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Accession #MC2004/395
TopicAlumni: Paul Boase Collection
KeywordsTheater, Drama, Forensics, Alumni Days, Class Day, Events, 1987, 1992,
TitlePaul Boase Collection
Size1 File, 7 envelopes, & 13 photographs
LocationMC General File--Boase, Paul & Photograph Box 186
CitationPaul Boase Collection, MC2004/395, Archives and Brethren Historical Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester University, North Manchester, Indiana.
AccessResearchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.
ProvenanceConstance Boase of Oberlin, OH
Scope and Content
Envelope 1Programs for "The Devil Passes," a play presented in May 1937.
Envelope 2Program for "The Devil Passes," presented by the Senior Class of 1938 on March 25 & 26
Envelope 3Program for "He and She," presented by the Senior Class on March 19 & 20, 1937
Envelope 4Program for the State Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest, dated 12 February 1937.  Paul Boase represented Manchester with his speech, "And Freedom Perished Like the Unicorn."
Envelope 5Class Day 1937 program
Envelope 6Manchester College Bulletin from December 1935.  Paul Boase wrote a holiday greeting as president of the Junior Class
Envelope 7Commencement program for 1937
Material from 1987 Alumni Days, including program, song score, booklet, poetry, reproduction of photograph, biographical sketch, nametag
Material from 1992 Alumni Days, including reproduction of photograph and program
All photographs are 3 x 5", color, and unidentified.
Photo 1Alumni Days 1987 banquet
Photo 2Alumni visiting before or after banquet
Photos 3-5Entire class, standing on Ad Bldg steps
Photos 6-13Various alumni visiting before and after banquet
Date of Accession15 July 2003
Bio History NotePaul Boase graduated from Manchester College in 1937.
Archivist Note

Description prepared 17 April 2004 by Sara L. Smith.

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