Gilroy, Tony.Emerson College137 leaves ;Bourne is pulled from the sea suffering from amnesia with a pair of bullet wounds in his back. His only clue to his own identity is a bank account number etched on a capsule implanted in his body. He finds the Zurich bank where money, a gun, and several passports with different names await. He quickly realizes he can trust no one and offers a German gypsy named Maria ten thousand dollars for a ride to Paris. With Maria's reluctant help, Bourne edges closer to the truth, something CIA officials want concealed at all costs.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Emerson College Archives.Emerson College6.75 linear feet.The Sigmund A. Lavine Gilbert and Sullivan collection consists of scripts, musical scores, programs, photographs, artwork, advertising, newspaper clippings, and other material related to the partnership between W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, and their fourteen comic operas. Much of the material relates to performances of Gilbert and Sullivan operas by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company from 1881-1982. The collection also contains some material produced by Gilbert and Sullivan outside of their partnership.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Lavine, Sigmund A.Emerson College22 linear feet.The Sigmund A. Lavine Boston Theatre Collection consists of over 150 photographs, programs, playbills, newspaper articles, and ephemera that relate to the Boston theatre community between the years 1827 and 1960. The collection materials provide visual images of people involved with the production of and acting in plays in the Boston area, programs of performances in theatres local to Boston, materials used in the production of plays, and papers and newspaper articles in dialogue with the theatre and its community during the specified time period.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Emerson College Archives.Emerson College5.5 linear feet.The "Let's Pretend" collection is comprised of numerous scripts for the "Let's Pretend" radio program which aired on CBS radio, as well as the scores and sheet music that accompanied the program. In addition, there are several radio program scripts from the 1930's which feature one of the "Let's Pretend" actors.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Debenham, Warren.Emerson College14 plus 17 oversize containersThis collection consists of comedy games, promotional items, comedy newsletters, comedy toys and novelty items, film posters and lobby cards, and ephemera collected by a prominent collector of comedy albums. His comedy albums collection is located in Berkeley, CA.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Emerson College Archives.Emerson College4.5 linear feet.The Howard Storm Collection contains the unbound scripts of various television series that Howard Storm directed for, with many from the television series "Mork and Mindy".Contact InformationCatalog Record
Emerson College Archives.Emerson College16 linear feet.The George McFadden Costume and Set Design Clippings Collection consists of clippings; magazine covers; newspapers; postcards; photographs and other materials which served as inspirations for his design career. Much of the collection dates from his time as a theater set and costume designer in the 1930s and 1940s. The collection also contains material from his work as a store window display designer.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Emerson College Archives.Emerson College22 linear feet.The Phil Leslie Script Collection consists of unbound scripts written by Phil Leslie, the bulk of which are from the radio show Fibber McGee and Molly that aired from 1935-1956 on WMAQ/Chicago and then on the NBC Monitor until 1959. There are also some bound scripts from the earlier show Smackout, which also featured Jim and Marian Jordan. It also consists of unbound scripts of the television show Dennis the Menace. This show ran on CBS from 1959 until 1963. There are unbound scripts from other shows that Phil Leslie wrote for, including thirteen radio programs and twenty-five television series, as well as unbound scripts for unproduced episodes and/or unsold pilots. Included are ideas for sketches and jokes, proposed storylines, series and episode outlines as well as rough, revised and final drafts of scripts.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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