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Collection Inventory

Series I. Personal Memorabilia

Scope and Content Notes:

There are three folders of Personal Memorabilia consisting of news clippings from 1941 through 1946, several copies of the Alumni Review and Pitt Panther.


Box 1
Folder 1 News Clippings
Folder 2 Alumni Review, 1941-44, 1946
Folder 3 Pitt Panther, March 1930

Series II. Dramatic Productions Other than Cap and Gown

Scope and Content Notes:

Series II contains items concerning dramatic productions other than the Cap and Gown Club.

Folder 4 Harmony Island Script and Publicity
Folder 5 Unidentified Scripts
Folder 6 Mask and Wig (U. of Penna.) Program

Series III. Sheet Music

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains miscellaneous music that was not used for Cap and Gown productions. The four folders of material include a booklet of Songs of the University of Pittsburgh, Pitt Victory Song with words by G. Norman Reis and Louis M. Fushan and music by Benjamin Levant, and music from the Mask and Wig (Folder 8) and Triangle Clubs at the University of Pittsburgh and Princeton (Folder 9).

Folder 7 Songs of the University of Pittsburgh, Pitt Victory Song
Folder 8 There's No Place like Your Arms from All Around the Town
Folder 9 Happy the Day from Take It Away, Can it Be True? from Fol-De-Rol. 1936;
Folder 10 Miscellaneous Sheet Music

Series IV. Cap and Gown Productions

Scope and Content Notes:

This series includes materials related to the Cap and Gown Club listed chronologically by production. It contains souvenir and/or leaf programs, scripts, phonograph records, musical scores, news clippings, other miscellaneous promotional material, and 16-millimeter films. Each of the productions contains some or all of the materials previously mentioned. The 16-millimeter films are shelved independently from their corresponding productions at the end of the series. It also includes financial records and correspondence pertaining to the Club's productions. Items marked with an asterisk (*) have the music for the production in the program.

Folder 11-12 When Pitt Was Young - Programs and Scripts
Folder 13 Little Suffragettes - Scripts
Folder 14 The Maxixe Girl - Programs and News Clippings

Box 2
Folder 1-2 Suite 16 - Programs and Musical Scores
Folder 3 The Diamond Girl - Musical Scores: The Diamond Girl lyrics only.
Folder 4 Mary Grow Round* - Programs
Folder 5-6 Yip-Yip* - Programs and Scripts
Folder 7 Manhattan Preferred* - Programs
Folder 8-9 What's Up* - Programs and Scripts
Folder 10-11 The Silver Domino* - Programs, News Clippings, and Scripts
Folder 12 All to the Point* - Programs, News Clippings and Nixon Theatre Program with Advertisement
Folder 13 Hello Again* - Programs
Folder 14-15 In the Soup* - Programs and Scripts

Box 3
Folder 1-2 Out for the Count* - Programs and Scripts
Folder 3-4 Trailor Ho!* - Programs and Scripts
Folder 5 Pickets, Please* - Programs and Alumni Review
Folder 6-7 At Your Service - Programs, News Clippings, Alumni Review, and Scripts
Folder 8-9 At Your Service - Musical Scores
Folder 10-11 At Your Service - Phonograph Record: Nothing is too Perfect for You (side 1) Diary of Dreams (side 2) - 2 copies

Box 4
Folder 1-2 Snap Your Fingers - Programs and Musical Scores
Folder 3-5 Head Over Heels* - Programs, Scripts, and Musical Scores
Folder 6-7 Kilroy Is Here - Programs and Scripts
Folder 8 Cap and Gown Music 1940 - Phonograph Record
Folder 9 Financial Reports - Receipts and expenditures for 1931-1941
Folder 10 Correspondence: from Louis M. Fushan to G. Norman Reis
Folder 11 Films -- All to the Point, (contains shots of Gene Kelly) and Silver Domino, 1932-1933
Folder 12 Films -- Hello Again, 1934
Folder 13 Films -- In the Soup, 1935
Folder 14 Films -- Out for the Count, 1936
Folder 15 Films -- Trailer Ho!, 1937
Folder 16 Films -- Unidentified Cap and Gown Production

Series V. Cap and Gown Productions: Oversized Materials

Scope and Content Notes:

This series includes oversized materials related to the Cap and Gown Club listed chronologically by production. It contains musical scores, photographs, and scrapbooks. Each of the productions contains some or all of the materials previously mentioned.


Box 1
Folder 1 Little Suffragettes Music: You're the Girl For Me; At the Movies
Folder 2 The Maxixe Girl Music: The Lad in the Uniform
Folder 3 The Maxixe Girl Photographs
Folder 4 At Your Service Photographs
Folder 5 The Red Moon and Miss Mannequin Scrapbook
Folder 6 Yip-Yip Scrapbook: compiled by Ted Savage
Folder 7 Manhattan Preferred Scrapbook: compiled by Ted Savage
Folder 8 Hello Again Scrapbook

Box 2
Folder 1 Pickets, Please! Photographs
Folder 2 Snap Your Fingers Photographs
Folder 3 Miscellaneous Photographs