Alix Jeffry photographs


Alix Jeffry photographs


Contains approximately 60,000 negatives (35mm, 2x2"), contact sheets, and glossy 8x10" prints, and circa 400 color slides covering productions of Off-Broadway theaters of New York, and celebrities and performers photographed by Alix Jeffry.

11.25 linear feet (12 boxes)

eng, Latn


SNAC Resource ID: 6384364

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American mezzo-soprano. From the description of Autograph letters signed (2) : [n.p.], to Herbert J. Seligmann, 1976 June 4 and 1979 Apr. 20. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270872419 Epithet: singer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000210.0x00010c ...

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Composer. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Princeton, N.J., to Mr. [James] Fuld, [1983 Dec. 30?]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270911546 American composer. From the description of Autogrpaph letters signed (6), dated Princeton, N.J., [ca. 1977, 1987, and n.d.], to Joan Peyser, [ca. 1977, 1987, and n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270991916 ...

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Actress. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1920]-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155507628 Tallulah (Tallulah Brockman) Bankhead was born 1902 Jan. 31 to William B. and Ada Eugenia Sledge Bankhead in Huntsville, Madison Co., Ala. She attended primary school in Montomery, Ala., while living with her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Owen. She later attended Convent of the Sacred Heart (N.Y.), 1912-1913; Mary Baldwin Seminary (Va.), 1913; Convent of t...

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Frederick J. Dockstader (1919-1998) was an art consultant, museum director, and silversmith from New York, N.Y. From the description of Oral history interview with Frederick J. Dockstader, 1970 June 16-July 2 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 495595140 Art consultant, museum director, silversmith; New York, N.Y. Born 1919. From the description of Frederick J. Dockstader interviews, 1970 June 16-July 2. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220185506 ...

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Joanna Roos, an American actress and author, was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1901. She appeared on Broadway from 1921 until the late 1960s, working with such actors as Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. She acted in the San Diego and New York Shakespeare Festivals, as well as in films and television. She retired in 1979 from the soap opera ''Love of Life.'' Roos was a founding member of the New Dramatists Committee. Several of the plays she wrote for the group won awards. From the desc...

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Jason Miller served as mate in Concordia on a voyage to Hudson Bay From the guide to the Jason Miller collection, 1864-1865, (Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge) ...

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Keeping morale high was important during the war. This was recognized at the highest military levels. General George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff, for example, stressed the importance of maintaining high morale: "Napoleon evaluated morale over material as three to one. I believe that recent experiences indicate a re-estimate of this value - the odds being near five to one, or probably even ten to one in some instances in favor of the psychological factor" (Morale Program, box 7 folder 2 page 7). ...

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Biographical note Herbert G. Klein (1918-2009) enjoyed a long and successful career in the fields of journalism and communications. He worked as a newspaper journalist and editor, media consultant and executive, and most famously, as the first Director of Communications for the Executive Branch under President Richard M. Nixon. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Klein graduated from the University of Southern California in 1940 with ...

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Pacino, Al, 1940-.... (person)

Al Pacino, stage and film actor, was born in New York, N.Y., April 25, 1940. Since the release of the first GODFATHER film in 1972, which made him famous, Al Pacino has played lead roles in films (DOG DAY AFTERNOON, SERPICO, SCARFACE) and on stage (RICHARD III, AMERICAN BUFFALO, THE BASIC TRAINING OF PAVLO HUMMEL). From the guide to the Interview with Al Pacino, 1975, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Al Pacino, stage and film actor, wa...

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Draftsman in Washington, D.C. From the description of Letter, 1858, May 23. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 39670088 ...

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Irene Worth (1915-2002), American actress, winner of three Tony Awards, who appeared in Thornton Wilder's The Alcestiad ("A Life in the Sun") at the Edinburgh Festival in 1955 and in the stage version of "The Woman of Andros" in 1963. From the description of Irene Worth papers relating to Thornton Wilder, 1955-1977. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702171891 Epithet: actress British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_...

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John Kingsley (Joe) Orton (1933-1967), playwright. From the guide to the Joe Orton Collection, 1950-1990, (University of Leicester) ...

Schmidt, Harvey (person)

Harvey Schmidt (born September 12, 1929 in Dallas, Texas, U.S.) is an American writer of musical theatre, best known for composing the music for the longest running musical in history, The Fantasticks, which ran off-Broadway from 1960 - 2002 for a total of 17,162 performances at the Sullivan Street Playhouse. He also collaborated on the 2000 feature film adaptation. Biographical Source:, 2008 From the guide to the H...

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Actor, author and a founder of the Seattle Repertory Playhouse, and founding member of the Seattle local of the American Federation of Radio Artists. From the description of Papers, 1935-1980. (University of Oregon Libraries). WorldCat record id: 19274462 Albert M. Ottenheimer was born on September 6, 1904 in Tacoma, Washington, where he attended Lincoln High School. He worked on the staff of the Tacoma Daily Ledger for three years before entering the University...

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Wild, Earl (person)

Summary: Earl Wild was born in Pittsburgh in 1915. Wild served as pianist for the NBC Symphony Orchestra (1937-1944) and gave a series of Liszt concerts (1944-1980s). Wild was also a significant transcriber of piano music, particularly of Chopin and Liszt pieces, and composed original music. In addition, Wild maintained a long concert career until his 90th year and held teaching positions at the Eastman School of Music, Pennsylvania State University, the Juilliard School of Music, t...

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Tureck, Rosalyn (person)

American pianist, student of Olga Samaroff Stokowski. From the description of Interview conducted by Oliver Daniel, Apr. 3, 1979 [sound recording]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155861755 Pianist, clavichordist and harpsichordist known for her interpretation of the works of J.S. Bach. From the description of Rosalyn Tureck collection, 1893-1980. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 144652112 From the guide to the Ros...

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Katz, Alex, 1927-.... (person)

Painter; New York City. From the description of Alex Katz papers, 1953-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78054299 Artist. From the description of Reminiscences of Alex Katz : oral history, 1978. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122343168 Painter (New York, N.Y.). From the description of Alex Katz interview, 1969 Oct. 20 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83634712 Alex Katz (1927- ) ...

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Singer, song stylist, nightclub entertainer. From the description of Mabel Mercer collection, 1932-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122486173 From the guide to the Mabel Mercer collection, 1932-1980, (The New York Public Library. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division.) Singer, song sylist, nightclub entertainer. From the description of Mabel Mercer papers, 1932-1984. (Unknown). WorldCat record i...

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Moore, Melba (person)

Singer, stage actress, and musical singer Melba Moore was born Beatrice Melba Smith on October 29, 1945 in New York City. The daughter of Detroit bandleader, Ted Hill, Moore was raised by mother, Gertrude Melba Smith and stepfather, Clement Leroy Moorman, alsoa professional musicians. As a youth, Moore's passion was dancing, however, when her stepfather made her take piano lessons, she began to admire jazz and blues pianists. Moore attended Newark, New Jersey's Waverly Elementary School and Clev...

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Jones, James Earl (person)

Actor James Earl Jones was born on January 17, 1931 to Robert Earl Jones and Ruth Connolly in Arkabutla, Mississippi. When Jones was five years old, his family moved to Dublin, Michigan. He graduated from Dickson High School in Brethren, Michigan in 1949. In 1953, Jones participated in productions at Manistee Summer Theatre. After serving in the U.S. Army for two years, Jones received his B.A. degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1955.Following graduation, Jones relocated to Ne...

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Sarris, Andrew (person)

Andrew Sarris was a prominent American film critic, perhaps known best for giving credence to the European auteur theory in the United States. Born October 31, 1928 to Greek immigrant parents, he was raised in Ozone Park, Queens. Sarris graduated from Columbia University in 1951, and subsequently served in the United States Army Signal Corps from 1952 to 1954. Though his zeal for film developed at an early age, Sarris’ career in film criticism formally began in 1955 when he met Jona...

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Lyons, Leonard, 1906-1976 (person)

Leonard Lyons, born Leonard Sucher, September 10, 1906, New York, New York, attended the City College of New York from 1924 to 1925, and received his Bachelor of Law degree from St. John's University College of Law in 1928. He was admitted to the New York Bar the same year, then to the Federal Bar in 1929, practicing law in New York City from 1929 to 1934. He married Sylvia R. Schonberger on November 29, 1934. From 1934 to 1974, he wrote The Lyons Den, a syndicated column for the New York Post. ...

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Buloff, Joseph (person)

Joseph Buloff, actor and director, was born December 6, 1900. He began his career in 1915 touring with the Vilna troupe during World War I. Maurice Schwartz, actor-manager of the Yiddish Art Theatre, invited Buloff to join the company in New York City where he made his American debut in Dymov's THE TENTH COMMANDMENT. After several appearances with the company, Buloff left to form his own Yiddish Folks Theatre. He was invited to appear on the English language stage on Bro...

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Anouilh, Jean (person)

French dramatist. From the description of Jean Anouilh correspondence authorizing performance of plays, 1942-1969. (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 60526849 From the description of Jean Anouilh correspondence authorizing performance of plays, 1942-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702165240 Jean Anouilh, the French playwright, was born in Bordeaux on June 23, 1910. He came to prominence as early as 1932 with the success of L'hermine at the Théâtre de l'Oeuv...

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Brooks was elected an honorary member of the Players. From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1961-1962. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 182939973 New York City. Founded by Edwin Booth in 1888, the club had among its members many prominent actors, artists and writers. From the description of Players Club letters, 1848-1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122397038 The Players is a private social club, founded ...

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Lerner, Alan Jay, 1918-1986 (person)

Alan Lerner (August 31, 1918 – June 14, 1986) was an American lyricist and librettist. In collaboration with Frederick Loewe, and later Burton Lane, he created some of the world's most popular and enduring works of musical theatre both for the stage and on film. He won three Tony Awards and three Academy Awards, among other honors....

Antonio, James (person)

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Morgan Paull (person)

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Viveca Lindfors (person)

Rip Torn (person)

Jack Richardson. (person)

Harvery Keitel (person)

Turner, Lana, 1921-1995 (person)

Lana Turner, actress. From the description of Lana Turner scrapbooks, 1939-1956, microform. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122598227 From the guide to the Lana Turner scrapbooks, [microform.], 1939-1956, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) ...

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Vincent Gardenia (person)

William Hammerstein (person)

Parker McCormick (person)

Evelyn & Arthur Barron. (corporateBody)

Antoon, A. J. (Alfred Joseph), 1944-1992 (person)

A.J. Antoon was an award-winning stage director who was nominated fortwo Tony awards in 1973. Antoon was a graduate of Boston College and attended the Yale School of Drama. He made his professional directorial debut in 1971 with STORY THEATRE. In 1973 he won several theater awards including a Tony for THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON. Antoon directed seven major Broadway plays and musicals during his twenty-year career, including MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, THE RINK, THE GOOD DOCTOR...

Parsons, Estelle (person)

GISH, LILLIAN (person)

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Pierelli, Attilio, 1924-.... (person)

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American Theatre for Children. (corporateBody)

White, Onna (person)

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Watson, Susan (person)

Wallach, Eli, 1915-2014 (person)

Actor. From the description of Reminiscences of Eli Wallach : oral history, 1959. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122362003 ...

Jenkins, Carol (person)

Perlman, Izak. (person)

Scott, Glenn (person)

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Barbara Carols (person)

Arthur Hill (person)

Schlesinger, John (person)

Schlesinger was born in London into a Jewish family. He went on to work in television as an actor after graduating from Uppingham School and Balliol College, Oxford. One of his first films, the documentary Terminus (1960) earned him a Venice Film Festival Gold Lion and a British Academy Award. Schlesinger's movies covered a range of subjects and reflect his personal interest, for example:A Kind of Loving (1962) and Billy Liar (1963) were concerned with the life of charac...

Maria Karnilova (person)

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Barbara Gilbert (person)

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Wadsworth, Charles (person)

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Berganza, Teresa (person)

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Venora, Lee (person)

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Dey, James Paul, 1930- (person)

Eaves Costume Company (corporateBody)

Newmar, Julie, 1933- (person)

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Fonda, Henry, 1905-1982 (person)

Henry Jaynes Fonda (May 16, 1905 – August 12, 1982), known more commonly as Henry Fonda, was an American film and stage actor who had a career that spanned five decades in Hollywood. Fonda cultivated a strong, appealing screen image in several films now considered to be classics, earning one Academy Award for Best Actor on two nominations. Fonda made his mark early as a Broadway actor and made his Hollywood film debut in 1935. His film career began to gain momentum with roles such as Bette Da...

Clarence Derwent (person)

Schippers, Thomas (person)

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Michael Shea (person)

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Kelly, Nancy (person)

Elias, Alix (person)

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New York City Center (corporateBody)

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Johnston, Jane A. (person)

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Hill, Arthur, 1922-2006 (person)

Epithet: Colonel; Irish MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x0002ae Epithet: Chancellor of the Irish Exchequer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x0002ac ...

Mercedes McCambridge (person)

Stapleton, Maureen. (person)

Actress. From the description of Reminiscences of Maureen Stapleton : oral history, 1960. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 86131671 ...

Nancy Ames (person)

Jack McGowan (person)

Peter Michaels (person)

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Eldridge, Florence (person)

Alfred Ryder (person)

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Anna Russell (person)

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Kenneth Nelson (person)

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Gene Nelson (person)

Bucquet, Marie-Françoise 1937-... (person)

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Jeanellen McKee. (person)

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Kevin O'Conner (person)

Tony Musante (person)

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Forman, Milos (person)

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Sheldon Harnick. (person)

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Kern, Jerome (person)

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Shepperd Strudwick (person)

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Gerrianne Raphael (person)

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Sessue Hayakawa. (person)

Jan Holm. (person)

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Augusta Dobney (person)

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James Molinaro (person)

Louise Latham (person)

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Actors Playhouse (corporateBody)

Gene Scandur (person)

Randolph, David (person)

Conductor, radio host, and music educator David Randolph (1914-2010) was an active member of the New York classical music community, and served as musical director of the Randolph Singers, the Masterwork Chorus, and The St. Cecilia Chorus. David Rosenberg was born in Manhattan in 1914 to Morris Rosenberg (born ca.1892) and Elsie Goodman (1893-1979). He changed his surname to Randolph shortly after graduating from high school. Randolph graduated from City College of New Y...

Jan Hus Playhouse (corporateBody)

C. K. Alexander (person)

Ure, Mary, 1933-1975 (person)

Dana Elcar (person)

Francis Swann. (person)

Helen Stenburg (person)

Clarice Blockburn (person)

William Devane (person)

Lawrence Osgood. (person)

Yajima, Hiroko (person)

Christina Gillespie (person)

Richard Easton (person)

Violett, Ellen (person)

Laurents, Arthur. (person)

Biographical Note 1917, July 14 Born, Brooklyn, New York 1937 B.A., English, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 1941 Drafted into the U.S. Army Remained stateside and wrote training films and radio plays for the Army...

Hamilton, Nancy (person)

Helen Keller, undated Nancy Hamilton, Broadway actress, lyricist, author, scriptwriter, producer, and playwright was born in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, July 27, 1908, daughter of Charles Lee Hamilton and Margaret Miller Marshall. She was educated at Miss Dickinson's School in Sewickley, at the Sorbonne, and received a B.A. from Smith College in 1930. Hamilton began writings songs and sketches while at Smith, acting in and directing The Chocolate Soldier in her senior year...

John Randolph (person)

Joseph, Anthony (person)

Pirie MacDonald (person)

March, Fredric, 1897-1975. (person)

Roger Kay (person)

Frank McHugh (person)

Carlos Carrion (person)

Jack Gelber. (person)

Nancy Cushman (person)

Mask Players. (person)

Rosita Diaz (person)

Jessica Tandy (person)

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Robert Hoaks (person)

Gerome Ragni (person)

Venable Herndon. (person)

Joe Davies (person)

Cross, Mary, 1934- (person)

Pitts, Gary (person)

Powell, Michael Warren (person)

Steve Decker (person)

Charles Nolte. (person)

Carleton Carpenter (person)

Matthew Tobin (person)

Dody Goodman (person)

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Leo Luclzer (?) (person)

Uta Hagen (person)

Noel Behn (person)

Blatty, William Peter (person)

James, Karen (person)

American theatre wing (corporateBody)

Jane Lowery (person)

William Shust (person)

Rick Besoyan. (person)

John Green (person)

Graffman, Gary (person)

Concert pianist and director of the Curtis Institute. From the description of Interview conducted by Oliver Daniel, Sept. 27, 1978 [sound recording]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155861454 Concert pianist, director of Curtis Institute of Music, 1985- . From the description of Oral history conducted by Sharon Eisenhour, January 25, 1991. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155892233 American ...

Paul McGrath (person)

Price, Leontyne. (person)

Mariam Hailey (person)

Ronpten Thomas (person)

Mt. Vernon, N.Y. (corporateBody)

Renata (corporateBody)

Jack De Lou (person)

Leesa Foster (person)

Tom Gruenewald (person)

Grayson Hall (person)

Kay Madford (person)

Robert Costello (person)

Stacy, Thomas (person)

Billy DeWolfe (person)

Willie Gilbert (person)

Bob Livingston (person)

Jose-Amparo Iturbi. (person)

Kahn, Madeline (person)

Joseph Liebling (person)

Barnard Hughes (person)

Ted Pugh (person)

Michael Higgins (person)

Stephen Brooks (person)

Billy Matthews (person)

Orson Bean (person)

Helen Scourky (person)

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Walt Sonnenburg. (person)

Sam and Bella Spewack. (person)

Clinton Dunn (person)

Julian Beck (person)

Joshua Logan (person)

Warren Crane (person)

Wainwright, Loudon, III. (person)

Price, Paul B. (person)

Carlton Coyler (person)

Jerome Max. (person)

Jane Kean (person)

Solow, Jeffrey (person)

Muriel Birkhead (person)

Wexler, Haskell (person)

Wexler was born in Chicago, IL, June 2, 1922; attended Univ. of CA, Berkeley; made educational and industrial films before he started a career in cinematography (late 1950s); the recipient of two Academy Awards, his credits include, Medium Cool (1969), Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966), In the heat of the night (1967), American graffiti (1973), One flew over the cuckoo's nest (1975); has made a number of documentary films in various capacities including, The bus (1965), Interviews with My L...

Roscoe Lee Browne (person)

James Albright (person)

Lenka Peterson (person)

Christine Spencer (person)

Colleen Dewhurst (person)

Jerome Robbins (person)

Eileen Heckart (person)

Nicolai & Anastasia Gedda. (corporateBody)

Ben Kerner. (person)

Frances Foster (person)

Lawrence Pressrinon (person)

Jeff Siggins (person)

Robert Dryden (person)

Jack Harmon (person)

Hiser, Gerald (person)

Joseph Chaikin (person)

Friedkin, William, 1935- (person)

William Friedkin (b. August 29, 1935, Chicago, Illinois) is an American film and television director, producer and screenwriter closely identified with the "New Hollywood" movement of the 1970s. Beginning his career in documentaries in the early 1960s, he is perhaps best known for directing The French Connection (1971) and The Exorcist (1973), the former of which won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Director. Some of his other films include the pionee...

Philippa Bevans (person)

Perry, Eleanor (person)

Edmund Ronly (person)

Thornton Wilder. (person)

Jared Barclay (person)

Reid Shelton (person)

Gus Williams (person)

Robert Haddad (person)

Keach, Stacy (person)

Charles McArthur (person)

Irving Elman. (person)

Robert Prince (person)

Ethel Ayler (person)

Franck Corsaro (person)

Marlowe, Sylvia (person)

American harpsichordist Sylvia Marlowe, was born Sapira Marlowe, on September 26, 1908, in New York. She later died in New York on December 10, 1981. After learning the piano and organ at school and university, Marlowe continued her musical education at the Ecole Normale in Paris, studying the piano and organ, and composition with Nadia Boulanger. It was there that she first heard Landowska, whose harpsichord playing impressed her deeply, although she did not study with her until years later. On...

Cynthia Harris (person)

Zukerman, Eugenia (person)

Howard Keel (person)

Conforti, Gene (person)

Ellen Holly (person)

Barbara Webb (person)

Peter Coakson (person)

Mekas, Jonas, 1922-.... (person)

Jonas Mekas was born in Lithuania in 1922. In 1949, Mekas emigrated with his brother to the United States, where he became interested in avant-garde film. He later began screening his own avant-garde films and publishing criticism in several different venues, including Film Culture . Mekas also founded the Anthology Film Archives, one of the world's largest collections of avant-garde films. From the description of Jonas Mekas collection of Fluxus film loops, 1960-1970. (University of...

Lawrence Pressman (person)

Edward K. Evans. (person)

Tom Shelton (person)

Kanovitz, Howard (person)

Dorothy Raedler (person)

Irving, George S. (person)

Martha Eggerth (person)

William Francisco (person)

Warfried, William (person)

Theatre de Lys (corporateBody)

East 74th Street Theatre (corporateBody)

Luigi Pirandello. (person)

Bus and Truck Company (corporateBody)

Matha Gould (person)

Daniel Landau (person)

Edward Villilla (person)

Alexander Clark (person)

Bob Fosse (person)

William Graham (person)

Terese Haysen (person)

Herbert Banke (person)

Menotti, Gian Carlo, 1911-2007 (person)

Composer. From the description of Papers, 1982-1989. (Ohio State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 21072004 Orlando Cole, American, cellist of the Curtis String Quartet, and educator (cello faculty, The Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, Pa.), was a classmate of Menotti's and Barber's at the Curtis Institute. From the description of [Letter, 1936, summer, St. Wolfgang, Austria, to] Landy [Orlando Cole, Rockport, Me.] / Gian-Carlo ; Sam [Samuel Barb...

Zukerman, Pinchas & Eugenia. (corporateBody)

JoAnne Worley (person)

Lawrence Kabat (person)

Mark, Gordon (person)

Ed Wittstein (person)

Henri Brochet. (person)

Hernández, Amalia, 1917-2000 (person)

Amalia Hernández Navarro (b. Sept. 19, 1917, Mexico City, Mexico–d. Nov. 5, 2000, Mexico City, Mexico) was a Mexican ballet choreographer. She attended National School of Dance, directed by Nellie Campobello but later dropped out. In 1952, she founded the dance company Ballet Folklórico de México....

Graham, Robert (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 34926 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000839.0x0001b4 Epithet: of Add MS 35620 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000839.0x0001b5 Epithet: of Esk Title: 8th Baronet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000758.0x0000...

Mitchum, Chris (person)

James, Ray (person)

Bolcom, William (person)

American composer, pianist, and author. From the description of Typewritten letters signed (3), and Autograph letter signed, dated : Ann Arbor, 12 and 28 April 1981, and 21 June 1988, and [New York, 15? May 1988], to Jim Fuld, 1981 Apr. 12 and 28, 1988 June 8. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270874434 William Bolcom is a composer and pianist. Joan Morris is a mezzo-soprano. They are both members of the University of Michigan School of Music faculty. Bolcom and Morris have giv...

Jan Murray (person)

Larry O'Douglas (person)

Jered Barclay (person)

Dorothy Sands (person)

Russell Nype (person)

Harvey Lasker. (person)

Sam Shepard. (person)

Janet Sarno (person)

Hock, Robert D. (person)

McBride, Fern. (person)

Kenneth Pressman. (person)

Irene Worth (person)

Virginia Davis (person)

Terry Kiser (person)

Bonazzi, Elaine (person)

Aldyth Morris. (person)

Bergersen, Baldwin. (person)

Blanche Dee (person)

Gaby Rodgers (person)

John Carradine (person)

De LaTour, Frances. (person)

Isabella Hoopes (person)

Smith, Robert P. (Robert Paul) (person)

Fred Clark (person)

Ewel Cornett (person)

Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990 (person)

Aaron Copland (1900-1990) was an American composer. During the years 1964 and 1965 Copland wrote, conducted, narrated, and hosted a series of twelve television programs entitled Music in the 20s = Music in the Twenties. The transcripts described in this collection were transcribed from filmed interviews recorded live at the WGBH studios in Boston, Mass. between 1964 Nov. 11 and 1965 Jan. 26. These unedited, preliminary tape recordings later formed the basis of the series...

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Shubert (corporateBody)

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Ben Shelstman (person)

Franks Langella (person)

Eugene O'Neill Theatre (corporateBody)

Estelle Parsons (person)

Ted Harris (person)

Rubin, Bruce (person)

June Hunt (person)

Jeannie Carson (person)

Alan Oppenheimer (person)

Willliam Ritman (person)

Cage, John, 1912-1992 (person)

John Cage was born in Los Angeles in 1912. He studied composition with Richard Buhlig, Henry Cowell, Adolph Weiss, and Arnold Schoenberg. In 1938 he began working as an accompanist for dance and a teacher at the Cornish School of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. It was here that he first met the dancer Merce Cunningham, with whom he would have a lifelong working relationship. Together they were responsible for a number of radical innovations in musical and choreographic compositions, such as the...

Sean Garrison (person)

Valente, Benita (person)

Soprano. From the description of Oral history conducted by Sharon Eisenhour, June 22, 1993. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155901258 ...

Leonard Drum (person)

Lou Antonio (person)

Robert Morse (person)

Clifton, James (person)

JoAnn Hill (person)

Raoul Pene du Bois (person)

Al Freeman Jr. (person)

Freeman, Morgan (person)

Perlman, Izhak. (person)

Field, Ron. (person)

Stefan Gierasch (person)

Mark Wright. (person)

Erin Martin (person)

Vantage (corporateBody)

Grant, Cary, 1904-1986 (person)

Bernard Frechtman. (person)

Bennett, Michael Ruisdael, 1943- (person)

Denis Cannon. (person)

Mimi Levine (person)

Gramercy Arts (corporateBody)

Kaufman, George S. (George Simon), 1889-1961 (person)

George Simon Kaufman (November 16, 1889 - June 2, 1961) was a playwright, director, producer, humorist, and drama critic noted for his many collaborations with other writers and his contributions to 20th century American comedy. His most successful solo script was The Butter and Egg Man, 1925. As a collaborator, Kaufman was prolific: with Marc Connelly he wrote Merton of the Movies, Dulcy, and Beggar on Horseback; with Ring Lardner he wrote June Moon; with Edna Ferber he wrote The Royal Family, ...

Mary Doyle (person)

Julie Bovasso (person)

McFarland, Gary (person)

Theatre in the Park (corporateBody)

Barry Dennen (person)

Gig Young (person)

Tallulah Bankhead (person)

Rozhdestvensky, Slobodyanik. (person)

Hart, Moss (person)

Melinda Dillon (person)

Jan Holn (person)

Geoff Garland (person)

Jety Herlick (person)

Hunter, Kim, 1922-2002. (person)

Stage, film and television actress Kim Hunter (nee Janet Cole), was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1922. She studied acting and made her stage debut in Florida in a production of PENNY WISE at the Miami Women's Club in 1939. In 1943 she was discovered by a talent scout for David O. Selznick and was put under contract. Her film debut was in THE SEVENTH VICTIM. Kim Hunter is best known for her role as Stella in Tennessee Williams' A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE which she played bo...

Mark Rydell (person)

Richard D. Stainbrook (person)

Bruce Blaine (person)

Sheila Bon (person)

William Roericks (person)

Martha Rae (person)

Mannhardt Theatre Foundation (corporateBody)

Susan Watson (person)

Christopher Walken (person)

Henry Sanders (person)

Carlton Carpenter (person)

Farberman, Harold, 1929- (person)

Harold Farberman is an American composer. From the description of ALS, [19--} Sep. 16, to Patricia Neway. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 144652283 From the guide to the ALS, to Patricia Neway, 19--] Sep. 16, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) ...

E. Albee (person)

Sharon Gaus (person)

Paul Zindel. (person)

Jamie Sanchez (person)

Małcużyński, Witold, 1914-1977 (person)

Keene, Christopher (person)

Bryarly Lee (person)

Eva Stern (person)

Hope Cameron (person)

Bruce Kelsay (person)

Angelo Gnazzo (person)

Leora Dana (person)

Martin Ridy (person)

Ed Cambridge (person)

Ruth White (person)

Steven Mencher (person)

Don Lochmer (person)

Jackson, Glenda (person)

Sammy Smith (person)

Victor Arnold (person)

Von Furstenberg, Betsy (person)

David Shire (person)

Helen Craig (person)

William Hanley. (person)

Charles Gerald (person)

Palton Campbell (person)

Edwin Sherin (person)

Mermaid (corporateBody)

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Anita Gillette (person)

Bramwell Fletcher (person)

Elek Hartman. (person)

McLerie, Allyn Ann, 1926-.... (person)

George Irving (person)

Kennedy, Adrienne (person)

American playwright, memoirist, and educator. From the description of Papers, ca. 1954-1992. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122494190 Epithet: playwright British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001305.0x0003b8 Playwright and educator Adrienne Kennedy, the daughter of Cornell Wallace Hawkins and Etta Haugabook Hawkins,...

Leila Martin (person)

John Gay. (person)

Mike Nichols (person)

Jake LaMotta (person)

Nancy Marchand (person)

John Gielgud (person)

Judith Malina (person)

Lilyan Wild (person)

Brown, Joe E. (person)

Barry Woleski (person)

Joy Bergman (person)

Kaye Ballard (person)

Hughes, Eric (person)

Michael Kahn (person)

Mary, Michael, 1953- (person)

Adler, Peter Herman, 1970-1971 (person)

Lenny Chapman (person)

Joseph Gimpel (person)

Bock, Ernst Ludwig. (person)

Patricia Morison (person)

Richelle Oliver (person)

Arnold Wesker. (person)

George Bizet (person)

Annie Watson (person)

Darvas, Lilli, d. 1974 (person)

Meridith, Burgess (person)

East End (corporateBody)

Laredo, Ruth & Jaime. (corporateBody)

Alan Hovhaness (person)

Frank Gagliano. (person)

Druckman, Jacomb. (person)

Finch, Peter (person)

Epithet: Editor 'Second Aeon' British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000974.0x0002b5 ...

David Feldman (person)

Frank, Mary, 1919- (person)

Harvey Lembecks (person)

Bertram Green (person)

George Hall (person)

Doris Robert (person)

Wolpe, Stefan (person)

Anne Jackson (person)

Peggy Clark (person)

Wayne, Patrick, 1939-... (person)

Harry Spillman (person)

Howard Lindsay (person)

Ursula Molinaro (person)

Wallace Hamilton. (person)

Fred Saidy. (person)

Dorothy Dill (person)

Able, Will B. (person)

Boulex, Pierre (person)

Nancy Mitford. (person)

Alan Schneider (person)

Tullulah Bankhead (person)

Hamilton, Margaret (Margaret A.) (person)

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Richard Tucker (1895-1958), architect turned photographer, photographed Broadway plays, musicals and revues of the 1930s, 40s and 50s, mostly in their pre-Broadway tryouts in Boston. From the guide to the Richard Tucker photographs, 1934-1951, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Epithet: Alderman of Weymouth British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000353.0x0003db ...

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Epithet: of Streatham British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001123.0x000331 Robert Brown was born in Cairo, Egypt, on 29 July 1908. He was educated at the English School, Cairo, and at Skinner's School, Tunbridge Wells, and then studied at the S. E. Agricultural College, Kent, graduating with degree of B.Sc. Agric. He then studied at the Honours School of Botany at Imperial College, University of London, graduating i...

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Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder, founders of the Playwright's Unit, along with Edward Albee, were a major force in producing plays by new, talented playwrights during the 1960s and helped to establish Off-Off Broadway as a viable theatrical venue. Their committment to emerging playwrights whose works were outside of the mainstream of Broadway productions allowed them to showcase the early works of playwrights like Edward Albee, Sam Shepard, Lanford Wilson, LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka)...

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Ozawa, Seiji, 1935- (person)

Conductor; Music Director of Boston Symphony Orchestra 1973- . From the description of Oral history conducted by Sharon Eisenhour, February 19, 1993. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155901782 ...

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Shirley Verrett is an African-American mezzo-soprano and soprano ; Marian Anderson was an African-American contralto. From the description of Notes for speech at Historic Landmarks Preservation Center's Cultural Medallion Ceremony to honor Marian Anderson, 1996 May 14. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122687166 From the guide to the Notes for speech at Historic Landmarks Preservation Center's Cultural Medallion Ceremony to honor Marian Anderson, 1996 May 14, (T...

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Toklas was a writer and companion to Gertrude Stein. From the guide to the Alice B. Toklas letters to William Alfred, 1951-1961., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Biographical Note Alice B. Toklas (1877-1967) was an author and the life partner of Gertrude Stein. Don Frank is the son of one of Toklas' childhood friends. After his service in the armed forces, he met Toklas in Europe. ...

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Carmines, Al (person)

Al Carmines served as minister at the Judson Memorial Church on Washington Square beginning in 1961 and was director of the Judson Poets' Theater. He began composing in 1962 and won several awards for his off-Broadway productions. From the guide to the Al Carmines collection of sound recordings, 1969-1974, (The New York Public Library. Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound.) Adam Berger, artist. From the guide to the Adam Berger portraits of performi...

Arkin, Alan (person)

In March of 1934, Alan Wolf Arkin was born in New York to David and Beatrice Arkin, Russian-German Jewish intellects. First attended Los Angeles City College in 1951-1952, followed by a year at Los Angeles State College and finally transferred to Bennington College in 1953. Arkin was a member of a folksinging group called "The Tarriers", that found success across the country touring college campus. Realizing he was displeased with the direction of his life in the group, he retired a...

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American pianist. From the description of Interview conducted by Oliver Daniel, Apr. 24, 1979 [sound recording]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155861759 ...

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Theatrical director in New York City. From the description of Herbert Machiz papers, 1956-1969. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 606938274 Herbert Machiz was an American theatre director and director of the Artists' Theatre, New York, which was based at the Southampton campus of Long Island University from 1968 to 1970. From the description of Additional records concerning the Artists' Theatre, New York, 1953-1974 (inclusive). (U...

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Morris, Robert (person)

Epithet: architect British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000754.0x0003b3 Robert Morris, 19th century schoolteacher and farmer who lived in James City County, Va. as well as in Williamsburg and in Warwick County, Va. At one time he rented the presidents house at the College of William and Mary. From the guide to the Robert Morris Diary, 1845-1848, (Special Collections Research Center) ...

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Albertson, Jack, 1910-1981 (person)

Jack Albertson was born in Malden, MA, 1910; he started his show business career as a vaudeville dancer and became straight man to such comics as Milton Berle, Bert Lahr and Bert Wheeler; early in his career he formed a partnership with Phil Silvers; convinced he would never become a great dancer, he concentrated on comedy and found notoriety when he stepped in for Eddie Foy in a Broadway revival of The Red Mill (1946); his film credits include Man of a Thousand Faces (1957)' Lover Come Back (19...

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Pavarotti, Luciano, 1935-2007 (person)

Luciano Pavarotti (b. October 12, 1935, Modena, Italy–d. September 6, 2007, Modena, Italy) was an Italian operatic tenor who also crossed over into popular music, eventually becoming one of the most commercially successful tenors of all time. He made numerous recordings of complete operas and individual arias, gaining worldwide fame for the quality of his tone, and eventually established himself as one of the finest tenors of the 20th century....

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Epithet: of Cloth Fair London, tallow chandler British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001124.0x0002e4 Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder, founders of the Playwright's Unit, along with Edward Albee, were a major force in producing plays by new, talented playwrights during the 1960s and helped to establish Off-Off Broadway as a viable theatrical venue. Their committment to emerging playwrights whose works were...

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