Collection title: Herschel L. Bricker
Collection number: MS 70
Dates of collection: ca. 1900-1973
Size of collection: 96 boxes
Herschel Bricker was a professor of speech and drama and director of the Maine Masque Theater at the University of Maine, 1928-1970.
Scope and Content Note
Personal and professional correspondence of Dr. Herschel L. Bricker, and pamphlets, programs, photos, clippings, magazines, plays, reviews, playbills, etc. about the Maine Masque Theater and theater in Maine.
Contents of Boxes
F1 Acting: notes and papers. Probably compiled by a student. Also includes a glossary of stage terms.
F2 Actor's Equity Association. Contract, blank.
F3 American Educational Theatre Association: A.E.T.A. News. Newsletter from
May, 1942, to April 2, 1944. Issues are scattered, no year complete.
F4 American Educational Theatre Association: Memo to The Membership, July 1967-Jan. 1968.
F 5 American Educational Theatre Association: minutes of executive committee and board of directors' meetings, 1958.
F6 American Educational Theatre Association: National University Theatre
F7 American Educational Theatre Association: papers, 1944. Contains correspondence to - from Herschel Bricker, president of A.E.T.A. and advisory council members.
F8-9 American Educational Theatre Association: papers, 1950-1965; contains reports, minutes, some correspondence.
F10 American National Theatre and Academy: minutes of executive meetings, 1961-1962. Minutes sent to Herschel Bricker as member of Board of Directors.
F11-12 American National Theatre and Academy: papers. Includes reports to
membership, newsletters, some correspondence.
F13 American repertory theatre: news of the theatre In American life, v. I, nos. I-9. August 1946 -
F14 American society of composers, authors and publishers: second fellowship
competition. Papers. Maine Masque students regional winners.
F15-16 Arthur A. Hauck Memorial Auditorium: papers. Includes architect's blueprints and minutes of committee meetings.
F17 Author' s League of America: papers.
F18 Barrymore, John. Letter to Windsor Pratt Daggett.
F19 Book and theatrical supply catalogs of the 1960's.
F20 Bottume, Carl. Two radio plays. Contains: Earth to heaven; Down to the sea, 2 episodes.
F21 Barrymore, Lionel. Telegram to Maine Masque concerning apple tradition.
F1-97 Actors - 19th century: portraits. 96 photos. Alphabetical listing in
folder 1. Some photos copyrighted by B. J. Falk, 1888. Included are: Ellen
Terry, Edwin Booth, Julia Marlowe, E. H. Southern, Rose Coughlin, Lillian
Russell, Lillie Langtry.
Box 251 Herschel L. Bricker correspondence
F1 Abrams, Marnel: correspondence, 1949-1964. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F2 Actor' s Equity Association,1966:Papers.
F3 Andrews, Norman: correspondence, 1957. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F4 Articles, book reviews, lectures. Includes copy of Natya: Theatre Arts Journal, v. VII, no. I, in which Theatre in United States by Herschel Bricker appears.
F5 Avery, Byron G.: correspondence, 1958-1969. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F6 Bahar, Shyam Lal Dhar: correspondence, 1962-63. Letters to and from Shyam Bahar and Herschel Bricker concerning the death of Pres. John F. Kennedy.
F7 Ballou, John: correspondence, 1949-1952.
F8 Bergman, Alan: correspondence, 1950-1951. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F9 Briggs, Clayton: correspondence, 1950-1961. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F10 Brook, Peter: letter, 1945.
F11 Brooking, Jack: correspondence, 1960-1962. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F12 Buck, James Richard: correspondence, 1951-1955. Letter to and from Herschel Bricker.
Bullock, H. Ridgeley: correspondence,
Letters to and from Herschel
F14 Clark, Barrett H.: letter, 1938.
F15 Clark, Leroy: papers.
F16 Come out from Behind that Bird cage by Herschel Bricker: newspaper clippings from premiere.
F17 Congressional correspondence: 1956-1967.
F18 Connelly, Marc: correspondence, 1955-1967. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F19-20 Herschel Bricker correspondence: 1955-1969. Personal letters to and from former students.
F21 Herschel Bricker correspondence: 1956- 1969. Letters of recommendation for former students.
F22 Herschel Bricker correspondence: 1960-1965. Letters to and from publishers referring to Herschel Bricker's own work.
F23-24 Herschel Bricker correspondence: personal, 1955-1967.
F25 DeCourcy, Dayson D.: correspondence, 1949-1965. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F26 Dumais, Alfred: correspondence, 1949-1959. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F27 Examinations given in play production course.
F28 French, Maynard: correspondence, 1956-1963. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F29 Gardner, Wofford G.: correspondence, 1954-1964. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F30 Guptill, Carleton: correspondence, 1957. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F31 Hansen, Edwin: correspondence, 1956-1957. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F32 Harriman, Alonzo I.: correspondence, 1960. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F33 Hobgood, Burnet M.: correspondence, 1950-1960. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F34 Indian correspondents: 1962-1964. Personal correspondence to and from Herschel Bricker.
F35 Jellison, Gene: correspondence, 1956-1957. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F36 Jones, Willis Knapp: correspondence, 1961. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F37 Klmura, Kimi: correspondence, 1957-1963. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F38 Lentz, Merle: correspondence, 1951-1958. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F39 Lindsay, Howard: correspondence, 1960-1961. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F40 Mahoney, Peggy: correspondence, 1960. Concerns the translation of a Spanish play.
F41 Maine times, v.2, n.4, Oct. 24, 1969. Contains lengthy tribute to Herschel Bricker at time of retirement.
Maps collected during World War II. 7 items:
I. Strategy map of Europe - 1940;
2. Bruxelles - Liege - 1942;
3. Holland North - 1942;
4. Holland Centre - 1941;
5. Commercial Map of the U. S. - 1940; 6. France - 1944; 7. Map of the World.
F1 Montanaro, Anthony G.: correspondence, 1951- 1970. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F2 Morris, Mary: correspondence, 1948-1955.
F3 Newdick, Richard: correspondence, 1956-1961. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F4 Nichols, Mrs. Charles: correspondence, 1957-1958. Correspondence concerning requests for aid and advice in theatre productions, Castine, Me.
F5 Outline of activities as Rockefeller Foundation Fellow, 1936-37. Also includes project grant application to the National Endowment for the Humanities.
F6 Outline of professional activities. Brief listing of activities; includes names and addresses of Maine Masque Alumni.
F7 Personal Army records, 1945-1946.
F8 Personal file: includes early photograph and news clippings.
F9 Purvis, Richard J.: correspondence, 1957-1959. Concerns LeCoin des Artistes, Casablanca, Morocco.
F10 Quinby, George [Pat]: correspondence, 1959-1964. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F11 Rankin, Earle: correspondence, 1956-1960. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F12 Rucinski, Kenneth: correspondence, 1952-1965.
F13-23 Scrapbooks of theatrical clippings, 1930's and 1940's. Contains newspaper clippings, feature articles and illustrations.
F1-8 Scrapbooks continued.
F9 Sheean, Diana: correspondence, 1960. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F10 Shore, Herbert L.: correspondence, 1960-1962. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F11 Shrivenham American University. Theatre at Shrivenham by Herschel L. Bricker, 1946.
F12 Shrivenham American University, 1945: correspondence. Includes correspondence to and from Ivor Brown, Sir Barry Jackson, Allardyce Nicholl.
F13 Shrivenham American University, 1945: papers. Includes reports, student lists, one-act play.
F14 Sullivan, Bradford: correspondence, 1959-1969. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F15 Theatre as a profession: two lectures.
F16 Theatre consultant: correspondence.
F17-18 This is your town by Herschel Bricker. The pageant script written for the Orono Sesquicentenial Celebration, 1956.
F19 This is your town: newspaper clippings and programs.
Trees die standing: correspondence,
Correspondence to and from Herschel
Bricker concerning the translation of
the play, done jointly by himself and
F21 Wartime memorabilia: papers, programs, notes. Collected while abroad with U. S Army. Includes Army Day program and personal letter describing post-war Vienna.
F22 Winston, Harold: correspondence, 1960-1963. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F1 British theatre publications. Includes: The tyne side phoenix, journal of the people's theatre arts group, 1947; Stratford-upon-Avon scene, August, 1946 and Sept.1946; New theatre, June, 1947.
F2 Bulletin of the Dramatists' Alliance: competitions and assembly, 1943.
F3 Bullock-Webster, L. A series of informal talks on community drama in British Columbia. Also includes transcripts of two addresses by Bullock-Webster.
F4 Burris-Meyer, Harold. Research in sound in the theatre: report No. 6.
F5 Bushman, Francis X. Letter to Windsor Pratt Daggett. Also contains signature of Beverly Bayne.
F6 Camden Hills Theatre, Inc. Board of directors: minutes of meetings.
F7 Camden Hills Theatre, Inc. Papers. Contains reports, statements, some correspondence concerning Camden Hills Theatre.
F8 Camden Hills Theatre, Inc. Papers: scrapbook, 1954; photographs; newspaper clippings.
F9 The Carolina play-book, commemorative issue: coming of age of the Carolina Playmakers. Frederick H. Koch, editor. Carolina Playmakers, Chapel Hill, N. C., June, 1940. "Toward an American folk drama."
F10 The Carolina play-book, commemorative issue I: twenty-fifth
anniversary the Carolina Playmakers.
Frederick H. Koch, editor. Carolina
Playmakers, Chapel Hill,
N. C., March-June, 1943. "To the memory of Thomas Wolfe."
F11 The Carolina play-book, commemorative issue II: twenty fifth
anniversary the Carolina Playmakers.
Frederick H. Koch, editor. Carolina
Playmakers, Chapel Hill,
N. C., September, 1943. "Toward an American Folk Drama."
F12 Casona, Alejandro. Trees die standing by Alejandro Casona. Translated and adapted by Herschel L. Bricker and Stewart M. Gross.
F13 Children's Theatre. Burger, Isabel B. Glad to meet you by Isabel B. Burger. A children's theatre play produced at the University of Maine, 1956.
F14 Children's Theatre. Burger, Isabel B. Initial experiment in creative dramatics techniques and children's theatre production, a report on the 1956 summer session, University of Maine, by Isabel B. Burger. Includes a biographical sketch of Mrs. Burger.
F15 Children's Theatre. Children's Theatre, University of Maine: papers. Includes programs and correspondence.
F16-17 Children's Theatre. The Penobscot Valley Theatre: papers. Contains programs, scripts, some correspondence and applications from participating children.
F18-19 Colbath, James Arnold. Correspondence with Herschel Bricker, 1948-1969.
F20 College Curriculum Project. Listing of colleges offering academic work in theatre in Maine, 1956.
F21 Connelly, Marc. The totalitarian theatre by Marc Connelly. The Department of State bulletin, v. xxvii, no. 693. Oct. 6, 1952.
Fld.1 and ledger box: Camden Hills Theatre, Inc. Programs and brochures.
Camden Hills Theatre, Inc. Professional and student applications: business and personal correspondence. 222 folders. Folders arranged alphabetically by name.
F1 Daggett, Windsor Pratt, 1877-1958. Correspondence to Windsor Daggett. Letters concerning Daggett's work as speech critic for Billboard Magazine. Included are letters from leading actors of the time.
F2 Daggett, Windsor Pratt. Correspondence with Herschel Bricker, 1955-1958.
F3 Daggett, Windsor Pratt. Papers: news clippings, programs, material related to Daggett Studio.
F4 Davis, Owen, 1874-1956. Owen Davis by George Middleton. New York. Dramatists Guild. A pamphlet tribute to Owen Davis.
F5 Day, James. Wood Road, a closet drama in one act.
F6 Down East Music Theatre: programs, 1965. Summer season at Orono.
F7 Dramatists Guild: papers. Includes some correspondence.
F8 The educational theatre in adult education. Washington, D. C., Division of Adult Education Service, 1951.
F9-12 Films: movie stills. Photographs from Hollywood films. Many unidentified.
F13 Films: reference material. Contains: Film news bulletins; Museum of Modern Art Film Library bulletin and a motion picture study program.
F14 Ford Foundation, Program for playwrights: papers. Contains some correspondence to/from Herschel Bricker.
F15 Getchell, Charles Munro. Correspondence with Herschel Bricker, 1955-1956.
Getchell, Charles Monro: scrapbook
Includes scrapbook of Getchell's
university career and tribute given by
South Eastern Theatre conference following
Fl6a Golden, Richard. Old Jed Prouty; or New England justice; or Down East chronicle; a rural comedy - drama in 3 acts--4 scenes. Re-arranged by Frank Rogers from original four act play...by Richard Golden and William Gill.
F17 Gorostiza, Carlos. The bridge at rio compana by Carlos Gorostlza. Translated by Louis L. Curcio.
F18 Haileybury College: papers, 1956. Correspondence concerning the Haileybury Theatre's appearance at the University of Maine.
F19 High school theatre work shop: Department of speech, UMO. Papers.
F20 Hixon, Orval. Main street studio: an exhibition of photographs of famous vaudeville entertainers. University of Kansas Museum of Art, 1971. Exhibition organized and catalog designed by James Enyeart.
F21 Hopper, DeWolf. Letters to Windsor Pratt Daggett.
F22 Hughes, Glenn: Penthouse theatre, University of Washington. Contains newspaper and magazine articles, program.
F23 International Theatre Month. Griffin, Alice: correspondence, 1955-1960. Letters to and from Herschel Bricker.
F24-25 International Theatre Month. Griffin, Alice: papers. Correspondence to and from Alice Griffin, also programs and pictures, 1957.
F26 Daggett, Windsor Pratt. Prompting notebook for Maine Masque production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night... 1911.
F27 Daggett, Windsor Pratt. The University of Maine Dramatic Club, 1907-1916.
F1-3 International Theatre Celebration. Correspondence: 1958-1964. International theatre celebration: formerly international theatre month.
F4 International Theatre Month. Address lists.
F5 International Theatre Month. Curtain call brochures, 1952-1956; Posters.
F6-11 International Theatre Month. Correspondence: 1955-1957.
F12 International Theatre Month. Gilder, Rosamond. International theatre month.
International Theatre Month. Honor to Eire, 1957.
Photographs, programs, information
concerning plays produced by Isabel
Burger and children's theatre associations,
F14 International Theatre Month. International liaison: correspondence. Correspondence to and from Herschel Bricker and William Brasmer.
F15 International Theatre Month. Lists of organizations participating in International Theatre Month.
F16 International Theatre Month. Official proclamations. Includes copies of statements and proclamations issued by governors and mayors and correspondence.
F17-18 International Theatre Month. Papers.
F1 International Theatre Month. Play bibliographies. Contains bibliographies of Asian and South American plays.
F2 International Theatre Month. Correspondence from state representatives and official letterheads.
F3 International Theatre Month. Reports: 1955-1960; and related papers.
F4 International Theatre Month: Voice of America interview with Herschel Bricker, April 2, 1958.
F5 Jackson, Sir Barry. Letter to Herschel Bricker, 1947, concerning Stratford Theatre and production by Peter Brook.
F6 Lakewood Theatre. Scattered programs from 1932 to 1965.
F7 The Lamentable tragedy of Julius Caesar: faculty show, May 18, 1944.
F8 Lindsay, Howard. How to start a theatre. New York, Dramatists Play Service, 1959.
F9 McGuire, Bill: photo, 1950.
F10 Maine Masque Theatre. Actresses: First Maine Masque actress, Miss Barbara Dunn, 1917. Includes programs and news clippings.
F11 Maine Masque Theatre. Apple Awards: criteria for selection and winners in various years.
F12 Maine Masque Theatre. The Birds: production records.
F13 Maine Masque Theatre. Constitution of the Maine Masque Theatre.
F14 Maine Masque Theatre. Constitution of the Maine Masquers.
F15-29 Maine Masque Theatre. Correspondence, 1962-1969: Business. Folder number 15 Includes all pre-1956 correspondence; following folders by year, chronologically.
F30 Maine Masque Theatre. East Corinth first nighters: Correspondence: 1956-1957. High school attendance at Maine Masque plays.
F31 Maine Masque Theatre. Federal and state tax returns.
F32 Maine Masque Theatre. 50th Anniversary, Maine Masque, 1956: correspondence, 1955-56.
F33 Maine Masque Theatre 50th Anniversary, Maine Masque, 1956: letters from former Maine Masque members.
F34-35 Maine Masque Theatre. 50th Anniversary, Maine Masque, 1956: papers.
F36-37 Maine Masque Theatre. Financial records.
F1 Maine Masque Theatre. General information on theatre material and books complied by Frederick A. Libby, Maine Masque, 1941.
F2 Maine Masque Theatre. Hamlet: production records, 1951. Newspaper clippings; autographed program.
F3 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: banner and poster.
F4 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: Financial records.
F5 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: Final reports. Reports by Herschel Bricker; summary by Wofford Gardner; two student papers.
F6 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. Contains: certificate of award, United States Information Service; greetings from artists and technicians of East Pakistan.
F7 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. Includes company manifest, photographs, briefing notes.
F7a Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. Includes company lists, correspondence prior to tour.
F8 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. Includes letters to company and Bricker while in India; some programs.
F9 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. Itineraries and daily schedules.
F10 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. News releases and photographs.
F11 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. Miscellaneous papers and some rehearsal photographs.
F12 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: papers. Miscellaneous correspondence, programs, posters.
F13 Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1962: press clippings and reviews.
Maine Masque Theatre.
India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour,
1962: Tourist information.
Includes: Americans abroad, a
brochure published by the American
Council for Nationalities Service.
F14 Maine Masque Theatre. Jim Dandy by William Saroyan: a review of acting class production, 1941.
F15 Maine Masque Theatre. King Richard III: production records.
F16 Maine Masque Theatre. Macbeth: production records.
F17 Maine Masque Theatre. Maine Masque membership: 1906-1941.
F18 Maine Masque Theatre. Maine Masque newsletters, 1943-44.
F19 Maine Masque Theatre. Maine Masque officers: 1908-1952.
F20 Maine Masque Theatre. Maine Masque theatre productions: a master list.
Maine Masque Theatre.
The Masque alumni....where
are they now? Maine Alumnus, University
of Maine, February, 1960.
Article in alumni magazine at time
of 50th anniversary of the Maine Masque.
F22 Maine Masque Theatre. Minutes of Masque meetings and executive committee meetings: scattered, 1924-1952.
F23 Maine Masque Theatre. National Collegiate Players: papers. Contains correspondence; copy of constitution and by-laws.
F24 Maine Masque Theatre. Old Jed Prouty: papers related to production. Includes sketch of the history of Jed Prouty Tavern.
F25 Maine Masque Theatre. One act plays and skits. Three one act plays written during World War II. Authors unidentified.
F26 Maine Masque Theatre. Organizational chart and stage managers' instructions, compiled by Norman Mennes.
F1-8 Maine Masque Theatre. Papers. Contains: brochures, announcements, schedules, some correspondence, some photographs, etc.
F9 Maine Masque Theatre. Peer Gynt: prompt book and production records.
F10 Maine Masque Theatre. Policy concerning use of Hauck auditorium: papers.
F11 Maine Masque Theatre. Requests for changes in lighting control.
F12 Maine Masque Theatre. Scholarship study: 1937-1942.
F13 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook material. Newspaper clippings from early forties through the sixties.
F14 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook material, 1939-40.
F15 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook material, 1959-60.
F16 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook material, 1962-64.
F17 Maine Masque Theatre. State tours: papers. Annual tour sponsored by the Patrons of the Fine Arts.
Maine Masque Theatre.
Student-faculty advisory committee
on student dramatics: papers.
Includes minutes of meetings,
1942-43, and a report on theatre at
the University of Maine.
F19 Maine Masque Theatre. USO-Defense Department Maine Masque Tour in Europe, 1959: papers. Includes correspondence, instructions, reports, some photographs of tour of Petticoat Fever.
F20 Maine Masque Theatre. USO-Defense Department Maine Masque tour in Europe, 1959: student applications. Tour of Petticoat Fever.
F21 Maine Masque Theatre. USO-Maine Masque Christmas Show, Loring Air Base, 1960: papers.
F1 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Again its yesterday, 1947-48.
F2 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Ah, Wilderness.
F3 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: All My Sons, 1958-59.
F4 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Anastasia, 1956-57.
F4a Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: As You Like It, 1907.
F5 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Captain Applejack, 1927.
F6 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: The Diary of Anne Frank, 1963-64.
F7 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Escape, 1929-30.
F8 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs. Hamlet, 1940-41.
F9 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Helen of Troy, 1938-39.
F10 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: In the Next Room, 1927-28.
F11 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: individual company photos, summer, 1966.
F12 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: individual company photos, Tartuffe, 1965.
F13 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Journey's End, 1930-1931.
F14 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Journey's End, 1966-67.
F15 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Long Day's Journey Into Night, 1967-68.
F16 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Macbeth, 1965-66.
F17 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: The Magnificent Yankee.
F18 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1941-42.
F19 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Many Moons.
F20 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: The Millionairess, 1968-69.
F21 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Much Ado About Nothing, 1909.
F22 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: My Three Angels.
F23 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Old Jed Prouty, 1965-66.
F24 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photos: Outward Bound, 1928-29.
F25 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Petticoat Fever, 1959.
F26 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Romeo and Juliet, 1941-42.
F27 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Red Roses For Me.
F28 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Rose Tattoo, 1964-65.
F29 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: She Stoops to Conquer, 1930-31.
F30 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: She Stoops to Conquer, 1966-67.
F31 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Sunrise at Campobello, 1960-61.
F32 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: The Swan, 1929-30.
F33 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus, 1963-64.
F34 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photos: Trees Die Standing, 1960-61.
F35 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photos: Twelfth Night, 1931-32.
F36 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Under Milkwood.
F37-39 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Unidentified. F37: pre 1940 photos; F38: Number not used; F39: post 1940 photos.
F40 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: The Visit, 1968-69.
F41 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Of Cabbages and Kings, 1940-41.
F42 Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: You Never Can Tell, 1964-65.
F1 Maine Masque Theatre. Programs: Maine Masque productions, 1907-1916. Includes program of first Maine Masque production, As You Like It.
F2- Maine Masque Theatre. Programs: Maine Masque productions, 1922-; programs arranged chronologically by season; some missing.
F1-10 Maine Masque Theatre. Programs: Maine Masque summer theatre, 1964-; programs arranged chronologically in seasons when summer theatre existed.
F11 Maine Masque Theatre. Programs: opera theatre, 1972-
F12 Maine playhouses and theatre colonies.
F13 Maine State Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Papers. Includes photograph of the first Governor's Council on the arts in the State of Maine, 1965.
F14 Miller, James Hull. Graphic abstracts for theatre planning prepared by James Hull Miller. Centenary College, Shreveport, La., 1957.
F15 National Theatre Conference. Army General Hospital entertainment program, 1944-45: papers. Correspondence to and from Herschel Bricker as chairman of the project sponsored by NIC.
F16 National Theatre Conference. Army General. Hospital entertainment program, 1944-45: papers. Includes: reports, budgets, lists of hospitals.
F17 National Theatre Conference. Army General Hospital entertainment program, 1944-45: papers. Survey of college - university theatres.
F18 National Theatre Conference. Joint Army and Navy committee on welfare and recreation. Reports, papers, programs.
F19-20 National Theatre Conference. Papers: 1940-1947. Reports, correspondence, scripts concerning activities during World War II.
F21 National Theatre Conference. Papers: 1956-1967. Includes reports of some N.T.C. annual meetings.
F22 National Theatre Conference. Prospectus of the Armed Forces Institute Project, 1943-44.
F23 National Theatre Conference. Report of the National Theatre Conference, 1958 meeting. Includes lectures on acting by Lee Strasberg and Peggy Wood.
National Theatre Conference.
Report of the National Theatre
Conference, 1959 meeting.
Includes lectures on directing by
George Abbott, John Reich, Stephen
F25 National Theatre Conference. Report of the National Theatre Conference, 1960-61 meeting. Includes lectures by: Henry Hewes; Lawrence Langer; Harold Clurman; Uta Hagan; Morris Carnovsky.
F26 National Theatre Conference. Report of the National Theatre Conference, 1962 meeting. Includes comments by Alan Schneider, Judith Malina, Julian Beck.
F27 National Theatre Conference. Report of the National Theatre Conference, 1968 meeting.
F27 National War Memorial Arts Commission, 1953, and related papers.
F28 New England Theatre Conference. Papers. Includes programs, newsletters, correspondence, etc.
F29 Newspaper clippings: theatre news. Includes articles about theatre during World War II.
F1 Olson, Alma Luise. On trails to peace by Alma Luise Olson. Also contains correspondence to-from Herschel Bricker.
F2 Orrington Historical Pageant. Papers. Includes newspaper articles and programs.
F3 Osborne, Paul. Maiden voyage by Paul Osborne.
Contains programs, brochures, news
releases, advertisements. Folder 6
contains some brochures from theatre
I. Title: Pacific review. II. Title:
Pasadena Playhouse bulletin. III. Pasadena Playhouse news.
F7-8 Pasadena Playhouse: papers, 1937. Includes catalog 1947, brochures, programs, history, chronological list of productions, 1917-1934, and biographical sketch of Gilmore Brown.
F9 Peer Gynt: script adapted and staged by Herschel Bricker.
F10 Play service: speech department, University of Maine, Orono. High school questionnaires.
F11 Play service: speech department. University of Maine, Orono. Organization of service and rules for use.
F12 Play Service: speech department, University of Maine, Orono. Papers.
F13 Portland Players. Papers. The prompter, nos. 6 and 7, published for the membership of the Portland Players.
F14 Powell, Arnold. The strangler: a new choke on an old gag by Arnold Powell.
F15 Programs: community and high school theatre. Includes several from Bangor civic theatre.
F16 Propaganda plays: World War II. One act play scripts published by the American Theatre Wing and the Council for Democracy.
F17 Rockefeller Foundation. The arts: the creative individual and the community: a growing collaboration, text by Richard Schickel, Rockefeller Foundation, 1965.
F18 Rosamond Gilder Awards. Biographic information: South American playwrights.
F19 Rosamond Gilder Award. Gilder, Rosamond: correspondence to - from Herschel Bricker.
F20 Rosamond Gilder Awards. Judges' decisions: South American entries.
F21 Rosamond Gilder Awards. Permissions for translation of contest scripts.
F22 Rosamond Gilder Awards. Selection of African scripts: correspondence and related papers.
F1-8 Play bill: the magazine for theatre goers. Scattered issues, 1953-1965.
F5 Rosamond Gilder Awards. Mitchell, John D.: correspondence to - from Herschel Bricker.
F6 Sanger, Margaret.Letter to Windsor Pratt Daggett.
F7 Selden, Samuel. What do theatrical agents think of university graduates? Reprinted from: the speech teacher, v. XVI, Sept. 1967, n.3.
F8 Shaw, George Bernard. The art of rehearsal by Bernard Shaw. New York, Samuel French, 1928.
F9 Shostakovitch, Dimitri. The United Nations with words and arrangement by Harold J. Rome. New York City, Am-Rus Music Corp., .
F10 Sothern, Julia Marlowe. Letter to Windsor Pratt Daggett.
F11 Speech department, University of Maine. Theatre course proposal and syllabus for SH-16.
F12 Speech Department, University of Maine. Rationale for a department of theatre: 1967.
F13 Stage pictorial: illustrated parade of Broadway hits. New York. State Pictorial Publ., Inc. 
F14 State One-Act Play Contest. Papers.
F16 Summer Theatre. University of Maine Summer Theatre, 1966, 1967: programs and brochures.
F17 Summer Theatre. University of Maine Summer Theatre: proposals to administration.
F18 Theatre Laboratory. Papers. Includes programs and a statement of purpose and procedure.
F19 Theatre programs: early 1900' s.
F20-21 Theatre: reference material. Contains some play listings; bibliographies; reprints of articles.
F22 Theatre UMF. Papers.
F23-27 United States National Commission for UNESCO: correspondence and papers. 1955-1963. Correspondence to and from Herschel Bricker as chairman of International Theatre Month and Program Officer, UNESCO Relations Staff.
Another springtime by Rodolfo
Usigli. Translated by Wayne Wolfe. 3 acts.
Production script by Herschel
Bricker; Maine Masque production,
F30 World University Theatre Festival: papers.
F1-29 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: Highlights of 50 years, also historian' s records from 1956 to 1961. Folders contain material removed from scrapbook.
F30-40 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian' s records from 1965 to 1968. Folders contain material removed from scrapbook: programs; photos; news clippings.
F1-32 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian' s records from 1909 to 1951. Folders contain material removed from scrapbooks: programs; photos; news clippings.
F1-4 Rosamond Gilder Awards. Correspondence and related papers, 1958-1963.
F15 State Touring Theatre Foundation, Inc. 1968-1969: Papers. Includes programs, correspondence, evaluation report from tour sponsored by the State Touring Theatre Foundation.
F29 Wharton, John F. Crisis in the free world theatre: a statement of the league of New York Theatres, Inc. New York, 1961.
F33-42 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian's records from 1924 to 1941. Folders contain material removed from scrapbooks; programs; photos; news clippings.
F1-10 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian's records from 1924 to 1941. Folders contain material removed from scrapbooks; programs; photos; news clippings.
F11-29 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian's records from 1941 to 1947. Folders contain material removed from scrapbooks; programs; photos; news clippings.
F1-11 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian's records from 1941 to 1947. Folders contain material removed from scrapbooks; programs; photos; news clippings.
F12-35 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian' s records from 1951 - 1956. Folders contain material removed from scrapbook: programs; photos; news clippings.
F1-4 Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian' s record of Maine Masque European tour with Petticoat Fever, 1959.
F5 Whitney, Walter R. Imperfect Stranger, a comedy in Three acts. 1951, 1953.
F6 Shakespeare rare print collection. Seymour Eaton, ed. Phila., R.G. Kennedy, 1900. Connoisseur edition issued for private circulation, No. 687.
F7 Bricker, Herschel Leonard. Papers. Contains miscellaneous material related to Herschel Bricker' s years at Maine University, Farmington. Some correspondence.
F8 Goldoni, Carlo. The servant of two masters. Translated by Miss Josephine M. Profita, 1973. Includes photocopy of Opere Teatrali...by Carlo Goldoni.
F8a Goldoni, Carlo, 1707-1793. The servant of two masters. Translated by Miss Josephine M. Profita, 1973.
F9 Theatre UMF. Programs from theatre productions produced by University of Maine at Farmington under direction of Herschel L. Bricker.
Maine State Drama Festival.
Formerly Interscholastic Dramatic
Contest; Interscholastic Drama Tournament; Interscholastic Drama Festival.
Daggett, Windsor Pratt, 1877-1958.
Photograph: studio portrait for
5Oth anniversary of Masque.
Included with Maine Masque Theatre:
Jefferson Theatre. Portland, Maine. Scrapbooks of news clippings early 1900' s. 5 items. Gift of Mr. Michael J. Garrity.
Maine Masque Theatre. India-Pakistan Maine Masque Tour, 1967.: Film of tour. I6mm. II min., 25 sec. color. Includes strips of footage cut from film.
Maine Masque Theatre. King Richard III: glass slides used for scenery projection. 26 slides 2 boxes.
Maine Masque Theatre. Posters used by the Maine Masque.
Maine Masque Theatre. Production photographs: Folio size. Includes first production of Twelfth Night and portrait of Windsor Daggett.
Maine Masque Theatre. Scrapbook: historian's records from 1906-1918.
Inventory of Boxes 1208-1518Box 1208
F3: Advocates for the Arts
F4: Alliance for the Arts II
F5: Summer Theatre Project
F6: Program Reports
F7: Mime Theatre
F 9: Arts- Grants
F10: Early Correspondence
F11: Theatre Academy
F12: American Theatre
F13: Army Theatre Arts
F14: The Arts
F15: Brunswick Music Theatre
F16: CETA Proposals
F17: Arts Membership
F : Realistic (True Story)
F2: Dramatic Clubs
F3: Early Days
F5: Honorary Degrees
F6: Institute of Advanced Studies
F7: Congratulatory Letters
F8: General Letters
F9: Maine Mosque Theater
F10: Certification in Secondary Schools
F11: Cleveland Playhouse
F12: Coe College Gift Plans
F13: William S. Cohen
F14: College Days
F15: UMaine Machias
F20: Spring 1974
F21: Past Presidents
F22: Robert Foster
F23: Books- New
F24: The Bricker Tribe
F26: Arts Workshops
F27: Workshop Evaluations
F28: Arts Institutes
F1: Possible Letters for Library
F2: Maine Drama Festival
F3: Maine State Ballet
F5: Arts and Humanities
F6: Medicine Shows
F7: The Method
F8: Minstrel Shows
F10: Endowment of Arts
F11: Endowment for the Arts
F12: Theatre Conference
F13: Drama Festival
F14: M.A. from Candidate Thesis
F15: Publishing Houses
F16: Pasadena Playhouse
F17: Permission to Quote Letters
F18: Personal Letters
F19: Personal Letters II
F20: Plays- Playwrights
F21: Shakespeare Festivals
F22: Stock Companies
F23: Possible Photos I
F24: Possible Photos II
F25: Possible Photos III
F1: Autobiography Letters
F2: Students- Former Actors
F3: Signature Letters
F4: Students 1928-1975
F5: Theater Assoc. of Maine
F6: Children's Theater
F7: Theater- Schools
F8: Theater Courses
F9: Theater, Black
F10: Theater Centers
F11: Children's Theatres
F12: Theater, Dance
F13: Theater, Oriental
F14: Theater- Professional
F15: Theater- Repertory
F16: Theater- College & University
F17: Theater- Community
F18: Theater, Motion Pictures
F19: Theater- General
F20: Theater Schools- Openings
F1: Theater Secondary School
F2: Theater: Camden Hills
F3: Theater- Summer- General
F4: Theater- Lakewood
F5: Theater: Farmington
F6: Theater, TV
F7: Training- Theatrical
F8: Grant Applications
F10: Univ. of Maine at Farmington
F11: West Coast Trip
F12: World War Years
F14: U.M.O Expenses
F15: This and That
F16: War Aftermath
F1: Setting the Scene
F2: How I Got Started
F3: Changing Times
F4: Raccoon Coat Days
F5: Ch, Go East Young Man
F6: Ch, VI Now I am a Teacher
F7: Ch VII. On With the Show.
F8: Ch VIII On Broadway
F9: Ch, IX. Go West, Young Man
F10: Ch XI, Back in the Saddle
F11: Ch. XII. Theater Leadership
F12: Theater in War Time
F13: Theater in Wartime- Goes on
F14: Ch. XV and XVI Shrivenham
F15: Upset- Germany and Vienna
F16: Lecture Bureau
F17: Back to the U.S
F18: India- Pakistan Tours
F19: Theater Architecture
F20: Touring: Germany-Italy
F21: India-Pakistan Tour
From Puritan Sin To A People's Theatre (whole box)
F1: Unpublished Manuscript
F2: Unpublished Manuscript XV
F3: Unpublished Manuscript IX
F4: The Lay of the Land III
F5: School Days II
F6: Changing Times and the Raccoon Coat Days II
F7: Unpublished Manuscripts III
F8: How I Got Started and Thereafter I
F9: Changing Times and the Raccoon Coat Days II
F10: Mother Goose and Nursery Rhymes
F11: Broadening my Horizons VIII
F12: Broadening my Horizons VIII- Last Draft
F13: On with the Show IX
F14: Go West, Young Man, Go West X-XI
F15: Back in the Saddle XII
F16: The Pre-World War II Years
F17: Unpublished Manuscripts XXV-XXVII
F18: Unpublished Manuscripts XXIIV
F19: Unpublished Manuscripts XXII-XXIII
F20: Unpublished Manuscripts XXI
F21: Theater in Wartime XV-XVI
F22: Theater at Shrivenham-American University XVII
F23: This and That- At Shrivenham. XVIII
F24: With The Lecture Bureau in Upset XIX-XX
F25: The Camden Hills Theater XXI
F26: Changing Times III
F27: The Raccoon Coat Days IV
F28: Go East, Young Man, Go East V
F29: Unpublished Manuscript VI
F30: Preparations for Broadway VII
F31: Preparations for Broadway VII
F1: The Importance of Being Ernest
F2: The American Dream
F6: Arts Articles
F7: Theater Crafts
F8: Phi Kappa Phi- Journal- 1969
Jan- April, May-June, Aug-November 1941
Jan-March, July 1942
March-April, June-July 1943
Cultural Affairs 3
F1: Proposed Theatre Plans- Univ. Of Maine
F2: Blueprints for Attic Theater
F3: Visual Aids
F5: Letters from His Mother
F6: You Can't Take It With You
F7: The Arts Education Program
F8: Theater Architecture
F9: Personal Letters “I”
F10: Personal Letters “L”
F12: Family- Relatives
F13: University of Maine
F14: Theatrical Association
F15: Coe College Honors
F4: Our Theatre Today
F6: The Man Who Came to Dinner
F7: The Crucible
F10: Peer Gynt I
F11: Peer Gynt II
F12: Peer Gynt III
F14: Letters- Parents
F1: Correspondence 1974 TAM
F2: TAM Correspondence 1975
F4: Bells are Ringing
F5: My B. Angels
F6: TAM Correspondence
F7: Theater Guild- General File
F8: Alice in Wonderland. June 1967
F9: TAM Officers
F10: TAM Extras
F11: TAM Board Meetings
F12: TAM By-Laws
F13: Lyric Theater- Cue Sheet
F14: TAM 1975 Festival
F15: TAM Festivals
F16: TAM Miscellaneous
F17: TAM Newsletter
F19: Donald, Tescher
F20: Spring Meeting
F21: TAM Newsletter
F22: TAM Fall Meeting
F23: Minutes of Board Meeting
F24: Officers- Directors
F1: The World's a Stage Ch 1
F2: We are ancients of the Earth Ch XXIIV
F3: Ch 1- Setting the Scene
F4: Ch II- How I Got Started
F5: Ch XVII This and That
F6: Ch VIII On with the Show
F7: Ch XVII This and That
F8: Theater- Orient
F10: Ch XXIII Visit to Ancient Lands
F11: Ch II- How I got Started
F12: Ch VIII- On With the Show
F13: Ch 1- Setting the Scene
F14: The Mechanical Heart
F15: Part I
F16: Another Springtime
F17: Pelican Cove by W.D. Blake
F18: Theater Reviews
F19: Art News
F20: Mc Calls- April 1976
F21: Going Places Feb-May 1978
F22: Theatre News V.7,9,10
F23: Theatre News, v, 10 n. 8
F24: Foot Notes #11- 2 copies
F25: Saturday Review Feb. 1978- May 1978
F1-3: From New York by Creighton Peet
F4: Colby Alumnus
F5: Coe Currier, July 1980
F6: Monmouth Theater
F8: Newspaper Clippings
F12: Art News
F14: Theatre News
F15: New York Theatre
F16: Journal, July 1976
F17: Saturday Review, Jan 7, 1978
F19: Biographical Notes- University Theatrical
F1: National Endowment for the Arts, '73, ‘74
F2: Cemrel Inc.
F3: Winning Foundation Grants
F4: Understanding Theater
F5: Responses- Children's
F6: Arts Institute
F7: Basic Research Guides
F9: Membership Drive
F1: Camden Hills Summer Theater
F2: Letters to their Son
F3: Letters to their Son
F5: Letters to their Son
F6: Letters to Gary
F7: Letters from Arnold Colbath
F8: Misc. Letters
F10: Story of Bob Wilkinson
F11: Professional People
F12: Penobscot Valley Theater
F13: Misc. Letters
F14: Personal Letters
F15: Misc. Letters
F17: Birthday Cards etc.
F19: Forms to be Filed
F22: Letters from Arnold Colbath
F23: Letters from Austin Keith
F24: Letters from Austin Keith
F1: Public Relations
F3: Misc. Correspondence
F5: Roy Clark- Univ. of Alaska
F6: Trees Die Standing
F7: Sample Letters
F8: H.L.B Who's Who
F9: Advisory Committee
F10: Prof. Valentine B. Windt
F12: Trees Die Standing
F14: Sample Letters
F15: Behold Man, Organized by Rev. Milton Mcgorrill
F16: Toneel Echo
F17: Report #4 and #5
F19: Misc. Scripts- Photos
F20: Educational Theater Journal, Oct, 1949
F1: Waterville Opera House
F2: Programs- University of Maine
F3: The Barnstormers
F4: Gilbert & Sullivan Festival Theatre
F5: Misc. Programs
F6: Program- Brunswick Music Theatre
F7: Augusta Player
F8: Plaza Dance Studio
F9: Program- Lakewood Theatre
F10: Programs- Portland Lyric Theatre
F11: Theater at Monmouth
F16: New England Theatre Conference
Reel to reel tapes:
Records by Roger A. Nye
The Lawrence High School Drama Club and Thespian Troupe. May 1973
Industrial Arts Teaching
F1: Never Force by Lance Jencks
F2: Dreaming Angels by Patrick Flynn
F3: Saturday Night by Paul Green
F4: Dreaming Angels by Patrick Flynn
F5: Limbo by Patrick Flynn
F6: The Birth of Jason by Patrick Flynn
F7: No Trouble by Adolf Robison
F8: More Letters from Clark G. Kenney
F9: Misc. Letters
F10: Letters from Kenneth Barry
F11: Misc. Papers
F12: Wet Tyler by R. Sewell
F13: Coming to Our Senses by David Rockefeller
F14: Limbo by Patrick Flynn
F15: National Foundation on the Arts
F16: Letters from Leroy Clark
F17: Letters from Arnold Colbath
F18: Shareholders- Darien Exploration Co.
F19: Personal Letters from Students
F20: Theatrical Reports from Students
F21: Letters from Clark G. Kunsy, Jr.
F22: Letters from Jack Arsenault
F1: Tax Returns
F2: The Teahouse of the August Moon
F3: Abduct Me Tenderly
F4: Misc. Magazines
F5: The Moon is Blue
F6-7: NAYTA Theatre Arts Journal
F9: Children's Theatre- 65 Program + Patron List
F10: Noah's Spare Ship
F11: Mixy & Spicy
F12: N.M.R.A. Bulletin
F13: Mixy Bowl & Spicy Dish
F14: Skits or Play Lists- Season 1965
F15: Complete Script for Season 1965
Puppet Theatre Around The World
Pictures of U. Maine and Camden Hills Theatre
Boston Herald Traveler. January 12, 1972
Maine Times, October 9, 1970
“From New York” By Creighton Peet, (2 Copies)
Book: 38th Annual Convention of the American Theatre Association
“You Can't Take it With You” (2 Copies)
TIME Magazine, May 3, 1971
Envelope of Pictures (1930's?)
Folder: Children's Theatre
2 Folders: Unnamed Pictures
Folder: Introduction to the American Theatre Exam
Envelope: “Thunder Rock” Pictures
Binder: Newspaper Clippings & “My Heart's in The Highlands" by William Saroyan
Binder: The Tragedy of Macbeth
A Light Plot for “Abraham Lincoln” a play by John Drinkwater
F1: Le Malade Imaginaire by Moliere
F4: Cards- Misc. 1950's
F5-6: Misc Letters
F7: Letters from Skip Avery
F8: Letters from “Dick Buck
F9: Letters from B. Haitt
F10: General Letters
F11: Serviceman- Students
F12: Correspondence- 1950's
F13: Personal Tour Correspondence
F14: To India
F15: Letters from Paul Payson
F16: Letters from “Jack”
F17: To India- Pakistan
F3: Arts in Schools
F4: Arts Institute of Western Maine
F6: Newspaper Clippings
Envelope of Unnamed Play
Reel to reel tape
F1: Maine Masque
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
F1: The queen of Hearts
F2: Goldilocks and the Three Bears come to Maine
F3: The Parade
F4: The Little Red Schoolhouse
F5: Advice to Abraham Lincoln
F6: Mixy Bowl & Spicy Dish
F7: Alice in Wonderland
F8: The Star Spangled Banner
F9: The Pine Stick Doll
F10: Three Boys with Jugs of Molasses
F11: The Mortgage
F12: Unnamed Plays
F14: Penobscot Valley Theatre
Binder: Romeo and Juliet
F1: Newspaper Clippings
F3: Intro to Th.
F4: Mr. Steele (carbon copies)
F6: Intro 1st Draft
38 Envelopes of Index Cards
2 Binders: Peer Gynt
F 1-3: Lecture Notes
F4: Notes on Theatre Appreciation Book
F5: Correspondence with Florence Callaghan
F6: Interview Carbons
F7: Intro to Theatre Carbons.
F9: School of Drama Notes
Envelope: Copies & Tapes Completed
Box of Cassette Tapes, (Interviews?)
F1-2: Manuscript Plays
F3: Time for Roses
F5: The Feast of Ortolans
F7: Helen of Troy
F8: State of the Union
F9: Cabbages & Kings
F1-2: Lecture Notes
F3: Letters- 1970's
F4: College of Arts & Sciences Info.
F5: Newspaper Clippings- 1970's
F6: Grants, Newsletter Info
F7: 1977: Mini-Grant for Stage Coach Theatre
F8: Community Arts Agencies
F9: Community Arts Councils
F10: Friends Arts/ Arts Institute
F11: Arts Institute Workshops
Book: Pierre Loti Ramuntcho
- Reel to reel tape
F1: Maine Masque Theatre
F2: Newspaper Clippings
F3: Misc. Children's Books
F4: Photographs- Plays
F5: Photographs- Th 101 Use
F6: Photographs- Herschel Bricker
F7: Grade books
F8: “The Man Who Came to Dinner”
F9: “You Can't take It With You”
F10: “Saturday Night”
F11: “Behold, Man”
F12: “The Mortgage”
F13-17: Letters- 1950's
F19: “Of Cabbages & Kings"
F1: Newspaper Clippings
F2: Arts Institute of Western Maine
F3: Rockefeller Foundation
F4: Correspondence- Betty Foxwell
F5: “Robert Alan Grows Up on a Farm”
F6: ”Gandhihi's Sadhana”
F7: Correspondence- 1978
F9: Misc. magazines
F11: Camden Hills Theatre- 1947
F12: C. C. License & Courses- 1953
F14: Who's Who
F15: Camden Hills Theatre 1947-48
F16: Camden Hills Theatre 1949-50
Binder: Theatre Tour Group- India & Pakistan
F1: “Displaced Person”
F2: Camden Hills Theatre
F3: World Theatre
F4: Space Plays
F5: Helen of Troy
F6-10: Correspondence- 1960's
F11: Plays & casts ‘66
Binder: Volumes 1 & 2 of The Flies of Spring
F2: Correspondence- 1978
F4: “What will People Say”
F5: “What's my Number”
F6: “In the Burning Darkness”
F7: “Trees Die Standing
F8: “The Mechanical Heart"
F9: “Homo from Homo”
F10: “Perchance to Dream”
F11: “The Ghost of Cameron College for Women”
F12: “Sing Ho For a Prince”
F13: “A Decent Birth, A Happy Funeral”
F14: “The Golden Apple”
F16: ”Behold, Man”
F17: Amateurs Make-up Chartbook
F19: “Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree”
F21: Chapter File
F1-2: Theatre Arts- 1942
F3: Theatre Arts- 1943
F4: Theatre Arts- 1944
F 5-6: Theatre Arts- 1945
F7: Theatre Arts- 1950's
F8: Theatre Arts- 1960's
F9: Mr. Bricker's photographs
F1: “Trees Die Standing”
F2: Quest For A National Theatre
F3: Camden Hills Theatre
F4: Programs- 1947
F5: Not Pertaining to CHT
F6: Pledges- Donations- Lists
F9: Chamber of Commerce- Camden- 1953
F10: Crisis- 1952-53
F12: Appeals- 1952-53
F15: Advisory Comm.
F17: Shakespeare Fest
F20: Finances- 1947
F21: Orig. Plans
F22: First Letters- 1947
F 24-27: Photographs
F28: Camden Hills Theatre- 1952
F1: AETA- USO World Tour
F2: Kabuki Theatre
F3: The White House & Arts
F4: Correspondence- Ed Campbell- 1959
F5: “Speak to the Heart”
Books: The College Journey
Book of Interior Decoration
F2-5: Correspondence- 1940's
F6: High School Plays
F7: Lecture Notes
F8: Notes on Theatre
F1: Theatre- UMF
F2: “This is Your Town”
F3: Newspaper Clippings
F5: Correspondence- 1930's
F7: Arts Workshops
F8: M M Th. Alumni
F9: Development Office Arts Plan
2 Binders of Correspondence
F1: Maine Masque
F2: Maurice Evan's plays
F3: Plays- Helen Hayes
F4: Overseas Magazines- WWII
F5: Photos: Includes Margaret Chase Smith
F6: WWII Papers
F7: Newspaper Clippings
Book: The Ideal Theatre
F1: Maine Masque Info
F2-4: Letters 1930's & 40's
Envelope: Grades for Theatre Participants
Theatre Arts Magazine: 1934-1963 with gaps
F1: Shakespeare News 1952-54
F2: Shakespeare News 1955-60
Come out from Behind that Birdcage
The Mechanical Heart
Old Jed Prouty (2c)
Day of Grace
House in Sea
The Princess Bamboo
Cradle of Glory
Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know
Climate of Fear
Theatre Arts Magazines: 1946-1969
F1: Arts Institute of Western Maine
F2: Arts in Education
F4-5: Newspaper Clippings
F6: International Theatre
F8: Coe College
F9: Maine Commission on Arts
F12-14: Correspondence- 1970's
The Works of Shakespeare
Critics Theatre Review
Play: The Eye of the Storm
Folder: Arts Institute of Western Maine
F1: National Theatre Conference Bulletin- 1939-1941
F2: National Theatre Conference Bulletin- 1942-44
F3: National Theatre Conference Bulletin- 1945-47
F4: National Theatre Conference Bulletin- 1948-50
Books: Regional Theatre
F1: Federal Grants for Fine Arts
3 Binders: Newspaper Clippings
Reel to reel tapes
F1: Richard the III
The Red Shoes
Point of No Return
King and I
Songs of Norway
Story of Mary Surratt
Summer & Smoke
The Tender Branch
Come out from the Birdcage
Anthony & Cleopatra
F1: Diary- 1962
F2: Diary- 1945
F3: Christmas Card List- 1976
F4: Correspondence- 1970's
Book: Author's Guide
F1: Children's Poems & Songs
F2: “A Home For the Winter”
F3: “Time for Roses”
F5: “And We Were Young”
F6: “One Week Pass”
F7: Intro to Theatre Exams- 1974
F9: Newspaper Clippings
F10: Notes on Theatre
F11: Grade books
F12: “Peer Gynt”
F13: Dance Tour Maine
F14: American Express
F15: Correspondence- 1960's
F17: Herschel Bricker Resume
F18: Ernest A. Welisch
F19: Plays- Herschel and Cecelia Bricker
F20: Questionnaire of Graduates
F21: Play Lists for Book
F22: Miscellaneous- Data on Various Subjects
F23: Sir Barry Jackson
F24: Austin Keith play, Prelude to Courage
F25: Photocopies of Prelude to Courage
F1-2: Correspondence- 1950's
World Tour Info
F1: Maine Masque Theatre Programs
F2- 3: Hamlet
Scrapbook of Theatre & Concert Programs. 1900-1925
Banner of Maine Masque Theatre
F1: Program- The Elephant Man
F2: Program- The Good Doctor
Maine Masque Roll Book- 1940's
F1: Lo India
F2: Passport List & Numbers
F3 : India-Pakistan Tour
F4: Names & Addresses- Tour Personnel
F 5: Photos/Slides
F6: Drama Questionnaire
F7: Public School Arts Workshops
F 8: Exams
F9: Newspaper Clippings
F10: American Educational Theater Association
F11: Playbills, etc.
F1: Correspondence 1928-32
F2: Personal Correspondence 1931
F3: Student Correspondence 1931
F4: Personal Correspondence 1928-30
F5: Personal Correspondence 1932
F6: Correspondence 1932
F7: Student Correspondence 1933
F8: Correspondence 1934
F9: Business Correspondence 1933
F10: Correspondence 1925
F11: Correspondence 1928
F12: Correspondence 1936
F13-14: Correspondence 1937
F15: Correspondence 1938
F16-17: Correspondence 1939
F18: Correspondence 1935
F19: Correspondence 1950-51.
F20: Correspondence 1952
F21: Correspondence 1953
F22: Correspondence 1954
F23: Correspondence 1955
F24: Correspondence 1957-62
F25: Correspondence 1970's
F26: Correspondence 1981-84
F1: WWII & U.S.O
F2: Letters Written to WWII Soldiers
F3 : Correspondence 1940
F4: Correspondence 1941
F5-7: Correspondence 1942
F8-12: Correspondence 1943
F13: Business Correspondence 1945-46
F14: Business Correspondence 1949
F15: Correspondence No Date
F1-8: Correspondence 1944
F9-11: Correspondence 1945
F1: Honorary Degree- 1983
F3: Grant & Fundraising Info.
F4: Finance Records
F5: Insurance Information
F7: Arts & Humanities Theater Advisory Council
F8: Creation of UMO Performance Arts Center
F9: 1956 Centennial Pageant
F10: Arts Institute
F11: Ray Clark
F12: University & College Bulletins
F13: Class Notes
F14-16: Misc. Notes
F1: Theater General
F2: Black Theater
F3: Maine Masque
F4: Camden Hills
F5: Stagecoach Theater
F6: Theater Programs at UMF
F7: “Ghosts”- Stage Production Notes
F8: “Claudia”- Stage Production Materials
F9: “The Least of Ortolans”
F10: Maine Masque Beauty Salon
F11: Penobscot Valley Children's Theater Scripts- Season of 1964
F12: Stage Notes and Production Schedules
F13: Penobscot Valley Children's Theater Scripts- Season of 1965
F14: Penobscot Valley Children's Theater Registration Forms- Talent Application
F15: Penobscot Valley Children's Theater Newspaper Clippings 1963- Ticket Samples
F16: Play Reviews
F17: Writings on Theater
F18: Theater Plays- National Contest Script
F19: Theater Association
F20: Writer's Club
F21: Playwriting Colony
F22: Plays- Co- Authorized
F23: Directors Scripts
F24: Drafts/Letters & Proposals
F1-3: Maine Masque Theatre
F4: Maine Masque Constitution
F5: Maine Masque Newspaper Clippings 1992-93
F6: Maine Masque, Student Proposal for Production Co. 1993-94
F7: Maine Masque Correspondence
F8: Maine Masque: Minutes of meetings, Jan.-Mar. 1994
Miscellaneous theater magazines and playbills
4 boxes of lecture/book notes
1 box of glass plate negatives: Maine Masque Theater. Richard III-slides for scenery projection (26 slides)
Finding Aids for selected manuscript collections in the Special Collections Department at Fogler Library are accessible online in URSUS, in a browsable Guide to Manuscript Collections. Please contact Special Collections at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 581-1686 for further information.