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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Dramatics ; Histrionics ; Professional theater ; Stage ; Theatre

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

"Whose afraid of a noose 'n' Nightstick?", circa 1966

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 15
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An excerpt from the newspaper article reads as follows:

Four young freedom workers sing It's A Great Day for the Human Race, in which they castigate "bully boys in their gowns of white; doing things, kooky things no human would in the name of right..." They are Fred Shelton, left, 1355 E. Cty. rd H2, White Bear Lake; Reginald Combs, 777 Iglehart ave., Ethel Myers, left 872 Dayton ave., and Roberta Blakeley, 299 N. Avon st.

Dates: circa 1966

William W. Griffin Performing Arts Award, 1985 - 2003

 Item — Box 5, Object: 2
Identifier: 016.05.2
Scope and Contents Plaque reads as follows: Hallie Q. Brown Community Center, Inc. William Q. (Billee) Griffin Performing Arts Award. William W. (Billee) Griffin was born October 21, 1913, in Seattle, Washington, the first son of Mr. and Mrs. William Griffin and the brother of James S. (Jimmy) Griffin. His parents returned to St. Paul in 1915. He attended McKinley and Cathedral Elementary Schools and St. Thomas Academy where he played violin in the orchestra and was one of the...
Dates: 1985 - 2003

Young actors on stage, October 1959

 Item — Case 2, Carton: 20
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Depicts seven child actors on the HQB auditorium's stage. Some of the actors wear turbans and carry swords. Alice Onque is sitting in the front row.

Dates: October 1959