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Indiana -- History -- Theater -- 20th century

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Carl H. Lieber collection

 Collection — Folder S2738
Identifier: S2738
Scope and Contents The collection primarily consists of correspondence sent to Lieber regarding his involvement with various civic associations: The Civil Improvement Committee of the Indianapolis Commercial Club (1910), the Indiana Little Theatre Society, the John Herron Art Institute (1915-1916), the Paul Dresser Memorial Commission. There are also clippings related to the proposal to erect a memorial to the teachers of Indianapolis, to be located in the Memorial Court of the new Shortridge High School...
Dates: 1910-1926

English Theatre playbill

 Collection — Folder S3349
Identifier: S3349
Scope and Contents This collection includes a playbill for the musical Oklahoma!, performed in Indianapolis, Indiana at the English Theatre from January 8, 1946 to January 12, 1946.
Dates: 1946

Randall Galvin oral history

 Collection
Identifier: OH112
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the transcript and two ree-to-reel audiotapes from two oral history interviews with Randall Galvin, conducted by Susan Bell of the Indiana State Library on October 24, 1973 and May 9, 1975. In the first interview Galvin tells how he came to own the Black Curtain Dinner Theatre and how he dealt with the renovations. The second interview consists of detailed accounts of costs and expenses of operating the theatre, as well as advice for newcomers to the theatre business....
Dates: 1973/10/24; 1975/05/09

William G. Sullivan papers

 Collection
Identifier: L154
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters; typed documents with autographed corrections; newspaper articles; and photostats of newspaper articles from William G. Sullivan in Indianapolis, Indiana; photographs and photostats of letters from Joseph Arthur ranging from 1886 to 1958, regarding the English Opera House, the English family, Annie Fox, John Flaxman, Joseph Arthur, John Wilkes Booth, and other theatrical and artistic persons and plays.
Dates: 1886-1958, undated