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Box 1 - 030983
Box 2 - 030984
Box 3 - 030985
Box 4 - 030986
Box 5 - 030987
Box 6 - 030988
Box 7 - 030989
Box 8 - 030990
Box 9 - 030992
Box 10 - 030993
Box 11 - 030996
Box 12 - 030998
Box 13 - 030999
Box 14 - 031000
Box 15 - 031001
Box 16 - 031002
Box 17 - 031003
Box 18 - 031005
Box 19 - 031006
Box 20 - B3A, 9, 7
Box 21 - 031008
Box 22 - 031009
Box 23 - 031234
Box 24 - 031235
Box 25 - 031236
Box 26 - 031237
Box 27 - 033612
Box 28 - 033613
Box 29 - 033614
Box 30 - 072560
Box 31 - B3A, 8, 5
OSB 1 - B3A, B2, 5
OSB 2-B3A, B2, 5
OSB 3-B3A, B2, 6
OSF 1-B3A, B6, 7

Call Number:
(C:6/38/7a)

MFR 1-703 MFC
MFR 2-703 MFC
MFR 3-703 MFC

Record Group: 6 C
Record Sub-Group: 44
Records Title: UMC; College of Arts and Science; Department of Speech and Dramatic Art; Henry Donovan Rhynsburger Collection
Dates: 1885-1992, bulk 1920-1960
Volume: 30 1/6 cubic feet, 37.71 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

(A76-18; A76-47; A79-14; A82-74; A94-101)
This Sub-Group contains records and memorabilia of the UMC Department of Speech and Dramatic Art, (1885-1992, bulk 1920-1960). These records were created during Professor Henry Donovan Rhynsburger's tenures as Director of the Missouri Workshop Theatre, 1925-1936 and 1938-1973. Included in this Sub-Group are correspondence files, committee meeting minutes, committee reports, television and radio workshop reports, Dramatic Arts Club records, student organization files, drama magazines and journals, departmental bulletins, Missouri Workshop play production books, Missouri Workshop scrapbooks, Missouri Workshop membership rolls, lists of plays performed by the Missouri Workshop, reviews and critical essays, newspaper clippings, stage crew reports, cast meeting minutes, and photographs of plays, casts, and stage sets. Also included in this Sub-Group are records relating to the Savitar Frolics, the Carousel Club, Starlight Theatre, One-Act Play Contests, MU Drama Festivals, and Missouri Workshop reunions. Many of Professor Rhynsburger's personal papers and much of his personal correspondence are also included in the Sub-Group.
Note to Researcher: A folder concerning George C. Scott exists in Box 20, FF 23. See Record Group 6 C, Sub-Group 2 for production playbills with George C. Scott (C:6/46/2, Box 1, FF 4A). For additional information concerning Donovan Rhynsburger, see the online exhibit entitled, Dramatic Images: Photographs of the UMC Theatre Department 1927-1951. Also, additional information relating to Rhynsburger may be found in Record Group 6 C, Sub-Group 32. The scrapbook portions of Series Three (Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks), have been microfilmed for preservation reasons. The microfilmed scrapbooks are indicated within the inventory list as [MFR X] and the 3 rolls of microfilm are located in the microfilm cabinet [MFC] located in the Archives Reading Room, 703 Lewis Hall.

Series Descriptions:

This Record Sub-Group is divided into six record series. Series One contains plays (produced, non-produced and student-written) arranged chronologically and alphabetically. Series Two contains departmental and class records arranged alphabetically. Series Three contains press releases, photographs and scrapbooks arranged chronologically. Series Four contains one-act play contests and drama festivals arranged chronologically and alphabetically. Series Five contains miscellaneous files arranged alphabetically. Series Six contains assorted files grouped by topic arranged chronologically and alphabetically.

Series Outline:

  1. Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written)
  2. Series Two - Departmental and Class Records
  3. Series Three - Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks
  4. Series Four - One-Act Play Contests and Drama Festivals
  5. Series Five - Miscellaneous Files
  6. Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic

Inventory

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written)

Box 1

FF 1 - The Breeze Bug, 1922

FF 2 - Cradle Song, 1927

FF 3 - The Swan, 12/1928

FF 4 - Enchanted Cottage, 1929

FF 5 - The Black Death, n.d.

FF 6 - Produced plays, 1930s

FF 7 - Saturday's Child, 10/07-08/1930

FF 8 - Criminal Code, 11/04-05/1930

FF 9 - Devil's Disciple, 03/11-12/1931

FF 10 - Ivory Door, 04/22-23/1931

FF 11 - Jonesy, 10/15/1931

FF 12 - Journey's End, 11/10-11/1931

FF 13 - Henry Ape, 03/09-10/1931; The Woman Who Was Acquitted

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written) (cont'd)

Box 2

FF 1 - Hay Fever, 04/20-21/1932

FF 2 - Berkeley Square, 11/01-02/1932

FF 3 - Twelfth Night, 03/01-02/1933

FF 4 - Little Ole Boy, 10/26/1933

FF 5 - As Husbands Go, 12/06-07/1933

FF 6 - When the Sun Rises, 1935

FF 7 - Bury the Dead, 02/12-14/1935

FF 8 - Ghosts, 02/11-13/1936

FF 9 - Francescada Rimini, 12/03/1937

FF 10 - The Circle, 03/1939

FF 11 - George and Margaret, 11/1939

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written) (cont'd)

Box 3

FF 1 - Arms and the Man, 12/8-9/1939

FF 2 - Bachelors Beware!, 10/23-24/1940

FF 3 - Comedy of Errors, 02/26-27/1941

FF 4 - The Beautiful People, 12/1941

FF 5 - The Sorcerer, 03/04-05/1942

FF 6 - The Contrast, 03/04-05/1942

FF 7 - Ruddigone,cancelled in 1943

FF 8 - Cox and Box, 02/09-11/1944

FF 9 - Rip van Winkle, 03/1945

FF 10 - Bell for Adano, 03/1945

FF 11 - Hasty Heart, 1946

FF 12 - Angel Street, 06/26-27/1946

FF 13 - I Remember Mama, 12/1946

FF 14 - Green Grow the Lilacs, 03/11-15/1947

FF 15 - Blithe Spirit, 04/22-26/1947

FF 16 - Dear Ruth, 08/1947

FF 17 - Joan of Lorraine, 11/1947

FF 18 - Glass Menagerie, 12/1947

FF 19 - Pursuit of Happiness, 03/1948

FF 20 - Night Must Fall, 04/20-24/1948 and 06/1948

FF 21 - Life With Father, 11/1948

FF 22 - Barretts of Wimpole Street, 12/7-11/1948

FF 23 - Winterset, 04/1949

FF 24 - The Winslow Boy, 03/14-18/1950

FF 25 - The Traitor, 04/18-21/1950

FF 26 - Class reviews of The Traitor

FF 27 - Two Blind Mice, 11/07-11/1950

FF 28 - Shadow and Substance, 12/12-16/1950

FF 29 - Class reviews of Shadows and Substance

FF 30 - Ah! Wilderness, 03/09/1951

FF 31 - Goodbye My Fancy, 04/17-21/1951

FF 32 - Class reviews of Goodbye My Fancy

FF 33 - Billy Budd, 11/02-08/1951

FF 34 - Class reviews of Billy Budd

FF 35 - The Corn Is Green, 12/11-14/1951

FF 36 - Class reviews of The Corn Is Green

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written) (cont'd)

Box 4

FF 1 - Darkness at Noon, 03/04-08/1952

FF 2 - Class reviews of Darkness at Noon

FF 3 - An Enemy of the People, 10/28-11/01/1952

FF 4 - Grammercy Ghost, 12/10-13/1952

FF 5 - Wish You Were Here, 12/01-03/1955

FF 6 - The Rainmaker, 11/02/1956

FF 7 - Wonderful Town (all-student musical), 11/15-17/1956

FF 8 - Hasty Heart, 01/10-11/1956

FF 9 - Summer and Smoke, 02/22-23/1957

FF 10 - The Late Christopher Bean, 04/05-06/1957

FF 11 - A Streetcar Named Desire, 11/01-02/1957

FF 12 - Kiss Me Kate (all-student musical), 11/14-16/1957

FF 13 - The River Line, 02/21-22/1958

FF 14 - The Happy Time, 04/15-16/1958

FF 15 - The Crucible, 02/20-21/1959

FF 16 - The Anniversary Waltz, 04/10-11/1959

FF 17 - Blue Denim, 10/30-31/1959

FF 18 - Produced Plays, 1950s

FF 19 - Inherit the Wind, 03/18-19/1960

FF 20 - Dark of the Moon, 03/16-18/1961

FF 21 - Dark of the Moon, 03/16-18/1961

FF 22 - Over the Edge, 01/11-14/1967

FF 23 - Once Upon a Mattress, 05/11-14/1967

FF 24 - By George, 01/10/1968

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written) (cont'd)

Box 5

FF 1 - The Mikado or The Town of Titipu, 1885

FF 2 - Sparkin' director's manual, 1928

FF 3 - Baccaccio's Untold Tale, 07/21/1933

FF 4 - The Blind, by Maeterlinck (Yale Theatre), 1936

FF 5 - Strange Road director's manual, 1938

FF 6 - Afton Water, 1940s

FF 7 - Juke Girl, 1941

FF 8 - The Starling, 05/1945

FF 9 - Circle's End student play, 1947

FF 10 - The General and Only Natural, 1950 and 1954

FF 11 - The Happy Time, 1951

FF 12 - Time Staggers On, 1951

FF 13 - Lost in the Stars, 1953

FF 14 - The Rainmaker, 1956

FF 15 - Mandragolia, 03/1954

FF 16 - To Live in Faith, 1955

FF 17 - Sparkin', Spring 1954

FF 18 - Antigonik, 1961

FF 19 - Yellow for Mourning student play, 1962

FF 20 - Prometheus Mistimed, 1960s

FF 21 - Rafferty, One By One, 1970

FF 22 - One World Is Worth a Thousand Hair Dryers, 1970

FF 23 - Chiaroscuro, n.d.

FF 24 - A Decent Birth, a Happy Funeral, n.d.

FF 25 - Dress Rehearsal, n.d.

FF 26 - Grace student play, n.d.

FF 27 - How Much is 2 + 2?, n.d.

FF 28 - Iphigenia in Tauris, n.d.

FF 29 - Jim Dandy, n.d.

FF 30 - John Milton, n.d.

FF 31 - The Life of Insects, n.d.

FF 32 - The No-Count Boy, n.d.

FF 33 - Oh What a Lovely War, n.d.

FF 34 - Riders to the Sea, n.d.

FF 35 - Rivals musical cues, n.d.

FF 36 - Run a Red Light student play, n.d.

FF 37 - Springtime for Henry, n.d.

FF 38 - Sun-Up, n.d.

FF 39 - Toccatella, n.d.

FF 40 - The White Cat, n.d.

FF 41 - The World We Live In, n.d.

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written) (cont'd)

Box 6

FF 1 - Skidding, Summer Session, 1930

FF 2 - The Youngest, 1932

FF 3 - Alias Smackout, Summer 1935

FF 4 - The Lion Roars, Summer 1935

FF 5 - The Fixer, Summer 1936

FF 6 - The Rational Man, Summer 1936

FF 7 - Sparkin', Summer 1936

FF 8 - Woman in the House, Summer 1936

FF 9 - Crabbed Youth and Age, Summer 1938

FF 10 - Thank You Doctor, Summer 1939

FF 11 - The Wedding Morning, Summer 1941

FF 12 - Night Must Fall, 06/21/1948

FF 13 - Twelfth Night, 07/22-24/1948

FF 14 - Twelfth Night,07/22-24/1948

FF 15 - Summer Session 1949

FF 16 - Rooftop Theatre 1949

FF 17 - Summer Session Reports and Accounts, 1949

FF 18 - Hay Fever, Summer 1949

FF 19 - The Milky Way, 07/1949

FF 20 - Summer Sessions, 1949-1950

FF 21 - Summer Dramatic Workshop, 1950

FF 22 - Summer Session, 1950

FF 23 - Laburnum Grove, Summer 1950

FF 24 - The Show-Off, Summer 1950

FF 25 - Summer Session, 1951

FF 26 - John Loves Mary, Summer 1951

FF 27 - Room Service (not produced), Summer 1951

FF 28 - Summer Session, 1952

FF 29 - Curious Savage, 07/11-12/1952

FF 30 - Summer Session, 1953

FF 31 - The Happiest Days, Summer 1953

FF 32 - Tony Draws a House, Summer 1953

FF 33 - Summer Session, 1954

FF 34 - Lo and Behold, Summer 1954

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written) (cont'd)

Box 7

FF 1 - Starlight Summer Session, 1955

FF 2 - Starlight, 1956

FF 3 - The Beatenest Man, 07/22/1956

FF 4 - Good Housekeeping, Summer 1956

FF 5 - The Male Animal, Summer 1956

FF 6 - Starlight, 1957

FF 7 - The Family Man, Summer 1957

FF 8 - Starlight, 1958

FF 9 - Starlight Theatre Production Instructions, 1958-1060

FF 10 - Starlight, 1959

FF 11 - Hobson's Choice, Summer 1959

FF 12 - Mousetrap, Summer 1961

FF 13 - The Curious Savage, Summer 1964

FF 14 - George Washington Slept Here, Summer 1968

FF 15 - Summer Repertory Theatre, 1974

FF 16 - Summer Repertory Theatre, 1975

FF 17 - Summer Repertory Theatre, 1976

FF 18 - Summer Repertory Theatre, 1977

FF 19 - Summer Repertory Theatre, 1978

FF 20 - Summer Repertory Theatre, 1979

FF 21 - Student Plays L-R

FF 22 - Student Plays S-Z

FF 23 - Student Plays without names

Series One - Plays (Produced, Non-Produced and Student-Written) (cont'd)

Box 8

FF 1 - Savitar Frolics, 1948-1950

FF 2 - Savitar Frolics, 1953-1961

FF 3 - Savitar Frolics, 1955

FF 4 - Savitar Frolics, 1955

FF 5 - Savitar Scripts, 1955

FF 6 - Savitar Frolics, 1956

FF 7 - Savitar Frolics, 1957

FF 8 - Savitar Frolics, 1958

FF 9 - Savitar Frolics, 1958

FF 10 - Savitar Frolics, 1959

FF 11 - Savitar Frolics, 1962

FF 12 - Savitar Frolics, 1963

FF 13 - Savitar Frolics, 1964-1965

FF 14 - Savitar Scripts

FF 15 - TV: Fixin's, 05/1954

FF 16 - TV: Sparkin', 04/14/1954

FF 17 - TV: Clod, 11/1954

FF 18 - TV: Dust of the Road, 12/1954 and 1955

FF 19 - TV: Trifles, 01/23/1955

FF 20 - TV: El Cristo, 04/03/1955

FF 21 - TV: The Cajun, 05/15/1955

FF 22 - TV: Claudia, Summer 1955

FF 23 - TV: The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus, 10/30/1955

FF 24 - TV: The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus, 10/30/1955

FF 25 - TV: Cup of Tea, 02/24/1956

FF 26 - TV: Minnie Field, 04/20/1956

FF 27 - TV: Thank You Doctor, 05/1956

FF 28 - TV: Dust of the Road, 12/16/1956

FF 29 - TV Drama (Films)

FF 30 - SLAY--TV Problems

FF 31 - TV Station Studio Plan

Series Two - Departmental and Class Records

Box 9

FF 1 - Student Number

FF 2 - Student Number

FF 3 - Adams, Diane

FF 4 - Adamson, Elizabeth

FF 5 - Barnes, Stanley

FF 6 - Becker, Harold

FF 7 - Branson, Grant E.

FF 8 - Brockett, Joseph

FF 9 - Bruce, Robert

FF 10 - Burch, Michael

FF 11 - Closser, Charles

FF 12 - Combs, Carolyn

FF 13 - Davis, Samuel

FF 14 - Dickenson, Ralph

FF 15 - Dunivan, Lindell

FF 16 - Eichenberg

FF 17 - Ellis, Lana

FF 18 - Felder, Barbara

FF 19 - Fortinberry

FF 20 - Freedman, Doe

FF 21 - Garner, Margaret

FF 22 - Grantham, Nancy

FF 23 - Empty

FF 24 - Gresham

FF 25 - Gromer, Bill

FF 26 - Harman, Paulette

FF 27 - Harrison, Robert

FF 28 - Hatch, Dan E.

FF 29 - Heckemeyer, Penny

FF 30 - Hill, Thomas

FF 31 - Horen, Robert

FF 32 - Hoyer, John H.

FF 33 - Iggulden, Raymond

FF 34 - Kalish, Robert

FF 35 - Kane, Robert

FF 36 - Kindred

FF 37 - Klinginsmith, Susan

FF 38 - Kracht, Arno

FF 39 - Kunznick, Joanna

FF 40 - Landis, Sharon

FF 41 - Lane, Gary

FF 42 - Larson, Madelyn

FF 43 - Lawson, William

FF 44 - Lemons, Judith

FF 45 - Levy, Emily Joy

FF 46 - Lockhart, Retha

FF 47 - Luce, Gordon

FF 48 - Luetkenhaus, Sandy

FF 49 - Mackie, Jan

FF 50 - McDonald, Gloria

FF 51 - McGraw, James R.

FF 52 - McLaughlin, James

FF 53 - Nicol, John

FF 54 - Niemann, Karen

FF 55 - Obermark, Geraldine

FF 56 - Oglesbee, Frank W.

FF 57 - Olsen, Sandy

FF 58 - O'Rourke, Anne

FF 59 - Osthoff, William T.

Series Two - Departmental and Class Records (cont'd)

Box 10

FF 1 - Peterson, Diane

FF 2 - Powers, Sharon

FF 3 - Puckett, Joan C.

FF 4 - Reid, Kit

FF 5 - Rhodes, Richard

FF 6 - Richarson, Pam

FF 7 - Roberson, Ruby

FF 8 - Seats, Carol

FF 9 - Skinkle, Jeannie

FF 10 - Slaven, Jerry

FF 11 - Stiles

FF 12 - Stoney, Calvin

FF 13 - Swedberg, Carol

FF 14 - Swett, CP

FF 15 - Terwische

FF 16 - Thurber, James

FF 17 - Thurston, Donald

FF 18 - Trail, Martha

FF 19 - Tull, Tracy N.

FF 20 - Turley, Sharon

FF 21 - Weiss, Anne Marie

FF 22 - Wersching, Frank J. Jr

FF 23 - Wright, James

FF 24 - Wurthman, Leonard

FF 25 - Zuanut, James

FF 26 - Theories of Play Production Projects 1956 to 1958

FF 27 - Mad Woman of Chailiot student reviews, 1952

FF 28 - Theories of Play Production Projects

FF 29 - Film Papers

FF 30 - A Mystical Theatre by A. Susac

FF 31 - Abbey Theatre

FF 32 - Student Papers, 1941 to 1944

FF 33 - Student Plays A-E (by students' last name)

FF 34 - Student Plays F-K

Series Two - Departmental and Class Records (cont'd)

Box 11

FF 1 - Departmental General Correspondence

FF 2 - Graduate Teaching Assistants, 1974-1975

FF 3 - GTA's, 1975-1976

FF 4 - GTA's, 1976-1977

FF 5 - GTA's, 1977-1978

FF 6 - Graduate Students- Past Student Lists

FF 7 - Department Secretary's Manual, 1964

FF 8 - Executive Committee Meeting

FF 9 - Goff Visitation

FF 10 - Arts and Science, 1952-1967

FF 11 - Department of Speech and Drama, 1973-1975

FF 12 - Department of Speech and Drama, 1976-1977

FF 13 - Speech and Dramatic Art Departmental Review, 1977

FF 14 - Department of Speech and Drama, 1978-1979

FF 15 - Expenditure - Synopsis

FF 16 - Arts and Science Budget Presentation, 1978

FF 17 - Ph.D. Comprehensive Exams, 1970-1977

FF 18 - University Theatre, Season 1977-1978

FF 19 - University Theatre, Season 1976-1977

FF 20 - University Theatre Production Records, 1975-1976

FF 21 - University Theatre Production Records, 1974-1975

FF 22 - General Auditions

FF 23 - New Scripts

FF 24 - Psychology of an Audience

FF 25 - New York Tribune - Drama

FF 26 - New York Times Quizzes, Winter 1961

FF 27 - New York Times Quizzes, Winter 1962

FF 28 - New York Herald-Tribune Quiz Keys, Winter 1964

FF 29 - New York Times Quiz Keys, Winter 1964

FF 30 - New York Times Quizzes, Fall 1964-1965

FF 31 - New York Herald Tribune Quizzes, 1964-1965

FF 32 - Reports and Examinations for Fundamentals of Directing, Winter 1965

FF 33 - Principles of Directing (SP 361), Summer 1967

Series Two - Departmental and Class Records (cont'd)

Box 12

FF 1 - Graduate Study

FF 2 - Letters of Recommend and Class Work

FF 3 - M. A. Written Exam Questions

FF 4 - Masters' and Doctors' Theses

FF 5 - Qualifying Exam Questions

FF 6 - Reports on Grades

FF 7 - Drama 300--Problems

FF 8 - Reserve Book Lists, 1939-1946

FF 9 - Outside Readings, 1949

FF 10 - Oenslager's Lectures, 1938-1939

FF 11 - Teaching of Speech - Readings, etc.

FF 12 - Advanced Dramatic Interpretation

FF 13 - Drama 8 and 138 - Connie Welsh

FF 14 - Drama 130, 1937

FF 15 - Drama 8, 9 and 10 - Beginning Play Production

FF 16 - Drama 140 - He Who Gets Slapped

FF 17 - Figure Drawing Instructions

FF 18 - Drama 140 - History of Theatre

FF 19 - Drama 130 - American Theatre, 1937

FF 20 - Figure Drawing Instructions

FF 21 - English 108 - Characterization and Acting

FF 22 - English 112 - Introduction to Theatre

FF 23 - Oenslager's Drama 112 - Reading Lists, Notes and Quizzes, 1938

FF 24 - Bevan--Costume Design and History Lectures

FF 25 - Contemporary Theatre In the US

FF 26 - Papers from Other Courses

FF 27 - Course Syllabus for Play Directing

FF 28 - Course Syllabus for 461 - Period Play Direction

FF 29 - Course Syllabus for 361 and 362 - Principles of Directing

FF 30 - Course Syllabus and Materials for 300, 306, 343, 346, 364, 362

FF 31 - Lecture Notes - A. Lincoln Hyde

FF 32 - Committee on Dramatics

FF 33 - Committee on Dramatics Reports Annual, 1941-1952

FF 34 - Condition of Dramatics

FF 35 - Committee on Curriculum

FF 36 - Committee on Educational Policy

FF 37 - Committee on Student Budget and Programs

FF 38 - Committee on Student Union

FF 39 - Committees

FF 40 - Committees

FF 41 - Aids and Awards Committee

FF 42 - Arts and Science Committees

Series Three - Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks

Box 13

FF 1 - News Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1908-1910 and 1919

FF 2 - Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook, ca. 1911

FF 3 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1920-1923

FF 4 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1924 and 1931-1933

FF 5 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1925-1930

FF 6 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1926-1927

FF 7 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1928

FF 8 - Photographs, Hell Bent from Heaven, 11/1928

FF 9 - Photographs, Tommy, 04/1929

FF 10 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1929-1930

FF 11 - Photographs, Pigs, 04/1930

FF 12 - Photographs, Skidding, Summer 1930

FF 13 - Photograph of Man, ca. 1930

FF 14 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1931-1937

FF 15 - Photographs, The Devil's Disciple, 03/1931

FF 16 - Photographs, The Ivory Door, 04/1931

FF 17 - Photographs, Jonesy, 10/1931

FF 18 - Photographs, Saturday's Children, 10/1931

FF 19 - Photographs, Wind in the Stars, Spring 1932

FF 20 - Photographs, Hay Fever, 04/1932

FF 21 - Photographs, Right You Are, 12/1932

FF 22 - Photographs, The Good Provider, ca. 1930s

FF 23 - Identified and Unidentified Photographs, ca. 1940s

FF 24 - Slides, 1943-1959

FF 25 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1948-1959

FF 26 - Photographs, Yellow Jack, 11/1934

FF 27 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, ca. 1934-1936

FF 28 - Photographs, Last Flight Over, ca. 1934-1935

FF 29 - Photographs, Big Hearted Herbert, 03/1935

FF 30 - Photographs, He Rassled With Wit (Original play from the Thirteen Annual Dramatic Contest), 05/1935

FF 30A - Photograph, The River (Original play from the Thirteen Annual Dramatic Contest), 05/1935

FF 31 - Photographs, The Lion Roars (Original play from the Thirteen Annual Dramatic Contest), 05/1935

FF 32 - Photographs, Seeds are Sown (Original play from the Thirteen Annual Dramatic Contest), 05/1935

FF 33 - Photographs, Alias Smack-Out, Summer 1935

FF 34 - Photographs, Women in the House, Summer 1935

FF 35 - Photographs, Grey in Grey, Summer 1936

FF 36 - Photographs, The Rational Man, Summer 1936

FF 37 - Photographs, Bury the Dead, Fall 1936

FF 38 - Photographs, Wings of the Morning, Fall 1936

FF 39 - Scrapbook Photo Album, ca. 1936-1937

FF 40 - Photographs, Candida, 04/1937

FF 41 - Photographs, Noah, Spring 1937

FF 42 - Photographs, The Torchbearers, Summer 1937

FF 43 - Photographs, The First Lady, 10/1937

FF 44 - Photographs, Pride and Prejudice, 11/1937

FF 45 - Scrapbook Photo Album, ca. 1937-1938

FF 46 - Photographs, Hope for Tomorrow, 1930s

FF 47 - Photographs, Footsteps on a Bridge, 1930s

FF 48 - Photographs, A Matter of Conscience, 1930s

Series Three - Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks (cont'd)

Box 14

FF 17 - Volume 17, 1947-1948 [MFR 2]

FF 18 - Volume 18 and 19, 1948-1949 [MFR 2]

FF 19 - Volume 20, 1949-1950 [MFR 2]

FF 20 - Volume 21, 1949-1953 [MFR 2]

FF 21 - Volume 22, 1950-1951 [MFR 2]

FF 22 - Volume 23, 1951-1952 [MFR 2]

FF 23 - Volume 24, 1952-1953 [MFR 3]

FF 24 - Volume 25 and 26, 1954-1958 and 1960 [MFR 3]

Series Three - Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks (cont'd)

OSB 1

FF 1 - Volume 1 and 2, 1931-1932 [MFR 1]

FF 2 - Volume 3, 1932-1933 [MFR 1]

FF 3 - Volume 4, 1933-1934 [MFR 1]

FF 4 - Volume 5, 1934-1935 [MFR 1]

FF 5 - Volume 6, 1934-1935 [MFR 1]

FF 6 - Volume 7, 1935-1936 [MFR 1]

FF 7 - Volume 8, 1937-1938 [MFR 1]

FF 8 - Volume 9, 1938-1939 [MFR 1]

Series Three - Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks (cont'd)

OSB 2

FF 9 - Volume 10, 1940-1941 [MFR 1]

FF 10 - Volume 11, 1941-1942 [MFR 1]

FF 11 - Volume 12, 1942-1943 [MFR 1]

FF 12 - Volume 13, 1943-1944 [MFR 1]

FF 13 - Volume 14, 1944-1945 [MFR 2]

FF 14 - Volume 15, 1945-1946 [MFR 2]

FF 15 - Volume 16, 1946-1947 [MFR 2]

FF 16 - Volume 27, 1964-1966 [MFR 3]

Series Three - Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks (cont'd)

OSB 3

FF 1 - Eve of St. Mark (head shot and 2 production photos), 03/1943

FF 2 - A Cry of Players (Set diagrams), n.d.

FF 3 - Poster: UMC Summer Repertory Theatre, n.d.

FF 4 - Papa Is All (Production photo), 11/1943

FF 5 - Production photos from various plays

Item 1 - Plaque: Missouri Workshop Theatre Outstanding Association Award, 1960-1968

Item 2 - Plaque: Presented to the University of Missouri for Excellence in Instruction in Playwriting in Recognition of the Winning Achievement of Anne Bryan--National Collegiate Playwriting Contests 1957, 1957

Item 3 - Plaque: Most Outstanding Contribution in Dramatics at the University of Missouri, 1966

Item 4 - Plaque: University of Missouri Original Short Playwriting Contest; H. Donovan Rhynsburger Award, n.d.

Series Four - One-Act Play Contests and Drama Festivals

Box 15

FF 1 - High School One-Act Comments, 1930-1931

FF 2 - High School One-Act Play Contest, 1931

FF 3 - High School One-Act Play Contest, 1932

FF 4 - One-Act Plays Contest, 1933, 1944-1946

FF 5 - Three-Act Plays, 1934

FF 6 - High School One-Act Play Contest, 1934

FF 7 - High School One-Act Play Contest, 1935

FF 8 - Floor Plans for One-Act Plays, 1935-1936

FF 9 - Drama Festival, 1936

FF 10 - High School One-Act Play Contest, 1936

FF 11 - Drama Festival, 1937

FF 12 - High School One-Act Play Contest, 1937

FF 13 - Drama Festival, 1938

FF 14 - High School One-Act Play Contest, 1938

FF 15 - Drama Festival, 1939

FF 16 - Drama Festival Programs, 1939

FF 17 - Drama Festival Entries, 1939

FF 18 - One-Act Plays, 1939

FF 19 - One-Act Plays, 1930's

FF 20 - Drama Festival, 1940

FF 21 - Drama Festival Criticisms, 1940

FF 22 - Drama Festival Entries, 1940

FF 23 - Drama Festival Rooms, 1940

FF 24 - Drama Festival, 1941

FF 25 - Drama Festival, 1941

FF 26 - Drama Festival, 1941

FF 27 - High School Entries, 1941

FF 28 - Blackfriar Series - Original Plays, 1942

FF 29 - Drama Festival, 1942

FF 30 - Drama Clinic, 1946

FF 31 - High School One-Act Play Festival, 1946

FF 32 - Drama Festival, 1947

FF 33 - Original One-Act Plays, 1947 and 1949

FF 34 - Drama Festival, 1948

FF 35 - One-Act Plays, 1948

Series Four - One-Act Play Contests and Drama Festivals (cont'd)

Box 16

FF 1 - Drama Festival, 1949

FF 2 - One-Act Plays, 1949

FF 3 - Original One-Act Play Contest, 1949

FF 4 - One-Act Plays, 1950

FF 5 - Registrations for Drama Festival, 1950

FF 6 - Drama Festival, 1951

FF 7 - Originals, 1951

FF 8 - Drama Festival Records, 1952

FF 9 - Drama Festival, 1952

FF 10 - Originals, 1952

FF 11 - Drama Festival, 1953

FF 12 - Drama Festival Correspondence and Records, 1953

FF 13 - Originals Contest, 1953

FF 14 - Reports of Interscholastic Events, 1953-1958

FF 15 - High School Drama Festival, 1954

FF 16 - Drama Festival, 1954

FF 17 - One-Act Plays, 1954

FF 18 - High School Drama Festival, 1955

FF 19 - Original One-Acts, 1955

FF 20 - High School Drama Festival, 1956

FF 21 - Originals, 1956

FF 22 - Originals, 1957

FF 23 - High School Drama Festival, 1957

FF 24 - Description of Thesis - Grading of Graduate Work

Series Four - One-Act Play Contests and Drama Festivals (cont'd)

Box 17

FF 1 - High School Drama Festival, 1958

FF 2 - High School Drama Festival, 1958

FF 3 - Originals, 1958

FF 4 - High School Drama Festival, 1959

FF 5 - High School Drama Festival, 1959

FF 6 - Originals, 1959

FF 7 - High School Drama Festival, 1960

FF 8 - Originals, 1960

FF 9 - High School Drama Festival, 1961

FF 10 - Originals, 1961

FF 11 - High School Drama Festival, 1962

FF 12 - Originals, 1962

FF 13 - Originals, 1963

FF 14 - Originals, 1964

FF 15 - Original One-Act Plays and Intramurals, 1965

FF 16 - Originals, 1966

FF 17 - Originals, 1967

FF 18 - Originals, 1969

FF 19 - Originals, 1971

FF 20 - Original One-Acts, 1972

FF 21 - Original One-Acts, 1973

Series Five - Miscellaneous Files

Box 18

FF 1 - Academic Theatre Articles, 1942-1945

FF 2 - Actors, Playwrights, Producers and People

FF 3 - Activities Tickets

FF 4 - Advise of Gift Received

FF 5 - Air Corps

FF 6 - All-Student Musical

FF 7 - Apprentice Program

FF 8 - Assistant to Director of Drama

FF 9 - Branson

FF 10 - Carousel, 1954

FF 11 - Carousel, 1955

FF 12 - Carousel, 1956

FF 13 - Carousel, 1957

FF 14 - Carousel, 1958

FF 15 - Carousel, 1959

FF 16 - Carousel, 1960

FF 17 - Calendar, 1958-1959

FF 18 - Calendar, 1959-1960

FF 19 - Calendar, 1960-1961

FF 20 - Calendar, 1961-1962

FF 21 - Calendar, 1962-1963

FF 22 - Callboard, 1966-1969

FF 23 - Callboard

FF 24 - Christmas, 1954

FF 25 - Communications Training

FF 26 - Complimentary Tickets and Form Letters

FF 27 - Contracts

FF 28 - Department Chairman Reports, 1943-1955

FF 29 - Directories, 1956-1960

FF 30 - Drama Festival Award, 1936

FF 31 - Federal Theatre Reports, 1935-1936

FF 32 - Finance - Season Ticket Audits, 1939-1951

FF 33 - Finance, 1960-1967

FF 34 - Fine Arts Center - Specs for Construction

FF 35 - House Manager Reports

FF 36 - Insurance - Group

FF 37 - Insurance - General American

FF 38 - Insurance - Equitable of Iowa

FF 39 - Insurance - Mutual of New York

FF 40 - Insurance - Northwestern Mutual

FF 41 - Insurance - University Group Medical

FF 42 - Interscholastic Events and Activities

FF 43 - Intramurals, 1951

FF 44 - Intramurals, 1952

FF 45 - Intramurals, 1953

FF 46 - Intramurals, 1954

FF 47 - Intramurals, 1955

FF 48 - Intramurals, 1957

FF 49 - Intramurals, 1958

FF 50 - Intramurals, 1959

FF 51 - Jesse Auditorium, 1947-53

FF 52 - Midwestern Intercollegiate Folk Drama Tournament, 1935

FF 53 - Missouri Legend, 1939 and 1971

FF 54 - Missouri Legend stage manager report

Series Five - Miscellaneous Files (cont'd)

Box 19

FF 1 - Mural, ca. 1937

FF 2 - National Council of Soviet-American Friendship, ca. 1946

FF 3 - Nicoll, Dramatic Criticism, ca. 1938

FF 4 - Pantomime Bibliography

FF 5 - Petitions, Accepted and Not Accepted

FF 6 - Play Excerpts from Dean's Syllabus

FF 7 - Play Instructions, Prompt Books and Plays

FF 8 - Player's Prompt Books, ca. 1924

FF 9 - Production Costs, Annual Totals

FF 10 - Production Costs, 1950-51

FF 11 - Production Costs, 1951-52

FF 12 - Production Costs, 1952-53

FF 13 - Production Journal, ca. 1962

FF 14 - Projected High School Theatre Workshop

FF 15 - Published Plays, 1930s

FF 16 - Puder--Critics and Theatre Union

FF 17 - Schedule of Productions, 1968-1969 University Theatre

FF 18 - Scholarships

FF 19 - Score Cards of Actors

FF 20 - Secretarial Help

FF 21 - Sellman and Selden Notes, 1942

FF 22 - Slides for Theater

FF 23 - Sorority Sing

FF 24 - Special Problems

FF 25 - Speech Association of Missouri

FF 26 - Speech Conferences

FF 27 - Speech Consultant--Student Union

FF 28 - Speech: Function of Dramatics in Education

FF 29 - Speech and Hearing Off-Campus Clinic

FF 30 - Speech Survey, 1959

FF 31 - Speech Survey Reports

FF 32 - Speeches

FF 33 - Staff

FF 34 - State High School Drama Festival, 1963-1967

FF 35 - Stephens College

FF 36 - Student Assistants, 1966-1967

FF 37 - Student Organizations

FF 38 - Studio Theatre - Petitions and Forms

FF 39 - Talk Summary Season, 1949-1950

FF 40 - Tech Director

FF 41 - Theatre Plans

FF 42 - Theatre Subsidy

FF 43 - Tickets--Samples

FF 44 - TOBY Shows

FF 45 - Traffic Regulations

FF 36 - Trophies and Awards Brochures

FF 47 - True, Herb

FF 48 - Unassigned Grad Study Programs

FF 49 - University By-Laws

FF 50 - University Concert Series

FF 51 - University Day, 1959

FF 52 - University of Iowa

FF 53 - Vandamm's Theatre Pictures

FF 54 - Vassar Experimental Theatre, 1933

FF 55 - Visual Education List of Films

FF 56 - Wells, Dr. Charlotte

FF 57 - Wigs

FF 58 - William Bradley Playwriting Prize, 1935

FF 59 - Yale

FF 60 - Yale Dance Notes

Series Five - Miscellaneous Files (cont'd)

Box 20

FF 1 - Missouri Workshop Theatre Recognition Banquet for Henry Donovan Rhynsburger 01/31/1969-03/05/1969; Materials are from an original folder entitled, "Scrapbook Presented, 02/20/1969." Folder contains award and recognition letters; "Installation and Recognition Missouri Workshop Theatre Banquet" programs; personal letters of tribute to Rhynsburger (both typed and handwritten); honor banquet invitation decline letters; congratulatory notes, letters, and cards; list of major productions directed by Rhynsburger; banquet guest list; gift contributors list

FF 2 - Play Production Stage Photographs: 65 Different Plays, 1928-1968; Materials are from an original folder entitled, "Scrapbook Presented, 02/20/1969." Folder contains the following 8x10 black-and-white play production stage photographs: Hell Bent for Heaven, 1928; Is Zat So?, 1929; The Criminal Code, 1929; Saturday's Children, 1930; Pigs, 1930; The Devil's Disciple, 1931; Berkely Square, 1931; The Hairy Ape, 1932; Right You Are, 1932; Twelfth Night, 1933; The Late Christopher Bean, 1934; Yellow Jack, 1934; Abraham Lincoln, 1935; Waiting for Lefty, 1935; Ghosts, 1936; George & Margaret, 1938; Arms and the Man, 1939; Missouri Legend, 1939; Bachelor Beware, 1940; The Beautiful People, 1941; Comedy of Errors, 1941; My Sister Eileen, 1942; The Sorcerer, 1942; Arsenic & Old Lace, 1943; Murder Has Been Arranged, 1944; Tomorrow the World, 1944; A Bell for Adano, 1945; The Rivals, 1945; Angel Street, 1946; I Remembered Mama, 1946; Rip Van Winkle (?), 1946; Glass Menagerie, 1947; Joan of Lorraine, 1947; The Barretts of Wimple Street, 1948; Pursuit of Happiness, 1948; Dark of the Moon, 1949; The Winslow Boy, 1950; Shadow and Substance, 1950; Ah, Wilderness, 1951; Billy Budd, 1951; The Madwoman of Chaillot, 1952; Hope for the Best, 1952; Enemy of the People, 1953; Gramercy Ghost, 1953; The Clod, 1954 (TV Rehearsal); See How They Run, 1954; Summer and Smoke, 1957; Streetcar Named Desire, 1957; The Happy Time, 1958; The Potting Shed, 1958; The Crucible, 1959; Inherit the Wind, 1960; Dark of the Moon, 1961; Look Homeward Angel, 1961; The Tavern, 1962; Who Was That Lady I Saw You With?, 1962; Doctor's Dilemma, 1963; Blithe Spirit, 1964; Cosi Fan Tutte, 1964; Rita, 1965; The Medium, 1965; Gypsy Baron, 1960; My Sweet Charlie, 1967; Suzannah and the Elders, 1967; Beggar's Opera, 1968; Blithe Spirit - Des Herb Philipp, n.d.

FF 3 - Production Newspaper Reviews, Magazine Articles, Miscellaneous Notes, 1934-1965

FF 4 - Dinny and the Witches Newspaper Clippings and Prints, 1961

FF 5 - Professional Correspondence, Transcribed Notes, Newspaper Articles, Publicity Releases, and Photographs Concerning UMC Alumni and Various Entertainers, 1950-1990 Notes concerning the following people: Jack Bridgeman; Chance Boggiano; William Bookman; Oetta Carlton; Mona Carnaham; Suzanne Carrier; Sam Digges; Norbert Ehrenfreund; Charles Ellington; David Etheridge; Ned Etheridge; George Evans, Jr; Arnold Fink; Jack Fleishaker; Dorothy Friend; Helen French; Patrick H. Kaiser; Charlotte Karl; Charles B. Kufferman (Stephen Barclay); Gabriele Kurth; Ludie Sue Lawhorn; James Howe; Charles Manship; Robert Mansur; William Martin; Barney McCray; Madeline Means; Joseph O'Rourke, Jr.; John Paxton; Saul Pett; Victor Ricks; A. Carl Rigrod; Buford Sandage; William Schaefer; George Schriever; David Scott; David Shefrin; Jack Allen Shefrin; Marian Shockley; William R. Shockley; David Skeer; Tuckerman Stadler; Robert Stone; Maria T. Allen; Allan Ross Toffler; William Truscheit; Jacqueline Tucker (Dowdy); Thomas Walker, Jr.; Seymour Wintraub; Richard Webster; Turner White; John Connell; Dick Kelly; William Vaughn; Robert Paul (Saul Erlich); David Newell; John Robert Lloyd; Charles Kufferman; Betty Hall; Fred Hunter; Bown Adams; Gabriele Anderson; Frank Eschen. Photographs: The Long Search from Pulse of the City film series, n.d. The Golden Angel from Pulse of the City film series, n.d. Autographed photo of Phil Wilson

FF 6 - Newspaper Reviews and Articles Concerning UMC Productions and Theatre Alumni, 1933-1974

FF 7 - Certificates, Biographical Information, Professional and Personal Correspondence, 1957-1990

FF 8 - Veteran Volunteer and Theatre Programs, Cards, Articles, Newspaper Clippings, and Certificates, 1951-1980

FF 9 - Play and Production/Theatre Related Programs, Correspondence, and Notes, 1959-1971

FF 10 - Correspondence from Outstanding Theatre People Including Tennessee Williams, 1939-1991

FF 11 - Mae West Autographed Theatrical Production Program, 1945

FF 12 - Squaring the Circle Playbook, n.d.

FF 13 - Missouri Legend Playbook, n.d.

FF 14 - Iphigenia In Tauris, 1926

FF 15 - The Lady's Not For Burning Playbook, 1953

FF 16 - Abraham Lincoln: A Play Playbook, 1927

FF 17 - The Lady's Not Burning Playbook, 1950

FF 18 - I Never Sang For My Father Playbook, 1968

FF 19 - Winterset Playbook, 1946

FF 20 - Shadow and Substance Playbook, 1937

FF 21 - University Close-Up radio interview with Rhynsburger concerning his experience directing George C. Scott in a 1950 UMC production of The Winslow Boy on a 1/4 inch reel-to-reel audio tape, 1970 (see Box 20, FF 23 below)

FF 22 - Dreams of Theatres Written Notes, 1926 and 1983

FF 23 - George C. Scott, 1950 (includes 1/4" reel-to-reel audio tape with entire interview of Donovan Rhynsburger regarding Scott done for the University of Missouri University Close-Up radio program -- see Box 20, FF 21 above)

FF 24 - Play Production Stage Photographs, ca. 1950-1951

FF 25 - Fledermaus Stage Production Photographs (by George W. Gardner) and Program, 03/07-10/1962

FF 26 - Fledermaus Stage Production Photographs (by George W. Gardner), 03/07-10/1962

Series Five - Miscellaneous Files (cont'd)

Box 21

FF 1 - Theatrical Photos: Actors in Costume, 1901-1947. Some of the photographs are: Louis James as Falstaff in Merry Wives of Windsor for Dorothy McMillan (1901-1902), Julia Marlowe as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, 1934 and Louis James in Lucy in the Rivals, 1896-1897

FF 2 - University of Iowa and Yale University Theatre Production Programs, Misc. Programs, and Memorabilia, 1925-1937

FF 3 - Missouri Workshop Theatre Production Playbills, 1954-1961

FF 4 - Missouri Workshop Theatre Production Playbills, 1954-1961

FF 5 - Various Musical and Comedy Production Programs and Other Various Programs, 1926-1968

FF 6 - UMC Department of Speech and Dramatic Art Playbills and Theatre Programs, 1961-1972

FF 7 - UMC Department of Speech and Dramatic Art Playbills and Theatre Programs, 1961-1972

FF 8 - Missouri Workshop Play Programs, 1926-1959

FF 9 - Missouri Workshop Play Programs, 1935-1948

FF 10 - Missouri Workshop Theatre and UMC Department of Speech and Dramatic Art Production Programs and Playbills, 1965-1971

FF 11 - University Theatre and Missouri Workshop Theatre Playbills and Production Programs, 1964-1972

FF 12 - Selected Production Programs: Some with Tribute or Dedication to Rhynsburger, 1981-1992

FF 13 - Missouri Workshop Theatre Playbills and Play Notes, 1940-1958

FF 14 - Missouri Workshop Theatre Playbills and Play Notes, 1935-1945

FF 15 - Missouri Workshop Theatre Playbills, 1960-1973

FF 16 - Missouri Workshop Theatre Playbills, 1960-1973

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic

Box 22

FF 1 - The Lagniappe, 01/1935-02/1960

FF 2 - Plays, 1942-1943

FF 3 - Little Theatre Guide, 03-09/1946

FF 4 - Theatre Craft, 01-06/1947

FF 5 - New York City Center for Drama Program Magazine, 1945, 1947, 1954-1956

FF 6 - World Premiers, 10/1949-07/1954

FF 7 - World Premiers, 10/1955-05/1960

FF 8 - Theatre Unit, 02/1956-12/1969

FF 9 - Wisconsin Idea Theater>, 08/1947-12/1949

FF 10 - Theatre Annual, 1944-1945

FF 11 - Playbills, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s

FF 12 - Playbills, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s

FF 13 - Centre Aisle, 1940s

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 23

FF 1 - Correspondence - A

FF 2 - Abbot, James

FF 3 - Abrahams, Donald

FF 4 - Abrams, Sherwin

FF 5 - Adams, Bown

FF 6 - Correspondence - B

FF 7 - Correspondence - C

FF 8 - Correspondence - C

FF 9 - Correspondence - D

FF 10 - Correspondence - E, ca. 1950-1969

FF 11 - English, Francis

FF 12 - Correspondence - F, ca. 1951-1965

FF 13 - Correspondence - G, ca. 1951-1964

FF 14 - Sam Goody

FF 15 - Correspondence - H, ca. 1950-1969

FF 16 - Correspondence - I

FF 17 - Correspondence - J, ca. 1951-1962

FF 18 - Correspondence - K, ca. 1952-1972

FF 19 - Correspondence - L, ca. 1951-1967

FF 20 - Correspondence - M

FF 21 - Correspondence - N

FF 22 - Correspondence - O

FF 23 - Correspondence - P

FF 24 - Correspondence - Q to R, ca. 1954-1966

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 24

FF 1 - Correspondence - S, ca. 1951-1956

FF 2 - Correspondence - S, ca. 1957-1964

FF 3 - Correspondence - T, ca. 1950-1964

FF 4 - Correspondence - U to V, ca. 1952-1963

FF 5 - Correspondence - W

FF 6 - Correspondence - W

FF 7 - Correspondence - X to Z

FF 8 - Correspondence with Friends and Alumni

FF 9 - Graduates' Correspondence, ca. 1951-1952

FF 10 - Personal Correspondence

FF 11 - Soldiers' Letters, ca. 1941-1943

FF 12 - Soldiers' Replies and Newspaper Clippings

FF 13 - Soldier's Replies

FF 14 - The Rinsewater Rag and related clippings

FF 15 - Newspaper Clippings of MU Grads in World War II

FF 16 - Soldier's Replies and Newspaper Clippings

FF 17 - Soldier's Replies

FF 18 - Soldier's Replies

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 25

FF 1 - Missouri Workshop Minutes, 10/1927-05/1929

FF 2 - Workshop Publicity and Programs, 1929-1930

FF 3 - Workshop Meeting Records and Minutes, 1930-1948

FF 4 - Participations File, 1930-1948

FF 5 - Workshop Plays Complimentary Letters, 1940-1949

FF 6 - Financial Records, 1948-1950

FF 7 - Minutes for Workshop Meetings, 10/1949-03/1955

FF 8 - Starlight Theatre Attendance Records, 1941-1961

FF 9 - Missouri Workshop Board Member Reports, 1950

FF 10 - Attendance Records, 1950-1952

FF 11 - Workshop, Season, 1952-1953

FF 12 - Minutes for Workshop Meetings, 03/1955-05/1958

FF 13 - Attendance Records, 1961-1968

FF 14 - Attendance Records Totals, 1961-1978

FF 15 - Executive Board Minutes, 1960s

FF 16 - Workshop Meetings Minutes, 1960s

FF 17 - Workshop Constitutions

FF 18 - Duties of Workshop Board Members

FF 19 - Workshop Paperwork - Officer Lists etc.

FF 20 - Workshop Paperwork

FF 21 - List of Plays Performed, 1926-1950

FF 22 - Drama Festival Register, n.d.

FF 23 - Drama Festival Award Certificates

FF 24 - Drama Festival Mailing List, n.d.

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 26

FF 1 - Constructionist

FF 2 - Crew Reports

FF 3 - Dance Notebook

FF 4 - Drapes and Screens

FF 5 - Francesca Lights

FF 6 - Impressionistic

FF 7 - Lighting

FF 8 - Lighting Ads and Booklets

FF 9 - Lighting Control Systems

FF 10 - Lighting Papers and Lab Exercises

FF 11 - Lighting Lab Instructions and Exercises, 1937

FF 12 - Naturalism and Realism

FF 13 - Painted Realism

FF 14 - Scene and Costume Exhibit Correspondence, 1946

FF 15 - School for Scandal Floor Plan and Sketches

FF 16 - Simplified Realism and Unit Settings

FF 17 - Scene and Costume Exhibit Designers Notes, 1946

FF 18 - Space Settings

FF 19 - Special Equipment

FF 20 - Stagecraft

FF 21 - Stagecraft Class Project

FF 22 - Devil's Disciple Stagecraft Sketches

FF 23 - Stage Lighting Class Notes

FF 24 - Stage Managers Manual

FF 25 - Structural-Constructionist

FF 26 - Stylized Settings

FF 27 - Technical Productions - Cole

FF 28 - Wilmurt - Scene Design

FF 29 - War Service Council, 1942

FF 30 - War Service Happy Hours, ca. 1943

FF 31 - War Service Workshop

FF 32 - Plays for Women and Children, 1944, 1949 and 1952

FF 33 - Victory Players' Scripts

FF 34 - Victory Players' Scripts

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 27

FF 1 - Programs of Plays, 1909-1925

FF 2 - Programs of Plays, 1920s - 1930s

FF 3 - Play Production Journal - Abraham Lincoln, 1935

FF 4 - Federal Theatre Magazine, 1935-1936

FF 5 - Newsletter, 1947-1969

FF 6 - Play Programs, 1951-1962

FF 7 - Play Programs, 1963-1967

FF 8 - Magazine: Behind the Mask

FF 9 - Behind the Mask

FF 10 - Workshop Productions Programs

FF 11 - Miscellaneous Publications

FF 12 - University Publications

FF 13 - Federal Theatre Radio, 12/1938

FF 14 - NBC's Great Radio Plays, 1938-1939

FF 15 - NBC's Great Radio Plays, 1938-1939

FF 16 - NBC's Great Radio Plays, 1938-1939

FF 17 - Campus Radio Stations

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 28

FF 1 - American College Theatre Festival (ACTF), 1974

FF 2 - ACTF, 1975

FF 3 - ACTF, 1976

FF 4 - ACTF, 1977

FF 5 - ACTF, 1978

FF 6 - ACTF, 1979

FF 7 - American Communal Theatre

FF 8 - American Educational Theatre Association (AETA),

FF 9 - AETA

FF 10 - AETA Childrens' Theatre

FF 11 - AETA Television

FF 12 - AETA, 1958-1960

FF 13 - American National Theatre Association (ANTA), 1935-1947

FF 14 - ANTA, 1948-1960

FF 15 - ANTA, 1949-1950

FF 16 - ANTA, 1952-1953

FF 17 - ANTA, 1953-1956

FF 18 - ANTA, 1954-1967

FF 19 - ANTA Newsletter, 1960

FF 20 - ANTA Theatre Circuit Plan

FF 21 - American Scandinavian Foundation

FF 22 - American Theatre

FF 23 - Chinese Children's Theatre

FF 24 - Hawthorne Festival

FF 25 - Imagination Theatre Conference, 1961-1963

FF 26 - Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHAA) Speech and Debate Festival, 1979

FF 27 - MSHAA Speech and Debate Festival, 1980

FF 28 - MSHAA Speech and Debate Festival, 1981

FF 29 - National Thespian High School Drama Conference, 1941

FF 30 - Theatre Resource Company

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 29

FF 1 - Class of 1925-1926, Reunion Letters and Replies

FF 2 - Class of 1925-1926, Replies

FF 3 - Class of 1927-1928, 25th Anniversary Replies, 1952

FF 4 - Class of 1928-1929, Replies, 1953

FF 5 - Class of 1929-1930, Replies, 1954

FF 6 - Class of 1930-1931, Replies, 1955

FF 7 - Class of 1931-1932, Replies, 1956

FF 8 - Class of 1932-1933, Replies, 1957

FF 9 - Class of 1933-1934, Replies, 1958

FF 10 - Class of 1934-1935, Replies, 1959

FF 11 - Class of 1935-1936, Replies, 1960

FF 12 - Class of 1936-1937, Replies, 1961

FF 13 - Class of 1937-1938, Replies, 1962

FF 14 - Class of 1938-1939, Replies, 1963

FF 15 - Class of 1939-1940, Replies, 1964

FF 16 - Class of 1940-1941, Replies, 1965

FF 17 - 25th Anniversary Letters to Missouri Alumni

FF 18 - Workshop Historian's Report, 1930s

FF 19 - Historian's Report, 1940-1941

FF 20 - Historian's Report, 1944-1947

FF 21 - Historian's Report, 1954-1955

FF 22 - Historian's Report, 1955-1956

FF 23 - Historian's Report, 1957-1958

FF 24 - Historian's Report, 1958-1959

FF 25 - Television and Theatre Workshop, 1956-1957

FF 26 - Television and Theatre Workshop, 1958

FF 27 - Television and Theatre Workshop, 1959

FF 28 - Television and Theatre Workshop, 1960

Series Six - Assorted Files Grouped by Topic (cont'd)

Box 30

FF 1 - Dramatics Art Club, 1920-1922, 1926

FF 2 - Membership Rosters, 1924-1943

FF 3 - Members' Photographs, 1924-1930

FF 4 - Minutes of Delta Phi Delta, 1927-1935

FF 5 - Purple Mask, 1932-1959

FF 6 - Membership Rolls, 1940-1949

FF 7 - Initiation Lists, 1943-1966

FF 8 - Minutes, 1946-1969

FF 9 - Initiation Pledges and Ceremony, 1950

FF 10 - Purple Mask, 1960-1973

FF 11 - Annual Reports of Student Organizations, 1962

FF 12 - Installation Banquet, 1967

FF 13 - Installation Ceremony, 1968

FF 14 - Installation Banquet, 1969

FF 15 - Installation Records, 1960s

FF 16 - Membership Lists

FF 17 - Theta Alpha Phi

FF 18 - Theta Alpha Phi Initiation

FF 19 - Photographs: Dear Brutus, 04/1938

FF 20 - Photographs: The Petrified Forest, 03/1938

FF 21 - TV Production Photos, 1954-1955

FF 22 - Photographs, Cradle Song, 12/1958

FF 23 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, 1960-1962

FF 24 - Scrapbook Photo Album, 1962

FF 25 - Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, 1963-1968

FF 26 - News Releases, 1968-1969

Series Three - Press Releases, Photographs and Scrapbooks (cont'd)

Box 31

FF 1 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, 1928

FF 2 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, 1929

FF 3 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, 1930

FF 4 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, 1931

FF 5 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, 1932

FF 6 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, 1933

FF 7 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, 1934-1942

FF 8 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop, n.d.

FF 9 - Photographs, Missouri Workshop Actors and Crew Members, n.d.

Series Five - Miscellaneous Files (cont'd)

OSF 1

Item 1 - Roll containing signatures from initiation, 1924-1925

Item 2 - Roll containing signatures from initiations, 12/10/1925, 12/14/1925, 05/07/1930, 05/20/1930, 12/16/1931

Item 3 - Roll containing signatures from initiations, 1925-1926, 04/14/1926, 05/15/1929, 12/18/1929

Item 4 - Roll containing signatures from initiations, 04/14/1926, 12/06/1926, 05/23/1927, 05/25/1927, 02/01/1928, 05/16/1928, 02/06/1929

Item 5 - Copies of all above documents

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