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Name Norton Hall Fountain

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Image of The Roosevelts -

The Roosevelts -

The Roosevelts File includes: Alfreda Locke Irwin, Memo concerning Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's visits to Chautauqua Eleanor Roosevelt at Chautauqua Eleanor Roosevelt: Her Relationship with Chautauqua News Articles Copies of newspaper clippings about Eleanor Roosevelt Copy of luncheon menu in honor of Eleanor Roosevelt Franklin Delano Roosevelt NYS Centennial Commission materials Tentative Itinerary for Trip of the President, 1936 Copies of Telegrams, 1936 Letter, 1936 Copy of White House Usher's Log for FDR trips 1935, 1936 Letter, March 4, 1998 concerning FDR's 1936 Address Copy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt Address at Chautauqua, 1936 Photocopy of photograph of Arthur E. Bestor

Image of Norton Hall Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall Fountain. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing Norton Hall and the fountain by Fred Torrey. Notation on back: To quote from a letter of M.H. Norton- "concerning the bronze it was done by Fred Torrey, the man who did the sculptural work on the front of the building, + his wife Mabel Torrey designed the fountain. M ----- it was moved to its present location in front of Post Office. Mr. Torrey -Fred Torrey A clipping is also attached that seems to be irrelevant, it reads: The Chautauqua Opera Association was founded in 1929. The first production was "Martha" in Norton Hall. The original opera company principals and director. Of the Chautauqua Association. Taken i

Image of Norton Hall Frontal View - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Frontal View - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Frontal View. 1929. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing an early photo of Norton Hall's facade. Lighting and shrubbery are not present, but the fountain is. Notation on back: Norton Hall photo by Harold Wagner, institution photographer,1929-

Image of Norton Hall Frontal View with Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Frontal View with Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Frontal View with Fountain. 1929. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing the north corner of Norton Hall with fountain. Lighting and shrubbery are not present.

Image of Norton Hall with Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall with Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall with Fountain. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 5 x 7" showing a partial view of Norton Hall with fountain. Facing north, trees and a home are in the background. Two unidentified women are walking along the brick path. The home in focus, otherwise known as the Pansy House, belongs to Rev. G.R. and Mrs. Alden. Notation on back: Home of Rev. G.R. + Mrs. Alden known as the "Pansy" House. Norton Hall at the left with fountain.

Image of Norton Hall East Corner at Night - Unknown

Norton Hall East Corner at Night - Unknown

Norton Hall East Corner at Night. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 7 1/4 x 9½" showing the east corner of Norton Hall. The fountain and building have spotlights. Taken in the evening. Notation on back: Norton Memorial Hall Built 1929

Image of Norton Hall with Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall with Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall with Fountain. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing Norton Hall. The engraving reads: Norton Memorial Hall Dedicated to Music Literature Drama. The details of all reliefs can be seen clearly. The fountain is in the foreground. There are wood supports (possibly clamps) to the left of the structure. The center depicts a young boy and girl playing with a large fish. Notation on back reads: Finest Music Auditorium in the East Dedicated at Chautauqua. Norton Memorial Hall, built of monolithic concrete, a unique experiment in the East, at a cost of more than $200,000 was officially opened with a concert directed by Albert Stoessel, Conductor of the Oratorio Society of

Image of Norton Hall Facade with Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall Facade with Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall Facade with Fountain. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 5 x 7" with facade of Norton Hall shown. Shrubbery surrounds the building. The fountain is present. Notation on back reads: Norton Hall - Before fountain was moved to Post Office.

Image of Norton Hall Exterior - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Exterior - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Exterior. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 5 x 7" showing a frontal view of Norton Hall. Globe lighting can be seen to the left of the photo. Shrubbery around building is not present. The fountain is in the right foreground. Notation on back reads: Structure: Norton Memorial Hall Location: Chautauqua N.Y. Built: 1928 -29 Description: Monolithic concrete Walls Photo by: Copy. Sent to us through Fenton Historical Center from New Orleans, La. March 1982 Public Library

Image of Norton Hall with Julliard Artists - Unknown

Norton Hall with Julliard Artists - Unknown

Norton Hall with Julliard Artists. 1929-1931. B&W print photo, 8 x 10", showing Julliard Artists sitting in front of the fountain at Norton Hall. Left to right: ?, Mary Akins, Robert Crawford, Warren Lee Terry, Marion Selee, ? Notation on back: Julliard Artists. Chautauqua Opera Assoc./ Warren Lee Terry Left to right/ 1. / 2. Mary Akins - 1929-1931/ 3. Robert Crawford - 1929-1932/ 4. Warren Lee Terry - 1929-1942/ 5. Marion Selee - 1929-1933/ 6.

Image of Norton Hall Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Fountain. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing four women by the fountain in front of Norton Hall. Left to right: Alma Milstead, Irina Weiskup, Josephine Antoine, and Georgina Frost. Notation on back: Gift of Mrs. Shelburne. Alma Milstead/ Irina Weiskup?/ Josephine Antoine/ Georgina Frost

Image of Judson House and Albert Stoessel - Unknown

Judson House and Albert Stoessel - Unknown

Judson House and Albert Stoessel. 1929-1946. B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing Judson House (left) and Albert Stoessel (right) standing in front of Norton Hall. Notation on back: Norton Hall. Judson House sang [?] 1st opera -1929/ Stoessel/ Martha

Image of Chautauqua Opera Association - Unknown

Chautauqua Opera Association - Unknown

Chautauqua Opera Association. 1929. B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing members of the Chautauqua Opera Association in front of Norton Hall. Notation on back: Chautauqua Opera Association/ left to right/ 1. Judson House - 1929/ 2. Robert Crawford - 1929-1932/ 3. Milo Miloradovitch - 1929, 1931/ 4. Joan (Brownie) Peebles - 1929-1937, 1939-1942/ 5. Rose Bampton - 1929, 1930/ 6. Warren Lee Terry/ 7. Marion Selee - 1929-1933/ 8. Robert Holmgren - 1929-1931/ 9. Mary Akins - 1929-1931/ 10. Albert Stoessel - 1929-1931, 1933-1935, 1937, 1940, 1942/ 11. Alfredo Valenti - 1931-1958

Image of Norton Hall Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall Fountain - Unknown

Norton Hall Fountain. 1945? B&W print photo, 7 5/16 x 9 1/2" showing two boys playing in Norton Hall Fountain. Notation on back: Fountain at Norton Hall, before removal to plaza. Fountain. Moved to Post Office. Chautauqua. 1945?

Image of Norton Hall Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Fountain - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Fountain. 1929-1945. B&W print photo, 7 1/2 x 9 5/8" showing detail of the fountain. Image is autographed by Harold Wagner, photographer. Notation on back: Fountain, Norton Memorial Hall. Chautauqua on Chautauqua Lake. Return to Rebecca Richmond, 71 Dunwoodie St., Yonkers, NY.

Image of Post Office & Fountain - William I. Siegfried

Post Office & Fountain - William I. Siegfried

Post Office & Fountain. 1950s?. B&W print photo, 3 3/4 x 4 11/16" showing Chautauqua Post Office with the fountain recently removed from Norton Hall. William I. Siegfried, photographer. Notation on back: Fountain in front of P.O. Building originally located in front of Norton Hall, 1946. Photograph by William I. Siegfried, Jamestown, N.Y.

Image of Chautauqua Post Office - Unknown

Chautauqua Post Office - Unknown

Chautauqua Post Office. 1942-1970. B&W print photo, 4 1/2 x 7 3/4" showing post office with fountain from Norton Hall. Image includes a few people, including a woman and baby carriage near the fountain. Notation on back: Post Office. Fountain moved from Norton Hall to P.O. 1942.

Image of Post Office & Fountain - Unknown

Post Office & Fountain - Unknown

Post Office & Fountain. 1992. Color print photo, 5 x 7 1/2" showing Chautauqua Post Office and fountain. The elevator is visible behind the fountain. August, 1992. Notation on back: Chautauqua Post Office. Elevator-Aug. 1992.

Image of "Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office." 2000. Color print photo, 4 x 6" showing Jane Currie (left) presenting picture of Chautauqua Lake to Postmaster Marie Couchman in connection with Chautauqua Post Office's receiving "Great American Post Office" distinction from U.S. Postal Service. Looking on is Nicholas a. Frabozzi, District Manager, Western New York. At far right stands John Sorenson, Federal Preservation Officer for U.S. Postal Service. Lynn Stinson, photographer.

Image of "Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office." 2000. Color print photo, 4 x 6" showing Postmaster Marie Couchman accepting "Great American Post Office" award from John Sorenson, Federal Preservation Officer, U.S. Postal Service. Lynn Stinson, photographer. Notation on back: Postmaster Marie Couchman receiving "Great American Post Office" distinction from Smithsonian.