The collection consists of Lake Forest College Art professor Franz Schulze's research papers on Philip Johnson.Schulze, Franz
Consists of three scrapbooks of political cartoons.
1 box of the publication Lake Forest PapersLake Forest College
The collection features one folder of correspondence (photocopied) and eleven original editorial cartoons by artist Carey Cassius Orr (1890-1967). As a Pulitizer Prize winning cartoonist, Orr produced much of his witty and pointed work, including all of the pieces in this collection, during his time drawing with the Chicago Tribune from 1917 to 1963. The collection features both black and white and color drawings of various sizes. Many handwritten notes by Orr and Tribune newspaper staff are visible and show the behind-the-scenes work of cartooning for a national newspaper.Orr, Carey 1890-1967, 1890-1967
This book holds the most connection with the materials of Series 2. Pages appear to be photocopies of handwritten entries detailing all the production notes held by the PlayReaders group. The book does mention some productions as early as 1938 despite the overall 1950s to 1970s age range of the Laflin collection materials.
Titles Include: The Reluctant Dragon (From the short story by Kenneth Grahame) and Stephano (Said to be a play written by Laflin and William Shakespeare).
Titles Include: Suspicion (From the Novel 'Philopena' by Henry Kitchell Webster), and The Tree-Men of Venus.
Titles Include: Libretto of La Illinoisa (The Illinois Girl) A Very Grand Opera in Two Acts (Note there are 3 copies of this document), Handwritten Song Verse on board, and With One Consent.
Titles Include: Gaining A God of Goodness and Losing the Lord of Love Note the stamp with Laflin's address to return scripts if needed
Titles Include: The Other Side of the Wall, Palamon and Arcite (or Love Conquers All), and The Pass Over Christianity Plot.
Titles Include: Murder in the Cathedral, Ollantay, and Love in Five Acts
Titles of Plays Included: Swine, The First Friday, and The Red Cross Story or 'Tutti Fratelli' (All Men are Brothers) 1959
Titles Include: God Save the Queen and The Gadsbys by Rudyard Kipling
Title: Blanco-Blanks by George Bernard Shaw and its 'Native' Adaptation by L. Ellsworth Laflin, Jr.