Portraits of the cast of the play,The Seagull, by Anton Chekhov. Pictured are: Bob Constable, Goldie Bock, John Land, Charlie Ghent, Hildegarde Earle, Isabel Mount, Don Kirshner, Kemit Sheets, Tom Miller, Eunice Picone, Men's Dressing Room, Women's Dressing Room, Lila McCray.
Photographs from the production of The Seagull, by Anton Chekhov. Acts I, 2, 3, and 4.
1945, photographs and postcard from a typical pneumonia guinea pig experiement.
Postcard from Holly Inn, Pinehurst, North Carolina. "May 15, 1945 - July 6, 1945, Room 302, "Atypical Pneumonia Guinea Pig Experiment." Atypical pneumonia means NOT TYPICAL pneumonia.
The "Boss," Major Abernathey.
Nurse with face mask.
Two young men with face masks.
Tented rooms out-of-doors.
People with tented rooms.
Table with face masks and one man in face mask and another with some type of beaker held to his mouth.
Man in a chair in a bedroom holding some type of "weaving?" labeled "Pinehurst, 1945."
Young man in tented room with something being put into his mouth.
Young men, one in gown, all wtih masks, outside tented rooms and outdoor table.
Man in bed with nurse taking pulse.
Photograph of grounds with car.
Man and woman standing outside of building.
Picture of Pinehurst with man sitting with legs hanging out of window.
Man "sliding" down column and man in window.
Photograph of room.
Picture of men with masks at the base of the lodge and one man without mask sitting on second floor of building.
Picture of men in windows.
Picture of men and women (possibly nurses).
Photograph of two women in summer clothing (swimming suits or shorts?).
A picture of what appears to be a woman donning a gown and mask.
Man in mask and gown helping a masked guinea pig into a gown.
Picture of men in masks on the grounds of Pinehurst.
Photograph of room with pictures on the dresser.
Men looking out windows.
Waldport CPS Camp #56, 1944. These photographs include:
Francis Barr, David Jackson, Johnny Johnson, Warren Sanger, Don Filmore, A. J. R. Penny, Earnie Barr, Harry McNary, Lloyd Brandt, Olie Olson, camp photograph, Jim Gallaghan, postcard from Bull Moose (Warren Sanger), Don filmore and his 1932(?) Chevy, typical bunk.
The Beginning of Wisdom, a One-Act Play by David Jackson and Louie Kolenda. Article written by Francis Barr about this play and the play productions at CPS camps. Biographical material about David Jackson is included in the article. "John Ellison" says this is a jewel.
Program and script for The Seagull, by Anton Chekhov.
The Mikado in CPS, written and designed by Kermit Sheets, published by The Illiterati at Waldport, Oregon in February, 1945. A re-write of the Mikado CPS style.
"Will You Starve That They Be Better Fed? a booklet describing the starvation experiment of the Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene at the University of Minnesota, Angel Keys, Ph D., Director.
The Reporter, Vol. V, No. 7, March 1947. This includes an article about Russian Mennonite CO's who in 1930 were permitted to do civilian work in lieu of military service.
"The Compass," An Instrument of Direction, Published by men in Civilian Public Service, Summer and Fall, 1944.
Smoke Jumper, dedicated "To our comrades in Civilian Public Service --- in the base camps, in the hospitals, on the farms, serving as guinea pigs---we respectfully dedicate this, our Smoke Jumper bi-annual." This issue focuses on the torturous training required to be a smoke jumper.
Draft of Interview with Francis Barr by Jeanine Wine.