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Theatre productions: Set construction

University Archives Photograph Collection

Theatre productions: Set construction

Item Details

coverage
1970-1980
date
2019-09-26T18:45:47Z
2019-09-26T18:45:47Z
2019-09-26 (issued)
description
Black and white photograph shows John Marc Gulley, director of "Hay Fever," using a hammer to remove a nail from a piece of wood. The back of the photograph reads "John Gulley, director of 'Hay Fever'" and "John Marc Gulley, 1976-1980."
format
image\jpg
10 x 8 inches
photographs
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/94594
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Libraray
Wake Forest University
University Archives Photograph Collection (RG10.1)
Academic Departments. Theatre and Dance Department (RG16.29)
rights
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Rights Statement
This Item is protected by copyright and\or related rights. However, for this Item, either (a) no rights-holder(s) have been identified or (b) one or more rights-holder(s) have been identified but none have been located. You are free to use this Item in any way that is permitted by the copyright and related rights legislation that applies to your use.
Please note that the above copyright statement applies to the entire collection, and individual photographs may be subject to an independent copyright status. Please contact ZSR Special Collections & Archives (archives@wfu.edu) to confirm the status of individual photographs in this collection.
source
https:\\wakespace.lib.wfu.edu\handle\10339\39540
subject
Noel Coward, 1899-1973. Hay Fever
Wake Forest University--Students
Theatrical producers and directors--North Carolina--Winston-Salem
Theaters--Stage-setting and scenery--North Carolina--Winston-Salem
Stage props--North Carolina--Winston-Salem
title
Theatre productions: Set construction
type
Still Image

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