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0776: Elaine Novak Papers, 1956-1995, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2010

0776: Elaine Novak Papers, 1956-1995, Marshall University Special Collections

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This collection is composed of the papers of Elaine Novak, theatre professor at Marshall University. Included are class notes, shows notes, and personal ephemera.


0749: Nelson Slade Bond Collection, 1920-2006, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2006

0749: Nelson Slade Bond Collection, 1920-2006, Marshall University Special Collections

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Nelson Slade Bond had a varied writing career that spanned 70 years. Primarily known for science fiction short stories, Bond also wrote plays, radio and television scripts, newspaper and magazine articles, poetry, public relations material, and books. The collection reflects the author's professional and personal lives consisting of writings, correspondence, business papers and financial records from 1925 to 2005. The collection was donated in four installments during and after Bond’s life from April 2006 to September 2007. The order in which the materials were received is maintained with only minor modifications. Input from Nelson Bond and his family ...


0713: Marceline White Platania Collection, 1929-1976, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2002

0713: Marceline White Platania Collection, 1929-1976, Marshall University Special Collections

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This collection consists of one scrapbook of clippings and photos and one folder of ephemera. The scrapbook includes extensive clippings and a limited number of photos of the 1937 flood in Huntington, West Virginia. Ephemera includes a copy of “The Belle of Barcelona: A Musical Comedy in Three Acts”, a 1929 program for said comedy at Huntington High School, and a ticket, pamphlet, clipping, and envelope about the 1976 American Freedom Train in Huntington.


0657: Maureen B. Milicia Papers, 1960-1996, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1997

0657: Maureen B. Milicia Papers, 1960-1996, Marshall University Special Collections

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This collection consists of a scrapbook, newspaper clippings, correspondence, play programs, West Virginia Theatre Conference materials, technical notes for staging an unidentified play, tests for theatre courses, a resume/CV, and other items related to Maureen B. Milicia’s years as director of University Theater. The scrapbook includes programs, clippings, some correspondence, and several signed copies of a photograph of Milicia for her birthday.


0417: Estelle "Bill" Belanger Papers, 1946-1984, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1985

0417: Estelle "Bill" Belanger Papers, 1946-1984, Marshall University Special Collections

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Huntington, West Virginia, journalist and chronicler of arts and cultural affairs. Collection includes scrapbooks of clippings of her articles, columns, and reviews of books and plays.


0389: Ann Katherine Flagg Papers, 1964, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1984

0389: Ann Katherine Flagg Papers, 1964, Marshall University Special Collections

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Three unpublished and one published play by Ann Katherine Flagg, African American woman writer and former faculty of West Virginia State College. Plays consist of Unto the Least of these; Blueboy to Holiday--over; and A Significant Statistic. Includes Great Gettin' up Mornin'. New York: 1964.


0364: Oretha Morgan Foard Papers, 1855-1979, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1982

0364: Oretha Morgan Foard Papers, 1855-1979, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

Huntington, West Virginia, resident. Papers consist primarily of printed pamphlets, play programs, and travel brochures. Includes some school papers while a student at West Virginia University in the 1920's. The collection as a whole reflects her interests in drama, especially Shakespeare.


0330: Ruth Katherine Jones Papers, 1927-1937, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1981

0330: Ruth Katherine Jones Papers, 1927-1937, Marshall University Special Collections

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Scrapbooks and personal papers of Marshall alumna Ruth Katherine Jones, a 1924 Marshall College graduate who was active as a makeup artist for the Community Players and other Marshall theatre productions in the 1930s. Some items related to plastic surgery.