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(C:6/38/20)

OSB 1-139,1
OSB 2-139,1
OSB 3-139,1
OSB 4-139,1
OSB 5-139,1
OSB 6-139,1
OSB 7-139,2
OSB 8-139,2
OSB 9-139,2
OSB 10-139,2
OSB 11-139,2

Record Group: 6 C
Record Sub-Group: 51
Records Title: UMC; College of Arts and Science; Department of Speech and Dramatic Art; Missouri Workshop Set Design Photographs
Dates: 1925-1965
Volume: 4 and 1/2 cubic feet, 5.65 linear feet

A production of 'The Fixin's' in the KOMU studio, 1954.
A production of The Fixin's in the KOMU studio, 1954.
Bottom center is Donovan Rhynsburger; bottom right is Elmer L. Bladow, staging director for KOMU and supervisor of stagecraft for the Missouri Workshop.
(C:6/38/20 University Archives)

Scope and Content Note

(A04-59)
This Record Sub-Group contains oversized photographs of Missouri Workshop productions, possibly created as part of an exhibit celebrating the work of the department's set designers. A few of the productions are on a stage set in the KOMU studios. Also included in the Sub-Group are original and cardstock reproductions of playbills for some of the productions featured in the photographs, possibly used in the exhibit as well, and one envelope of CD-Recordable media containing digital copies of this collection's photographs. All productions were directed by Donovan Rhynsburger.

Note to Researcher: For additional information and photographs concerning the Missouri Workshop Theatre, see Sub-Group 7 of Record Group 6 C. For more information on some of the plays included in this collection such as scripts, press releases, reviews, related correspondence, playbills, or more photographs, see Donovan Rhynsburger's personal collections in Sub-Group 44 of Record Group 6.

Note to Archivist: The digital versions of the photographs are in the Adobe Photoshop file format. A spreadsheet of data for all the images is included on the first of the CD-Recordable media.

The Missouri Workshop's 1932 production of 'The Hairy Ape'.
The Missouri Workshop's 1932 production of The Hairy Ape, set design by Lawrence Adams with direction by Donovan Rhynsburger.
(C:6/38/20 University Archives)

Series Descriptions:

This Record Sub-Group is not divided into series. The images are arranged chronologically.

Inventory

OSB 1

FF 1 - Four Playbill Reproductions on Cardstock, Possibly used for Exhibit: "The Swan," n.d., "The Enchanted Cottage," n.d., "Tommy," n.d., "Sun-Up," 7/1928; Original Playbills: "Ten Minute Alibi," Fall 1934, "Abraham Lincoln," 2/1935, "Big Hearted Herbert," Spring 1935, "Till the Day I Die" and "Waiting for Lefty," 11/1935, "Moor Born," 12/1935, "Ghosts," 2/1936, "Squaring the Circle," Spring 1936, "Bury the Dead," 10/1936, "Wings of the Morning," Fall 1936, "Noah," Spring 1937, "Candida," Spring 1937, "The Torchbearers," Summer 1937, "Pride and Prejudice," Fall 1937, "First Lady," Fall 1937, "The Petrified Forest," 3/1938, "Dear Brutus," 4/1938, "George and Margaret," 11/1938, "Arms and the Man," 12/1938, "Francesca da Rimini," 3/1939, "The Circle," 4/1939, "The Lion Roars," Summer 1939, "The Giants' Stair," Summer 1939, "You Can't Take it With You," 11/1939, "Missouri Legend," 12/1939, "The Rivals," 3/1940, "What a Life," Spring 1940

Env 1 - CD-Recordable media containing the images found in this collection; Disc 1: 1925-1930, Disc 2: 1931-1934, Disc 3: 1935-1937, Disc 4: 1938-1940, Disc 5: 1941-1943, Disc 6: 1944-1947, Disc 7: 1948-1951, Disc 8: 1952-1962, Disc 9: 1963-1965, Disc 10: Unidentified Photographs

Item 1 - "Missouri Workshop Productions 1925-1950" Sign with Credits to Photographers, ca. 1950

Item 2 - "Captain Applejack," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1925

Item 3 - "The Show-Off," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1926

Item 4 - "In The Next Room," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1927

Item 5 - "Dulcy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1927

Item 6 - "Dulcy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1927

Item 7 - "The Patsy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1927

Item 8 - "In A Garden," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1927

Item 9 - "Anna Christie," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1928

Item 10 - "Sun-Up," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Summer 1928

Item 11 - "Sun-Up," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Summer 1928

Item 12 - "The Swan," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger,, Fall 1928

Item 13 - "The Swan," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1928

Item 14 - "Hellbent for Heaven," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1928

Item 15 - "Hellbent for Heaven," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1928

Item 16 - "The Swan," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1928

Item 17 - "Tommy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1929

Item 18 - "The Enchanted Cottage," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1929

Item 19 - "The Enchanted Cottage," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1929

Item 20 - "The Enchanted Cottage," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1929

Item 21 - "The Queen's Husband," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 10/1929

Item 22 - "The Queen's Husband," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 10/1929

Item 23 - "Is Zat So," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1929

Item 24 - "Is Zat So," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1929

OSB 2

Item 1 - "The Cradle Song," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1929

Item 2 - "The Cradle Song," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1929

Item 3 - "He Who Gets Slapped," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 2/1930

Item 4 - "He Who Gets Slapped," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 2/1930

Item 5 - "Pigs," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 4/1930

Item 6 - "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1930

Item 7 - "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1930

Item 8 - "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1930

Item 9 - "Skidding," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Summer 1930

Item 10 - "Saturday's Children," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 10/1930

Item 11 - "Saturday's Children," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 10/1930

Item 12 - "Saturday's Children," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 10/1930

Item 13 - "Criminal Code," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1930

Item 14 - "Criminal Code," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1930

Item 15 - "Criminal Code," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1930

Item 16 - "Criminal Code," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1930

Item 17 - "The Devil's Disciple," set design by Shellenberger and Bridgeman, Spring 1931

Item 18 - "The Devil's Disciple," set design by Shellenberger and Bridgeman, Spring 1931

Item 19 - "The Ivory Door," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1931

Item 20 - "The Ivory Door," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1931

Item 21 - "The Devil's Disciple," set design by Shellenberger and Bridgeman, Spring 1931

Item 22 - "The Devil's Disciple," set design by Shellenberger and Bridgeman, Spring 1931

Item 23 - "Journey's End," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1931

Item 24 - "Berkeley Square," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1931

OSB 3

Item 1 - "Berkeley Square," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1931

Item 2 - "Jonesy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1931

Item 3 - "Hay Fever," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1932

Item 4 - "The Hairy Ape," set design by Lawrence Adams, Spring 1932

Item 5 - "The Hairy Ape," set design by Lawrence Adams, Spring 1932

Item 6 - "The Hairy Ape," set design by Lawrence Adams, Spring 1932

Item 7 - "The Hairy Ape," set design by Lawrence Adams, Spring 1932

Item 8 - "The Hairy Ape," set design by Lawrence Adams, Spring 1932

Item 9 - "Hay Fever," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1932

Item 10 - "Wind in the Stars," set design by John Thomy, Spring 1932

Item 11 - "The Youngest," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Summer 1932

Item 12 - "Right You Are," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1932

Item 13 - "Twelfth Night," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1933

Item 14 - "Twelfth Night," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1933

Item 15 - "As Husbands Go," set design by Harold Kopel, Fall 1933

Item 16 - "Little 'Ol Boy," set design by Harold Kopel, Fall 1933

Item 17 - "Little 'Ol Boy," set design by Harold Kopel, Fall 1933

Item 18 - "Little 'Ol Boy," set design by Harold Kopel, Fall 1933

Item 19 - "Late Christopher Bean," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1934

Item 20 - "Both Your Houses," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1934

Item 21 - "Both Your Houses," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1934

Item 22 - "Ten Minute Alibi," set design by Harold Kopel, Fall 1934

Item 23 - "Yellow Jack," set design by Harold Kopel, Fall 1934

Item 24 - "Yellow Jack," set design by Harold Kopel, Fall 1934

Item 25 - "Big Hearted Herbert," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1935

OSB 4

Item 1 - "Abraham Lincoln," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1935

Item 2 - "Abraham Lincoln," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1935

Item 3 - "Abraham Lincoln," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1935

Item 4 - "Abraham Lincoln," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1935

Item 5 - "Abraham Lincoln," set design by Harold Kopel, Spring 1935

Item 6 - "Moor Born," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1935

Item 7 - "Till the Day I Die," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1935

Item 8 - "Till the Day I Die," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1935

Item 9 - "Waiting for Lefty," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Fall 1935

Item 10 - "Ghosts," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 1936

Item 11 - "Squaring the Circle," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1936

Item 12 - "Wings of the Morning," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1936

Item 13 - "Bury the Dead," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1936

Item 14 - "Wings of the Morning," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1936

Item 15 - "Candida," set design by Herbert Hake, Spring 1937

Item 16 - "Noah," set design by Herbert Hake, Spring 1937

Item 17 -"Noah," set design by Herbert Hake, Spring 1937

Item 18 - "The Torchbearers," set design by Herbert Hake, Summer 1937

Item 19 - "The Torchbearers," set design by Herbert Hake, Summer 1937

Item 20 - "Pride and Prejudice," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1937

Item 21 - "Pride and Prejudice," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1937

Item 22 - "Pride and Prejudice," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1937

Item 23 - "First Lady," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1937

Item 24 - "First Lady," set design by Herbert Hake, Fall 1937

Item 25 - "The Petrified Forest," set design by Herbert Hake, Spring 1938

Item 26 - "The Petrified Forest," set design by Herbert Hake, Spring 1938

Item 27 - "Dear Brutus," set design by Herbert Hake, Spring 1938

Item 28 - "Dear Brutus," set design by Herbert Hake, Spring 1938

OSB 5

Item 1 - "George and Margaret," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1938

Item 2 - "George and Margaret," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1938

Item 3 - "George and Margaret," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1938

Item 4 - "Arms and the Man," set design by Theo Fitzwater and Alberta Trombly, 12/1938

Item 5 - "Arms and the Man," set design by Theo Fitzwater and Alberta Trombly, 12/1938

Item 6 - "Arms and the Man," set design by Theo Fitzwater and Alberta Trombly, 12/1938

Item 7 - "Arms and the Man," set design by Theo Fitzwater and Alberta Trombly, 12/1938

Item 8 - "Francesca da Rimini," set design by James Russell, 3/1939

Item 9 - "Francesca da Rimini," set design by James Russell, 3/1939

Item 10 - "Francesca da Rimini," set design by James Russell, 3/1939

Item 11 - "The Circle," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 4/1939

Item 12 - "The Circle," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 4/1939

Item 13 - "Giants' Stair," set design by James Michael, Summer 1939

Item 14 - "Thank You Doctor," set design by James Michael, Summer 1939

Item 15 - "The Lion Roars," set design by Bess Brackman, Summer 1939

Item 16 - "Evelyn Byrd," Summer 1939

Item 17 - "You Can't Take It With You," set design by John Mitchell, 11/1939

Item 18 - "You Can't Take It With You," set design by John Mitchell, 11/1939

Item 19 - "Missouri Legend," set design by John Mitchell, 12/1939

Item 20 - "Missouri Legend," set design by John Mitchell, 12/1939

Item 21 - "Missouri Legend," set design by John Mitchell, 12/1939

Item 22 - "The Rivals March," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 1940

Item 23 - "What A Life," set design by John Mitchell, 3/1940

Item 24 - "What A Life," set design by John Mitchell, 3/1940

Item 25 - "Bachelor Beware," set design by Robert Wolber, 10/1940

Item 26 - "Margin for Error," set design by Robert Wolber, 12/1940

Item 27 - "A Comedy of Errors," set design by Robert Wolber, 2/1941

Item 28 - "A Comedy of Errors," set design by Robert Wolber, 2/1941

Item 29 - "A Comedy of Errors," set design by Robert Wolber, 2/1941

Item 30 - "A Comedy of Errors," set design by Robert Wolber, 2/1941

Item 31 - "A Comedy of Errors," set design by Robert Wolber, 2/1941

OSB 6

Item 1 - "The Tavern," set design by Robert Wolber, 4/1941

Item 2 - "The Tavern," set design by Robert Wolber, 4/1941

Item 3 - "The Tavern," set design by Robert Wolber, 4/1941

Item 4 - "The Tavern," set design by Robert Wolber, 4/1941

Item 5 - "George Washington Slept Here," set design by Herbert Smith, 10/1941

Item 6 - "George Washington Slept Here," set design by Herbert Smith, 10/1941

Item 7 - "George Washington Slept Here," set design by Herbert Smith, 10/1941

Item 8 - "The Beautiful People," set design by Herbert Smith, 12/1941

Item 9 - "The Sorcerer," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 3/1942

Item 10 - "The Sorcerer," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 3/1942

Item 11 - "The Sorcerer," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 3/1942

Item 12 - "Out of the Frying Pan," set design by Herbert Smith, 4/1942

Item 13 - "My Sister Eileen," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1942

Item 14 - "My Sister Eileen," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1942

Item 15 - "My Sister Eileen," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 11/1942

Item 16 - "Claudia," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 12/1942

Item 17 - "Claudia," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 12/1942

Item 18 - "Eve of St. Mark," 3/1943

Item 19 - "Eve of St. Mark," 3/1943

Item 20 - "Arsenic and Old Lace," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 5/1943

Item 21 - "Arsenic and Old Lace," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, 5/1943

Item 22 - "Papa is All," set design by Walter Teschan, 11/1943

Item 23 - "Papa is All," set design by Walter Teschan, 11/1943

OSB 7

Item 1 - "Nine Girls," set design by Walter Teschan, 12/1943

Item 2 - "Nine Girls," set design by Walter Teschan, 12/1943

Item 3 - "Junior Miss," set design by Walter Teschan, 2/1944

Item 4 - "Junior Miss," set design by Walter Teschan, 2/1944

Item 5 - "Murder Has Been Arranged," set design by Walter Teschan, 5/1944

Item 6 - "Murder Has Been Arranged," set design by Walter Teschan, 5/1944

Item 7 - "Tomorrow the World," set design by Walter Teschan, 11/1944

Item 8 - "Uncle Harry," set design by Walter Teschan, 12/1944

Item 9 - "Uncle Harry," set design by Walter Teschan, 12/1944

Item 10 - "Uncle Harry," set design by Walter Teschan, 12/1944

Item 11 - "A Bell For Adano," set design by Walter Teschan, 3/1945

Item 12 - "Over Twenty-One," set design by Walter Teschan, 4/1945

Item 13 - "The Skin of Our Teeth," set design by Herbert Philippi, 10/1945

Item 14 - "The Skin of Our Teeth," set design by Herbert Philippi, 10/1945

Item 15 - "The Skin of Our Teeth," set design by Herbert Philippi, 10/1945

Item 16 - "The Hasty Heart," set design by Herbert Philippi, 12/1945 and 6/1946

Item 17 - "The Hasty Heart," set design by Herbert Philippi, 12/1945 and 6/1946

Item 18 - "Rip Van Winkle," set design by Herbert Philippi, 3/1946

Item 19 - "Rip Van Winkle," set design by Herbert Philippi, 3/1946

Item 20 - "Rip Van Winkle," set design by Herbert Philippi, 3/1946

Item 21 - "Angel Street," set design by Herbert Philippi, 4/1946 and 6/1946

Item 22 - "State of the Union," set design by Herbert Philippi, 11/1946

Item 23 - "State of the Union," set design by Herbert Philippi, 11/1946

Item 24 - "State of the Union," set design by Herbert Philippi, 11/1946

Item 25 - "State of the Union," set design by Herbert Philippi, 11/1946

Item 26 - "I Remember Mama," set design by Herbert Philippi, 12/1946

OSB 8

Item 1 - "Green Grow the Lilacs," set design by Herbert Philippi, 3/1947

Item 2 - "Green Grow the Lilacs," set design by Herbert Philippi, 3/1947

Item 3 - "Green Grow the Lilacs," set design by Herbert Philippi, 3/1947

Item 4 - "Blithe Spirit," set design by Herbert Philippi, 4/1947 and 6/1947

Item 5 - "Blithe Spirit," set design by Herbert Philippi, 4/1947 and 6/1947

Item 6 - "Dear Ruth," set design by Robert Burrows, 6/1947 and 10/1947

Item 7 - "Joan of Lorraine," set design by Robert Burrows, 11/1947

Item 7 - "Joan of Lorraine," set design by Robert Burrows, 11/1947

Item 8 - "The Glass Menagerie," set design by Robert Burrows, 12/1947

Item 9 - "The Glass Menagerie," set design by Robert Burrows, 12/1947

Item 10 - "Pursuit of Happiness," set design by Robert Burrows, 3/1948

Item 11 - "Night Must Fall," set design by Robert Burrows, 4/1948

Item 12 - "Life With Father," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1948

Item 13 - "Life With Father," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1948

Item 14 - "Life With Father," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1948

Item 15 - "Barretts of Wimpole Street," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1948

Item 16 - "Barretts of Wimpole Street," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1948

Item 17 - "Barretts of Wimpole Street," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1948

Item 18 - "Barretts of Wimpole Street," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1948

Item 19 - "Twelfth Night," set design by Robert Burrows, 1948

Item 20 - "Twelfth Night," set design by Robert Burrows, 1948

Item 21 - "Twelfth Night," set design by Robert Burrows, 1948

Item 22 - "Dark of the Moon," set design by Elmer Bladow, 3/1949

Item 23 - "Dark of the Moon," set design by Elmer Bladow, 3/1949

Item 24 - "Dark of the Moon," set design by Elmer Bladow, 3/1949

Item 25 - "Winterset," set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1949

Item 26 - "Winterset," set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1949

Item 27 - "The Traitor," set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1950

Item 28 - "Shadow and Substance," note: with George C. Scott, 12/1950 1950

Item 29 - "Shadow and Substance," note: with George C. Scott, 12/1950 1950

Item 30 - "Two Blind Mice," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1950

Item 31 - "Two Blind Mice," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1950

OSB 9

Item 1 - "Billy Budd," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1951

Item 2 - "Billy Budd," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1951

Item 3 - "Billy Budd," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1951

Item 4 - "Billy Budd," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1951

Item 5 - "Billy Budd," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1951

Item 6 - "Billy Budd," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1951

Item 7 - "Billy Budd," set design by Elmer Bladow, 11/1951

Item 8 - "Darkness At Noon," set design by Elmer Bladow, 3/1952

Item 9 - "Madwoman of Chaillot, set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1952

Item 10 - "Madwoman of Chaillot, set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1952

Item 11 - "Madwoman of Chaillot, set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1952

Item 12 - "Madwoman of Chaillot, set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1952

Item 13 - "Madwoman of Chaillot, set design by Elmer Bladow, 4/1952

Item 14 - "Enemy of the People," set design by Elmer Bladow, 10/1952

Item 15 - "Enemy of the People," set design by Elmer Bladow, 10/1952

Item 16 - "Enemy of the People," set design by Elmer Bladow, 10/1952

Item 17 - "Enemy of the People," set design by Elmer Bladow, 10/1952

Item 18 - "Gramercy Ghost," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1952

Item 19 - "Gramercy Ghost," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1952

Item 20 - "Gramercy Ghost," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1952

Item 21 - "Gramercy Ghost," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1952

Item 22 - "Gramercy Ghost," set design by Elmer Bladow, 12/1952

Item 23 - "Goodbye My Fancy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1961

Item 24 - "Dark of the Moon," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Spring 1961

Item 25 - "Goodbye My Fancy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1961

Item 26 - "Goodbye My Fancy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1961

Item 27 - "Goodbye My Fancy," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Spring 1961

Item 28 - "Charley's Aunt," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1961

Item 29 - "Dinny and the Witches," set design by John Robert Lloyd, Fall 1961

Item 30 - "Look Homeward Angel," 1961

Item 31 - "Die Fledermaus," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Winter 1962

Item 32 - "The Lady's Not For Burning," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Winter 1962

OSB 10

Item 1 - "Bell, Book, and Candle," set design by Robert Anderson, Summer 1962

Item 2 - "The Tavern," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1962

Item 3 - "Volpone," set design by Robert Anderson, Fall 1962

Item 4 - "Who Was That Lady I Saw You With," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Fall 1962

Item 5 - "Endgame," set design by Kirk Mee, Fall 1962

Item 6 - "Androcles and the Lion," set design by Robert Dillard, Winter 1963

Item 7 - "Passion, Poison, and Petrifaction," set design by Robert Dillard, Winter 1963

Item 8 - "La Perichole," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Winter 1963

Item 9 - "Angel Street," set design by Herbert Philipi, Summer 1963

Item 10 - "The Enchanted Cottage," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1963

Item 11 - "Journeys End in Lovers Meeting," Fall 1963

Item 12 - "The Doctors Dilemma," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Fall 1963

Item 13 - "The Fantasticks," Fall, 1963

Item 14 - "Ghosts," set design by Donovan Rhynsburger, Winter 1964

Item 15 - "Mozart," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Winter 1964

Item 16 - "Hamlet," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Winter 1964

Item 17 - "The Curious Savage," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1964

Item 18 - "Mrs. McThing," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1964

Item 19 - "Mrs. McThing," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1964

Item 20 - "Blithe Spirit," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1964

Item 21 - "Blithe Spirit," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Summer 1964

Item 22 - "The Italian Straw Hat," set design by Lawrence Rugulo, Fall 1964

Item 23 - "Right You Are," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Fall 1964

Item 24 - "Waiting for Godot," Fall 1964

OSB 11

Item 1 - "The Glass Menagerie," set design by Lewis Stoerker, Winter 1965

Item 2 - "Rita," set design by Donald Thurston, Winter 1965

Item 3 - "The Medium," set design by Donald Thurston, Winter 1965

Item 4 - "The Medium," set design by Donald Thurston, Winter 1965

Item 5 - "The Mousetrap," ca. 1960s

Item 6 - Unidentified set 01a, n.d.

Item 7 - Unidentified set 01b, n.d.

Item 8 - Unidentified set 15a, n.d.

Item 9 - Unidentified set 11, n.d.

Item 10 - Unidentified set 10a, n.d.

Item 11 - Unidentified set 10b, n.d.

Item 12 - Unidentified television set 05, n.d.

Item 13 - Unidentified television set 03a, n.d.

Item 14 - Unidentified television set 15b, n.d.

Item 15 - Unidentified television set 09a, n.d.

Item 16 - Unidentified television set 02a, n.d.

Item 17 - Unidentified set 15c, n.d.

Item 18 - Unidentified set 01c, n.d.

Item 19 - Unidentified television set 13a, n.d.

Item 20 - Unidentified television set 14a, n.d.

Item 21 - Unidentified television set 14b, n.d.

Item 22 - Unidentified television set 09b, n.d.

Item 23 - Unidentified television set 14c, n.d.

Item 24 - Unidentified television set 13b, n.d.

Item 25 - Unidentified television set 09c, n.d.

Item 26 - Unidentified television set 04, n.d.

Item 27 - Unidentified television set 02b, n.d.

Item 28 - Unidentified set 12, n.d.

Item 29 - Unidentified set 15d, n.d.

Item 30 - Unidentified television set 03b, n.d.

Item 31 - Unidentified television set 06, n.d.

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