ELWYN B. ROBINSON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 58202

CHESTER FRITZ AUDITORIUM RECORDS

COLLECTION: UA#104

DATES: 1972-1998 [Bulk Dates: 1972-1989]

SIZE: 12.5 linear feet

INTRODUCTION

ACQUISITION: The Chester Fritz Auditorium Records were deposited in University Archives by the staff of the Chester Fritz Auditorium, in June 2002.

ACCESS: Open for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Department of Special Collections.

HISTORICAL SKETCH

The Chester Fritz Auditorium is located west of the English Coulee and on the south side of University Avenue. The Auditorium stands 85 feet high, covers 26,000 square feet, with over two acres of interior flooring. The building can seat up to 2,400 people. The Auditorium was constructed with over 12 million pounds of concrete and 1.3 million pounds of steel framing.

The Chester Fritz Auditorium was funded by three sources, the first being Chester Fritz himself. He donated $1 million, which was matched by an appropriation from the State of North Dakota. An additional $1 million was raised from private donations.

The Chester Fritz Auditorium held groundbreaking ceremonies on June 26, 1970. After hard work and some set backs, including a sheet metal workers strike, the Auditorium was finished and ready for its first event on October 12, 1972. TheWinnipeg Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonic Choir was the first event in the "Fritz."

Today the Chester Fritz Auditorium plays an important role on the campus of the University of North Dakota. There are many types of entertainment held there each year, including dance and musical groups, lectures, and theater performances.

When Chester Fritz donated his money to build the Auditorium he stated it would be a place where, "Students, faculty and staff can listen appreciatively to the great dramas, oratorios, operas, concerts, and contemporary thinkers...where students may gain clearer visions of truth, beauty and integrity...and where opportunity for weighing comparative values will inspire listening students to rise to higher planes of world understanding, purpose and stewardship."

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Chester Fritz Auditorium Records consist of show files, dating from 1972-1998, although the bulk of the material dates from 1972-1989. The show files contain documents relating to performances at the Chester Fritz Auditorium. While the documentation for each show varies, commonly found documents include: income statements, programs, contracts, merchandise order forms, food lists, newspaper clippings, correspondence, publicity photographs and slides.

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 1
Folder

  1. London (Film): February 5, 1972
  2. Ray Price (UND Fieldhouse): February 6, 1972
  3. Winnipeg Symphony: October 12, 1972
  4. Podipto - Front-Grass Roots: October 13, 1972 (includes poster)
  5. Ed Ames: October 14, 1972 (includes photograph)
  6. New Generation Brubeck: October 27, 1972 (includes photograph)
  7. Spain (Film): November 14, 1972
  8. Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians: November 21, 1972
  9. Christopher Henkel: December 1-3, 1972 (includes photograph)
  10. Hawaii (Film): January 9, 1973
  11. Hong Kong (Film): January 22, 1973
  12. Rolf Schulte: January 26-28, 1973 (includes photograph)
  13. Carlos Montoya: February 3, 1973 (includes photograph)
  14. National of the Deaf: February 6, 1973 (includes photograph)
  15. Herbie Mann: February 9, 1973 (includes photograph)
  16. Gita Karsik: February 23-25, 1973
  17. "I Do, I Do": March 17-18, 1973 (includes photograph and slides)
  18. Les Ballet African (Dance): March 30, 1973 (includes photograph)
  19. Australia (Travel film) By Ken Richter: April 2, 1973 (includes photograph)
  20. Van Cliburn: April 13, 1973 (includes photograph)
  21. Veronica Tyler: April 28, 1973 (includes photograph)
  22. Tony Orlando and Dawn: September 15, 1973 (includes photograph)
  23. Canadian West (Travel film) By Don Cooper: October 2, 1973 (includes photograph)
  24. Esteban Sanchez with Winnipeg Symphony: October 13, 1973 (includes photograph)
  25. Mac Davis: November 1, 1973 (includes photograph)
  26. Norse Adventure (Film): November 6, 1973
  27. "No Sex Please, We're British": November 19, 1973 (includes photograph)
  28. The World's Greatest Jazz Band: December 4, 1973 (includes photograph)
  29. Israel Now and Then (Film): December 12, 1973 (includes photograph)
  30. Canadian Company Opera: January 22, 1974 (includes photograph)
  31. Kris Kristofferson: January 24, 1974
  32. Victor Borge with Winnipeg Symphony: February 15, 1974 (includes photograph)
  33. "Camelot" (Theater): February 24, 1974
  34. "Camelot" (Theater): February 24, 1974
  35. No No Nanette: March 3, 1974 (includes photograph)
  36. Les Menestries: March 23, 1974 (includes photograph)
  37. James Metclaf (Travel film): April 2, 1974
  38. "Twigs": April 8, 1974 (includes photograph)
  39. Peter Nero: April 26, 1974 (includes photograph)
  40. Chaplin Series (Film): September 1974 (includes photograph)
  41. Melba Montgomery: September 14, 1974 (includes photograph)
  42. Bobby Goldsboro: September 14, 1974 (includes photograph)
  43. Guy Lombardo: September 30, 1974 (includes photograph)
  44. Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): October 7, 1974
  45. Preservation Hall Jazz Band: October 12, 1974 (includes photograph)
  46. Polynesia (Dance): October 13, 1974
  47. Barbara Fairchild (Anne Murray): October 26, 1974 (includes photographs)
  48. Sonny James (Canceled): October 26, 1974
  49. "Pippin": October 31, 1974 (includes photograph)
  50. Roger Chorale Wagner: November 3, 1974 (includes photograph)
  51. I love Mexico (Film): November 14, 1974
  52. Anne Murray: November 21, 1974 (includes photograph)
  53. Arthur Fiedler with Winnipeg Symphony: December 3, 1974
  54. Sunshine Boys (Theater): January 1, 1975 (includes photograph and slides)
  55. Up With People: January 13, 1975 (includes photograph)
  56. Pennsylvania Ballet (Dance): January 23, 1975
  57. Jose Ferrer with Winnipeg Symphony: February 6, 1975
  58. "Fiddler on the Roof": February 28, 1975 (includes photograph)
  59. Trails of the Mountain West (Film): March 12, 1975
  60. Roger Williams: April 5, 1975 (includes photograph)
  61. Minnesota Orchestra: April 30, 1975 (includes photograph)
  62. Gordon Macrae: May 8, 1975 (includes photograph)
  63. Anthony Paratore and Joseph: June 30, 1975 (includes photograph)
  64. "Chopin Lives" Robert Guralnik: July 29, 1975
  65. Ray Charles: September 20, 1975 (includes photograph)
  66. Suzuki Children's Orchestra: October 2, 1975 (includes photograph)
  67. Ferrante and Teicher: October 23, 1975
  68. Irene (Musical comedy): October 30, 1975 (includes photograph)
  69. Pilolobus (Dance): November 3, 1975
  70. Johnny Mathis: November 12, 1975 (includes photograph)
  71. Swedish Radio Choir: November 14, 1975
  72. Impressions of Greece (Film): January 14, 1976
  73. Rod McKuen (Canceled): January 23, 1976
  74. Lady Bird Johnson with Winnipeg Symphony: February 5, 1976 (includes photograph)
  75. Miguel Rubio: March 4, 1976
  76. The Letterman: March 19, 1976 (includes photograph)
  77. America's Secret Places (Film) By James Metcalf: March 24, 1976 (includes photograph)
  78. Henry Fonda: March 28, 1976 (includes photograph)

Box 2
Folder

  1. "Grease": April 4, 1976 (includes photograph)
  2. Glenn Yarbrough: April 23, 1976 (includes photograph)
  3. George Carlin: August 25, 1976
  4. Orchesis: April 25, 1976
  5. Victor Borge with Winnipeg Symphony: April 29, 1976 (includes photograph)
  6. Thailand (Film): June 27, 1976
  7. Doc Severinsen: September 11, 1976 (includes photograph)
  8. Roy Radin (Vaudeville Review): September 26, 1976 (includes photograph)
  9. Chinese of Taiwan Acrobats: October 15, 1976 (includes photograph)
  10. Count Orchestra: October 18, 1976 (includes photograph)
  11. Northwest Adventures (Film): October 21, 1976 (includes photograph)
  12. "1776": October 23, 1976 (includes photograph)
  13. Claude Kipnis (Mime): October 29, 1976 (includes photograph)
  14. "A Little Night Music": November 4, 1976 (includes photograph)
  15. Jose Feliciano: November 12, 1976 (includes photograph)
  16. Morocco - Cities, Sun, Sahara (Film): November 29, 1976
  17. Cathy Rigby: December 11, 1976 (includes photograph)
  18. Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): January 9, 1977
  19. Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): January 9, 1977 (includes photograph)
  20. Christopher Parkening: February 11, 1977
  21. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest": February 12, 1977 (includes photograph)
  22. "An Evening with Tevye": February 12, 1977 (includes photograph)
  23. Intimate PDQ Bach: February 20, 1977 (includes photograph)
  24. Ageless India (Film) By Ken Wolfgang: February 24, 1977 (includes photograph)
  25. Merce Cunningham and Dance Company (Dance): March 1, 1977 (includes photograph)
  26. Roger Miller: March 4, 1977 (includes photograph)
  27. America - The Greatness That is Ours (Film) By Neil Douglas: March 7, 1977 (includes photograph)
  28. Winnipeg Symphony: March 9, 1977 (includes photograph)
  29. Eleo Pomare Dance Company (Dance): April 2, 1977
  30. New Zealand (Film): April 6, 1977
  31. "Hamlet ESP": April 7, 1977 (includes photograph)
  32. Bobby Goldsboro: April 15, 1977 (includes photograph)
  33. St. Paul Chamber: April 29, 1977 (includes photograph)
  34. Johnny Cash: June 3, 1977 (includes photograph)
  35. Della Reese: June 28, 1977 (includes photograph)
  36. Maynard Ferguson: August 8, 1977
  37. Vikki Carr: September 17, 1977 (includes photograph)
  38. "Stars of the American Ballet" (Dance): September 20, 1977 (includes photograph and slides)
  39. Ballet Folklorico Mexicano (Dance): September 28, 1977
  40. Jimmy Dean: September 30, 1977 (includes photograph)
  41. Donna Fargo: October 4, 1977 (includes photograph)
  42. Sandler and Young: October 13, 1977 (includes photograph)
  43. US Navy (Band) Sponsored by Music Department: October 19, 1977
  44. Burl Ives: October 20, 1977
  45. George Carlin: October 26, 1977 (includes photograph)
  46. Leon Redbone: November 2, 1977
  47. Mel Tillis: November 11, 1977
  48. Kenny Rogers: November 17, 1977
  49. Carbaret: November 23, 1977
  50. "Dimitri" (Mime): December 4, 1977 (includes photograph)
  51. Buddy Rich: February 10, 1978 (includes photograph)
  52. Cicely Tyson: February 14, 1978 (includes photograph)
  53. Mummenschanz: February 19, 1978 (includes photograph)
  54. The Kendals: February 20, 1978 (includes photograph)
  55. David Brubeck: March 3, 1978 (includes photograph)
  56. Shower of Stars: March 17, 1978 (includes photograph)
  57. Sons of the Pioneers: April 7, 1978
  58. Bob Hope (UND Fieldhouse): April 8, 1978 (includes photograph)
  59. Canadian Brass: April 9, 1978 (includes photograph)
  60. Orson Wells: April 11, 1978 (includes photograph)
  61. Maynard Ferguson: April 28, 1978
  62. Johnny Mann (Canceled): May 3, 1978 (includes photograph)
  63. Doug Oldham and the Family Reunion (United Laymen): May 9, 1978
  64. The Lettermen: May 19, 1978 (includes photograph)
  65. Sergio Mendes: September 9, 1978
  66. National Marionette: September 10-11, 1978 (includes photograph)
  67. Don Williams: September 15, 1978 (includes photograph)
  68. The Amazing Kreskin: September 20, 1978 (includes photograph)
  69. Tammy Wynette: October 12, 1978 (includes photograph)
  70. Kelly Monteith: October 14, 1978 (includes photograph)
  71. "Give'em Hell Harry": October 17, 1978 (includes photograph)
  72. Billy Taylor Trio: October 31, 1978
  73. Les Ballets Trockadero (Dance): November 6-8, 1978
  74. Allen Marks: November 17-19, 1978 (includes photograph)
  75. St. Paul Chamber: November 21, 1978
  76. St. Paul Chamber: November 21, 1978 (includes photograph)
  77. "Taming of the Shrew": December 1, 1978
  78. "Romeo and Juliet": December 2, 1978 (includes photograph)
  79. Oak Ridge Boys: December 3, 1978
  80. Teleford Taylor (Lecture): December 4, 1978

Box 3
Folder

  1. "Illusion Mime": January 25-27, 1979 (includes photograph)
  2. "Tonight Franz Liszt" with Robert Guralnik: February 5, 1979 (includes photograph)
  3. Mel Tillis: March1, 1979 (includes photograph)
  4. Ferrante and Teicher: march 7, 1979 (included photograph)
  5. Luis Rivera and Spanish Dance Company (Dance): April 3, 1979 (includes photograph)
  6. Jeannie C. Riley: April 6, 1979 (includes photograph)
  7. Pat Metheny: April 23, 1979 (includes photograph)
  8. Eddie Rabbitt and Dottie West: May 5, 1979
  9. Dottie West: May 5, 1979
  10. The Lettermen: May 7, 1979 (includes photograph)
  11. Rolf Bjorling: June 10, 1979 (includes photograph)
  12. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: August 1, 1979
  13. Harry Chapin: August 29, 1979
  14. Dan England and John Ford Coley: August 30, 1979 (includes photograph)
  15. Rodney Dangerfield: September 7, 1979 (includes photograph)
  16. Elaine Boosler (Front Ray Charles): September 15, 1979 (includes photograph)
  17. Ray Charles: September 15, 1979
  18. Harold Wilson (Lecture): September 17, 1979
  19. "James Earl Jones as Paul Robeson": September 23, 1979
  20. Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company (Dance): October 4-5, 1979 (includes photograph)
  21. Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers: October 13, 1979 (includes photograph)
  22. Jake Daniels and the Silver Cornet Band: October 19, 1979 (includes photograph)
  23. Buddy Rich: October 25, 1979
  24. Charly McClain and Don Gibson (Canceled): October 31, 1979 (includes photograph)
  25. Floyd Cramer: October 31, 1979 (includes photograph)
  26. Andre Kole's "World of Illusion": November 1, 1979
  27. Memphis Blues Caravan: November 9, 1979
  28. "Nutcracker" By the Atlanta Ballet (Dance): November 27-28, 1979 (includes photograph and slides)
  29. Freddy Fender: December 2, 1979 (includes photograph)
  30. A Christmas Carol (Minnesota Opera): December 5, 1979 (includes photograph)
  31. Andrew Rooney: January 17, 1980
  32. St. Paul Chamber: February 6, 1980 (includes photograph)
  33. St. Mark's Gospel with Michael Tolaydo: February 13, 1980 (includes photograph)
  34. Charly McClain: February 14, 1980 (includes photograph)
  35. New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble: March 5, 1980 (includes photograph)
  36. "Glass Menagerie": March 20-21, 1980 (includes photograph and slides)
  37. Oakridge boys: March 29, 1980
  38. Jim Ed Brown with Helen Cornelius: March 29, 1980 (includes photograph)
  39. Michael Johnson: April 9, 1980
  40. Don Redlich Dance Company (Dance): April 9-11, 1980 (includes photograph )
  41. Tanya Tucker: April 19, 1980 (includes photograph)
  42. The Letterman: April 25, 1980 (includes photograph)
  43. "Magicazam" South Forks Lions: July 31, 1980
  44. Barbara Mandrell: September 5, 1980 (includes photograph)
  45. Kreskin: September 9, 1980
  46. Minnesota Orchestra: September 20, 1980 (includes photograph and slide)
  47. Harry Chapin: September 29, 1980
  48. Margo Smith: October 6, 1980 (includes photograph)
  49. Air Supply presented by Spoke Concerts: October 9, 1980
  50. Campus Crusade for Christ (Lecture) By Josh McDowell: October 16-17, 1980
  51. Chapter Two: October 23, 1980 (includes photograph and slide)
  52. Poco (UND Fieldhouse): November 4, 1980
  53. "Cinderella" By Los Angeles Ballet Company (Dance): November 4-5, 1980 (includes photograph and slide)
  54. "Midsummer Night's Dream" (Guthrie Theater Foundation): December 1, 1980 (includes photograph)
  55. Babes in Toyland: January 11-12, 1981 (includes photograph)
  56. Babes in Toyland: January 11-12, 1981
  57. St. Olaf Band: February 1, 1981
  58. "Big Band Jazz" featuring Rob McConnell and Ian McDougall with Dick King and the Classic Swing Band: February 11, 1981
  59. "The Gin Game": March 14, 1981 (includes photograph)
  60. Cliff Richard: March 17, 1981
  61. UND Writers Conference: March 23-26, 1981
  62. St. Paul Chamber: March 25, 1981
  63. "The Wiz": April 5, 1981
  64. "Sophisticated Ladies" (Canceled): April 14, 1981 (includes photograph and slides)
  65. Helen Reddy: August 22, 1981

Box 4
Folder

  1. Manhatten Transfer: September 1, 1981
  2. Ray Stevens: September 26, 1981 (includes photograph)
  3. Gary Burton Quartet: September 29, 1981 (includes photograph)
  4. Youth Republic of China - Goodwill Mission: September 30, 1981
  5. Norman Luboff Choir: October 17, 1981
  6. "Billy the Kid" (Oakland Ballet): October 20-23, 1981 (included photograph)
  7. Doc Severinson and Xebron: October 25, 1981
  8. New World String Quartet: October 30, 1981 (includes photograph)
  9. Juice Newton: November 8, 1981
  10. "Dino" (pianist): November 10, 1981
  11. Razzy Bailey: November 14, 1981 (includes photograph)
  12. Allan Vogel: November 19, 1981 (includes photograph)
  13. Ronnie McDowell: January 17, 1982 (includes photograph)
  14. Barry Snyder: January 18, 1982 (includes photograph)
  15. Old Creamery: January 25, 1982
  16. Shere Hite (Lecture): January 26, 1982
  17. Charlie McQuire: January 29-30, 1982
  18. Jack Jones: February 12, 1982 (includes photograph)
  19. Don Williams: February 16, 1982 (includes photograph)
  20. Dr. Gerard O'Neil (Lecture) Uspon Lecture Committee: February 24, 1982
  21. Barry Moore Crusade: February 28 - March 7, 1982
  22. Lucy Shelton: March 4, 1982 (includes photograph)
  23. "A Tribute to Duke Ellington" with Kenny Burrell: March 21, 1982 (includes photograph)
  24. "Rainmaker": March 24, 1982 (includes photograph)
  25. Dave Rowland and Sugar: March 27, 1982 (includes photograph)
  26. Steve Allen: April 2, 1982 (includes photograph)
  27. Jim Stafford and Rex Allen Jr.: April 3, 1982
  28. Minnesota Jazz Dance Company: April 21, 1982
  29. Ronnie Milsap: April 26, 1982
  30. N.O.R.M.L.(Lecture): April 29, 1982
  31. Gordon Liddy (Lecture): May 5, 1982
  32. Paul Davis (GF Lioness Club): June 6, 1982
  33. A Chorus Line: June 21, 1982
  34. Annie: August 2-3, 1982 (includes photograph)
  35. Oh! Calcutta (University Programming Council): September 12, 1982
  36. Ella Jenkins (NDAEYC): September 24, 1982
  37. Terri Gibbs (Country): October 2, 1982
  38. B.J. Thomas: October 16, 1982
  39. Lordly and Dame Inc.: October 21, 1982
  40. Roy Clark: November 7, 1982 (includes photograph and records)
  41. Burl, Ives: November 9, 1982 (includes photograph)
  42. A Christmas Carol Broadway Marionettes: November 22, 1982 (includes photograph)
  43. The Vienna Choir Boys: November 29, 1982 (includes photograph and slides)
  44. "Barber of Seville" Midwest Opera Company: December 1, 1982
  45. Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): January 15, 1983 (includes photograph)
  46. South Pacific (Theatre Arts Centennial): January 19-22, 1983
  47. David Frizzell and Shelly West: January 28, 1983 (includes photograph)
  48. Mickey Gilley and the Urban Cowboy Band: February 2, 1983 (includes photograph)
  49. Jerry Mathers (Lecture): February 14, 1983
  50. "Barnum": April 7, 1983 (includes photograph and slide)
  51. Pointer Sisters: April 11, 1983
  52. Red Skelton: April 16, 1983 (includes photograph)
  53. River City Rodeo (Grand Forks Convention V.B. and UND Athletic): April 22- 24, 1983
  54. Sammy Hagar: April 26, 1983
  55. Conway Twitty: April 29, 1983 (includes photograph)

Box 5
Folder

  1. Ricky Skaggs and Riders in the Sky: May 11, 1983
  2. Thunderbird Theatre: June 11, 1983
  3. Amazing Kreskin: June 23, 1983
  4. Roger Whittaker: September 6, 1983
  5. Johnny Lee: September 17, 1983 (includes photograph)
  6. Hunter Thompson: September 21, 1983
  7. Little River Band: September 26, 1983 (includes photograph)
  8. Madame Butterfly: October 4, 1983 (includes photograph)
  9. Best Little Whorehouse: October 5, 1983 (includes photograph)
  10. The Tubes: October 7, 1983
  11. Jerry Reed: October 30, 1983 (includes photograph and slide)
  12. Nutcracker by Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): November 18-19, 1983
  13. Nutcracker by Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): November 18-19, 1983 (includes photograph)
  14. Waylon Jennings: November 23, 1983
  15. Minnesota Orchestra: February 18, 1984 (includes photograph)
  16. T.G. Sheppard: February 25, 1984 (includes photograph)
  17. B.B. King: April 4, 1984
  18. Tammy Wynette: April 28, 1984 (includes photograph)
  19. Ed Bruce - KYCK (Canceled): June 22, 1984
  20. Janie Fricke: June 28, 1984
  21. Hank Williams/Eddy Raven: July 2, 1984 (includes photograph)
  22. Victor Borge: May 1, 1984 (includes photograph and slide)
  23. Wayne Newton: August 17, 1984 (includes slides)
  24. The Glenn Miller Orchestra: September 18, 1984 (includes photograph)
  25. Happy Together Tour: October 1, 1984 (includes photograph)
  26. Louise Mandrell: October 7, 1984 (includes photograph)
  27. “Meanwhile Back at Cinderella’s”(Midwest Opera Publicity): October 20, 1984 (includes photograph)
  28. La Boheme - Midwest Opera: October 20, 1984 (includes photograph and slide)
  29. Gigi: October 22, 1984 (includes photograph)
  30. Eddie Rabbitt: October 28, 1984
  31. Roy Clark and Grand Forks Symphony: November 11, 1984 (includes photograph)
  32. Chuck Mangione: November 16, 1984 (includes photograph)
  33. George Carlin in Concert: December 8, 1984
  34. Evita - CAMI: December 13, 1984
  35. Lee Greenwood: January 28, 1985 (includes photograph)
  36. Dracula: February 1, 1985 (includes photograph)
  37. Boxcar Willie: March 3, 1985
  38. Norman Mailer (Lecture): March 21, 1985
  39. Ronnie Milsap/Bandana: March 22, 1985 (includes photograph)
  40. Rich Little: March 28, 1985

Box 6
Folder

  1. Laleche League: April 3, 1985
  2. River City Rodeo: April 12, 1985
  3. Giselle by Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): April 13-14, 1985
  4. Giselle by Royal Winnipeg Ballet (Dance): April 13-14, 1985 (includes photograph and slide)
  5. Happy Together Tour ?85 (Stardate/Plains): June 24, 1985
  6. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: July 9, 1985 (includes photograph)
  7. Lynn Anderson: September 27,1985 (includes photograph)
  8. Cyrano: October 1, 1985 (includes photograph)
  9. Ray Orbison: October 4, 1985 (includes photograph)
  10. Judds: October 7, 1985 (includes photograph)
  11. Klezmorim: October 18, 1985 (includes photograph)
  12. Charley Pride: October 21, 1985 (includes photograph)
  13. Ricky Skaggs: October 29, 1985
  14. Houston Symphony Orchestra: November 6, 1985 (includes photograph)
  15. Crystal Gayle: November 17, 1985 (includes photograph and slide)
  16. Michel Legrand (Variety Series): November 19, 1985
  17. Nutcracker (DesMoines Ballet): December 10, 1985
  18. Crimestoppers - 60s Review: January 5, 1986
  19. Gary Morris: February 7, 1986
  20. The Lettermen: February 9, 1986
  21. Carlos Montoya: February 22, 1986 (includes photograph)
  22. “Noises Off” Starring Noel Harrison: March 14, 1986 (includes photograph)
  23. Kuchipudi (UND Music Department): March 18, 1986
  24. Royal Winnipeg Ballet: Mach 19, 1986 (includes photograph and slide)
  25. “Brigadoon” (Theater): April 18, 1986 (includes photograph)
  26. Mickey Gilley and the Urban Cowboy Band: April 19, 1986
  27. Limited Warranty: August 21, 1986
  28. Canadian Brass: April 22, 1986 (includes photograph)
  29. Myron Floren Show: April 29, 1986
  30. Hubbard Street Dance Company: May 8, 1986
  31. Hubbard Street Dance Company: May 8, 1986
  32. Bobby Vee: May 19, 1986
  33. George Carlin: June 8,1986
  34. George Carlin: June 8,1986 (includes photograph)
  35. Boxcar Willie: June 29, 1986
  36. Boxcar Willie and the Back Behind the Barn Boys: June 29, 1986
  37. Everly Brothers: July 6, 1986 (includes photograph)
  38. George Jones: July 13, 1986

Box 7
Folder

  1. Morris and Seals: September 7, 1986
  2. Air Supply: September 9, 1986
  3. Jets: September 12, 1986
  4. Lady Liberty: September 15, 1986
  5. Roy Orbison (Valley Promoters, Inc.): October 4, 1986
  6. American Ballet Company: October 13, 1986 (includes photograph)
  7. Farrell and Farrell: October 15, 1986
  8. Johnny Cash: October 24, 1986 (includes photograph)
  9. George Winston: October 29, 1986
  10. St. Paul Chamber Orchestra: November 4, 1986
  11. Loretta Lynn: November 16, 1986 (includes photograph)
  12. Christmas Carol: November 19, 1986 (includes photograph)
  13. Anne Murray: November 22, 1986
  14. Roger Wagner Corale: December 19, 1986
  15. The Oak Ridge Boys: January 8, 1987 (includes photograph)
  16. Torvill and Dean: January 11, 1987 (includes photograph)
  17. Marcel Marceau: February 7, 1987 (includes photograph)
  18. Larry Gatlin: February 8, 1987
  19. Reba McEntire: February 15, 1987 (includes photograph)
  20. Royal Winnipeg Ballet: February 27, 1987 (includes photograph and slide)
  21. Boxing Inc.: March 28, 1987 (includes photograph)
  22. Can-Can: April 9, 1987 (includes photograph)
  23. Fred Penner: April 10, 1987
  24. John Schneider: April 11, 1987 (includes photograph)
  25. Eddy Arnold: April 27-28, 1987 (includes photograph)
  26. Eddie Money: May 5, 1987 (includes photograph)
  27. Neil Sedaka: May 8, 1987 (includes photograph)
  28. The Statler Brothers: May 16, 1987
  29. Sesame Street Live: May 23, 1987
  30. Sesame Street Live: May 23, 1987 (includes photograph)
  31. Ray Price: May 27, 1987 (includes photograph)
  32. Corey Hart: June 23, 11987
  33. The Gene Pitney Show: June 23, 1987 (includes photograph)
  34. John Conlee: July 30, 1987 (includes photograph)
  35. Emmylou Harris and the Hot Band: August 16, 1987 (includes photograph)
  36. SOS Leader Orientation: August 20, 1987
  37. Forester Sisters/South Pacific: September 3, 1987
  38. Jerry Seinfeld (Canceled): September 8, 1987 (includes photograph)
  39. Rainmakers: September 16, 1987
  40. Willie Nelson: September 27, 1987 (includes poster)

Box 8
Folder

  1. Stars on Ice: October 10, 1987 (includes photograph)
  2. Night Ranger: October 15, 1987
  3. Mantovani Orchestra: October 16, 1987 (includes photograph)
  4. San Francisco Western Opera Theatre: October 22, 1987 (includes photograph and slide)
  5. The Smothers Brothers: October 23, 1987 (includes photograph)
  6. Degarmo and Key: October 26, 1987
  7. Dave Brubeck: November 2, 1987 (includes photograph)
  8. Red Skelton: November 3, 1987 (includes photograph)
  9. Famous People Players: November 9, 1987 (includes photograph)
  10. Merle Haggard: November 12, 1987 (includes photograph)
  11. David Meece: November 15-18, 1987
  12. Sons of the Pioneers: November 16, 1987 (includes photograph)
  13. The Canadian Brass: November 30, 1987 (includes photograph and slide)
  14. Singin’ In the Rain: December 15, 1987 (includes photograph)
  15. Little Women: January 13, 1988 (includes photograph)
  16. Northern Sinfonia Orchestra: February 1, 1988 (includes photograph)
  17. Alvin Ailey Repertory: February 14, 1988 (includes photograph)
  18. Moments to Cherish Style Show: March 6, 1988
  19. The King and I: March 25, 1988 (includes photograph)
  20. Roger Miller: March 27, 1988 (includes photograph)
  21. Fabulous Fours: April 5, 1988 (includes photograph)
  22. Hansel and Gretel: April 8, 1988 (includes photograph and slide)
  23. Chicago City Ballet: April 8-9, 1988 (includes photograph)
  24. Stars of Lawrence Welk: April 11, 1988 (includes photograph)
  25. Fred Penner: May 2, 1988
  26. Jay Leno: May 9, 1988
  27. Don Williams: May 10, 1988 (includes photograph)
  28. Lipizzan Stallions: July 2-4, 1988
  29. Evita: August 2, 1988
  30. Shriners: August 12, 1988
  31. Richard Marx and Jon Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band: August 14, 1988 (includes photograph)
  32. The Manhatten Transfers: August 30, 1988
  33. Sha-Na-Na: September 10, 1988 (includes photograph)
  34. Mel Tillis: September 13, 1988 (includes photograph)
  35. Mike Warnke: September 16, 1988 (includes photograph)
  36. Pump Boys and Dinettes: September 21, 1988 (includes photograph)
  37. The Oak Ridge Boys: October 2, 1988 (includes photograph)
  38. Stryper: October 7, 1988
  39. CATS - invoices: October 11, 1988
  40. Ricky Van Shelton: October 24, 1988 (includes photograph)

Box 9
Folder

  1. David Copperfield: November 5, 1988 (includes photograph and slide)
  2. Restless Heart: November 20, 1988 (includes photograph)
  3. Robert Palmer: November 25, 1988
  4. Two African Tales (Children’s Theatre Company): December 5, 1988
  5. Sesame Street Live: December 28-29, 1988 (includes photograph)
  6. Montreal Symphony Orchestra: January 20, 1989 (includes photograph)
  7. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts: January 31, 1989
  8. Joseph Holmes Dance Company: February 16, 1989 (includes photograph)
  9. Gershman by Request: March 9, 1989
  10. Desert Rose Band/Sweethearts of the Rodeo: March 18, 1989 (includes photograph)
  11. The Mystery of Edwin Drood: March 19, 1989 (includes photograph)
  12. .38 Special (Canceled): April 10, 1989
  13. Ronnie Milsap: April 14, 1989 (includes photograph)
  14. Janie Fricke: April 15, 1989
  15. My One and Only: April 20, 1989 (includes photograph)
  16. Royal Winnipeg Ballet: April 21, 1989 (includes photograph)
  17. Metallica: June 18, 1989
  18. Cinderella: July 13, 1989
  19. Cinderella: July 13, 1989
  20. “An Evening of California Dreamin’”: July 31, 1989
  21. George Thorogood: August 21, 1989
  22. Willie Nelson: September 17, 1989 (includes photograph)
  23. Phyllis Diller: September 28, 1989 (includes photograph)
  24. Raggedy Ann and Andy (Children’s Theatre Company): October 8, 1989 (includes photograph and slide)
  25. Raggedy Ann and Andy: October 8, 1989
  26. Statler Brothers: October 12, 1989 (includes photograph and slide)
  27. Michael W. Smith: October 22, 1989
  28. Dave Hodges: October 23, 1989
  29. Reba McEntire: October 28, 1989
  30. “Oliver” (Community Theatre): November 3-5, 1989
  31. The Nylons: November 7, 1989
  32. Sesame Street: November 8-9, 1989
  33. Sesame Street: November 8-9, 1989
  34. Mame: November 12, 1989 (includes photograph and slide)
  35. Liz Story: November 14, 1989
  36. The Nutcracker (Oakland Ballet): November 17-18, 1989
  37. The Nutcracker (Oakland Ballet): November 17-18, 1989 (includes photograph and slide)
  38. The Nutcracker (Oakland Ballet): November 17-18, 1989 (includes photograph)

Box 10
Folder

  1. Ricky Skaggs: December 8, 1989 (includes photograph)
  2. Romeo and Juliet (Hartford Ballet): March 26, 1990
  3. Romeo and Juliet (Hartford Ballet): March 26, 1990 (includes photograph)
  4. Anna of Green Gables (Royal Winnipeg Ballet): October 26, 1990
  5. Anna of Green Gables (Royal Winnipeg Ballet): October 26, 1990 (includes photograph and slide)
  6. Sawyer Brown: October 21, 1991 (includes photograph)
  7. Oklahoma: April 21, 1994 (includes photograph)
  8. Waicipi: April 8-9, 1995
  9. Chorus Line: April 3, 1998 (includes photograph and computer disk)

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