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Descriptive Summary
PURL:
http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00547/
Creator:
University of Mississippi
Title:
Cultural Events Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
1907-2006
Materials in:
English
Abstract:
Collection contains programs and schedules related to cultural events at the University of Mississippi from 1907-2006.
Quantity:
5 boxes.
Number:
MUM00547
Location:
J-6 and O-4 (1 oversize box)
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
E-Mail: archive@olemiss.edu
URL: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/archives/
Cite as:
Cultural Events Collection (MUM00547). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Scope and Contents Note
Collection contains programs and schedules related to cultural events at the University of Mississippi from 1907-2006.

Restrictions
Access Restrictions
Open.
Use Restriction
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Index Terms
University of Mississippi -- History

Container List
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
CULTURAL EVENTS COLLECTION
CONTROL NO.: 00-678


BOX 1
Folders:

1. 1907-08
February, 29, 1908. French performance of "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme". (4 copies).

2. 1910-11
May 29 & 30, 1911. "An Exhibition Illustrating the History of Art by the Class In the
History of Fine Arts". (6 copies).

3. 1914-1915
December 5. Musical Recital by University Band and Orchestra.

4. 1915-16
April 22, 1916. Tercentenary of Shakespeare and Cervantes. (5 copies).

4a. 1921-22. April 28-29. H.S. Spring Contests.

5. 1922-1923
April 20-21, 1923. Mother's Day program (6 copies).

6. 1923-1924
April 9, 1954. Memorandum on Mother's Day program.
April 25-26, 1924. Mother's Day program (2 copies).

7. 1924-25
February 3, 1925. Le Theatre Francais. (5 copies).
April 6, 1925. The French Players. (5 copies).
May 1-2, 1925. Mother's Day program (2 copies).
June 11, 1925. "The Townley-Carswell Studio presents Miss Ruth Hutchinson, Reader.

8. 1925-26
December 4, 1925. University of Mississippi Musical Club.
May 7-8, 1926. Fourth Annual Mother's Day.

9. 1926-27
December 14, 1926. The Marionettes of Ole Miss.
May 6, 1927. Fifth Annual Mother's Day.
May 7, 1927. University Concert Band. Mother's Day.

10. 1927-28
October 2, 1927. Twilight Musical. Series 1927-28, Number One.
November 6, 1927. Twilight Musical. Series 1927-28, Number Two.
November 20, 1927. Twilight Musical. Series 1927-28, Number Three. (3 copies).
December 4, 1927. Twilight Musical. Series 1927-28, Number Four.
April 22, 1928. Twilight Musical. Series 1927-28, Number Seven. (2 copies).
April 29, 1928. Twilight Musical. Series 1927-28, Number Eight. (2 copies).
May 4-5, 1928. Mother's Day program. (3 copies)
1927. The Marionettes of Ole Miss. Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw.

11. 1928-29
October 21, 1928. Twilight Musical. Series 1928-29, Number Two. (2 copies).
November 25, 1928. Twilight Musical. Series 1928-29, Number Three.
December 9, 1928. Twilight Musical. Series 1928-29, Number Four.
1928-1929. Ole Miss Musical Club. (2 copies)
February 20, 1929. Artists' Course. "The Zimmer Harp Trio".
March 10, 1929. Twilight Musical Series 1928-1929, Number Four.

12. 1929-30
February 23, 1930. Twilight Musical. Series 1929-30, Number Two. (2 copies).
April 6, 1930. Twilight Musical. Series 1929-30, Number Three.
April 24, 1930. The Department of Speech. The Merchant of Venice.
May 3-4, 1929. Seventh Annual Mother's Day.
May 4, 1929. French and German performances. "Uls Berlobte emphelen fich" and "Le Medecin Malgre Lui". (5 copies).
May 10, 1930. Eight Annual Mother's Day. (2 copies)
1930. The Ole Miss Musical Club. (2 clubs).

13. 1930-31
September 28, 1930. Twilight Musical. Series 1930-31, Number One. (6 copies).
April 22, 1931. The Department of Speech. Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde. And
May 9, 1931.
May 9, 1931. Mother's Day program. (5 copies)
May 9, 1931. Departments of Music and Speech. (5 copies).
May 17, 1931. Twilight Musical. Series 1930-31, Number Three. (3 copies).

14. 1931-32
October 11, 1931. Twilight Musical. Series 1931-32, Number One. (2 copies).
November 1, 1931. Twilight Musical. Series 1931-32, Number Two. (2 copies).
November 5, 1931. Sir Philip Ben Greet and the Ben Greet Players.
December 13, 1931. Twilight Musical. Series 1931-32, Number Four. (5 copies).
April 17, 1932. Department of Music. Annie Lee Crawford in voice recital.
April 21, 1932. Department of Speech. One Act-Plays.
May 7, 1932. Mother's Day program.
May 9, 1932. Department of Music. Kappa Zeta Musical.

15. 1932-33
Opening Number 1932-33 Twilight Musical Season.
December 18, 1932. Twilight Musical. Series 1932-33, Number One. (5 copies).
December 18, 1932. Christmas Vesper. Girls Glee Club.
February 5, 1933. Twilight Musical. Series 1932-33, Number Two.
February 7, 1933. College Hour. (2 copies).
February 19, 1933. Twilight Musical. Series 1932-33, Number Three. (4 copies).
March 12, 1933. Twilight Musicale. Series 1932-33, Number Four. (3 copies).
April 9, 1933. Twilight Musicale. Series 1932-33, Number Five. (5 copies).
May 6, 1933. Eleventh Annual Mother's Day.
May 7, 1933. Twilight Musicale. Series 1932-33, Number Six. (2 copies).
May 9 & 10, 1933. Department of Dramatics. "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney".
July 1933. Twilight Musicals. (3 copies).
July 9, 1933. Organ Recital by Ruth McNeil.
July 21, 1933. Piano Recital by pupils of Ruth McNeil.

16. 1933-34
May 5, 1934. Twelfth Annual Mother's Day.
May 6, 1934. Twilight Musicale. Series 1933-34, Number Three. (2 copies).
May 15 & 16, 1934. The University Players. Liliom. (2 different programs).
July 17, 1934. Piano and Organ Recital by Ruth McNeil. (9 copies).

17. 1934-35
November 11, 1934. Twilight Musicale. Series 1934-35, Number One. (2 copies).
December 16, 1934. Twilight Musicale. Series 1934-35, Number Two.
Twilight Musicale. Series 1934-35, Number Three. (2 copies).
February 25, 1935. Le Theatre Francais. "L'Anglais Tel Qu'on Le Parle". (5 copies).
March 10, 1935. Twilight Musicale. Series 1934-35, Number Four. (2 copies).
April 24, 1935. Department of Music. Louise Salomon, recital.
May 4, 1935. Thirteenth Annual Mother's Day.
May 12, 1935. Twilight Musicale. Series 1934-35, Number Five. (2 copies).
May 14-15, 1935. University Players. "To the Ladies". (4 copies)
July 18, 1935. Art Exhibit. (5 copies).

18. 1935-36
November 17, 1935. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number One. (3 copies).
December 13, 1935. University Players. "Bethlehem Road". (3 copies).
December 15, 1935. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number Two. (2 copies).
January 12, 1936. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number Three. (2 copies).
March 1, 1936. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number Five. (2 copies).
March 22, 1936. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number Six. (4 copies).
April 12, 1936. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number Seven. (2 copies).
April 26, 1936. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number Eight. (2 copies).
May 2, 1936. Ole Miss Mother's Day.
May 3, 1936. Twilight Musicale. Series 1935-36, Number Nine.(3 copies).
May 17 & 18, 1935. "The Great European Passion Play".
1935. Ole Miss Band program.

19. 1936-37
December 13, 1936. University Players. "The Bethlehem Road".
December 15, 1936. Ole Miss Band. (2 copies).
March 28, 1937. Twilight Musicale. Series 1936-37, Number Two.
April 9, 1937. "Cortese Brothers present Nino Martini, Leading Tenor Metropolitan Opera
Association."
1936-37. Programme Ole Miss Musical Club.

20. 1937-38
December 12, 1937. "The Ole Miss Y presents the University Players in Annual Christmas
Play."
March 7, 1938. "Ruth Page Ballets with her Chicago Grand Opera Ballet".
March 12, 1938. Artist Series. "Margaret Speaks, soprano".
April 29, 1938. Artist's Series. "Recital by Albert Spalding, Violinist".
May 2,1938. University Players. "Hamlet".
May 9, 1938. Artist's Series. "Recital by The Barton Harp Quintet".
June 15-July 30, 1938. Activities Program for Summer Session.
June 20, 1938. "The Coffer Miller Players in The King's Dilemma".
June 28, 1938. "Laura T. Martin, Lyric Soprano".
July 1- July 16, 1938. Fourth Annual Art Exhibition.

21. 1938-39
October 24, 1938. Artist's Series. "Centennial Tour United States Navy Band". (3 copies).
December 1938. University Players. "Seventh Heaven".
December 5, 1938. Artist's Series. "Recital by Nino Martini, Leading Tenor, Metropolitan
Opera Association". (4 copies).
February 18, 1939. Artists' Series. "Recital by Fray and Braggiotti, International Piano
Duo-Team". (2 copies).
February 23, 1939. Ole Miss Musical Club.
March 20, 1939. Artists' Series. "St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Vladimer Golschmann,
Conductor". (2 copies).
April 2, 1939. The Chorus of the University of Mississippi. "The Messiah".
April 13, 1939. Artists' Series. "Recital by Susanne Fisher--Clifford Menz".
May 10-11, 1939. University Players. "Peer Gynt".
May 24, 1939. Art Exhibit. "Watercolors by Mrs. Florence H. Crane". (2 copies).

22. 1939-40
October 23, 1939. Artists' Series. "Recital by Donald Dickson, Baritone". (3 copies).
October 25-November 16, 1939. Mary Buie Museum. Exhibits.{Not Present}
January 15, 1940. Artists' Series. "Jackie Coogan in George Abbot's Stage Success What
A Life by Clifford Goldsmith". (2 copies).
February 20-21, 1940. University Players. "Hay Fever".
February 27, 1940. Artists' Series. "Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Goossens,
Conductor". (2 copies).
March 11, 1940. Ole Miss Musical Club.
April 14, 1940. The Chorus of the University of Mississippi. The Messiah by George
Frederich Handel. (3 copies).
April 25, 1940. Artists' Series. "Recital by Gladys Swarthout, Mezzo-Soprano".
(3 copies).
April 26-27, 1940. Southern Literary Festival. {Not Present}
May 7, 1940. University Players. One-Act Plays.
July 6-15, 1940. Fifth Annual Art Exhibition.

23. 1940-41
October 8, 1940. Artists' Series. "The United States Marine Band, Captain William F.
Santlemann, Leader". (2 copies).
December 7, 1940. "Chekhov Theatre Players All American Company in Shakespeare's
Comedy 'Twelfth Night'". (3 copies).
December 8, 1940. "Program of Christmas Carols sung by Girl's Glee Club". (2 copies).
December 15, 1940. University Players. Christmas Carol.
December 16, 1940. Artists' Series. "S. Hurok presents Don Cossack Chorus, Serge
Jaroff, Conductor". (3 copies).
February 25, 1941. Artists' Series. "S. Hurok presents Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo".
(2 copies).
March 17, 1941. "Musarts Concert Management presents Jacques Fray and Mario Braggiotti, Duo-Pianists". (2 copies).
March 20, 1941. Ole Miss Musical Club.
April 6, 7, & 8, 1941. Department of Music presents Music Festival. (2 copies).
May 1941. University Players. "Nothing but the Truth".

24. 1941-42
November 6, 1941. Artists' Series. "Recital by Margaret Speaks". (2 copies).
November 20, 1941. Artists' Series. "Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne production of the
1940-41 Pulitzer Prize Play 'There Shall Be No Night' by Robert E. Sherwood".
(2 copies).
December 14, 1941. The University Players in Annual Christmas Play. No Greater Love
(3 copies).
March 22, 23, & 24, 1942. Department of Music presents Music Festival.
March 24, 1942. Artists' Series. "Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Goossens,
Conductor".
April 20, 1942. Artists' Series. "Devi Dja and her Bali-Java Dancers".
April 27 & 28, 1942. The University Players. "The Male Animal by James Thurber and
Elliott Nugent". (3 copies).
June 22, 1942. "Stepped-up Summer Session Stunt Night".

25. 1942-43
October 26, 1942. Artists' Series. "Graff Ballet with Grace and Kurt Graff".
November 24, 1942. Artists' Series. "Richard Crooks, Tenor, Metropolitan Opera
Association". (2 copies).
March 7, 8, & 9, 1943. Department of Music presents Music Festival.
April 1, 1943. Artists' Series. "Robert Casadesus, Pianist".
May 4, 1943. Artists Series. "Francis Greer, Soprano".

26. 1943-44
October 11, 1943. Artists' Series. "General Platoff Don Cossack Chorus, Nicholas
Kostrukoff, Director".
April 12-16, 1944. Department of Music presents Music Festival.

27. 1944-45
February 15, 1945. Artists' Series. The Trapp Family Singers.
April 10-11, 1945. University of Mississippi Theatre. "Only an Orphan Girl".

28. 1945-46
November 26, 1945. Artists' Series. "Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare,
The National Classic Theatre".
March 18, 1946. Artists' Series. "Helen Jepson, Leading Soprano Metropolitan Opera
Association".
April 3 & 4, 1946. "The Department of Speech presents The University Players in 'Snafu'
by Solomon and Buchman".
April 12, 1946. Artists' Series. "St. Louis Sinfonietta, Paul Schreiber, Conductor".
April 12, 13, 14, & 15, 1946. Music Festival.

29. 1946-47
October 1 & 3, 1946. Artists' Series. "Marjorie Lawrence, Dramatic Soprano,
Metropolitan Opera Association". (2copies).
December 6, 1946. Artists' Series. "Original Ballet Russe". (12 copies).
December 15, 1946. "The Chorus of the University of Mississippi presents program from
The Messiah". (2 copies).
February 4, 1947. Artists' Series. "Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Goossens,
Conducting." (2 copies).
March 30, 1947. "The Chorus of University of Mississippi presents program from Elijah
by Felix Mendelssohn".
April 10 & 11, 1947. Artists' Series. "Conrad Thibault, Baritone". (4 copies).
June 30, 1947. Summer Session Lyceum Committee. "In Concert".



BOX 2
Folders:

1. 1947-48
October 1, 1947. Artists' Series. "Thomas L. Thomas Baritone".
November 17 & 18, 1947. Artists' Series. "Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conducted by
Thor Johnson". (2 copies).
November 20, 1947. "Mark Hoffman, Pianist".
April 28, 29, & 30, 1948. University Players. My Sister Eileen by Joseph Fields and
Jerome Chodorov.
April 28, 1948. Artists Series. "The Corn is Green by Emlyn Williams". (2 copies).
May 5, 1948. Department of Music. "Doris Johns in Piano Recital".
1948. University Players. "Saint Joan" by Bernard Shaw. (2 copies).

2. 1948-49
October 5, 1948. Artists Series. "Eleanor Steber, Soprano, Metropolitan Opera
Association".
October 26, 27, & 28, 1948. University Players. "The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee
Williams".
November 10, 1948. Artists Series. "Cornelia Otis Skinner presenting her dramatic play
The Wives of Henry VIII".
December 2, 1948. Artists Series. "Isaac Stern, Violinist".
February 9, 1949. Artists Series. "Eugene List, Pianist". (3 copies).
February 17, 1949. Artists Series. "Salvatore Baccaloni, Basso-Buffo". (3 copies).
March 1949. Mary Buie Museum. Oxford Elementary School Art Exhibit.
March 14-15, 1949. Department of English. Centennial Lectures. {Not Present}
April 10, 1949. " Ensemble Recital presented by University Band Students".
April 26, 1949. Department of Music. "Program of Choral Music with Ole Miss Men's
Glee Club".

3. 1949-50
October 17, 1949. Artists Series. "The United States Navy Band, Lt. Commander
Charles Brendler, Conductor". (3 copies).
November 2-4, 1949. University Players. "The Male Animal".
November 16, 1949. Artists Series. "Page-Stone Chicago Grand Opera Ballet, Ruth Page
and Bentley Stone, Directors." (7 copies).
November 30, 1949. Artists Series. "The Julliard String Quartet". (5 copies).
December 11, 1949. Department of Fine Arts. "Exhibition of Commercial Art by Weimer
Pursell".
December 12, 1949. "Intruder at its Wu'st".
February 5, 1950. Department of Art. "Scalamandre Textiles".
February 5, 1950. Department of Music. "Esther Oelrich, Organist in Recital".
(2 copies).
March 1, 1950. Artists Series. "Charles Weidman and his Theatre Dance Company".
(2 copies).
March 5, 1950. Department of Art. "An Exhibition of Children's Art".
March 13, 1950. Artists Series. "Seymour Lipkin, Pianist".
March 23, 1950. "Donald Gramm in Concert".
March 26-April 23, 1950. Department of Art. "Approaches to Drawing".
March 27, 1950. Artists Series. "The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Thor Johnson,
Conducting".
April 11, 1950. Artists Series. "Richard Tucker, Leading Tenor, Metropolitan Opera
Association". (2 copies).
April 14, 1950. Mississippi Federation of Music Clubs. "Albert G. Bowen, Pianist".
(2 copies).
April 16, 1950. Department of Music. "Wade H. Johnson, Jr., Pianist". (2 copies).
April 30, 1950. Department of Music. "Mary Jo Furr, Pianist".
May 1, 1950. University of Mississippi Chorus. "The Creation by Franz Joseph Hayden".
May 3-31, 1950. Mary Buie Museum. "French Landscape Paintings 19th Century, a
Circulating Exhibition of the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City".
May 9, 1950. Department of Music. "Paul Gene Strassler, Baritone in Faculty Recital".
May 10, 1950. Department of Music. "Mildred R. Allen, Soprano and Mary Forrest
McCall, Pianist, Junior Recital".
May 11, 1950. Department of Music. "Student Recital".
June 29, 1950. "University of Mississippi College of Liberal Arts presents University
Chorus".

4. 1950-51
October, 1950. Mary Buie Museum. "Eight American Watercolorists, a circulating
exhibition by Midtown Galleries of New York City". (2 copies).
November 8-10, 1950. University Players. "The Man Who Came to Dinner".
November 12, 1950. University Gallery. Fred Conway lecture. {Not Present}
December 10, 1950. Department of Music. "University Chorus". (2 copies).
December 12, 13, & 14, 1950. University Players. "Antigone by Jean Anouilh".
January, 1951. Department of Art. January exhibits.
February 4, 1951. Department of Music. "Esther Oerlrich, Organist in Recital".
February 11, 1951. Department of Music. "Patricia Sage, Pianist and Mildred Allen,
Soprano in Student Recital". (2 copies).
February 13, 1951. Department of Music. "Vance Jennings, Clarinetist in Recital".
(4 copies).
March 20, 1951. Artists Series. "The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Thor Johnson,
Music Director".
April 1951. Mary Buie Museum. English Portraits and Landscapes.
April 1-22, 1951. Department of Art. "Approaches to Drawing".
April 6, 1951. Department of Art. "Art Schools, USA, 1951". {Not Present}
April 10, 1951. Artist Series. "Joseph Szigeti, Violinist". (4 copies).
April 18-20, 1951. University Players. "Candida".
May 6, 1951. Department of Music. "Mary Forrest Macaulay in Senior Recital".
May 9, 1951. Department of Art. Student Art Exhibition.
May 17, 1951. "The University Dames present The Faculty Players in Harvey by Mary
Chase".

5. 1951-52
September 20 - October 1, 1951. Art Department. Fact and Fantasy.
October 14, 1951. Art Department. Reginald H. Neal exhibit. {Not Present}
October 24, 1951. Parade of Favorites. {Not Present}
November 11-25, 1951. Art Department. New Hampshire Crafts.
November 12, 1951. Lecture. Fred Conway.
December 4, 1951. College of Liberal Arts. "Marc Hoffman, pianist in Recital".
(3 copies).
December 9 & 10, 1951. Department of Art. "John Walley, Painter, Designer, Educator,
Lecturer". (2 copies).
December 14-15, 1951. Department of Art. Art Students Fair.
January 13, 1952. Department of Music and Department of Speech. "The Medium by
Gain-Carlo Menotti". (5 copies).
February 17, 1952. College of Liberal Arts. "Esther Oelrich, organist in Recital".
(2 copies).
February 19 & 20, 1952. University Players. "Ah, Wilderness by Eugene O'Neill".
February 26, 1952. College of Liberal Arts. "Isaac Reid, Baritone in Recital". (2 copies).
May 5, 1952. College of Liberal Arts. "The Old Maid and the Thief by Gian-Carlo
Menotti". (4 copies).
Spring, 1952. University of Mississippi. "Concert Singers".
1952. "Touring Players Inc. presents the London Repertory Company in The Tempest by
William Shakespeare".

6. 1952-53
Season 1952-53. "University of Mississippi presents a series of Recitals and Concerts at 4
and 8 p.m. by the Department of Music". (3 copies).
1952-53. Artists Series. (2 copies).
1952-53. Department of History. Claiborne Lectures.
September 20 - October 11, 1952. University Gallery. "American Watercolors, Drawings
& Prints"
September 26, 1952. Department of History. Dr. Frederick Cox lectures.
October 6, 1952. Department of History. Frank Shea lecture.
October 20, 1952. Artists Series. "Richard Dyer-Bennet".
November 6, 1952. Artists Series. "The Robert Shaw Chorale and String Ensemble".
November 18, 1952. Department of Music. "Bruce Tolbert, Tenor".
November 18, 1952. Department of English. W. H. Auden lecture.
November 20, 1952. Department of Music. "University Symphony Orchestra".
(4 copies).
December 8, 1952. Department of History. Clinton S. Golden seminars.
February 17, 1953. Artists Series. "Houston Symphony Orchestra, Efrem Kurtz, Musical
Director and Conductor".
February 23, 1953. The Third Annual Faculty Play. "The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean
Giradoux".
February 24, 1953. College of Liberal Arts. "Vance Jennings, Clarinetist in Recital".
February 27, 1953. Band Department. "The Central High School Band, Memphis,
Tennessee in Concert". (2 copies).
March 4, 1953. History Department. C. Vann Woodward lecture.
March 18, 1953. Music Department. "New Music String Quartet".
March 24, 1953. Artists Series. "Alexander Brailowsky, 'The Master Pianist'".
March 26, 1953. Department of Music. "University Symphony Orchestra". (2 copies).
April 8, 1953. History Department. Claiborne Lecture by Stanley Horne, "Men at War:
Glimpses into the Lives of Men in Blue and Gray".
April 20, 1953. English Department. Three Lectures by Harry Hayden Clark.
April 20, 1953. Sociology Department. Ernest W. Burgess lecture.
April 23, 1953. Artists Series. "Alexander Brailowsky".
May 5, 1953. "The University of Mississippi presents The Symphony Band".
May 7, 1953. Music Department. "Sonata Recital".
May 10-31, 1953. Art Department. "Approaches to Drawings".
May 10-31, 1953. Art Department. Student Exhibit.
May 24-June 21, 1953. Mary Buie Museum. Memphis Academy of Arts.
June 24, 1953. Summer Music Camp. "Faculty Recital". (3 copies).
June 27, 1953. Summer Music Camp Band. (2 copies).
1953. "New Music String Quartet Schedule of Appearance". (3 copies).

7. 1953-54
November 8 - November 22, 1953. Marjorie Liebman exhibit.
November 30, 1952. Department of Office Administration. George Hossfeld typing
demonstration
December 12, 1953. School of Engineering. Lecture "John Doe Meets the Atom".
February 8-12. Semana Mexicana.
March 5, 1954. Jackson Central High School Band.
March 15-16, 1954. College of Liberal Arts. The University Greys Opera.
February 14, 1953. Fine Arts Center. "Fact and Fantasy from Bertha Schaefer Gallery,
N.Y.".
February 22, 1954. University Dames. "Kind Lady".
March 28, 1954. College of Liberal Arts. "Thelma Hubbert, Organist in Graduate
Recital".
April 28, 1954. Women's Student Government Association and Mortar Board. Woman's
Day.
May 6 & 7, 1954. Department of Music. "The Chicago Symphony Brass Ensemble".
(3 copies).
May 7, 1954. Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Folk Dance
Festival.
May 31-June 6, 1954. Summer Music Camp. (2 copies).

8. 1954-55
August 8, 1954. Department of Music. "Wade H. Johnson, Jr., Pianist in Graduate
Recital".
October 10, 1954. Department of Art. "Mr. Jack Tworkov". (2 copies).
November 9, 10, & 11, 1954. University Players. "The Cocktail Party by T.S. Eliot".
November 29, 1954. Department of Music. "Claire Williamson, Soprano, Albert G.
Bowen, Jr., Accompanist, assisted by Ruth Screven, Flutist". (2 copies).
December 13, 1954. Artists Series. "Agnes Moorhead: That Fabulous Redhead".
(2 copies).
December 14, 1954. Department of Music. "The University Concert Singers".
February 19, 1955. "The University Dames present The Faculty Players in Light Up The
Sky by Moss Hart".
February 20, 1955. Artists Series. "Arthur Fielder and the Boston Pops Tour Orchestra".
(2 copies).
March 3, 1955. Artists Series. "Andres Segovia, Guitarist". (4 copies).
April 18, 1955. Artists Series. "Theodore Ullmann, Pianist".
Week of May 9, 1955. Department of Music and Department of Speech. "The Marriage
of Figaro, Act II by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart" and "A Room in Time in One Act by
Charles Kent".

9. 1955-56
1955-1956. Artists Series. Schedule of Events.
1955-56. Artists Series. "The Robert Shaw Chorale and Concert Orchestra".
November 1, 1955. Artists Series. "The United States Marine Band".
November 21, 1955. Oxford Lions Club. "Dorothy Berliner Commins, Pianist".
January 15, 1956. Department of Art. Introduction to Art Student Exhibit. {Not Present}
February 2, 1956. Artists Series. "Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing by Players
Incorporated".
April 12, 1956. Artists Series. "Robert Goldsand, Pianist". (2 copies).
April 23, 1956. "The University of Mississippi presents in Concert 'The Wind Symphony'".
(3 copies).
May 10, 1956. Artists Series. "Mischa Elman, Violinist".
May 13, 1956. Department of Music and Physical Education. "The University Chorus,
Joseph Golz, Conductor and The Modern Dance Group, Thora McCready Golz, Director".
(4 copies).
May 14, 1956. Department of Art. Annual Student Exhibition.
June 25, 1956. Department of Music. "Noriko Oka, Violinist with Esther Oelrich, Pianist".

10. 1956-57
November 7, 1956. Artists Series. "Boris Goldovsky's Opera Theatre in 'The Secret
Marriage". (3 copies).
November 11, 1956. Department of Art. Reginald Neal exhibit.
November 20, 1956. Department of Music. "Mark Hoffman, pianist in Recital".
November 27, 1956. Artists' Series. "Julliard String Quartet".
February 28, 1957. Artists Series. "The National Ballet of Canada".
March 17, 1957. Artists Series. "The National Symphony Orchestra". (2 copies).
April 1, 1957. Department of Political Science. Clinton Golden seminars.
April 14, 1957. "The University Chorus Concert of Music for the Lenten Season".
(2 copies).

11. 1957-58
1957-58 Artists Series Program.
October 17, 1957. Artists Series. "The Pamplona Choir from Spain".
November 1, 1957. "'The Tender Trap' by Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith".
November 14, 1957. Department of Music. Mark Hoffman, pianist.
November 25, 1957. Artists Series. "The Fine Arts Quartet".
December 8, 1957. Department of Music. "Esther Oelrich, Organist in Faculty Recital".
December 11, 1957. Artists Series. "The Dublin Players in Sean O'Casey's 'Juno and the
Paycock'".
December 13, 1957. Department of Music. "Christmas Carols by Candle Light: The
Concert Singers, The Madrigal Singers, The Brass Ensemble".
December 18, 1958. Department of Music. The Concert Band. {Not Present}
January 1, 1958. Artists Series memorandum.
January 9, 1958. Artists Series. "Lionel Nowak, Pianist".
February 5, 1958. Artist Series. "Ballet Theatre Foundation presents American Ballet
Theatre, Lucia Chase and Oliver Smith, Directors". (3 copies).
February 14, 1958. Artists' Series. "George Finckel, Cellist". (2 copies).
February 23, 1958. Artists Series memorandum.
February 24, 1958. Department of History. Walter Prescott Webb seminars.
March 4, 1958. Artists Series. "Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Antal Dorati,
Conductor".
March 11, 1958. Department of Music. "Arthur Kreutz, Violinist, Esther Oelrich, Pianist".
March 18, 1958. Department of Music. "Theodore C. Lange, Pianist".
March 25, 1958. The Woman's Book Club presents organ recital by Mrs Ruth Brubaker.
April 19, 1958. University Dance Club, Annual Banquet Dance. The Swan Song
Symphony.

12. 1958-59
September 22, 1958. Artists Series memorandum.
October 28, 1958. Artists Series. "Lester Osterman and Hillard Elkins present Martyn
Green, Robert Rounseville, Irra Petina in 'Candide'". (2 copies).
November 1 - 30, 1958. John E. Fontaine exhibit at Mary Buie Museum.
November 6, 1958. Artists Series. "Giorgio Ciompi, Violinist and Arthur Loesser, Pianist
in a Program of Sonatas for Violin and Piano". (2 copies).
November 20, 1959. Artists Series. "Elaine Malbin, Soprano of the San Francisco and
NBC Operas". (3 copies).
December 18, 1958. The Concert Band. A Program of Music as it Was performed at the
World Music Festival and at the Brussels World's Fair.
January 6, 1959. Artists Series. "Sigurd Rascher, Concert Saxophonist with Esther Oelrich
at the Piano".
January 8 & 9, 1959. Departments of Music and Dance. "'Sourwood Mountain' A Folk
Opera by Arthur Kreutz and Zoe Lund Schiller". (4 copies).
February 5, 1959. Artists Series. "Players Incorporated in Sophocles' 'Oedipus Rex'".
(2 copies).
February 12, 1959. Department of Music. "Mark Hoffman,
pianist in Faculty Recital".
March 5, 1959. Artists Series. "Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Paul Paray, Music Director
and Conductor". (3 copies).
March 10, 1959. Department of Music. Arthur Kroetz & Esther Oelrich.
April 14, 1959. Department of Music. "The Claremont Quartet".

13. 1959-60
1959-60 Artists Series program.
1959-60. Artists Series. "Leonard Pennario, Pianist".
October 4-25, 1959. Mary Buie Museum. Jose Luis Barro of Madrid Spain".
October 26, 1959. Artists Series. "'The Most Happy Fella' by Frank Loesser".
November 12, 1959. Department of Music. "Isobel DeMarco, Pianist in a Chopin
Programme". (2 copies).
December 15, 1959. Department of Music. "The Annual Christmas Concert of the
University Chorus".
Artists Series. "The National Ballet Theatre of Finland".
January-May 1960. University Gallery. Exhibits.
February 9, 1960. Department of Music. "Arthur Kreutz, violinist, Esther Oelrich, pianist
in Faculty Recital".
February 21, 1960. Artists Series. "The Robert Shaw Chorale and Orchestra".
February 28, 1960. Department of Music. Sarah Ann Johnson, organist in Senior Recital.
March 1, 1960. Artists Series. "Katherine Cornell, Brian Aherne in 'Dear Liar'".
March 23, 1960. Department of Music. University Symphony Orchestra.
April 28, 1960. Department of Music. "University Symphony Orchestra, Arthur Kreutz,
director".

14. 1960-61
1960-61 Artists Series program.
November 17, 1960. Artists Series. "The Little Orchestra, Thomas Scherman, Musical
Director and Conductor presents L'Engance du Christ by Hector Berlioz".
November 30, 1960. Artists Series. "The Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater production of
'Don Giovanni' by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart".
December 12-14, 1960. The University Players present 'Dear Brutus'.
January 1961. Mary Buie Museum. Jere Real, Halcyone Barnes, Bess Dawson and Ruth
Atkinson exhibits.
January 16, 1961. Artists Series. "George London, Baritone of the Metropolitan Opera
Association".
February 14, 1961. Department of Music. Arthur Kreutz, violinist & Esther Oelrich, pianist
in faculty recital.
February 22, 1961. Department of Classics. George D. Kilpatrick lectures.
March 2, 1961. Artists Series. "Elia Kazan's Production of 'J.B.' by Archibald MacLeish".
(2 copies).
March 23, 24, & 25, 1961. University Players. "Rogers and Hammerstein's 'Carousel'".
April 4, 1961. Richard E. Neustadt Lectures on the Presidency.
April 11, 1961. Artists Series. "Ruggiero Ricci, violinist with Leon Pommers at the
Piano".
May 1, 1961. Department of Music. "'The University Greys' by Arthur Zoe Kreutz".
(2 copies).
May 9, 1961. University Dames. "'The Ponder Heart' based on the book by Eudora
Welty".
May 21, 1961. Department of Music. "Leon De Loach, Baritone Assisted by Joan Melton,
Pianist in Senior Recital".

15. 1961-62
October 31, 1961. Artists Series. "Tyrone Guthrie's production of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur
Sullivan's 'The Pirates of Penzance'".
November 8-11, 1961. University Players. "William Inge's 'Bus Stop'".
November 27, 1961. Christopher Longest Lectures. Sturgis Elleno Leavitt, "The Prince of
Wales and the Spanish Infanta"
November 28, 1961. Artists Series. "Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. presents American
Ballet Theatre, Lucia Chase and Oliver Smith, Directors". (2 copies).
December 5-9, 1961. University Players. "'Twelve Angry Men' by Reginald Rose".
January 6, 1962. Artists Series. "The Festival Quartet".
January 16, 1962. Artists Series. "Lee Luvisi, Pianist". (2 copies).
February 8, 1962. Artists Series. "The Robert Shaw Chorale and Orchestra". (2 copies).
February 22, 1962. Department of Music. "Carl Alette, pianist in Faculty Recital".
February 26, 1962. Artists Series. "The Cleveland Playhouse production of 'Arms and the
Man' by Bernard Shaw".
February 27, 1962. Department of Music. "Leon De Loach, Baritone assisted by Sara
Frances Russel, Pianist in Master Recital".
March 8, 1962. Department of Music. "Arthur Kreutz, violinist, Joan Milton, pianist".
(2 copies).
March 10, 1962. St. Peter's Episcopal Church. "Jean Langlais, Organist and Composer". (2 copies).
March 21, 1962. Artists Series. "Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Izler Solomon,
Conductor". (2 copies).
March 27, 1962. Department of Music. "Harriett Emerson, violinist, Esther Oelrich,
pianist".
April 12, 1962. College of Liberal Arts. "Mark Hoffman, pianist in Recital".
April 24, 1962. Department of English, History, Sociology and Anthropology. Arthur
Palmer Hudson lecture, "College Folklore, with Ole Miss Versions and Analogues".
April 25, 26, 27, & 28, 1962. "Rogers and Hammerstein's 'South Pacific'". (2 copies).
May 10, 1962. "Pop's Concert University Band".
May 15, 1962. University Chorus and University Concert Singers. "Felix Mendelssohn's
Sacred Oratorio". "Elijah"
May 16, 1962. Department of Music. "The Opera Workshop". (2 copies).

16. 1962-63
October 9, 1962. Artist Series. "Hal Holbrook 'Mark Twain Tonight!' A Recreation of
America's Greatest Humorist".
November 6, 1962. Artist Series. "The Little Orchestra Thomas Scherman with Frank
Glazer, Piano Soloist".
November 20, 1962. Artist Series. "The Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater (New England
Opera Theater, Inc.) Boris Goldovsky, Artistic Director presents 'La Traviata'". (2 copies).
November 27, 1962. University Symphony Orchestra. (2 copies).
December 12-14, 1962. University Theater. "'Seven Year Itch' by George Axelrod".
January 11-12, 1963. University Theater and the Department of Music. "The Marriage of
Figaro".
February 18, 1963. Artist Series. "San Francisco Ballet". (2 copies).
February 28, 1963. Artist Series. "New York Pro Musica, Noah Greenburg, Musical
Director". (2 copies).
March 3, 1963. Mary Buie Museum. Indonesian Artistry.
March 21, 1963. Artists Series. "The Lenox Quartet". (2 copies).
March 27, 1963. St. Peter's Episcopal Church. "Buxtehude, Jesu, Joy and Treasure Jesu,
Meine Freunde, A Sacred Cantata".
April 28, 1963. Department of Music. University Symphony Orchestra.
May 1, 1963. Department of Music. Carolyn Kerr, clarinetist, in senior recital.
May 3, 1963. Artist Series. "Ruth Slenczynska, Pianist".

17. 1963-64
October 27, 1963. Artists Series. "The Schola Cantorum of New York, Dr. Hugh Ross,
Director". (2 copies).
November 12, 1963. Artists Series. "Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater, Boris Goldovsky,
Artistic Director, presents 'Tosca'".
December 2, 1963. Christopher Longest Lectures. Essner C. Mossner, "David Hume and
Enlightenment"
December 3, 1963. Artists Series. "The Hungarian Quartet".
December 8, 1963. Department of Music. "Esther Oelrich, Organist in Vesper Faculty
Recital".
December 9, 1963. Artists Series. "Ruggiero Ricci, Violinist". (2 copies).
December 17, 1963. Department of Music. "The Concert Singers and the University
Chorus, James Coleman, Conductor, Esther Oelrich, Organist, Sue Chancellor, Pianist,
Charles Phillips, Pianist in a Choral Concert".
February 11, 1964. Department of Music. Arthur Kreutz & Joan Melton in concert.
February 17, 1964. Artist Series. "American Ballet Theatre". (2 copies).
February 27, 1964. Artist Series. "The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra". (2 copies).
March 10, 1964. Artist Series. "Cesare Valletti, Tenor".
April 17, 1964. Artist Series. "Royal Shakespeare Company... 'The Hollow Crown'".
(2 copies).
May 3, 1964. College of Liberal Arts. Wade Johnson, Jr., Tenor and Sue Chancellor,
Accompanist".1964. "American Ballet Theatre, 1940-1964".

18. 1964-65
1964-65. University Theatre. "Joseph Hayes' 'The Desperate Hours'". (2 copies).
1964-65. University Theatre. "Anton Chekhov's 'The Sea Gull'".
1964-65. University Theatre. Alpha Psi Omega Showcase. "Mirrors, Don Juan in Hell"
Fall, 1964. Helen Hayes Repertory Company. "Hamlet". {Not Present}
October 12, 1964. Artist Series. "Guiomar Novaes". (2 copies).
October 29, 1964. Artist Series. "Edgar Lee Masters' 'Spoon River'". (2 copies).
November 30, 1964. Artist Series. "Gilbert & Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore'".
December 1, 1964. Christopher Longest Lecture.
December 5, 1964. Department of Music. "Esther Oelrich, Organist in Faculty Recital".
1965. Museum of Anthropology. Tyson and Buie Collection of Oriental Art.
February 9, 1965. Department of Music. Arthur Kreutz & Joan Melton in concert.
March 4, 1965. Artist Series. "Juilliard String Quartet".
March 11, 1965. Artist Series. "The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Eleazar De Carvalho,
Conductor and Music Director". (2 copies).
March 12, 1965. "University Dancers in Concert".
March 26-27, 1965. University Opera Theatre. "Carmen".
April 2, 1965. Artist Series. "Jose Greco and his Gypsies with Nana Lorca and Maria
Soto".
April 6, 1965. College of Liberal Arts. Mark Hoffman, Pianist. {Not Present}
April 12, 1965. Artist Series. "The Gregg Smith Singers, Gregg Smith, Director".

19. 1965-66
October 12, 1965. Artist Series. "Grand Ballet Classique de France".
November 8, 1965. Artist Series. "Quartetto Di Roma".
December 5, 1965. Department of Music. "Esther Oelrich, Organist in Faculty Recital".
December 10-11, 1965. UM Opera Theatre. "Fledermaus"
January 7, 1966. Artist Series. "John Alexander, Tenor, Metropolitan Opera Association". (2 copies).
February 5, 1966. Artist Series. "Hans Conried in 'The Absence of a Cello' by Ira
Wallach".
February 24, 1966. Artist Series. "The Krakow Choir and Orchestra".
March 8, 1966. Artist Series. "Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater...La Boheme".
March 15, 1966. Department of Music. Arthur Kreutz & Joan Melton in concert.
March 24 & 25, 1966. "The University Dancers presents a Spring Concert".
March 31, 1966. Artist Series. "The Romeros, Guitarists".
April 25, 1966. Artist Series. New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Directed
by Werner Torkanowsky.
May 10, 1966. Department of Music. University Symphony Orchestra performance.

20. 1966-67
1966-67 Exhibition Schedule. (3 copies).
1966-67 Artist Series program. (2 copies).
November 8, 1966. Artist Series. "Ballet Folklore of Mexico".
November 13, 1966. Department of Music. Joint Faculty Recital.
November 15, 1966. Artist Series. "The Gregg Smith Singers, Gregg Smith, Director".
November 28, 1966. Department of Modern Languages. The Christopher Longest
Lectures.
November 29, 1966. Artist Series. "Claudio Arrau".
December 5, 1966. Artist Series. "Nancy Walker, Scott McKay in 'Luv' by Murray
Schisgal". (2 copies).
January 15, 1967. Department of Music. Mark Hoffman, pianist.
February 14, 1967. Artist Series. "Quartetto Italiano".
February 23, 1967. Department of Music. Faculty recital.
March 2, 1967. Artist Series. "The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, William Steinberg,
Music Director".
March 11, 1967. Artist Series. "Goldovsky Opera Theater presents 'Rigoletto'".
April 6, 1967. Department of Music. Chamber Ensemble Recital. {Not Present}
April 16, 1967. Artist Series. "The University of Michigan Professional Theatre Program
production of 'An Evening's Frost' by Donald Hall".
May 18, 1967. Department of Music. "The University Concert Singers in a Choral
Concert".



Box 3
Folders:

1. 1967-68
1967-68 Department of Art Gallery Schedule.
1967-68 Artist Series.
October 26, 1967. Artist Series. "Goldovsky Opera Theatre presents 'The Barber of
Seville'". (2 copies).
October 31, 1967. Artist Series. "The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Karel Ancerl,
Conductor".
November 29, 1967. Department of Music. "University Symphony Orchestra".
November 30, 1967. Artist Series. "Manitas de Plata, Flamenco Guitarist".
December 5, 1967. Artist Series. "Dorothy Lamour in The New York Critics' Circle
Award Musical 'Hello, Dolly!'". (2 copies).
December 7, 1967. Department of Music. "The University Chamber Ensemble".
December 12-16, 1967. Music Festival.
January 28-February 8, 1968. Art Exhibition for School Children of Oxford and Lafayette
County, Mary Buie Museum {Not Present}
February 13, 1968. Department of Music. "Arthur Kreutz, violinist, Joan Melton, pianist".
February 19, 1968. Artist Series. "Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale, duo-pianists".
February 27, 1968. Department of Music. Faculty recital: Wanda Nelson & Leland Fox
with Sarah Kelley.
March 8, 1968. Artist Series. "Harkness Ballet".
March 28, 1968. Artist Series. "New York Woodwind Quintet".
April 4, 1968. Artist Series. "Joint Recital, Die Kammermusiker of Zurich and the
Riverside Singers".
July 9, 1968. Music Department. Mark Hoffman, Pianist.


2. 1968-69
1968-1969. University Gallery. Schedule of Exhibits.
1968-1969. Artist Series schedule. (2 copies.)
October 3, 1968. Artist Series. "S. Hurok presents Mischa Dichter, pianist".
November 13, 1968. Artist Series. "Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater presents 'Carmen'".
November 18, 1968. Artist Series. "Orchestre de Paris".
November 20, 1968. Department of Music. "University Symphony Orchestra".
November 24, 1968. Department of Music. "Gabor Carelli, Tenor, Metropolitan Opera
Company".
December 8, 1968. Department of Music. "Esther Oelrich, Organist in Faculty Recital".
December 17, 1968. Department of Music. "The Christmas Story as told in 'The Messiah'
by J.F. Handel".
February 10, 1969. Artist Series. "Jose Molina Bailes Espanoles".
February 17, 1969. Artist Series. "Metropolitan Opera Studio Ensemble in A Program of
Shakespeare in Opera and Song".
February 25, 1969. Artist Series. "Jan Sterling in Peter Shaffer's 'Black Comedy' preceded
by a Companion Piece The White Liars'".
February 26, 1969. Department of Music. "A Concert of Music by Gail Kubik".
March 13, 1969. Artist Series. "The Cologne Chamber Orchestra".
March 19, 1969. Department of Music. "University Symphony Orchestra".
March 27, 1969. Artist Series. "The Whit/Lo Singers".
March 31 & April 1, 1969. Departments of English, Music, and Speech and Theatre.
"Senator and Mrs. Michael Butler Yeats, Life and Poetry of William Butler Yeats".
April 21-25, 1969. Music Festival. (2 copies)
May 16, 1969. Department of Music. "The University Chamber Ensemble in Recital".
July 1, 1969. Department of Music. The University Quartet.
July-Aug 1969. Ole Miss Summer Showcase presents "The Little Foxes" (2 copies).

3. 1969-70
1969-70 Artist Series schedule. (2 copies.)
October 14, 1969. Artist Series. "Dragoslav Dzadzevic's 'Frula'".
Artist Series. "Osipov Balalaika Orchestra of Moscow with stars of the Bolshoi Opera and
Russian Dancers".
November 4, 1969. Artist Series. "Zev Bufman and Dorothy Love present 'Your Own
Thing' a new rock musical by Hal Hester and Danny Apolinar".
November 29, 1969. "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead".
February 19, 1970. Artist Series. "Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater presents 'La Traviata'".
March 3, 1970. Artist Series. "Claude Kipnis Mime Theatre presents 'Opus Blue .Is Pink'".
March 3, 1970. Artist Series. "Conjunto Brasileiro".
April 1970. Mary Buie Museum. Porcelain Figurines by Cybis and Ispanky.
April 9 & 10, 1970. "Don Giovanni" (2 copies).
April 16, 1970. Artist Series. "Indiana State Symphony Society Inc.".
1970 Summer Showcase. "Gale Storm in 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown'".
1970 Summer Showcase. Robert Horton in "Carousel", with Marilynn Horton.

4. 1970-71
1970-71. Artist Series Program. (2 copies).
October 15, 1970. Department of Music. "Arthur Kreutz, violinist, Raymond Leibau,
pianist".
October 20, 1970. Artist Series. "The World of Gilbert and Sullivan".
November 10, 1970. Artist Series. "Vladimir Krainev, First-Prize Winner of the
International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition Moscow, 1970.
December 7, 1970. Artist Series. "S. Hurok presents Emlyn Williams as Charles Dickens".
December 10, 1970. Department of Music. "The University Chamber Ensemble in
Recital".
February 2, 1971. Artist Series. "The Pennsylvania Ballet, Barbara Wesberger, Artistic
Director".
February 24, 1971. Artist Series. "The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra".
March 17, 1971. Artist Series. "Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater presents 'Don Giovanni'".
April 21, 1971. Artist Series. "New York Pro Musica".
July 23, 1971. Department of Music. Ronald Hooten, recital.
July 29 1971. Department of Music. James Kenneth Simpson, recital.
August 9, 1971. Department of Music. Theresa Stovall, recital.
August 10, 1971. Department of Music. Larry D. Smith, recital.

5. 1971-72
1971-72 Artist Series Schedule. (3 copies).
September 18-October 19, 1971. Fine Arts Center. Marie Hull Exhibit.
November 3, 1971. Department of Music. "Student Recital".
December 6, 1971. Artist Series. "Orchestra Michelangelo Di Firenze".
February 7, 1972. Artist Series. "National Orchestra of Belgium".
February 24, 1972. Artist Series. "Fiesta Mexicanna".
March 7, 1972. Artist Series. "Witold Malcuzynski, Pianist".
March 16-17, 1972. Opera Theatre presents "Pagliacci".
March 21, 1972. Artist Series. "Janos Starker, Cellist". (2 copies).
April 23, 1972. Department of Music. "Junior Recital, Margarita Stanford, pianist".
April 30, 1972. Department of Music. "Guest Recital, Mark Hoffman, pianist".
May 7, 1972. Department of Music. University Symphony Orchestra.
May 11, 1972. Department of Music. "The University Symphonic Band and the University
Concert Band".
May 21, 1972. Department of Music. "The University Women's Chorus Concert".

6. 1972-73
1972-1973. Department of Speech and Theatre. Season schedule.
1972-1973. Department of Art. University Gallery Exhibition Schedule.
1972-1973. Artists Series. Calendar of Events.
1972-73. Artist Series. "Canadian Opera Company, 'Cosi Fan Tutte'".
September 19, 1972. Department of Music. "Natalia Da Roza, pianist in Faculty Recital".
September 21, 1972. Artist Series. "Christopher Parkening, Classical Guitarist".
October 1, 1972. Fine Arts Center. Lyle Ward exhibit.
October 2, 1972. Department of Music. Faculty recital.
October 16, 1972. Department of Music. "Guest Recital, Guy A. Hargrove, Tenor".
November 2, 1972. Artist Series. "The Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra".
November 16, 1972. Department of Music. "University Chamber Ensemble in Recital".
December 4, 1972. Artist Series. "Prague Chamber Orchestra".
January 19, 1973. Fine Arts Center. "One Man Exhibition, Ron J. Alexander".
January 21, 1973. Department of Music. "Faculty Recital, Raymond Liebau, pianist".
January 25, 1973. Artist Series. "Lili Kraus, Pianist".
March 7, 1973. Department of English. The First James Edwin Savage Lecture in the
Renaissance. (2 copies)
March 11, 1973. Department of Music. "Natalia Da Roza and Desmond Kincaid in a
Recital of Music for Two Pianos".
April 5-6, 1973. Opera Theatre. "The Mikado"
April 29, 1973. Department of Music. "The University Symphony Orchestra".
1973. Artist Series. "Bach Aria Group".

7. 1973-74
1973-1974. Artist Series. Calendar of Events. (2 copies).
November 14, 1973. Department of Music. "University Woodwind Ensemble in Recital".
November 27, 1973. Department of Music. "Samuel Porter, Organist".
February 3, 1974. Department of Music. "Natalia Da Rosa, Piano".
February 3, 1974. Department of Art. Annual Graduate Student Exhibition.
March 7, 1974. Department of Music. The Second James Edwin Savage Lecture in the
Renaissance.
March 13, 1974. Artist Series. "Alicia De Larrocha, Pianist".
March 31, 1974. Department of Music. "Samuel Porter, Organist".
April 1 - 30 1974. Mary Buie Museum. Marshall Bouldin III exhibit.
April 3, 1974. Artist Series. "Edith Peinemann".
April 16, 1974. Department of Music. "'What Are Brahms???' by The University
Consort".
April 24, 1974. Department of Music. The University Choral Union. "Hayden's 'The
Creation'".
April 28, 1974. Department of Music. "The University Symphony".
May 19 - June 12, 1974. Mary Buie Museum. Marjorie Liebman exhibit.
June 16, 1974. Mary Buie Museum. Mississippi Pen Women and Mid-South Poets.
July 7, 1974. Mary Buie Museum. Emma Knowlton Lytle exhibit.
1974. Artist Series. "Betty Allen".
March 7, 1974. Savage Lecture Series Program.

8. 1974-75
1974-75 Artist Series Schedule. (3 copies).
August 11, 1974. Department of Music. "Susan Hull Forster, piano".
September 29, 1974. Department of Music. "Natalia Da Roza, piano".
October 6, 1974. University Galleries. Art Faculty Exhibition.
October 8, 1974. Artist Series. "Pilar Lorengar, Soprano".
October 27, 1974. Department of Music. "The University Symphony Orchestra".
October 29, 1974. Artist Series. "Shirley Verrett, Mezzo-Soprano". (2 copies).
November 11, 1974. Artist Series. "Claude Kipnis Mime Theatre".
November 13-15, 1974. University Theatre. "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
November 19, 1974. Department of Music. "The University Chorus and The Tupelo Civic
Chorus in Antonin Dvorak's 'Sabat Mater'".
January 23, 24, & 25, 1975. The University Bands. "1975 Mid South Honor Band".
March 9, 1975. Department of Music. "The University Symphonic Band".
March 11, 1975. Artist Series. "The Harkness Ballet".
March 13, 1975. Department of Music. "The University Woodwind Ensembles in Recital".
March 18, 1975. Department of Music. "June Berveiler, piano".
April 4, 1975. Department of Music. "Junior Recital, Michelle McKinney, piano".
April 15, 1975. Department of Music. "The University Percussion Ensemble and The
University of Mississippi Brass Quintet and The Symphonic Brass Choir". (3 copies).
April 15, 1975. The Third James Edwin Savage Lecture in the Renaissance.
April 16, 1975. Department of Music. "Nancy Vinson, Flute and Samuel Porter, Piano and
Harpischord assisted by Bonnie Floyd, Violoncello and Mark Bingham, Oboe".
(2 copies).
April 17, 1975. Artist Series. "Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra". (2 copies).
April 24, 1975. Department of Music. "Senior Recital, Lin Williamson, soprano".
April 27, 1975. Department of Music. "The University Symphony Orchestra".
April 27, 1975. Department of Music. "The University Symphony Orchestra".
April 27, 1975. Department of Music. "Senior Recital, Jerrylyn Dubose, soprano".
April 29, 1975. Department of Music. "Senior Recital, Marsha Brooks, soprano".
May 4-11, 1975. "The Oxford Music Club and the University of Mississippi Music
Department present 'An Evening of American Music".
May 18, 1975. The Tchaikowsky Youth Music Club. "Peter McDowell, pianist".
1975. Artist Series. "Michael Lorimer".

9. 1975-76
1975-76 Artist Series Schedule. (3 copies).
1975-1976. Ole Miss Jazz Band performances.
October 9, 1975. Artist Series. "Donald Gramm". (2 copies).
October 27, 1975. Artist Series. "Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater 'Don Giovanni'".
November 10, 1975. Artist Series. "Yarbrough & Cowan, duo- pianists".
November 11, 1975. Department of Music. "Second Annual Student Soloists Concert".
November 17, 1975. Department of Music. "Maurice Rhynard, horn".
November 18, 1975. Artist Series. "Paco De Lucia".
December 9, 1975. Department of Music. "The University Chorus and Concert Singers
'Music in America'".
February 10, 1976. Artist Series. "Teresa Zylis-Gara". (2 copies).
March 2, 1976. Department of Music. "The University Woodwind Ensembles in a Recital
of American Music".
March 7, 1976. Department of Music. "The University Symphonic Band".
March 8, 1976. The Fourth James Edwin Savage Lecture in the Renaissance.
April 9-10, 1976. Southern Literary Festival. {Not Present}
April 13, 1976. Department of Music. "Felix Mendelssohn's Elijah'" (2 copies).
April 22, 1976. "'Help is on the Way' with The Group in Concert".
July 19, 1976. Department of Music. "Graduate Recital, John Michael Bozone, Piano".
March 8, 1976. Savage Lecture Series Program.

10. 1976-77
1976-1977. Artist Series. Calendar of Events. (2 copies).
1976-1977. University Galleries. Schedule of Exhibits.
August 1, 1976. Fine Arts Center. "Impressions of Faulkner Country".
1976. Artist Series. "The New Shakespeare Company performing 'The Tempest'".
September 22-24, 1976. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "What Was
Freedom's Price?"
October 26, 1976. Artist Series. "The New Shakespeare Company performing 'Hamlet'".
November 8, 1976. Artist Series. "Elly Ameling, soprano".
November 16, 1976. Department of Music. "The University Symphony Orchestra Third
Annual Student Soloists Concert".
February 9, 1977. Artist Series. "Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company".
February 24, 1977. Artist Series. "Gail Robinson and William Walker".
March-May 1977. Mississippi Artists Competitive Exhibition.
March 6, 1977. Artist Series. "The Robert Wagner Chorale".
March 9, 1977. The Fifth James Edwin Savage Lecture in the Renaissance. "Shakespeare
on Film".
April 12, 1977. Department of Music. Symphony Orchestra.
1977. Artist Series. "John Michalski and Kurt Kasznar in 'Sherlock Holmes'".
July 31, 1977. Fine Arts Center. "Impressions of Faulkner Country by William C. Baggett,
Jr.".
March 9, 1977. Savage Lecture Series Program.

11. 1977-78
1977-1978. Artist Series. Calendar of Events. (2 copies).
1977-78 Fine Arts Center Exhibition Schedule.
1977. Artist Series. "The Orlin and Irene Corey Production 'The Book of Job'".
October 3, 1977. Artist Series. "Daniel Heifetz".
October 5-7, 1977. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "Race Relations in the
South, 1890-1945." {Not Present}
October 23, 1977. Artist Series. "'Lucnica' Czechoslovakian Folk Ballet".
November 15, 1977. Artist Series. "Mignon Dunn".
January 29, 1978. Artist Series. "Camerata Orchestra of Salzburg".
February 2, 1978. Artist Series. "The Canadian Opera Company performing 'The Barber of
Seville'".
February 23-25, 1978. University of Mississippi Opera Theatre Presents. "Don Carlos".
{Not Present}
March 2, 1978. Artist Series. "Paul Schenly".
March 12, 1978. Department of Music. University Concert and Symphonic Bands.
March 14, 1978. The Sixth James Edwin Savage Lecture in the Renaissance.
March 28, 1978. Artist Series. "William Windom in Thurber II".

12. 1978-79
1978-79 Artist Series Schedule. (2 copies).
October 2-4, 1978. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "Have We Overcome?" {Not Present}
October 22, 1978. Department of Music. Raymond Liebau recital.
October 31, 1978. Artist Series. "Bob Greene's 'The World of Jelly Roll Morton".
November 1, 1978. Department of Music. University Symphony Orchestra.
November 14, 1978. Department of Music. University Woodwind Ensembles.
November 20, 1978. Artist Series. "James Dick".
December 5, 1978. Artist Series. "Atlanta Ballet".
January 26, 1979. Artist Series. "Canadian Opera 'The Marriage of Figaro'".
February 6, 1979. Artist Series. "Budapest Symphony Orchestra".
March 6, 1979. Department of Music. University Symphony.
March 8, 1979. Artist Series. "William Harness".
April 22, 1979. Department of Music. University Symphonic Band.
February 15, 1979. Savage Lecture Series Program.

13. 1979-80
1979-80 Artist Series Schedule. (3 copies).
September 13, 1979. Artist Series. "Leonard Pennario, pianist".
October 7, 1979. Artist Series. "'Doina' Romanian Folk Ballet of Bucharest".
October 8-9, 1979. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "When the South Was
West." {Not Present}
October 15, 1979. Department of Modern Language and English. The Christopher Longest
Lectures.
October 16, 1979. Artist Series. "Roy Spencer presents 'The First Edition of D.H.
Lawrence".
October 30, 1979. Artist Series. "The New York Brass Quintet".
December 3, 1979. Artist Series. "Oregon Mime Theatre".
January 29, 1980. Artist Series. "The Royal Winnipeg Ballet".
March 5, 1980. School of Pharmacy. Paul Rogers Lecture.
March 20, 1980. Artist Series. "Gilbert and Sullivan A La Carte".
April 1, 1980. Savage Lecture Series Program.

14. 1980-1981
1980-1981. Artist Series.
October 6-7, 1980. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "The Indian Experience
in the Southeast".
December 2, 1980. The Jackson Ballet program.
April 13, 1981. Savage Lecture Series Program.

15. 1981-1982
1981-1982. Artist Series. (2 copies).
1981-1982. Theatre Season.
14-16 October. Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History.
"The Old South in the Crucible of War".
5 November 1981. Westminster Choir.
April 21, 1982. Leontyne Price in honor of Women's Centennial. February 11-13 1982.
Theatre Department. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest".
April 26, 1982. Savage Lecture Series Program.


BOX 4
Folders:

1. 1982-1983
1982-1983. Artist Series.
n.d. UM Artists Series presents "Mummenschanz".
November 29-30, 1983. Department of Music. Cesar Franck Recital.
January 20, 1983. Winter Convocation in honor of Women's Centennial.
March 25, 1983. Symphonic Band. Spring Concert.
Apr 5, 1983. UM Artist Series. Ballet Folclorico Nacional De Mexico.
April 11, 1983. The Eleventh James Edwin Savage Lecture in the Renaissance.

2. 1983-1984
1983-1984. Artist Series.
October 12-14, 1983. Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern
History. "The New Deal and The South."
Nov 2, 1983. UM Artist Series. The Norman Luboff Choir.
Nov 21, 1983. UM Artist Series presents the Canadian Brass.
Feb 15, 1984. UM Artist Series presents William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night".
Mar 20, 1984. UM Artist Series. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
April 9, 1984. Savage Lecture Series Program.

3. 1984-1985
1984-1985. Artist Series.
September 11, 1984. UM Artist Series. Kevin McCarthy in "Give 'Em Hell Harry!"
Sept 27-29, 1984. 1984 Homecoming Musical: "Kiss Me, Kate".
October 3, 1984. Sarah Isom Center. "The Changing Role of Women in the Church"
panel.
October 3-5, 1984. Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History.
"Religion in the South".
November 28, 1984. UM Artist Series. The Boston Camerata. Joel Cohen, Director in "A
Medieval Christmas"
April 15, 1985. Savage Lecture Series Program.
April 18, 19 & 20. University Theatre presents "Amadeus".

4. 1985-1986
October 2-4, 1985. Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History.
"The Civil Rights Movement".
October 10, 1985. The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
October 24-26, 1985. University Theatre & Department of Music present "My Fair Lady".
November 5-9, 1985. University Theatre presents "Key Exchange".
November 12-16, 1985. University Theatre presents "Agnes of God".
November 19-23, 1985. University Theatre presents "Elephant Man"
Jan 30 - Feb 1, 1986. University Theatre presents "Royal Gambit".
Jan 16, 1986. UM Artist Series presents Misha Dichter in joint recital with Cipa Dichter.
Feb 19-22, 1986. University Theatre presents "Baby".
March 17, 1986. Silver Anniversary Christopher Longest Lecture.
March 24, 1986. Savage Lecture Series Program.
June 26-28, 1986. Summer Showcase '86. "Barnum".
Jul 17-19, 1986. Summer Showcase '86. Festival of Southern Theatre program.
Jul 31 - Aug 2, 1986. Summer Showcase '86. "A Chorus Line".
1985-86. Artist Series. Poster & Subscription Order Form. (2 copies).

5. 1986-1987
1986-1987 Artist Series.
September 30, 1986. Department of Music. "An Evening of Music with Dardanelle".
October 1-3 1986. Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History.
"Society in the Colonial South".'
November 25, 1986. Department of Music. Linda Bustamante and Raymond Leibau
Recital.
Feb 18, 1987. UM Artist Series presents "Ballet de France, Paris".
March 3, 1987. Department of Music. Spring Concert.
March 18, 1987. UM Artist Series presents Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra.
July 23, 1987. Department of Music. Hot Summer Jazz Concert.
April 7, 1987. Savage Lecture Series Program.

6. 1987-1988
October 5, 1987. UM Artist Series presents "A Night in Vienna".
October 7-9, 1987. Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "The South and the Constitutional Convention and Bill of Rights".
November 19, 1987. UM Artist Series presents the New York Woodwind Quintet.
December 13, 1987. Department of Music. "Messiah"
February 9, 1988. Savage Lecture Series Program. (3 copies)
March 21, 1988. UM Artist Series presents Ballet Hispanico of New York.
April 14, 1988. UM Artist Series presents Masterplayers Chamber Orchestra.
April 21-23, 1988. UM Opera Theatre. "Tartuffe"

7. 1988-1989
1988-1989 Artist Series.
October 1, 1988. University Theatre. "The Mousetrap"
October 5-7, 1988. The Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern
History. "War and Southern Society."
October 13, 1988. UM Artists Series presents "Musica Antiqua Köln".
3-5 November 1988. University Theatre. "South Pacific".
November 4, 1988. University Museums. Jitterbuggin' Picnic.
November 15, 1988. UM Artist Series presents Tchaikovsky Chamber Orchestra & Ruth
Laredo with Lazar Gosman.
December 6-7, 1988. Ole Miss Madrigal Singers. "Ye Olde Madrigal Christmasse Feaste"
February 23-25, 1989. University Theatre. "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940"
March 21, 1989. Savage Lecture Series Program.

8. 1989-1990
October 11-13, 1989. The Department of History. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern
History. "The American South in Comparative Perspective."
November 5, 1989. On Tour with The Louisville Orchestra.
December 1-2, 1989. Ole Miss Madrigal Singers. "Christmas Madrigal Feaste"
March 1990. Concert Singers at American Choral Directors Association Southern Division Convention
July 1990. The Festival of Southern Theatre.
1989-90. Artist Series. Poster & Subscription Order Form. (2 copies).
1989-90. Theatre Season. Subscription Form.

9. 1990-1991
1990-91. University Theatre. "A Lie of the Mind"
October 18-20, 1990. University Theatre. "Peter Pan"
October 25, 1990. Fulton Chapel. "I Musici De Montreal."
December 6, 1990. Department of Music. "Festival of Carols"
January 22, 1991. Artist Series. Atlanta Chamber Players.
February 21, 1991. Artist Series. North Carolina Dance Theatre.
March 21-24, 1991. Department of Music. "Dialogues of the Carmelites"
1990-91. Artist Series. Poster/Subscription Order Form. (4 copies).
May 5, 1991. Department of Music. "An Evening of Choral Chamber Music"
June 18-August 11, 1991. University Museums. Private Passions. "The Whimsical Toy
Collection of Dr. Thomas Verich".
1990-91. Concert Singers.
1990-91. University Theatre. Season Subscription.
July 1991. Festival of Southern Theatre.

10. 1991-1992
1991-92. Artist Series. Poster & Subscription Order Form. (3 copies).
1991-92. Theatre Arts & Mississippi the Dance Company. "Family, Friends & Faith"
1991-92. Theatre Department. "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
December 8, 1991. Department of Music. "Festival of Carols"
March 26 & 27, 1992. Department of Theatre Arts. "...5,6,7,8-Dance!"
April 26, 1992. Department of Music. "Spring Choral Concert"
July 1992. The Festival of Southern Theatre.

11. 1992-1993
1992-1993 Artist Series.
September 30, 1992. Nexus.
October 5-7, 1992. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "Public Education in
the Twenieth Century South." {Not Present}
October 24-26, 1992. Department of Theatre Arts. "Our Town"
October 25, 1992. Chamber Singers & Women's Glee Club. "Fall Concert"
November 8, 1992. Fall Concert of the Concert Singers and Men's Glee Club.
November 18, 1992. Artist Series. Arthur Rubenstein Philharmonic Orchestra.
December 6, 1992. Department of Music. "Festival of Carols"
February 1, 1993. Delphin and Romain Duo-Pianists.
February 11-13, 1993. "Prelude to a Kiss"
March 30, 1993. Oakland Ballet. Hansel and Gretel.
April 13, 1993. Artist Series. Los Angeles Guitar Quartet.
May 4, 1993. Department of Music. "The Christy Colbert Butler Memorial Concert"

12. 1993-1994
1993-1994. Artist Schedule. Calendar of Events.
October 8, 1993. Artist Series. The Mozart Orchestra of Hamburg. 2 copies.
October 24, 1993. Concert Singers. "Fall Concert"
October 28, 1993. Festival of Mississippi Traditional Music.
November 4, 1993. Fall Choral Concert.
November 20, 1993. Lecture Series. Dr. Roger Libby on "Sex & Relationships in the 90s"
November 21-December 5, 1993. University Museums. Bob Short exhibition.
December 16, 1993. Department of Music. "Handel's Messiah."
January 13, 14, 17, 1993. Concert Singers Winter Tour.
March 3, 1994. Artist Series. Cavani String Quartet. (2 copies).
March 31, 1994. Department of Music. "The Spirit of Ole Miss"
April 20, 1994. Artist Series. Aman Folk Ensemble
1993-94. Artist Series. Poster & Subscription Order Form.
July 28-30, 1994. The Festival of Southern Theatre. "Sweet Chariot"

13. 1994-95
Fall 1994. Lecture Series. Asa Barber on "Why Men's Studies"
September 20, 1994. Mary Buie Museum. "55th Anniversary Celebration".
October 5-7. Chancellor's Symposium on Southern History. "Is There a Southern Political
Tradition?" {Not Present}
October 7, 1994. Artist Series. I Musici de Montreal. (2 copies).
October 7, 1994. Artist Series. "Yuli Turovsky."
November 3, 1994. "Off the Wall: The Life and Works of Charlotte Perkins Gilman"
November 14, 1994. Artist Series. Baltimore Consort.
January 25, 1995. B. Gentry Lee on "A Vision of the Twenty-first Century"
February 1995. Black History Month.
February 1, 1995 "Black History Month celebration starts today on campus" in DM
March 3, 1995. Artist Series. "The Gin Game".
March 21, 1995. Lecture Series. Lynne Layton on "Gender and Genre in Popular Culture"
April 2, 1995. University Museums. Theora Hamblett 100th Anniversary Celebration.
April 6-April 10, 1995. Ya-Mei Su exhibit.
April 10, 1995. Artist Series. The Jay Hoggard Quartet, plus ticket. (2 copies).
April 17, 1995. Lecture Series. Tim O'Brien on "The Things They Carried"
April 25, 1995. Symphonic Band. Band and Wind Ensemble Spring Concert.
May 15, 1995. Pasinaya - Traditional Filipino Feast.
July 20-27, 1995. Shakespeare Theatre.
1994-95. Artist Series. Poster & Subscription Order Form.


14. 1995-1996
1995-1996. Artist Series Calendar of Events.
1995-1996. Theatre Calendar of Events.
August 1995. University of Mississippi Concert Singers at American Choral Directors Association Leadership Conference.
September 26, 1995. Lecture Series. Patricia Russell-McCloud on "Vision 2000"
29 September 1995. Artist Series. New York Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble.
26 September 1995. University Lecture Series. Patricia Russell-McCloud Lecture.
29 September 1995. Artist Series. New York Philomusica Chamber Ensemble. 2 copies.
18 October 1995. Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning Dinner
Program in recognition of 150 years of service (UM Sesquicentennial); [4 copies]
November 1, 1995. Lecture Series. Christopher Cerf on "The Politically Correct Program"
2-4 November 1995. Department of Theatre Arts. "A Chorus Line".
1 November 1995. University Lecture Series. Christopher Cerf, "The Political Correct
Program".
January 29, 1996. Lecture Series. Dr. Henry Petrosky "Engineers of Dreams".
January 29, 1996. Artist Series. Palladian Ensemble.
March 5, 1996. Artist Series. Festival of Strings. 2 c.
March 21-29, 1996. Sarah Isom Center. Women's Awareness Week.
April 10, 1996. Night of Mississippi Writers.
N.D. [1996]. Southern Festival Theatre "Taming of the Shrew" and "Much Ado About
Nothing."
1995-96. Artist Series. Poster & Subscription Order Form.

15. 1996-1997
Oct. 17-19, 1996. University Theatre "West Side Story."
November 19, 1996. Lecture Series. Dr. Steven N. Blair on "The Health Hazards of Being a Couch Potato"
Nov. 21-23, 1996. University Theatre "Orpheus Descending."
Feb. 27-March 1, 1997.University Theatre "Tartuffe."
March 20, 1997. Artist Series. Jazz Tap Ensemble.
April 4, 1997. Athletic Department Women's Sports Awareness Week '97.
[April 1997]. Lamar Society of International Law. Ray Mabus Speech.
Spril [sic]/May, 1997. Umusic, Vol 1 No. 7.

16. 1997-1998
March 1998. Women's Awareness Week Brochure/ Baptist Memorial Hospital and the
Sarah Isom Center at the University of Mississippi.
March 20-21, 1998. Third Annual Graduate Conference On Southern History. (2 copies).
April 26, 1998. Department of Music. "A Spring Concert"
May 1-3, 1998. "Southern Foodways Symposium: The Evolution of Southern Cuisine."
n.d. (c. Jan 1998). Umusic, Vol 2 No. 3.

17. 1998-1999
1998-1999. University of Mississippi Artist Series Brochure. (2 copies).
October 30, 1998.Program for the "Sesquicentennial Gala Concert."
November 6, 1998. UM Concert Singers. "Moscow Chamber Orchestra"
Feb 1999. Schedule of Events for Black History Month at the University of Mississippi.
February 20-21, 1999. Mississippi Dance Association. "A Waltz Weekend"
April 15-17, 1999. Program for production of Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte."

18. 1999-2000
Program for 2000 Season. University Theatre. (Accr# 99-94)
March 24-25, 2000. Fifth Annual Graduate Conference on Southern History.
April 11-June 4, 2000. Bob Cromer - Textiles & Sculpture. "Linkage" University
Museums.
July 26, 2000. Words & Photographs, Bern & Franke Keating. Opening reception. Barnard
Observatory.
April 19, 2000. Dalrymple Lecture Series "Logic & Infinity," Lecture by Raymond
Smullyan.
June 18, 2000. Invitation to Opening Reception for "Virginia Gardens and Pathways" Exhibit Honoring the Artist Lou Jordan. University Museums.
Invitation to James Edwin Savage Lecture in the Renaissance.
April 12, 2000. Dept of English. 28th James Edwin Savage lecture in the Renaissance. (2 copies).

19. 2000-2001
Apr 25, 2000. 39th Christopher Longest lecture. Patrick Brady, UM Union Ballroom.
Sept 20, 2000 -- Dec 10, 2000. Contemporary Realism in China. Lawrence Gallery,
University Museums.
Oct 2, 2000 -- April 3, 2001. UM Artist Series 2000-01 brochure.
Program for 2000-2001 Season. University Theatre.
Feb 12, 2001. Porgy and Bess. UM Artist Series. Promotional brochure.
Mar 29-31. Cabaret. Faculty/Staff invitation.
Mar 20, 2001. Dept of History. The 29th James Edwin Savage lecture in the Renaissance.

20. 2001-2002
October 18, 19, 20. Godspell. University Theatre.
July 22-December 15, 2001. "World War I: Time Line, Posters, and Letters Home." University Museums Exhibit.
July 29, 2001. Broadside. "Oxford-Ole Miss Summer Sunset Series, Free Concert in the Grove...Germantown Symphony Orchestra..."
Brochure. University Artist Series, 2001-2002.

21. 2002-2003
January 19, 2003. Ford Center for Performing Arts. "Open House".
March 27, 2003. Ford Center for Performing Arts. "Inaugural Gala, Dress Rehearsal".
March 28, 2003. Ford Center for Performing Arts. "Inaugural Gala".

22. 2003-2004
September 9, 2003. The Ford Series. "The Princely Players".
September 28, 2003. Ford Series. "Robin and Linda Williams and Their Fine Group".
October 24, 2003. UM Artist Series. "Memphis Symphony Orchestra".
November 9, 2003. Ford Series. "Ballet Gran Folklorico de Mexico".
January 13, 2004. Ford Series. "James Earl Jones: 'Shakespeare in the Minority Key'".
February 3, 2004. Ford Series. "Meredith Willson's 'The Music Man'".
February 21, 2004. UM Artist Series. "Complexions Contemporary Ballet".
February 27, 2004. Ford Series. "B.B. King in Concert".
March 1, 2004. UM Artist Series. "Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center".
March 4, 2004. Ford Series. "Ain't Misbehavin'".
March 30, 2004. Ford Series. "Art Garfunkel".
April 12, 2004. Ford Series. "Stanislav Ioudenitch, Pianist".
April 18, 2004. UM Artist Series. "Mississippi Symphony Orchestra".











































BOX 5

Folders:

1. 2004-2005
September 19, 2004. Ford Series. "The Four Freshmen".
September 29, 2004. Ford Series. "The Capitol Steps".
October 12, 2004. UM Artist Series. "The Claremont Trio".
October 29, 2004. UM Artist Series. "Memphis Symphony Orchestra".
November 6, 2004. Ford Series. "Fosse".
December 7, 2004. UM Artist Series. "The Nutcracker".
January 15, 2005. JENA Company. "My Soul is a Witness".
January 28, 2005. Ford Series. "Moiseyev Dance Company".
February 13, 2005. Lecture Presentation at the Ford Center. "The Restoration of Windsor Castle". "A Concert of Sacred Music".
February 22, 2005. UM Artist Series. "Musicians of Marlboro".
March 8, 2005. Music of the South. "Marcus Roberts Trio".
April 13, 2005. UM Artist Series. "Carmen".

2. 2005-2006
September 16, 2005. Ford Series. "Percy Sledge".
September 21-23 & 25, 2005. Ole Miss Theatre. "Thornton Wilder's 'Our Town'".
October 8, 2005. UM Homecoming. "'The President's Own' United States Marine Band".
October 16, 2005. UM Artist Series. "The King's Singers/Sarband".
October 21, 2005. Ford Series. "Mame".
November 3, 2005. Piano Series & the Mississippi Music Teachers Association. "Brian Holland".
November 11, 2005. Ford Series. "Michael Feinstein with Mary Haskell".
November 18, 2005. Ford Series. "Lewis Grizzard: In His Own Words".
January 7, 2006. Ford Series. "Cats".
February 2, 2006. UM Artist Series. "The Sleeping Beauty, Russian National Ballet Company".
February 3, 2006. The Trent Lott Institute. "His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan".
February 17, 2006. UM Artist Series. "Peter Serkin and the Orion String Quartet".
February 24, 2006. Ford Series. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes".
March 21, 2006. UM Artist Series. "Thomas Hampson, Library of Congress Song of America Tour".
April 2, 2006. Department of Music -- Faculty Recital Series. "The Oxford Piano Trio".
April 3, 2006. Department of Music. "Composers at Ole Miss".
April 4, 2006. Piano Series. "Andr頌aplante".
April 18, 2006. Department of Music, et al. "UM Spring Concert: Ole Miss African Drum and Dance Ensemble".
April 24, 2006. Department of Music. "The L-O-U Symphony".
May 5, 2006. Ford Series. "Mark Twain Tonight!". (2 copies) Oxford Eagle article on Hal Holbrook included.
May 19-21, 2006. Department of History. "Conference on the Civil War: Understanding the African American Civil War Experience".
June 16-July 2, 2006. UM Oxford Shakespeare Festival. "A Midsummer Night's Dream". "Shakespeare's Fight Scenes". "The Pirates of Penzance".







BOX 6
Folders:

1. Artist Series Programs with no dates:
"The New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater production of Siobhan McKenna in
'Here Are The Ladies'".
"Reri Grist, Soprano".
"John Reardon, Baritone".
"The New Christy Minstrels".
"The Gary Davies Dance Trio".
"James Dick".
"John Alexander".
"Preservation Hall Jazz Band".
"Alexis Wessenberg". (2 copies).
"The Royal Winnipeg Ballet".
"Grigory Sokolov". (2 copies).
"Dallas Symphony Orchestra".
"Rajko, Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra and Dancers".
"Celeste Holm in 'With Love and Laughter'".
"The Mimi Garrard Dance Company".
"The Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Orchestra".
"Claude Rains".
"Pierre Luboshutz and Genia Nemenoff". (2 copies).
"Jerome Hines, Bass". (3 copies).
"Eileen Farrell, Soprano".
"Boris Goldovsky's Opera Theater in 'The Barber of Seville'".
"Zvi Zeitlin, violinist". (2 copies).
"The United States Marine Band". (2 copies).
"Lauritz Mechior, Tenor".
"Rise Stevens, Metropolitan Opera Association".
"Barbara Gibson, Coloratura-Soprano".
"Tyrone Guthrie's production of Gilbert & Sullivan's 'H.M.S. Pinafore".

2. Non-University Productions with no dates:
"The Oxford Piano Trio"
"Russ Tamblyn in 'Dames At Sea'". (2 copies).
"Blue Mountain College Choral Club presents 'The Vagabond King'". (3 copies).
"Chicago Symphony Brass Ensemble".
"Boris Goldovsky, Commentator and Accompanist in Opera Highlights".
"Rust College A'Cappela Choir".
"The New Shakespeare Company, San Francisco".
"Jonathan Harris in Kaufman and Hart's 'The Man Who Came to Dinner".
"Daniel Heifetz".
"Ron Hudson, Guitarist".
"Alexis Wessenberg, pianist".
"Pianist Grigory Sokolov".
"The Voice Department of Blue Mountain College presents 'My Maryland". (2 copies).
"B.B. King". (2 copies).
"New Music Quartet". (2 copies).
"The 14th U.S. Army Band, Women's Army Corp".
"Tyrone Guthrie's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's
'H.M.S. Pinafore'".
"American Ballet Theatre".
"Elia Kazan's production of 'J.B.'".
"Jose Greco and his Company of Spanish Dancers".
"Lester Osterman and Hillard Elkins presents 'Candide'".
"Royal Shakespeare Company in 'The Hollow Crown'".
"Goldovsky Opera Theater 'Tosca'".
"Grand Ballet Classique de France".
"Harkness Ballet".
"Belhaven College Choir"
"Oxford Choral Program Annual Spring Concert"
"Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole"
"Leonidas Lipovetsky, pianist in concert"
"Marjorie Lord in 'Wait Until Dark'"
"Sue Ann Langdon in 'The Apple Tree'"
"Patricia Morison in 'The Boy Friend'"
"James Drury in 'The Tender Trap'"
"The Trip to Bountiful".
"Cirque ɬoize: Nomade".

3. Art Exhibitions with no dates:
"Art Department presents Student Exhibit Open House & 6
Studio Demonstrations".
"3rd International Lithograph Exhibition".
"Oxonian Magic, Nancy Mauldin".
"Fine Arts Festival". (3 copies).
"An Exhibition of Sculpture by Jules Struppeck".
"Opening of the Department of Art".
"Annual Christmas Art Auction".
"An Exhibition of Photographic Prints by Sam DuVall".
"Graphic Arts Program".
"Department of Art University of Mississippi Gallery".
"Memorial Brass Rubbings from England, Collected by Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Couey.
"Scripture in Color by Kate Krause Ball"
"Mildred Pepper"
Fine Arts Festival.
Mrs. Chuan Feng
Charles Abraham, printmaking and Daniel F. Joe, ceramics.
"Six Exhibitions" (2 copies)
"Annual Student Art Exhibit"

"Lena Marquette"
"Paintings of Mexico by Susan Ricker Knox"
"Leo Quanchi"
"Contemporary Prints from George Bimst Collection"
"Tri-State High School Exhibition"
"Graduate Thesis Exhibits"
"Mary Buie Permanent Collection"
"National Art Program Exhibit 'Monotypes'"
"Exhibit of Color Reproductions"
"Larry Manning"
"An Exhibition of American Sculpture"
"Wall Paintings of the Horyuji Monastery"
"Opening Display of University of Mississippi Gallery"
"Cranbrook Academy of Art"
"Lamar Dodd"
"Charles Mussett"
"Virginia C. Robinson"
"Mississippi Art Project, WPA"
"Bruce Breland & Anne Chapman" faculty exhibit
"Berenice Abbott, 'Changing New York'"
"National Art Program Exhibit 'Print Techniques'"
"Exhibition of Watercolors by John E. Fontaine"
"Robert L. Tettleton"
"Julie Williams Plasketes"

4. University Productions with no dates:
"Twilight Musical Arranged by David Reese Chapter of D.A.R.".
"Hedda Gabler". (4 copies).
"Damn Yankees".
"Oklahoma!".
"Miss from Mississippi".
"'Rigoletto' by Verdi". (2 copies).
"The Marriage of Figaro"
"'The Telephone' by Gian-Carlo Menotti and 'Trial by Jury' by Gilbert and Sullivan".
(2 copies).
"Cole Porter's 'Kiss Me Kate'". (2 copies).
"'The Medium' An Opera in Two Acts by Gian-Carlo Menotti". (2 copies).
"Arthur Kreutz, violinist, Esther Oelrich, accompanist". (2 copies).
"Concert Singers".
"Beaux and Belles" memo.
"Beaux and Belles". (2 copies).
"The Concert Singers in a Christmas Concert". (2 copies).
"Jazz Concert".
"Concert by Ole Miss Men's Glee Club".
"Summer Recital Series".
"Anton Dvorak 'Stabat Mater'". (2 copies).
"The Group in Concert".
"The Third Annual Homecoming Musical 'Anything Goes'".
"You Can't Take it With You". (2 copies).
"Angel Street". (3 copies).
"The Faculty-Student production of Eugene O'Neill's Comedy 'Ah, Wilderness'".
"Austin Strong's 'Seventh Heaven'". (2 copies).
"Nothing But The Truth".
"You Can't Take It With You".
"The Curious Savage".
"The Marriage of Figaro".
"'The Battle of Harrykin Creek' based on a story by William Faulkner".
"Threepenny Opera".
"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum".
"1776".
"Mark Hoffman, pianist".
"Three Featured Soloists with Annual Children's Concert".
"Guys and Dolls". (2 copies).
"Take Her, She's Mine".
"The Imaginary Invalid".
"Come Blow Your Horn".
"Saint Joan".
"Rur".
"University Symphony Orchestra".
"Isobel DeMarco, Mississippi's Famed Woman Pianist in Chopin Recital".
"Richard Edwards, Tenor, Joan Melton, Pianist in Recital".
"Arthur Kreutz, Violinist, Esther Oelrich, pianist in Recital".
"University Symphony Orchestra".
"University High School presents Annual Christmas Concert".
"The Death of Cuchulain".
"Mark Hoffman, piano".
"The Good Soldier Schweik".
"Tale for a Deaf Ear".
"Rigoletto".
"'Togetherness" and 'Professor Taranne'".
"Comedy of Errors".
"Warren B. Wooldridge, tenor".
"The Choral Union".
"The Torchbearers".
"Hedda Gabler".
"Ghosts".
"The Chalk Garden".
"Faust".
"Virginia Wing in 'Rashomon'".
"Examination Period Recitals, Ruth McNeil, organist".
"The Marriage of Figaro".
"The Fantastiks".
"H. M. S. Pinafore".
"Carmen"
"Rigoletto by Verdi"
"The Music Man"
"Die Fledermaus"
"Ole Miss Varsity Show featuring Ole Miss Band"
Memorandum on University Concert Band.
Memorandum on performance of "The Glass Menagerie".
Memorandum on performance of University Symphony Orchestra.
Memorandum on Annual Faculty play "Southern Exposure"
University Players "The Male Animal"
"The Torchbearers"
"No Time for Comedy"
"The School for Scandal"
Department of Health and Physical Education. Square Dance.
Women's Physical Education Department. Dancing Program.
"Ole Miss Musical Club
Ole Miss Musical Club "Mother's Day Program"
"The Labors of Love"
"The Man of La Mancha"
"Two Gentlemen of Verona"
"Guys and Dolls"
"George M!"
"Carnival!"
"110 in the Shade"
"Blithe Spirit"
"Amahl and the Night Visitors"
"The Royal Family"
"Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest"
"Look Homeward Angel"
"Bell, Book and Candle"
"University Players in Three One-Act Plays"
"Li'l Abner"
"Fiddler on the Roof"
"The Good Soldier Schweik"
"The Coronation of Poppea"
"The Apple Tree"
"Oklahoma"
"Wait Until Dark"
"Tosca"
"The Pajama Game"
"How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"
"The Crucible"
"The Merry Wives of Windsor"
"Death Takes a Holiday"
"Beyond the Horizon"
"I am A Camera"
"School for Scandal"
"Dames at Sea"
"To Broadway with Love"
"The Franklin's Tale"
"History of Slave Music"
"University Dancers Spring Concert"
"The 1940's Radio Hour"
"Children of a Lesser God"
"Talley's Folly"
"Vanities"
"Deathtrap"
"Camelot"
"Canterbury Tales"
"Southern Exposure"
"Pure as the Driven Snow"
"Lysistrata"
"Promises, Promises"
"Journey to Jefferson"
"Bye Bye Birdie"
"Henry IV, Part 1"
"The Boy Friend"
"The Lady's not for Burning"
"Dangerous Corner"
"Accent on Youth"
"Light up the Sky"
"Brighton Beach Memoirs"
"South Pacific"
"Pride and Prejudice"
"Barefoot in the Park"
"Catch Me if You Can"
"The Experimental Theatre presents 'The Man with a Green Necktie' & 'The Tiny Closet'"
"Showstoppers: The Best of Broadway and London"
University Theatre. "Anne of the Thousand Days"
University Theatre. "Aeschylus' The Persians" & "The Diviners"
Department of Music. "An Evening of American Opera II"
Department of Music. "The Spirit of..."
Department of Music. "Festival of Carols"
Concert Singers. "The Luboff Legacy"
Department of Theatre Arts. "Prodigal Son"
Department of Theatre Arts. "Romeo & Juliet"
Department of Theatre Arts. Sesquicentennial Celebration Theatre Season.
Festival of Southern Theatre.
University Theatre. Theatre Season: "A Season of Classics"
"Ah, Wilderness!"
Department of Theatre Arts. "Lullaby of Broadway"
"UMGC Productions Presents in Concert The University of Mississippi Gospel Choir: A Live Performance Recording"
Department of Music. "The Pops Concert"
UM Concert Singers. "Benefit Concert inaugurating the Wright Honorary Vocal Music Scholarships for Tupelo High School Voice Students"

5. Film Showings with no dates:
"Film Premier and Concert".
"Gian Carlo Menotti's The Medium".
"La Boheme".
"Specter of the Rose"
"Paisan"
"Of Mice and Men"
"Orpheus"
"The Eternal Mask"
"Crime and Punishment"
"The Strange Ones"
"Orpheus Descending"
"The Consul"

6. University lectures with no dates:
James Hayden Clark, "Science in American Literature"
Joseph B. Baldwin, "The Experimental Theater in the University"
Christopher Longest Lecture Series
W. H. Auden lecture.
Dr. Ralph Linton lecture.
Dr. Arnold Gesell lecture. Centennial Lectures.
Dr. Edward McCrady lectures.
Dr. T. Z. Koo
Christopher Longest Lecture with Fredson Thayer Bowers.
Christopher Longest Lecture with Henri Peyre
Christopher Longest Lecture by Arturo Torres-Rioseco
Christopher Longest Lecture by Urban Tigner Holmes

7. William Faulkner's Intruder in the Dust: 50 Years Later. Broadside for screening of 1949
movie, presented by University Museums. July 8 & 11, 1999 (00-1463)

8. Westboro Baptist Church news release. www.godhatesfags.com, denouncing Judy Shepherd's upcoming speech at the University of Mississippi.
The Daily Mississippian article on Judy Shepherd's upcoming lecture.

Box 7 Oversize

Items part of UM Cultural Events Collection Accretion (2006-53).

1. Scrapbook of Lyceum Artist Series Programs 1936-1948. Contains promotional materials for Artist Series events including programs and play bills, publicity photographs, newspaper clippings.

2. Scrapbook of Artist Series Programs. 1981-1995. Contains promotional materials for Artist Series events including programs, play bills, publicity photographs,