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Bell, David S.


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

The Civil War Newspaper Business, 2011

 Sub-Series — series: 37, sub-series: 8
Identifier: Sub-Series 8
Scope and Contents

During the Civil War, hundreds of newspapers throughout the north and south reported and editorialized about the events of this unprecedented American conflict. This exhibit surveys the 1860s American newspaper industry and the crucial role of printed media in disseminating news, opinion, and even visual information such as maps, illustrations, cartoons, and photographs.

Dates: Created: 2011

William Shakespeare and London's Globe Theatre: 1599 to Today, 2004

 Sub-Series — series: 23, sub-series: 9
Identifier: Sub-Series 9
Scope and Contents

The Globe Theatre was one of ten open-air amphitheatres that existed in London during the Elizabethan period.  Its distinction among them, of course, is that the Globe housed William Shakespeare's acting company and served as the original venue for many of his plays.  This exhibit traces the history of the Globe from its original opening in 1599 to its twentieth century rebirth in 1997.

Dates: Created: 2004