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Box 1 - 040348 [return to top]

[A12-120; A13-72]

FF 1 - Presentations - List of scholarly papers and presentations, ca. 1999

FF 2 - Presentations - "Training of Actors in Norway" (Southeastern Theatre Conference), 1965

FF 3 - Presentations - "Staging the plays of Ibsen" (Southeastern Theatre Conference) - Panel (program), 1972

FF 4 - Presentations - "A Feminist Theatrical Event: Bjørg Vik's 'To Akter For Fem Kvinner'" (Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study), 1977

FF 5 - Presentations - "Ibsen the Craftsman" (St. Olaf College) - Panel (program), 1978

FF 6 - Presentations - "Death in Ibsen's Last Plays" (South Atlantic Modern Language Association), 1980

FF 7 - Presentations - "Love and Longing in the Works of Bjørg Vik" (St. Olaf College), 1980

FF 8 - Presentations - "Image and Style in the Career of Harriet Bosse" (American Theatre Association), 1981

FF 9 - Presentations - "Bosse Interprets Strindberg" (Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study), 1982

FF 10 - Presentations - "Introduction to 'Daughters'" (Lincoln Center), 1982

FF 11 - Presentations - "Alma and Johan Fahlstrom - Actor-Managers" (American Society for Theatre Research), 1982

FF 12 - Presentations - "'A Venetian Comedy' in Stockholm" (Omaha, Nebraska), ca. 1983

FF 13 - Presentations - "Harriet Bosse: Stage Image and Self Image" (Nordiska Forkarkurser - Kvinna Och Teater I Norden), 1983

FF 14 - Presentations - "Ibsen: Romantic or Realist" (National Ibsen Symposium, Catham College) - Panel Discussion, 1984

FF 15 - Presentations - "Harriet Bosse and the Royal Dramatic Theatre" (Mid-America Theatre Conference), 1987

FF 16 - Presentations - "Fernanda Nissen on Theatre and Society" (Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study), 1987

FF 17 - Presentations - "Strindberg on Stage" (Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri), 1987

FF 18 - Presentations - "Swanwhite: Letters to Strindberg" (Webster University; Millikin University), 1987

FF 19 - Presentations - "The Actress-Interpreter: Harriet Bosse as Kristina" (Strindberg and History Symposium, University of Washington), 1988

FF 20 - Presentations - "Harriet Bosse - Norsk-Svensk Skuespillerinne" (Teatermuseet, Oslo - includes photographs of presentation and Harriet Bosse's family), 1989

FF 21 - Presentations - "Harriet Bosse" (Strindbergmuseet, Stockholm), 1989

FF 22 - Presentations - "The Politics of Directing in a Norwegian Institutional Theatre" (Mid-America Theatre Conference), 1990

FF 23 - Presentations - "The Family in the Theatrical World of Staffan Göthe" (Association for the Advancement of Scandanavian Studies in Canada) - includes correspondence from Göthe, program, and notes, 1990

FF 24 - Presentations - "Repertory Planning: Principles and Process" (Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study), 1991

FF 25 - Presentations - "Power and Space: A Case Study of Den Nationale Scene" (Association for Theatre in Higher Education), 1991

FF 26 - Presentations - "Harriet Bosse: The Actress of the New Century" (Mid-America Theatre Conference), 1993

FF 27 - Presentations - "Harriet Bosse: 'Det nya seklets skådespelerska'" (Strindbermuseet, Stockholm) - Press conference, 1993

FF 28 - Presentations - "Searching for Shelter: Ibsen's 'The Wild Duck'" (Indiana University), 1997

FF 29 - Presentations - "Behind and Beyond: A View of Strindberg's 'Ghost Sonata'" (Indiana University Theatre Circle), 1997

FF 30 - Presentations - "Strindberg's 'The Ghost Sonata'" (Indiana University) - Pre-production lecture (includes 1972 program of 'Ghost Sonata' in the Nationaltheatret, Oslo), 1997

FF 31 - Presentations - "'And Then Came Light': Harriet Bosse as Wife and Artist" (Santa Fe Opera Symposium), includes photographs, program, newsclipping, 1998

FF 32 - Presentations - "Harriet Bosse: Norsk Teaterprinsesse, Svensk Teaterdronning" (Kvinnemuseet, Kongsvinger, Norway), includes newsclipping and photograph, 1999

FF 33 - Performances - "Hardship & Hope" (includes correspondence and performance list), 1988, 2003

FF 34 - Performances - "Hardship & Hope" (includes publicity, newsclippings, and reviews for both the production and book), 1988-1999

FF 35 - Performances - "Hardship & Hope" - Research (includes correspondence, photographs, and research material on Elvira Scott, Mary Margaret Ellis, and Marian Wright Powers),

FF 36 - Performances - "Hardship & Hope" (Bergen, Norway) - Newsclippings, 1989

FF 37 - Performances - "Hardship & Hope" (one-woman production; National Coalition for Sex Equity in Education, Kansas City), includes program, 1989

FF 38 - Performances - "Waiting & Working: Women of the Boone's Lick Frontier" (Sante Fe Trail Association Symposium), includes script, program, brochure, correspondence, VHS tape, rights permissions, 1991

FF 39 - Performances - "Missouri Echoes" (Stephens College), includes script, photograph, newsclippings, 1993

FF 40 - Performances - "Missouri Echoes" (Sappington House, St. Louis), includes program, script, musical score, correspondence, and brochure, 2004

FF 40A - Performances - "Missouri Echoes" (University of Georgia and Peachtree Methodist Church, Atlanta), n.d.

FF 41 - Performances - "Words Are Like Birds: The Writings of Mary Paxton Keeley" (includes script and research material from Keeley's "Back in Independence" and poems), 1997

FF 42 - Performances - "'What I Hoped to Be': Mary Paxton Keeley on her Life" (includes script and research material), 1997-2006

FF 43 - Performances - "Ibsen's Portraits of Women" - includes script and newsclippings, ca. 1968

FF 44 - Performances - "Diary of Susan Vanarsdale" (Audrain County Area Genealogical Society) - script, 1993

FF 45 - Performances - "Of Stars & Sisterhood - A Tribute to the Founders of P.E.O." - includes script, program, and photographs, ca. 1993-2007

FF 46 - Performances - "Phoebe Couzins Monologue" - includes program and script, ca. 1994

FF 47 - Performances - "Women in War and Peace: Women in Wartime and Their Spiritual Journey" - includes script, program, and photograph, 1996

FF 48 - Performances - "Life in the Ozarks: The Story of Margaret Gilmore Kelso" (Missouri Folklore Society) - includes proposal, script, and correspondence, 1997

FF 49 - Performances - "What I Hope to Be: Mary Paxton Keeley on Her Life" (includes programs, correspondence, flyer, script excerpt, and newsclippings), 1997, 1998, 2004, 2006

FF 50 - Performances - "The Birth of Freedom's Daughter" (Lenoir Community Center) - includes script, correspondence, and newsclipping, 1998

FF 51 - Performances - "Excerpts from Women's Civil War Diaries" (Maplewood Farm, Columbia, Missouri) - includes script, and publicity clipping, 1997

FF 52 - Performances - "A Splendid Heritage - Stories of Missouri Women" (includes program, script, correspondence, publicity, and newsclippings), 1998

FF 53 - Performances - "Mars & Venus in the 19th Century" (includes program and script), ca. 1998

FF 54 - Performances - "The Willis Letters: 1849-1851" (The Westerners) - includes script, program, correspondence, publicity, and recording agreement, 1998

FF 55 - Performances - "Behind the Scenes and Center Stage: Women in Missouri Politics" (Muleskinners) - includes program and script, 1998

FF 56 - Performances - "'He is a Prayer-Hearing God': Faith and Service in the Lives of Missouri Women" (First Baptist Church, Columbia, Missouri) - includes program and script, 1999

FF 57 - Performances - "I Believe in Happiness: Harriet Bosse" (includes program, publicity, and script), 2000, 2001, 2005

FF 58 - Performances - Miscellaneous (includes programs, newsclippings, and correspondence; some items pertain to Waal as a piano accompanist), 1956-2008

FF 58A - Performances - Music used in various peformances, n.d.

FF 59 - Readings - "Poetry by Scandinavian Women: A Reading" and "Women's Poetry: A Universal View", 1984, 1986

FF 60 - Speeches - List of selected speeches, n.d.

FF 61 - Speeches - To students, 1984, 1986

FF 62 - Speeches - "Harriet Bosse: The Process of Biography" (includes correspondence), 1998

FF 63 - Speeches - "The Woman Scholar/Artist/Teacher in Academic Theatre", ca. 1988

FF 64 - Speeches - Disputas - Losnedahl (University of Bergen) - includes notes, 1994

FF 65 - Roles - List of roles played and other performances, n.d.

FF 66 - Roles - Miscellaneous (includes newsclippings, flyers, programs, and photographs), ca. 1948-1958

FF 67 - Roles - Blanche ("A Streetcar Named Desire", Indiana University Theatre) - includes programs, newsclippings, and photographs, 1963

FF 68 - Roles - Caroline (Episode 4 "Ja- Benken" of Norwegian television show "Maksveringer") - includes newsclippings, script, photographs, and contract, 1972

FF 69 - Roles - Margaret ("The Father"), Alma ("Summer and Smoke"), Lubinka ("The Diary of a Scoundrel") - includes programs, newsclipping, and photographs, 1955, 1974, 1975

FF 70 - Roles - Beatrice ("Much Ado About Nothing") - photograph, 1957

FF 71 - Roles - Thea Elvsted ("Hedda Gabler") - photograph, ca. 1969

FF 72 - Roles - Ethel Thayer ("On Golden Pond") - includes program, correspondence, photographs, 1982

FF 73 - Roles - Annie Nations ("Foxfire") - includes program, correspondence, newsclippings, photographs, 1987

FF 74 - Roles - Mrs. Fraser ("Stepping Out") - includes program, notes, photographs, 1993

Box 2 - UMLD1 [return to top]

[A12-120; A13-04; A13-72]

FF 1 - Productions - List of productions directed, n.d.

FF 2 - Productions - "The Stronger" (Strindberg); "The Dining Room" (Gurney) - includes publicity, programs, correspondence, memoranda, newsclippings, and photographic prints and slides, 1984-1985

FF 3 - Productions - "Desire Under the Elms" (O'Neill) - includes program, newsclipping, and photographs, 1966

FF 4 - Productions - "Ring Round the Moon" (Anouilh) - includes program and photographs, 1974

FF 5 - Productions - "Reckless" (Lucas) - includes program, correspondence, newsclippings, and photographs, 1990-1991

FF 6 - Productions - "The Physicists" (Dürrenmatt); "The Lady from the Sea" (Ibsen) - includes programs, memorandum, newsclipping, and photographs, 1974, 1977

FF 7 - Productions - "The Apple Tree" (Harnick and Bock); "Private Lives" (Coward); "The Importance of Being Earnest" (Wilde) - includes programs, newsclippings, photographs, memoranda, and a script for a student play "The Importance of Moving Furniture," 1977, 1979, 1987

FF 8 - Productions - "Do You Know The Milky Way?" (Wittlinger); "Hannibal Blues" (Sabath) - includes programs, evaluation, and photographs, 1982, 1989

FF 9 - Productions - "Gypsy" (Laurents, Styne, Sondheim) - includes program, correspondence, and photographs, 1972

FF 10 - Productions - "The Boyfriend" (Wilson); "Aesop's Falables" (Graczyk, Hansen, Conine) - includes programs, newsclippings, and photographs, 1975, 1979

FF 11 - Productions - "Breaking the Prairie Wolf Code" (Mueller) - includes program, correspondence, newsclippings, and photographic prints and slides, 1987

FF 12 - Productions - "Rosmersholm" (Ibsen); "She Stoops to Conquer" (Goldsmith); "The Knack" (Jellicoe); "The Pelican" (Strindberg); "Ardele" (Anouilh); - includes programs, publicity, and photographs, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1973

FF 13 - Productions - "The Master Builder" (Ibsen) - includes, commentary, programs, photographs, and newsclippings, 1969

FF 14 - Productions - "Sherlock's Last Case" (Marowitz) - includes programs, correspondence, stage diagram, and photographic slides and negatives, 1992

FF 15 - Teaching - Sampling of Evaluations (includes correspondence), 1977-1990 [RESTRICTED]

FF 16 - Teaching - Ibsen and Strindberg - Graduate Seminar, Indiana University (includes bibliography, lecture notes and outlines, discussion guides), 1995

FF 17 - Teaching - Strindberg - Miscellaneous (includes discussion questions, guides, notes, some from Scandinavian Dramatic Literature 466), ca. 1976-1985

FF 18 - Teaching - Theatre 347 - Acting 3 - Greek Tragedy (includes schedules, lesson plans, assignments), ca. 1991

FF 19 - Teaching - Theatre 347 - Acting 3 - Shakespearean Comedy (schedule, assignments, notes), ca. 1991-1992

FF 20 - Teaching - Theatre 347 - Acting 3 - Eighteenth-Century Comedy (notes and resources), ca. 1991

FF 21 - Teaching - Theatre 347 - Acting 3 - Nineteenth-Century Realism (notes and resources), ca. 1991

FF 21A - Teaching - Retirement Gift - Photographs (removed from large, framed collage, includes poem; presented to Waal on her retirement by Theatre Department students), 1992

FF 21B - Teaching - Retirement - Event, 1992

FF 21C - Teaching - Letter of Emerita Status, 1991

FF 22 - Biographical Information (includes lists of publications and other professional output), n.d.

FF 22A - Report - Bergen Festival, 1989

FF 23 - Report - Sabbatical Leave, 1981

FF 24 - Report - Swedish Institute Guest Scholarship, 1981

FF 25 - Westhampton College - Distinguished Alumnae Award (includes correspondence and comments), 1985

FF 26 - "Theatre Arts Newsletter" - Notes from the Chair, 1990

FF 27 - Annual Cumulative Update, 1990-1991 [RESTRICTED]

FF 28 - Awards - Barnhard Hewit Award - "Harriet Bosse: Stindberg's Muse and Interpreter" (includes correspondence, press releases, and informational material), 1991-1992

FF 29 - Awards - Byler Distinguished Professor Award (includes correspondence, newsclippings, and comments), 1992

FF 30 - University of Indiana Norvelle Visitor (include newsclipping, correspondence, death notice for Richard and Carol Moody), 1994-1996

FF 31 - Theatre Symposium - Editorial Board, 1997

FF 32 - Publicity and Newsclippings, 1966-1989

FF 33 - Hubert C. Heffner - Correspondence, 1965-1985

FF 34 - Bjørg Vik - Visit to Columbia (includes program, correspondence, and photographs), 1981, 1984, 1992

FF 35 - Certificate - University of Oslo - Norwegian Language and Literature for Foreign Students, 1962

FF 36 - Knut Hamsun Medallion - Photographs (gift of Irmelin Munck Lund to Waal; presented to University of Wisconsin Scandinavian Department), n.d.

FF 37 - Publications - Lists of books, articles, translations, and reviews, n.d.

FF 38 - Publications - Articles for Reference Books, 1975-1999

FF 39 - Publications - Copies and Offprints, 1960-1971

FF 40 - Publications - Articles on Knut Hamsun, 1969, 1971

FF 41 - Publications - Articles on Henrik Ibsen, 1972, 1976, 1978

FF 42 - Publications - Reviews, 1967-2003

FF 43 - Publications - Copies and Offprints, 1980-1984, 1992

FF 44 - Publications - "'Takk for forestillingen': Backstage and onstage in Norway" (Spectrum), 1990

FF 45 - Publications - "Johanne Dybwad: Norwegian Actress" (includes dissertation abstract, library catalog entry, copyright certificate), 1965-1967

FF 46 - Publications - "Johanne Dybwad: Norwegian Actress" - Newsclipping scrapbook, 1967

FF 47 - Unpublished - "A Case Study in Communication and Ritual: 'Hardship & Hope' at Den Nationale Scene in Bergen, Norway," 1989

FF 48 - Unpublished - "Bergen's Theatre Ensemble at Work," ca. 1989

FF 49 - Translations - "Free Pass to Soria Moria" (Bjørg Vik), ca. 1986

FF 50 - Translations - "The Yellow Paintbox: An Evening in Greenwich Village" (Sven Stål), 1989

FF 51 - Research - Johanne Dybwad - Family and other correspondence, 1962-1981

FF 52 - Research - Johanne Dybwad (includes recording list, photographs, and newsclippings), ca. 1962-1971, 2000

FF 53 - Research - Johanne Dybwad - Photographs, n.d.

FF 54 - Research - Norwegian Theatre History - Photographs, n.d.

FF 55 - Research - Photographic Slides - Johanne Dybwad; Bjørg Vik family; Marie Holm; Gullestad; "Ja-Benken" production; Norwegian Theatre history; Miscellaneous Scandinavian Theatre history, ca. 1972, 1991

FF 56 - Publications - "Harriet Bosse: Strindberg's Muse and Interpreter" - Southern Illinois University Press Contract and Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1988, 2006

FF 57 - Publications - "Harriet Bosse: Strindberg's Muse and Interpreter" - Cover, ca. 1990

FF 58 - Publications - "Harriet Bosse: Strindberg's Muse and Interpreter" - Reactions (includes reviews, newsclippings, and correspondence), 1990-1992

FF 59 - Publications - "Harriet Bosse: Strindberg's Muse and Interpreter" - Reactions - Foreign (includes reviews, newsclippings, and correspondence), 1990-1992

FF 60 - Publications - "Harriet Bosse: Det Nya Seklets Skådespelerska" - Reactions - (includes reviews, newsclippings, and publisher's brochure), 1993

FF 61 - Publications - "Harriet Bosse: Det Nya Seklets Skådespelerska" - Press Conference, 1993

FF 62 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Correspondence, 1981-1992

FF 63 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Interview with family (includes notes, correspondence, and photographs), 1981-1995, 2007

FF 64 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Victor Sjöström (includes newsclippings and article copies), ca. 1960, 1983

FF 65 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Victor Sjöström - Photograph (presented to Waal by the Pihlblad family to whom Sjöström was related), n.d.

Box 3 - UMLD1 [return to top]

[A12-120; A13-72]

FF 1 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1981

FF 2 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence (includes newsclipping), 1982

FF 3 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1983

FF 4 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1984

FF 5 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1985

FF 6 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence (includes photograph), 1986

FF 7 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1987

FF 8 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1988

FF 9 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1989

FF 10 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1990

FF 11 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1991

FF 12 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1992

FF 13 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Anne Marie Wyller Hagelin (daughter of Bosse and Strindberg) - Correspondence, 1993-1994

FF 14 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Gunnar Wingård (includes newsclippings and interview with Randi Wingård, daughter-in-law of Harriet Bosse), ca. 1981

FF 15 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Photographs, slides, postcards, and other images (includes a few images of Bosse's family, a letter, and a placard), n.d.

FF 16 - Research - Harriet Bosse - August Strindberg - Photographs, n.d.

FF 17 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Correspondence with August Strindberg (from Arvid Paulson's "Letters Of Strindberg to Harriet Bosse"; includes notes), n.d.

FF 18 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Interviews (includes newsclipping and photograph), 1981

FF 19 - Research - Harriet Bosse - "Strindberg Som Jag Känd Honom" (statement by Harriet Bosse; includes translation), n.d.

FF 20 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Bosse, Strindberg, and Daughter - newsclippings, 1982-1999

FF 21 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Biographical and other material (includes newsclippings, obituaries, and photograph), n.d.

FF 22 - Research - Harriet Bosse - Early Strindberg Roles (includes article offprint and copy of letter accepting role in "To Damascus"), ca. 1964

FF 23 - Research - Harriet Bosse - "Ett Drömspel" (includes articles about and programs of Strindberg's "A Dream Play"), 1965-1989

FF 24 - Correspondence - Arne Wyller (grandson of Bosse and Strindberg; includes letter from Waal to Wyller's widow, Veronica), 1988-2001

FF 24A - Correspondence - Dagny Bull Heyerdahl (foster daughter of Harriet Bosse's brother, Ewald - includes photograph of Ewald Bosse house)

FF 25 - Research - August Strindberg - 11th International Strindberg Conference, Copenhagen (includes program and notes on presentations), 1992

FF 26 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Development Leave, 1989

FF 27 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Discussion following presentation of report, 1989

FF 28 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Seminar report form 'Etikk' Group, 1989

FF 29 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Report and comments on Participant Observation, 1989

FF 30 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Notes (audio cassette tape), 1989

FF 31 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Report on Observation (in Norwegian), 1989

FF 32 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Notes on observations, 1989

FF 33 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Miscellaneous (includes newsclippings, articles, photographs, brochures, programs), 1988-1989

FF 34 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Miscellaneous (includes newsclippings, articles, brochures, correspondence, press releases), 1989-1990

FF 35 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Miscellaneous (includes newsclippings, articles, brochures, press releases), 1990-1991

FF 36 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Miscellaneous (includes correspondence, newsclippings, programs), 1991-1992

FF 37 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Brochures, 1992-1993

FF 38 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Production - Visittid (includes program, correspondence, notes), 1989

FF 39 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Production - Mascarade (includes photographs, newsclippings, notes), 1989

FF 40 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Building (includes photograph, correspondence, notes, brochure), 1989-1991

FF 41 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Administration (includes newsclippings, correspondence, production plans), 1989

FF 42 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Photographs (includes behind-the-scenes images), ca. 1989

FF 42A - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Photographs (includes model of theatre, personnel, artwork, etc.), ca. 1989

FF 43 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Correspondence, 1988-1992

FF 44 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Interviews, A-L, 1989

FF 45 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Interviews, M-Å (includes clipping), 1989

FF 46 - Research - Den Nationale Scene - Photographic slides (includes Bergen Teatermuseet), ca. 1989

FF 47 - Research - Photographic slides - Miscellaneous (includes Harriet Bosse, Fahlstrom, etc.), n.d.

FF 48 - Miscellaneous (includes photographic postcard depicting Halfdan Christensen, card depicting the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen), ca. 1983

FF 49 - Correspondence - Miscellaneous (includes correspondence with Asbjorn Dorumsgard, Dorumsgard's daughter, Kari Maxness, and Helge Hoff Monsen), ca. 1968, 1989

FF 50 - Audio cassette tapes (five tapes: The Willis Letters, 1849-1851 - A dramatic reading performed by Carla Waal and Mark Kelty, 1998; Svenska Röster (Swedish Voices) - A production by Inga Grabe of readings and performances by Swedish actors, including Harriet Bosse as Indra's daughter in Strindberg's "A Dream Play" - Swedish National Radio (Sveriges Radio) broadcast; Interview of Carla Waal by Helene Høverstad - broadcast on Norwegian National Broadcasting Company, 1981; Compositions by Michael Schelle: Song cycle "Swanwhite" (inspired by the relationship of Harriet Bosse and August Strindberg) and "Music for the Last Days of Strindberg", n.d.; Program about Harriet Bosse by Hans Christen Sjöberg - broadcast on Sveriges Radio, 1978 and program about August Strindberg, 1949)

Item - Video tape (VHS) - An Interview with Loren Reid and Carla Waal, 1993

Item - Disseration (bound) - Johanne Dybwad - Norwegian Actress by Carla Rae Waal, Indiana University, 1964

OSF 1 - B3A, 7C, 3 [return to top]

[A13-04; A13-72]

Item - Harriet Bosse (in "A Venetian Comedy") - Photographic reproduction (mounted), n.d.

Item - Distinguished Alumna Award - Westhampton College Alumnae Association (mounted), 1985

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