Gerald Kahan papers

Gerald Kahan papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Library
Creator: Kahan, Gerald, 1923-1993
Title: Gerald Kahan papers
Dates: 1947-1980
Quantity: 2.4 Linear feet 6 document boxes
Coll. Number: ms2026

Biographical/Historical Note

Gerald Kahan (1923-1993) was a professor emeritus of theater and drama at the University of Georgia. He served in WWII as a bombadier in the U.S. Army Air Corps, and earned his PhD. from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Kahan was also an antiquarian book dealer, and author.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of annotated scripts, photographs, and notes by Gerald Kahan.


Index Terms

Annotations.
Kahan, Gerald, 1923-1993
Notes.
Scripts (documents)
Theater--Photographs.
Theater--Study and teaching (Higher)--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century.
University of Georgia.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Gerald Kahan papers, ms2026, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Material

For related materials in this repository, see Gerald Kahan collection, ms2788.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
BoxFolder
11 Affairs of State-Belfry Players, 1954 July
 
2 Angel Street-Linden Circle, 1950 July
 
3 Arms and the Man-Sheboygan, 1949 March
 
4 Awake and Sing-Reed, 1958 February
 
5 Bacchae-Georgia, 1972 April
 
6 Before Breakfast-Sheboygan, 1951 April
 
7 Blithe Spirit-Linden Circle, 1950 June
 
8 Blood Wedding-Georgia, 1967 November 1
 
9 Boy Meets Girl Western Washington College of Education, 1954 November
 
BoxFolder
21 The Comedy of Errors-Stevens Point, 1954 April
 
2 The Corn Is Green-Sheboygan, 1949 October
 
3 The Country Girl-Georgia, 1960 October
 
4 Dark Lady of the Sonnets-Wisconsin, 1947 July
 
5 Death of a Salesman-Reed, 1959 February
 
6 Dido and Aeneas-Western Washington College of Education, 1955 May
 
7 Dr. Faustus-Georgia, 1977 February 15
 
8 The Drunkard-Sheboygan, 1951 March
 
9 Everyman-Reed, 1957 March
 
10 Fresh Fields-Linden Circle, 1980 July
 
11 The Front Page-Sheboygan, 1950 February
 
BoxFolder
31 Gigi Belfry Players, 1954 September
 
2 The Glass Menagerie-Sheboygan, 1950 December
 
3 Goodbye, My Fancy-Sheboygan, 1951 May
 
4 The Hairy Ape-Wisconsin, 1947 November
 
5 Hamlet-Wisconsin, 1953 April
 
6 The Happy Hypochondriac (Malade Imaginaire) WWCE, 1955 February
 
7 Harvey-Sheboygan, 1951 October
 
8 The Hasty Heart-Sheboygan, 1949 May
 
9 Home of the Brave-Sheboygan, 1951 December
 
10 Hotel Paradiso-Georgia, 1969 October
 
BoxFolder
41 The Imaginary Invalid-Georgia, 1964 November
 
2 Iolanthe-Reed, 1957 May
 
3 John Loves Mary-Sheboygan, 1949 December
 
4 Juno and the Paycook-Georgia, 1961
 
5 Ladies in Retirement-Sheboygan, 1949 January
 
6 The Lady's Not for Burning-Belfry Players, 1954 August
 
7 Life with Father-Sheboygan, 1948 November
 
8 Love's Labor's Lost
 
9 Love's Labour's Lost, 1957 November
 
BoxFolder
51 The Miser-Georgia, 1962 November
 
2 Miss Julie-Linden Circle, 1950 August
 
3 Noah-Linden Circle, 1950 August
 
4 The Rivals-Georgia, 1964 February
 
5 The Rivals-Reed, 1956 November
 
6 Shadow and Substance-Linden Circle, 1950 July
 
7 She Stoops to Conquer-Madison, 1953 July
 
8 State of the Union-Sheboygan, 1952 May
 
9 Taming of the Shrew-Sheboygan, 1952 March
 
10 Taming of the Shrew-Linden Circle, 1950 August
 
11 The Tempest-Georgia, 1960 February
 
12 Thieves Carnival-Georgia, 1965 November
 
13 Torchbearers-WWCE, 1955 November
 
BoxFolder
61 Trial By Jury WWCE, 1955 May
 
2 A Trial Abroad (Perrichon) Reed, 1958 November
 
3 Two Blind Mice-Sheboygan, 1950 October
 
4 Venus Observed-Madison-Phi Beta, 1953 November
 
5 Twelfth Night-Colorado, 1960 August
 
6 Twelfth Night WWCE, 1956 May
 
7 Wakefield Cycle (Nativity)-Georgia, 1974 November
 
8Fanny Kemble negatives, photographs
 
9 Fanny Kemble Reads Shakespeare, 1849-1850