Dramatic Arts Building
"Soon came the addition of courses in Portuguese, geography, and public administration, a new history course(Organization of the Post-War World), and a course in German for Translators, Censors, and Short-Wave Radio Listeners" (Douglass 42).
"In 1923 esthetic dancing, or 'flit,' meant the classical ballet, without toe dancing, with a little less drama and some added Isadora Duncan influence in the interpretation of classical music and the use of scarves to create a pattern of movement" (Douglass 16).
“Two undertakings for some time under consideration and to be launched next fall may perhaps be mentioned, the French House and the Nursery School for the study of the pre-school child” (Douglass 39).
"On Douglass Campus also is the Dramatic Arts Building, more familiarly known as the Little Theatre" (Douglass 29).

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