The Bliss family and three guests on their terrace. Sitting center-stage, Judith Bliss (played by Patricia Challgren), addresses her son Simon (played by John E. Courtney) while her daughter Sorel (played by Elizabeth Whitney), husband David (played by Harold H. Weiss) and guests (played by Lois Clifton, Aurin Lee Hunt and Dorothy Peterson) look on. A backdrop and painted scenery with silk ivy can be seen in the background. From Act II of the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Noel...
Two female students are wearing aprons and cooking with cast-iron stoves in a Home Economics classroom. Both use potholders to protect their hands. A teapot sits atop one of the stoves. There is a wooden cupboard mounted to the wall in the background. Several round, metal trays are stacked on top of the cupboard. A lightbulb hangs from wire from the ceiling.
Juno Boyle (played by Lois Halladay), embraces an unidentified woman. The shadow of a rocking chair can be seen on one side. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production on Sean O'Casey's "Juno and the Paycock."
Townley Town (played by John E. Courtney) and Kitty Brown (played by Florabel Houston) stand on the balcony of Mrs. Boucicault's home, dressed in formal wear. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Rachel Crothers' "Let Us Be Gay." This is the same image as LTR_01_0182.
A gathering in the Seton family nursery. Seton Cram (played by Richard Henson) converses with his apparently excited wife, Laura (played by Clarice Tatman) while Susan Potter (played by Mary Manley), Nick Potter (played by Lester Rockley), Johnny Case (played by Max McCullough), and Linda Seton (played by Florabel Houston) look on. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies Production of Philip Barry's "Holiday."
An apparent confrontation at a formal event. An unknown man, possibly Michael O'Hara (played by Gene Gullette, standing third from right) addresses Susan Trexel (played by Vera Mae Loughman, wearing a dark colored dress and a hat) while (from left to right) an unknown man, Irene Burroughs (played by Lois Halladay), an unknown woman, Charlotte Marley (played by Mary Manley, second from right) and Hutchins Stubbs (played by Lester Rockley) observe. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies...
The Honorable Sir Arthur Tuttington (played by Ted Skinner in age make up, a white wig and spectacles) looks down at the camera, apparently unhappy. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Edward Wooll's "Libel." This is the same image as LTR_01_0067.
Mr. Simmons (played by Gene Gullette), the headmaster of a public school in England, and his wife, Laura (played by Mary Manley), in their drawing room. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of John van Druten's "Young Woodley."
View of the chapel located in the Normal School Building (later the Administrative Building and finally renamed Cranford Hall.) The chapel is crowded with students, primarily women. Several people, along with a pianist and piano, are seated at the front of the chapel.
Josef (played by Karl Adams) and a woman, both dressed in formal attire, are seated at a table set with wine glasses, a wine bottle and a tablecloth. A man, possibly the waiter (played by D. Bruce Parker) and a woman, apparently the maid, stand by. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Siegfried Geyer's "Candlelight."
A spacious study in the President's Residence. There is a roll-top desk in one corner with a vase, various papers and a taxidermy eagle on it. On the wall next to the desk is a calendar with a Native American on it, displaying the month of April. [Christy's note: I temporarily mirrored, zoomed in and enhanced the slide to see the calendar. Out of all the possible years this photo could have been taken, April 1st came on a Sunday in only one: 1906] Other furniture in the room includes a small...
Paper cutouts and student artwork hang on a classroom wall in the Hazelton Demonstration School in Weld County, Colorado. Two posters, one of the anatomy of a farm horse and one with that of a chicken, are in prominent spots in the upper left-hand corner. Three rows of desks occupy the foreground.
Terry Randall (played by Florabel Houston) standing on a bed in one of the Footlights Club bedrooms while Jean Maitland (played by Katherine Ann Faulder, immediate right of Florabel) and two other women look on. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of George Kaufman and Edna Ferber's "Stage Door." This is the same image as LTR_01_0094.
Edward Seton (played by Herbert Stahl in old age make up, standing third from left) addresses his daughter, Linda (played by Florabel Houston, far left) while others including Johnny Case (played by Max McCullough, right of Herbert), Seton Cram (played by Richard Henson), Julia Seton (played by Katharine Ann Faulder) and Ned Seton (played by John E. Courtney) look on. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Philip Barry's "Holiday."
Screenwriter Robert Law (played by Harold Weiss) assists actress Susie (played by Priscilla Morrison), who is dressed in a nurse's uniform and appears to be struggling to walk in her shoes. They are watched by screenwriter J. Carlyle Benson (played by Karl Adams), cowboy actor Larry Toms (played by Julius Christensen) and two other men.
Deirdre Lessing (played by Katharine Ann Faulder, standing in front of steps) addresses a group of people at a gathering held by her grandmother, Mrs. Boucicault. From left to right: Madge Livingston (played by Mary Manley), Wallace Grainger (played by Richard Henson), Mrs. Boucicault (played by Clarice Tatman), Deidre, Kitty Brown (played by Florabel Houston), Townley Town (played by John E. Courtney), Bob Brown (played by Max McCullough), and Bruce Keen (played by Bill Remley). From the...