3 sound files, digital, MPEG3 file
Some names and terms used in this interview: Judith Sargent, Stevens Murray, The Gloucester Theater,Gloucester Social Library,Union Hall, Prospect St.,Edwin Booth,Longfellow, J. O. Bradstreet,Oxford Club,Buskin Club,Lothrop and Tolman,Fred W. Tibbetts,Union Hill Theater,William G. Brown, Jr.,Olympic,Strand Theater,North Shore Theater,Gloucester Drive-In,Little Arts Cinema, Rockport,James R. Pringle, Maggie Kline, Professor G. P. Baker, Heywood Broun, Blascoism,Abby Shute Merchant, Mrs. Lyman Gale,Atwoods Gallery and Theater,Sam Hume,Mrs. Isaac Patch,Mrs. George W. Woodbury, Miss Lucy Conant,Mrs. William E. Atwood,Florence Cunningham,Livingston Platt,Louis Kronenberger,Hyatt Mayor,Tom Crosby,,Mrs. J. Fletcher Burnham,Mrs. Parsons, Leslie Buswell,Louise Clausser Hale,Carl Nordell,Mrs. Florence Evans,Community Dramatic School, Tarr's Paint Shop,Playhouse on the Moors,Drawing Room Theater,Howard Curtis,Natalie Hammond,Stillington Hall,Hugh Miller,Adelaide Whitman,Mrs. A. Lynn Cococheran, Frank Ledger, Howard Hanson,Deems Taylor, Mr. Rosie,American Opera Company,Stratford Memorial Theater,Otis Riggs,Norris Houghten,William Wilson, William Borlands,Jose & Mel Ferrer, families,Annisquam International Company,Foster Damon, Mayor Joseph Grillo,Russell Crouse,Clayton Stockbridge, Ken Gore,Eleanor Moore,Gene O'Donnell, Nan Webber.
Linda Brayton and David Masters, principal oral historians; Interview date: 7/17/1980
Lecture on Cape Ann and the theater.
Originally issued on sound cassettes and transferred to compact discs.