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Elizabeth Barbour collection of visual materials on theatrical productions, 1900-1920.
Includes postcards and scrapbooks of entertainers, many in theatrical costumes, collected by Elizabeth Barbour between 1910 and 1920. Of interest are jeweled and hand-colored postcards. Includes portraits of Geraldine Farrar, Clyde Fitch, and Mme. Guerrerito of Paris (France).
Ellen Jones Papers, 1985-1990
The Ellen Jones Collection contains lighting and set design work from 1985 to 1990. The material includes scripts, programs, lighting plots, floor plans, promotional posters, photographs and slides from Chicago area productions. Of the 39 productions represented in the collection, eleven each wer...
Guide to Alicia Finkel Papers
The Alicia Finkel Papers contain correspondence, press clippings and publicity, miscellaneous notes, published articles by Alicia Finkel, sketches of costume and set designs, and slides.
Jean Barr Cohen Theatre collection, 1903-1941
The Jean Barr Cohen Theatre Collection reflects the activities of Chicago-based and New York-based theatre companies between 1903 and 1941. While material in this collection primarily consists of programs for theater productions, it also includes programs for productions of music and dance. This ...
Patricia L. (Pat) Hart collection, 1974-1989.
Slides of costumes and costume renderings by Patricia L. Hart.
United Scenic Artists, Local 350 (Chicago, Ill.) records, 1927-1970.
Meeting minutes, financial records, attendance rosters, membership files, correspondence, and other records of the United Scenic Artists (USA) Local 350 in Chicago (Ill.). Most of the collection pertains to the finances of the union, especially membership dues.
Virgil Johnson Papers, 1969-1997
The Virgil Johnson collection contains costume drawings, photographs, and accompanying materials, covering the years 1969-1997. The drawings represent Johnson's work at several Chicago area theaters, as well as the Missouri Repertory Theatre (now the Kansas City Repertory Theatre) and the Guthrie...