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Overview

Historical Note

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Access Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Notices and Printed Matter, 1939-1979

Performances, 1966-1979

Administrative records, 1946-1981

Southern Methodist University

Community Course records

A Guide to the Collection



Overview

Creator: Community Course (Dallas, Tex.)
Title: Community Course records
Inclusive Dates: 1939-1981
Bulk Dates: 1965-1979
Abstract: The Community Course was a non-profit lecture-concert-drama series co-sponsored by Southern Methodist University and Temple Emanu-El, the largest Reformed Jewish temple in Dallas. The organization presented cultural events on the SMU campus, usually in McFarlin Auditorium from 1939 to 1981. The collection includes administrative records, ephemera, and extensive correspondence related to the SMU Community Course and its director, Ronald C. Knickerbocker.
Accession No: SMU 1991.0079
Extent: 13 boxes (6.5 linear feet)
Language: Material is in English
Repository Southern Methodist University Archives, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University

Historical Note

Founded in 1939 by co-sponsors Southern Methodist University and Temple Emanu-El, Community Course was a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the cultural life of SMU and the Dallas community. With seven or eight performances per season (October-April) held at SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium, Community Course provided a variety of lectures, musical performances, and theatrical productions, which catered to general public tastes. Only season tickets were sold – and quickly sold out – at a low price, while SMU students received free admission to all events. Yet from its very first season the series managed to operate without subsidies from its two sponsors.

Ronald C. Knickerbocker, an SMU alumnus and son of a school founder, served as executive director of the Community Course throughout its forty-year run. Part of the success of the flexible-format series stemmed from Knickerbocker’s ability to identify performers on the verge of international stardom and bring them to Dallas while their booking fees were still relatively low: for instance, Isaac Stern, Paco de Lucia, and Yehudi Menuhin all appeared on the Community Course stage as soon-to-be world-famous young artists. In addition, Knickerbocker also booked such well known figures as Salvador Dali and Thomas Mann, as well as a few popular returning acts including the three-time visit of Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

After forty seasons, the Community Course came to an end with Knickerbocker’s retirement in 1979, as the university administration decided to cancel the popular series due to the absence of a proper replacement for the longtime director.

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Biographical Note

Ronald C. Knickerbocker (1908-1984), a graduate of SMU, returned to his alma mater to serve as its first director of publicity in 1931. "Knick" had strong family ties to the university: his father, H.D. Knickerbocker, a Methodist preacher, had been one of the school’s founders, while his brother H.R. Knickerbocker established SMU’s journalism department. In nearly five decades of employment at SMU, Ronald C. Knickerbocker served as university photographer, director of the Office of Information and University Publications, and founding director of the SMU Archives. Yet his name is most associated with the Community Course, which he founded and directed throughout its forty-year tenure from 1939 to 1979. Knickerbocker, who had been the recipient of the 1968 Cultural Award by the Dallas-Fort Worth Art Directors Association in recognition of his achievements through the cultural entertainment series, retired in 1979 after the last season of the Community Course.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Community Course Records collection consists primarily of correspondence, promotional materials, ephemera, and financial and other administrative records pertaining to the non-profit lecture-concert-drama series and its director Ronald C. Knickerbocker. Types of sources include brochures, flyers, photographs, press releases, newspaper clippings, artist contracts, stagehand payrolls, ticket sales logs, and invoices, as well as extensive correspondence with booking agents, artists, patrons, university administrators, newspaper editors, and other organizations.

Although Community Course was founded in 1939, the overwhelming majority of the records are from the last fourteen seasons of the series, from 1965 to 1979. Some of the administrative records were kept in the order of the original topical filing system used by Community Course administrators in the 1970s, and most file folders have original labels.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into 3 series:
Series 1: Notices and Printed Matter, 1939-1979
Series 2: Performances, 1966-1979
Series 3: Administrative records, 1946-1981

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Restrictions

Access to Collection:

Collection is open for research use.

Publication Rights:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained from the Director of the DeGolyer Library.

Copyright Statement:

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain copyright authorization.

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Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms in the Southern Methodist University Libraries' online catalog. Researchers desiring related materials may search the catalog using these terms.
Community Course (Dallas, Tex.)
Community and college -- Texas -- Dallas.
Universities and colleges -- Texas -- Dallas -- Public services.
Performing arts -- Texas -- Dallas -- 20th century.
Music -- Texas -- Dallas -- 20th century.
Texas -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
Knickerbocker, R.C. (Ronald C.)
Southern Methodist University.
Temple Emanu-El (Dallas, Tex.)
McFarlin Auditorium (Dallas, Tex.)

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Related Material

R.C. Knickerbocker Collection of Performing Arts, located in the McCord/Renshaw Collection on the Performing Arts, Jerry Bywaters Special Collection, at the Hamon Arts Library of Southern Methodist University.

Community course records are available by appointment at Temple Emanu-El’s archives in Dallas, Texas.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Community Course records, Southern Methodist University Archives, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University.

Acquisition Information

Deposit, 1991.

Processed by

Archives staff, 1991.

Anna Banhegyi, 2008.

Finding Aid written by

Anna Banhegyi, 2008.

Encoded by

Lara Corazalla, 2008.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1:
Notices and Printed Matter, 1939-1979
3 Boxes

Folders arranged by season generally contain patron notices and public announcements, season tickets and order forms, newspaper clippings, as well as promotional material including brochures, flyers, and event programs. Records from 1939 to 1952 are in bulk; post-1952 files are arranged by season.
Box Folder
1 1 Notices and Printed Matter 1939-1950
2 Notices and Printed Matter 1950-1952
3 Notices and Printed Matter 1952-1953
4 Notices and Printed Matter 1953-1954
5 Notices and Printed Matter 1954-1955
6 Notices and Printed Matter 1955-1956
7 Notices and Printed Matter 1956-1957
8 Notices and Printed Matter 1957-1958
9 Notices and Printed Matter 1958-1959
10 Notices and Printed Matter 1959-1960
11 Notices and Printed Matter 1960-1961
12 Notices and Printed Matter 1961-1962
13 Notices and Printed Matter 1962-1963
14 Notices and Printed Matter 1963-1964
15 Notices and Printed Matter 1964-1965
16 Notices and Printed Matter 1965-1966
Box Folder
2 1 Notices and Printed Matter 1966-1967
2 Notices and Printed Matter 1967-1968
3 Notices and Printed Matter 1968-1969
4 Notices and Printed Matter 1969-1970
5 Notices and Printed Matter 1970-1971
6 Notices and Printed Matter 1971-1972
Box Folder
3 1 Notices and Printed Matter 1972-1973
2 Notices and Printed Matter 1973-1974
3 Notices and Printed Matter 1974-1975
4 Notices and Printed Matter 1975-1976
5 Notices and Printed Matter 1976-1977
6 Notices and Printed Matter 1977-1978
7 Notices and Printed Matter 1978-1979

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Series 2:
Performances, 1966-1979

Arranged chronologically in performance order, this series consists of material related to individual Community Course events. Folders typically contain contracts and technical requirements ("riders"), correspondence with booking agents, performers, and the media, press releases and biographical information, newspaper clippings (ads and reviews), event programs, promotional materials such as flyers and brochures, and various production-related materials, including printing bills and stagehand payrolls. Many folders also contain photographs, which are usually agency-supplied black-and-white publicity stills or headshots.
Box Folder
4 1 Andre Watts – Apr. 12, 1967 (Cancelled, replaced by Ronald Turini)
[Booking agent: Columbia Artist Management, Inc.]
2 Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Nov. 16, 1967
[Booking agent: Pryor-Menz Attractions, Inc.]
3 Hogan's Goat – Nov. 30, 1967 (Cancelled)
[Booking agent: National Performing Arts, Inc.]
4 Replacement/Hogan's Goat Correspondence (Search for replacement options for cancelled event)
5 Fiesta Mexicana – Dec. 16, 1967
[Booking agent: Columbia Artists Management, Inc.]
6 A.E. Hotchner – Jan. 11, 1968
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh]
7 Emlyn Williams as Dylan Thomas Growing Up – Feb. 15, 1968
[Booking agent: Hurok Attractions, Inc.]
8 Lion in Winter – Mar. 12, 1968
[Booking agent: Robert T. Gaus Associates, Inc.]
9 Battle of the Sexes (Philip Burton Drama Quartet) – Mar. 28, 1968
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
10 Rey De La Torre – Apr. 9, 1968
[Booking agent: Herbert Barrett Management]
11 Theatre Royal Windsor – Oct. 10, 1968
[Booking agent: Robert T. Gaus Associates, Inc.]
12 Kid Thomas Valentine & His Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Nov. 6, 1968
[Booking agent: Pryor-Menz Attractions, Inc.]
13 Takako Nishizaki – Dec. 5, 1968
[Booking agent: The Edgar M. Leventritt Foundation]
14 Howard Taubman – Jan. 29, 1969
[Booking agent: The Keedick Lecture Bureau, Inc.]
15 Lord Harlech – Feb. 11, 1969
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
16 Royal Winnipeg Ballet correspondence – Feb. 27, 1969
[Booking agent: Hurok Concerts, Inc.]
17 Kipnis Mime Theater – Mar. 27, 1969
[Booking agent: Herbert Barrett Management]
18 James Dick – Apr. 9, 1969
[Booking agent: The Edgar M. Leventritt Foundation]
19 Max Morath – Oct. 15, 1969
[Booking agent: Pryor-Menz Attractions, Inc.]
20 Romanian Chorale Madrigal – Oct. 28, 1969
[Booking agent: Hurok Attractions]
21 Alexander Scourby – Nov. 11, 1969
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
22 Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead – Dec. 11, 1969
[Booking agent: American Theatre Productions, Inc.]
23 Francisco Espinosa – Jan. 28, 1970
[Booking: Robert T. Gaus Associates / Arthur Shafman International]
24 Don Shirley – Feb. 26, 1970
[Booking agent: Columbia Artists Management]
25 Danzas Venezuela – Mar. 10, 1970
[Booking agent: Columbia Artists Management]
Box Folder
5 1 The World of Gilbert and Sullivan – Oct. 13, 1970
[Booking agent: Columbia Artists Management]
2 John Alexander – Oct. 28, 1970
[Booking agent: Arthur Judson Management, Inc.]
3 Leon Bibb – Nov. 18, 1970
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Lutz Entertainment]
4 Cleveland Amory – Dec. 9, 1970
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh]
5 Varel and Bailly – Jan. 27, 1971
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment]
6 Jose Greco and Company – Feb. 9, 1971
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
7 Sergio Luca – Mar. 17, 1971
[Booking agent: The Edgar M. Leventritt Foundation]
8 Stecher and Horowitz
[Booking agent: Arthur Judson Management]
9 Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Oct. 19, 1971
[Booking agent: Pryor-Menz Attractions]
10 Whitmore, Will Rogers’ USA – Nov. 1, 1971
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment]
Includes 1 audio tape
11 Orchestra Michelangelo di Firenze – Nov. 29, 1971
[Booking agent: Albert Morini Artist Management]
12 Clann Gael – Jan. 26, 1972
[Booking agent: Albert Morini Artist Management]
13 Hanna Aroni – Feb. 15, 1972
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
14 Jose Molina & Company – Mar. 8, 1972
[Booking agent: Arthur Shafman International / Pryor-Menz Attractions]
15 Kun Woo Paik – Mar. 21, 1972
[Booking agent: The Edgar M. Leventritt Foundation]
16 Daniel Schorr – Oct. 16, 1972
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
17 Kreskin – Oct. 31, 1972
[Booking agent: The Keedick Lecture Bureau, Inc.]
18 Celeste Holm & Company – Nov 14, 1972
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
19 Lillian Gish – Jan. 31, 1973
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
20 "Midsummer Night's Dream" – Feb. 19, 1973
(National Shakespeare Company)
21 Geoffrey Holder – Mar. 6, 1973
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
22 Verda Erman – Mar. 20, 1973
[Booking agent: The Edgar M. Leventritt Foundation, Inc.]
23 Salt Lake Symphonic Choir – Apr. 11, 1973
[Booking agent: Pryor-Menz Attractions, Inc.]
Box Folder
6 1 Eugene V. Rostow – Sept. 25, 1973
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
2 World's Greatest Jazzband – Oct. 9, 1973
[Booking agent: Sutton Artists Corporation]
3 Hal Shane – Nov. 5, 1973
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
4 William Windom Plays Thurber – Nov. 19, 1973
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
5 Joan Fontaine – Dec. 3, 1973
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
6 Royal Tahitian Dancers – Jan. 29, 1974
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
7 Patrice Munsel – Feb. 13, 1974
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
8 Leonid Hambro – March 13, 1974
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
9 Rajko, Gypsy Orchestra & Dancers – October 15, 1974
[Booking agent: Hurok Concerts, Inc.]
10 Joshua Logan – Nov. 4, 1974
[Replacement for Sir Cecil Beaton (cancelled)]
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
Also includes Sir Cecil Beaton files
11 Paco de Lucia – Nov. 20, 1974
[Booking agent: Hurok Concerts, Inc.]
12 Louis Nye – Jan. 22, 1975
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
13 Max Lerner & Reid Buckley Debate – Feb. 20, 1975
[Moderated by SMU Vice President & Provost James E. Brooks]
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
14 Continental Theatre Company, "A Streetcar Named Desire" – March 5, 1975
[Booking agent: Pryor-Menz Attractions, Inc.]
15 Ray Bolger – March 18, 1975
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
16 R.S.V.P. - The Cole Porters – April 3, 1975
[Jack & Sally Jenkins, accompanied by The Mac Frampton Triumvirate]
[Event title was changed to "A Tribute to Gershwin & Porter"]
[Booking agent: Pryor-Menz Attractions, Inc.]
Box Folder
7 1 Kreskin – Oct. 7, 1975
[Booking agent: The Keedick Lecture Bureau, Inc.]
2 Jelly Roll Morton Jazzband – Nov. 12, 1975
[a.k.a. Bob Greene’s World of Jelly Roll Morton]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
3 DeMaio & Silver – Dec. 2, 1975
[a.k.a. John DeMaio & Fred Silver, pianists]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
4 Lindley Clark, Lecturer – Jan. 20, 1976
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh]
5 Norman Luboff Choir – Feb. 18, 1976
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
6 Los Indios Tabajaras – March 10, 1976
[Replacement for cancelled Jacques D’Amboise ballet recital]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
7 "Ah, Wilderness!" – Mar. 29, 1976
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
8 Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Sept. 21, 1976
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment / Pryor-Menz Attractions]
9 St. Louis Jazz Quartet – Oct. 14, 1976
[Replacement for cancelled Brock Peters event]
[Booking agent: Ozark Attractions]
Also includes Brock Peters event files
10 Max Morath – Nov. 18, 1976
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
11 Ray Middleton – Dec. 8, 1976
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
12 Cole Trio – Feb. 10, 1977
[a.k.a. The Freddy Cole Trio]
[Replacement for cancelled event by Masterplayers]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
Also includes Masterplayers event files
13 Vincent Price – Feb. 24, 1977
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
14 BROLN, The Moravian Folk Ensemble – Mar. 8, 1977
[a.k.a. Brnensky Roshlasovy Orchestr Lidovych Nastroju]
[a.k.a. Brno Broadcasting Orchestra for Folk Music]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
15 William Windom plays Thurber II – Oct. 6, 1977
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
16 Carol Teitel in "Faces of Love" – Oct. 19, 1977
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
17 New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra – Nov. 3, 1977
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment / Pryor-Menz Attractions]
18 Threepenny Opera – Nov. 22, 1977
(The New Shakespeare Company)
[Booking agent: W. Colston Leigh, Inc.]
Box Folder
8 1 Maryland Ballet – Jan. 19, 1978 (Cancelled)
(Replaced by Space/Dance/Theater, see Folder 2)
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
2 Space/Dance/Theater – Jan. 19, 1978
[Replacement for cancelled Maryland Ballet event]
3 Woody Guthrie – Feb. 16, 1978
[a.k.a. Tom Taylor as "Woody Guthrie"]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Luth Entertainment, Inc.]
4 Peter Nero – April 3, 1978
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Lutz Entertainment, Inc.]
5 "Give 'Em Hell, Harry" (K. McCarthy) – Nov. 21, 1978
[Play written & directed by Samuel Gallu; starring Kevin McCarthy]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Lutz Entertainment, Inc.]
6 Winston Churchill – Oct. 12, 1978
[a.k.a. Winston Churchill II]
[Booking agent: The Keedick Lecture Bureau, Inc.]
7 Bill Crofut – Dec. 5, 1978
[Replacement for cancelled event by Norma French]
[Booking agent: Kolmar-Lutz Entertainment, Inc.]
Also includes Norma French event files
8 Rodgers & Hammerstein – Jan. 30, 1979
[a.k.a. Atlantis Productions, "An Evening of Rodgers & Hammerstein"]
[Booking agent: Ozark Attractions, Inc.]
9 Richard Eder – Feb.15, 1979
[a.k.a. "Abroad in the Theatre"]
[Replacement for cancelled event by Garson Kanin]
[Booking agent: The Keedick Lecture Bureau, Inc.]
Also includes Garson Kanin event files
10 "Chopin Lives" (Robt. Guralnik) – Mar. 20, 1979
[Booking agent: Ozark Attractions, Inc.]
11 Miscellaneous Performers
Miscellaneous undated B&W photographs (27 items):
Carlos Montoya
Leon Bibb
Clara Ward & Her Gospel Singers
Chicago Chamber Orchestra, with Dieter Kober conducting
Aldo Parisot, violoncellist
Stratford Festival Company performing "HMS Pinafore"
Shirley Verrett, mezzosoprano
The Cleveland Playhouse in "The Rivalry"
Edgar Bergen
Harrison Salisbury
The Royal Shakespeare Company in "The Hollow Crown"
Richard Dyer-Bennett, "the 20th Century Troubadour"
Hans Conried & Ruth McDevitt in "The Absence of a Cello"
The Brothers Four (Columbia Records)
Brunilda Ruiz (Harkness Ballet)
Erick Friedman, violinist
Bennett Cerf
Hal Holbrook applying makeup for appearance as Mark Twain
Sabicas
Diana Russell & James Croshaw, dancers ("Love is a Ball!")
Hans Conried
Hal Holbrook as Mark Twain
Maurice Evans & Helen Hayes
Jose Molina & company, Bailes Espanoles
Salvatore Accardo, violinist
Jose Greco
James Mathis, pianist

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Series 3:
Administrative records, 1946-1981
5 Boxes

Subject files include financial records, administrative documents, and general correspondence by Community Course and its director R.C. Knickerbocker with SMU administrators, outside organizations, and the media. Folders in boxes 9-11 are alphabetized according to the file system used by Community Course in the 1970s, mostly containing correspondence from the 1970s (unless otherwise noted). Boxes 12-13 contain financial information and ticket sales logs, primarily from the 1960s.
Box Folder
9 1 A.C.U.C.A.A. (Association of College, University and Community Arts Administrators), 1980
2 Administration Correspondence,1974-1979
3 Ads and Promotional Materials, 1971-1979
4 Bank Account: Savings, 1966-1981
5 Bank Account: Checking, circa 1970s
6 Budget: Community Course, 1969-1975
7 The Daily Campus, 1971-1975
8 Community Course Artists (from the beginning, 1939)
List of all Community Course events, 1939-1979
9 Community Course Communists (Park Cities News Gambit), 1960
10 Complimentary Ticket list, 1959-1961 and 1963-1979
11 Correspondence (with C.C. patrons and miscellaneous), 1978-1979
12 Correspondence (booking agents), 1973-1976
13 "D" Magazine, 1975-1976
14 Dallas Chamber of Commerce
15 Dallas Civic Doormen and Ushers, 1963-1979
16 Dallas Civic Music, 1971-1977
Box Folder
10 1 Dallas Morning News, 1971-1978
2 Deposits and materials, 1969
3 Expenses, 1971-1979
4 Financial Reports, 1949-1979
5 FORUM (Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities), 1973-1977
6 Historical Information, circa 1970s
Newspaper clippings (mostly Dallas Morning News), correspondence, biographical data and undated photograph of Ronald C. Knickerbocker
7 Kennedy Center of Performing Arts, 1975-1978
Kennedy Center News (newsletter)
8 McFarlin Auditorium, 1963-1977
9 Mailing Service, SMU, 1976
Box Folder
11 1 National Endowment for the Arts, 1971-1980
2 National Entertainment Conference, 1968-1969
3 New York Times, 1975-1977
4 Park Cities News, 1975-1978
5 RCK – Personal, 1959-1979
6 Personnel info
7 Post offices correspondence and federal expresses, 1975
[Associated Air Freight, Inc.]
8 Priority Letters, 1969-1978
9 Publicity, Newspaper, 1946-1978
10 Publicity, Releases, 1968-69 season
11 Refunds, 1969-1972
12 "Return Your Order" Forms
13 Security, 1970-1978
14 Stagehands, 1970-1979
15 Student Center (Wall Calendar), 1975-1977
16 Temple Emanu-EL (also Irvin Levy correspondence), 1973-1978
17 Texas Fine Art Commission, 1968-1979
Box Folder
12 1 Check Register records, 1967-1981
2 Deposits, 1964-1965
3 Deposits, 1965-1966
4 Deposits, 1966-1967
5 Deposits, 1967-1968
6 Deposits, 1968-1969
7 Petty Cash, 1966-1967
8 Petty Cash, 1968-1969
9 Petty Cash, 1970-1979
10 SMU SAR (Sundry Accounts), 1966-1967
11 Refunds, 1966-1967
12 Refunds, 1967-1968
13 Refunds, 1968-1969
14 Printing Charges, 1967-1968
15 Printing Costs, 1968-69
Box Folder
13 1 Costs 1967-1968
2 Expenses, 1968-1969
3 Cokesbury, 1963-1964, 1964-1965
4 Cokesbury, 1965-1969
5 Neiman-Marcus, 1964-1965
6 Neiman-Marcus, 1965-1967
7 Printed Forms, Inventory, 1968-1969
8 Ads & Promotional Material, 1967-1968
9 Community Course Ticket Sales, 1952-1955
10 Season Ticket Sales, 1955-1965
11 Season Ticket Sales, 1965-1979
12 Printing Log, 1953-1961 and 1965-1979

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