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Holden--Charles F. (English Faculty)

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1 Fish, Holden are engaged; wedding will be this fall
College Eye 27:45, p.3
6/14/1935 Virginia Fish will marry Charles F. Holden.
2 Drama
Old Gold 0:0, p.155
6/1/1935 Brief description of the year's major productions; photos.
3 Changes in faculty personnel
Alumnus 18:4, p.12
10/1/1934 Short biographical sketches of new faculty.
4 Jolly "hellos" greet students returning to revamped campus
College Eye 26:12, p.3
9/10/1934 Faculty fete Charles Holden; V. O. V. holds picnic.
5 Six teachers join faculty
College Eye 26:12, p.1
9/10/1934 Brief profiles of new faculty.
6 Six new staff members begin their duties at the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1934:592, p.1
7 Six alumni members of Theta Alpha Phi have returned to work on the play "The Mistress of the Inn."
Public Relations News Release 1934:573, p.1
8/5/1934 Cast and crew
8 Strayer and Holden bring Broadway to campus drama hour
Schmidt--Margaret A. (Class of 1938)
College Eye 26:5, p.1
7/6/1934 Present scenes from Broadway plays.
9 Drama shop stages two new Broadway hits
Alumnus 18:3, p.16
7/1/1934 Schedule of plays presented this year; photo.
10 Nine students at the Iowa State Teachers College will participate in the comedy, "The Late Christopher Bean."
Public Relations News Release 1934:527, p.1
7/1/1934 Cast for the play.
11 Strayer, Holden to give leisure hour program
College Eye 26:4, p.1
6/29/1934 Will present scenes from five modern plays.
12 Inventive drama shop makes own press at cost of 35 cents; 'home-made' device prints one hundred posters in an hour
College Eye 26:3, p.1
6/22/1934 Professor Holden and students build press out of spare parts.
13 Howard comedy to be given as summer drama; successful London, New York play scheduled for July 12, 13
College Eye 26:2, p.1
6/15/1934 Preview of "The Late Christopher Bean".
14 Wood to teach in Michigan for term
College Eye 26:2, p.3
6/15/1934 Stanley Wood will work at Brook School of the Theatre in Traverse City, Michigan; will then teach in Guttenberg.
15 Drama
Old Gold 0:0, p.162
6/1/1934 Description of the drama department and brief description of the six major productions; photos.
16 English
Old Gold 0:0, p.36
6/1/1934 Department description and staff; photos.
17 Summer term students face a full program of social events for the term
Public Relations News Release 1934:518, p.2
6/1/1934 Schedule of events.
18 "Perfect Alibi" to be different play
College Eye 25:44, p.1
5/25/1934 Preview of the play.
19 Lynch reveals staff changes; H. Darkes Albright will succeed Holden here in the fall
College Eye 25:44, p.1
5/25/1934 Harold Bosley will assume duties as director of religious activities.
20 The drama division will present A. A. Milne's play, "The Perfect Alibi"
Public Relations News Release 1934:505, p.1
5/20/1934 Cast and crew of the play.
21 Dramatists to meet Saturday; at least 450 students and teachers expected to attend
College Eye 25:39, p.1
4/20/1934 Program schedule.
22 Drama students present "Peace on Earth"
Public Relations News Release 1932:412, p.1
4/18/1934 The anti-war play will run on April 19, 20, and 21. Forty two drama students play characters while an additional twenty take part in the mob scenes.
23 Fourth Annual Conference on Play Production
Public Relations News Release 1932:413, p.1
4/18/1934 Students and teachers from approximately five-hundred high schools have been invited to the conference to be held on campus Saturday, April 21. "Peace on Earth" the anti-war play will give a special matinee performance.
24 Drama confab to be April 21; extensive program planned by drama department for delegates
College Eye 25:38, p.1
4/13/1934 Conference program schedule.
25 Three return from leaves; Holden, Gilbert, Overn to resume duties; leave for Aitchison
College Eye 25:34, p.1
26 Charles Holden is busily engaged in new Broadway hit
College Eye 25:26, p.3
1/12/1934 Will not resume teaching duties until spring.
27 Holden, Fagan will resume duties here
College Eye 25:23, p.5
12/4/1933 Professor Holden has been on leave; Professor Fagan has been ill.
28 English
Alumnus 17:4, p.2
10/1/1933 Profile of Department of English and its head, S. A. Lynch; photo.
29 Four new names are added to faculty roster
College Eye 25:12, p.1
9/11/1933 Short bios of the new faculty members are provided along the names of those who will be on leave or are returning.
30 College float drew admiring comment at celebration here
College Eye 25:11, p.3
8/18/1933 Float planned by several faculty members.
31 Play production class gives scenes from five plays
College Eye 25:9, p.1
8/4/1933 Under direction of Professor Strayer.
32 "The Show Off"
Public Relations News Release 1932:347, p.1
7/27/1933 The second play of the summer semester will be produced tonight and tomorrow night in the college auditorium at 8:15 p. m.
33 Drama Department hectographs signs
College Eye 25:7, p.1
7/21/1933 Professor Holden oversees the new production method.
34 College drama department is honored again; campus theater is listed as outstanding by publication
College Eye 25:3, p.1
6/23/1933 Theatre Arts Monthly honors ISTC drama.
35 Depression? Anyway, Spanish castles cost less than seven dollars complete; paint, glue, nails are only new materials for patio scene
College Eye 25:2, p.1
6/16/1933 Professor Holden talks about the set design for the recent play; set cost $6.80.
36 Strayer, Holden write articles for 'The Cue'
College Eye 25:2, p.1
6/16/1933 Write articles on set design.
37 English
Old Gold 0:0, p.23
6/1/1933 History and aims of the department; organized in 1909; curriculum; photos.
38 A light commedy for the annual commencement play
Public Relations News Release 1932:318, p.1
5/22/1933 "The Women Have Their Way" by the Quintero brothers, will be in the college auditorium Thursday and Friday, May 25 and 26, at 8:15 p. m.
39 Annual drama conference to be staged here; high school meeting will convene Saturday, April 22
College Eye 24:28, p.1
4/14/1933 Description of the program of the third annual drama conference.
40 Shakespeare will be presented
Public Relations News Release 1932:282, p.1
4/14/1933 "Romeo and Juliet" will be presented for the students April 20 and 24, and on April 22 for the delegates of the third annual state high school drama conference.
41 Third annual conference on play production
Public Relations News Release 1932:283, p.1
4/14/1933 "Romeo and Juliet" will be presented on April 22 to high school students and teachers from all over the state, as part of the third annual state high school drama conference.
42 Cast is chosen for spring play; Shakespeare's play 'Romeo and Juliet' to be given in April
College Eye 24:26, p.1
3/31/1933 List of cast members.
43 Double revolving stage makes debut at presentation of 'Once in a Lifetime"
College Eye 24:20, p.2
2/17/1933 Description of the revolving stage.
44 Double revolving stage
Public Relations News Release 1932:238, p.1
2/15/1933 The first appearance of a double revolving stage will be on Thursday and Friday, February 16and 17, at 8:15 p.m., when students present the play "Once in a Lifetime".
45 Ninety girls attend formal dinner-dance for Bartlett, west
College Eye 24:18, p.3
46 Raymond Phillips holds a prominent part
Public Relations News Release 1932:237, p.1
2/1/1933 Raymond Phillips plays a prominent part in the play "Once in a Lifetime", Thursday and Friday , February 16 and 17.
47 The annual mid-winter production "Once in Lifetime"
Public Relations News Release 1932:236, p.1
2/1/1933 Approximately fifty drama students will stage the play, "Once in a LIfetime", Thursday and Friday, February 16 and 17, as their annual mid-winter production.
48 45 candidates to be announced as "Well Known Tutors"
Public Relations News Release 1932:218, p.1
1/27/1933 A list of the names of 45 students selected by the Old Gold as candidates for "Well Known Tutors", will be given places of honor in a special feature section of the annual.
49 Mystery hovers round choice of 'Campus Tutors'
College Eye 24:17, p.1
1/27/1933 Trying to figure out who will be selected " Well-Known Tutors" in the Old Gold.
50 Tutor Ticklers, all-campus vaudeville program.
Public Relations News Release 1932:207, p.1
1/13/1933 Five campus organizations chosen from among twelve organizations to perform in Tutor Ticklers, all-vaudeville program, to be staged on February 2 and 3, 1933.


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