Actors -- United States
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The Adams T. Rice papers consists of newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, and programs relating to theatre in Detroit, Michigan, the Federal Theatre Project, and Rice's lecture "The Magic of Science." Material was collected by Rice and dates from the 1920s to 1960, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1920s to the 1930s.
Collection contains materials relating to Peterson's long acting career. Types of materials include scripts to his television, film, and stage roles, correspondence, and props used by Peterson.
The Dorothea Thomas Lynch papers contains correspondence, issues of the Federal Theatre bulletin, issues of the Federal Theatre in the South, production notes, scripts, and set designs for the production The Girl of the Golden West, class outlines for the History of drama, newsclippings about the Florida Federal Theatre Project, and scrapbooks containing programs, photographs, and newsclippings about Jacksonville, Miami, and Tampa, Florida Federal Theatre Project productions.
This collection consists of an account book listing the finances of the Dr. Lizzie May Ulmer Dramatic Company as it traveled around the United States in fall 1885.
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.
28 photographs and 2 negatives that document the Garrick Players, a theatre group that performed in the 1960s at Grace Episcopal Church in Georgetown in Washington, D.C. They moved to the Wayside Theatre in Middletown, Virginia in 1968. The photographs include images of Sylvia Soares and Chris Sarandon, two of the actors, and Gerald Slavet, the director.
This collection contains eleven hand-written letters from Jean Lander and others dated between the years of 1837 and 1896.
Consists of documents spanning Prosky's career in theatre, film, and television. Materials include playbills, photographs, scripts, reviews, fan letters, scrapbooks, and audiovisual.