Theater Collection

Collection Guide

Summary

Abstract
This collection contains playbooks, playbills, and programs for various plays that were performed from the mid to late twentieth century in the United States, primarily on Broadway. The collection also includes an incomplete run of Theatre Arts Monthly from 1939 to 1956.
Date Range
1930s - 1990s
Extent
3 boxes
Language(s)
English

Access and Use

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Physical Access

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Rights

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Preferred Citation

[Item Title], [Folder], [Box], Theater Collection, McHugh Special Collections, The University of Scranton.


Contents

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains playbooks, playbills, and programs for various plays that were performed from the mid to late twentieth century in the United States, primarily on Broadway. The collection also includes an incomplete run of Theatre Arts Monthly from 1939 to 1956.

System of Arrangement

This collection is arranged in three boxes.

Inventory

Box 1. Playbooks

A Murder is Announced
Agatha Christie 1978
And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little
Paul Zindel 1971
Any Wednesday
Muriel Resnik 1944
A Roomful of Roses
Edith Sommer 1956
A Streetcar Named Desire
Tennessee Williams 1947
Barefoot In The Park (2 Copies)
Neil Simon 1964
Bell, Book and Candle
John van Druten 1951
Blithe Spirit
Noel Coward 1941
Butterflies Are Free
Leonard Gersbe 1969
Nobody Hears A Broken Drum
Jason miller 1970
Claudia
Rose Franken 1941
The Crucible
Arthur Miller 1954
Death Of A Salesman
Arthur Miller 1949
Detective Story
Sidney Kingsley 1949
East Lynne
Ned Albert No Date
The Good Doctor
Neil Simon 1974
Guest In The House
Hagar Wilde and Dale Eunson 1940
Happy Birthday
Anita Loos 1947
Holiday
Philip Barry 1928
Look Homeward, Angel
Ketti Frings 1958
The Male Animal
James Thurber and Elliot Nugent 1939
The Man Who Came To Dinner
Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman 1939
Mystery At Greenfingers
J. B. Priestley 1937
Outward Bound
Sutton Vane 1924
Plaza Suite (2 Copies)
Neil Simon 1969
The Philadelphia Story
Philip Barry 1939
The Rimers of Eldritch
Lanford Wilson 1967
The Royal Family
George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber 1927
The Shadow Of A Gunman
Sean O'Casey 1926
Spoon River Anthology
Edgar Lee Masters 1966
Talking With ...
Jane Martin 1983
True West
Sam Shepard 1981
Veronica's Room
Ira Levin 1973
The White Sheep of the Family
L. du Garde Peach and Ian Hay 1953
The World of Sholom Aleichem
Arnold Perl 1953

Box 2. Playbills

  1. An Evening with Beatrice Lillie, November 1952, Booth Theatre
  2. The Moon is Blue, October 1952, Henry Muller’s Theatre
  3. I am a Camera, 1952, Empire Theatre
  4. Love and Let Love, November 1951, Plymouth Theatre
  5. The Fourposter, November 1951, Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  6. King Lear, 1951, National Theatre
  7. Death of a Salesman, November 1949, Morosco Theatre
  8. The Devil’s Disciple, February 1950, Royale Theatre
  9. The Member of the Wedding, February 21, 1950, Empire Theatre
  10. Witness for the Prosecution, May 1955, Henry Miller’s Theatre
  11. The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, May 1954, Plymouth Theatre
  12. Picnic, 1954, Music Box
  13. Sadler’s Wells Ballet, October 13, 1955, Metropolitan Opera House
  14. Evita, 1980, Broadway Theatre
  15. Les Miserables, June 14, 1987, Broadway Theatre
  16. Orpheus Descending, 1989, Neil Simon Theatre
  17. Galileo Galilei, 1978-1979, SUNY Binghamton
  18. Any Wednesday, White Birch Dinner Theatre
  19. It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie, Scranton Public Theatre
  20. The Fantasticks, May 1981, Waverly Community House
  21. The Rivals, May 1967, Theatre Royal Haymarket
  22. Here Today, June 1962, Pocono House
  23. Never on Sunday, June 25, 1961, The Plaza House
  24. The Fantasticks, Sullivan Street Playhouse
  25. Around the World in Eighty Days, July 21, 1946, Adelphi Theatre
  26. M. Butterfly, August 6, 1988, Eugene O’Neil Theatre
  27. Tru, 1990, The Booth Theatre
  28. The Road to Mecca, 1988, Promenade Theatre
  29. Donogoo, January 15, 1961, Greenwich Mews Theatre
  30. Lettice and Lovage, 1990, Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  31. The Colored Museum, June 21, 1987, Newman Theatre
  32. The Common Pursuit, 1987, Promenade Theatre
  33. Breaking the Code, 1988, Neil Simon Theatre
  34. Juno and the Playcock, July 21, 1988, John Golden Theatre
  35. Anastasia, April 1957, Jewish Community Center
  36. Mrs. Steinberg’s Partner in Heaven, The Prayer Shawls, May 1962, Jewish Community Center
  37. A Murder is Announced, 1980-1981, Scranton Public Theatre
  38. The Shadow of a Gunman, November 1967, University of Scranton
  39. Porgy and Bess, November 1976, Uris Theatre
  40. Da, August 23, 1978, Morosco Theatre
  41. South Pacific, August 16, 1949, Majestic Theatre
  42. The Madwoman of Chaillot, May 30, 1949, Belasco Theatre
  43. Where’s Charley? May 30, 1949, St. James Theatre
  44. Howdy, Mr. Ice of 1950, May 29, 1949, Center Theatre
  45. Howdy, Mr. Ice of 1950, July 29, 1948, Center Theatre
  46. A Street Car Named Desire, July 24, 1948, Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  47. Mister Roberts, July 1948, Alvin Theatre
  48. All My Sons, August 1947, Coronet Theatre
  49. Ice Time of 1948, August 3, 1947, Center Theatre
  50. O Mistress Mine, October 3, 1946, Empire Theatre
  51. Candide, 1975, The Broadway Theatre
  52. Sleuth, December 29, 1971, The Music Box
  53. The School for Wives, May 1971, Lyceum Theatre
  54. Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, 1970, Village Gate
  55. Joy, 1970, The New Theatre
  56. Hadrian VII, March 1969, Helen Hayes Theatre
  57. A Thief of a Christmas, December 30, 1985, The Abbey Theatre
  58. Remembrance, 1990, Irish Arts Theatre
  59. The Home Coming, March 1970, The Music Box
  60. “Borstal Boy,” May 13, 1970, Lyceum Theatre
  61. Breaking Legs, April 4, 1993, Masonic Temple Theatre
  62. Grandchild of Kings, 1992, Joyce and Seward Johnson Theatre at Theater for the New City
  63. Philadelphia, Here I Come! August 20, 1994, Criterion Center Stage Right
  64. Six Degrees of Separation, June 9, 1991, Lincoln Center Theater
  65. The Secret Garden, September 22, 1991, St. James Theatre
  66. Dancing at Lughnasa, October 16, 1991, Plymouth Theatre
  67. The Madame MacAdam Travelling Theatre, October 1992, Actors’ Playhouse
  68. The Sisters Rosenweig, June 12, 1993, Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  69. Wonderful Tennessee, October 1993, Plymouth Theatre
  70. Three Tall Women, May 14, 1994, Promenade Theatre
  71. Vita & Virginia, February 19, 1995, Union Square Theatre
  72. Master Class, 1996, John Golden Theatre
  73. What’s So Beautiful About a Sunset Over Prairie Avenue, 1980
  74. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, May 1967, Windham’s Theatre
  75. The Plough and the Stars, December 19, 1976, Zellerbach Theatre
  76. Equus, 1975, Plymouth Theatre
  77. The Cocktail Party, The Misanthrope, October 1968, Lyceum Theatre
  78. Happy Ending, Day of Absence, May 22, 1966, St. Marks Playhouse
  79. Home, November 19, 1980, Cort Theatre
  80. The Joffrey Ballet, July 1979, New York State Theatre
  81. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, November 8, 1981, Plymouth Theatre
  82. Talking with... 1989-1990, Scranton Public Theatre
  83. The Threepenny Opera, Summer 1971, Marywood College
  84. The Rimers of Eldritch, February 6, 1985, University of Scranton
  85. Ernest in Love, December 2, 1966, University of Scranton
  86. The Glass Menagerie, February 12, 1980, University of Scranton
  87. Dancin’ August 23, 1978, Broodhurst Theatre
  88. The Tenth Man, June 1960, The Booth Theatre
  89. The Threepenny Opera, 1959, Theatre de Lys
  90. Krapp’s Last Tape, The Zoo Story, 1960, Provincetown Playhouse
  91. The Fighting Cock, December 26, 1959, ANTA Theatre
  92. A Raisin in the Sun, December 26, 1959, Belasco Theatre
  93. The Music Man, March 1959, Majestic Theatre
  94. Look Homeward, Angel, May 17, 1958, Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  95. Amadeus, August 26, 1981, Broodhurst Theatre
  96. The Cherry Orchard, February 4, 1944, National Theatre
  97. Lovers and Friends, February 5, 1944, Plymouth Theatre
  98. Mexican Hayride, June 21, 1944, Winter Garden
  99. Detective Story, August 17, 1949, Hudson Theatre
  100. I know My Love, February 1950, Sam S. Shubert Theatre
  101. Lost in the Stars, February 1950, Music Box
  102. Apple of His Eye, February 1946, Biltmore Theatre
  103. My Fair Lady, June 1960, Mark Hellinger Theatre
  104. Tartyffe, March 1945, ANTA Washington Square Theatre
  105. Me and Juliet, September 25, 1953, Majestic Theatre
  106. The Seven Year Itch, September 25, 1953, Fulton Theatre
  107. Any Wednesday, March 1964, Music Box
  108. The Typists, The Tiger, Orpheum Theatre
  109. After the Fall, July 1964, ANTA Washington Square Theatre
  110. The Miracle Worker, June 1960, The Playhouse
  111. The Searching Wind, June 22, 1944, Fulton Theatre
  112. Hats off To Ice, June 24, 1944, October 9, 1945, Center Theatre
  113. Song of Norway, October 10, 1945, Imperial Theatre
  114. The Voice of the Turtle, October 10, 1945, Morosco Theatre
  115. Anna Lucasta, October 11, 1945, Mansfield Theatre
  116. The Diary of Anne Frank, October 14, 1955, Cort Theatre
  117. Morgan’s Goat, May 1966, East 74th St. Theatre
  118. Plaza Suite, With Birch Dinner Theatre
  119. Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, January 30, 1988, Town Hall
  120. Sadler’s Wells Ballet, September 26, 1953, Metropolitan Opera House
  121. South Pacific, May 1950, Majestic Theatre
  122. Veronica’s Room, 1981-1982, Scranton Public Theatre
  123. American Ballet Theatre, July 1970, New York State Theatre
  124. The Persecution and Assassination of Marat... 1966, Martin Beck Theatre
  125. A View from the Bridge, October 15, 1955, Coronet Theatre
  126. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy, The Misanthrope, January 1969, Lyceum Theatre
  127. The Wooden Dish, October 12, 1955, Booth Theatre
  128. A Hatful of Rain, May 19, 1956, Lyceum Theatre
  129. The Best Man, June 26, 1961, Morosco Theatre
  130. A Man for All Season, January 15, 1962, ANYA Theatre
  131. The Caretaker, January 16, 1962, Lyceum Theatre
  132. Icetime, July 28, 1946, Center Theatre
  133. Harvey, September 17, 1946, 48th St. Theatre
  134. Born Yesterday, October 1, 1946, Lyceum Theatre
  135. Carousel, October 3, 1946, Majestic Theatre
  136. It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie, Scranton Public Theatre
  137. Lillian, 1986, Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  138. Becket, January 17, 1961, Royale Theatre
  139. A Taste of Money, January 16, 1961, Lyceum Theatre
  140. The Old Glory: “Benito Cereno,” February 1965, Theatre De Lys
  141. The Owl and the Pussycat, February 1965, ANTA Theatre
  142. Pictures in the Hallway, January 1965, Greenwich Mews Theatre
  143. In de Beginnin’ New Locust Theatre
  144. There Shall Be No Night, November 2, 1940, Alvin Theatre
  145. Panama Hattie, 1941, 46th Street Theatre
  146. The Corn is Green, October 1941, Royale Theatre
  147. Call for Phillip Morris, 1942, Guild Theatre
  148. Arsenic and Old Lace, June 1942, Fulton Theatre
  149. Angel Street, August 1942, John Golden Theatre
  150. Uncle Harry, August 1942, Broadhurst Theatre
  151. Claudia, September 1942, St. James Theatre
  152. Stars on Ice, September 1942, Center Theatre
  153. Native Son, November 1942, Majestic Theatre
  154. Without Love, November 1942, St. James Theatre
  155. Blithe Spirit, November 1942, Booth Theatre
  156. The Eve of St. Mark, February 19, 1943, Cort Theatre
  157. The Skin of Our Teeth, February 20, 1943, Plymouth Theatre
  158. Counsellor-At-Law, February 22, 1943, Plymouth Theatre
  159. Life with Father, February 22, 1943, Empire Theatre
  160. Stars on Ice, July 9, 1943, Center Theatre
  161. The Doughgirls, July 12, 1943, Lyceum Theatre
  162. Harriet, August 5, 1943, Henry Miller’s Theatre
  163. Sons O’Fun, August 8, 1943, 46th Street Theatre
  164. Twelfth Night, August 26, 1978, Pocono Playhouse
  165. The Crucible, November 1956, Jewish Community Center
  166. Funny Girl, April 9, 1965, Winter Garden
  167. Fiddler on the Roof, April 10, 1965, Imperial Theatre
  168. The Deputy, 1965, Brooks Atkinson Theatre
  169. Philadelphia, Here I Come! May 14, 1966, Helen Hayes Theatre
  170. The Glass Menagerie, July 31, 1946, Royale Theatre
  171. The Two Mrs. Carrolls, February 2, 1944, Booth Theatre
  172. Othello, February 3, 1944, Sam S. Shubert Theatre
  173. For Colored Girls Who Have Considered... 1976, Booth Theatre
  174. It’s a Sin To Tell a Lie, Lou Gehrig Didn’t Die of Cancer, 1987-1988, Scranton Public Theatre
  175. An Ideal Husband, July 8, 1996, Ethel Barrymore Theatre
  176. The Ride Across Lake Constance, November 30, 1973, Hampstead Theatre Club
  177. The Birthday Party, October 11, 1967, Booth Theatre
  178. The American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, 1966, Stratford Theatre
  179. Dona Rosita: While She Waits, March-April 1980, Chelsea Theatre
  180. The Playboy of the Western World, 1987, Galway Ireland
  181. Feathers, 1982, Market Theatre
  182. Our Town, 1975, Stratford Connecticut

Box 3: Materials Collected by William E. (Bill) Sharpe

Playbills
  1. The Most Happy Fella, February 13, 1992, Booth Theatre (signed by the cast)
  2. The Pirates of Penzance, July, 1981, Uris Tehatre
  3. A Chorus Line, July 1979, Shubert Theatre
  4. Six Degrees of Separation, December 1990, Lincoln Center Theater at the Vivian Beaumont
  5. Dancing at Lughnasa, December 1991, Plymouth Theatre
  6. A Program for Two Players: An Evening of Shakespeare, February 23, 1963, University of Scranton (flyer)
  7. The Will Rogers Follies: A Life in Revue, October 1991, Palace Theatre
  8. Morning’s at Seven, June 1981, Lyceum Theatre
  9. Deathtrap, February 1981, The Music Box
  10. Tropicana Concert Series, 1988, Radio City Music Hall
  11. La Cage aux Folles, 1984, Palace Theatre
  12. 42nd Street, February 1983, Majestic Theatre
  13. Torch Song Trilogy, February 1983, The Little Theatre
  14. Woman of the Year, June 1982, Palace Theatre
  15. They’re Playing Our Song, July 1981, Imperial Theatre
  16. On the Twentieth Century, August, 1978, St. James Theatre
  17. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, July 1979, Uris Theatre
  18. Miss Saigon, May 1992, The Broadway Theatre (includes a handwritten letter to Bill from Irene)
  19. Ice Dancing, December 1978, Minskoff Theatre
  20. A Chorus Line, May 1981, Shubert Theatre
  21. Dracula, July 1979, Martin Beck Theatre
  22. All’s Well That Ends Well, May 1983, Martin Beck Theatre
  23. My One and Only, May 1983, St. James Theatre
  24. A Chorus Line, May 1983, Shubert Theatre
  25. Grand Hotel: The Musical, October 1989, Martin Beck Theatre
  26. Rumors, September 1989, Broadhurst Theatre
  27. Me and My Girl, May 1989, Marquis Theatre
  28. Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, January 1989, Imperial Theatre
  29. Chess, April 1988, Imperial Theatre
  30. Romance, Romance, October 1988, The Helen Hayes Theatre
  31. Smile, December 1986, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
  32. La Cage aux Folles, December 1986, Palace Theatre
  33. Edwin Drood, September 1986, Imperial Theatre
  34. Michael Feinstein in Concert: Isn’t It Romantic, October 1988, The Booth Theatre
  35. Sweet Charity, October 1986, Minskoff Theatre
  36. Song & Dance, September 1986, Royale Theatre
  37. The King and I, April 1978, Uris Theatre
  38. PIAF, April 1981, Plymouth Theatre
  39. Dancin’ July 1979, Broadhurst Theatre
  40. Fifth of July, August 1981, New Apollo Theatre
  41. On Your Toes, October 1983, Virginia Theatre
  42. Timbuktu, July 1978, Mark Hellinger Theatre
  43. Singin’ in the Rain, 1985, Gershwin Theatre
  44. 19th New York Film Festival, September 1981, Lincoln Center
  45. Plain and Fancy, 1955, Winter Garden
  46. Ankles Aweigh, 1955, Mark Hillinger Theatre
  47. Silk Stockings, 1955, Imperial Theatre
  48. Leonard Sillman’s New Faces of ’56, 1956, Barrymore Theatre
  49. Pal Joey, 1952, Broadhurst Theatre
  50. Me and Juliet, 1953, Majestic Theatre
  51. By the Beautiful Sea, 1954, Majestic Theatre
  52. The Girl in the Pink Tights, 1954, Mark Hellinger Theatre
  53. The Pajama Game, 1954, St. James Theatre
  54. The Golden Apple, 1954, Alvin Theatre
  55. Two’s Company, 1952, Alvin Theatre
  56. The King and I, 1951, St. James Theatre
  57. The Time of the Cuckoo, 1952, Empire Theatre
  58. Kind Sir, 1953, Alvin Theatre
  59. John Murray Anderson’s Almanac, 1953, Imperial Theatre
  60. Leonard Sillman’s New Faces of 1952, 1952, Royale Theatre
  61. The Prescott Proposals, 1953, The Broadhurst Theatre
  62. The Boy Friend: A New Musical Comedy of the 1920s, 1954, Royale Theatre
  63. Moiseyev Dance Company, 1988, Radio City Music Hall
  64. London Opera Company in Carmen, October 22, Shea’s Buffalo
  65. Sixth Annual Performances of the Buffalo Opera Work Shop, June 1954, Grover Cleveland & Kensington High Schools
  66. The Playboy of the Western World, May 1954, University of New York
  67. Victor Bumablo’s Niagara Falls: A New Comedy, June-August 1981, Urban Arts Theatre
  68. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, October 1952, Dipson’s Erlanger Theatre
  69. Broadway Highlights, April 1955, Dipson’s Erlanger Theatre
  70. Kiss Me Kate, September, Niagara Falls Summer Theatre, Epworth Circle
  71. Chorus and Dancers, September 19, 1954, Kleinhans Music Hall
  72. Mister Roberts, October 1952, Dipson’s Erlanger Theatre
  73. Edward, My Son: A Play in Three Acts, March 1950, Studio Theatre School
  74. Oklahoma, November 1954, Dipson’s Erlanger Theatre
  75. The Dark is Light Enough, November 1954, Dipson’s Erlanger Theatre
  76. Paint Your Wagon, October 1952, Dipson’s Erlanger Theatre
  77. Dido and Aenans, April 1955, University of Buffalo
  78. London Records Present The Coronation Exhibition (exhibit program)
  79. Charley’s Aunt, April-May, Bishop Timon Players
  80. Cat and the Fiddle, July 1953, Melody Fair, Exhibition Park, Toronto (2 copies)
  81. Porgy and Bess, August-September 1954, Royal Alexandra Theatre
  82. The Happiest Millionaire, November 5, 1956, Royal Alexandra Theatre
  83. Brigadoon, Niagara Falls Summer Theatre
  84. Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls Summer Theatre
  85. The Chocolate Soldier, Niagara Falls Summer Theatre
  86. La Traviata: Opera in Three Acts, October 1954, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kleinhans Music Hall
  87. Nell Rankin, March 1955, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kleinhans Music Hall
  88. Die Fledermaus: Opera in Three Acts, January 1955, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kleinhans Music Hall
  89. Ballet Russe De Monte Carlo, November 1954, Kleinhans Music Hall
  90. 3 for Tonight, January 1955, Kleinhans Music Hall
  91. London’s Festival Ballet, February 1955, Kleinhans Music Hall
  92. One Mo’ Time! 1981, The Village Gate Downstairs
  93. March of the Falsettos, 1981, Westside Arts Theatre, Cheryl Crawford Theatre
  94. Cloud 9, 1981, Lucille Lortel’s Theatre de Lys
  95. Fanny, 1954, Majestic Theatre
  96. Damn Yankees, 1955, Forty-Sixth Street Theatre
  97. Pipe Dream, 1955, Sam. S. Shubert Theatre
  98. Wish You Were Here, 1952, Imperial Theatre
  99. Wonderful Town, 1953, Winter Garden
  100. South Pacific, 1949, Majestic Theatre
  101. Can-Can, 1953, Sam S. Shubert Theatre
  102. Hazel Flagg, 1953, Mark Hellinger Theatre
  103. My Darlin’ Aida, 1952, Winter Garden
  104. Porgy and Bess, 1953, Ziegfeld Theatre
Programs
  1. A Program for Two Players, 1962, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, Connecticut
  2. Camelot
  3. The Golden Apple, Phoenix Theatre
  4. Wonderful Town
  5. Wish You Were Here
  6. The Boy Friend
  7. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  8. The Caine Mutiny Courtmartial
  9. My Darlin’ Aida
  10. South Pacific
  11. Leonard Sillman’s New Faces of 1952
  12. Oklahoma!
  13. Pal Joey
  14. The Pajama Game
  15. Tempest in a Teapot
  16. The Girl in Pink Tights
  17. By The Beautiful Sea
  18. The King and I
  19. ANTA Album, March 28, 1955, Adelphi Theatre
  20. Can-Can
  21. Latin Quarter
  22. Vamp Till Ready: 68th Annual Mask & Wig Show, 1955, University of Pennsylvania
  23. The Cat and the Fiddle, 1953
  24. Porgy and Bess
  25. Ice Capades of 1953
  26. Mister Roberts
  27. John Murray Anderson’s Almanac: A Musical Harlequinade
  28. Hazel Flagg
  29. Paint Your Wagon
  30. Me and Juliet
  31. Guys and Dolls
  32. Much Ado About Nothing, September 1958, Shakespearean Festival, Stratford, Ontario
Theatre Arts Monthly
  1. July 1939
  2. March 1941
  3. February 1943
  4. July 1943
  5. February 1945
  6. June 1953
  7. July 1953
  8. August 1953
  9. September 1953
  10. October 1953
  11. November 1953
  12. December 1953
  13. January 1954
  14. February 1954
  15. March 1954
  16. April 1954
  17. May 1954
  18. June 1954
  19. July 1954
  20. August 1954
  21. October 1954
  22. November 1954
  23. May 1956

Acquisition Information

Some of the materials (Box 3) were originally collected by William E. (Bill) Sharpe.