Guide to the Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company Records, 1952-1984 CTC.1986.01

ULS Archives & Special Collections

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company Records
Creator
Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company.
Collection Number
CTC.1986.01
Date
1952-1984
Extent
14.0 linear feet (21 boxes)
Abstract
The Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company was created by Margo Lovelace in 1949. This collection contains the records of the award winning Pittsburgh area puppet theatre company. Included are photographs, performance films, scripts, newspaper clippings, business files, and sound recordings.

Preferred Citation

Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company Records, 1952-1984, CTC.1986.01, Curtis Theatre Collection, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Biography

The Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company (also known as Rikes's Puppets, Lazarus Puppets and Margo's Moppets) was formed in 1949 by Margo Lovelace Visser as a traveling forum for her interest in puppet theatre. In 1964 a permanent home for the company was established--the first such permanent home for a puppet theatre company in the United States. Located at 5888.5 Ellsworth Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood, this professional puppet theater specialized in performing their own adaptations of classic and folk tales as well as their own original stories for both children and adults. They also pioneered the experimental theatre programs of Jean Cocteau, Jean Giraudoux and Moliere using rod puppets and Japanese-style bunraku figures. Having outgrown its facilities on Ellsworth Avenue, in 1977 they shifted the stage to the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater offering a full subscription season of puppet theater. The Theatre collaborated with New York-based Mabou Mines--training their actors on the use of bunraku figures; Pittsburgh’s Ironclad Agreement Theatre Co.--on the American Premiere of Gov't Owned Apples; and the Pittsburgh Public Theatre--in a 1978 production of Balyasnikov. Other noteworthy performances have included a 3-week residency at the Smithsonian Institute; selection by Theatre Association of Pennsylvania (1977 - 1981) for an annual showcase of Pennsylvania's finest professional theatre; at the Union Internationale de la Marionette Festival Mondial in France and the Three Rivers Arts Festivals.

Among its other activities, the Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company also provided training and apprentice programs for young people, including the noted American theatre director, Peter Sellars. They developed a cultural enrichment program in 1970 for Pittsburgh Public Schools eventually expanding to 145 schools in Western Pennsylvania. Instruction has played a major role in its activities. The company developed a residency program in which students spend time in workshops learning about all aspects of puppet theater in a direct hands-on approach. Also offered were workshops for teachers to learn puppetry skills for integration into the classroom. The regular staff of LMT Co. has included David Visser, Heather Mathieson and Pamela Zarra. The creative driving force behind this venture has been its founder Margo Lovelace Visser. She studied at Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), and with Cedric Head's Kingsland Marionettes, the German puppeteer--Erhard Reis, and Moscow's Central Puppet Theatre (Lovelace Puppets have been on displayed in the museum from 1966-1981) at the request of Sergei Obraztsov. She has also traveled widely exploring puppet theaters around the world and collecting masks and puppets. Her collection is presently on deposit with the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. Ms. Lovelace was an active member of the American Marionettes Council, the Union Internationale de la Marionette, a member of committees for both Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. She produced a short subject film in 1978, Museum Piece, which was nominated for an Academy Award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Other awards include a bronze medal from the Union Internationale de la Marionette, a finalist in the American Film Festival and a Golden Eagle Award for another Film, The Puppet Proposition. In 1981 she was awarded the Theodore A. Hazlett Governor's Award for Excellence in the Theatre Arts.

During the last years of the Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company an umbrella organization, The Marionette Theatre Arts Council, was formed to administer the Lovelace Theatre programs as well as providing educational opportunities and cultural enrichment through the medium of puppet theatre. Among the most noteworthy endeavors was the sponsorship of performances of the Drak Puppet Theater of Czechoslovakia and Das Puppenspiel Theatre of Germany. The organization ended operations in 1983.

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Scope and Content Notes

The Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company Records are arranged into seven series. The first four series are all paper based and make up the bulk of the collection. The Photographs and Artwork Series is divided into four subseries - Photographs, Negatives, Slides, and Artwork. Series VI-VII are audio recordings and video recordings, most of which are on obsolete formats.

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Arrangement

The collection is organized into seven series:

Series I. General Operation Files, 1950-1985

Series II. Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, 1955-1985

Series III. Diaries, 1952-1983

Series IV. Scripts

Series V. Photographs and Artwork

Series VI. Audio Recordings, 1967-1972

Series VII. Video Recordings, 1956-1970

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, June 2011

University of Pittsburgh Library System
Archives & Special Collections
Website: library.pitt.edu/archives-special-collections
412-648-3232 (ASC) | 412-648-8190 (Hillman)
Contact Us: www.library.pitt.edu/ask-archivist

Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

Copyright

The University of Pittsburgh holds the property rights to the material in this collection, but the copyright may still be held by the original creator/author. Researchers are therefore advised to follow the regulations set forth in the U.S. Copyright Code when publishing, quoting, or reproducing material from this collection without the consent of the creator/author or that go beyond what is allowed by fair use.

Acquisition Information

Gift of The Pittsburgh Children's Museum and Mrs. Margo Lovelace Visser, 1986.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by David Sleasman in 1993.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Iron Clad Agreement (Theatrical company).
  • Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company.
  • Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
  • Pittsburgh Children's Museum.
  • Three Rivers Arts Festival (Pittsburgh, Pa.).

Genre(s)

  • Audiotapes
  • Clippings (Information artifacts)
  • Diaries
  • Photographs
  • Scripts (Documents)
  • Video recordings
  • Videotapes

Personal Name(s)

  • Lovelace, Margo
  • Obrazt︠s︡ov, S. V. (Sergeĭ Vladimirovich), 1901-

Subject(s)

  • Bunraku puppets
  • Marionettes
  • Puppet theater -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Puppet theater companies -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Puppets
  • Rod puppets
  • Theater
  • Theater -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh

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Previous Citation

Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company Records, 1952-1984, CTC.1986.01, Curtis Theatre Collection, Special Collections Department, University of Pittsburgh

Lovelace Marionette Theatre Records, 1952-1984, CTC.18, Curtis Theatre Collection, Special Collections Department, University of Pittsburgh

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Collection Inventory

Series  I. General Operation Files, 1950-1985 

Scope and Content Notes

These files contain the office files, correspondence, minutes, account books, etc. for the operation and organization of the career of Margo Lovelace. The files are in chronological order. Box five contains oversized materials that are out of order due to their large format.

  BoxFolder
Address book 11
  Folder
Art and Lore of Puppets - manuscript 2
  Folder
Awards 3
  Folder
Cartoons 4
  Folder
Contracts 5-6
  Folder
Correspondence 1950-1985 7-10
  Folder
Correspondence - undated 11
  Folder
Drak: Czechoslovakian Puppet Theater 12
  Folder
Financial account books, 1965-1970 13-16
  Folder
Financial account books - undated 17
  BoxFolder
Financial account book, 1969-1970 21
  Folder
Financial account book, 1974 2
  Folder
Financial - miscellaneous materials 3
  Folder
Gov't Owned Apples 4
  Folder
Greeting cards 5
  Folder
Head, Cedric 6
  Folder
Heinz Endowment 7
  Folder
History - Lovelace Marionettes 8
  Folder
Idea for a Puppet Theater at a Summer Colony - manuscript 9
  Folder
Insurance 10
  Folder
Japan - Letters and programs 11
  Folder
Lazarus puppets 12
  Folder
McMillan, W.G. 13
  Folder
Mailing Lists 14
  Folder
Manual of simple puppetry 15
  Folder
Margo on Margo 16
  Folder
Marionette Theatre Arts Council - Correspondence 17
  Folder
Marionette Theatre Arts Council - Board minutes 18
  Folder
Marionette Theatre Arts Council - By-laws 19
  Folder
Marionette Theatre Arts Council - Positively Puppets 20
  Folder
Marionette Theatre Arts Council - Positively puppets 20
  Folder
Marionette Theatre Arts Council - Promotional material 21
  Folder
Marionette Theatre Arts Council - Report 22
  Folder
Membership cards 23
  Folder
Music for the puppet show 24
  Folder
Notebook 25
  BoxFolder
Notebooks 31-4
  Folder
Notes - miscellaneous 5
  Folder
Notes for lecture on Children's Response 6
  Folder
Obratsov, Sergei 7
  Folder
Passport - Margo Lovelace 8
  Folder
Pennsylvania Council of the Arts 9-10
  Folder
Practical Puppets by Everyone - manuscript 11
  BoxFolder
Program - Architruc 41
  Folder
Program - Aria da Capo 2
  Folder
Program - Balyashnikov at the Pittsburgh Public Theatre, 1977-1978 3
  Folder
Program - Beauty and the Beast at the Carnegie Museum of Art, 1978 4
  Folder
Program - Drak, June 1980 5
  Folder
Program - Fire Boy 6
  Folder
Program - Four and One 7
  Folder
Program - Fourth grade assembly 8
  Folder
Program - Jack and the Beanstalk, 1979-1980 9
  Folder
Program - Happy Birthday at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, 1954 10
  Folder
Program - Love's the Best Doctor at the Carnegie Museum of Art, 1977 11
  Folder
Program - The Magical Kingdom, 1981-1982 12
  Folder
Program - Punch and Judy at the Grandview Theatre 13
  Folder
Program - Ragtime and All That Jazz at the Carnegie Museum of Art, 1976 14
  Folder
Program - The Reluctant Dragon 15
  Folder
Program - Top Notch Hopscotch 16
  Folder
Program - Winnie the Pooh at the Carnegie Museum of Art, 1979 17
  Folder
Promotional materials, 1965-1982 18-19
  Folder
Proposal for Carnegie Institute 20
  Folder
Puppet Workshop - Handouts 21
  Folder
Puppet Workshop - Promotional material, 1978 22
  Folder
Puppet Workshop - Scheduling notebook, 1978 23
  Folder
Puppeteers of America, 1980-1983 24
  Folder
Resume - Margo Lovelace 25
  Folder
Sarg, Tony 26
  Folder
Sherlock 27
  Folder
Smithsonian Institution, 1978-1980 28
  Folder
Union International de la Marionette - Newspaper clippings, 1966 29
  Folder
Union International de la Marionette - Correspondence, 1966-1972 30
  Folder
Union International de la Marionette - Receipts 31
  Folder
Villa Maria College, 1977-1978 32
  BoxFolder
Architruc - Poster 51
  Folder
Daily News Ad Proof 2
  Folder
Plan of set-up puppet stage area 3
  Folder
Puppets: Past and Present - Poster 4
  Folder
Puppet clothing patterns 5

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Series  II. Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, 1955-1985 

Scope and Content Notes

Contained in this series are newspaper clippings, magazine articles, etc. relating to the productions of the Lovelace Marionette Theatre Company and its general activities. Also included are press releases used by the company. All files in this series are in chronological order.

  BoxFolder
Newspaper clippings - undated 61
  Folder
Newspaper clippings, 1955-1985 2-22
  Folder
Press releases, 1976-1983 23-24

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Series  III. Diaries, 1952-1983 

Scope and Content Notes

These are the daily diaries and appointment books kept by Margo Lovelace Visser. Although incomplete they offer a general guide to the daily activities of the Mrs. Visser and her theater company. The diaries are in chronological order.

  BoxVolume
Diaries, 1952-1964 71-12
  BoxVolume
Diaries, 1965-1972 813-23
  BoxVolume
Diaries, 1973-1979 924-33
  Volume
Diaries, 1980-1983 34-38

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Series  IV. Scripts 

Scope and Content Notes

Included in this series are adaptations of classic, folk, and contemporary plays as well as the Lovelace Company's original works. The vast majority of the scripts are undated. These materials are arranged in alphabetical order by title.

  BoxFolder
Aladdin 101
  Folder
Alice in Wonderland 2
  Folder
Alice in Wonderland: Tweedledum and Tweedledee 3
  Folder
Anansi 4
  Folder
Architruc 5
  Folder
Beauty and the Beast 6
  Folder
Bicentennial Show 7
  Folder
Brave Little Tailor 8
  Folder
Carnival in Rio 9
  Folder
Carnival of the Seventh Moon 10
  Folder
Christmas Carol 11
  Folder
Christopher Columbus 12
  Folder
Cinderella 13
  Folder
Commedia Circus Varieties 14
  Folder
Crackerjack Clowns 15
  Folder
Divine Comedy - Original Translation 16
  Folder
Days of the Great Buffalo 17
  Folder
Easter Basket 18
  Folder
Emperor's New Clothes 19
  Folder
Emperor's Nightingale 20
  Folder
Gov't Owned Apples 21
  Folder
Hansel and Gretel 22
  Folder
Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer 23
  Folder
The Humbles of Hogback Hill 24
  Folder
Incredible Holiday Machine 25
  Folder
Jack and the Beanstalk 26
  Folder
Little Prince 27
  Folder
Little Red Ridinghood 28
  BoxFolder
Little Scarface 111
  Folder
Love's the Best Doctor 2
  Folder
Lucis Toyshop 3
  Folder
Momotaro 4
  Folder
The Musicians of Bremen 5
  Folder
Naropa 6
  Folder
The Nativity 7
  Folder
Peter Pan 8
  Folder
Pinoccio 9
  Folder
Princess and the Pea 10
  Folder
Puss in Boots 11
  Folder
The Quacks 12
  Folder
Ragtime and All That Jazz 13
  Folder
Rapunzel 14
  Folder
The Reluctant Dragon 15
  Folder
Rumpelstiltskin 16
  Folder
Sleeping Beauty 17
  Folder
The Story of Joseph 18
  Folder
Three Billy Goats Gruff 19
  Folder
The Three Wishes 20
  Folder
Upset the Fruitbasket 21
  Folder
Tsar Trajan 22
  Folder
Top Notch - Hopscotch 23
  Folder
Toby and the Adult 24
  Folder
Winnie the Pooh 25
  Folder
Wizard of Oz 26
  Folder
Scripts - Unidentified 27

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Series  V. Photographs and Artwork 

Scope and Content Notes

The Photographs and Artwork series is divided into 4 subseries - photographs, negatives, slides, and artwork. Within each subseries, the files are arranged in alphabetical order.

Subseries  1. Photographs 

  BoxFolder
Aladdin 121
  Folder
Alice in Wonderland 2
  Folder
Apollo of Bellac 3
  Folder
Aria di Capo 4
  Folder
Audiences 5
  Folder
Audience - Carnegie Institute Museum of Art Theatre 6
  Folder
Baker, Danny 7
  Folder
Beauty and the Beast 8
  Folder
Behind the Scenes 9-10
  Folder
Behind the Scenes - Afternoon Conference 11
  Folder
Behind the Scenes - George pulls some strings 12
  Folder
Behind the Scenes - Norman graduates 13
  Folder
Behind the Scenes - Sunny Builds a Mountain 14
  Folder
Brave Little Tailor 15
  Folder
Bunraku 16
  Folder
Carnival in Rio 17
  Folder
Coat of Many Colors 18
  Folder
Christmas if for Children - NBC New York City, 1956 19
  Folder
Christmas Carol 20
  Folder
Christopher Columbus 21
  Folder
Days of the Great Buffalo 22
  Folder
Drak - Czechoslovakian Puppet Theatre 23
  Folder
Emperor's New Clothes 24
  Folder
Faust, Johnny 25
  Folder
Gov't Owned Apples 26
  Folder
Grand Turk 27
  Folder
Guignol 28
  Folder
Hammock Room 29
  Folder
Hansel and Gretel 30
  BoxFolder
Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer 131
  Folder
Incredible Holiday Machine 2
  Folder
Ironclad Agreement 3
  Folder
Jack and the Beanstalk 4
  Folder
Keystone Cop 5
  Folder
Kingsland Marionette Collection 6
  Folder
Kingsland Marionette Summer Camp 7
  Folder
Lazarus Puppet Theatre 8
  Folder
Lincoln Elementary School Students 9
  Folder
Little Red Ridinghood 10
  Folder
London Puppet exhibit, April 1979 11
  Folder
Love's the Best Doctor 12
  Folder
Lovelace family 13
  Folder
Lovelace, Margo 14-15
  Folder
Lovelace Marionette Theatre - The 'Cave' 16
  Folder
Lovelace Marionette Theatre - Exterior 17
  Folder
Lovelace Marionette Theatre - Interior 18
  Folder
Lovelace Marionette Theatre - The workroom 19
  Folder
'Mad' workshop for the Masses 20
  Folder
Mathieson, Heather 21
  Folder
McMillan, W.G. 22
  Folder
Ozanam Puppets 23
  Folder
Performances - Miscellaneous 24
  Folder
Performances - On tour 25
  Folder
Performances - Point State Park, 1958 26
  Folder
Peter and the Wolf 27
  Folder
Peter Pan 28
  Folder
Pierrot 29
  BoxFolder
Puppets 141-3
  Folder
Puppets - Shadow 4
  Folder
Pictures at an Exhibition - Das Puppenspiel 5
  Folder
The Puppet Proposition 6
  Folder
The Puppet Proposition - Penn State, 1978 7
  Folder
Puppet Workshop - Erie, 8
  Folder
Ragtime and All That Jazz 9
  Folder
The Reluctant Dragon 10
  Folder
Rike's Puppet Theatre 11
  Folder
Rumpelstiltskin 12
  Folder
Scrub Brushes 13
  Folder
Smithsonian Institute - with Senator John Heinz 14
  Folder
Soviet Union 15
  Folder
Tales Told Round the Fire - Tzar Trajan 16
  Folder
Teacher Workshop - Pittsburgh, 1978 17
  Folder
Toby 18
  Folder
Trick Skeleton 19
  Folder
Wedding on the Eiffel Tower 20
  Folder
Wizard 21
  Folder
Unidentified 22

Subseries  2. Negatives 

  BoxFolder
Aladdin - School show 151
  Folder
Alice in Wonderland 2
  Folder
Audiences 3
  Folder
Beauty and the Beast 4
  Folder
Behind the Scenes 5
  Folder
Bunraku 6
  Folder
Drak 7
  Folder
Ellsworth Avenue 8
  Folder
Gov't Owned Apples 9
  Folder
Incredible Holiday Machine 10
  Folder
Jack and the Beanstalk 11
  Folder
Keystone Cop 12
  Folder
Love's the Best Doctor 13
  Folder
Lovelace Home/Workshop 14
  Folder
Lovelace, Margo 15
  Folder
McMillan, W. G. 16
  Folder
Munich collection 17
  Folder
Performances 18
  Folder
Performances - Three Rivers Arts Festival, 1971 19
  Folder
Pierrot 20
  Folder
The Puppet Proposition 21
  Folder
Puppets 22
  Folder
Das Puppenspiel - A Christmas Carol 23
  Folder
Ragtime and All that Jazz - Mime 24
  Folder
Ragtime and All that Jazz - Mime 25
  Folder
Ragtime and All That Jazz - Scrub Brush 26
  Folder
Ragtime and All That Jazz - Tap Dancer 27
  Folder
Ragtime and All That Jazz - 'Lollipop' (also Keystone Cop) 28
  Folder
Puppet Proposition 29
  Folder
Tales Told Round The Fire - Tzar Trajan 30
  Folder
Tales Told Round The Fire - Little Scar Face 31
  Folder
Toby 32
  Folder
Visser, David 33
  Folder
Unidentified 34

Subseries  3. Slides 

  Folder
Beauty and the Beast 35
  Folder
Carnival in Rio 36
  Folder
Emporer's New Clothes 37
  Folder
Jack and the Beanstalk - David Visser's Hawaii production 38
  Folder
Punch and Judy - Hartwood Acres, 1976 39
  Folder
Scenery - Miscelaneous 40
  Folder
U.S.S.R., 1976 41
  Folder
Unidentified 42

Subseries  4. Artwork 

  BoxFolder
Betsinda 161
  Folder
Bicentennial Show Costume Plates 2
  Folder
Children 3
  Folder
Clowns 4
  Folder
Commedia della Arte 5
  Folder
Costuming notes 6
  Folder
Dancers 7
  Folder
Fairy Blackstick 8
  Folder
House 9
  Folder
How puppets pick up - Chinese 10
  Folder
King Julio 11
  Folder
Man with Beret 12
  Folder
Molly - Days of the Great Buffalo 13
  Folder
More of Winnie the Pooh 14
  Folder
Mrs. Gruffanuff 15
  Folder
Naropa 16
  Folder
Noh Masks 17
  Folder
Notebook 18
  Folder
Pinoccio, Fox, and Fish 19
  Folder
Prince Bulbo 20
  Folder
Puppets - Miscellaneous 21
  Folder
Sets - Miscellaneous 22
  Folder
Rumpelstiltskin 23
  Folder
Wedding on the Eiffel Tower 24

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Series  VII. Video Recordings, 1956-1970 

Scope and Content Notes

The video recordings in this series are in alphabetical order by title of producition. There are three subseries - 16 MM, 8 MM, and videotape. The videotape cassettes in this series are Umatic format, which can be viewed on the ground floor of the Hillman Library.

Subseries  1. 16mm 

  Reel
The Little Prince - Outdoor performance 1
("The Little Prince - Outdoor performance" online pending)
  Reel
Princess Snowflake and Her Friends - American Inventory, 1956 2
("Princess Snowflake and Her Friends - American Inventory," online pending)
  BoxReel
Promotional Film - Miscelaneous footage of performances, etc. 213-5
("Promotional Film - Miscelaneous footage of performances, etc." online pending)
  Reel
Puss in Boots 6
("Puss in Boots" online pending)
  Reel
Space Place 7-8
("Space Place" online pending)
  Reel
Three Billy Goats Gruff 9
("Three Billy Goats Gruff" online pending)
  Reel
Three Billy Goats Gruff - School 10-12
("Three Billy Goats Gruff" online pending)

Subseries  2. 8mm 

  Reel
Balyashnikov - Pittsburgh Public Theatre 13
("Balyashnikov - Pittsburgh Public Theatre" online pending)
  Reel
Bicenntennial Show - Frick Park 14-17
("Bicenntennial Show - Frick Park" online pending)
  Reel
Jack and the Beanstalk - Carnegie Museum of Art 18
("Jack and the Beanstalk - Carnegie Museum of Art" online pending)
  Reel
Ragtime and All That Jazz - Extra footage 19-24
("Ragtime and All That Jazz - Extra footage" online pending)
  Reel
Tales Told Round the Fire 25-26
("Tales Told Round the Fire" online pending)
  Reel
Unidentified 27
("Unidentified" online pending)

Subseries  3. Videotape 

  Reel
Christopher Columbus, May 6, 1969 1
("Christopher Columbus," online pending)
  Reel
Christopher Columbus, May 9, 1969 2
("Christopher Columbus," online pending)
  Reel
Lovelace Marionettes, May 1, 1970 3
("Lovelace Marionettes," online pending)
  Reel
Unidentified - Two-inch videotape 4
("Unidentified - Two-inch videotape " online pending)
  Cassette
Children's Public Service Announcements 1
("Children's Public Service Announcements" online pending)
  Cassette
The Days of the Great Buffalo - Commercial, 1982 2
("Lovelace Marionette advertisement" online pending)
  Cassette
Magic of The Lovelace Theatre 3
("Magic of The Lovelace Theatre" online pending)

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Series  VI. Audio Recordings, 1967-1972 

Scope and Content Notes

The audio recordings in this series are in alphabetical order by title of production. All the materials in this series are reel to reel audio tape, with the exception of the last item - an interivew with Margo Lovelace. This interview is on audio cassettes.

  BoxReel
Alice in Blunderland 171
("Alice in Blunderland" online pending)
  Reel
Apollo of Bellac 2
("Apollo of Bellac" online pending)
  Reel
Apollo of Bellac - Live performance, May 12, 1972 3
("Apollo of Bellac - Live performance," online pending)
  Reel
Beauty and the Beast, 1971 4
("Beauty and the Beast," online pending)
  Reel
Before Divertisement 5
("Before Divertisement" online pending)
  Reel
Brave Little Tailor, January 5, 1972 6
("Brave Little Tailor," online pending)
  Reel
Bremen 7
("Bremen" online pending)
  Reel
Christopher Columbus? 8
("Christopher Columbus?" online pending)
  Reel
Emperor's New Clothes - Lazarus, 1971 9
("Emperor's New Clothes - Lazarus," online pending)
  Reel
Emperor's New Clothes, 1971 10
("Emperor's New Clothes," online pending)
  Reel
Fanto - College tour 11
("Fanto - College tour" online pending)
  Reel
Hansel and Gretel music 12
("Hansel and Gretel music" online pending)
  Reel
Hansel and Gretel, 1967-1968 13-14
("Hansel and Gretel," online pending)
  Reel
Jack and the Beanstalk - Theatre version 15
("Jack and the Beanstalk - Theatre version" online pending)
  Reel
Jack and the Beanstalk - Lazarus, 1969 16
("Jack and the Beanstalk - Lazarus," online pending)
  Reel
Love's the Best Doctor 17
("Love's the Best Doctor" online pending)
  Reel
Mask, Mime, and Marionette 18
("Mask, Mime, and Marionette" online pending)
  Reel
Peter Pan 19
("Peter Pan" online pending)
  Reel
Peter Pan - Lazarus, 1969 20
("Peter Pan - Lazarus," online pending)
  Reel
Pinoccio, 1968 21
("Pinoccio," online pending)
  Reel
Pinoccio - Gimbel's, 1968 22
("Pinoccio - Gimbel's," online pending)
  Reel
Pooh 23
("Pooh" online pending)
  Reel
Pooh, 1972 24
("Pooh," online pending)
  Reel
Pooh - School show 25
("Pooh - School show" online pending)
  Reel
Princess and the Pea - Theatre version 26
("Princess and the Pea - Theatre version" online pending)
  Reel
Princess and the Pea 27
("Princess and the Pea" online pending)
  Reel
Princess and the Pea - School show 28
("Princess and the Pea - School show" online pending)
  Reel
Punchinello's Past 29
("Punchinello's Past" online pending)
  Reel
Puppet Proposition 30
("Puppet Proposition" online pending)
  Reel
Puss in Boots 31-32
("Puss in Boots " online pending)
  BoxReel
Puss in Boots, 1971 1833
("Puss in Boots," online pending)
  Reel
Rapunzel 34
("Rapunzel" online pending)
  Reel
Red Ridinghood - Lazarus, 1972 35
("Red Ridinghood - Lazarus," online pending)
  Reel
Reluctant Dragon 36
("Reluctant Dragon" online pending)
  Reel
Rumpelstiltskin 37
("Rumpelstiltskin" online pending)
  Reel
Russian Dances 38
("Russian Dances" online pending)
  Reel
Sleeping Beauty - Theatre version 39
("Sleeping Beauty - Theatre version" online pending)
  Reel
Three Billy Goats Gruff 40-41
("Three Billy Goats Gruff" online pending)
  Reel
Three Wishes 42
("Three Wishes" online pending)
  Reel
Three Wishes - Rike's, 1969 43
("Three Wishes - Rike's," online pending)
  Reel
T.A.P. Conference 44
("T.A.P. Conference" online pending)
  Reel
Tom and Huck 45
("Tom and Huck" online pending)
  Reel
Variety Show Music 46
("Variety Show Music" online pending)
  Reel
The Toymaker 47
("The Toymaker" online pending)
  BoxReel
Wedding on the Eiffel Tower 1948
("Wedding on the Eiffel Tower" online pending)
  Reel
Wizard of Oz 49
("Wizard of Oz " online pending)
  Reel
Unidentified 50-53
("Unidentified" online pending)
  BoxCassette
Interview with Margo Lovelace 201-8
("Interview with Margo Lovelace" online pending)

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