3 Room Service -- Various Productions, 1937 - 1938
4 Room Service, May 11, 1939
5 Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1930s
6 Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1930s
7 Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1930s
8 The Rose of Picardy (Syracuse, New York), September 3, 1936
9 Run, Little Chillun (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 Run, Little Chillun (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 Run, Little Chillun (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
12 Run, Little Chillun (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
13 Run, Little Chillun (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
14 Run, Little Chillun (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
15 Run, Little Chillun (San Diego, California), 1930s
16 Run, Little Chillun (San Francisco, California), 1930s
17 Run, Little Chillun (San Francisco, California), 1930s
18 Run, Little Chillun (San Francisco, California), January 11, 1939
19 R. U. R. (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
20 R. U. R. (Jacksonville, Florida), March 24, 1939
21 R. U. R. (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 R. U. R. (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 R. U. R. -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Ruth, Babe, 1930s
25 The Sabine Women (San Francisco, California), 1930s
26 The Sabine Women (San Francisco, California), 1930s
27 The Sabine Women (San Francisco, California), March 9, 1936
28 Sacrifice of Isaac (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
29 Sailors' Ballad (New York City, New York), 1930s
30 Sailors' Ballad (New York City, New York), 1930s
31 Sailors' Ballad (New York City, New York), 1930s
32 Saint Elmo (Syracuse, New York), April 9, 1936
33 Saintly Hypocrites and Honest Sinners, 1930s
34 Saintly Hypocrites and Honest Sinners, 1930s
35 Saintly Hypocrites and Honest Sinners, 1930s
36 Salt Water (Syracuse, New York), June 20, 1936
37 Salut Au Monde (New York City, New York), 1930s
38 Salut Au Monde (New York City, New York), 1930s
39 Salut Au Monde (New York City, New York), 1930s
40 Salut Au Monde (New York City, New York), 1930s
41 The Sap (San Diego, California), February 9, 1938
Box Folder
67 1 Saturday's Children (San Deigo, California), September 14, 1937
2 Saturday's Children (San Deigo, California), September 14, 1937
3 Saturday's Children (San Deigo, California), September 14 - 15, 1937
4 Saturday's Children (San Deigo, California), September 14, 1937
5 Saturday's Children (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
6 Saturday's Children (Denver, Colorado), February 12, 1938
7 Saturday's Children (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
8 Savage, G. G., Florence James, J. Howard Miller and Guy Williams, 1930s
9 Scamper (Gary, Indiana), 1930s
10 Scamper (Gary, Indiana), February 18, 1937
11 School for Wives, 1930s
12 Scrapbook (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
13 Scrapbook (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
14 Seat Plan for Castle Theatre, Long Beach, 1930s
15 Secret Service (San Diego, California), 1930s
16 Secret Service (San Diego, California), May 27, 1936
17 See How They Run (San Francisco, California), September 4, 1938
18 See How They Run (San Francisco, California), September 4, 1938
19 See How They Run (San Francisco, California), 1930s
20 See How They Run (Seattle, Washington), September 27, 1938
21 See How They Run (Seattle, Washington), September 27, 1938
22 See How They Run (Seattle, Washington), September 27, 1938
23 See Naples and Die (Chicago, Illinois), December 29, 1938
24 See Naples and Die (Salem, Massachusetts), 1930s
25 Set (Freeport, New York), 1930s
26 Set (Freeport, New York), September 17, 1936
27 Set -- Design and Execution (New York City, New York), 1930s
28 Set -- Lafayette (New York City, New York), 1930s
29 Set (New York City, New York), 1930s
30 Set (New York City, New York), 1930s
31 Set -- Models, 1930s
32 Set -- Models (Newark, New Jersey), 1930s
33 Set -- Models (Newark, New Jersey), 1930s
34 Seventh Heaven (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
35 Seventh Heaven (Los Angeles, California), June 1 - 4, 1936
36 Seventh Heaven (Los Angeles, California), June 1, 1936
37 She Passed Through Lorraine (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
38 She Passed Through Lorraine (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
Box Folder
68 1 She Passed Through Lorraine (Miami, Florida), 1930s
2 She Passed Through Lorraine (Miami, Florida), September 15, 1937
3 She Passed Through Lorraine (Miami, Florida), 1930s
4 She Stoops to Conquer (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
5 She Stoops to Conquer (Jacksonville, Florida), February 25, 1938
6 She Stoops to Conquer (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 She Stoops to Conquer (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Sherlock Holmes (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 The Ship (San Diego, California), November 23, 1937
10 The Ship (San Diego, California), November 22 - 26, 1937
11 The Ship (San Diego, California), November 22 - 26, 1937
12 The Show Off -- Yiddish (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
13 The Show Off -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 The Show Off -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 The Show Off, 1930s
16 Showing Off (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Showing Off (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Sign -- "Free Shows in the Park", 1930s
19 The Silver Cord (San Diego, California), January 9, 1937
20 The Silver Cord (San Diego, California), January 9, 1937
21 The Silver Cord, 1930s
22 Simon, Louis, 1930s
23 Sing a Song of Safety -- Marionettes (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Sing for Your Supper (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Sing for Your Supper (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 Sing for Your Supper (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 Sing for Your Supper (New York City, New York), 1930s
28 Sing for Your Supper (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
69 1 Sing for Your Supper (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 The Singing and the Gold (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 The Singing and the Gold (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 The Singing and the Gold (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 Sir Frog Goes A-Travelin' (Cleveland, Ohio), October 1937
6 Sleeping Beauty (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
7 Sleeping Beauty, December 13, 1937
8 Sloping West (Portland, Oregon), March 2, 1937
Sloping West, Portland, Oregon March 2, 1937
Sloping West, Portland, Oregon, 1937-03-02
Sloping West, Portland, Oregon March 2, 1937
Sloping West, Portland, Oregon, 1937-03-02
Box Folder
69 9 Solid South (Peoria, Illinois), 1937
10 Souvenir Du Bal Musette, 1930s
11 Special Events -- Bronx Wintergarden Pageant (New York), 1930s
12 Special Events -- Constitutional Pageant (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Special Events -- Marionette Anniversary (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Special Events -- May Day Festival (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Special Events -- Washington Square Carnival (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Spirochete (Chicago, Illinois), May 4, 1938
17 Spirochete (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
18 Spirochete (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), February 27, 1939
Spirochete February 27, 1939
Spirochete, 1939-02-27
Box Folder
69 19 Spirochete (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1930s
Spirochete 1939
Spirochete, 1939
Box Folder
69 20 Spirochete (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), February 27, 1939
21 Spirochete (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), February 21, 1939
22 Spirochete -- Various Locations, 1930s
23 Spirochete -- Various Locations, 1930s
24 Spirochete, 1930s
25 Spirochete (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
26 Spirochete (Seattle, Washington), February 15, 1939
27 Sports Parade (Tampa, Florida), December 5, 1937
28 Sports Parade (Tampa, Florida), December 5, 1937
28 Spread Eagle (Bridgeport, Connecticut), 1930s
29 Squall (Los Angeles, California), April 4, 1937
30 Squall (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
31 The Squall (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
32 Squaring the Circle (San Diego, California), July 6, 1938
33 Squaring the Circle (San Diego, California), July 6, 1938
34 Squaring the Circle (San Diego, California), July 6, 1938
35 Squaring the Circle (San Francisco, California), June 5 - 10, 1938
Box Folder
70 1 Squaring the Circle (San Francisco, California), May 5 - 10, 1938
2 Squaring the Circle (San Francisco, California), June 5 - 10, 1938
3 Squaring the Circle (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
4 Squaring the Circle (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
5 S. S. Glencairn (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), August 8 - 22, 1938
6 S. S. Glencairn (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1938
7 Stage Props, 1930s
8 Stage Set, 1930s
9 Stage Set, 1930s
10 Standard Detail Charts, 1930s
11 Staton, Joe, 1930s
12 Stevedore (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
13 Stevedore (Seattle, Washington), June 1936
14 The Straw (Chicago, Illinois), October 26 - December 18, 1937
15 The Straw (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
16 Street Scene (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
17 String Fever -- Costume Design, 1930s
18 String Fever -- Costume Design by B. Epstein, 1930s
19 String Fever -- Marionettes (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 String Fever -- Marionettes (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 String Fever -- Marionettes (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 A String of Pearls (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
23 Summer Theatre (Poughkeepsie, New York), July 30, 1937
24 Summer Theatre (Poughkeepsie, New York), 1930s
25 The Sun and I (San Francisco, California), January 28, 1938
26 The Sun and I (San Francisco, California), January 28, 1938
27 The Sun and I (New York City, New York), 1930s
28 The Sun and I (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
71 1 The Sun and I (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 The Sun and I (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 The Sun and I (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 The Sun and I (New York City, New York), 1930s
5 The Sun Rises in the West (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
6 The Sun Rises in the West (Los Angeles, California), June 29, 1938
7 The Sun Rises in the West (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
8 Sunday (Los Angeles, California), July 26, 1936
9 Sunday (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 Sun Up (Freeport, New York), 1930s
11 Sun Up (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Sun Up (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Sun Up (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Sweet Land (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Sweet Land -- Negro Youth Unit (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Sweet Land -- Negro Youth Unit (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Swing It (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Swing It -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Swing It -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
20 Swing It, 1930s
21 Swing It, 1930s
22 Swing It, 1930s
23 Swing It, 1930s
Box Folder
72 1 Swing Parade (San Francisco, California), April 8 - 19, 1937
2 Swing Parade (San Francisco, California), April 8, 1937
3 Swing Parade (San Francisco, California), April 1937
4 Swing Parade (San Francisco, California), April 8 - 9, 1937
5 The Switching Hour (San Francisco, California), 1930s
6 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper (Chicago, Illinois), February 23, 1938
7 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper -- Yiddish (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper -- Yiddish (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper, 1930s
11 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper, 1930s
12 Take My Advice (Oakland, California), 1930s
13 Take My Advice (San Diego, California), September 1, 1936
14 Take My Advice (San Diego, California), September 1, 1936
15 Take My Advice (San Diego, California), September 1, 1936
16 Take the Air (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Take the Air (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Tales of Hoffman (Los Angeles and Long Beach, California), 1930s
19 Tamed and How (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
20 Tamed and How (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
73 1 Tamed and How (New York City, New York, and Long Beach, California), 1930s
2 Tamed and How (White Plains, New York), July 14, 1936
3 Tamed and How (Yonkers, New York), 1930s
4 Tamed and How, 1930s
5 Tamed and How, 1930s
6 Tamed and How -- Veterans Band of Yonkers, 1930s
7 Taming of the Shrew (Oakland, California), 1930s
8 Taming of the Shrew (Washington, Seattle), 1930s
9 Tamris, Bay, Bolton (Poughkeepsie, New York), 1930s
10 Tamiris, Bay, Bolton (Poughkeepsie, New York), July 30, 1937
11 Tea for Three (Freeport, New York), 1930s
12 Technical -- Lafayette, 1930s
13 Technical -- Lighting (Oakland, California), 1930s
14 Technical -- Living Newspaper Productions (New York), 1930s
15 Technical -- Photography (Freeport, New York), 1930s
16 Technical -- Sound, 1930s
17 A Teller of Tales -- Children (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
18 Television (Tampa, Florida), June 17, 1939
19 Ten Nights in a Barroom (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
20 Tent (Peoria, Illinois), 1930s
21 Tent of Federal Theatre, 1930s
22 Tent of Federal Theatre, 1930s
23 Terrible Meek (Elmhurst, New York), 1930s
24 Terrible Meek, 1930s
25 Terrible Meek, November 6, 1936
26 A Texas Steer (Los Angeles, California), May 18, 1936
27 Theatres -- 5th Avenue Theatre, 1930s
28 Theatres -- Blackstone Theatre, 1930s
29 Theatres -- Chinese (San Francisco, California), 1930s
30 Theatres (San Bernardino, California), 1930s
31 Theatres -- Slyvan Theatre (San Francisco, California), February 13 - March 22, 1939
32 Theatres -- Castle (Long Beach, New York), 1930s
33 Theatres -- Four Seasons (New York), 1930s
34 Theatres -- Four Seasons (New York), 1930s
35 Theatres -- Models (California), 1930s
36 Theatres -- Models (Seattle, Washington), October 13, 1936
Box Folder
74 1 Theatres -- Playhouse (New York), 1930s
2 Theatres -- Savory (California), 1930s
3 Theatres -- Sylvan, Treasure Island, February 13 - March 22, 1939
4 Theatres -- Treasure Island (San Francisco, California), February 13 - March 15, 1939
5 Theatres -- Treasure Island (San Francisco, California), 1930s
6 Theatres -- Theatre Marquees (New York City, New York), 1930s
7 Theatres -- Treasure Island (San Francisco, California), 1930s
8 Theatres -- Treasure Island, Caravan (New York), 1930s
9 Theatres -- Treasure Island (San Francisco, California), February 13, 1939 - March 15, 1939
10 Theatres -- Warburton Theatre, 1930s
11 Theatres -- Theatre Headquarters (Freeport, New York), 1930s
12 Theatre Technique (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Their Greatest Stories -- Radio, 1930s
14 There's Always Juliet (Freeport, New York), September 1, 1936
15 There's Always Juliet (Freeport, New York), September 1, 1936
16 There's Always Juliet (Freeport, New York), September 12, 1936
17 These Few Ashes (San Francisco, California), September 18, 1938
18 These Few Ashes (San Francisco, California), September 18, 1938
19 These Few Ashes (San Francisco, California), September 18, 1938
20 These Few Ashes (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
21 These Few Ashes (Denver, Colorado), June 11, 1937
22 They Knew What They Wanted (Freeport, New York), 1930s
23 Three Cornered Moon (Freeport, New York), 1930s
24 Three Men on a Horse (Syracuse, New York), October 1, 1936
25 Three Wise Fools (Los Angeles, California), October 5, 1936
Box Folder
75 1 Three Wise Fools (San Diego, California), June 23, 1936
2 Three Wise Fools (San Diego, California), June 23, 1936
3 Three Wise Fools, 1930s
4 Three Wise Fools, 1930s
5 This Pretty World (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
6 This Pretty World (Denver, Colorado), 1930s
7 This Pretty World (Denver, Colorado), March 19, 1938
8 To The Ladies (San Diego, California), June 22, 1938
9 To The Ladies (San Diego, California), June 22 - 23, 1938
10 To The Ladies (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 Tobias and the Angel (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Tobias and the Angel (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Tobias and the Angel, 1930s
14 Toby Tyler's Circus (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Tommy (San Diego, California), March 26, 1937
16 Tommy (San Diego, California), 1930s
17 Tomorrow, Tomorrow (Roslyn, New York), 1930s
18 Tomorrow's a Holiday (Los Angeles, California), May 6 - 10, 1937
19 Tomorrow's a Holiday (Seattle, Washington), March 31, 1938
20 Tomorrow's a Holiday (Seattle, Washington), March 31, 1938
21 Tom Thumb Circus -- Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Tom Thumb Circus -- Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Tom Thumb Circus -- Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Tom Thumb Circus -- Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 Tons of Money (New York City, New York), June 10 - 11, 1937
25 Tons of Money (New York City, New York), 1937
27 Tons of Money (New York City, New York), June 10 - 11, 1937
28 Tons of Money, 1930s
Box Folder
76 1 Too Lucky (Tacoma, Washington), July 1936
2 Touch of Brimstone (San Francisco, California), March 3, 1937
3 Touch of Brimstone (San Francisco, California), March 3, 1937
4 A Touch of Brimstone (San Francisco, California), March 3, 1937
5 Touch of Brimstone (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
6 Touch of Brimstone (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
7 The Toy Shop (Portland, Maine), January 6, 1938
8 Tragedy of Man -- Radio (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 The Treasure (Los Angeles, California), December 15 - 16, 1937
10 The Treasure -- Yiddish (Los Angeles, California), December 15 - 16, 1937
11 Treasure Hunt (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Treasure Hunt (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Treasure Island (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Treasure Island (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Treasure Island (New York City, New York), May - June 1938
16 Treasure Island -- Marionette (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), 1938
17 Treasure Island, May 1938
18 Treasure Island, 1930s
19 Treasure Island, 1930s
20 Trial By Jury (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Trial By Jury (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 The Trial of Dr. Beck (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
23 The Trial of Dr. Beck -- Negro (Boston, Massachusetts), July 27, 1939
24 The Trial of Dr. Beck (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 The Trial of Dr. Beck -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
26 The Trial of Dr. Beck -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
27 Trial of Mary Dugan (Bridgeport, Connecticut), 1930s
28 Trial of Mary Dugan (Bridgeport, Connecticut), 1930s
29 Triple-A Plowed Under (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
30 Triple-A Plowed Under (Chicago, Illinois), 1936
31 Triple-A Plowed Under (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
77 1 Triple-A Plowed Under (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 Triple-A Plowed Under (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Triple-A Plowed Under (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Triple-A Plowed Under -- Various Productions, 1930s
5 Trois Bon Amis -- French Unit (Los Angeles, California), January 13, 1937
6 Trois Bon Amis -- French Unit (Los Angeles, California), January 13, 1937
7 Trojan Incident (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Trojan Incident (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Trojan Incident (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Trojan Incident (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 Trojan Incident (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Trojan Incident (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Trojan Incident, 1930s
14 Trojan Incident, 1930s
15 Truck containing props, 1930s
16 Turn to the Right (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
17 Turn to the Right (San Diego, California), 1930s
18 Turn to the Right (San Diego, California), July 21, 1936
19 Turn to the Right (San Diego, California), July 21, 1936
20 Turpentine (New York City, New York), 1930s
21 Turpentine (New York City, New York), 1930s
22 Turpentine -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
23 Turpentine -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
24 Turpentine -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Turpentine, 1930s
26 Tweedles (Oakland, California), 1930s
27 Tweedles (Oakland, California), June 12, 1936
28 Tweedles (Oakland, California), 1930s
29 Twelfth Night (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
30 Twelfth Night (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
Box Folder
78 1 Twelfth Night (Jacksonville, Florida), January 13, 1938
2 Twelfth Night (Miami, Florida), March 29, 1937
3 Twelfth Night (Miami, Florida), March 29, 1937
4 Twelfth Night (Miami, Florida), March 29, 1937
5 Two A Day (Los Angeles, California), October 28, 1938
6 Two A Day -- Vaudeville (Los Angeles, California), October 28, 1938
7 Two A Day (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
8 Two A Day (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
9 Two A Day (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
10 Two A Day (San Francisco, California), 1930s
11 The Two Hundred Thousand -- Yiddish (Boston, Massachusetts), December 6, 1938
12 The Two Hundred Thousand -- Yiddish (Boston, Massachusetts), 1930s
13 The Two Hundred Thousand -- Yiddish (Boston, Massachusetts), December 6, 1938
14 Two Hundred Were Chosen (Peoria, Illinois), 1930s
15 Uncle Tom's Cabin -- Marionette (Los Angeles, California), April 23, 1937
16 Uncle Tom's Cabin -- Marionette (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
17 Uncle Tom's Cabin (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
18 Uncle Tom's Cabin (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
19 Uncle Tom's Cabin (Jacksonville, Florida), April 11 - 29, 1939
20 Uncle Tom's Cabin (Springfield, Illinois), 1930s
21 Uncle Tom's Cabin (Buffalo, New York), 1930s
22 Uncle Tom's Cabin -- Marionette, 1930s
23 Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1930s
24 Uncle Vanya (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
25 Uncle Vanya (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
26 Uncle Vanya (Los Angeles, California), December 8 , 1936
27 Uncle Vanya (Los Angeles, California), December 8 , 1936
28 Undertow (Bronx, New York), 1930s
29 Unidentified, 1930s
30 Unidentified -- Backstage, 1930s
31 Unidentified -- Behind the Scenes, 1930s
32 Unidentified photographs, 1930s
33 Unidentified photographs, 1930s
34 Unidentified photographs, 1930s
35 Unidentified photographs, 1930s
36 Unidentified group photographs, 1930s
37 Unidentified group photographs, 1930s
38 Unidentified negatives, 1930s
39 Unidentified photographs, 1930s
40 Unidentified photograph of a bust, 1930s
41 Unidentified photograph of a bust, 1930s
42 Unidentified productions, 1930s
43 Unidentified productions, 1930s
Box Folder
79 1 Unidentified productions, 1930s
2 Unidentified productions, 1930s
3 Unidentified productions, 1930s
4 Unidentified productions, 1930s
5 Unidentified productions, 1930s
6 Unidentified productions, 1930s
7 Unidentified productions, 1930s
8 Unidentified productions, 1930s
9 Unidentified productions, 1930s
10 Unidentified productions, 1930s
11 Unidentified productions, 1930s
Box Folder
94 1 Unidentified productions, 1930s
2 Unidentified productions, 1930s
3 Unidentified productions, 1930s
4 Unidentified productions, 1930s
5 Unidentified productions, 1930s
6 Unidentified productions (Chicago), 1930s
7 Unidentified productions (Chicago), 1930s
8 Unidentified productions, 1930s
9 Unidentified productions, 1930s
10 Unidentified productions, 1930s
11 Unidentified productions, 1930s
12 Unidentified productions, 1930s
13 Unidentified productions, 1930s
14 Unidentified productions, 1930s
15 Unidentified productions (many different plays), 1930s
16 Unidentified productions and sets, 1930s
18 Unidentified productions (O'Neill players), 1930s
19 Unidentified productions (Chicago), May 4, 1938
20 Unidentified productions, 1930s
Banquo and Fleance. "How goes the night, boy."
Box Folder
79 12 Unidentified set, 1930s
13 Unidentified set, 1930s
14 Unidentified set, 1930s
15 Unit 1-B, 1930s
16 Unto Such Glory (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Unto Such Glory (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 Unto Such Glory (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Up Pops the Devil (San Diego, California), November 7, 1936
20 Up Pops the Devil (San Diego, California), November 7, 1936
21 Up Pops the Devil (San Diego, California), November 7, 1936
22 Up Pops the Devil (San Diego, California), November 7, 1936
23 Up Pops the Devil (Peoria, Illinois), 1936
24 Uriel Acosta (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
25 Uriel Acosta (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
26 Uriel Acosta (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
27 Various Productions (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
28 Various Productions (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
29 Various Productions, 1930s
Box Folder
94 23 Various Productions: Marionettes and Dance and Magazine, 1930s
Materials are included for the magazine Broadway "PIC" and the publication Federal Theatre: "Men Against Microbes" (Boston, MA.), "Crocodile" (Phila, PA.), "William Brodie" (Des Moines, Iowa), "Big Blow" (Chicago Federal Theatre 1939), "The Crock of Gold" (San Francisco, California), "The World We Live In" (Los Angeles, California), "Altars of Steel" (Miami, Fla.), "The Weavers" (Los Angeles, California), "Little Black Sambo" (Chicago, Illinois), "Hansel and Gretel" (Los Angeles, California).
Box Folder
79 30 Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), September 1, 1936
31 Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), 1930s
32 Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), January 1 - 30, 1936
33 Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), 1930s
34 Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
35 Vaudeville (New York City, New York), 1930s
36 Vaudeville (Syracuse, New York), May 16, 1936
37 Vaudeville (Washington, D.C.), 1930s
38 Vaudeville (Washington, D.C.), 1930s
39 Vaudeville, 1930s
Box Folder
80 1 Vaudeville, 1930s
2 Vaudeville, 1930s
3 Vaudeville Frolics (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
4 Vaudeville Revue (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
5 The Very Great Man (San Diego, California), September 21, 1938
6 The Very Great Man (San Diego, California), September 21, 1938
7 The Very Great Man (San Diego, California), September 21, 1938
8 Volpone (Los Angeles, California), December 28, 1938
9 Volpone (Los Angeles, California), December 28, 1938
10 Volpone (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
11 Walk Together Chillun' -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 Walk Together Chillun' -- Negro (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Walkins, Perry (Haiti), 1930s
14 Walkins, Perry, 1930s
15 The Warrior's Husband (Los Angeles, California), 1936
16 The Warrior's Husband (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
17 The Warrior's Husband (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
18 The Warrior's Husband (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
19 The Warrior's Husband (San Francisco, California), October 17 - 18, 1937
20 The Warrior's Husband (San Francisco, California), October 17 - 18, 1938
21 The Warrior's Husband (Denver, Colorado), October 1, 1937
22 The Warrior's Husband (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
23 The Warrior's Husband (Seattle, Washington), 1930s
24 Watson, Morris -- Power (New York City, New York), 1930s
25 Watson, Morris (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
81 1 Watson, Morris (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 We Live and Laugh -- Yiddish (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 We Live and Laugh -- Yiddish (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 The Weavers (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
5 The Weavers (Los Angeles, California), November 23, 1937
6 The Weavers (Los Angeles, California), November 23, 1937
7 The Weavers (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
8 Wedding Bells (Syracuse, New York), May 30, 1936
9 Wedding Present, November 6 - 7, 1936
10 What a Woman Wants (San Diego, California), June 8, 1938
11 What a Woman Wants (San Diego, California), June 8, 1938
12 What a Woman Wants (San Diego, California), June 8 - 9, 1938
13 What Anne Brought Home (Los Angeles, California), November 20, 1936
14 What Anne Brought Home (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
15 What Anne Brought Home (Los Angeles, California), November 20, 1936
16 When Husbands Meet (Syracuse, New York), April 24, 1936
17 When Knighthood Was In Flower (Jacksonville, Florida), 1930s
18 When Knighthood Was In Flower (Jacksonville, Florida), October 12, 1938
19 When Knighthood Was In Flower (Jacksonville, Florida), October 12, 1938
20 Whistling in the Dark (San Diego, California), 1930s
21 Whistling in the Dark (San Diego, California), July 7, 1936
22 Whistling in the Dark (San Diego, California), July 7, 1936
23 Whistling in the Dark (New Orleans, Louisiana), October 14, 1938
24 Whistling in the Dark (Salem, Massachusetts), January 27, 1938
25 Whistling in the Dark (Salem, Massachusetts), 1930s
26 The Whole Town's Talking (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
27 The Whole Town's Talking, 1930s
28 Whom Dreams Possess (Miami, Florida), April 12, 1939
29 Whose Cat (Washington, D.C.), 1930s
30 Why Men Leave Home (Los Angeles, California), April 18, 1938
31 Why Men Leave Home (San Diego, California), 1930s
32 Why Men Leave Home (Illinois), 1930s
33 Why Men Leave Home (Illinois), 1930s
34 Wild Birds (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
35 Will Shakespeare (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
36 Will Shakespeare (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
37 Will Shakespeare (Los Angeles, California), May 20, 1938
38 Will Shakespeare (Los Angeles, California), May 20, 1938
39 The Wisdom Tooth (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
40 The Wisdom Tooth (Los Angeles, California), March 2, 1937
41 The Wisdom Tooth (Los Angeles, California), March 2, 1937
42 The Wisdom Tooth (San Diego, California), May 11, 1937
43 The Wisdom Tooth (San Diego, California), May 11, 1937
44 The Wisdom Tooth (San Diego, California), May 11 - 12, 1937
Box Folder
82 1 The Wisdom Tooth (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
2 The Wisdom Tooth (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
3 With My Red Fires (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 Within These Walls (New Orleans, Louisiana), 1930s
5 Within These Walls (New Orleans, Louisiana), April 10, 1939
6 A Woman of Destiny (Bronx, New York), 1936
7 A Woman of Destiny (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Workshop -- Children's Theatre (New York), 1930s
9 Workshop -- Costumes (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 Workshop -- Costumes, 1930s
11 Workshop -- Make-up, 1930s
12 Workshop -- Make-up, 1930s
13 Workshop -- Set Design, Costume Design, Lighting Tech (New York City, New York), 1930s
14 Workshop -- Props (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 World's Fair (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 World Trip (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 World Trip (New York City, New York), 1930s
18 The World We Live In (Los Angeles, California), August 20, 1937
19 The World We Live In (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
20 The World We Live In (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
21 The World We Live In (Los Angeles, California), September 27 - 29, 1937
22 The World We Live In (Los Angeles, California), September 27 - 29, 1937
23 The World We Live In (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
24 The World We Live In (Hartford, Connecticut), 1930s
25 Yankel Boyla (Los Angeles, California), May 12, 1938
26 Yankel Boyla (Los Angeles, California), May 12, 1938
27 Yankel Boyla (Brooklyn, New York), 1930s
28 Yankel Boyla (Brooklyn, New York), 1930s
29 Young Choreographer's Laboratory (New York City, New York), 1930s
30 Young Choreographer's Laboratory (New York City, New York), 1930s
31 Young Choreographers (New York City, New York), 1930s
32 Young People of Town of Falling Waters, 1930s
33 Young Tramps (New York City, New York), 1930s
34 Young Tramps (New York City, New York), 1930s
35 Young Tramps (New York City, New York), 1930s
36 Your Uncle Dudly (Manchester, New Hampshire), 1930s (82 boxes)
Series 2: Oversize Production Photographs, 1936-1939 (6 boxes)
This series is comprised of photographs relating to productions, including scene shots, stage and set shots, and portraits. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 83 to 88. The series is arranged alphabetically by production title, state and city, or by subject. This series includes oversize duplicates from photographs contained in series one and series three.
Box Folder
83 1 Altars of Steel (Birmingham, Alabama), 1930s
2 Another Language (Freeport, New York), 1930s
3 Anthony and Anna (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
4 As Husbands Go (Freeport, New York), 1930s
5 Audience -- Children, 1930s
6 The Barker (Freeport, New York), 1930s
7 Bassa Moona (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 Big Blow (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
88 22 Big Blow (Chicago, Illinois),
Box Folder
83 9 The Big City -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 The Big White Fog (Chicago, Illinois), April 6, 1938
11 Birds (Roslyn, New York), September 1938
12 Brass Trumpet -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 Broken Dishes (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
14 Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (Roslyn, New York), August 26 - 28, 1937
15 The Case of Philip Lawrence (New York City, New York), 1930s
16 Circus -- African Warriors, 1930s
17 Circus -- Clowns, 1930s
18 Circus -- In the ring, 1930s
19 Community Theatre (New York), 1930s
20 Dance of Death (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
84 1 The Copperhead (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
2 Conjur Man Dies (New York City, New York), 1930s
3 Coriolanus (Roslyn, New York), November 1937
4 The Cricket on the Hearth (San Francisco, California), December 1937
Box Folder
88 13 Devils Disciple, November 25, 1937
Box Folder
84 5 The Devil Passes (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
6 The Devil Passes (San Francisco, California), December 22, 1936
7 Diff'rent (Roslyn, New York), November 24, 1937
8 The Dragon Snee Zee -- Marionette (New York City, New York), 1930s
9 Eternal Prodical (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 The First Mrs. Fraser (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
11 The Fool (Berkeley, California), 1930s
12 Fresh Fields (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
13 Fresh Fields (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
14 The Good Fairy (Freeport, New York), 1930s
15 The Good Old Summertime (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
16 The Good Old Summertime (New York), 1930s
17 The Great Barrington (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
18 Help Yourself (Los Angeles, California), 1930s
19 Her Majesty the Widow (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
85 1 H.M.S. Pinafore (New York City, New York), 1930s
2 I Want a Policeman (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
3 How Long Brethren (New York City, New York), 1930s
4 If Ye Break Faith (New Orleans, Louisiana), 1930s
5 Injunction Granted (New York City, New York), July 1936
6 Invitation to a Murder (Freeport, New York), 1930s
7 It Can't Happen Here (Buffalo, New York), 1930s
8 It's a Wise Child (Freeport, New York), 1930s
9 Lady Say Yes (San Francisco, California), May 1 - 16, 1936
10 The Late Christopher Bean (Freeport, New York), 1930s
11 The Lonely Man (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
12 Macbeth (New York City, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
86 1 Marionettes -- Vaudeville (San Francisco, California), April, August 1937
2 Mary Stuart (Los Angeles, California), April 29, 1936
3 The Mikado -- Swing (Chicago, Illinois), 1938
4 Mister Jim (Chicago, Illinois), July 8, 1938
5 Nineteen Thirty-Five (1935) (New York City, New York), May 1936
6 No More Peace (Roslyn, New York), June 17, 1937
7 No More Peace (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 No More Peace, 1930s
9 Noah (New York City, New York), 1930s
10 The Old Maid (Freeport, New York), 1930s
11 Oliver Twist (New York City, New York), 1930s
12 On Top (New York City, New York), 1930s
13 One-Third of a Nation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1930s
14 Path of Flowers (New York City, New York), 1930s
15 Personal Appearance (Cedarhurst, New York), 1930s
16 Pirates of Penzance (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 The Playboy of the Western World (Roslyn, New York), January 12, 1939
Box Folder
87 1 Possession (Freeport, New York), 1930s
2 Post Road (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
3 Post Road (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
4 Power (San Francisco, California), July 28 - August 19, 1937
5 Prologue to Glory (New Orleans, Louisiana), 1930s
6 Prologue to Glory (New York City, New York), May 1939
7 Pygmalion (Roslyn, New York), July 7, 1937
8 Rip Van Winkle (Buffalo, New York), 1936
Box Folder
88 14 Secret Service, 1936
Box Folder
87 9 See Naples and Die (Chicago, Illinois), December 29, 1938
10 Showing Off (New York City, New York), 1930s
11 The Straw (Chicago, Illinois), October 26 - December 18, 1937
12 Street Scene (Chicago, Illinois), 1930s
13 Sun Up (Freeport, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
88 15 Tailor Becomes a Store Keeper, February 25, 1938
Box Folder
87 14 Tamed and How (Hempstead, New York), 1930s
15 Tea for Three (Freeport, New York), 1930s
16 Terrible Meek (Elmhurst, New York), 1930s
Box Folder
88 16 Texas Steer, 1936
1 There's Always Juliet (Freeport, New York), September 1, 1936
2 They Knew What They Wanted (Freeport, New York), 1930s
3 Three Cornered Moon (Freeport, New York), 1930s
4 Trial by Jury (New York City, New York), 1930s
17 Trial of Dr. Beck, 1930s
5 Triple-A Plowed Under (New York City, New York), 1930s
6 Turpentine (New York City, New York), 1930s
19 Unidentified Misc. Photos, 1930s
18 Unidentified Portraits, 1930s
20 Unidentified Production Photos (New York), 1930s
7 Walk Together Chillun (New York City, New York), 1930s
8 The Warrior's Husband (San Francisco, California), October 17 - 18, 1937
9 Wedding Present (Elmhurst, New York), November 6 - 7, 1936
21 White Iris, 1930s (6 boxes)
Series 3: Portraits, 1936-1939 (6 boxes)
This series is comprised of headshots and portraits of actors, actresses, and directors involved in Federal Theatre productions. The series includes portraits of unidentified actors and actresses from various plays, such as "It Can't Happen Here," "No More Peace," "Power," "Sing for Your Supper," "Processional," etc. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 88 to 93. The series is arranged alphabetically by surname. Duplicates are included within this series; oversize duplicates are included in series two.
Box Folder
88 10 Busch, Helene, 1930s
11 Carton, Diana, 1930s
12 Norman, Lloyd, 1930s
Box Folder
89 1 Adams, Brenner and Swan -- Variety Theatre, 1930s
2 Adler, Amelia, 1930s
3 Adler, Julius -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
4 Adler, Julius -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
5 Amasia, Alex, 1930s
6 Anderson, Ruth, 1930s
7 Andreva, Sandra, 1930s
8 Anthony and Rogers -- Variety Theatre, 1930s
9 Seth Arnold -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
10 Banzell, Wolfe, 1930s
11 Banzell, Wolfe, 1930s
12 Barney Sherry, J., 1930s
13 Barrett, Jean, 1930s
14 Barrett, Linda, 1930s
15 Bass, Paula, 1930s
16 Bates, Dorthee, 1930s
17 Beasley and Lewis -- Variety Theatre, 1930s
18 Bell, Mary -- No More Peace, 1930s
19 Berre, Charles, 1930s
20 Berzner, Jacob -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
21 Berzner, Jacob -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
22 Blakstine, Nau, 1930s
23 Bleice, Judah -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
24 Bleice, Judah -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
25 Bilencova, Elizabeth -- Power, 1930s
26 Boleyn, Virginia -- Sing for Your Supper, 1930s
27 Boleyn, Virginia -- Sing for Your Supper, 1930s
28 Boonis -- Processional, 1930s
29 Bradford, Adele, 1930s
30 Brand, Georgiana, 1930s
31 Brom, Tom, 1930s
32 Brook, Harry -- Power, 1930s
33 Brook, Harry -- Power, 1930s
34 Bruce, Robert, 1930s
35 Burke, Maurice -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
36 Burke, Walter, 1930s
37 Burt, William, 1930s
38 Butler, Thomas, 1930s
39 Caesar, Irving -- String Fever, 1930s
40 Cameron, Kathryn, 1930s
41 Cameron, Kathryn, 1930s
42 Campbell, Camelia -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
43 Carlisle, Alexander, 1930s
44 Carlisle, Alexander, 1930s
45 Carter, Helen -- Processional, 1930s
46 Carter, Jack, 1930s
47 Caubaye, Suzanne -- The Sun and I, 1930s
48 Charlton, Frank -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
49 Chew, Miss, 1930s
50 Clarke, Kendall, 1930s
51 Collins, Blanche, 1930s
52 Collins, Blanche, 1930s
53 Condola, Compina and Minnie Hylton -- Sing For Your Supper, 1930s
54 Condray, Peggy, 1930s
55 Condray, Peggy, 1930s
56 Connell, Jack, 1930s
57 Conway, Kurt, 1930s
58 Cooper, Earl, 1930s
59 Cooper, Edwin -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
60 Cooper, Edwin -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
62 Cope, Foster, 1930s
61 Cooper, Grace, 1930s
63 Corbett, Isabel, 1930s
Box Folder
90 1 Courtleigh, Stephen and his daughter, 1930s
2 Crosby, Leola, 1930s
3 Croyden, Joan, 1930s
4 Danton, Joan, 1930s
5 Dentler, Pell -- No More Peace, 1930s
6 Derr-Luidberg, Jerry, 1930s
7 DeStafani, Joseph, 1930s
8 Dill, Charles -- Power, 1930s
9 Dill, Charles -- Power, 1930s
10 Dickerson, Thais, 1930s
11 Dobodkin, Edith, 1930s
12 Dorf, Morris, 1930s
13 Dorn, Evelyn -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
14 Elliot, Michele, 1930s
15 English, Genora, 1930s
16 Ewing, Kay, 1930s
17 Fairbanks, Jack, 1930s
18 Flanagan, Hallie -- National Director, 1930s
19 Flanagan, Hallie, 1930s
20 Fenton, Nancy -- Sing for Your Supper, 1930s
21 Forbes, Leon, 1930s
22 Freeman, Howard, 1930s
23 Freeman, Howard, 1930s
24 Futrell, Isabel, 1930s
25 Gage, Erfod, 1930s
26 Galler, Ida, 1930s
27 Galvin, Irene -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
28 Gartner, Adolf, 1930s
29 Geer, Will, 1930s
30 George, Mary -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
31 Germaine, Ameta, 1930s
32 Gilbert, Jody, 1930s
33 Glenn, Helen, 1930s
34 Goodrich, Trudi -- Sing for Your Supper, 1930s
35 Goss, Mr., 1930s
36 Greenway, Tom -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
37 Grossman, Miriam -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
38 Grossman, Miriam -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
39 Grover, John, 1930s
40 Haddon, Stephan, 1930s
41 Hanna, Pearl L., 1930s
42 Harcourt, Edith -- Power, 1930s
43 Harcourt, Edith -- Power, 1930s
44 Harney, Kathryn, 1930s
45 Harper, Eugene Gordon -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
46 Harper, Eugene Gordon -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
47 Harris, Natalie, 1930s
48 Harris, Natalie, 1930s
49 Hinsdi, Emile -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
50 Howard, Helen, 1930s
51 Howard, Martin -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
52 Hubert, Grace, 1930s
53 Humphreys, Herbert H., 1930s
54 Hunt, Leslie -- Processional, 1930s
55 Huston, John, 1930s
56 Huston, Justin, 1930s
57 Hutchinson, Mary, 1930s
58 Izummida, Turu, 1930s
59 Jarlouski, Morris, 1930s
60 Kane, John, 1930s
61 Kaplan, Sam, 1930s
62 Karnot, Stephen, 1930s
63 Keith, Ian, 1930s
64 Kennedy, Wayne, 1930s
65 Kenny, Richard -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
66 Kent, Delpha, 1930s
67 Kirtland, Louise -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
68 Klemman, Adaluda, 1930s
69 Kranam, Joseph -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
70 Kranam, Joseph -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
71 Kristin, Solemen -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
72 Lange, Gordon-- Murder in the Cathedral, 1930s
73 LaRue, Charles and Governor Wilber L. Gross, 1930s
74 La Touche, John -- Sing for Your Supper, 1930s
75 Lavay, Phyliss, 1930s
76 Lawrence, Mr., 1930s
77 Lentz, Joseph, 1930s
78 Lewis, Sinclair, 1930s
79 Light, James -- Director, 1930s
80 Linnis, Jack, 1930s
81 Lord, Eve -- Sing for Your Supper, 1930s
82 Lorenz, John -- No More Peace, 1930s
83 Lynch, Dorothea Thomas, 1930s
Box Folder
91 1 Lyndon, Jimmie, 1930s
2 Mack, Clifford -- The Man in the Silk Hat, 1930s
3 Mack, Clifford -- The Man in the Silk Hat, 1930s
4 Maggione, Ettore -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
5 Maggione and Golubeck -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
6 Mallitz, Pauline, 1930s
7 Mann, Leli, 1930s
8 Marzane, Dilon, 1930s
9 Mayler, Rod, 1930s
10 Mayo and Dalton -- Variety Theatre, 1930s
11 McCluskey, Loretta, 1930s
12 McCollum, H. H. -- Power, 1930s
13 Merriman, Robert, 1930s
14 Mezenoutz, H. -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
15 Mezenoutz, H. -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
16 Miller, J. Howard, 1930s
17 Miller, Pep, 1930s
18 Morison, Rose, 1930s
19 Mullahy, Tommy, 1930s
20 Murrey, Therese, 1930s
21 Nelson, H., 1930s
22 Nielsen, Charles, 1930s
23 Noack, Robert -- Power, 1930s
24 Noack, Robert -- Power, 1930s
25 Northcutt, J. Raymond, 1930s
26 O'Brien, Les, 1930s
27 O'Connell, Hazel -- Prologue to Glory, 1930s
28 O'Connell, Hazel -- Prologue to Glory, 1930s
29 Offley, Hilda, 1930s
30 O'Shea, Oscar, 1930s
31 Ochsner, Berta, 1930s
32 Paige, Elizabeth -- Little Women, 1930s
33 Paris, Myer -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
34 Parke, Gladys -- No More Peace, 1930s
35 Paskeirortz, James -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
36 Paskeirortz, James -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
37 Pennell, Dan, 1930s
38 Perks, Crawford, 1930s
39 Petet, Martin and Paul -- Tom Tumb Circus, 1930s
40 Pike, Larinda, 1930s
41 Polacheck, Charles, 1930s
42 Rankin, Harrison, 1930s
43 Ressle, Beyainen, 1930s
44 Ressle, Beyainen -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
45 Riley, Mrs., 1930s
46 Rodriquez, Lucy, 1930s
47 Rodriquez, Lucy, 1930s
48 Rolfe, Mary, 1930s
49 Romaine, Anthony -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
50 Roselle, William -- Power, 1930s
51 Rousseau, Marcel -- Riddle Me This, 1930s
52 Rousseau, Marcel -- Riddle Me This, 1930s
53 Rudder, Elizabeth, 1930s
54 Russell, Marie, 1930s
55 Samuels, M. -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
56 Samuels, M. -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
57 Sauchez, Edward "Nat", 1930s
58 Schacht, Gustone -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
59 Schulman, Stella, 1930s
60 Scwacht, Gustave, 1930s
61 Scheer, Eleanor, 1930s
62 Schoefield, Murello, 1930s
63 Sheehan, Paul -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
64 Sherwood, Henry, 1930s
65 Sill, Alfreda -- Native Ground, 1930s
66 Silverman, Dorthy, 1930s
67 Sklar, George, 1930s
68 Slane, Andrew, 1930s
Box Folder
92 1 Smiley, Emily, 1930s
2 Smith, Art, 1930s
3 Sorsby, Leonore, 1930s
4 Sorsby, Leonore, 1930s
5 Stanley, Minnie -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
6 Stanley, Minnie -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
7 Stanton, Olive, 1930s
8 Starkie, Ben, 1930s
9 Sterley, Marion -- These Few Ashes, 1930s
10 Stewart, Harry -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
11 Stolor, Theodor, 1930s
12 Sylvon, Jerry, 1930s
13 Tamris, Helen, 1930s
14 Tegner, Edgar, 1930s
15 Teman, Harry, 1930s
16 Thomas, Edna, 1930s
17 Thompson, Mr., 1930s
18 Tower, Jack -- Tom Thumb Circus, 1930s
19 Tozere, Frederich, 1930s
20 Tozere, Frederich -- A Hero is Born and The Sun and I, 1930s
21 Tozere, Frederich -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
22 Tracy, Dick, 1930s
23 Tracy, Stella, 1930s
24 Turlouski, Morris -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
25 Tuschner, Barbara and Eva Jackobson, 1930s
26 Unidentified actors -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
27 Unidentified actors -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
28 Unidentified actors -- Processional, 1930s
29 Unidentified actors -- Processional, 1930s
30 Unidentified actors -- Prologue to Glory, 1930s
31 Unidentified actors, 1930s
32 Unidentified actors, 1930s
33 Unidentified actress, 1930s
34 Unidentified actress, 1930s
35 Unidentified actresses -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
36 Unidentified actresses -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
Box Folder
93 1 Unidentified actresses, 1930s
2 Unidentified actresses, 1930s
3 Unidentified actors and actresses -- Power, 1930s
4 Unidentified actors and actresses -- Power, 1930s
5 Unidentified actors and actresses -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
6 Unidentified actors and actresses -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
7 Unidentified actors and actresses, 1930s
8 Unidentified actors and actresses, 1930s
9 Unidentified actors and actresses, 1930s
10 Varon, Lisa -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
11 Varon, Lisa -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
12 Velie, Jay, 1930s
13 Vivian, George -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
14 Vizonsky, Nathan, 1930s
15 Vogel, Marvin -- Power, 1930s
16 Vogel, Marvin -- Power, 1930s
17 Voss, Grace, 1930s
18 Ward, Lem -- Director of Processional, 1930s
19 Ward, Maude, 1930s
20 Warde, Frances Hall, 1930s
21 Watson, Morris, 1930s
22 Webber, Gene, 1930s
23 West, Max, 1930s
24 Whieldui, Donald, 1930s
25 Wilson, Joseph -- It Can't Happen Here, 1930s
26 Wolf, Friedrich -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
27 Wolf, Friedrich -- Professor Mamlock, 1930s
28 Wolter, Wm., 1930s
29 Wynn, Sherry, 1930s (6 boxes)
Series 4: Microfiche, 1936-1939 (10 boxes)
This series contains microfiche featuring a variety of subjects that are related to the Federal Theater Project. Each file contains at least one negative and one positive of each subject with most of the files having duplicates. The series is dated from 1936 to 1939 and is contained in boxes 95 to 104. It is arranged alphabetically by production title, by surname, or by subject. Some of the subjects included are actors, actresses, authors, audience, circus, dance, directors, employees, marionette, publicity, scenes, set, technical, theatres, and workshops.
Box
111 National Archives Records and Administration microfilm, circa 1930s
Box
95 National Inventory of Documentary Sources in the United States Federal Theater Project, Circa 1936-1939
Adelphi Theatre 570, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on them, it reads "Seating Capacity (Nielsen)".
Adelante 943, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on the envelope, it reads "Production shots; Daly's Theatre (Helkin)".
Administrative Personnel A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "A Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "B Containers 110-11".
Administrative Personnel C, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "C Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel D, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "D Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel E, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "E Containers 110-111".
Administration Personnel F, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "F Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel G, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "G Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel H, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "H Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel I, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "I Containers 110-11".
Administrative Personnel J, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "J Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel K, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "K Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel L, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "L Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel M, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "M Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel N, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "N Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel O, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "O Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel P, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "P Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel R, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "R Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel S, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 1 positive. 1 negative has writing on it's envelope, it reads "S Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel T, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 1 positive. 1 negative has writing on it's envelope, it reads "T Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel U, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 1 positive. 1 negative has writing on it's envelope, it reads "U Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel V, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 1 positive. 1 negative has writing on it's envelope, it reads "V Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel W, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 1 positive. 1 negative has writing on it's envelope, it reads "W Containers 110-111".
Administration Personnel Y, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 1 positive. 1 negative has writing on it's envelope, it reads "Y Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel Z, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Z Containers 110-111".
Administrative Personnel Unidentified, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unidentified Containers 110-111".
African Dancers 70, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Puppet Show".
Aladdin 175, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community Drama; YMCA (Wernli)".
Altars of Steel 734, Circa 1936-1939
1 negative and 2 positives. 1 of the positives has writing on it's envelope, it reads "Production shots; Georgia, Atlanta (Waterbury)".
Amazon Indian 381, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community Drama; Public School #155 (Black)".
American Holiday 1, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production Shots".
Androcles and the Lion 809, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; Studio portrait (Rose, Steiner, Waterbury)".
Androcles and the Lion 814, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Woodcut-Title".
Androcles and the Lion 837, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; Studio pictures".
Androcles and the Lion 845, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; Production shots; Celebrities".
Androcles and the Lion 847, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Celebrities".
Androcles and the Lion 882, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; Lafayette Theatre".
Androcles and the Lion 885, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads Manuel Essman, Portrait; set designer".
Androcles and the Lion A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; Lafayette Theatre".
Androcles and the Lion B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; Lafayette Theatre".
Anything Can Happen 501, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama; Christ Church House (Wernli)".
Die Apostel 29, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "German Theater".
Are You Listening? 559, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville Unit 5B (Wernli)".
Ask Dad 86, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville; Majestic Theatre".
Ask Dad 198, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville; Jamaica Arena (Haber)".
Ask Dad 270, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudevill Unit 3B (Helkin)".
Attention Please 767, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Billy Gould' studio portraits (Rose)".
Attention Please 890, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; studio portrait".
Awake and Sing 789, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits (Steiner)".
Awake and Sing 805, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Character shot; studio portraits".
Awake and Sing 819, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Title in Yiddish".
Awake and Sing 839, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster of Sacco and Vanzetti".
Awake and Sing 840, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production Shots (Steiner)".
Awake and Sing 891, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Kalagi's dog".
Awake and Sing No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
Backwash 90, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
The Badman 142, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Provincetown Theatre".
The Ballad of Davy Crockett 97, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production Shots".
Barber, Philip 3, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
The Barker 188, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville (Wernli)".
Barry, Elinore 573, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers (Steiner)".
The Bashful Mr. Bobbs 430, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama; Pilgrim Church (Wernli)".
Bassa Moona 150, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "African dance group Artef Theatre (Wernli)".
Bassa Moona 237, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; production shots Lafayette Theatre (Wernli)".
Bassa Moona 238, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening nigh celebrities Lafayette Theatre (Waterbury)".
Bassa Moona 291, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Native African visit Lafayette Theatre (Wernli)".
Bassa Moona No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume Shots, color positives".
The Bat 239, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Waterbury)".
Battle Hymn 4, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. 1 negative and 1 positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; Production portraits".
Battle Hymn 17, Circa 1936-1939
1 negative and 2 positives. One of the positives has writing on the envelope, it reads "Stage set (Wernli)".
Battle Hymn 39, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "John Brown statue and portrait (Wernli)".
Battle Hymn 217, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage set (Wernli)".
Be Seated 143, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelope, it reads "Vaudeville".
Beque, Don Oscar 91, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance director".
Box
96 Big Blow 756, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Run through Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Wernli)".
Big Blow 757, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits; Clark, Cooper, Green, Malone, Robbins, Romano, Wilson (Steiner)".
Big Blow 764, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Maxine Elliott's theatre (Robert)".
Big Blow 777, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shot; portraits Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Randolph)".
Big Blow 788, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Special shots for magazine (Helkin)".
Big Blow 790, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Wernli)".
Big Blow 792, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clippings (Nielsen)".
Big Blow 808, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Special production shots Maxine Elliott's Theatre".
Big Blow 815, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Elizabeth Malone and B. Reid Maxine Elliott's Theatre".
Big Blow 816, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "B. Reid, portrait".
Big Blow 835, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Waterbury)".
Big Blow 842, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Amelia Romano and kittens".
Big Blow 846, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage Sets".
Big Blow No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
The Big City 112, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette".
The Birthday Party 302, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette (Waterbury)".
Black Empire 161, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots California, Los Angeles (horn)".
The Boar 474, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama United Methodist Church (Waterbury)".
The Boiled Eggs 438, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette (Helkin)".
The Brass Trumpet 69, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette".
The Brass Trumpet 342, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performance; audience Public school #172 (Wernli)".
Brazilian Actors 313, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Actors on Tovarich set (Monoson)".
Brazilian Actors 375, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits (Steiner)".
Bury the Dead 437, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Slavonic Club (Arnold)".
The Camel and the Vampire 260, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama YMHA Building (Wernli)".
Candide 23, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance group; rehearsal; costume".
Candide 363, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance group; costume (Arnold)".
Candide 364, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; dance (Arnold)".
Candide 385, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio; cas portraits (Steiner)".
Candide 433, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jose Limon and Lily Verne, studio and dance portraits (Cotler)".
Candide 452, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers; portraits (Steiner)".
Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines 582, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Theater repertory (Nielsen)".
Caravan 25, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portable' backstage Various parks".
Caravan 26, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; backstage various parks".
Caravan 404, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville (Wernli)".
Caravan 406, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville (Waterbury)".
Caravan 421, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience St. Mary's Park (Waterbury)".
Caravan 466, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Signs in subway (Waterbury)".
Caravan 535, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clippings (Arnold, Helkin)".
Caravan 668, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clippings; maps (Nielsen)".
Caravan 725, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; showing off Staten Island (Waterbury)".
Caravan 732, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster, caricature (Nielsen)".
The Case of Philip Lawerence 395, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
The Case of Philip Lawerence 401, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
The Case of Philip Lawerence 432, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
The Case of Philip Lawerence 434, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits".
Chalk Dust 7, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits; production shots".
Chalk Dust 77, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marquee".
Cheer, Boys, Cheer 677, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Ben Hur Stables (Waterbury)".
Chelsea Community Center 200, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Group portraits".
Chelsea Community Center 382, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Set Maid of Japan Hudson Guild (Monoson)".
The Cherokee Night 94, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama".
Children's Theatre 6, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Exposition to the North Pole Indian, Gary".
Children's Theatre 8, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audiences".
Children's Theatre 9, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Biltmore Theatre".
Children's Theatre 10, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "May Day Festival Central Park".
Children's Theatre 84, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Winning Boys team; Community drama, drama contest Washington Irving High School".
Children's Theatre 138, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop".
Children's Theatre 152, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama; audience YMHA (Black)".
Children's Theatre 221, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "(Waterbury)".
Children's Theatre 225, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "(Waterbury)".
Children's Theatre 247, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama; Christmas Show Willoughby House (Black)".
Children's Theatre 248, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Police benefit, Christmas 1936 Mecca Temple (haber)".
Children's Theatre 275, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Originator Long Island City (Black)".
Children's Theatre 278, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Copies of books (Helkin)".
Children's Theatre 303, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Presidents Public School #127 (Black)".
Children's Theatre 322, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience, Chinese International House (Wernli)".
Children's Theatre 368, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama University Settlement House (Waterbury)".
Children's Theatre 502, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama University Settlement House (Arnold)".
Children's Theatre 510, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Columbus Day Pageant Jacob Schiff's Theatre (Wernli)".
Children's Theatre 515, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster, Autumn Festival (Helkin)".
Children's Theatre 521, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Garden Cinderella Willoughby House (Waterbury)".
Children's Theater 630, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster, festival (Arnold)".
Children's Theatre 646, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Festival St. Martin's Church (Wernli)".
Children's Theatre 663, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's festival Orphan Home (Waterbury)".
Children's Theatre 675, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's festival Fugazy's (Wernli)".
Children's Theatre 690, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers (Steiner, Wernli)".
Children's Theatre 712, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama Public School #155 (Helkin)".
Children's Theatre 836, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Christmas party (Helkin)".
Children's Theatre No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Indiana, Gary".
Chonita 259, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community Drama Hebrew Educational Alliance (Haber)".
The Christmas Candle 556, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Public School #208 (Hilkin)".
Circus 11, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Tent rising; children Elmhurst, Long Island".
Circus 12, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Tents Jamaica".
Circus 13, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Posters; publicity".
Circus 95, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers; personnel".
Circus 172, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; personnel Astoria, Long Island (Haber)".
Circus 181, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Night parade Sunnyside, Long Island (Waterbury, Wernli)".
Circus 216, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mrs. Ted Sandwina, Performer 212th Armory (Roberts)".
Circus 235, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's audience Armory (Waterbury)".
Circus 245, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Christmas Carnival Mecca temple (Black Haber, Helkin)".
Circus 287, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers".
Circus 295, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Heckscher Foundation Star Casino (Monoson)".
Circus 311, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers New Star Casino (Wernli)".
Circus 338, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's audience; Ridgwood Grove (Monoson)".
Circus 441, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Elmhurst, Long Island (Arnold).
Circus 462, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Astoria, Long Island (Wernli)".
Circus 478, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers; African warriors Soundview Baseball Field".
Circus 529, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers; personnel Adelphi Theatre (Wernli)".
Circus 538, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience New Rochelle (Waterbury)".
Circus 595, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers; audience Stauch's Coney Island (Wernli)".
Circus 614, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers; audience E. Orange, New jersey (Wernli)".
Box
97 Circus 622, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Wagons (Nielsen)".
Circus 650, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
Circus 687, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
Circus 692, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Band; backstage; audience; personnel; Hollis Long Island (Rose, Wernli)".
Circus 699, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers; personnel Sunnyside, Long Island (Waterbury)".
Circus 730, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writings on their envelopes, it reads "Performers, wild west Astoria, Long Island (Helkin)".
Circus 762, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers".
Circus 806, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity".
Circus 807, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits; June Lancaster, Edna Martell, Peter White Cloud".
Circus 813, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Indian costume".
Circus 848, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers New Rochelle".
Circus 889, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Armory".
Circus 917, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Wild west; clowns; performer".
Circus No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performers; tents; audience, Sunnyside, Long Island".
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) 316, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Winners (Helkin)".
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) 324, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Winners (Wernli)".
Clap Hands 14, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Baudeville".
Class of '29 5, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Backstage".
Class of '29 92, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; cast portraits".
Class of '29 513, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shot; Council House (Wernli)".
The Clock on the Stairs 305, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Daly's Theatre (Black, Wernli)".
The Comedy of Errors 15, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production Shots".
Community Drama 73, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancer; production Rutgers Church House".
Community Drama 82, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "University Settlement House".
Community Drama 160, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Advent Episcopal Church".
Community Drama 209, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "The Gingham Girl Bronx Wintergarden (Haber)".
Community Drama 279, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Public School #187 (Helkin)".
Community Drama 347, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Southern play Public School #21 Woodside Long Island (Black)".
Community Drama 373, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Pageant Bronx Wintergarden (Wernli)".
Community Drama 435, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "YMHA (Wernli)".
Community Drama 448, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Hebrew Orphan Asylum (Waterbury)".
Community Drama 705, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Riverdale Presbyterian Church; (Horn)".
Community Drama 706, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads :YWCA Harlem (Horn)".
Community Drama 709, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Provincetown Theatre (Steiner)".
Community Drama 714, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Provincetown Theatre (Wernli)".
Community Drama 926, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Erza Stone with Gudson Guild Children Mansfield Theatre".
Community Drama 941, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama contest University Settlement House".
Community Drama 949, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Contest Provincetown Theatre".
The Conjur' Man Dies 16, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan".
The Conjur' Man Dies 77, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marquee Lefayette Theatre".
The Conjur' Man Dies 144, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Consolation 354, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Riverdale Presbyterian Church; (Arnold)".
Consulation 399, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Rutgers Church House (Monoson)".
Consulation 436, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cropsey Avenue Methodist Church; (Monoson)".
Constitutional Pageant 493, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Special event Madison Square Garden (Wernli)".
Coriolanus 642, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait of Shakespeare".
Coriolanus 655, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Wernli)".
Coriolanus 710, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience Manual Training High School Annex; (Horn)".
Coriolanus 739, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "(Nielsen)"
The Cradle will Rock 366, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative has writing on it's envelope that reads "Rehearsal shots (Black)" and one positive has writing on it's envelope that reads "Rehearsal shots Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Helkin)".
Cradle will Rock 370, Circa 1936-1939
1 negative and 2 positives. One positive has writing on it's envelope, it reads "Rehearsal shots (Black)".
The Cradle will Rock 394, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marc Blitzstein, author (Black)".
The Cradle will Rock 412, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Wernli)".
Mr. Craig No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Created Equal No # A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage Models".
Created Equal No # B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage Models".
The Crippled Girl 722, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Miss Baldwin, portrait (Steiner)".
Daly's Theatre 634, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Seating capacity (Nielsen)".
Dance 101, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audition (Waterbury)".
Dance 146, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ballet audition Art of Theatre".
Dance 265, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Brooklyn Museum Sculpture Center; (Monoson)".
Dance 296, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ballet, Campfire Girls (Black)".
Dance 558, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume pictures, Mermaids (Steiner).
Dance 772, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Miss Mehlman, portraits (Steiner)".
Dance of Death 22, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Dance 558A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives.
The Discriminating Princess 378, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama East Side House (Waterbury)".
Dr. Faustus 63, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits; Orson Welles".
Dr. Faustus 258, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Haber)".
Dr. Faustus 261, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Carol King, light technician Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Monoson)".
Dr. Faustus 273, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Monoson)".
Dr. Faustus 290, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Devil stunts (Black)".
Dr. Faustus 292, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama critic's sign (Black)".
Dr. Faustus 343, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Brazilian actors attending performance Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Monoson)".
Dr. Faustus 357, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionettes, operators with dolls (Arnold)".
Dr. Wespi 109, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "German unit (Waterbury)".
Doll's Holiday 356, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Public School #185 (Black)".
The Dragon Snee Zee 44, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette Biltmore Theatre".
The Dragon Snee Zee 49, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production".
The Dragon Snee Zee 88, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop".
Edwards, Paul 887, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Edwards, Paul No # A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait (Rose)".
Edwards, Paul No # B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper interview".
Einmal Menshe 249, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "German theater Yorkville Casino (Black)".
The Emperor's New Clothes 24, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children Adelphi Theatre".
The Emperor's New Clothes 96, Circa 1936-1939
The Emperor's New Clothes 113, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children audience Adelphi Theatre".
The Emperor's New Clothes 162, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caricatures".
The Emperor's New Clothes 169, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Majestic Theatre (Rappaport)".
The Emperor's New Clothes 201, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads " Foreign costumes (Horn)".
The Emperor's New Clothes 233, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's audience Heckscher Theatre (Waterbury)".
An Enemy of the People 888, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
An Enemy of the People 899, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Character shots (Waterbury)".
The Eternal Prodigal 243, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits; production shots; Ritz Theatre (Wernli)".
The Eternal Wanderers 117, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Madison Settlement House".
Evangeline 411, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Public School #124 (Arnold)".
Exodus 739, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers California, Los Angeles (Nielsen)".
Fair and Warmer 255, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Drama Grand Street Playhouse (Monoson)".
The Family Upstairs 390, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "The Family Upstairs".
Fantasy 1939 965, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers".
Fantasy 1939 967, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "(Nielsen)".
Farnsworth, William 312, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Farnsworth, William 344, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Box
98 Federal Art Project 20, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Shots of Mr. Crampton".
Federal Art Project 141, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Sculptors at work".
Federal Art Project 153, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Art class YMHA".
Federal Art Project 180, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Museum exhibit; Museum of Modern Art (Rappaport)".
Federal Art Project 206, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Armory (Rappaport)".
Federal Art Project No # A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives.
Federal Art Project No # B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives.
Federal Arts Projects 85, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Women's Exposition Grand Central Palace".
Federal Arts Projects 182, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads Exhibit 71st Armory (Waterbury)".
Federal Arts Projects 765, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Carnival Washington Square Park (Helkin, Rose, Steiner)".
Federal Arts Project No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "5 Arts Carnival".
Federal Music Project 119, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Brooklyn Symphony and New York Civic Orchestras Madison Square Garden (Waterbury)".
Federal Music Project 417, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "D. Plontnikoff, portrait".
Federal Music Project No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mayor LaGuardia (Wernli)".
Federal Theatre Magazine 27, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity stills".
Federal Theatre Magazine No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "George Ross, Alice Hughs (Wernli)".
Federal Theatre Project 18, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Set design".
Federal Theatre Project 28, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production chart".
Federal Theatre Project 55, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage workers".
Federal Theatre Project 58, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mother Sullivan".
Federal Theatre Project 68, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity office".
Federal Theatre Project 78, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ticket booth Sears".
Federal Theatre Project 89, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Model exhibit Hotel New Yorker".
FTP Photographic Dept. Room Plans 148, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have the typed name "New Park Room Plans" crossed out and replaced with "FTP- Photographic Dept Room Plans". The other negative and positive say "New Park Room Plans".
Federal Theatre Project 168, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Suitcase unit (Helkin)".
Federal Theatre Project 183, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette show 71st Armory (Waterbury)".
Federal Theatre Project 193, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop activities (Black)".
Federal Theatre Project 194, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop activities (Waterbury)".
Federal Theatre Project 195, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop activities (Waterbury)".
Federal Theatre Project 213, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Exhibit Jamaica, Long Island (Haber)".
Federal Theatre Project 280, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Chart, supportive services (Waterbury)".
Federal Theatre Project 283, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper articles".
Federal Theatre Project 288, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Sign painters (Helkin)".
Federal Theatre Project 315, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Flood Volunteers return (Monoson)".
Federal Theatre Project 449, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Inspection department, portraits (Cotler)".
Federal Theatre Project 450, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Photographic staff chart (Rose)".
Federal Theatre Project 463, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Public Schools #135 & 222 (Helkin)".
Federal Theatre Project 471, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience shots Joint Disease Hospital (Waterbury)".
Federal Theatre Project 481, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity contest Hearns Department Store (Wernli)".
Federal Theatre Project 485, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Inspectors".
Federal Theatre Project 557, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity, Mother Goose and Sanata Claus (Arnold)".
Federal Theatre Project 618, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Program poster of 6 shows (Nielsen)".
Federal Theatre Project 656, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nieslen)".
Federal Theatre Project 669, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity, toy department with WPA dwarf Hearn's Department Store (Wernli)".
Federal Theatre Project 717, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Travel Bureau (Yayno)".
Federal Theatre Project 878, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "The March of Dimes".
Federal Theatre Project No #A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clipping".
Federal Theatre Project No #B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Technical sound equipment".
Federal Theatre Project No #C, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop".
Federal Theatre Project No #D, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Backstage".
Federal Theatre Project No #E, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Make-up".
Federal Theatre Project No #F, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unidentified".
Federal Theatre Project No #G, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity + Promotion staff Illinois".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 171, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Electricity, Chapter 7 (Wernli)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 177, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Hospital staff (Black, Helkin, Waterbury Wernli)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 199, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positives have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Hershey Building (Helkin)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 215, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Hershey Building (Black)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 314, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Furniture, Joe Foster".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 580, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Booker T. Washington, portrait (Helkin)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 631, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Design of snake skin (Nielsen)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 740, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Quilts (Nielsen)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 750, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Constutition; interior of submarine (Nielsen)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 751, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dog (Nielsen)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 758, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "East Side street scene (Nielsen)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 785, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "British royal barges; costume".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) 903, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Wright brothers (Nielsen)".
Federal Theatre Project (Research) No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Letter; George Washington; Benjamin Franklin; Policy of Assurance, B. Washington".
Federal Writers Project 132, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Hollis Bike Store".
Federal Writers Project No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negative and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Alaska".
Ferdinand the Bull 729, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop (Waterbury)".
Ferdinand the Bull 731, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Exhibit (Waterbury)".
Ferdinand the Bull 811, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionettes".
Ferdinand the Bull 821, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Crippled Children's Hospital (Wernli)".
Ferdinand the Bull 825, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience and production".
Ferdinand the Bull No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette".
5th Avenue Theatre 733, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Proscenium and stage (Helkin)".
Flanagan, Hallie 32, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits".
Flanagan, Hallie 72, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Harry Hopkins, Norman Bel Geddes Manhattan Theatre".
Flanagan, Hallie 812, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night; audience; street scenes".
Flight 187, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads, "Stage sets (Horn)".
Flight 251, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Heckscher Theatre (Waterbury)".
Flight 252, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits".
Flight 284, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast attending aviation show; Grand Central Palace (Waterbury)".
Flight 285, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Hecksher Theatre (Haber)".
Foreign Language Production (Research) 210, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "(Wernli)".
Foreign Language Production (Research) 211, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "German (Helkin)".
Foreign Language Production (Research) 222, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Spanish (Helkin)".
Foreign Language Production (Research) 230, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Bercovici (Wernli)".
Foreign Language Production (Research) 240, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Yiddish (Helkin)".
Fowler, Harold 293, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Deputy Commissioner, Police Headquarters (Helkin)".
Frankie and Johnny No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ballet Fedre".
Freeman, Charles K. 832, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Assistant to George Kondolk, studio portrait".
Gilbert and Sullivan 703, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster, 5 shows (Friend)".
Gilbert and Sullivan 867, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Leaving for Philadelphia".
Gilbert, Jack 38, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
The Gondoliers 817, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Great Catherine 31, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "One act experimental theater".
H.M.S. Pinafore 66, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits".
H.M.S. Pinafore 945, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast, portraits (rose, Waterbury)".
Box
99 Haiti 567, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Helkin)".
Haiti 569, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Beverly Juno Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Arnold)".
Haiti 579, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio and costume portraits Lafayette Theatre (Arnold)".
Haiti 581, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Rex Ingram Lafayette Theatre (Waterbury)".
Haiti 585, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
Haiti 597, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Personnel and stage (Helkin, Steiner)".
Haiti 600, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Lafayette Theatre (Waterbury)".
Haiti 603, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Candid shots Lafayette Theatre (Helkin)".
Haiti 613, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night celebrities (Wernli)".
Haiti 621, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Candid and audience shots (Waterbury)".
Haiti 624, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Candid shots (Nielsen)".
Haiti 638, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Rex Ingram (Wernli)".
Haiti 652, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Elena Karam, costume Portraits (Steiner)".
Haiti 679, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
Haiti 686, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portrait (Waterbury)".
Haiti 694, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio and costume portraits".
Haiti 698, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Haiti 707, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 1 positive. One negative and the positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Research, library".
Haiti 737, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Bernard Pate, costume portraits".
Haiti 748, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Elena Karam, costume portraits".
Haiti 754, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Canada Lee, studio and costume portraits".
Haiti 775, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Howard Reid, costume portraits".
Haiti 803, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Boston tour".
Hall, Juanita 164, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Melody Singers".
Hall, Juanita 176, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Melody Singers".
Hansel and Gretel 546, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette puppeteers, portraits (Arnold)".
Hansel and Gretel 547, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette (Arnold)".
Hansel and Gretel No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan".
Harlem Holiday 744, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Outside shots of Lafayette Theatre (Wernli)".
Hart, Harry 555, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portrait (Waterbury)".
Hawaiian Island 351, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Public School #187 (Wernli)".
Hay Fever 530, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Newdrop High School (Wernli)".
He Ain't Done Well by Poor Nell 476, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "New York University (Arnold)".
Help Yourself 35, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Help Yourself 123, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Walter Burke, portrait".
Help Yourself 130, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Help Yourself 457, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience Crotona Park (Waterbury)".
Help Yourself 461, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience St. Mary's Park (Waterbury)".
A Hero is Born 496, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume, production shots Adelphi Theatre (Helkin)".
A Hero is Born 496A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage set; production shot (Adelphi Theatre (Arnold, Waterbury)".
A Hero is Born 514, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Peggy Coudray, portrait (Arnold)".
A Hero is Born 528, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "William Phelps (Helkin)".
Holy Night 253, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Princess Theatre (Helkin)".
Horse Eats Hat 155, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume, production shots; backstage; rehearsal (Haber)".
Horse Eats Hat 166, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads: "Orson Welles, John Houseman, portraits".
Horse Play 88, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop".
Horse Play 116, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Zoo. research".
Horse Play 134, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Warehouse; portraits".
Horse Play 187, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets Lafayette Theatre (Horn)".
Horse Play 477, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Scottsboro Boys Lafayette Theatre (Waterbury)".
Horse Play 479, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Lafayette theatre (Waterbury)".
House, Colonel 93, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
How Long Brethren? 364, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance unit (Arnold, Black, Helkin, Wernli)".
How Long Brethren? 429, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Miss Soyer, studio portrait (Cotler)".
How Long Brethren? 445, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Svo Soren, dancer, portrait (Steiner)".
How Long Brethren? 545, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance project Christ Church (Waterbury)".
How Long Brethren? 566, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Lawrence Gellert, music composer, portrait (Helkin)".
Hymn to the Rising Sun, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Chain gang Ritz Theatre (Wernli)".
The Idle Inn 36, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Anglo-Jewish theater".
Immediate Comment 965, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance project; studio character shots (Steiner)".
In Heaven and Earth 33, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity shots".
In Heaven and Earth 34, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage set; production shots Willias and Majestic Theatres".
In Heaven and Earth 77, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marquee".
Injunction Granted 30, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caricature".
Injunction Granted 37, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Injunction Granted 102, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Backstage; production shots; entrance; stage set Biltmore Theatre (Helkin)".
Injunction Granted 105, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vito Marcantonio, Congressman Biltmore Theatre".
Injunction Granted 111, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caricature".
Injunction Granted 128, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Norman Lloyd".
Injunction Granted 135, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Backstage; entrance Biltmore Theatre".
Injunction Granted 156, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cartoon".
Injunction Granted 163, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Lantern slides".
Introducing Mr. Punch 640, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Puppeteers, portrait (Waterbury)".
Introducing Mr. Punch 644, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; audience Van Guard Community Center (Helkin)".
Iolanthe 277, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume. production portraits Daly's Theatre (Monoson, Stiener)".
Iolanthe 440, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience Silver Lake, Staten Island (Waterbury)".
It Can't Happen Here 184, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Principals of cast Adelphi Theatre (Haber)".
It Can't Happen Here 186, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage and production shot; Yiddish (Waterbury, Wernli)".
It Can't Happen Here 186A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Yiddish, portraits (Waterbury)".
It Can't Happen Here 186C, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; Yiddish unit (Waterbury)".
It Can't Happen Here 189, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage Scenes (Helkin)".
It Can't Happen Here 192, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Suitcase unit (Wernli)".
It Can't Happen Here 202, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Buzz Windrip, portrait; Yiddish unit (Horn)".
It Can't Happen Here 203, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Suitcase unit; portrait 1f leads (Black.)".
It Can't Happen Here 204, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Brooklyn and Queen's unit Majestic Theatre (Waterbury)".
It Can't Happen Here 207, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "New Bishop George Probert, portrait Adelphi Theatre (Haber)".
It Can't Happen Here 212, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "New Bishop George Probert, portrait, Adelphi Theatre (Haber)".
It Can't Happen Here 214, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Yiddish unit, portrait (Black)".
It Can't Happen Here 219, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Suitcase unit; stage sets (Helkin)".
It Can't Happen Here 220, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night celebrities Adelphi Theatre (Haber)".
It Can't Happen Here 227, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Suitcase unit Majestic Theatre (Helkin)".
It Can't Happen Here 236, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; stage sets Adelphi Theatre (Wernli)".
It Can't Happen Here 236A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; stage sets Adelphi Theatre (Waterbury)".
It Can't Happen Here 241, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Adelphi Theatre (Helkin)".
It Can't Happen Here 405, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Staten Island (Wernli)"
It Can't Happen Here 408, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience Owl's Head Park".
It Can't Happen Here No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots-color positive".
It Happened on Christmas Eve 256, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Bruce Library".
Box
100 Jack and the Beanstalk 484, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Washington Square Park (Wernli)".
Jack and the Beanstalk 492, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Kelly field (Helkin)".
Jack and the Beanstalk 522, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan 35th Street workshop".
The Jew who Knew Washington 298, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama (Wernli)".
Jewish Pageant 393, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Madison Square Garden (Waterbury)".
Joan of Arc 379, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community Drama (Waterbury)"
Johnny Johnson 739, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shot (Nielsen)".
Just Ten Days 482, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Kelly field (Helkin)".
Katcha and the Devil 254, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette workshop (Waterbury)".
Kinch, Myra No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers".
Kondolf, George 593, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portrait (Steiner)".
Kondof, George 674, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Board meeting (Wernli)".
Kramm, Joseph No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Ladies' Aid Strike 517, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Central Methodist Church (Helkin)".
Ladies and Hussars 537, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Hebrew Educational Society (Helkin)".
Lady White and Lady Yellow 497, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama St. Mark's Church (Arnold)".
Lafayette Theatre 167, Circa 1936-1939
1 negative and 2 positives. The negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stagehands (Waterbury)".
Lafayette Theatre 196, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop activities (Waterbury)".
Lafayette Theatre 206, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Prize winners (Rappaport)".
Lafayette Theatre 323, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Wadrobe department (Waterbury)".
Lafayette Theatre 454, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Personnel".
Lafayette Theatre 588, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Seating capacity (Helkin)".
LaGuardia, Fiorello 51, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Myor of New York, New York City".
Life and Death of an American 804, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "George Sklary, author, portrait".
Life and Death of an American 912, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio, costume portraits".
Life and Death of an American 946, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits; stage sets (Helkin, Waterbury)".
Life and Death of an American 958, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
Life and Death of an American 960, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Publicity sturt (Helkin)".
Life and Death of an American 962, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Character portraits (Waterbury)".
Life and Death of an American 969, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Helkin, Steiner)".
The Lights O' London 40, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits; production shots Palm Gardens".
The Lights O' London 106, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience scene".
Linns, Jack 348, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage director Adelphi Theatre (Steiner)".
Little Black Heliotrope 409, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama St. Augustine's Chapel (Black)".
Living Newspaper Unit 41, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Office".
Living Newspaper Unit 267, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Backstage Biltmore Theatre".
Living Newspaper Unit 276, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Office staff (Haber)".
Lloyd, Norman 151, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Barrel Story".
The Lonely Man 549, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clipping (Nielsen)".
Love in Humble Life 304, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits; production shots Daly's Theatre (Black, Wernli)".
Lunatics at Large 561, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Touchstone Drama Guild (Helkin)".
Lyric Theatre No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Inside, outside shots".
Macbeth 6, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Nat Carson, designer".
Macbeth 42, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume, production shots Lafayette Theatre".
Macbeth 43, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night; audience street scenes".
Macbeth 114, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Painting scene".
Macbeth 190, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Visit of Ernst Toller".
Macbeth 800, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; audience".
Macbeth 833, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume, studio portraits (Rose, Waterbury)".
The Machine Age 250, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Frank Williamson, portrait (Steiner)".
The Machine Age 352, Circa 1936-1939
Portraits of leads Majestic Theatre (Steiner)".
The Machine Age 359, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Cotler)".
The Machine Age 377, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Majestic Theatre (Steiner)".
Majestic Theatre 75, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads"Stage Set".
Marionettes 10, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Florida, Jacksonville".
Marionettes 18, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Posters".
Marionettes 20, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mr. Crampton".
Marionettes 45, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience Mill Hotel".
Marionettes 47, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Performing; workshop".
Marionettes 453, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Anniversary Green wich House (Wernli)".
Marionettes 661, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Magical illusion, rooster (Nielsen)".
Marionettes No #A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Genesis-Diagram of marionette Adam".
Marionettes No #B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives.
Maxine Elliott's Theatre 634, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Seating capacity (Nielsen)".
Melodies on Parade 460, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Silver Lake Park, Staten Island (Arnold)".
Melodies on Parade 553, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Copy letter (Helkin)".
Melodies on Parade 668, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clippings (Nielsen)".
Metropolitan Museum of Arts 115, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Exhibit".
Metropolitan Museum of Arts 120, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Madame Sikeliano".
A Midsummer Night's Dream 403, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Staten Island (Wernli)".
A Midsummer Night's Dream 407, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Director's conference Staten Island (Waterbury)".
A Midsummer Night's Dream 415, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan; audience, sound, lights Staten Island (Waterbury)".
A Midsummer Night's Dream 423, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; Caravan Smithfield, Long Island (Waterbury)".
A Midsummer Night's Dream 425, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; Caravan Kelly Field (Waterbury)".
A Midsummer Night's Dream 427, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; Caravan Prospect Park (Waterbury)".
The Mikado 52, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Washington Irving High School".
The Mikado 234, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Church of the Good Shepard (Wernli)".
The Mikado 246, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Hebrew Orphen Asylum (Waterbury)".
The Mikado 647, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vera Meyers, portrait (Steiner)".
The Mikado 649, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "1,000,000 ticket (Nielsen)".
The Mikado 654, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Miss Rubinstein, portrait (Rose)".
The Mikado 665, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "1,000,000 ticket winner (Helkin)".
The Mikado 676, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night celebrities Academy of Music (Helkin)".
The Mikado 682, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Academy of Music (Wernli)".
The Mikado 715, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Tent operations (Steiner)".
The Mikado 921, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits".
The Mikado (Swing) 905, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night celebrities audience- H.Hopkins, F.LaGuardia, E.Roosevelt (Helkin, Waterbury)".
The Mikado (Swing) 906, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume, studio portrait".
The Mikado (Swing) 908, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots New Yorker Theatre".
The Mikado (Swing) 909, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jitterbugs (Waterbury)".
The Mikado (Swing) 911, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Music sheet".
The Mikado (Swing) 913, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast costume shots Botanical Gardens".
The Mikado (Swing) 915, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cartoon".
The Mikado (Swing) 916, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers Illinois, Chicago/New York".
The Milky Way 725, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; Caravan St. Mary's Park (Wernli)".
Minnie Breezer 289, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Jewish Community Center (Wernli)".
Ministrels 53, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville".
The Minuet 355, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Muhlenberg Library (Wernli)".
The Miser 56, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Mississippi Rainbow 560, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Arnold)".
Mississippi Rainbow 592, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume pictures (Arnold)".
Mississippi Rainbow 596, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits (Arnold)".
Mississippi Rainbow 609, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots 49th Street Theatre (Waterburg)".
Mississippi Rainbow 725, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience Jamica, Long Island (Wernli)".
Mr. Jiggins of Jigginstown 228, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Princess Theatre (Wernli)".
Moon Dream 444, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama YWCA (Wernli)".
Box
101 Mother Goose on Parade 552, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance Group (Helkin)".
Mother Summer 380, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's theater Cararsie (Helkin)".
Moving Along 13, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
Moving Along 19, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Countess Clara Bulow, backstage".
Moving Along 59, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville".
Moving Along 208, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville Yonders (Waterbury)".
Moving Along 229, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "YMCA, Hansom Place (Helkin)".
Murder in the Cathedral 55, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage workers".
Murder in the Cathedral 57, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage".
Murder in the Cathedral 60, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits".
Murder in the Cathedral 61, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Murder in the Cathedral 77, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marquee".
Nathan, Mrs. Marian 62, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives.
National Theatre 864, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Infinidome".
Native Ground 218, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Rehearsal (Haber)".
Native Ground 244, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Steiner)".
Native Ground 264, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits Majestic Theatre (Steiner)".
Native Ground 320, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets (Wernli)".
The Nativity 533, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Willoughby".
The Nativity 554, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama (Wernli)".
The Nativity 843, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
The Nativity 851, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "42nd Street Public Library".
Nature's Phantasy 572, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Public School #187 (Helkin)".
New York, New York 467, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Board of Education metro-politan maps (Arnold, Nielsen)".
1935 98, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shot; Living Newspaper Unit".
No More Peace 487, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Steiner)".
No More Peace 488, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Character shots Roslyn, Long Island (Arnold)".
No More Peace 518, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; backstage; cast portraits Grand Street Playhouse (Wernli)".
No More Peace 525, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
No More Peace 562, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Wen Talbot Choir 49th Street Theatre (Waterbury)".
No More Peace 576, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "POster (Nielsen)"
Noah 185, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night celebrities (Haber)".
Noah 197, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Lafayette Theatre (Steiner)".
Oh Boy! 495, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Hunt's Point Palace (Waterbury)".
Oliver Twist 46, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette".
Oliver Twist 297A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production; puppeteers (Helkin)".
Oliver Twist 321, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience YMHA (Arnold)".
Oliver Twist 339, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience Henry Street Settlement House; (Waterbury)".
Oliver Twist 350, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience Public School #21 (Monoson)".
Oliver Twist 389, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience; puppets and puppeteers with students Public School #45 (Wernli)".
On the Rocks 696, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits (Rose, Waterbury)".
On the Rocks 700, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Daly's Theatre (Friend, Waterbury)".
On the Rocks 769, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
On the Rocks 793, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Brenner, Waterbury)".
On the Rocks 802, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Shaw meets Shaw backstage".
On Top 118, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville".
On Top 127, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caricatures".
Once Upon a Time 823, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Robert Lewis Shayon, writer-director (Nielsen)".
One-Third of a Nation 447, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Shots of slums; Living Newspaper Unit (Helkin)".
One-Third of a Nation 499, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Statue of Liberty, inscription (Arnold)".
One-Third of a Nation 526, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Scaffolding; slum shots (Arnold, Helin, Bielsen, W Waterbury, Wernli)".
One-Third of a Nation 542, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Helkin)".
One-Third of a Nation 550, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 564, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits (Rose, Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 574, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets Adelphi Theatre (Arnold)".
One-Third of a Nation 575, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Rose, Steiner, Waterbury)".
One-Third of a Nation 577, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper opinion, heading (Helkin)".
One-Third of a Nation 586, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage set (Helkin, Waterbury, Wernli)".
One-Third of a Nation 591, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Master Remey, portrait (Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 604, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience Adelphi Theatre (Waterbury)".
One-Third of a Nation 611, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "David Pardoll, stage manager (Wernli)".
One-Third of a Nation 623, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Rose, Waterbury, Wernli)".
One-Third of a Nation 629, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mrs. Buttonhopper, cast portrait (Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 667, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Larry Fox, portrait (Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 670, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Edith Groome, portrait".
One-Third of a Nation 673, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Man on fire escape (Rose, Wernli)".
One-Third of a Nation 678, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Critic's poster (Nielsen)".
One-Third of a Nation 695, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ethel Aaron, manager, portrait (Wernli)".
One-Third of a Nation 704, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Steiner, Waterbury)".
One-Third of a Nation 711, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Joan Danton, studio portrait (Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 718, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
One-Third of a Nation 719, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marquee Adelphi Theatre (Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 720, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "5-Act man (Wernli)".
One-Third of a Nation 745, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Set details Adelphi Theatre (Steiner)".
One-Third of a Nation 749, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits: Helen Ambrose, Beatrice Hendricks, Mavish Walsh, Tommie Bissell, Virginia Daly (Rose)".
O'Neill, Eugene 503, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio cast portrait Lafayette Theatre (Steiner)".
O'Neill, Eugene 504, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait, Eugene O'Neill (Waterbury)".
O'Neill, Eugene 508A, Circa 1936-1939
O'Neill, Eugene 516, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Bound East of Cardiff, In the Zone, The Long Voyage Home, Moon of the Caribbees Lafayette Theatre (Steiner)".
O'Neill, Eugene 540, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Thurman Jackson with doctors and nurses (Wernli)".
O'Neill, Eugene No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Moon of the Caribbees production shot".
Othello 645, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama; Richard Harrison group YWCA (Waterbury)".
Our Future World 534, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Public School #124 (Helkin)".
Out of Egypt 371, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama YMCA (Helkin)".
Pageant 451, Circa 1936-1939
1 negative and 2 positives. One positive has writing on it's envelope, it reads "Treasury Building, Wall Street, (Helkin)".
Panic of 1938 602, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Bay Ridge Day Nursery".
The Path of Flowers 158, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast, studio portraits; production shots (Rappaport)".
Patience 491, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Cotler)".
Patience 512, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Arnold)".
Patience 532, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jamaica Jewish Center (Waterbury)".
Peter Rabbit 392, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Little Italy Neighborhood House (Hilkin)".
Picketing 871, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "95 Madison Avenue (Helkin)".
Pierre Patelin 523, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Adelphi Theatre (Waterbury)".
Pierre Patelin 841, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette".
Box
102 Pinocchio 824, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster; diagram".
Pinocchio 824A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caricatures (Nielsen)".
Pinocchio 838, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits".
Pinocchio 850, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children/toys".
Pinocchio 854, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage set".
Pinocchio 868, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume; production shots".
Pinocchio 881, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Musicians an Pinocchio with children; backstage".
Pinocchio 893, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits".
Pinocchio 898, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Pinocchio, marionette girl (Waterbury)".
Pinocchio 904, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mr. Willis, Arnold Willey, studio portraits (Steiner)".
Pinocchio 907, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Backstage".
Pinocchio 914, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jimmy Durante (Helkin)".
Pinocchio 950, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's audience Ritz Theater".
Pinocchio 963, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ed MIchaels with students Adelphi College (Wernli)".
Pinocchio 966, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ed Michaels with children".
Pinocchio No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "31 pictures of cast".
The Pirate King 524, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Baybridge Bory's Club (Helkin)".
Pirates of Penzance 124, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portrait".
Pirates of Penzance 242, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume, production portraits Seaman's Institute (Waterbury)".
Pirates of Penzance 560, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Arnold)".
Pirates of Penzance 945, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits".
Poor Henry 232, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama; neighborhood players (Black)".
Portraits (unidentified) 104, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unidentified woman".
Portraits (unidentified) No #_A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unidentified man".
Portraits (unidentified) No #B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unidentified woman, color positive".
Power 103, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Ritz Theatre (Helkin, Rose, Steiner, Waterbury)".
Power 129, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads"Marquee Ritz Theatre (Waterbury)".
Power 269, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Steiner)".
Power 286, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ritz Theatre (Black)".
Power 369, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Brett Warren, portrait (Arnold)".
Power 418, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Muni Diamond, portrait (Arnold)".
Power 536, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "POster (Helkin)".
Power 606, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Depicts power (Nielsen)".
Power 633, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Wernli)".
Power 636, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Character shots (Waterbury)".
Power 925, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Washington, Seattle (Nielsen)".
Processional 490, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Steiner)".
Processional 498, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Waterbury)".
Processional 505, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads Publicity shots Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Waterbury)".
Processional 505A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Waterbury)".
Processional 541, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives.
Professor Mamlock 64, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits".
Professor Mamlock 329, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Arnold, Cotler, Steiner)".
Professor Mamlock 340, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Daly's Theatre (Helkin)".
Professor Mamlock 358, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage scenes (Helkin, Nielsen, Steiner)".
Professor Mamlock 360A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage pictures (Steiner)".
Professor Mamlock 372, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Steiner)".
Professor Mamlock 402, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Edwin Cooper, studio portrait (Arnold)".
Professor Memlock 446, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Window display (Monoson)".
Professor Mamlock 500, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Henry Sherwood, portrait (Helkin)".
Professor Mamlock 520, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Henry Sherwood with sign (Arnold)".
Professor Mamlock 531, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Box office crowd Brooklyn Jewish Center (Arnold)".
Prologue to Glory 563, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "E.P. Conkle, author; studio portrait (Arnold)".
Prologue to Glory 568, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper article date April 15, 1865 (Nielsen)".
Prologue to Glory 590, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Steiner)".
Prologue to Glory 594, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Bust of Abraham Lincoln Chanin Building, Herschfield Office (Waterbury)".
Prologue to Glory 605, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "1836 lamp Dietz Company".
Prologue to Glory 607, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Little boy, portraits 49th Street Theatre (Helkin)".
Prologue to Glory 608, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Model set (Wernli)".
Prologue to Glory 615, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Nielsen)".
Prologue to Glory 616, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume department (Waterbury)".
Prologue to Glory 617, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
Prologue to Glory 620, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Candid shots (Helkin)".
Prologue to Glory 626, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Arnold)".
Prologue to Glory 637, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Burgess Meredith (Helkin)".
Prologue to Glory 641, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; costume portraits (Rose, Steiner, Wernli)".
Prologue to Glory 657, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Joan Flicker, portrait (Steiner)".
Prologue to Glory 680, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Russell Conway, portrait (Steiner)".
Prologue to Glory 684, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Waterbury)".
Prologue to Glory 693, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ann Rutledge, portraits (Waterbury, Wernli)".
Prologue to Glory 736, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clipping".
Prologue to Glory 760, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Radio touring unit; candid shots (Randolph)".
Prologue to Glory 774, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio, costume portraits (Rose)".
Prologue to Glory 782, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Ritz Theatre (Waterbury)".
Prologue to Glory 795, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Prologue to Glory 810, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Leaving for Chicago (Wernli)".
Prologue to Glory 939, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits (Steiner)".
Provincetown Theatre 67, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Theater technique".
Provincetown Theater 139, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage model winner".
Punch and Judy 71, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette show".
Punch and Judy 300, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette show (Waterbury)".
R.U.R. 413, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette workshop (Arnold)".
R.U.R. 465, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage models (Arnold)".
Radio 100, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Radio clippings (Black, Wernli)".
Radio 121, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "WHN"
Radio 308, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Bennington College girls (Haber)".
Radio 310, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Birthday gift, WHN Pioneers of Science (Helkin)".
Radio 317, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Banquet (Helkin)".
Radio 325, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "NBC".
Radio 331, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Radio Almanac WHN (Waterbury)".
Radio 332, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Indian story, Almanac players (Waterbury)".
Radio 333, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Irish players (Waterbury).
Radio 334, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait in Oils, conterence".
Radio 335, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Miscellaneous; banquet".
Radio 336, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Choir, Serenade at Eight (Waterbury)".
Radio 337, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "WOXR, Tragedy of Man (Waterbury)".
Radio 345, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Group pictures (Steiner)".
Radio 361, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Pioneers of Science".
Radio 416, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Equipment".
Radio 483, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Commander Rosendahl".
Radio 507, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Tish, CBS (Waterbury)".
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103 Radio 527, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jules Verne WMCA Building (Waterbury)".
Radio 544, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "WWXR (Wernli)".
Radio 551, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "WHN Langdon Post Loew's State Building (Waterbury)".
Radio 601, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vocalists".
Radio 610, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mutual WOR".
Radio 612, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Epic of America WMCA Building (Wernli)".
Radio 701, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ivan Black (Horn)".
Radio 727, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Five books (Nielsen)".
Radio 735, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Evelyn Sherman (Helkin)".
Radio 741, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Margaret Fisher (Wernli)".
Radio 753, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ann Rutledge".
Radio 763, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dorothy Wards, costume department (Randopph)".
Radio 770, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mr. Bierson, portrait (Steiner)".
Radio 794, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jewish players".
Radio 818, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "National Service Bureau Provincetown Theatre (Lowy, Randolph)".
Radio 822, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Clinton Street (Helkin)".
Radio 875, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "There's a Law Against It, portrait-lawyer (Neilsen)".
Radio 877, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Porto Rican man, portrait (Nielsen)".
Radio 918, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Hallie Flanagan".
Radio 940, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Miscellaneous (Nielsen)".
Radio 947, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mrs. Hansel, portrait; statue, Women-in-the-Making of America (Nielsen)".
Radio No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "NBC".
Razey, Dr. 459, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Arnold)".
A Regular Fix 306, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits; production shots (Wernli)".
Relief Lines 326, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Lafayette Theatre (Monoson)".
Revolt of the Beavers 384, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's theater (Arnold)".
Revolt of the Beavers 396, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production, audience shots Adelphi Theatre".
Revolt of the Beavers 398, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Colter)".
Revolt of the Beavers 400, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Adelphi Theatre (Steiner)".
Reward for Kindness 578, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Hebrew Educational Society (Helkin)".
Riddle Me This 480, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Crotona Park (Arnold)".
Rio Rita 391, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Public School #201 (Helkin)".
Ritz Theatre No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Seating capacity (Nielsen)".
Robbinson, Miss 830, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Roosevelt, Eleanor 587, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Congress of Women City College (Wernli)".
Roosevelt, Franklin 543, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clipping, inauguration (Helkin)".
Roslyn Repertory 583, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Helkin)".
The Rostoff Pearls 539, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Bronx Zion Temple (Wernli)".
Run Little Chillun No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster California, Los Angeles".
A Sailor's Ballad 159, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots; portrait (Wernli)".
St. James Theatre 653, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Seating Capacity (Nielsen)".
Salumith 362, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Education Alliance (Waterbury)".
Salut Au Monde 21, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers".
Salut Au Monde 165, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers".
Salut Au Monde 541, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Helkin)".
Salut Au Monde 879, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers Nora Bayes Theatre".
Scamper No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's theater Indiana, Gary".
She Stoops to Conquer 826, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume, studio portraits (Rose)".
She Stoops to Conquer 894, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience".
Sherlock Holmes 48, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette".
Sherlock Holmes 781, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mariontte".
Show Boat 127, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville Pier 16, Hoboken".
Show Boat 724, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "S.S Norden Miles Basin, canarsie (Wernli)".
Show Boat 726, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "S.S. Roma, S.S. Queen Mary (Helkin)".
The Show Off 299, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
The Show Off 414, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience Washington Park".
The Show Off 443, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience".
Showing Off 548, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville 4B unit; act portraits (Arnold, Wernli)".
Showing Off 584, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville; studio portraits (Arnold)".
Showing Off 589, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Copy of announcement 49th Street Theatre (Nielsen)".
Showing Off 627, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "POrtraits of acts Heckscher Theatre (Waterbury)".
Showing Off 688, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mr. Hanlon, portrait (Waterbury)".
Showing Off 713, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan; rehearsal Pier 17, Staten Island (Waterbury)".
Showing Off 716, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Miss Safety, Nora Wheeler (Steiner)".
Sing a Song of Safety 708, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette (Helkin)".
Sing a Song of Safety 746, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Waterbury)".
Sing For Your Supper 671, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Nielsen, Steiner, Waterbury)".
Sing For Your Supper 779, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Rehearsal"
Sing For Your Supper 791, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume shots (Nielsen)".
Sing For Your Supper 796, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
Sing For Your Supper 849, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits; Marconi, Maxim, Nobel, Watt".
Sing For Your Supper 884, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits".
Sing For Your Supper 896, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Sing For Your Supper 897, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
Sing For Your Supper 910, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Lantern slides".
Sing For Your Supper 923, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Sing For Your Supper 927, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Paula Lawrence (Helkin)".
Sing For Your Supper 928, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume shots Adelphi Theatre (Helkin, Waterbury)".
Sing For Your Supper 929, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets (Waterbury)".
Sing For Your Supper 930, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night celebrities (Wernli)".
Sing For Your Supper 964, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers".
Sing For Your Supper No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
The Singing and the Gold 489, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads Cast Portraits (Arnold)".
The Singing and the Gold 509, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Valerie Valaire, portrait (Helkin)".
The Singing and the Gold 519, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets; production shots (Wernli)".
The Singing and the Gold 525, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Helkin)".
Skidding 420, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Washington Square Methodist Church, (Helkin)".
Snickering Horses 74, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Experimental theater".
Solomon, Miss 830, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait; publicity shots".
Spirochete 866, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Louis Pasteur, portrait".
Spirochete 869, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Illinois, Chicago".
Spirochete 924, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jenner, Pare, Aetatis portraits (Nielsen)".
Step This Way, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville' poster (Arnold, Helkin)".
String Fever 651, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workshop (Waterbury)".
String Fever 664, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette puppeteers".
String Fever 683, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Puppeteers (Helkin, Waterbury)".
String Fever 746, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
String Fever 747, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
String Fever 853, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Ballerina marionette".
The Sun and I 57, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets".
The Sun and I 65, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits (Cotler, Helkin)".
The Sun and I 99A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Haber, Steiner)".
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104 The Sun and I 309, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience Adelphi Theatre (Wernli)".
The Sun and I 327, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Stage sets (Steiner)".
The Sun and I No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portrait, color positive".
The Sun Rises in the West No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots California, Los Angeles".
Sun Up 319, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Majestic Theatre (Black)".
Sweet Land 257, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Lafayette Theatre (Wernli)".
Swing It 426, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits Majestic Theatre (Helkin)".
Swing It 439, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio, cast portraits (Steiner)".
Swing It 455, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Cast portraits Adelphi Theatre (Helkin)".
Swing It 456, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Opening night celebrities Adelphi Theatre (Helkin)".
Swing It 458, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Milton Ready, portrait (Helkin)".
Swing It 464, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Adelphi Theatre (Steiner)".
Swing It 475, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dancers (Helkin)".
Swing It 506, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Outside Lafayette Theatre (Wernli)".
Swordfish Isle 274, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette, audience YMHA (Helkin)".
Swordfish Isle 294, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette (Wernli)".
The Tailor Becomes A Storekeeper 598, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads
The Tailor Becomes A Storekeeper 628, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Arnold, Steiner)".
The Tailor Becomes A Storekeeper 658, Circa 1936-1939
The Tailor Becomes A Storekeeper 660, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "David Pinsk-author, portrait (Wernli)".
The Tailor Becomes A Storekeeper 662, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Morris Weissman, portrait (Steiner)".
Taking the Air 76, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville".
Taking the Air 198, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Vaudeville Jamaica Arena (Haber)".
Talbert Choir 397, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "POrtrait Nora Bayes Theatre (Waterbury)".
Tamiris, Helen 107, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait".
Tamiris, Helen 442, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Receiving prize, Dance Magazine, Nora Bayes Theatre (Arnold)".
Tea and Algebra Mystery Box 422, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama YWCA, Bedford Avenue (Black)".
Terrible Meek 226, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots M.E. Church; New York, Elmhurst, (Wernli)".
There's None of Them Perfect 353, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Riverside Presbyterian Church, (Arnold)".
The Three Sisters 919, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionettes".
Tobias and the Angel 374, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Provincetown Playhouse (Wernli)".
Toby Tyler's Circus 365, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Mrionette (Monoson)".
Toby Tyler's Circus 383, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "School girls and puppets Public School #17 (Arnold)".
Tom Thumb Circus 272, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits (Wernli)".
Tons of Money 419, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Hebrew Orphan Asylum (Wernli)".
Tons of Money 428, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience Roosevelt Park (Waterbury)".
Tons of Money 431, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Audience, production shots Washington Square Park (Monoson)".
The Toy Shop 388, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's theater Public School #28 (Waterbury)".
The Toy Shop 852, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Children's theater Public School #155".
Treasure Hunt 266, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portrait Princess Theatre (Helkin)".
Treasure Island 639, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Model sets (Waterbury)".
Treasure Island 685, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster (Nielsen)".
Treasure Island 689, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume pictures (Waterbury, Wernli)".
Treasure Island 691, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jackie Cooper Hotel Warwick (Helkin, Waterbury)".
Treasure Island 723, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan Pier 17; New York, Staten Island (Helkin, Waterbury)".
Treasure Island 801, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Trial by Jury 125, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Trial by Jury 131, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Costume portraits; audience (Balery)".
The Trial of Dr. Beck 468, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits (Arnold)".
The Trial of Dr. Beck 469, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Copy of photographs (Helkin)".
The Trial of Dr. Beck 470, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots (Wernli)".
The Trial of Dr. Beck 473, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Delegation Maxine Elliott's Theatre (Wernli)".
The Trial of Mary Dugan 2, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Fingerprints".
Triple A Plowed Under 79, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production; backstage".
Triple A Plowed Under 80, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Trojan Incident 619, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Eleanor Eden, portrait (Nielsen)".
Trojan Incident 625, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portraits (Arnold, Steiner)".
Trojan Incident 635, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Colfax Sanderson, portrait (Waterbury)".
Trojan Incident 648, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Tamiris, Helen (Nielsen)".
Trojan Incident 659, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster St. James Theatre".
Trojan Incident 666, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Wallingford-composer, portrait (Steiner)".
Trojan Incident 672, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marcel Rousseau (Steiner)".
Trojan Incident 681, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "PRoduction shots (Helkin)".
Trojan Incident 697, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Little girl, portrait (Steiner)".
Turpentine 81, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portraits; production shots".
Two Gentlemen of the Bench 263, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama YMHA Building (Wernli)".
Uliman, B. 820, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Studio portrait".
Unto Such Glory 387, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Ritz Theatre (Wernli)".
The Valiant Tailor 301, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette (Waterbury)".
Vaudeville 149, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Jack Mason, portrait".
Vaudeville 157, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Matt Shelvey, portrait (Wernli)".
Vaudeville 173, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Office (Helkin)".
Vaudeville 250, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Frances Everett, portrait (Steiner)".
Vaudeville 268, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unit 1B (Wernli)".
Vaudeville 270, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unit 3B (Helkin)".
Vaudeville 271, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unit 2B (Monoson)".
Vaudeville 328, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unit 4B (Colter)".
Vaudeville 330, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unit 4B, 5B cast portraits (Cltler)".
Vaudeville 472, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Heads of cast; J.Melino, B. Hibbitt, S. Lewis, M. Lloyd (Waterbury)".
Vaudeville 559, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Unit 5B (Wernli)".
Vaudeville 571, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marquee (Helkin)".
Vaudeville No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Traveling troupe Prison; District of Columbia Washington".
Walk Together Children 83, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots Lafayette Theatre".
Washington Square No #, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Map".
Watson, Morris 170, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caricature (Wernli)".
Watson, Morris 341, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Portrait (Black)".
We Live and Laugh 126, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Yiddish, cast portraits".
We Live and Laugh 191, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Crowd Shots (Wernli)".
What Price America 436, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Cropey Avenue Methodist Church, (Monoson)".
Whistling in the Dark 768, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Caravan, audience Crotona Park (Helkin)".
White Iris 702, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama Institute for the Blind (Wernli)".
Winter 262, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Community drama YMHA Building (Wernli)".
The Woman of Destiny 110, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Production shots".
Works Progress Administration 87, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Signs".
Works Progress Administration 178, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Sewing project (Haber)".
Works Progress Administration 223, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster Grand Central Station (Helkin)".
Work Progress Administration 224, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Poster".
Work Progress Administration No #A, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Newspaper clipping".
Work Progress Administration No #B, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Historical records".
World Tour 174, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Marionette (Helkin)".
World's Fair 948, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Workers assembling display".
Young Tramps 23, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance Group".
Young Tramps 57, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Model sets".
Young Tramps 122, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance Group".
Young Tramps 137, Circa 1936-1939
2 negatives and 2 positives. One negative and one positive have writing on their envelopes, it reads "Dance Group".
Series 5: Printing Materials, 1936-1939 (8 boxes)
This series is split into three subseries: Zinc Plates and Mats, Woodblocks, and Mimeographs.This series contains zinc plates, mats, mimeographs and woodblocks that were used in the production of publications for the Federal Theater Project. The series is arranged alphabetically starting with productions and then going into portraits.
Subseries 5.1: Zinc Plates and Mats, 1930s (4 boxes)
Zinc plates and mats created out of the plates to use in print production.
Box Folder
105 1 9 Pine Street, circa 1936-1939
Matrix/Mat inside a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre", "9 Pine Street", "Zinc Plate + Matrix".
2 Alice in Wonderland, circa 1936-1939
4 envelopes. 1) Zinc plate of Mrs. Beck. Was originally inside an envelope that says "Mats plates from The Oregonian The Preferred Newspaper of the Pacific Northwest Atwater 2121" and in pencil "WPA Theater", "Mrs. Beck 'Alice'". 2) Zinc plate of "Alice". Was originally inside an envelope that says "Mats plates from The Oregonian The Preferred Newspaper of the Pacific Northwest Atwater 2121" and in pencil "WPA Theater", " 'Alice' ". 3) Zinc plate and newsclipping for Alice in Wonderland. In a white sleeve with pencil written on it. "Alice in Wonderland Zinc plate newsclipping", "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg", "The Journal Journal Publishing Co. Portland. Oregon" 4) Zinc plate inside a white sleeve with pencil written on it. "P-11-or-P-10", "Alice in Wonderland", "NARA", "Zinc Plate"
4 Big Blow, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate and mat of 4 of the performers of Big Blow. In a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil "Big Blow", "Zinc Plate and matrix" 2) Zinc plate, mat/matrix, and slip of paper for Sheile Sheldon. In a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil "Sheile Sheldon".
5 The Big White Fog, circa 1936-1939
3 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil "Zinc cut", "No. #3", "Name: Mercedes Tallifero + Gladys Brooks", "Order: P-327", "Remarks: (1-column)", "Big White Fog ILL". 2) Zinc plate in white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil "No. #4", "Name: Gladys Brook", "Order: P-327", "Remarks: (1-column zinc cut)", "Big White Fog-ILL" 3) Zinc plate in white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil "No. #2", "Name: Rosalie Burnette", "Order: P-327", "Remarks: (1-column)", "Big White Fog ILL".
6 Chalk Dust, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate of a man and woman. Was original with an envelope (in bad shape) that says in pencil "Mr. Howard" and "Federal Theater" on the front. On the back in pencil it says "Chalk Dust Cuts". 2) Zinc plate of a woman pointing at a chalk board and a group of men opposite her.
7 Clarence, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate that has 4 pictures on it, 2 men and 2 women. It was originally wrapped in brown paper. In pencil "Clarence"
8 De Vry Yacht Party, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate of a group of people standing together. Originally wrapped in paper that is discoloring. In ink on one side is "Newspaper Cut" and "Devry Yacht Party". On back of plate "Devry Yacht" #88 2) Zinc plate of a group of people sitting together. On back "Devry Yacht #8H"
10 Excursion, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) Small irregularly shaped zinc plate for Excursion 2) Rectangular shaped zinc plate for Excursion
11 The Farmer Takes a Wife (CA. San Francisco), circa 1936-1939
Large irregularly shaped zinc plate for The Farmers Takes a Wife
12 Hansel and Gretel, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) 2 zinc plates and a newspaper clipping from Hansel and Gretel. In a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil "WPA Elks Temple", "Hansel + Gretel", "Mats Plates from The Oregonian The Preferred Newspaper of the Pacific Northwest Atwater 2121" 2) Zinc plate and a newspaper clipping from Hansel and Gretel. In a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil "WPA Theatre 530 Elks Temple", "Hansel + Gretel".
13 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate of a man standing near an NBC microphone. On the back "J.Ray[u?] and Northcult 2) Zinc plate of a man
14 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1936-1939
3 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate of a man, woman and boy. 2) Zinc plate of a man. 3) Zinc plate of a man.
15 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate of 2 men. 2) Zinc plate of 3 men.
16 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1936-1939
2 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate of 3 men. 2) Zinc plate of a man. On the back "Northcult"
Box Folder
106 1 The Mikado Swing, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate and Matrix/Mat in a white sleeve. On the sleeve in pencil: "Mikado", "Zinc plate", "Matrix". 28 mats/matrixes copies for Mikado Swingcopated. 26 copies are a scene of a man and woman, one mat has "Mikado" imprinted on it three times, and one mat has an advertisement for "Mikado" imprinted on it.
2 The Milkway, circa 1936-1939
7 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre", "Milky Way", "Zinc Plate" 2) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg", "Milky Way", "John Groves clipping/zinc plate" 3) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg.", "Milky Way", "John Dawson clipping + Zinc Plate" 4) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg", "Milky Way", "John Groves clipping/zinc plate" 5) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg.", "Milky Way", "Frederic Murray clipping/zinc plate" 6) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Milky Way", "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg.", "John Groves", "Frederic Murray", "Clipping/Zinc plate" 7) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg.", "Milky Way", "Madge Wynne", "Frederic Murray", "Jeanne La Salle", "Zinc plate/clipping"
3 Monesh, circa 1936-1939
3 zinc plates for Monesh. The were originally inside a brown envelope. 5 copies of mats/matrixes of a women, they all have "Monesh" written in pencil on them.
4 Night Must Fall, circa 1936-1939
5 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "WPA Federal Theatre Elks Temple", "Night Must Fall", "Leon Forbes", "Paul Zaremba", "Clipping + Zinc Plate" 2) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre", "Night Must Fall", "John Dawson", "Clipping + Zinc Plate" 3) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre", "Night Must Fall", "Leon Forbes", "Zinc plate + Clipping" 4) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre", "Night Must Fall", "Madge Wynne", "Clip/Zinc Plate" 5) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping in a white sleeve with pencil writing. In pencil: "Federal Theatre", "Night Must Fall", "Leon Forbes", "Margaret Barney", "-Clipping", "-Zinc plate"
5 O Say Can You Sing, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate with a group of women on it. A mat/matrix for "O Say Can You Sing"
6 One-Third of A Nation, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate for the play One- Third of a Nation. On the back in pencil "1/3 of a Nation"
7 Post Road, circa 1936-1939
4 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate that was originally inside a small brown envelope. The zinc plate has a label on the back. "Frances Harris Reg #171", "Leaning on Letty". The brown envelope says "Zinc cut", "Frances Harris", "171", "Learning on Letty"- road shows Post Road". The small brown envelope is inside a larger brown envelope. 2) Zinc plate for the play Post Road. Label on the back says "Edgar Tegner Req. #171", "Leaning on Letty" They were originally inside a large brown envelope. 3) Zinc plate for the play Post Road. Label on the back says "Gulynn Hickman 713 Req. #171 Picture marked 'J'". They were originally inside a large brown envelope. 4) Zinc plate for the play Post Road that was originally inside a large brown envelope.
8 Post Road, circa 1936-1939
4 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate for the play Post Road. Label with it says "Scene Leaning on Letty". It was originally inside a large brown envelope. 2) Zinc plate for the play Post Road. Label on the back says "Scene 'Leaning on Letty' 713 Req. #171 N" 3) Copper plate for the play Post Road that was originally inside a large brown envelope. 4) Zinc plate for the play Post Road that was originally inside a large brown envelope.
9 Power, circa 1936-1939
Mat/Matrix with a scene on it. On the back in pencil: "Scene from 'Power' Now Playing Blackstone Theatre".
Box Folder
107 1 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
3 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown envelope. In pencil on front and back "Prologue to Glory Lyle Hagan and Fanny Ella Hoag" 2) Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown envelope. Typed in upper left corner "Prologue to Glory Zinc cut of Drawing # 2" 3) Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown envelope. Written on the front of the envelope in pencil is "Scene Act 2 Prologue to Glory"
2 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
7 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown envelope marked "Prologue" 2) Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown envelope. Written on the back of the envelope in pencil is "Scene Act 3 Prologue to Glory" 3) Prologue to Glory, Zinc, Newsclipping (written on white sleeve in pencil). Of 3 young women in dresses. 4) WPA "Prologue to Glory" Jeanne La Salle (Zinc Plate) [mats plates from The Oregian The preferred newspaper of the Pacific Northwest Atwater 2121] (written on white sleeve in pencil) 5) Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown envelope. Written on the front of the envelope in pencil is "Leon Forbes Prologue to Glory" 6) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping of Dan Feely, the Denny to Lean Forbes Lincoln in 'Prologue to Glory'. Federal Theatre play sponsored by Visiting Nurse Association of [Malt] County. Federal Theatre Elks Building. (written on white sleeve in pencil) 7) 2 zinc plates of a man
4 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
44 copies of mats/matrixeswith a scene of a man and woman from Prologue to Glory printed on them. They were all originally in a large brown envelope.
5 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
26 mats/matrixes for Prologue to Glory. They were all originally inside a medium size brown envelope. 19 copies of mats featuring advertisements for Prologue to Glory, they are the designs that are on the various wood blocks. 2 mats of a scene from Act I Scene IV, 1 mat of a scene from Act 1 Scene II, 1 mat of Lyle Hagan's character- Abe Lincoln, 2 mats of Lyle Hagan and Fannie Ellen playing Abe Lincoln and Ann Rutledge, and 1 mat of Fannie Ellen, Saudra Karyl, and Helen Howard as Anne Rutledge, Mary, and Lou Caucerou.
6 Pursuit of Happiness, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate and newsclipping for Pursuit of Happiness. They originally were in an envelope from The Journal Journal Publishing Company Portland, Oregon. In pencil "Mason", "Federal Theatre- (Elks Temp- 5/13/38)", "Return -->", "Pursuit of Happiness", and "NAACP sponsors Sept 29"
8 Run LIttle Chillun, circa 1936-1939
3 zinc plates for Run Little Chillun
9 Spirochette, circa 1936-1939
4 envelopes: 1 & 2) 2 zinc plates and 2 newspaper clippings. They were originally in an envelope from The Journal Journal Publishing Company Portland, Oregon. Written on the envelope "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg", "Spirochette", and "4 Men & AL Adams" 3) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping of John Dawson. They were originally in an envelope from The Journal=Journal Publishing Company Portland, Oregon. Written on the envelope "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg 522" and "John Dawson" 4) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping. They originally were in an envelope from The Journal Journal Publishing Company Portland, Oregon. Written on envelope "Federal Theatre Elks Bldg 522"
10 A Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper, circa 1936-1939
5 zinc plates. Includes plates 2, 12, 3, 7, and 4. Each of there numbers are written on the back of each plate. Plate #7 was originally wrapped in white paper.
11 Timberline Tintypes, circa 1936-1939
5 envelopes: 1) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping that originally were inside an envelope with writing on it. Zinc plate is of Maxene Bowlus and Paul Zaremba. Written on the envelope: "WPA Theatre 530 Elks Temple" "Timberline Tintypes" 2) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping of John Groves for the play Timberline Tintypes that originally were inside an envelope with writing on it. Written on the envelope: "WPA Theatre Elks Building", "Tintypes John Groves" 3) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping of Lelah Landon for the play Timberline Tintypes that were originally inside an envelope with writing on it. Written on the envelope: "WPA Oregon Theatre Project", "Timberline Tintypes" 4) Zinc plate and newspaper clipping of Dan Feely for the play Timberline Tintypes that originally were inside an envelope with writing on it. Written on the envelope: "Oregon W.P.A. Theatre 530 Elks Temple Bldg. S.W. Alder at 11th", "Dan Feely", "Tintypes" 5) Zinc plate for the play Timberline Tintypes that was originally inside an envelope with writing on it. The envelope has printed on it: Mats plates from The Oregonian The Preferred Newspaper of the Pacific Northwest Atwater 2121". Written in pencil: "W.P.A. Theater", "Timberline Tintypes"
12 Unidentified Productions, circa 1936-1939
4 mats
13 Unidentified Productions, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
108 1 Allingham, George, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate. There are also 27 copies of mats/matrixes that all have "George Allingham" written in pencil on them".
2 Bolen, Virginia, circa 1936-1939
26 copies of mats/matrixes of Virginia Bolen. On some of the mats/matrixes in pencil "Virginia Bolen"
3 Bratt. George. circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate of George Bratt. Etched on the back is "George Bratt"
4 Bush, Helene, circa 1936-1939
47 mats/matrixes of Helene Bush. Some of the mats have "Helene Bush" written in pencil on them.
5 Croydon, Joan, circa 1936-1939
2 zinc plates of Joan Croydon. Both of them have "Joan Croydon" written on the back of them.
6 Dawson, John, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate that was originally inside an envelope. Printed on the envelope "Mats plates from The Oregonian The Preferred Newspaper of the Pacific Northwest Atwater 2121". In pencil on the envelope: "Federal Theater" and "John Dawson".
7 Duffy, Herbert, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate and 21 copies of mats/matrixes of Herbert Duffy. All of the Mats/matrixes have "Herbert Duffy" on them.
8 Dymell, Lesley, circa 1936-1939
8 copies of mats/matrixes of Lesley Dymell. All of the matrixes have "Lesley Dymell"
9 Gartner, Genevieve, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate that were originally inside an envelope. Printed on the envelope "Zinc cut of pictures No. Bloom 11-50372-14 Genevieve Gartner"
10 Ivanoff, Sonia, circa 1936-1939
4 copies of mats/matrixes of Sonia Ivanoff. One of the mats/matrixes has "Sonia Ivanoff" written in pencil.
11 Karyl, Sandra, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate that was originally inside an envelope. Printed on the envelope "Zinc cut of picture No. Bloom 11-50372- Sandra Katlov or Sandra Karyl"
12 Kattlov, Sandra, circa 1936-1939
see Karyl, Sandra
13 Moller, Ted, circa 1936-1939
14 copies of Mats/matrixes of Ted Moller. Only one of them has "Ted Moller" written in pencil.
14 Pittman, Marie, circa 1936-1939
7 copies of mats/matrixes, only one of them has "Marie Pittman" written in pencil.
15 Schoenholtz, David, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate of David Schoenholtz, there originally was a brown envelope also in the folder.
16 Shaw, G. Boward, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate of G.Boward Shaw that was originally wrapped in brown paper with pencil writing on it. In pencil "Cut of G. Boward Shaw"
17 Ward, Theo, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown sleeve with ink writing. "#1", "Theo Ward (author)" "P-327", "(1-column zinc)"
18 Yonover, David, circa 1936-1939
Zinc plate that was originally inside a brown envelope. Stamped in upper left corner "Zinccut of pictures No. Bloom 11-50372-2 David Yonover"
Unidentified Portraits, circa 1936-1939
20 Unidentified Portraits, circa 1936-1939
21 Unidentified Portraits, circa 1936-1939
22 Unidentified Portraits, circa 1936-1939
Subseries 5.2: Woodblocks, 1930s (3 boxes)
Woodblocks with zinc (and a few copper) plates. These were used for printing.
Box
110 9 Pine Street, circa 1936-1939
Medium square wood block with a scene on it. On the back in pencil: "9 Pine Street", "Theatre of 4 Seasons- Roslyn- Thurs, Fri, + Sat.
9 Pine Street, circa 1936-1939
Box
111 The Cricket on the Hearth, circa 1936-1939
The Cricket on the Hearth, circa 1936-1939
The Cricket on the Hearth, circa 1936-1939
The Cricket on the Hearth, circa 1936-1939
The Cricket on the Hearth, circa 1936-1939
The Cricket on the Hearth, circa 1936-1939
The Cricket on the Hearth, circa 1936-1939
Box
109 Her Majesty the Widow, circa 1936-1939
Small rectangular woodblock with "[Blauche Calluis?]" written in pencil on the back.
Her Majesty the Widow, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular shaped woodblock for Her Majesty the Widow.
Her Majesty the Widow, circa 1936-1939
Square woodblock that was originally inside of a brown envelope with pencil writing. In pencil "Cut Her Majesty the Widow", "Scene W.O. McWatters + [Blauche Calluis?]".
Box
110 Her Majesty the Widow, circa 1936-1939
Medium woodblock that was originally inside of a brown envelope with pencil writing. In pencil "Cut Her Majesty the Widow", "Scene Doris Underwood + W.O. MCWatters".
Box
109 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1936-1939
Large rectangular woodblock of a man.
Box
110 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock of a man.
Box
111 Little Jesse James, circa 1936-1939
Box
110 Mikado, circa 1936-1939
Small rectangular wood block for the play "Mikado" with copper.
Mikado, circa 1936-1939
4 Medium rectangular woodblocks for "Mikado" with copper.
Mikado, circa 1936-1939
Small rectangular woodblock for the play "Mikado" with pencil writing on the back. In pencil: "For use on outgoing envelopes".
Mikado, circa 1936-1939
Mikado, circa 1936-1939
O Say Can You Sing, circa 1936-1939
Square woodblock featuring a group of women on it. On the back in pencil "O Say Can You Sing".
Personal Appearance, circa 1936-1939
Square woodblock featuring an actor and actress for the play "Personal Appearance". On the back in pencil: "Personal Appearance".
Personal Appearance, circa 1936-1939
Irregularly shaped woodblocked featuring a scene for the play "Personal Appearance". On the back in pencil: "Personal Appearance".
Box
109 Post Road, circa 1936-1939
Small square woodblock for the play "Post Road". On back there is a "2".
Box
111 Post Road, circa 1936-1939
Box
109 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
Medium square woodblock for "Prologue to Glory"
Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
Small rectangular woodblock for "Prologue to Glory".
Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock for "Prologue to Glory".
Box
110 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
Large rectangular woodblock for "Prologue to Glory".
Box
109 The Silver Cord, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock with a scene from The Silver Cord on it. In pencil on back "The Silver Cord".
The Silver Cord, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock for "The Silver Cord".
The Silver Cord, circa 1936-1939
2 woodblocks that were originally in a brown envelope. In pencil on front "2 Cuts The Silver Cord", "Scene Joan Croyden + Lee Carney and others [cheenn?], O'Donovan + [Su???]" One is a medium square and the other is a small rectangle.
Swing Parade, circa 1936-1939
Large rectangular woodblock for Swing Parade, it was originally wrapped in brown paper. On the back of the block in pencil "blue ink".
Box
111 Swing Parade, circa 1936-1939
Box
110 Tamed and How, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock for "Tamed and How". It was originally inside a brown envelope with pencil writing. In pencil: "Cut "Tamed + How" Scene- Bla[uee?] Collins introduces her chauffeur husband".
Tamed and How, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock for "Tamed and How". It was originally inside a brown envelope with pencil writing. In pencil: "Cut "Tamed + How" Scene- Chas Berre + Irene Taylor".
Allingham, George, circa 1936-1939
Small rectangular woodblock that was originally wrapped in paper and at one point taped all together. In pencil "George Allingham", "Cuts and Mats".
Audre, Julie, circa 1936-1939
2 medium rectangular woodblocks of Julie Audre. On the back of one of them in pencil "Julie Audre" and the edge of the other one it says "Julie Audre" in pencil.
Box
111 Berre, Charles circa 1936-1939
Box
110 Bolen, Virginia, circa 1936-1939
1 medium rectangular woodblock of Virginia Bolen. On the back of the woodblock in pencil "Virginia Bolen".
Bush, Elaine, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock of Elaine Bush. On the back in pencil "Elaine Bush".
Bush, Helene, circa 1936-1939
2 medium rectangular woodblocks of Helene Bush.
Collins, Blanche, circa 1936-1939
2 medium rectangular woodblocks of Blanche Collins On the backs of both of them in pencil "Blanche Collins".
Duffy, Herbert, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock of Herbert Duffy. On back of woodblock in pencil "Herbert Duffy" is written twice.
Dymell, Lesley, circa 1936-1939
Medium rectangular woodblock of Lesley Dymell. On the back of the woodblock in pencil "Lesley Dymell".
Ivanoff, Sonia, circa 1936-1939
Large rectangular woodblock of Sonia Ivanoff. They were originally wrapped in paper and taped closed. In pencil "Cuts + Mats Sonia Ivanoff".
Moller, Ted, circa 1936-1939
Small rectangular woodblock that was originally wrapped in paper and taped closed. In pencil "Ted Moller" on back.
Box
111 Unidentified Group, circa 1936-1939
Unidentified Group, circa 1936-1939
Unidentified Group of Men, circa 1936-1939
Box
109 Unidentified Man, circa 1936-1939
Box
111 Unidentified Man and Woman, circa 1936-1939
Unidentified Scene, circa 1936-1939
Subseries 5.3: Mimeographs 1930s (1 box)
Mimeographs of different productions and forms that were used during the existence of the Federal Theatre Project.
Box Folder
112 1 Autumn Crocus and U.S. Ark, circa 1936-1939
Two engravings on one sheet. One engraving is for Autumn Crocus and the other is for U.S. Ark.
Box Folder
105 3 The Best Cure, circa 1936-1939
3 Mimeographs for "The Best Cure"
Box Folder
112 2 Children's Plays, circa 1936-1939
3 Christmas Greetings, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
105 9 Dixieland Minstrels, circa 1936-1939
Mimeograph for Dixieland Minstrels.
Box Folder
112 4 Federal Theatre, circa 1936-1939
5 Federal Theatre Presents and Your Playhouse of the Air, circa 1936-1939
Two engraving on one sheet. One engraving says "Federal Theatre Presents" and the other says "Your Playhouse of the Air".
6 If Ye Break Faith and Whistling in the Dark, circa 1936-1939
Two engravings on one sheet. One is for "If Ye Break Faith" and one is for "Whistling in the Dark".
Box Folder
107 3 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
Prologue to Glory- Mimeograph
7 Room Service, circa 1936-1939
2 mimeographs for Room Service. There are two other outlines used for printing as well.
Box Folder
112 7 Unknown, circa 1936-1939
8 W.P.A. Forms, circa 1936-1939
9 W.P.A. Forms, circa 1936-1939
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